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Ferguson pitches, hits Leopards past 'Roaders

March 29, 2012
  • Chelsea Myers, seated, a senior at Williamsport, signed a letter-of-intent to play soccer at Davis & Elkins, a Division II school in the West Virginia Conference. Behind Myers, from left to right: Williamsport coach Shaw, Hagerstown Freedom club coach Rick Aleshire, father Tom Myers, mother Anita Myers and Williamsport coach Jennie Finafrock.
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Thursday, March 29, 2012

PREP SOFTBALL

SMITHSBURG — Cara Ferguson pitched a two-hitter to lead Smithsburg to a six-inning 11-1 victory over Brunswick (2-2, 1-1) in the MVAL Antietam on Thursday.

Ferguson helped her own cause with four hits, including a two-run home run that capped an eight-run sixth for the Leopards (4-0, 2-0). Brooke Parks had two hits and two RBIs, Shayla Murray had two RBIs and Krystal Holl added two hits.

Brunswick    001    000    —    1    2    5
Smithsburg    030    008    —    11    9    1
Laing and Beachley. Ferguson and Shifflett. WP — Ferguson (4-0). LP — Laing. HR — S: Ferguson (6th, one on).

Hancock 14, MSD 4

HANCOCK — Haley Demory hit a grand slam in the Panthers’ five-run fourth inning as Hancock pulled away in a five-inning rout of Maryland School for the Deaf (1-4).

Demory finished with two hits and five RBIs, while Jess Martin had three hits and four RBIs for the Panthers (2-1). Tatum True had four hits, Emily Harvey had three hits and Tiffany Younker struck out seven in 3 2/3 innings to earn the win in relief.

MSD    210    01    —    4    2    2
Hancock    231    53    —    14    14    3
Polzm and Pinder. Harvey, Younker (2) and Martin. WP — Younker (1-0). LP — Polzm. HR — H: Demory (4th, three on).

Greencastle 5, Shippensburg 4

SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. — Michaela Ensminger plated the winning run in the 10th inning on a throwing error by the Shippensburg shortstop to give Greencastle-Antrim the victory

Casey German had three hits, Rachel Kline and Tiffany Briggs had two hits each and Mary Ward scored three runs for the Blue Devils (2-0).

Greencastle    100    011    100    1    —    5    9    2
Shippensburg    000    001    300    0    —    4    10    2
Wink and German. Kane and Kelley. WP — Wink (2-0). LP — Kane.

Fannett-Metal 10-17, Southern Fulton 5-0

WARFORDSBURG, Pa. — Marley Elbin had two hits for Southern Fulton (1-3) in the first game of a doubleheader against Fannett-Metal, which swept the two contests. Kelsey White added a double.

Game 1
Fannett-Metal    100    051    3    —    10    6    1
Southern Fulton    001    013    0    —    5    5    1
Rhodes and Fields. Elbin and Deneen. WP — Rhodes. LP — Elbin (1-2).
Game 2
Fannett-Metal    539    —    17    7    0
Southern Fulton    000    —    0    0    2
Lauthers and Fields. Elbin, Spade (1), Elbin (3) and Deneen. WP — Lauthers. LP — Elbin (1-3).

Mercersburg Academy 14, Martinsburg 0

MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Sydney Reath tossed a one-hitter with seven strikeouts to lead Mercersburg Academy to a five-inning shutout of Martinsburg.

Reath also had three hits, including a triple, and four RBIs, Abby Hopple had three hits and three RBIs, Shelby Smith had two hits and two RBIs and Bridgette Cranston added two hits and an RBI for the Blue Storm (2-1).

Martinsburg    000    00    —    0    1    2
Mercersburg    423    5x    —    14    14    2
Foxy. Reath and Richardson. WP — Reath (2-1). LP — Foxy.

Berkeley Springs 14, Martinsburg 3

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Berkeley Springs erupted for 16 hits in a victory over Martinsburg on Wednesday.

Skylar Kroschinsky had four hits and two RBIs and Taylor Stull had three hits, including a triple, and five RBIs to lead the Indians (3-4). Dallis Bishop, Brittney Stotler and winning pitcher Natalie Redick each had two hits and an RBI in the victory.

Berk. Springs    234    100    4    —    14    16    3
Martinsburg    110    010    0    —    3    5    1
Redick and Kroschinsky. Holmes and Dodds. WP — Redick (3-3). LP — Holmes.



PREP BASEBALL

Saint James 15, MSD 0

ST. JAMES — Ben Holland threw a two-hitter with 10 strikeouts and Saint James plated nine runs in the fourth inning and shut out Maryland School for the Deaf in five innings.

Garrett Blank, Bobby Leatherman and Ryan Abbott had two hits each for the Saints (2-5), who had 11 hits.

MSD    000    00    —    0    2    5
Saint James    060    9x    —    15    11    1
Gore and Grindstaft. Holland and Blank. WP — Holland (1-1). LP — Gore.

Central Dauphin 3, Chambersburg 2

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Adam Herrold hit a two-out RBI triple in the top of the eighth inning to lead Central Dauphin past Chambersburg.

Logan Stonesifer had two hits and an RBI for the Trojans (0-3).

Central Dauphin    010    100    01    —    3    6    1
Chambersburg    002    000    00    —    2    4    3
Tessitore and Miller. Bowers and Graham. WP — Tessitore. LP — Bowers (0-1).

Southern Fulton 12-14, Fannett-Metal 2-3

WARFORDSBURG, Pa. — Southern Fulton put up plenty of runs to sweep a pair of games against Fannett-Metal.

The Indians (4-0) closed out the first game with four runs in the sixth. Zane Baker and Braydon Litton each had two hits.

In the second game, Southern Fulton scored seven runs in the third inning. Tristan Douglas homered and had three hits and three RBIs. Jake Fitz also had three hits.



GIRLS LACROSSE

Tuscarora 11, North Hagerstown 5

FREDERICK, Md. — The Hubs suffered their first loss of the season to the Titans.

Kayla Peterson had three goals and Maddie Palkovicz finished with four assists for North (2-1). Leah Peterson and Anna Compton each scored a goal and Emma Moss made 14 saves.

Frederick 16, Boonsboro 5

BOONSBORO — Tori Poffenberger scored two goals for the Warriors in a loss to the Cadets.

Courtney Ridenour, Alex Green and Claudia Jenkins each added a goal, Kiana Miller and Natalii Pitts each had an assist and Naeve Windsor made 14 saves for Boonsboro.

Saint James 13, Mercersburg Academy 10

ST. JAMES — Lena Tilsworth scored four goals to lead Saint James past Mercersburg Academy.

Margaret Bacon and Madison Fahey each had three goals and an assist, Grace Fulton had two goals and an assist, Kerri Kline had a goal and Maddie Guillard added an assist for the Saints (2-0).

Maddy Shearer and Jordan Shihadeh each scored three goals and Meredith Wallace had two goals and two assists for the Blue Storm (2-2). Gabby Cuzzola and Shelley LaMotte each scored a goal, while Amanda Hollick, Alyson Kinney, Hanna Warfield and Phoebe Moore each added an assist.



BOYS LACROSSE

St. John’s Catholic 10, Saint James 9

FREDERICK, Md. — Jake Thompson and Ben Louderback each had two goals and an assist for Saint James in an overtime loss to St. John’s Catholic Prep.

Leighton Younger and Max Brady each had a goal and two assists for the Saints (0-2), while Connor Abeles had a goal and an assist, Justin Pank and John Stephens each had a goal and Will Smith made 13 saves in the loss.



BOYS TENNIS

North Hagerstown 5, South Hagerstown 0

Singles — 1. Max Ober (NH) d. Kevin Henson, 6-1, 6-2; 2. Drew Brady (NH) d. Timmy Winston, 6-1, 6-4.

Doubles — 1. Ross Eastman/Nik Grahn (NH) d. George Canova/Andrew Rose, 7-6 (0), 6-1; 2. Caleb Lyle/Clay Smith (NH) d. Justin Miller/Hunter Gift, 6-0, 6-1; 3. Conner Troxell/Teddy Beachley (NH) d. Eric Sprecher/Vincent Hael, 6-0, 6-0.

Records: North 3-0, 2-0; South 1-3, 1-1.

Clear Spring 5, Williamsport 0

at CLEAR SPRING

Singles — 1. Zac O’Neal (CS) d. Anthony Adams, 6-4, 6-2; 2. Corey McClure (CS) d. Stephen Flesner, 6-4, 6-2.

Doubles —1 . Andrew Shupp/Scott Hovermale (CS) d. Ryan Corgard/Kyle Marshall, 5-7, 7-5, 6-3; 2. Corey Caudell/Levi Bucher (CS) d. Stephan Longnecker/Matt Stemper, 6-2, 6-3. 3. Nick Brandt/Zach Robertson (CS) d. Sheldon Cressland/Jeremy White, 6-4, 6-2.

Records: Clear Spring 3-0, 2-0; Williamsport 1-2, 1-1.

Saint James 5, St. Maria Goretti 1

at ST. JAMES

Singles — 1. Boudi El Gohary (SJ) d. Aaron Hawk, 10-3; 2. Emmett Orfan (SJ) d. Aaron Snook, 10-5; 3. Hussein Faridi (SJ) d. Rodrigo Reyna, 10-5; 4. Chester Collins (SJ) d. Mateo Pelja, 10-6.

Doubles — 1. Simon Wroblewski/Bryce Reeder (G) d. James Chang/Thomas Rocca, 11-10 (1); 2. Jeff Lee/Daniel Pike (SJ) d. Ozair Waseem/Pelja, 10-4.

Records: Saint James 1-1; Goretti 3-2.

Boonsboro 4, Catoctin 1

Wednesday at THURMONT, Md.

Singles — 1. Aleshin-Guendel (B) d. Reuben Scalese, 6-0, 6-1; 2. San Swanson (C) d. Zack El-Mohandes, 6-2, 7-6 (2).

Doubles — 1. Nathan Weirich/David Heim (B) d. Stephen Swanson/Will Dower, 6-2, 6-0; 2. Chase Remsburg/Sam D’Alauro (B) d. Colin Hertel/Aaron Scalese, 6-2, 6-3; 3. Rami Yanes/Steven Kurapaty (B) d. Tye Russell/Mikel Wildasin, 6-2, 6-2.

Records: Boonsboro 1-3, 1-1; Catoctin 0-3, 0-2.

Jefferson 7, Hampshire 0

at SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va.

Singles  — 1. Kyle Polczynski (J) d. Bradley Hudson, 9-7;  2. Devin Forman (J) d. Adam Rison, 8-0; 3. Issiah Washington (J) d. Seth Moomaw, 8-4;  4. Issac Washington (J) d. Josh Vickery, 8-4.

Doubles — 1. Polcyznski/Forman (J) d. Rison/Moomaw, 8-2; 2. Washington/Washington (J) d. Hudson/Vicery, 8-5; 3. Carlos Nathan/Tyler Offutt (J) d. Lucus Orndorff/Austin Anderson, 8-1.

Record: Jefferson 5-1.



GIRLS TENNIS

North Hagerstown 4, South Hagerstown 1

Singles — 1. Mollie Johnson (NH) d. Maddy Niang, 6-3, 6-0; 2. Alisha Adkins (SH) d. Rachel Greenwald, 6-3, 6-4.

Doubles — 1. Sam Roberts/Kelli Wright (NH) d. Lisa Shuler/Jessica Madden, 6-0, 6-0; 2. Emily Irwin/Ashleigh McCoy (NH) d. Carissa Funk/Cindy Poling, 6-0, 6-0; 3. Morgan Wilcox/Tiffani Ross (NH) d. Grace Porter/Nicole Goodnough, 6-2, 6-1.

Records: North 3-1, 3-0; South 0-4, 0-2.

Clear Spring 5, Williamsport 0

at CLEAR SPRING

Singles — 1. Miranda Kearney (CS) d. Sam Kelly, 6-1, 6-4; 2. Miranda Speak (CS) d. Jordan Shoemaker, 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles — 1. Jess Barnhart/Jamie Humbertson (CS) d. Jess Mies/Casee Cornett, 6-1, 6-1; 2. Domonique Forsman/Samantha Michael (CS) d. Cheyenne Moore/Joeeci Albertson, 6-0, 6-1; 3. Abby Pinkham/Zoie O’Neal (CS) d. Rebecca Russo/Mandy Saum, 6-3, 6-1.

Records: Clear Spring 3-0, 2-0; Williamsport 1-3, 1-2.

Saint James 6, St. Maria Goretti 0

at ST. JAMES

Singles — 1. Sara Worth Hodges (SJ) d. Ashley Robinson, 10-5; 2. Rose Chiumento (SJ) d. Laura Winalski, 10-4; 3. Sarah De Witt (SJ) d. Annie Cochran, 10-4; 4. Candace Yang (SJ) d. Kristen Downing, 10-4.

Doubles — Siddiqui/Faridi (SJ) d. Salgado/Clopper, 10-6; 2. Beckett/McKelvey (SJ) d. Sullivan/Downing, 10-3.

Records: Saint James 1-0; Goretti 2-3.

Boonsboro 3, Catoctin 2

Wednesday at THURMONT, Md.

Singles — 1. Hannah Froelich (B) d. Julia Steinly, 6-3, 6-2; 2. Amanda Kerr (B) d. Bridey Puvel, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3.

Doubles — 1. Ashlyn Hawbaker/Sarah Colgan (B) d. Tori Coddington/Audrey Lindahl, 6-0, 6-0; 2. Wenmoth/Ally DeLauter (C) d. Poling/Shinoda, 6-1, 6-1; 3. Kylie Raubaugh/Tyra Watkins (C) d. Megan Humphrey/Dana Getka, 6-2, 6-2.

Records: Boonsboro 2-2, 1-1; Catoctin 1-2, 0-2.

Jefferson 6, Hampshire 1

at SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va.

Singles — 1. Brooke Davis (H) d. India Watson, 8-3; 2. Maggie VanVliet (J) d. Allison Brill, 8-6; 3. Shelby Stanton (J) d. Rachel Robinson, 8-2; 4. Lauren Thomas (J) d. Brittany Keesling, 8-5.

Doubles — 1. Watson/VanVliet (J) d. Davis/Brill, 8-3; 2. Stanton/Amy Schattel (J) d. Robinson/Keesling, 8-5; 3. Thomas/Susanne Lindsay (J) d. Caressa Fout/Hannah Hiett, 8-3.

Record: Jefferson 3-4.



COLLEGE BASEBALL

Frederick 15, HCC 8

FREDERICK, Md. — Eric Schanzenbacher had two hits, including a three-run home run in the fourth inning, and finished with four RBIs for Hagerstown in a loss to Frederick.

Jacob Keeney had three hits and two RBIs, Drew DeShong had three hits and an RBI and Lazaro Torres had two hits for the Hawks (16-12), who committed seven errors that resulted in nine unearned runs for Frederick.

HCC    210    400    010    —    8    13    7
Frederick    420    042    03x    —    15    13    2
Rose, Bair (5) and Torres and Haupt (8). Johnson, Graber (4), Itnyre (8) and DeWitt. WP — Graber. LP — Rose (2-4). HR — HCC: Schanzenbacher (4th, two on); F: DeWitt (1st, two on), Miller (1st, none on).



COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Rams ink Wiliamsport duo in Fridley, Wise

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — Shepherd University announced 14 signings for its football team beginning next fall, and two of them are seniors at Williamsport High.

Alex Fridley, a defensive lineman, is a three-time All-MVAL Antietam Conference honoree and a two-time All-State honorable mention selection. He made 75 tackles (43 solo) with 22 for loss, including five sacks, and added a pair of fumble recoveries last season.

Tyler Wise, a wide receiver and safety, earned Herald-Mail All-Washington County and All-MVAL Antietam first-team honors and All-State honorable mention. He holds school records for most interceptions in a season (nine) and career (11).



MEN’S SOCCER

Aleshire signs with Shepherd

Williamsport senior goalkeeper Alex Aleshire, who was the 2011 Herald-Mail Washington County Boys Soccer Player of the Year, signed a letter-of-intent to play at Shepherd University last Friday.

Aleshire, a three-time All-County First Team honoree, allowed just 10 goals in 16 games last season and posted nine shutouts for the Wildcats. Over his three-year career as a starter for Williamsport, he allowed 37 goals in 50 games and posted 29 shutouts.

Shepherd is a Division II program in the West Virginia Conference.



JV BASEBALL

Hedgesville 2, Hancock 0

Hancock 6, Hedgesville 3

McConn’burg 13, Mercersburg 2



JV GIRLS LACROSSE

Frederick 10, Boonsboro 6

Boonsboro: Alexi Doak, Taylor Mazelon 2 goals each; Lindsey Shank, Olivia Lohman goal each.

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