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Spickler goes deep for Leopards, but Knights get victory

April 17, 2012

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

PREP BASEBALL

SMITHSBURG — Brad Spickler had two hits, including a home run, for Smithsburg in a 9-6 loss to Middletown on Tuesday.

Kyle Dinterman and Dylan Durning each had two hits and an RBI, and Garrett Spinks also had two hits for the Leopards (1-11).

Middletown    030    321    0    —    9    5    0
Smithsburg    300    003    0    —    6    11  4
Wrenner, Griffin (2), Beckner (5), Myers (7) and Rabut. Rinehart, Tracey (5) and Durning. WP — Griffin. LP — Rinehart (0-5). HR — S: Spickler (1st, none on).

Hancock 3-8, Broadfording 2-3

HANCOCK, Md. — Vinny Foreman hurled a two-hitter with eight strikeouts to lead Hancock past Broadfording Christian Academy in the opener of a doubleheader sweep.

In the first game, Nate Souders had an RBI single.

In the nightcap, Souders pitched a no-hitter with 12 strikeouts and Foreman and Dylan Finney had three hits each for the Panthers (7-3).

Game 1
Broadfording    200    00    —    2    2    2
Hancock    003    0x    —    3    4    0
Litton and Snodderly. Foreman and Lashley. WP — Foreman (3-1). LP — Litton.
Game 2
Broadfording    210    00    —    3    0    2
Hancock    340    1x    —    8    8    2
Garrish and Lopez. Souders and Price. WP — Souders (2-1). LP — Garrish.

Heritage Academy 6, Grace Academy 2

Colin Poyle had three hits for Heritage Academy in a Mason Dixon Christian Conference win over Grace Academy.

Nathan Patey and Chad Lowry had two hits apiece and Bryce Nigh had two hits and five strikeouts for the Eagles (7-0, 6-0).

Daniel Frederickson had two hits for the Knights (2-7).

Heritage    003    003    0    —    6    11    1
Grace    000    100    1    —    2    5    2
Nigh and Kriner. Hykes, Binkley (5) and Buwalda. WP — Nigh (6-0). LP — Hykes (1-3).

Maret School 23, Saint James 1

WASHINGTON — Brett Vitkun scored the only run on a passed ball for Saint James in a five-inning loss to Maret School.

Vitkun, Alec Wingerd and Garrett Blank each had a hit for the Saints (4-11).

Saint James    100    00    —    1    3    0
Maret    (13)46 0x    —    23    20    0
Gentile, Hart (1), Abbott (2), Leatherman (3), Hershey (3) and Blank. Progebin and Maggin. WP — Progebin. LP — Gentile (0-2). HR — M: Maggin (2nd, one on).

Jefferson 12, Musselman 2

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W. Va. — Jefferson evened the season series with Musselman behind a 13-hit attack in six innings.

Dennis Jackson, Cory Mangold and Fraser Brown had three hits each and Anthony DiMario had two hits as the Cougars’ top four batters had 11 hits for Jefferson (14-6). Brown hit two doubles and a triple.

Jackson drove in four runs, Brown drove in three and scored three, and Mangold scored four runs.

Sean Spotts pitched 4 2/3 innings of four-hit ball, allowing a two-run homer by Tylor Baker.

Musselman, which is ranked No. 1 in West Virginia Class AAA, fell to 16-4.

Waynesboro 5, CD East 4

COLONIAL PARK, Pa. — Cole Warrenfeltz hit a sacrifice fly in the fifth inning to plate John Barr with the game-winning run as Waynesboro edged CD East. 

Justin Freeman had two hits for the Indians (5-5).

Waynesboro    200    210    0    —    5    5    4
CD East    101    200    0    —    4    3    4
Ebersole, Barr (3) and Ingram. Noel and Barner. WP — Barr (1-1). LP — Noel.

Musselman 6, East Hardy 3

BAKER, W.Va. — Musselman scored three runs in the 12th inning to win a marathon game against East Hardy on Monday night.

Maverick Keller had three hits and Chris Schleuss and Jacob Whitmore each had two hits for the Applemen. Whitmore drove in three runs. Evan Woolum struck out 11 and Darrin Zombro fanned seven. Woolum also walked four times at the plate.



PREP SOFTBALL

East Hardy 9, Berkeley Springs 2

BAKER, W.Va. — East Hardy turned a close game into a rout with six runs in the fourth inning to defeat the Indians.

Natalie Redick had two hits and drove in a run for Berkeley Springs (5-14).

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