Warriors slug their way past Wildcats

May 03, 2012

Thursday, May 3, 2012


WILLIAMSPORT — Boonsboro returned from Wednesday’s game suspended by rain and let loose with the bats for a six-inning, 13-1 MVAL Antietam win over Williamsport on Thursday.

Riley Stephenson had a two-run home run in the fifth and Brian Cibula added a three-run home run in the sixth for Boonsboro (8-9, 6-6). Gunnar Whipp and Scott Bennett had two doubles each and Stephenson drove in four runs.

Zach Lucas hit a solo home run for Williamsport (9-8, 6-6) in the first inning Wednesday before the game was halted.

Boonsboro    110    623    0    —    13    12    2
Williamsport    100    000    0    —    1    2    3
Cibula, Bennett (4), Hardy (6) and Gregory. Colliflower, Sauble (4), Boward (6) and Byers. WP — Cibula. LP — Colliflower (3-2). HR — B: Cibula (6th, two on); Stephenson (5th, one on). W: Lucas (1st, none on).

St. Maria Goretti 16, MSD 1

FREDERICK, Md. — Josh Moats had two hits and drove in three runs, and the Gaels scored six runs in the second inning and 10 in the third to overwhelm Maryland School for the Deaf.

Taylor Litzinger had two hits and two RBIs for Goretti (12-12).

Goretti    06(10)    00    —    16    9    1
MSD    010    00    —    1    2    3
Davidson and Proctor. Gore, Johnson (2), Barron (3) and Grindstaff. WP — Davidson (4-0). LP — Gore.

Sidwell Friends 5, Saint James 4

ST. JAMES — Ryan Abbott had two hits and an RBI for Saint James, but Sidwell Friends scored the winning run in the top of the seventh to earn the Mid-Atlantic Conference victory.

Brett Vitkun, Garrett Blank and Bobby Brennan had an RBI each for the Saints (7-12, 3-8).

Sidwell    004    000    1    —    5    9    0
Saint James    004    000    0    —    4    7    2
Freidman Plebami (4) and Brown. Holland and Blank. WP — Plebami. LP — Holland.

Mercersburg 3, Martinsburg 2

MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Pat Lien took care of enough offense to lead Mercersburg Academy over Martinsburg.

Lien smacked a two-run home run in the fifth inning that broke a 1-1 tie. Lien’s blast was his fourth of the year. He also drove in a run with a sacrifice fly in the third.

Chris Thomas picked up the win with 5 1/3 innings and Matt McMahon got his eighth save for the Blue Storm (18-3).

Martinsburg    001    001    0    —    2    8    1
Mercersburg    001    020    x    —    3    9    3
Snow, Miller (5) and Shrout. Thomas, McMahon (6) and Wastler. WP — Thomas (6-1). LP — Snow.  HR — Merc: Lien (5th, one on).

CVCS 9, Grace Academy 4

Peter Hykes had two hits and an RBI for Grace Academy in a loss to Cumberland Valley Christian.

Cole Helman had two stolen bases and scored a run for the Knights (3-11).

CVCS    150    102    0    —    9    17    2
Grace    003    001    0    —    4    8    2
Binkley, Hykes (3) and Buwalda. LP — Binkley (1-3).


Mercersburg 7, Jefferson 7

Mercersburg: Boo Jordan, A.J. Otis 2 hits each.


Waynesboro 5, Chambersburg 3

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Kaelyn Ashway had three hits, including an RBI double, and Waynesboro scored three runs in the first inning and never trailed in an upset victory over Chambersburg (9-10).

Cheyenne Henning and Megan Baker each had two hits and Henning drove in a run for the Maidens (4-11).

Waynesboro    300    100    1    —    5    12    2
Chambersburg    000    200    1    —    3    6    0
Beamer and Henning. Shearer, Murphy (4) and Shaak. WP — Beamer. LP — Shearer.

Greencastle 19, Camp Hill 2

CAMP HILL, Pa. — Kelsey Brewbaker hurled a two-hitter with six strikeouts to lead Greencastle-Antrim in a four-inning rout of Camp Hill.

Brewbaker helped her own cause with four hits, including a home run in the first, and two RBIs. Michaela Ensminger had two triples and Jenna Crunkleton, Rachel Kline, Amanda Wink and MacKenzie Gayman each added a double for the Blue Devils (14-5).

Greencastle    444    7    —    19    14    1
Camp Hill    101    0    —    2    2    1
Brewbaker and Hoffman. Group, Newan and Schultz. WP — Brewbaker (2-1). LP — Group. HR — G: Brewbaker (1st, none on).


Hubs trail North Carroll

North Carroll led North Hagerstown 5-2 with 3:40 remaining in the first quarter before the game was suspended by a thunderstorm.

The Hubs and Panthers are tentatively scheduled to resume play Friday night at 6 at Mike Callas Stadium.

Alex Unger put North up 1-0 just over a minute into the game. North Carroll's Jake Evan tied the game at 1-1 shortly after.

Brandon Brown gave the Hubs a 2-1 lead off of a Reed Jimenez assist, but consecutive goals by the Panthers' Logan Ewen gave North Carroll a 3-2 lead.

Luke Gonzalez and Kevin Lath each scored for North Carroll to give the Panthers a 5-2 advantage before the game's suspension.

— Brett Nieves

Boonsboro tied with Manchester Valley

BOONSBORO — The Boonsboro/Manchester Valley game was suspended by thunderstorms with the game tied at 1 with 8:25 remaining in the first quarter.

The game is tenatively scheduled to be finished Friday afternoon at 5 at Boonsboro.

Caleb Jardeleza scored with 10:53 left in the period to give the Warriors the lead.

Manchester Valley’s Brendan Krivak answered two minutes later before the game was suspended.

— Will Robinson


Highland 18, Saint James 13

WARRENTON, Va. — Madison Fahey had five goals and two assists, and Margaret Bacon added four goals and an assist for Saint James in a loss to Highland School.

Heather Deiner had two goals, Lena Tilsworth had a goal and three assists, and Kerri Kline added a goal and an assist for the Saints (7-5). Maddie Guillard had an assist and Becca Murphy made two interceptions on defense.

Mercersburg 16, Foxcroft 7

MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Maddy Shearer had four goals and Jordan Shihadeh and Hanna Warfield each added three goals as Mercersburg Academy defeated Foxcroft.

Meredith Wallace and Natalie Burkardt each had two goals and Ellie Clark and Gabby Cuzzola also scored for the Blue Storm (5-8). Warfield, Alyson Kinney and Woodli Krutek each had an assist. Syd Godbey made nine saves amd Megan Lafferty made three saves.


North Hagerstown 4, South Hagerstown 1

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

Doubles — 1. Clay Smith/Nik Grahn (NH) d. George Canova/Hunter Gift, 6-4, 4-6, 6-3; 2. Rose/Winston (SH) d. Eastman/Lyle, 6-3, 3-6, 7-5; 3. Connor Troxell/Teddy Beachley (NH) d. Brady Nutter/Dallas Rhoades, 6-0, 6-1.

Records: North 12-5, 11-3; South 3-12, 2-9.

Sidwell Friends 5, Saint James 2


Singles — 1. Boudi El Gohary (SJ) d. Eliot Faust, 10-5; 2. Emmett Orfan (SJ) d. Avikar Dovil, 10-5; 3. David Katzman (SF) d. Hussein Faridi, 10-4; 4. Matt Nolan (SF) d. Chester Collins, 10-2.

Doubles — 1. Turner Kim/Aaron Fernandez (SF) d. Jeff Lee/James Chang, 10-3; 2. Mark Betts/Curtis Crooke (SF) d. Thomas Rocca/Scotty Manesh, 11-10 (4); 3. Teddy Wessel/Matt Katzman (SF) d. Donghyun Kim/Daniel Pike, 10-8.


North Hagerstown 4, South Hagerstown 1

Singles — 1. Mollie Johnson (NH) d. Maddie Niang, 6-1, 6-1; 2. Alisha Adkins (SH) d. Maddie Dunn, 6-3, 6-4.

Doubles — 1. Kelli Wright/Sam Roberts (NH) d. Jessica Madden/Taylor Nuse, 6-0, 6-0; 2. Rachel Greenwald/Rebecca Raible (NH) d. Lisa Shuler/Grace Porter, 6-3, 6-1; 3. Emily Irwin/Ashleigh McCoy (NH) d. Elena Young/Nicole Goodnough, 6-0, 6-0.

Records: North 13-4, 12-2; South 1-14, 1-10.


American Little League

Funkstown 10, Goodwill 3

Funkstown: Brycen Winters save, 2 Ks.

Conococheague Little League

Redmen 20, Lions 7

Redmen: Evan Wright, Ryan Sharer 3 hits, HR each; Ryan Greene, Alonzo Coleman 3 hits each; Travis Hebert 2 hits.

Lions: Trenton Von Phelp 3 hits; Alex Avey 2 hits.

Post 202 12, Broad Run Construction 1

Post 202: Nick Franklin 3 hits, HR; Maddux Grove 2 hits; Dalton Blundell 7 Ks.

Broad Run: Bryce Romsberg 2 hits.

Conococheague Minor League

Valley Storage 10, Tony’s Pizza 0

Valley: Kaleb Albright 2 hits, 9 Ks; Rylee Cutter 2 hits.

Federal Little League

Funkstown Legion 12, Kiwanis 0

Funkstown: Seamus Murray 2 hits, 5 RBIs; Bailey Claudy 2 hits.

Hagerstown PONY League

Goodwill 3, UAW 2

Goodwill: Justin Smith 12 Ks; Colton Repp 2 hits.

UAW: Ryan Downes 12 Ks.

Eagles 5, Firefighters 0

Eagles: Austin Jones 7 Ks.

Firefighters: Logan Taulton 8 Ks.

Halfway Little League

Valley 12, Gehr 1

Valley: Bret Artz 3 hits; Shane Roberts 2 hits.

Halfway Minor League

Hopewell 6, Redmen 1

Hopewell: Eric Reedy, Jared Snow, Kristian Holloway 2 hits each.

Junior Interleague

Valley Post 211 14, Maugansville Shawley’s 2

Post 211: Ryan Kolich 3 hits; Zach Prather, Tyler Moser, Cole Huntzberry, Tanner Rohrer, Jared Durning 2 hits each.

Maugansville Minor League

Allegheny Glass Cubs 7, Nightlife Cardinals 6

Cubs: Damon Rideout, C.J. Hart 3 hits each; Isaiah Horton, Even Wray 2 hits each.

Cardinals: Ethan Caudo 3 hits; Sterling Ebersole, Tanner Bartles, Jordan Wilson 2 hits each.

National Little League


AMVETS: Corban Luna 3 hits, HR.

FOP: Kaleb Sis 2 hits.

Smithsburg Little Sluggers

Cal Ripken League

First Secure Shred 14, JJ’s Landscaping 3

First Secure: Jake Neff, Hunter Baker 3 hits each; Joey Leisinger, Dalton Taylor, Jason Leisinger, Kent Geyer, Jonathon Hilderbrand, Lance DeGrange 2 hits each.

JJ’s: Matthew Summers, Cameron Rejonis 2 hits each.

Rookie League

Brocroft Kennels 15, Basement Barber Shop 5

Brocroft: Chase Cohen 4 hits, 2 HRs, 6 RBIs; Leo Worton 4 hits; Domenic Rucci, Jacob Shiffler 3 hits each; Brady Foor, Cayden Quirion, Zack Sarber 2 hits each; Dominick Jerrell HR.

Basement: Liam Abbott, Logan Jiron, Jack Gertz, Darien Jones 2 hits each.

South Mountain Little League

AA Division

South Moutain Creamery 7, Castles 4

South Mountain: Joseph Zabrucky, Nathaniel Goldstein, Paige Smith 2 hits each.

Castles: Dalton Martz 2 hits.

Valley Little League

9/10 Division

Collins’ Appliance 9, Lions 4

Collins’: Wyatt Roof, Ryan Jones 2 hits each.

Bowers Insurance 7, BJ Customs 0

Bowers: John Carter 12 Ks; John Rhinehart 2 hits.

West End Little League

AFL-CIO 12, Stags 2

AFL-CIO: Alaric Hickman 2 hits, HR; Will Stoey 2 hits.


Girls U-13

Boonsboro 14, St. John’s 11

Boonsboro: Abbigale Harrah 4 goals; Caroline Brunelle 3 goals, assist; Juel Selby 3 goals; Maggie Luzier 2 goals, 3 assists; Makenna Luzier 2 goals; Samantha Pizarro 10 saves.


Kevin Jones to sign autographs

Kevin “KJ” Jones will appear at the Martinsburg Mall for an autograph signing Saturday from 2 to 4 p.m.

Jones, a West Virginia basketball star, helped lead the Mountaineers to their first Big East tournament championship and Final Four appearance in more than 50 years.

He joined Jerry West as the only Mountaineers who amassed more than 1,700 points and 1,000 rebounds in their career.

Jones was named to the 2010-11 All-Big East First Team and to several All-American teams.

For additional information contact Collectibles Etc. at 304-776-0020.

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