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Hagerstown's Hanlin 54th in Boston Marathon

April 16, 2012

Monday, April 16, 2012

RUNNING

BOSTON — Hagerstown’s Cameron Hanlin finished 54th overall with the fastest time of any Tri-State area runner at Monday’s 116th running of the Boston Marathon.

Hanlin, 24, a North Hagerstown High School graduate, covered the 26.2 miles in 2 hours, 36 minutes, 4 seconds on an unseasonably hot day.

Three Tri-State runners finished in the top 10 in their respective divisions.

Mark Cucuzzella, 45, of Shepherdstown, W.Va., finished in 2:46:49, good for 154th overall and fourth in the men’s 45-49 division.

Tim Schuler, 48, of Chambersburg, Pa., finished in 2:49:14 and was 198th overall and eighth in the men’s 45-49 division.

Laurie Dymond, 46, of Chambersburg, finished in 3:16:34 as the 109th overall woman to cross the line. She was fifth in the women’s 45-49 division.

Boston Marathon: How area runners finished
Twenty-five runners from the Tri-State area participated in Monday’s 116th Boston Marathon. Local men and women competed in either the open division (ages 18-39), the 40-44 division, the 45-49 division, the 50-54 division, the 55-59 division or the 60-64 division. Here’s how they fared.
Men    Age    City    Time    Overall    Gender    Division
Cameron Hanlin    24    Hagerstown    2:36:04    54    48    42
Mark Cucuzzella    45    Shepherdstown, W.Va.    2:46:49    154    143    4
Tim Schuler    48    Chambersburg, Pa.    2:49:14    198    184    8
Andrew Mason    40    Hagerstown    2:59:08    487    465    57
Jared Matlick    26    Shepherdstown, W.Va.    3:07:16    853    803    614
Tim Fisler    41    Chambersburg, Pa.    3:20:59    1,932    1,756    311
Michael Sanders    41    Hagerstown    3:23:37    2,218    2,004    369
Bill Walls    34    Hagerstown    3:41:53    4,903    3,945    —
Daryl Davis    38    Fannettsburg, Pa.    3:54:35    7,410    5,490    2,585
Jim Recard    50    Mont Alto, Pa.    4:02:45    9,170    6,471    775
Philip Broyles    53    Chambersburg, Pa.    4:06:22    9,856    6,827    850
Chuck Stone    57    Chambersburg, Pa.    4:30:29    14,242    8.947    624
Daryl Lehman    60    Waynesboro, Pa.    4:59:52    17,698    10,660    469
Matthew Dannolfo    27    Mercersburg, Pa.    5:25:23    19,340    11,481    4,002
Women    Age    City    Time    Overall    Gender    Division
Laurie Dymond    46    Chambersburg, Pa.    3:16:34    1,481    109    5
Kathleen Luzier    43    Boonsboro    3:31:37    3,270    455    48
Michelle Benshoff    37    Waynesboro, Pa.    3:49:02    6,209    1,438    1,078
Jill Hazelton    37    Chambersburg, Pa.    3:49:47    6,366    1,492    1,117
Kristal Hollenshead    47    Fort Loudon, Pa.    4:10:02    10,569    3,392    403
Missy Price    43    Shenandoah Junction, W.Va.    4:10:37    10,700    3,462    625
Diana Gorham    38    Kearneysville, W.Va.    4:12:09    10,975    3,599    2,293
Christine Molloy    40    Chambersburg, Pa.    4:21:28    12,689    4,485    854
Judith Emmert    50    Hagerstown    4:21:54    12,768    4,524    235
Angela Fuss    33    Mont Alto, Pa.    4:51:13    16,840    6,609    3,535
Brenda Miller    49    Chambersburg, Pa.    4:59:43    17,676    7,031    1,159



PREP BASEBALL

North Hagerstown 18, Century 0

SYKESVILLE, Md. —  J.T. Root pitched a five-inning no-hitter with nine strikeouts, and Andrew Yacyk went 4-for-4 with three home runs and six RBIs to lead North Hagerstown.

Zane Schreiber, Charles Cvijanovich, Phil Pietro, C.J. Owings, and Cory Staubs had two hits each for the Hubs (10-1). Owings hit a grand slam and drove in five runs, Troy Carbaugh also hit a grand slam, and Schreiber drove in two runs.

North    224    19    —    18    17    0
Century    000    00    —    0    0    0   
Root and Williams. Thomas, Ricks (3), Slade (5), Northrop (5) and Ogle. WP — Root (4-0). LP — Thomas. HR — N: Yacyk 3 (1st, one on; 4th, none on; 5th, one on), Owings (3rd, three on), Carbaugh (5th, three on).

Boonsboro 15, Oakdale 5

BOONSBORO — Scott Bennett belted a three-run homer in the fourth inning to help power Boonsboro past Oakdale.

Bennett finished with two hits and four RBIs, Brian Cibula had two doubles and three RBIs, Gunnar Whipp had two hits and an RBI, and Riley Stephenson struck out eight for the Warriors (5-7).

Oakdale    010    04    —    5    6    2
Boonsboro    022    47    —    15    11    3
Franceschina, Carlin (3), Staley (5) and Oden. Stephenson and Gregory. WP — Stephenson (2-0). LP — Franceschina. HR — O: Oden (5th, one on); B: Bennett (4th, two on).

Williamsport 8, Tuscarora 0

FREDERICK, Md. — Zach Lucas pitched a three-hit shutout with four strikeouts to lead Williamsport over Tuscarora.

Brandon Toloso had two hits and three RBIs and Nick Williams added two RBIs for the Wildcats (7-4).

Williamsport    040    001    3    —    8    6    2
Tuscarora    000    000    0    —    0    3    5
Lucas and Butts. Colliflower, Zimmer (7) and Smith. WP — Lucas (2-1). LP — Colliflower.

Westminster 5, South Hagerstown 3

Bobby Miller had two RBIs for the Rebels (4-8) in a loss to Westminster.

Westminster    000    320    0    —    5    8    1
South    012    000    0    —    3    5    0
Barrett and Craig. Hess, Sines (5), Dickens (7) and Johnson. WP — Barrett. LP — Hess.

Jefferson 8, Thomas Johnson 7

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. — Jefferson rallied from a 7-1 deficit with two runs in the fifth inning and five in the sixth to stun Thomas Johnson.

Cory Mangold went 3-for-3 with a home run, a triple and three RBIs for the Cougars (13-6). Fraser Brown had two hits and two RBIs.

T. Johnson    131    020    0    —    7    9    1
Jefferson    100    025    x    —    8    8    3
Jackson, King (3), Maloney (6), Johnson (7). Phelps, Myers (5), Omelchenko (6). WP — Maloney. LP — Myers. HR — J: Mangold.

Chambersburg 8, Carlisle 2

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Tyler Ocker had three hits, drove in a run and scored three runs for Chambersburg in a win over Carlisle.

Andrew Shriner had two hits and three RBIs, and Andrew Plank had seven strikeouts for the Trojans (2-6), who finished with 16 hits.

Carlisle    001    001    0    —    2    4    1
Chambersburg    300    032    x    —    8    16    0
Goodling, Kimmel (5) and Thorson. Plank, Shriner (7) and Graham. WP — Plank. LP — Goodling.

Northern 13, Waynesboro 3

DILLSBURG, Pa. — John Barr had two hits for Waynesboro (4-5) in a six-inning loss to Northern York.

Waynesboro    201    000    —    3    5    3
Northern    310    423    —    13    15    0
Cline, Ebersole (5), Barr (6) and Ingram. Simmoneus and Mayer. WP — Simmoneus. LP — Cline (2-1). HR — N: Mayer (5th, one on).



PREP SOFTBALL

Saint James 27, Foxcroft 17

ST. JAMES — Alyssa Blank had six hits, including a double, and Saint James won its first game of the season with a six-inning triumph over Foxcroft.

Rose Chiumento had five hits, Ellie Williams had four hits, including a double, and Renee Dill had three hits for the Saints (1-3).

Foxcroft    720    602    —    17    7    9
Saint James    163    647    —    27    11    6
Harris and Williams. Blank and Dill. WP — Blank (1-1). LP — Harris.

Century 13, North Hagerstown 1

SYKESVILLE, Md. — Danielle Wissinger had the Hubs’ only hit and scored the only run for North Hagerstown (2-8) on an error in a loss to Century.

North    000    10    —    1    1    7
Century    20(10)    1x    —    13    11    1
Harbaugh and Wissinger. Dixon. WP — Dixon. LP — Harbaugh (1-4).

Westminster 21, South Hagerstown 0

Randi Bartlett and Kaitlyn Spangler had one hit each for the Rebels in a five-inning loss to Westminster.

South (0-10) committed nine errors.

Westminster    450    84    —    21    14    1
South    000    00    —    0    2    9
Wilder and Robinson. Hinkle, Bickford (5) and Haupt. WP — Wilder. LP — Hinkle (0-3). HR — W: Hammond (1st, one on).

Oakdale 8, Boonsboro 1

BOONSBORO — Hannah Thompson struck out eight for the Warriors, but Boonsboro committed five errors in a loss to Oakdale.

Kimmy Seabright went 2-for-3 with a double, and Amber Myers went 2-for 2 for the Warriors (3-7).



BOYS LACROSSE

Thomas Johnson 11, North Hagerstown 10

Brandon Brown scored five goals for the Hubs in a loss to the Patriots.

Peter Perini and Scott Davis had two goals each and Drew Brooks added a goal and four assists for North (2-5). Brian Davis made 13 saves.



BOYS TENNIS

Westminster 5, South Hagerstown 0

Singles — 1. Mark Hardesty (W) d. Kevin Henson, 6-2, 6-2; 2. Ben Waranowski (W) d. Timmy Winston, 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles — 1. Anour Esa/Corey Fishman (W) d. George Canova/Julian Miller, 6-2, 6-1; 2. Bill Healy/Derek Meckel (W) d. Andrew Rose/Hunter Gift, 6-0, 6-3; 3. Adam Collins/Brandon Smith (W) d. Eric Sprecher/Brady Nutter, 6-0, 6-0.

Record: South 1-8.

Musselman 4, St. Maria Goretti 3

Singles — 1. Aaron Hawk (G) d. Joe Miller, 8-5; 2. Jordan Butter (M) d. Rodrigo Reyna, 8-4; 3. Kerry Coles (M) d. Mateo Pelja, 8-0; 4. Jordan Butts (M) d. Simon Wroblewski, 8-0.

Doubles — 1. Miller/Coles (M) d. Aaron Snook/Bryce Reeder, 8-6; 2. Hawk/Reyna (G) d. Butter/Butts, 9-7; 3. Pelja/Wroblewski (G) d. Travis Hackney/Austin Peer, 8-4.

Record: Goretti 3-4.

Tuscarora 3, Williamsport 2

at WILLIAMSPORT

Singles — 1. Anthony Adams (W) d. Bobby Matusek, 6-3, 7-6 (4); 2. Stephen Flessner (W) d. Tyler Shuck, 6-2, 6-3.

Doubles — 1. Tyler Homon/Nathan Homon (T) d. Kyle Marshall/Ryan Corgard, 6-1, 7-5; 2. West Claggett/Aldo Giaimo (T) d. Matt Stemper/Stephen Longnecker, 6-0, 6-1; 3. Yash Mehta/Praneet Puppala (T) d. Wornden Ly/Jeremy White, 6-3, 6-4.

Record: Williamsport 4-3.

Oakdale 4, Boonsboro 1

at BOONSBORO

Singles — 1. Serge Aleshin-Guendel (B) d. David Rickert, 6-3, 6-1; 2. Kevin Emmerich (O) d. Zack El-Mohandes, 6-0, 6-2.

Doubles — 1. Karl Sasse/Tyler Cranney (O) d. David Heim/Nathan Weirich, 6-4, 7-5; 2. Tom Dolan/Josh Chin (O) d. Chase Remsburg/Sam D’Alauro, 6-4, 6-2; 3. Frank DeRose/Trevor O’Connor (O) d. Rami Yanes/Steven Kurapaty, 7-6, 6-3.

Record: Boonsboro 3-6.



GIRLS TENNIS

Tuscarora 4, Williamsport 1

at WILLIAMSPORT

Singles — 1. Ana Chernova (T) d. Sam Kelly, 6-3, 6-2; 2. Jess Mies (W) d. Mariam Khan, 6-3, 6-0.

Doubles — 1. Courtney Keirn/Amanda Muhlbach (T) d. Elsie Martinez/Casee Cornett, 6-1, 6-1; 2. Amina Mazhar/Angelica Tanseco (T) d. Cheyenne Moore/Jordan Shoemaker, 6-1, 6-1; 3. Ashley Tolino/Nicole Culver (T) d. Jodeci Albertson/Mandi Saum, 6-1, 6-3.

Record: Williamsport 2-6.

Boonsboro 5, Oakdale 0

at BOONSBORO

Singles — 1. Hannah Froehlich (B) d. Michelle Rizk, 6-3, 6-2; 2. Amanda Kerr (B) won by default.

Doubles — 1. Sarah Colgan/Ashlyn Hawbaker (B) d. Leah Chomark/Carolyn Pascal, 6-3, 6-1; 2. Cindy Poling/Yukiko Shinoda (B) d. Tatiana Sorenson/Liz Twilley, 6-4, 6-2; 3. Dana Getka/Megan Humphrey (B) d. Rachel Heiks/Vanessa Perez, 6-4, 6-7, 10-8 tiebreak.

Record: Boonsboro 6-3.

Musselman 4, St. Maria Goretti 3

Singles — 1. Madeline Flanagan (M) d. Ashley Robinson, 8-6; 2. Laura Winalski (G) d. Jaclyn Kees, 8-1; 3. Ashley DeRito (M) d. Annie Cochran, 9-8 (4); 4. Kelsea Conner (M) d. Kristen Downing, 8-6.

Doubles — 1. Flanagan/Kees (M) d. Robinson/Winalski, 8-5; 2. Bronte Salgado/Lauren Clopper (G) d. DeRito/Conner, 8-5; 3. Cochran/Monica Divinagracia (G) d. Dahyana Arias/Cate Raines, 8-4.

Record: Goretti 3-4.

Westminster 3, South Hagerstown 2

Singles — 1. Madeleine Niang (S) d. Maddie Davis, 7-6 (5), retired; 2. Alisha Adkins (S) d. Kaitlyn Distler, 6-4, 6-1.

Doubles — 1. Sara Bucacink/Alison Cheatham (W) d. Nicole Goodnough/Jessica Madden, 6-0, 6-2; 2. Dani Zepp/Ali Klebons (W) d. Lisa Shuler/Lany Picard, 6-2, 6-4; 3. Madison Riley/Samantha Webb (W) d. Taylor Nuse/Grace Porter, 6-3, 6-2.

Record: South 0-9.



BOYS TRACK & FIELD

Southern Fulton 119, Faith Christian 31
Southern Fulton 99, Shade 50

Winners: 4x800 — Shade 10:04.5; 110 hurdles — Price (FC) 18.0; 100 — Horton (SF) 11.9; 1,600 — Kirk (SF) 4:44.3; 4x100 — Southern Fulton 46.6; 400 — Ashkettle (SF) 54.5; 300 hurdles — Price (FC) 45.6; 800 — Wilt (Sh) 2:13.5; 200 — Horton (SF) 24.3; 3,200 — Kirk (SF) 11:26; 4x400 — Shade 3:41.7; Shot put — Barnhart (SF) 45-4; Discus — Michael (FC) 125-10 1/2; Javelin — Meyer (SF) 155-10 1/2; Pole vault — Cross (SF) 12-0; Long jump — Ashkettle (SF) 18-8; Triple jump — Ashkettle (SF) 39-7; High jump — Wilt (Sh) 5-8.



GIRLS TRACK & FIELD

Southern Fulton 97, Faith Christian 40
Southern Fulton 91, Shade 46

Winners: 4x800 — Shade 12:05; 100 hurdles — Grammo (FC) 17.9; 100 — Lake (SF) 13.9; 1,600 — M. Hollenshead (SF) 6:10.8; 4x100 — Southern Fulton 56.6; 400 — Lake (SF) 1:06.2; 300 hurdles — Covalt (SF) 53.9; 800 — M. Hollenshead (SF) 2:35.7; 200 — Lake (SF) 30.9; 3,200 — J. Hollenshead (SF) 13:43; 4x400 — Shade 4:37.0; Shot put — Roman (SF) 28-0; Discus — Hercules (FC) 77-1 1/2; Javelin — Berkebile (Sh) 100-6; Long jump — M. Hollenshead (SF) 14-9 1/2; Triple jump — M. Hollenshead (SF) 30-6; High jump — Muha (Sh) 4-6.



JV BOYS LACROSSE

Thomas Johnson 5, North Hagerstown 4

North: Phillip Lloyd 2 goals; Dylan Brown, Noah Perini goal each; Coleman McHose 7 saves.



COLLEGE SOFTBALL

Southern Maryland 9-4, HCC 4-3

Carly Mowen had two hits, including a double, for Hagerstown in the opener as the Hawks were swept in a doubleheader by the College of Southern Maryland.

In the nightcap, Kalya Ewing had two hits for the Hawks (13-13).

Game 1
Southern Maryland    000    100    8    —    9    11    4
HCC    004    000    0    —    4    8    5
Windsor and Bilbra. Peomroy and Mowen. WP — Windsor. LP — Peomroy (10-7).
Game 2
Southern Maryland    001    000    012    —    4    6    4
HCC    000    000    111    —    3    6    4
Therres and Gayan. Mullin and Mowen. WP — Therres. LP — Mullin (4-6).



COLLEGE BASEBALL

Heine earns honor

PITTSBURGH, Pa. — Penn State Altoona senior first baseman Cord Heine, a Mercersburg Academy graduate, was named the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference’s Player of the Week on Monday.

Heine hit .600 (9-for-15) and had at least one RBI in each of the four games. He had seven RBIs and scored seven runs to help the Lions go 3-1 across doubleheaders with Juniata College and Pitt-Bradford.

Heine is hitting .406, good for third in the AMCC.



GOLF

MISGA 2-Man Team Match Play

Beaver Creek 12, Westminster National 6

Gross, at Beaver Creek

Harry Pearce/Tom Balloch (B) d. Bill Welch/Don Irwin, 3-0

Tim Koelble/Ed Barton (B) d. Lou Bisasky/Dave Webster, 3-0

Terry Burket/Don Baker (B) d. Lynn Carr/Andy Wizda, 2 1/2-1/2

Net, at Westminster National

Claude Stull/John Jamison (W) d. Curtis Kendall/Ed Frankenberger, 3-0

Dave Schwartz/Dennis Martin (W) d. Bruce Taylor/Larry Lowman 2 1/2-1/2

Ken Goldman/Dick Moser (B) d. Guy Nichols.Doug Parker 3-0

Note: One point awarded for winning front 9, back 9, total 18



YOUTH BASEBALL

Clear Spring Little League

Bragunier Masonry 19, Weller’s Service & Lube 2

Bragunier: Zach Greenlee 4 hits; Tanner Sines HR.

Weller’s: Jared Kees 2 hits.

Conococheague Little League

Redmen 3, Osborne’s 2

Redmen: Ryan Greene 13 Ks; Travis Hebert 2 RBIs;  Alonzo Coleman game-winning RBI.

Osborne’s: Nathan DeLoso 2 hits.

Federal Little League

Alsatia 18, Exchange 1

Alsatia: Bryant Shives 4 hits; Jaylen Williams, Kaleb Corbin, Michael Keats 2 hits each.

Halfway Little League

Carpet Gallery 14, Gehr 3

Carpet Gallery: Noah Likely, Mike McCook, Camryn Keller, Aaron Shartzer 2 hits each.

Interleague

Valley Breakaways II 8, Thompson’s Gas 4

Thompson’s: Zach Crampton, Brady Robinson 2 hits each.

Sportsland 16, B&B 6

Sportsland: Zack Johnson, Zach Bowman, Steve Santa-Maria 3 hits each; Jake Humbel 2 hits, HR.

B&B: Benny Burgan 2 hits.

Maugansville Junior League

Columbia Bank 10, Shawley’s 0

Columbia: Jordan Washington 3 hits, 4 runs; Alex Darr, Zach Toth, Kenny Daniels, Dallas Burger 2 hits each; Kenny Daniels 1-hitter, 7 Ks.

Maugansville Minor League

Krumpe’s Donuts Red Sox 22, Denny’s Auto Tigers 8

Red Sox: Austin Dent, Michael Howell 4 hits, HR each; Cooper Strickland, T.J. Weaver 4 hits each; Hayden Sweeney, Quentin Hershey, Brady Quelet 3 hits each; Lucas Strickland, Alex Clark 2 hits each.

Tigers: Braeden Wade, Caleb Gee, Drew Custer, Kade Staley, Logan Hine, Chase Brown 2 hits each.

National Little League

FOP 13, Funkstown 8

FOP; Cory Giffin 2 hits.

Funkstown; Ryan Flaherty, Shawn Vinson, Cameron Gossert 2 hits each; Kyle Gilbert 6 Ks.

National Minor League

AMVETS 17, Western Maryland 10

AMVETS: Logan Maners 3 hits, HR; Frankie Robinson, Christian Robinson 3 hits each; Devon King 2 hits, HR; Grant Napier 2 hits.

Western: Howie Robinson, Mikey Witmer 2 hits each.

Smithsburg Little Sluggers

Cal Ripken League

Lions Club 4, Mace Auto Body 3

Lions: Dylan Grove 2 hits; Josie Blickenstaff game-winning hit.

Mace: Daniel Taylor, Stevie Smith 2 hits each.

Minor Division

Jeter Paving 12, Total Lube 12

Jeter Paving: Aidyn Smith, Hannah Spinks 3 hits each; Katie McCleaf 2 hits.

Total Lube: Daniel Walter, Patten Biden combined for 13 Ks.

Rookie Division

Huntzberry Photography 15, JJ’s Landscaping 10

Huntzberry: Jordan Hymes 4 hits, 3 RBIs; Mattie Koeneke 2 hits, 3 RBIs; Nic Horst, Alex Churnesky, Brady Pennington 3 hits each; Isaac Grove, Izzy Corson, Yeva Bennett 2 hits each; C.J. Sealing 3 RBIs.

JJ’s: Matthew Walker, Ryan Merrill, Dalton Rejonis 3 hits each; Jonathan Shears 2 hits, 3 RBIs; Gabriel Walker, Garrett Routzahn, Cameron Rejonis, J.D. Bowman 2 hits each.

South Mountain Little League

AA Division

Turn The Page 13, Castle Auto Body 10

TTP: Trace Milburn, Matt Jerrell, Bryan Duft 4 hits each; John Seabright 3 hits; T.J. Hines, Blake Kellerman, Colin Harshman 2 hits each.

Castles: Dalton Martz, Joel Rowsyowinski, Jacob Johnson 3 hits each; Mason Miller, Sage Haller 2 hits each.

West End Little League

FOP 21, VFW 2

FOP: Hunter Ehmer 2-hitter; Mikael Ehmer 3 hits; Bransyn Dillinger 2 hits, HR.

West End Minor League

West End Shell 14, Hopewell 13

West End Shell: Oliver Campher, Owen Reasner, Devon Creary, Shamere Washington, Landan Marshall 3 hits each; Brayden Ord, Andre Johnson, Saquan Rodney, Paige Whittington 2 hits each.

Hopewell: Jamal Rios, Jaheim Broadner, Zach Grove, Cody Durboraw, Lontrall Palmer, Jason Perez 3 hits each; Kaden Billman, Zack Nikirk, Thomas McPherson 2 hits each.



YOUTH LACROSSE

U11 Girls

Middletown 8, Boonsboro 2

Boonsboro: Jenna Doak, Josie Wells goal each; Kaitlyn Rogers assist; Adrienne Grove 6 ground balls; Camille Harrah 3 ground balls; Saxon Knight 3 saves.



YOUTH SOFTBALL

Sharpsburg Little League

Buffalo Wild Wings 16, Connelly Associates 8

BWW: Taylor Neff 4 hits; Brooke Singleton 3 hits.

Connelly: Morgan Frazier 3 hits.

Buffalo Wild Wings 18, Engine Co. 3 8

BWW: Brooke Singleton, Breanna Churchey 2 hits each.

Engine: Josie Minnick, Kayla Cline 2 hits each.

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