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March 02, 2013

Saturday, March 2, 2013

COLLEGE BASEBALL

HCC 7-7, Alfred State 4-2

Tanner Partlow threw a complete game with seven strikeouts in the second game of Hagerstown Community College’s doubleheader sweep of Alfred State.

Tyler Walter and Garrett Sprankle each had two hits and an RBI, while Drew DeShong and Dylan Dunn drove in two runs apiece for the Hawks (3-1) in the second game.

In the first game, Cooper Ayres had three hits and two RBIs and Jordan Nicewarner drove in three runs for HCC. DeShong and Dunn each had two hits.

Game 1
Alfred State    000    400    0    —    4    11    2
HCC    003    040    x    —    7    11    0
Soloman, Mehaffy (6) and Hierlwimmer. Schaeffer, Eyler (5) and Dunn. WP — Eyler (2-0). LP — Soloman.
Game 2
Alfred State    011    000    0    —    2    9    1
HCC    200    500    x    —    7    8    1
Caldwell, Golembiewski (4) and Padley. Partlow and Dunn. WP — Partlow (1-0). LP — Golembiewski.

Millersville 12-1, Shepherd 1-6

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — Ryan Messina hit a grand slam to cap Shepherd University’s five-run sixth inning of the nightcap to hand Millersville a loss for a doubleheader split on Saturday at Fairfax Field. The Marauders won 12-1 in opener.

Chad Murphy had an RBI double in the first and a run-scoring single in the sixth for the Rams (2-6).

James Buchanan graduate Josh McCauley allowed a run while striking out 10 over 6 2/3 innings for the Rams.

In the opener, Jeff Heisey went 2-for-4 with five RBIs, including a grand slam in a nine-run fifth, to lead Millersville.



COLLEGE SOFTBALL

HCC 10-5, Alfred State 8-6

Kayla Ewing went 6-for-8 on the day as Hagerstown Community College opened its season with a doubleheader split against Alfred State.

Ewing was 4-for-4 in the first game as the Hawks rapped out 20 hits. Shayla Murray and Candace Horchner both went 3-for-4, while Morgan Purdham picked up the win.

Ewing went 2-for-4 in the second game, including a two-run homer in the seventh inning as the Hawks tried to rally from a 6-3 deficit. Sarah Mullin went 3-for-4 and Hayley Thorn added two hits for the Hawks (1-1).

Game 1
Alfred State    102    230    0    —    8    12    0
HCC    004    420    x    —    10    20    3
Slentz and Potter. Purdham and Ewing. WP — Purdham (1-0). LP — Slentz.
Game 2
Alfred State    020    220    0    —    6    7    1
HCC    200    100    2    —    5    9    3
Swain and Anderson. Mullins and Ewing. WP — Swain. LP — Mullin. HR — AS: Moiser (2nd, none on), Gustin (2nd, none on); H: Ewing (7th, one on).

Bloomsburg 5-3, Shepherd 1-6

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — Elisa Orlandi homered and Savannah Snyder hit a two-run shot to lead Shepherd University to a win in the nightcap and a split of a doubleheader with Bloomsburg.



COLLEGE TRACK

Horning places 8th at nationals

LUBBOCK, Texas — Hagerstown Community College sophomore Brandon Horning placed eighth in the men’s 1,000-meter run Saturday at the NJCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships at Texas Tech University.

Horning, a South Hagerstown graduate, achieved a personal-best time of 2 minutes, 33.43 seconds.



BOYS BASKETBALL

Broadfording 63, IMG Institute 38

ERIE, Pa. — Mo Sallah had 15 points, 14 rebounds and five blocked shots to lead Broadfording the Division 2 title at the National Christian Schools Athletic Association tournament.

Moni Anderson had 17 points and six rebounds, Isaiah Daniels had 15 points and four rebounds and Cisco Silva had eight points and eight rebounds for the Lions (29-8).



SEMI-PRO FOOTBALL

Maryland Outlaws 34, Howard County 0

ELKRIDGE, Md. — The Maryland Outlaws opened their 2013 season with a shutout victory over the Howard County Piranhas on Feb. 23.

Shawn Clement and Keith Brown ran for touchdowns, and Davis Green and Troy McFarland each recovered a blocked punt in the end zone for scores for the Outlaws. Andrew Lindsey threw a 15-yard touchdown pass to JaRowan Johnson. Domanick Wes added a two-point conversion run.



YOUTH BASKETBALL

Boonsboro Area Boys League

Grades 5-6 Tournament

Wildcats 27, Terps 21

Wildcats: Wright 8, Harshman 8, Lerch 2, Hubbard 7, Schmidt 2.

Terps: Osmond 4, Haga 4, Arnold 4, Reed 6, Bidle 2, Johnson 1.

Runnin’ Rebels 31, Tar Heels 25

Rebels: Baker 10, Dorsey 6, Alexander 6, Wescott 5, Holobinko 4.

Tar Heels: C. Norris 9, Clark 7, Grim 5, Runkles 4.

Grades 3-4 semifinal

Gators 30, Rebels 24

Gators: Gordon 6, Rinehart 4,Bradshaw 10, Haney 10.

Rebels: Mckevitt 2, Stotelmeyer 10, Soto 4, Watts 2, Weir 6.

Washington County Middle School League

8th grade

Boonsboro 47, Western Heights 38

Boonsboro: Bowles 2, Elzie 2, Mahoney 7, Penn 20, Reese 2, Saunders 6, Wells 8.

Western Heights: Roman 6, Gantt 14, Aikens 6, Wetzel 10, Simington 2.

7th grade playoffs

Northern  Middle 44, Boonsboro 30

Northern Middle: Shives 15, Stubbs 8, Waters 6, Carroll 6, Tribble 3, Sprecher 2, Shatzer 2, Carbaugh 2.

Boonsboro: Penn 6, Nikirk 6, Holder 6, B. Smith 4, Myers 4, Bare 2, Kidwell 2.

Clear Spring 48, Broadfording 29

Clear Spring: Lazich 24, Michael 7, von Philp 4, Myers 4, Kelley 3, Hose 2, Eby 2, Kees 2.

Broadfording: Gettel 16, Durst 11, Campagna 2.

6th Grade

Boonsboro 47, Smithsburg 27

Boonsboro: Hartle 3, Shank 8, Martin 2, Noland 4, Feister 6, Humbel 4, Crampton 4, Zinaich 3, Barbour 8, DeRocher 4, Kalagher 1.

Smithsburg: Miller 8, Hejduk 7, McCuin 4, Owen 5, Cuevas 2, Rummel 1.

U12 Boys Travel

West Frederick 57, Hagerstown Hawks 53

MYBA championship

Hagerstown Hawks: Baker 19, Bowers 6, Fowlkes 14, Harris 5, Johnson 3, Tchoua 6.



BRIEF

Tavern softball team sought

The Pinesburg Saturday Tavern League is seeking one more team for the upcoming season. All teams play doubleheaders each Saturday. Any team interested in joining the league should contact Gary Lum at 301-790-3960.

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