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Hawks reach Region XX final four with win

May 01, 2012

Tuesday, May 1, 2012

COLLEGE SOFTBALL

NORTH EAST, Md. — Hagerstown Community College scored five runs in the fifth inning — all with two outs — and Megan Peomroy went the distance as the sixth-seeded Hawks beat third-seeded Cecil Community College 5-2 in the play-in round of the Region XX Tournament on Tuesday.

Candace Horchner hit a two-run triple, Brittany Heller’s RBI single capped a 3-for-4 day, and Kayla Ewing added a two-run double for HCC.

The Hawks qualified for the final four Saturday at Catonsville. HCC will play No. 2-seed Chesapeake at 10 a.m.

HCC    000    050    0    —    5    8    0
Cecil    001    001    0    —    2    7    2
Peomroy and Mowen. Musick and Guy. WP — Peomroy (13-10). LP — Musick.



COLLEGE TRACK

Hawks compete at districts

NEWARK, N.J. — Hagerstown Community College competed at the NJCAA Eastern District Championships this past weekend. The women placed second out of four teams and the men finished third out of five teams.

Whitney Murphy placed first in the javelin (83-4), third in the 100 (13.04) and fourth in the 200 (27.07) to lead the HCC women, while Paige Goebelbecker won the 5,000 (20:43.61), Amber Elliott was third in the long jump (14-5 1/2), fourth in the javelin (64-0), fifth in the 100 (13.52) and sixth in the 200 (28.90), Yolonda Pinkcett was third in the shot put (27-1) and third in the javelin (79-0), Kerri Gasior was third in the 1,500 (5:29.92) and eighth in the 800 (2:39.54), Victoria Broadwater was sixth in the 100 (14.47) and Ashley Smothers was sixth in the 400 (1:06.48).

Mike Salguero was the runner-up in both the 5,000 (16:07.92) and 10,000 (32:48.65) for the HCC men, while Prince Dawkins also finished second in two events — the long jump (20-11 1/2) and triple jump (46-2).

Also for the Hawks men, Kenny Kopp was second in the high jump (6-0), third in the pole vault (11-0) and sixth in the long jump (18-7), Justin Gunne was second in the javelin (138-8), fifth in the discus (109-0) and sixth in the hammer (81-0), Ryan Schnarrs was second in the hammer (92-9), fourth in the javelin (115-5 1/2) and sixth in the shot put (34-0), Brandon Horning was second in the 1,500 (4:15.0) and sixth in the 800 (2:08.87), Andy Drum was third in the 5,000 (17:02.48) and fourth in the 10,000 (34:18.35), Wyatt Funk was third in the high jump (5-9), Charlie Seabright was fourth in the hammer (82-11), sixth in the discus (94-7 1/2) and sixth in the javelin (114-3), Luis Majano was fourth in the 800 (2:08.13), Rodney Flora was fifth in the 400 (51.44) and fifth in the high jump (5-6), Ryan Kaiser was fifth in the 1,500 (4:31.67), Stephen Starliper was sixth in the 1,500 (4:35.07).

The HCC men also placed third in the 4x800 (8:47.82) and fourth in the 4x400 (3:45.11).



WOMEN’S SOCCER

Ritter honored at Seton Hall

SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. — North Hagerstown graduate Katie Ritter was a tri-recipient of Seton Hall University’s Female Sophomore Athlete of the Year Award.

Ritter led the women’s soccer team with six goals in a season in which the Pirates qualified for the Big East Tournament and captured their first postseason victory since 1999.

She appeared in 20 games, making 19 starts, and earned All-Big East third-team honors. Ritter tallied three game-winning goals during the season and already ranks sixth in program history in career goals (13) after just two seasons.



PREP BASEBALL

Saint James 5, Flint Hill 4

OAKTON, Va. — Bobby Leatherman scored the game-winning run in the top of the seventh on an RBI single by Ryan Abbott as Saint James edged Flint Hill in the Mid-Atlantic Conference.

Leatherman finished with three hits, two stolen bases and two runs, Brett Vitkun had a two-run single and Patrick Morris and Bobby Brennan had an RBI each for the Saints (7-11, 3-8).

Saint James    000    400    1    —    5    7    1
Flint Hill    020    020    0    —    4    9    1
Abbott and Blank. Tailor, Libelt (4), Gray (5) and Brigilian. WP — Abbott (1-0). LP — Gray. HR — FH: Gray (2nd, none on).

Heritage 12, Broadfording 2

Bryce Nigh had two hits, including a two-run homer, to lead Heritage Academy in a five-inning Mason Dixon Christian Conference rout of Broadfording.

Chad Lowry had two hits and Nigh pitched four innings of two-hit ball, fanning seven for the Eagles (10-0, 9-0).

Joe Garrish had two hits, including a home run, for the Lions.

Heritage    532    02    —    12    8    1
Broadfording    100    01    —    2    2    0
Nigh, Patey (5) and Patey, Fisler (5). Litten, Kehr (3) and Snodderly. WP — Nigh (8-0). LP — Litten. HR — H: Nigh (3rd, one on); B: Garrish (1st, none on).

Jefferson 6, Hampshire 4

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. — Jefferson broke a 4-4 tie with two runs in the sixth on RBI singles by Casey Billmyer and Sean Spotts to defeat Hampshire.

Billmyer finished with two hits and two RBIs, and Spotts also drove in two runs for the Cougars (21-7). Spotts struck out six in six innings.

Hampshire    001    030    0    —    4    5    1
Jefferson    010    032    x    —    6    6    1
Crawford, Taylor (5), Timbrook (6). Spotts, Butts (7). WP — Spotts. LP — Taylor. S — Butts.

Martinsburg 4, Moorefield 2

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Jared Snow had two hits and Nate Temple drove in two runs as Martinsburg beat Moorefield.

Brandon Crodell went the distance, allowing four hits and three walks while striking out nine for the Bulldogs (13-12).

Moorefield    002    000    0    —    2    4    4
Martinsburg    011    200    x    —    4    6    0
Vetter, Williams (5). Cordell. WP — Cordell. LP — Vetter.

Washington 3, Berkeley Springs 0

CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. — Jared Spielman had two of Berkeley Springs’ three hits in Monday’s loss to Washington.

Brady Spielman allowed three hits in six innings for the Indians.

Berk. Springs    000    000    0    —    0    3    3
Washington    002    100    x    —    3    3    1
WP — Pansch. LP — B. Spielman.



PREP SOFTBALL

Frankfort 7, Berkeley Springs 6

KEYSER, W.Va. — Berkeley Springs rallied to tie the game at 6 on Ashton Miller’s three-run home run in the sixth inning, but Frankfort scored the winning run in the eighth in a West Virginia Class AA Region II Section 1 playoff game.

The Indians (6-20) will travel today to face the loser of the Frankfort/Keyser game played late Tuesday night.

Brittney Stotler had two hits, including a two-run home run in the first inning, for Berkeley Springs. Morgan Wachter had two hits, including a double.

Berk. Springs    201    003    00    —    6    9    6
Frankfort    033    000    01    —    7    9    0
Redick and Kroschinsky. Appel, Northcraft (6) and Lantz. WP — Northcraft. LP — Redick (6-12). HR — BS: Stotler (1st, one on), Miller (6th, two on).

Mercersburg Academy 30, Saint James 0

ST. JAMES — Abby Hopple smacked a grand slam to highlight an 11-run third for Mercersburg Academy in a shutout of Saint James.

Sydney Reath tossed a two-hitter and helped her own cause with a two-run homer for the Blue Storm (9-7).

Rose Chiumento and Ellie Williams each had a hit for the Saints (2-6).

Mercersburg    6(10)(11) 03    —    30    14    0
Saint James    000    00    —    0    2    7
Reath and Richardson. Williams and Dill, Chiumento (3). WP — Reath (8-3). LP — Williams (1-6). HR — M: Reath (2nd, one on); Hopple (3rd, three on).

Southern Fulton 5, McConnellsburg 3

McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. — Taelor Morton had four hits and three RBIs, and Southern Fulton plated three runs in the top of the eighth in a win over McConnellsburg (5-7).

Kim Russell had four hits and scored two runs, Allison Spade had three hits, an RBI and scored a run and Marley Elbin had seven strikeouts for the Indians (6-6).

Southern Fulton    010    010     03    —    5    15    0
McConnellsburg    002    000    01    —    3    4    2
Elbin and Deneen. Danner and McQuade. WP — Elbin (6-6). LP — Danner.



BOYS LACROSSE

Saint James 8, Maret 2

WASHINGTON — Ben Louderback scored four goals to lead Saint James to a Mid-Atlantic Conference victory over Maret School.

Avery Wilmore, Leighton Younger, Connor Abeles and Max Brady also scored for the Saints (6-7, 3-2). Jake Thompson had two assists, Kyle Neale also had an assist and Will Smith made four saves.



GIRLS LACROSSE

St. John’s Catholic 17, Mercersburg Academy 5

MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Jordan Shihadeh scored four of the Blue Storm’s five goals in a loss to St. John’s Catholic Prep.

Hanna Warfield scored the other goal for Mercersburg Academy (4-8). Syd Godbey made seven saves and Megan Lafferty made six saves.



BOYS TENNIS

Catoctin 3, Boonsboro 2

at BOONSBORO

Singles — 1. Serge Grundell (B) d. Swanson, 6-1, 6-2; 2. Steven Swanson (C) d. Zach el-Mohandes, 6-1, 6-1.

Doubles — 1. Nathan Weirich/Sam Dalauro (B) d. Colin Hertel/Aaron Scalese, 6-4, 7-6 (9); 2. Tye Russell/Mikel Wildasin (C) d. Steve Kurpaty/Rami Yanes, 6-3, 3-2 (default); 3. Aaron Methany/Joe Speck (C) won by fft.

Records: Boonsboro 4-9, 4-6; Catoctin 2-10, 2-8.

Flint Hill 7, Saint James 0

at OAKTON, Va.

Singles — 1. Jesse Nayak (FH) d. Boudi El Gohary, 10-1; 2. Blake McGinley (FH) d. Emmett Orfan, 10-2; 3. Corey McCarten (FH) d. Hussein Faridi, 10-1; 4. Evan Harrington (FH) d. James Chang, 10-1.

Doubles — 1. Daniel Martchek/Ben Hillman (FH) d. Chester Collins/Thomas Rocca, 10-1; 2. Ricky Tischner/Sahil Chadhary (FH) d. Jeff Lee/Daniel Pike, 10-2; 3. Hooks Johnston/John Marosek (FH) d. Scotty Manesh/Donghyun Kim, 10-4.

Record: Saint James 3-8.

St. Maria Goretti 5, Jefferson 2

at SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va.

Singles — 1. Kyle Polczynski (J) d. Aaron Hawk, 8-2; 2. Devin Foreman (J) d. Aaron Snook, 8-5; 3. Rodrigo Reyna (G) d. Isaiah Washington, 8-6; 4. Mateo Pelja (G) Issac Washington, 8-2.

Doubles — 1. Snook/Bryce Reeder (G) d. Polczynski/Foreman, 8-1; 2. Hawk/Reyna (G) d. Washington/Washington, 9-8  (7-2); 3. Pelja/Ozair Waseem (G) d. Carlos Nathan/Catalino Leon, 8-2.

St. Maria Goretti 4, Jefferson 3

at SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va.

Singles — 1. Aaron Hawk (G) d. Kyle Polczynski, 8-4; 2. Devin Foreman (J) d. Aaron Snook, 8-3; 3. Carlos Nathan (J) d. Rodrigo Reyna, 5-3, won by fft.; 4. Mateo Pelja (G) d. Catalino Leon, 8-0.

Doubles — 1. Snook/Bryce Reeder (G) d. Polczynski/Foreman, won by fft.; 2. Hawk/Reyna (G) d. Washington/Washington, won by fft.; 3. Nathan/Leon (J) d. Pelja/Ozair Waseem, 8-6.

Record: Goretti 8-5.



GIRLS TENNIS

Catoctin 3, Boonsboro 2

at BOONSBORO

Singles — 1. Hanna Froehlich (B) d. Julia Steinly, 6-4, 6-1; 2. Bridey Tuvel (C) d. Amanda Kerr, 4-6, 6-2, 6-3.

Doubles — 1. Sarah Colgan/Ashlyn Hawbaker (B) d. Audrey Lindahl/Whitney Wenmoth, 6-0, 6-2; 2. Ally Delauter/Kylie Raubaugh (C) d. Cindy Poling/Dana Degka, 7-6 (7), 6-3; 3. Tyra Watkins/Karly Weagley (C) d. Sasha Nargob/Emily Benson, 6-2, 6-2.

Records: Boonsboro 7-6, 5-5; Catoctin 5-7, 4-6.

Jefferson 4, St. Maria Goretti 3

at SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va.

Singles — 1. India Watson (J) d. Ashley Robinson, 8-4; 2. Laura Winalski (G) d. Bailey Johnson, 8-1; 3. Shelby Stanton (J) d. Annie Cochran, 8-3; 4. Amy Schattel (J) d. Lauren Clopper, 8-6.

Doubles — 1. Watson/Stanton (J) d. Robinson/Winalksi, 8-3; 2. Cochran/Monica Divinagracia (G) d. Johnson/Schattel, 8-5; 3. Clopper/Kristin Downing (G) d. Lauren Thomas/Susanne Lindsay, 8-3.

St. Maria Goretti 7, Jefferson 0

at SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va.

Singles — 1. Ashley Robinson (G) d. India Watson, 8-2; 2. Laura Winalski (G) won by fft.; 3. Annie Cochran (G) d. Amy Schattel, 8-3; 4. Lauren Clopper (G) won by fft.

Doubles — 1. Robinson/Winalksi (G) won by fft; 2. Cochran/Monica Divinagracia (G) won by fft.; 3. Clopper/Kristin Downing (G) won by fft.

Record: Goretti 5-7.



GIRLS SOCCER

Heritage 9, Broadfording 0

Brooke Gaylor had two goals and an assist to lead Heritage Academy over Broadfording Christian.

Rachel Clarke had a goal and three assists and Nicole Gaylor added a goal and an assist for the Eagles (5-4-2). Rose Clarke, Abbey Jackson, Kathleen Kidd, Sarah Culver and Hannah Gaylor each had one goal.



BOYS TRACK & FIELD

Fannett-Metal 68 1/2, Hancock 50, Faith Christian 46 1/2

at HANCOCK

Winners: 110H — Parson (FM) 16.5; 100 — T. Hockenberry (FM) 12.0; 1,600 — Foy (FM) 5:18.2; 4x200 — Faith 1:44.0; 400 — White (FM) 52.5; 3,200 — Edgerton (H) 15:02.0; 300H — Parson (FM) 44.0; 200 — Price (FC) 24.0; 800 — White (FM) 2:23.2; 4x100 — Fannett-Metal 47.2; 4x400 — Fannett-Metal 5:36.2; Long jump — Faith (H) 18-11 1/2; Triple jump — Faith (H) 39-4 1/2; High jump — Chilche (FM) 5-8; Pole vault — Wagner (H) 10-0; Discus — Michael (FC) 139-1; Shot put — Michael (FC) 39-7 1/2.

Southern Fulton 110, Berlin 39

at WARFORDSBURG, Pa.

Winners: 4x800 relay — Southern Fulton, 9:32.4; 110H — Dylan Cross (SF) 20.2; 100 — Chase Horton (SF) 11.6; 1,600 — Briar Kirk (SF) 4:49.1; 4x100 relay — Southern Fulton, 49.6; 400 — Jacob Ashkettle (SF) 54.1; 300H — Mason Bard (SF) 45.6; 800 — Briar Kirk (SF) 2:13.2; 200 — Jacob Ashkettle (SF) 23.7; 3,200 — Josh Voight (SF) 11:13.6; 4x400 relay — Southern Fulton, 3:57.3; Shot Put — Christian Barnhart, 43-7 1/2; Discus — Wagner (B) 120-2; Javelin — Steven Meyer (SF) 177-11 1/2; Pole Vault — Dylan Cross (SF) 11-0; Long Jump — Jacob Ashkettle (SF) 19-8; Triple Jump — Luke Wright (SF) 38-1/2; High Jump — Jacob Ashkettle (SF) 5-6.



GIRLS TRACK & FIELD

Fannett-Metal 73, Hancock 49, Faith Christian 43

at HANCOCK

Winners: 4x800 — Hancock 15:38.0; 100H — O. Turner (FM) 17.3; 100 — H. Turner (FM) 13.0; 1,600 — Foreman (H) 6:20.0; 4x200 — Faith 2:11.0; 400 — A. Turner (FM) 1:01.1; 3,200 — Foreman (H) 15:25.2; 300H — Childers (H) 50.3; 200 — A. Turner (FM) 26.1; 800 — Mann (H) 2:53.1; 4x100 — Fannett-Metal 56.0; 4x400 — Fannett-Metal 4:38.0; Long jump — Cornell (FM) 14-3 1/2; Triple jump — Milner (FC) 26-2; High jump — Mabey (H) 4-8; Pole vault — C. Falcone (FM) 6-6; Discus — C. Falcone (FM) 79-10; Shot put — Swope (FM) 28-4 1/2.

Berlin 97, Southern Fulton 53

at WARFORDSBURG, Pa.

Winners: 4x800 relay — Southern Fulton, 14:09.6; 100H — Hittie (B) 16.2; 100 — Hittie (B) 13.6; 1,600 — Macey Hollenshead, 5:43; 4x100 — Berlin, 54.6; 400 — Luprek, 1:04.5; 300H — Hittie (B) 51.7; 800 — Trulick (B) 3:04.6; 200 — Luprek (B) 27.7; 3,200 — Jenna Hollenshead (SF) 13:04.7; 4x400 relay — Southern Fulton; Shot Put — Ashley Romain (SF) 28-11 3/4; Discus — Coughenour (B) 86-5 1/2; Javelin — Craig (B) 100-7; Pole Vault — C. Smith/P. Conner (B) 7-6; Long Jump — Ferguson (B) 14-2; Triple Jump — Macey Hollenshead (SF) 30-7 1/2; High Jump — L. Will (B) 4-7.



JV GIRLS SOFTBALL

Clear Spring 16, Boonsboro 6

Clear Spring: Hannah Brumbaugh 3 hits, 4 RBIs; Tristen Lewis 2 hits, 3 RBIs; Abbi Talbert 3 Ks.

Clear Spring 16, Boonsboro 5

Clear Spring: Lauren Kline 3 hits, 4 RBIs; Abby Weaver 2 hits, 4 RBIs; Lakelyn Easterday 6 Ks.



JV GIRLS LACROSSE

Boonsboro 7, Brunswick 6

Boonsboro: Lindsey Shank 3 goals; Alexi Doak, Alexis Krantz 2 goals each; Bridget Dillard 10 saves.



RUNNING

Saint James Alumni 5K

Saturday at ST. JAMES

Males (top 10): 1. Mitchell Swope 16:29; 2. Patrick Jones 16:47; 3. Eric Liu 18:49; 4. Carl Thomas 18:51; 5. Luke Cessna 19:19; 6. Tony Hurley 19:56; 7. Cully Stimson 20:04; 8. Kevin Manesh 20:43; 9. Ray Chang 20:50; 10. Patrick Hart 20:52.

Females (top 10): 1. Haley Linkenhoker 18:56; 2. Julie Quelet 20:53; 3. Keeley Scott 22:40; 4. Daphne Clyburn 22:44; 5. Tara Horst 23:50; 6. Elizabeth Fahey 23:51; 7. Taylor Davis 24:51; 8. Cassidy Lippert 25:00; 9. Emma Whelan 25:00; 10. Joellen Cope 25:05.



YOUTH BASEBALL

Clear Spring Little League

Jason Mackintosh Realty Yankees 11, Not A Pawn Padres 6

Yankees: Tanner Harshman 2 hits, HR; Jason Blubaugh 12 Ks.

Padres: Chris Hose, Dillon Taylor 2 hits each.

Conococheague Little League

Broad Run 12, Osborne’s 0

Broad Run: Jaustin Itnyre 3 hits, 2-hitter, 4 Ks; Trevor Knode, Hayden Myers 2 hits each.

Hagerstown PONY League

FOP 8, Susquehanna Bank 2

FOP: Daulton Cool 6 Ks, 3-run HR; Daulton Stewart 2 hits.

Susquehanna Bank: Mitchell Wilson 11 Ks; Zach Martin 2 hits.

Eagles 15, UAW 9

Eagles Bryce Ruppenthal 2 hits, HR, 3 RBIs; Owen Deffinbaugh 3 hits, 3 RBIs.

UAW: Caden Keplinger 2 hits; Austin Sigler 2 RBIs.

Federal Little League

Alsatia 14, Kiwanis 4

Alsatia: Bryant Shives 3 hits; Kaleb Corbin 2 HRs, 7 RBIs.

Kiwanis: Ben Caldwell 2 hits.

Halfway Little League

Valley 10, Gehr 0

Valley: Bret Artz, Jaden Brady, A.J. Norris 3 hits each; Tre Davis 2 hits, 11 Ks.; Shane Roberts, Nate Anderson, Cameron Day 2 hits each.

Halfway Minor League

Sam’s Club 8, Redmen 7

Sam’s: Chris Alvarez, Wyatt McKean 3 hits each; Dustin Burdette, Jason Showe 2 hits each; Nathan Guzick HR.

Hancock Little League

Tigers 10, Orioles 5

Tigers: Garrett Golden 3 hits; Tyler Unger 2 hits, 10 Ks; Ethan Souders 2 hits, HR.

Orioles: Gabriel Stotler 3 hits.

Interleague

Valley Bowers Insurance 9, South Mtn. Terry’s Auto 8

Bowers: Ryan Clapper 2 hits; John Carter 2 RBIs.

Terry’s: Ty Unger 2 hits, 2 RBIs; Ian Hutchinson, Carter Markowski 2 hits each; Reese McLean 9 Ks.

Junior Interleague

Maugansville Columbia Bank 10, Valley Jeter Paving 4

Columbia: Jordan Washington, Kenny Daniels, Shane Wilson 2 hits each; Washington, Malik Carey 3 Ks each.

Maugansville Junior League

Columbia Bank 15, Retro Vending 3

Columbia: Steven Eyler, Shane Wilson, Alex Darr, Zane Burker, Guydon Williams 2 hits each; Kenny Daniels 7 Ks.

Retro: Jared Faith, William Purcell 2 hits each.

Maugansville Minor League

Krumpe’s Red Sox 23, D.J. Nightlife 10

Krumpe’s: Michael Howell 3 hits.

Nightlife: Ethan Caudo 3 hits.

National Little League

AMVETS 15, FOP 3

AMVETS: Corbin Luna 4 hits, 3 HRs, 11 Ks; Timmy Townsend 3 hits, HR; Jeffery Crampton, Ethan Holobinko, Noah Lightner, Kai Holman 2 hits each; Jared Hardesty HR.

FOP: Cameron Dorsey, Cory Giffin 2 hits each.

National Minor League

Western Maryland 12, Aladdin 8

Western: Howie Robinson 3 hits, 3-run HR; Mikey Witmer 2 hits.

Aladdin: Brandon Longerbeam, Ryan Atwood 2 hits each.

South Mountain Little League

AA Division

Post 10 10, Castle’s Auto Body 8

Post 10: Blake Biegler, Cody Rinehart, Lucas Hutzell, John Nadzam, Caleb Stamper 2 hits each.

Castle’s: Dalton Martz, Damion Fravel, Joel Rpskowinski, Tevyn Sowers 2 hits each.

Valley Little League

9-10 Division

Collins’ Appliance 4, Ground Envy 4

Collins’: Wyatt Roof, Josh Black 2 hits each.

Ground Envy: Dawson Rinehart, Brady Baile 2 hits.

7-8 Division

BJ Builders 7, Karz 5

Karz: Louis Lindsey, Jared Winders, Christian Wilson 2 hits each.

West End Little League

Stags 12, Western Enterprise 0

Stags: Will Grove no-hitter, 9 Ks; Stevie Billman, Dylan Moats HR each.



YOUTH SOFTBALL

Halfway Little League

Four Star 12, Jefferson Hurricanes 2

Four Star: Trinity Schlotterbeck no-hitter, 2 hits; Jasmine Yost 3 hits; Kaitlyn Yost, Kaya Jackson 2 hits each.

Sharpsburg Junior League

C&C Construction 24, Jefferson County 7

C&C: Carley Cline 9 Ks; Hannah Knight, Elizabeth Longerbeam, Tori Trzaska 3 hits each.

Sharpsburg Minor League

Restorations Unlimited 6, Fotta’s Photography 5

Restorations: Madison Wade 5 hits; Alexa Kretzer, Sylvie Downin, Emma Wade 4 hits each.

Fotta’s: Bri Pittsnogle 2 hits.



ADULT SOFTBALL

Washington County Co-Rec

Majestic Motors 15, Northwestern 9

Majestic: Todd Smith, Billie Bedregal 4 hits each; Ryan Mozingo 3 hits.

Budweiser 22, Weller’s 12

Budweiser: Orland Dean, Sue Borland, Tony Nalley 4 hits each.

3,000 Club 25, 304 Mafia 22



BRIEF

5K-9 Race on Friday

The 5K-9 Race (3.1 miles) and 1-mile Whisker Walk will be held Friday evening at the future home of the Cumberland Valley Animal Shelter at 5051 Letterkenny Road West in Chambersburg, Pa.

Registration begins at 5:30 p.m., the run starts at 6:30 and the walk begins at 7.

Entry fees are $30 for the run and $10 for the walk. All proceeds will benefit the CVAS Rallying to Relocate campaign.

For information, visit the CVAS’s website at www.cvas-pets.org or call 717-263-5791.

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