Advertisement

HCC drops a pair to Mercyhurst

March 24, 2013

Sunday, March 24, 2013

COLLEGE BASEBALL

Mercyhurst North East played solid defense and had timely hitting in sweeping a doubleheadeer from Hagerstown Community College on Sunday. Mercyhurst won the first game 8-1 and the second game 6-3, and did not commit an error in either.

Mercyhurst broke open the first game with a six-run sixth inning to break a 1-1 tie. Eric Schanzenberger had a pair of hits for HCC (16-11).

In the second game, the Hawks bolted to a 3-1 lead in the second inning, but Mercryhurst came back with three runs in the fifth and a pair in the sixth, sending HCC pitcher Tanner Partlow to his first loss of the year after four wins.

Devin Schaeffer had two RBIs for the Hawks.

Game 1
Mercyhurst    001    006    1    —    8    11    0
HCC    100    000    0    —    1    3    1
Stokes and Brooks. Deshong, Ayres (6), Walter (7) and Dunn. SP—Stokes. LP—Deshong (1-2)
Game 2
Mercyhurst    010    032    0    —    6    6    0
HCC    030    000    0    —    3     4    3
Pitzulo and Grober. Partlow, Eyler (5) and Dunn. WP—Pitzulo. LP—Partlow (4-1).


COLLEGE SOFTBALL

Shepherd swept by Notre Dame

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — Shepherd was swept by Notre Dame College (7-11) in a doubleheader Sunday, falling 7-3 win in the first game and 11-3 in the nightcap.

Tayler Schaefer had an RBI double and Jess Mason hit an RBI single for the Rams in the first game.

In the second game for Shepherd (9-15), Bianca Biondillo and Shanan Plunkett had two hits apiece.


BOYS LACROSSE

Heights 13, Saint James 3

POTOMAC, Md. — Jake Thompson had two goals for Saint James in a loss to the The Heights School on Saturday.

Austin Fahey had a goal and Kyle Neale had an assist for the Saints (1-2).


GIRLS TENNIS

Saint James 5, Bishop Walsh 0

at CUMBERLAND, Md.

Singles — 1. Sarah DeWitt (SJ) d. Aubrey Courtney, 6-1, 6-0; 2. Candice Yang (SJ) d. Katherine Swyer, 6-4,5-7,7-5.

Doubles — 1. Siddiqui/Faridi(SJ) d. Workmeister/Dunn, 6-0, 6-2; 2. McKelvie/Thomas (SJ) d. Coffman/Yang, 6-0, 6-0; 3. Samans/Khokhar (SJ) d. Digman/Sensabaugh, 6-0 6-0.


YOUTH SOCCER

FCYSL U14 Girls

HAYSL Liberty 2, CSSC Vipers 0

Liberty: Alex El-Mohandes, Ashley Kubala goal each; Cara Burgan assist; Madison Gaines save.

HAYSL U13/16 Girls

HAYSL Storm 3, HAYSL Orange 1

Storm: Taylor Martina 2 goals; Erica Metz goal; Taylor Norris, Tyra Martina assist each; Morgan Norris 8 saves.

HAYSL U16 Coed

HAYSL-H3 3, HAYSL-H2 0        

H3: Deigo Munoz, Dominic Rohr goal, assist each; Rion Murray goal; Ethan Murray assist; Alex Lund 3 saves.

FCYSL U12 Girls travel

PVYA Thunder 3, HAYSL Blaze 1   

Blaze: Amy Kessler goal; Gracie Nigh, Hannah Parmenter 2 saves each.

HAYSL Misfits 6, CYACS 3

Misfits: Aleks Freeman 3 goals; Madison Mertz 2 goals; Mimi Ortitz goal; Katie Li 7 saves; Mackenzie Giffen 5 saves.

HAYSL U12 Girls

BAYSL Boonsboro 2, HAYSL Orange Cobras 1     

Cobras: Emily Alexander goal; Elizabeth Shank assist; Gracie Nigh 4 saves; Hannah Parmenter 3 saves.

HAYSL Neon Pickles 2, BAYSO Team One 1   

Neon Pickles: Katarina Storch 2 goals; Emily Askin, Kenzie Wincovitch assist each; Glendy Lemus 2 saves; Emily Burzinski save.

HAYSL U13/17 Girls

HAYSL Pink 4, HAYSL Red 0

Pink: Sarah Kubala 2 goals; April Robinson, Jordan Carpenter goal each.

Red: Madison Gaines 2 saves.

Advertisement

YOUTH BASKETBALL

Unfinished Business goes 1-2 in pool play at Super Regional

HARRISBURG, Pa. — Unfinished Business, a 15U boys team based in Hagerstown, went 1-2 in pool play at the AAU Super Regional.

On Sunday, Corey Hart had 20 points, James Brooks had 13 and Malik Carey had 10 for Unfinished Business in an 82-78 loss to Wall 2 Wall of Allentown, Pa.

On Saturday, Unfinished Business routed the Chesapeake Bay Breakers (Anne Arundel County, Md.) 61-18 and lost to the Northern Kings (Ontario, Canada) 68-46.

Hawks finish second

DISTRICT HEIGHTS, Md. — The Hagerstown Hawks U-12 boys team finished second in the Flames March Madness tournament. They defeated the the DC Heat 65-38, the Southern MD Heat 61-44, and The Classics 46-29. The Hawks’ only loss came against the NSBC Rampage (Morgantown, W.Va.) 72-66.

The Herald-Mail Articles
|
|
|