Area roundup

June 12, 2012

Tuesday, June 12, 2012


Conococheague Little League

Post 202 10, Redmen 6

Post: Maddux Grove 2 hits, HR, 6 RBIs; Justin Taylor 2 hits.

Redmen: Andrew Sheffler 2 hits, HR; Ryan Sharer, Alonzo Coleman HR each; Ryan Greene 9 Ks.

Federal Little League

Alsatia 14, Kiwanis 3

Alsatia: Bryant Shives, Michael Keats 3 hits each; Andrew Hilker 2 hits, Jake Connor HR.

Kiwanis: Camden Casey, Ben Caldwell 2 hits each.


Maugansville Junior League 

Shawley’s 25, Spicher’s 5

Shawley’s: Ethan Schultz, Devin Corley, Cory Sprankle 3 hits each; Michael Stevens, Jay Forrest, Nathan Harrell 2 hits each.

Spicher’s: Brandon Moore 2 hits.

Shawley’s 13, Columbia Bank 2

Shawley’s: Jay Forrest, Michael Stevens 3 hits each; Josh Miller, Clay Forrest 2 hits each.

Sharpsburg Minor League

Knights of the Turntable 13, Nutters 12

Knights: Todd Dunkin 3 hits, 3 RBIs; Ryan Obitts 2 hits.

Nutters: Alexis Reel 2 hits.

Smithsburg Little Sluggers

Minor Division

Phil & Jerry’s 10, Total Lube 9

Phil & Jerry’s: Derek Seeders, Roger Clark, Chris Rauser, Clayton Fazenbaker, Donovan Seeders 2 hits each.

Total Lube: Michael Griffith 2 hits.

Valley Little League

9-10 Division

BJ Customs 16, Ground Envy 15

Ground Envy: Dawson Rinehart 4 hits; Frankie Corsi 3 hits; Brady Martin 2 hits.


Mason Dixon Summer League

South 82, Smithsburg 55

South: Devon King 22 points.

Greencastle 78, Williamsport 45

Greencastle: Zach Faulkner 19 points.

Goretti 43, Washington 41

Goretti: Martin Beden 22 points.

TJ 60, H&H 51

TJ: Kendle Pittz 16 points.


Beaver Creek players win

SILVER SPRING, Md. — Bernie Deane and Steve Ligi represented Beaver Creek Country Club with a victory on Tuesday in the Washington Metro Golf Association Four Ball Championship.

Deane and Ligi combined for an 8-under-par 62 on the 6,300-yard Argyle Country Club course. They won the event by one stroke.

Beaver Creek’s Chuck Thatcher and Chris Taylor shot a 67.

In the Senior Four Ball event, Beaver Creek’s Ken Kasai and Bill Calhoun were second with a 69 and Finley Benjiman and Bill Kushay tied for third with a 70.

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