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Miller, Gerhold are double-winners for Leopards

April 13, 2013

Saturday, April 13, 2013

PREP OUTDOOR TRACK

SMITHSBURG — Preston Miller and Emma Gerhold earned two victories and a second-place finish each for the host Leopards at Saturday’s Charles Heurich Invitational.

For the boys, Miller won the long jump (20 feet) and the shot put (41 feet, 7 inches) and was second in the triple jump (38-11). Zane Gardenhour also won the high jump, clearing 5-6 for Smithsburg.

For the girls, Gerhold won the 100 hurdles (18 seconds flat) and the pole vault in a jumpoff (10-0) and was second in the triple jump (30-9).

Other top-three finishes for the Smithsburg boys were Caleb Cardone (second in the 100, 11.68), Nate Craig (third in the 200, 23.36), Dan Pastwa (third in the 1,600, 4:56.22), Kyle Ebersole (third in the 110 hurdles, 17.83), Taylor Whitted (third in the pole vault, 9-6) and Justin Leveque (third in the long jump, 17-9 1/2).

Other top-three finishes for the Smithsburg girls were Haley Hartney (second in the 100 hurdles, 18.21), Gabby Reason (second in the 200, 26.95) and the 4x100 relay team (second in 53.97).

Washington won six events. For the girls, Devyn Hosby won the 100 (12.66) and the 200 (26.03) and was second in the 400 (58.84). For the boys, Connor Flinchum won the 110 hurdles (16.88) and 300 hurdles (43.93), Derrick Burnson won the 400 (51.27), and Adrian Baker won the pole vault (11-0).

Smithsburg finished second and Washington third out of seven teams in the boys standings, while the Patriots were third and the Leopards fourth out of five teams in the girls standings.

Don Boyer Invitational

MIDDLETOWN, Md. — Boonsboro athletes won two events, while Jefferson’s boys won the team title on Saturday.

For Boonsboro’s girls, who finished fifth out of 16 teams, Sarah Zielinski won the 3,200 in 11:17.74. Maggie Sullivan was second in the 300 hurdles (48.04) and third in the 100 hurdles (15.31), and the Warriors were third in the 4x400 relay (4:20.39).

For Boonsboro’s boys, Gerick Allen won the discus (150-0) and Nick Seabright was second in the triple jump (41-0 1/4) and third in the 110 hurdles (15.64).

The Cougars won five events en route to the boys team title. Dante Price won the 100 (10.75) and 200 (22.02). Ryan Graf won the 3,200 (9:43.39), Martinez Grant won the long jump (21-5) and Jefferson also won the 4x100 relay (43.71).



COLLEGE BASEBALL

Essex 6-1, HCC 5-11

Hagerstown Community College fell behind 5-0 in the opener of a doubleheader and fell one run short of a comeback in a 6-5 loss to Essex, but the Hawks rebounded to club 12 hits in a five-inning 11-1 victory in the nightcap.

Trailing 6-3 in the seventh inning of the opener, HCC (25-18) loaded the bases with no outs on two walks and a hit batter, and Dylan Dunn’s RBI single made it 6-4. The Hawks then hit two straight lineouts to short. Dylan Schaeffer walked to make it 6-5, but a flyout ended the game.

Eric Schanzenbacher had two hits and an RBI, and Garrett Sprankle also had two hits in the opener for HCC.

Drew DeShong, Dunn and Schaeffer each had two hits and two RBIs in the nightcap, while Schanzenbacher and Keith Johnson each had two hits and drove in a run. Sprankle drove in two. Trey Kirby (4-1) pitched a five-inning three-hitter with three strikeouts.

Game 1
Essex    113    000    1    —    6    10    1
Hagerstown    003    000    2    —    5    8    3
Allen, Deickman (6), Romans (7) and Davis. Partlow, Rose (6) and Dunn. WP — Allen. LP — Partlow (7-2). S — Romans.
Game 2
Essex    100    00    —    1    3    3
Hagerstown    037    01    —    11    12    0
Kirkman, Pickeral (3) and Davis. Kirby and Johnson. WP — Kirby (4-1). LP — Kirkman.



PREP BASEBALL

St. Maria Goretti 1-6, NOVA Lions 0-1    

St. Maria Goretti received strong pitching in sweeping a doubleheader from the NOVA Lions in the Old Line Baseball League.

In an opening 1-0 win, Casey Bartholomew allowed only a first-inning double, struck out four and picked up his first win.

The Gaels (5-9, 4-2) scored in the bottom of the fifth on a two-out rally with a walk, two hit batters and a fielding error for the victory.

In the second game, Kevin Proctor pitched a four-hitter and hit a solo home run in the fourth inning of Goretti’s 6-1 win.

Adam Blenckstone had two of Goretti’s seven hits, including a double.

Game 1
NOVA 000    00    —    0    1    2
Goretti    000    01    —    1    1    1
Workman and Farthing. Bartholomew and Jh. Moats. WP — Bartholomew (1-0). LP — Workman.
Game 2
NOVA 000    10    —    1    4    1
Goretti    102    21    —    6    7    1
Plateas and Farthing. Proctor and Jh. Moats. WP — Proctor (2-1). LP — Plateas. HR — G: Proctor (4th, none on).

Georgetown Day 3-4, Saint James 2-7

WASHINGTON — Georgetown Day and Saint James split a Mid-Atlantic Conference doubleheader, with Georgetown Day (3-4, 2-3) winning the opener 3-2 in 10 innings and the Saints claimng the second game 7-4.

Saint James (10-4, 5-3) got its bats working in the nightcap, as Nico Gentile finished 3-for-4 with two homers and four RBIs and Brett Vitkun went 2-for-3 with a solo homer. Tyler George (4-0) earned the win for Saint James on the mound.

Game 1
Saint James     000    011    000    0    —    2    4    2
Georgetown     001    001    000    1    —    3    7    2
Vitken, Wilson (9) and George, Blank (3). Stuart, Marshall (8) and Andrews. WP — Marshall. LP — Wilson (1-2).
Game 2
Georgetown     004    000    0    —    4    8    3
Saint James     022    300    x    —    7    8    1
Hannerfield, Delaney (7) and Andrews. George and Blank. WP — George (4-0). LP — Hannerfield. HR — SJ: Gentile 2 (2nd, none on; 4th, two on); Vitken (3rd, none on).

Chambersburg 6, Lower Dauphin 5

HUMMELSTOWN, Pa. — A sixth-inning single by Zane Stewart was the difference for the Trojans in a win over Lower Dauphin.

The Trojans (5-3) took a 5-2 lead with a four-run fourth inning, highlighted by a three-run double by Carlin Christian.

Lower Dauphin tied the game with a three-run fifth, but Jonathon Brown — who entered in the fifth inning — held the lead in the seventh to get the win for Chambersburg.

Matt Stonesifer and Logan Stonesifer each had two hits for the Trojans.

Chambersburg    010    401    0    —    6    8    0
Lower Dauphin    002    030    0    —    5    7    1
Plank, Brown (5) and Graham. Lingle, Perotti (4), Lewis (6) and Stafford. WP — Brown (1-0). LP — Perotti. HR — LD: Stein (3rd, none on), Light (3rd, none on).

Delone Catholic 2, Waynesboro 1

McSHERRYSTOWN, Pa. — Waynesboro locked into a pitchers’ duel with Delone Catholic and wound up on the short end with a one-run loss.

Alex Cline threw five innings with four strikeouts for Waynesboro (5-3), while Delone’s Dalton Haymaker went seven innings with seven strikeouts, along with two hits at the plate.

The Indians held a 1-0 lead before Delone took the lead in the fifth on a two-run single by Tanner Orndorff.

Waynesboro    001    000    0    —     1     3    2
Delone    000    020    x    —    2     4     0
Cline, Bryan (6) and Ingram. Haymaker and Roth. WP — Haymaker. LP — Cline (0-2).

Jefferson 9-10, Morgantown 4-11

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W. Va. — Brandt Petrie had four hits and three RBIs in the first game to lead Jefferson past Morgantown 9-4.

The Cougars (11-5) rallied with four runs in the fifth inning to take a 6-4 lead and make a winner out of reliever Brad Davis (3-1).

Morgantown rallied in the second game with a four-run seventh inning to tie it, then won it 11-10 in the top of the eighth.

After a five-run fourth inning, Jefferson (12-5) held a 10-6 lead.

Michael King had three hits for Jefferson and Will Oliver, Andrew King and Anthony DiAmerio each had two hits.

Game 1
Morgantown    002    200    0    —    4    7    1
Jefferson    002    043    x    —    9    11    1
WP — B. Davis (3-1). LP — Shorter. HR — M: Commodore.
Game 2
Morgantown    500    100    41    —    11    15    3
Jefferson    500    500    00    —    10    14    6
WP — Goodwin. LP — Jackson.

Bridgeport 8, Musselman 3
Wheeling Park 5, Musselman 3

BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. — In its first game played in the McDonald’s Clasic, Musselman outhit Bridgeport 9-6 but the winners took advantage of five walks.

Tyler Gross, Darrin Zombro and Jacob Whitmore had two hits each for the Applemen (13-6) against Bridgeport.

In the second game against Wheeling Park, a pair of Musselman errors led to five unearned runs.

Zombro had two of Musselman’s six hits.

Musselman    000    001    2    —    3    9    1
Bridgeport    022    040    x    —    8    6    2
WP — Schleuss. LP — Rhodes.

Musselman    000    102    0    —    3    6    2
Wheeling Park    200    300    x    —    5    6    0
WP — Kowalo. LP — Haman. HR — WP: Kowalo.

Mercersburg Academy 6-2, Blair Academy 5-7

BLAIRSTOWN, N.J. — Mercersburg split a Mid-Atlantic Prep League doubleheader with Blair Academy (6-2, 2-2).

Tiger Smith led the Blue Storm (11-2, 3-1) on the mound and at the plate in an opening 6-5 win, striking out seven over six innings and driving in three runs.

The nightcap was a different story, as Mercersburg’s offense struggled against Blair’s pitching in a 7-2 loss. Smith had had three hits and two RBIs. Mike Collins struck out five over five innings.

Game 1
Mercersburg    400    200    0    —    6    6    1
Blair    000    111    2    —    5    3    1
Smith, Collins (7) and Wastler. Gillis and Jacksic. WP — Smith (4-1) LP — Gillis. HR — B: Gillis (7th, one on).
Game 2
Blair    220    010    2    —    7    11    1
Mercersburg    000    002    0    —    2    4    2
S. Lubroski and Jacksic. Collins, Greenberger (6) and Wastler. WP — S. Lubroski. LP — Collins (4-1). HR — B: Sabino (1st, one on).



PREP SOFTBALL

Southern Fulton 5-5, Hancock 1-6

WARFORDSBURG, Pa. — Southern Fulton and Hancock split a doubleheader, with the Indians taking the first game 5-1 and the Panthers winning the nightcap 6-5.

Marley Elbin held Hancock hitless in the first game, striking out 11, for Southern Fulton (4-5).

Sarah Wagner had three hits for the Panthers (5-4) in the nightcap.

Maddie Mellott finished with two hits and an RBI for the Indians in the loss.

Game 1
Hancock     000    000    1    —    1    0    2
So. Fulton     040    010    X    —    5    3    3
Harvey and Martin. Elbin and Deneen. WP — Elbin. LP — Harvey.
Game 2
Hancock     110    110    2    —    6    5    3
So. Fulton     300    101    0    —    5    4    4
Demory and Martin. Elbin and Deneen. WP — Demory. LP — Elbin.

Delone Catholic 9, Waynesboro 1

McSHERRYSTOWN, Pa. — Waynesboro ran into hot-hitting Delone Catholic, who smacked 14 hits against the Maidens.

Kaelyn Ashway and Cheyenne Henning had two hits each for Waynesboro (4-4), which scored its lone run in the fourth inning.

Waynesboro    000    100    0    —    1    6    1
Delone    002    430    x    —    9    14    1
Harshman, Beamer (5) and Henning. Rickrode and McCleaf. WP — Rickrode. LP — Harshman. HR — D: Lockman (3rd, none on).

Blair Academy 5-16, Mercersburg Academy 0-1

BLAIRSTOWN, N.J. — Blair Academy held Mercersburg to one run total in a Mid-Atlantic Prep League doubleheader sweep.

Jadi Assad pitched a four-hitter with 12 strikeouts in the opener for Blair, a 5-0 victory. Blair had 20 hits in the second game — a 16-1 rout — led by Jill McKenna’s 4-for-4 effort.

Game 1
Mercersburg     000    000    0    —    0    4    2
Blair         000    005    X    —    5    9    0
Reath and Richardson. Assad and Drognardi. WP — Assad. LP — Reath.
Game 2
Blair         140    032    6    —    16    20    1
Mercersburg     001    000    0    —    1    5    6
Chrobock and Drognardi. Reath and Richardson. WP — Chrobrock. LP — Reath.



BOYS LACROSSE

Smithsburg 17, Boonsboro 2

SMITHSBURG — Josh Thomas had four goals and an assist, Garrett Ghafir had three goals and two assists, and Justin Beckley also scored three goals as Smithsburg rolled past Boonsboro in the MVAL Antietam.

Ryan Karroll had two goals and four assists, Garrett Brenk had two goals, Ryan Milligan had a goal and an assist, John Wagner and Travis Leopold had a goal each and Donavan Lawrence added two assists for the Leopards (4-3, 3-0). Zach Schaeffer made eight saves.

Reiker Bowles and Justin Jardeleza scored for Boonsboro (1-4, 0-1). Alex Pizarro made six saves.



GIRLS LACROSSE

Boonsboro 20, South Hagerstown 0

BOONSBORO — Claudia Jenkins had three goals and two assists, and Alex Green added three goals and an assist for Boonsboro in an MVAL Antietam victory over South (0-4).

Natalie Young and Taylor Mazelton each had two goals and an assist, and Kaitlyn Ridenour, Kianna Miller and Natalie Reeder each had two goals for the Warriors (2-3). Lily Funke had a goal and an assist, and Courtney Ridenour, Alexi Doak and Katie Sheridan each scored a goal.

Morgantown 15, St. Maria Goretti 9

The Gaels weren’t able to complete a comeback against Morgantown despite managing to outscore the Mohigans 6-4 in the second half.

Goretti (2-2) trailed 11-3 at halftime but picked it up offensively in the second half. Claire Murray led all Gaels scorers with four goals and Courtney Dorsey finished with three.

Jess Swarner and Jenna Katrina also scored for Goretti. Denise Wells made five saves.



BOYS TENNIS

Catoctin 4, South Hagerstown 1

Singles — 1. Kevin Henson (SH) d. Sam Swanson, 6-2, 6-2; 2. Aaron Scalese (C) d. Julian Miller, 6-3, 2-6, 6-0.

Doubles — 1. Colin Hertel/Tye Russell (C) d. Hunter Gift/Dallas Rhoades, 6-1, 6-3; 2. Will Dower/Mikel Wildasin (C) d. Gabe Campos/Vincent Hael, 6-1, 6-0; 3. Aaron Metheny/Jordan Hahn d. Matt Jones/Nathan Respass, 6-2, 6-4.

Records: Catoctin 4-3, 3-3; South 0-7, 0-6.

Saint James 6, Hedgesville 1

at ST. JAMES

Singles — 1. Efim Oykhman (SJ) d. Brett Harmon, 8-5; 2. Bill O’Leary (SJ) d. Anthony King, 9-7; 3. Chester Collins (SJ) d. Josh Tost, 8-3; 4. James Chang (SJ) d. Matt Smith, 8-2; 5. Daniel Pike (SJ) d. Daniel Rauch, 8-3.

Doubles — 1. Harmon/King (H) d. Oykhman/O’Leary, 8-5; 2. Austin Corace/Kaelin Thrasher (SJ) d. Sampagni/O’Connell, 8-3.

Record: Saint James 4-6.

Blair Academy 6, Mercersburg Academy 1

at BLAIRSTOWN, N.J.

Singles — 1. Jeremy Joachim (B) d. Pearce Bloom, 7-5, 1-6, 10-6 tiebreaker; 2. Graham Van Der Lee (B) d. Albert Lam, 3-6, 7-6 (4), 10-8 tiebreak; 3. Sam Loring (B) d. Elliot Hicks, 7-6 (5), 2-6, 15-13 tiebreak; 4. Andrew Litvin (B) d. Jason Cui, 6-2, 6-2; 5. Chris Cieszko (B) d. Oliver Zoeller, 6-2, 6-0; 6. John Huang (M) d. Michael Rich, 7-6 (4), 7-6 (3).

Doubles — 1. Joachim/ Loring (B) d. Bloom/Hicks, 8-3; 2. Van Der Lee/Cieszko (B) d. Lam/Cui, 8-5; 3. David Mascarenhas/Litvin (B) d. Zoeller/Ben LoPrimo, 8-3.

Record: Mercersburg Academy 1-5.



GIRLS TENNIS

South Hagerstown 5, Catoctin 0

Singles — 1. Alisha Adkins (SH) d. Bridey Puvel, 6-1, 6-0; 2. Maddy Niang (SH) d. Audrey Lindahl, 6-0, 6-1.

Doubles — 1. Nikki Goodnough/Grace Porter (SH) d. Whitney Wenmoth/Ally Delauter, 6-3, 6-2; 2. Taylor Nuse/Renee Williams (SH) d. Tyra Watkins/Alice Laamanen, 6-1, 6-3; 3. Libby Jackson/Elena Young (SH) d. Savannah Suter/Kayla Keegan, 6-4, 6-2.

Records: South 3-4, 3-3; Catoctin 2-5, 2-4.

Saint James 4, Hedgesville 3

at ST. JAMES

Singles — 1. Sarah DeWitt (SJ) d. Aisshu Saliya, 7-4, ret.; 2. Anna Bock (H) d. Candice Yang, 8-2; 3. Alexa Cincinnati (H) d. Evie Hammer, 9-7; 4. Kathryn McEvoy (SJ) d. Anna Gilpia, 8-6.

Doubles — 1. DeWitt/Yang (SJ) won by fft.; 2. Cincinatti/Gilpia (H) d. Siddiqui/Faridi, 9-7; 3. Thomas/Hammer (SJ) d. Ulman/O’Connell, 8-5.

Record: Saint James 4-2.



COLLEGE SOFTBALL

Shepherd 6-6, Concord 5-4

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — Carly Schmidt belted a two-run walk-off home run to lift Shepherd University to a win over Concord in the opener, while Bianca Biondillo hit a two-run triple and Tayler Schaefer added a two-run single in the Rams’ five-run fifth inning in the nightcap of a West Virginia Conference sweep.

In the opener, Shepherd (17-19, 8-4) had to rally after Concord (16-23, 4-10) took a 5-4 lead with a five-run fifth.

Schaefer had an RBI double and North Hagerstown graduate Shanan Plunkett hit a two-run single. Jess Mason and Schaefer each had two hits. Shannon Lyons went the distance, allowing six hits and a walk while striking out six.

In the nightcap, Biondillo each had two hits to lead the Rams. Tiffany Biggs pitched a seven-hitter with three walks and seven strikeouts.

Concord falls to 16-23, 4-10.



JV BASEBALL

Clear Spring 7, North Hagerstown 1

Clear Spring: Joe Alexander 3 hits; Ashton Binkley, J.J. Cooper, Greg Goldman 2 hits each.

Clear Spring 8, North Hagerstown 6

Clear Spring: Joey Fisher, Tim Stoner 2 hits each.

North: Kenny Daniels 2 hits.

Boonsboro 7, South Hagerstown 2

Boonsboro: Devin Griffith 4 hits; Matt Crisci HR.

South Hagerstown 9, Boonsboro 8

Boonsboro: Dakota Smith 2 hits.



JV SOFTBALL

Boonsboro 18, South Hagerstown 6

Boonsboro: Taylor Thompson 3 hits, 2 RBIs; Jessica Lerch 2 hits, HR; Kiersten Coulter HR.

South: Megan Potter 8 Ks.

Boonsboro 7, South Hagerstown 2

Boonsboro: Carley Cline no-hitter, 5 Ks, 2 hits; Corine Grimm 2 hits.

South: Potter 10 Ks.

Williamsport 16, Smithsburg 7

Williamsport: Paige Slusarz 2 hits; Zoe Vogt 11 Ks.

Williamsport 18, Smithsburg 1

Williamsport: Zoe Vogt 3 hits.



JV BOYS LACROSSE

Saint James 10, Episcopal 3

Saint James: Ryker Dutton, Sean Tolton 2 goals, assist each; Lukas Pank 2 goals; Wesley Muys, Will Zucker goal each; Nicholas Tiches, Kevin Han assist each.

Smithsburg 9, Boonsboro 8

Boonsboro: Logan Kerns 4 goals; Keegan Long 3 goals; Pete Gordon goal; Logan Wilt 3 assists.



JV GIRLS LACROSSE

Saint James 18, Smithsburg 6

Smithsburg: Julia Wiles 3 goals; Lindsay Penwell 2 goals; Brittany Gee goal.



YOUTH BASEBALL

American Little League

Antietam 8, FOP 7

Antietam: Joose Howell 11 Ks, 2 hits; Jayvon Burnett, Damontez Dorsey, Shelley Wallech 2 hits each.

FOP: Jalik Demar 2 hits, Dylan Way HR.

Goodwill 12, Funkstown 11

Goodwill: Charles Somerville 3 hits; Jasiah Stubbs, Justin Balcita 2 hits each.

Funkstown: Brycen Winters 3 hits; John Hardman grand slam; Kaleb Wise HR.

Clear Spring Little League

SAL Yankees 12, Ernst Market Orioles 7

Yankees: Ethan Barrett, Jared Lee 3 hits each; Chase Weaver, Taylor Harshman 2 hits.

Orioles: Brody McGill 2 hits.

Orioles 10, Royals 4

Orioles: Coleman Bragunier, Cole Hurst, Cody Miller, Hunter Oaks 2 hits each.

Conococgeahue Little League

Broad Run 13, Tony’s Pizza 6

Broad Run: Jaustin Itnyre 3 hits; Hayden Myers, Bryce Romsburg, Kyree Smith, Connor Teeter 2 hits each.

Tony’s: Josh Gerber 3 hits.

Conococheague Minor League

Heller’s Water Service 5, Valley Storage 2

Heller’s: Hayden Muir 6 Ks.

Federal Little League

Funkstown Legion 20, Alsatia 0

Funkstown: Seamus Murray, Harris Blackwood 3 hits, HR each; Nate Binkley 2 hits, HR; Garrett Kerchaval, Alex Watson 2 hits each.

Exchange 13, Rotary 3

Exchange: Kevin Abeles, Todd Stocks, Del Carden 2 hits each; Andrew Blake HR.

Rotary: Ian Selby 2 hits.

Kiwanis 6, Lions 5

Kiwanis: Ben Caldwell 2 hits.

Lions: Braden Kolb, Kyle Corley, Luke O’Dell 2 hits each.

Federal Minor League

Melissa Conroy Photography 13, Chico’s Bail Bonds 3

MCP: Jeremy Nye 4 hits; Carter Conroy, Angel Batista, Dash Mussolino 3 hits each; Francis Castillo, Riley Batista 2 hits each.

Chico’s: Luke Churchey 2 hits.

H&H Well Drilling 18, Mid-Atlantic Veterinary Hospital 5

H&H: Jacob Hill 5 hits; Luke Frazee 4 hits; Ashtin Jones 3 hits; Jack Hilker, Dylan Kolb, Hunter Herr 2 hits each.

Mid-Atlantic: Ethan Lewis, Peyton Zody, Parker Terch 2 hits each; Jamal Rios, Christian Brezler 3 Ks each.

Red Sox 12, United Bank 2

Red Sox: Carson Casey, Ty Hames 3 hits, 3 Ks; Bronson Taylor 2 hits, 3 Ks; Amontaye Owen 2 hits.

United: Deonte Shrader, Jamal Rios 2 hits each.

Hagerstown PONY League

United Bank 9, Red Men 7

United: Alphonso White, Bryce Scharenbroch 2 hits each.

Red Men: Levi Taylor 2 hits, HR, 2 RBIs; Dylan Eyler HR.

Halfway Little League

Gibney 9, Carpet Gallery 8

Gibney: Tyler Crain 2 hits, 9 Ks; Jevon Yarbrough, Devon Martin 2 hits each.

Carpet Gallery: Bryan Detrow, James Becker 2 hits each.

Dunkin’ Donuts 12, Younger Toyota 2

Dunkin’: Jarrett Woods 10 Ks, 3 hits, 2 HRs.

Younger: John Paul Smith 7 Ks, 2 hits.

Valley Storage 13, Carpet Gallery 2

Valley: Trey Baker 4 hits; Shane Roberts 3 hits; Nate Anderson, Jaden Brady, A.J. Norris 2 hits each; Bret Artz 12 Ks.

Interleague

Terry’s Auto 14, Clear Spring Orioles 6

Terry’s: Blaike Biegler 3 hits; Lucas Hutzell 2 hits, 2 RBIs; Peyton Smith 2 RBIs.

Maugansville Minor League

Denny’s Auto Machine 20, Grease Monkey 7

Denny’s: Cole Gallihugh, John Blanco, Alex Clark 4 hits each; Drew Custer, Braeden Wade, Adam Deavers 3 hits each.

Grease: Lucas Strickland 3 hits; Evan Wray, James Ellis, Spencer Wray, Josh Hafer 2 hits each.

National Little League

Aladdin 13, Western Maryland 10

Aladdin: Dustin Burdette, Jacob Holler 2 hits each.

Western MD: Doug Rubeck, Logan Spessard 3 hits each.

AMVETS 20, Funkstown 3

AMVETS: Adam Mathias 5 hits, HR, 14 Ks; Jeffrey Crampton 4 hits; Timmy Townsend 3 hits, HR; Drew Robinson, Ethan Holobinco 2 hits.

Funkstown: Bradley Summers 2 hits.

Crampton 16, FOP 5

Crampton: Brock Penn 3 HRs; Cody Crawford, Chase Robinson 3 hits each; Jacquan Young 2 hits, HR; Chanse Phillips HR.

FOP: Jake Walther HR.

National Minor League

Goodwill 7, Antietam 2

Goodwill: Frankie Robinson 3 hits, 9 Ks; Elijah Hanson, Jared Harvey 2 hits each.

Smithsburg Cal Ripken Minors

Wolfe’s Den 12, Cooper’s Lawn Care 8

Wolfe’s: Ryder Johnston, Bryson Hutzell, Daniel Thomas, Kyle Dwinnells, Jarrett Henderson, Adam Barnhart 3 hits each.

Cooper’s: Conner Purcell 3 hits, HR; Kent Geyer 3 hits.

Valley Little League

SMRG 16, Holcim 8

SMRG: Sean Simpson 3 hits, HR; Chris Martin, Delonte Swayne 2 hits each.

Holcim: Jim Updegraff 3 hits, HR.

Dorsey Bros. 8, Total Lube 4

Dorsey: Wyatt Roof 3 RBIs; Dawson Rinehart 2 RBIs.

Total: Bryce Keller 3 RBIs.

Valley 9-10

Red Barron 11, Collins Appliance 3

Red Barron: Brady Martin 2 hits, 6 Ks; Connor Bowers 2 hits.

Collins: Louis Lindsay 2 hits.



YOUTH SOFTBALL

Interleague

Kendle’s 13, Hancock Bobcats 2

Kendle’s: Hayley Kendle, Lillian Johnson, Kiera O’Rielly 2 hits each.

Washington County League

Ritters 14, Larry Allen Photo 4

Ritters: Ky Byer, Kat Thorn, Bri Winders three hits each.



YOUTH BASKETBALL

15U Maryland D2 Tournament

Unfinished Business Red 79, Central MD Shock 58

UBR: Jared Barnes 8, Noah Baylor 4, James Brooks 6, Corey Hart 23, Michael Riley 21, Justin Semler 7, Glen Tinsley  2, Kevin Vaughan 8.

Cecil Kirk 56, Unfinished Business Red 55

UBR: Barnes 1, Baylor 4, Brooks 5, Hart 13, Riley 13, Semler 2, Tinsley 6, Vaughan 11.

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