West End 10-11 wins in clutch

July 16, 2012
  • The Tri-State Junior Golf Association made its second stop of the season on Monday at Black Rock Country Club. Left to right are sponsor Susan Reeder of One Love Fellowship, age 12-13 winner Noah Reeder, Max Bell (14-15), Adam Poulson (16-18) and Black Rock Director of Golf Darrell Whittington.
By Joe Crocetta/Staff Photographer

Monday, July 16, 2012


CAMBRIDGE, Md. — Xavier Dominguez had three hits, including a game-tying grand slam and a game-winning two-run double, as West End defeated Brunswick 12-11 in a winners’ bracket semifinal at the Maryland State 10-11 Little League Tournament.

West End will face Berlin — last year’s 9-10 state champions — in the winners’ bracket final tonight at 5:30.

The semifinal was started Sunday, with West End holding a 5-0 lead with one out in the top of the second inning when rain forced a suspension. By the end of the top of the second on Monday, Brunswick had scored nine runs for a 9-5 lead.

Dominguez’s grand slam in the fourth tied the game at 9, and Chase McCoy’s RBI single gave West End a 10-9 lead.

Brunswick scored twice in the top of the fifth for an 11-10 lead, but Dominguez came up big again in the bottom half, with his double giving West End the lead back for good.

Joseph Ringus saw to that, pitching a perfect sixth inning to wrap up the victory.
McCoy finished with two hits for West End.

Rally at Valley 7-8


Federal 19, Hancock 9

Federal: Trae Grove 3 hits; Ryan Talbert, Myles Keats 2 hits each.

Hancock: Dane Harvey, Zach Price 2 hits each.


Washington Co. Co-Rec League

J.L. Davis Funeral Home 15, Miller Lite 5

J.L.: Tyler McKenzie 4 hits; Brad Williams, Cody Blickenstaff, Cindy Barnhart, Sondra Miller 3 hits each.

Washington Co. Senior League

FOP 24, Terry Toms Re/Max 11

FOP: Ron Gentile, Tom Ressler, Lew McIntyre, Rick Short 4 hits each.


Tri-State Junior Golf Association

At Black Rock, Par 72

Age 16-18

Adam Poulson    37-35—72
Kyle Huntzberry    38-37—75
Austin Green    35-40—75
Ryan Crabtree    36-40—76
Niklas Steiner    38-39—77
Aaron Staley    39-40—79
Shane Fritts    40-40—80
Kurtis Heaton    38-42—80
Shane Cleverly    41-40—81
Chris Hafner    40-42—82
Chad Shindle    39-43—82
Drew Miguel    38-45—83
Patrick Burgess    42-42—84
Robert Fleming    38-47—85
Christian Grosh    40-47—87
Sam Robertson    42-46—88
Devin Blackman    42-46—88
Ben Seibert    41-47—88
Lawson Boggs 41-49—90
Jason Moody    44-51—95
Joshua Shifflett    52-54—106

Age 14-15

Max Bell    35-38—73
Sam Romine    35-39—74
Jake Darr    39-42—81
Nick Franki    43-40—83
Jacob Shuff    43-45—88
Nathan Redmond    42-46—88
Jordan Tapley    41-49—90
Drew Jamison    46-51—97
Hunter Martin    45-52—97

Age 12-13 

Noah Reeder    41-44—85
Brett Baile    44-47—91
Vincent Steiner    47-49—96
Mason Kidwell    44-52—96
Alden Grosh    48-55—103
Brooks Grosh    49-59—108

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