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Hubs beat Century to stretch record to 10-0

April 18, 2013

Thursday, April 18, 2013

PREP BASEBALL

North Hagerstown 10, Century 5

North Hagerstown had only six hits, but combined them with 10 walks to win its 10th straight game to start the season.

The Hubs broke a 1-1 tie in the fourth inning on a two-run double by Troy Carbaugh.

Andrew Yacyk, looking for his 100th career hit, walked two times for the Hubs (10-0).

North put the game out of reach with a five-run fifth inning.

Zane Schreiber went six innings to improve to 4-0, walking none and striking out eight.

Century    100    000    4    —    5    6    2
North    103    150    x    —    10    6    2
Warren, Morris (2), Rivera (5) and Garber. Schreiber, Hartsock (7), Shindle (7) and Williams. WP — Schreiber (4-0). LP — Rivera.

Grace Academy 4, CVCS 0

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Cole Helman tossed a three-hitter with 10 strikeouts to lead Grace Academy past Cumberland Vally Christian in the Mason Dixon Christian Conference.

Joe Kim had two hits for the Knights (3-6, 2-3).

Grace    000    010    3    —    4    6    2
CVCS    000    000    0    —    0    3    1
Helman and Quirple. Murr, Fiena (4) and Maldeado. WP — Helman (1-3). LP — Fiena.

Saint James 16, St. Andrew’s 1

St. JAMES — Nico Gentile had three hits and two RBIs to lead Saint James in a Mid-Atlantic Conference rout of St. Andrew’s Episcopal School (1-7, 0-6).

Brett Vitkun had two hits and three RBIs, Patrick Morris and Tyler George had two hits and two RBIs each and Mitch Wilson and Bobby Brennan had two hits and scored two runs each for the Saints (12-4, 6-3), who scored 11 runs in the second.

St. Andrews    000        10    —    1    3    3
Saint James    3(11)2    0x    —    16    14    1
Schwartz, Hesse (2) and Smith. Vitkun, Wilson (4), Leatherman (5) and Blank, George (4). WP — Vitkun (4-0). LP — Schwartz.

Brunswick 10, South Carroll 2

SYKESVILLE, Md. — Gary Barrett went 5-for-5 with a pair of doubles and Brunswick scored six runs in the second inning in a win over South Carroll.

Cody Wenner (2-1) picked up the win for the Railroaders, scattering six hits over seven innings. He also helped his cause at the plate with two hits and three RBIs.

Zach Hossler also had two hits, while Chance Smith and Doug Pearl each had a two-run double for Brunswick (8-3).

Brunswick    160    200    1    —    10    13    2
South Carroll    000    200    0    —    2    6    2
Wenner and Nusbaum. White, Connelly (2), Kraeger (4), Spipcak (5) and Fuller. WP — Wenner (2-1). LP — White.

Hedgesville 11, Jefferson 6

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. — Hedgesville jumped out to a quick start with a seven-run second inning on the way to beating Jefferson for the second time this season.

Matt Frye went six innings to pick up the win for the Eagles (15-4), who were led at the plate by Daniel Heliene and James Wright with three hits each.

Jefferson (14-9) got three hits from Brandt Petrie.

Hedgesville    072    000    2    —    11    17    3
Jefferson    101    010    3    —    6    9    1
WP — Frye. LP — Boyd.

Musselman 2-7, Berkeley Springs 1-4

INWOOD, W.Va. — Maverick Keller threw a six-hit gem against Berkeley Springs that was just a bit better than the Indians’ Preston Hovermale in the first game of a doubleheader.

Keller struck out three and walked none, allowing an unearned run. Hovermale also allowed six hits, both runs were unearned, walked two and struck out seven.

Jacob Whitmore and Thomas Presley drove in runs for Musselman (16-7) while Scott Kessler doubled for an RBI for Berkeley Springs (10-10).

In the second game, Musselman (16-7) broke a 3-3 tie with a four-run fifth inning.

Darrin Zombro had a pair of hits and Nick Haman had a hit, two walks and two key RBIs. Hessler had two hits for Berkeley Springs (10-10).

Game 1
Berk. Springs 001    000    0    —    1    6    2
Musselman    000    020    x    —    2    6    2
WP — Keller. LP — Hovermale.
Game 2
Berk. Springs    003    001    0    —    4    7    2
Musselman    200    140    x    —    7    7    1
WP — Parker. LP — Spielman.



PREP SOFTBALL

Century 11, North Hagerstown 9

Danielle Wissinger had two hits, including a two-run homer, for North Hagerstown in a loss to Century.

Emily Folk and Emily Getz had two hits each and Khaliah Frost had two RBIs for the Hubs (4-4).

Century    002    024    3    —    11    14    2
North    300    024    0    —    9    11    3
Elswick and Carr. Harbaugh, Thomas (6) and Wissinger. WP — Elswick. LP — Harbaugh (1-2). HR — N: Wissinger (6th, one on).

Waynesboro 8, Greencastle 7

WAYNESBORO, Pa. — Nicole Kriemer hit a walk-off RBI single to drive home pinch runner Katie Burger in the seventh as Waynesboro edged Greencastle-Antrim in the Mid-Penn Colonial.

Kriemer had three hits, Caitlinn Eigenbrode had three hits and two RBIs, Kaelyn Ashway and Callie Good had two hits apiece and Cheyenne Henning had two hits and two RBIs for the Maidens (5-6, 2-2).

Mary Ward had three hits and Casey German and Jenn Patton added two hits each for the Blue Devils.

Greencastle    041    200    0    —    7    10    1
Waynesboro    202    300    1    —    8    15    4
Ward and German. Beamer and Henning. WP — Beamer (4-3). LP — Ward.

Southern Huntingdon 10, Southern Fulton 1

WARFORDSBURG, Pa. — Tylar Smith drove in the lone run for Southern Fulton (5-6) in a loss to Southern Huntingdon.

S. Huntingdon    000    305    2    —    10    13    0
S. Fulton    000    010    0    —    1    5    0
Brodbeck and Garlock. Elbin and Deneen. WP — Brodbeck. LP — Elbin (5-6).



GIRLS TRACK & FIELD

Boonsboro 109.5, North Hagerstown 30.5

Wednesday at North

Winners: 100 — Sullivan (B) 13.2; 200 — Tonsil (B) 25.4; 400 — Anderson (B) 1:03.7; 800 — Sullivan (B) 2:47.0; 1,600 — Solberg (B) 6:28.0; 3,200 — Zielinski (B) 11:27.0; 100 hurdles — Sullivan (B) 15.4; 300 hurdles — Sullivan (B) 46.3; 4x100 — North 58.0; 4x400 — North 4:40.0; 4x800 — Boonsboro 10:03.8; High jump — Wallace (B) 4-10; Pole vault — Rose (Boonsboro) 9-6; Long jump — Tonsil (B) 15-5; Triple jump — Rose (B) 31-10 1/2; Shot put — Seabright (B) 26-0; Discus — Seabright (B) 71-10.



BOYS TRACK & FIELD

Boonsboro 77, North Hagerstown 69

Wednesday at North

Winners: 100 — Saunders (NH) 11.4; 200 — Funk (B) 23.9; 400 — Allnutt (B) 53.4; 800 — Rolain (NH) 2:46.0; 1,600 — Snyder (B) 4:45.0; 3,200 — Solberg (B) 11:43.0; 110 hurdles — Seabright (B) 15.7; 300 hurdles — Moody (NH) 44.5; 4x100 — North 46.5; 4x200 — North 1:38.5; 4x400 — Boonsboro 3:56.2; 4x800 — North 9:45.0; High jump — Snyder (B) 5-1; Pole vault — White (NH) 11-6; Long jump — Moody (NH) 19-5 1/4; Triple jump — Fiola (B) 38-4 1/4; Shot put — Allen (B) 45-1 1/2; Discus — Allen (B) 141-4.



GIRLS TENNIS

Clear Spring 4, St. Maria Goretti 1

at CLEAR SPRING

Singles — 1. Cayla Garner (CS) d. Laura Winalski, 6-2, 6-0; 2. Lauren Clopper (G) d. Isabel Forsman, 6-0, 6-3.

Doubles — 1. Samantha Michael/Zoie O’Neal (CS) d. Monica Divinagracia/Kristin Downing, 6-0, 6-4; 2. Victoria Lulciuc/Emily Staley (CS) d. Emma Mullineaux/Nicole Downing, 6-0, 6-0; 3. Jess Long/Nicole Kees (CS) won by fft.

Records: Clear Spring 9-0; Goretti 4-6.

Century 3, North Hagerstown 2

Singles — 1. Maddie Dunn (N) d. Amy Gadberry, 6-2, 6-3; 2. Tiffany Ross (N) d. Julie Palatella, 6-0, 6-1.

Doubles — 1. Hallie Sharkey/Christie Batista (C) d. Emily Irwin/Caroline Bradford, 6-4, 7-6(5); 2. Nikki Sharkey/Meredith Goff (C) d. Cate Hershey/Morgann Wilcox, 7-5, 6-2; 3. Grace Bovard/Sam Martin (C) d. Serena Seiler/Alexus Rivas, 6-4, 6-3.

Record: North 5-4, 5-2.

Middletown 5, Smithsburg 0

at MIDDLETOWN, Md.

1. Michelle Shedd (M) d. Claire Bodine 6-1, 6-1; 2. Samantha Yeager (M) d. Alyssa McCunn 6-0, 6-3.

Doubles — 1. Meagan Robertson/Savanna Ivill (M) d. Alyssa White/Kayla Griffith 6-1, 6-1; 2. Marissa Gouker/Kate Malogari (M) d. Jenifer Wood/Devyn Shank 6-0, 6-1; 3. Sophie Cornell/Laura Myers (M) d. Shelby Stotelmyer/Morgan Fraser 6-0, 6-0.



BOYS TENNIS

Clear Spring 5, St. Maria Goretti 0

at CLEAR SPRING

Singles — 1. Corey McClure (CS) d. Aaron Snook, 7-6 (6), 6-1; 2. Logan Speak (CS) won by fft.

Doubles — 1. Nick Brandt/Levi Bucher (CS) d. Bryce Reeder/Simon Wroblewski, 6-2, 6-4; 2. Jonny Henesy/Jacob Ernst (CS) d. Ozair Waseem/Brady Shaper, 6-1, 6-0; 3. Brad Mills/Ryan Varron (CS) won by fft.

Records: Clear Spring 8-1; Goretti 1-9.

North Hagerstown 3, Century 2

Singles — 1. Max Ober (N) d. Eric Samuels, 3-6, 6-3, 6-1; 2. Justin Howes (C) d. Junaid Qadir, 6-3, 6-1.

Doubles — 1. Drew Brady/Mikey Brady (N) d. Danny Wagner/Paul Komiske, 6-0, 6-1; 2. Caleb Lyle/Clay Smith (N) d. Ben Anderson/Joey Marcellino, 2-6, 6-0, 6-3; 3. Jarrett Hoskins/Anthony Napolitano (C) d. Nate Parchment/Kyle Denning, 6-0, 6-1.

Record: North 8-1, 6-1.

Middletown 5, Smithsburg 0

at MIDDLETOWN, Md.

Singles — 1. Jason Thomopulos (M) d. Young Chin 6-2, 6-2; 2. Taiki Haugen (M) d. Adam Dwyer 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles — 1. Evan Numbers/Etienne Utiger (M) d. Josh Lee/Jacob Dwyer 6-7 (7), 6-4, 7-6 (4); 2. Zach Fontenot/Isaac Hoehn (M) d. Blake Rath/Kyle Huntzberry 6-4, 6-3; 3. Alec Barlow/Ali Chaturbhai (M) d. Matt Wilson/Sid Rao 6-0, 6-1.



BOYS LACROSSE

Catoctin 13, South Hagerstown 7

Mack Tallant had two goals and two assists for South Hagerstown in an MVAL Antietam loss to Catoctin.

Noah Wright had two goals, Jordan Foster and Tyler Bradshaw had a goal and an assist each, Michael Rodriguez had a goal, Austin Warren had two ground balls and Garry Robinson had 12 saves for the Rebels (2-4). 



GIRLS LACROSSE

Trinity Christian 13, Goretti 12

Maggie Murray had a hat trick for St. Maria Goretti in a loss to Trinity Christian.

Claire Murray had two goals and two assists, Cierra Quantock had one goal and two assists, Jenna Katrina, Courtney Dorsey and Peyton Lavin each had a goal and Denise Wells had eight saves for the Gaels (2-3).

Saint James 21, Georgetown Day School 11

ST. JAMES — Madison Fahey had seven goals and four assists to lead Saint James past Georgetown Day School.

Heather Deiner had three goals and an assist, Lynn Hatcher had three goals, Kerri Kline had two goals and two assists, Grace Fulton and Sophie Abeles had two goals and an assist each, Emerson Younger had a goal and an assist, Lisle Bruns had a goal and Serenity Miller had 12 saves for Saints (3-3).



GIRLS SOCCER

CVCS 3, Grace Academy 2

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Laiton Suders scored two goals and Maurin Kearns had one for CVCS (4-2) in a win over Grace Academy. Maddie Keck had 10 saves.

Allie Cox and Heather Groves scored for Grace (2-3-1), Valerie Cole and Gracie Boozer had assists and Morgan Crespo had 11 saves.



JV BASEBALL

Clear Spring 11, Hancock 0

Clear Spring: Joey Fisher 2-run HR; Kevin Stoner 2-hitter, 5 Ks.

Clear Spring 13, Hancock 0

Clear Spring: Brady Rohrer no-hitter; Joe Alexander 3 hits; Rohrer, Tim Stoner, Colton Aaron 2 hits each.



YOUTH BASEBALL

American Little League

Goodwill 17, Funkstown Legion 12

Goodwill: Charles Sommerville 3 hits; Jasiah Stubbs 2 hits, HR; Quinton Rice 2 hits.

Funkstown: Brevin Palmer, Sam Hardman, John Hardman 2 hits each; Drew Yates HR.

Clear Spring Little League

Not A Pawn Shop Marlins 14, Weaver Paving Orioles 4

Marlins: Dylan McGill 4 hits; Carson Poffenberger, Dustin Fisher, Cain Shupp, Ban Mason 3 hits each; Jesse Leggett 5 Ks.

Conococheague Little League

Redmen 11, Broad Run 5

Redmen: Travis Hebert 2 hits, HR; Ryan Greene, Alonzo Coleman 2 hits each.

Broad Run: Jaustin Itnyre 2 hits, HR; Hayden Myers 2 hits.

Federal Minor League

Red Sox 12, Mid-Atlantic Vet 6

Red Sox: Carson Casey 3 hits; Ty Hames, Collen Abram 2 hits each.

Mid-Atlantic: Ethan Lewis 2 hits.

United Bank 5, The Homely Genius 2

United: Luke Kercheval 2 RBIs.

Genius: Luke Churchey 2 hits, HR, 5 Ks.

Hagerstown PONY League

United Bank 8, FOP 2

United Bank: Alfonso White inside-the-park HR; Bryce Scharenbroch 2 hits, 2 RBIs; Isaac Schlotterbeck 2 hits.

Maugansville Little League

Griffith Oil 11, Ruritan 6

Griffith: Kevin Picklemen 3 hits, HR; Braiden Wolfe 3 hits; Scott Neal 2 hits, HR.

Ruritan: Ryan Socks 3 hits, HR; Spencer Martin 2 hits.

Maugansville Minor League

Denny’s Auto Machine 17, Scott’s Speed Shop 3

Denny’s: Cole Gallihugh, John Blanco, Braeden Wade, Drew Custer, Alex Clark, Devin Morningstar, Kymani Bey 3 hits each.

National Little League

Funkstown 14, AMVETS 12

Funkstown: Milah Benner 3 hits; Stevie Witmer 3 hits, HR, 7 Ks; Bradley Summers 4 hits, HR.

AMVETS: Mikey Hawbaker 2 hits, HR, Kaleb Sis; Garrett Ammons 2 hits each; Jacob Pence HR.

Sharpsburg Little League

Lions 14, Dyna Corp 1

Lions: T.J. Kalagher 2 hits, HR; Brandon Porter 2 hits.

South Mountain Minor League

Castle’s Auto Body 7, Turn The Page 6

Castle’s: Sage Haller, Joey Breeden 3 hits each; John Nadzam, Mason Miller, Eric Phipps, Bryce Weigand 2 hits each.

Turn The Page: Jacob Johnson, Sam Atkinson 3 hits each; Brian Keane, Gabe Smith, Mason Weaver, Matthew Schmitt, Josh Mohl 2 hits each.

Valley Little League

Holcim 12, Dorsey Bros. 10

Holcim: Ryan Jones 2 hits, HR; Alex Kehr 2 hits; Jimmy Updegraff GS.

Dorsey Bros.: Brendan Kemp 2 hits, HR; Wyatt Roof, Sonoma Ferguson, Conner Dorsey 2 hits each.

BJ Builders 6, Bowers Insurance 3

BJ: Collin Witt, Dylan Moser 2 hits each; Witt 7 Ks.

Bowers: Cole McKeever 7 Ks.

West End Little League

Western Enterprise 8, AFL-CIO 6

Western: Chase McCoy 3 hits, HR; Jordan Jones HR; D.J. Eby, Jalen Jones 2 hits each.

AFL-CIO: Bransyn Dillinger 2 hits.



YOUTH SOFTBALL

Sharpsburg Little League

Bonnie’s at the Red Byrd 9, Connelly Associates 0

Bonnie’s: Sierra Kulikowski 1-hitter, 9 Ks; Taylor Wyand 2 RBIs; Harley Wenner 2 RBIs each.

Connelly’s: Grace Roupe 6 Ks.

Sharpsburg Minor League

Casey Fencing & Deck 3, Sharrett’s 2

Casey: Ava Nelson, Karley Ends, Emmalee Burker 2 hits each.

Sharrett’s: Sylvie Downin, Kaylee Dillow, Kamilyn Fotta, Emmaleigh Thompson 2 hits each. 

 Washington County Girls League

Capital Building Supply 10, Larry Allen Photo 8



BRIEF

Williamsport alumni baseball

The Williamsport alumni baseball game will be held on April 28, with proceeds benefitting the Brendon Colliflower Scholarship Fund. There will be a home run derby at 11:30 and the game will follow. For more information contact Williamsport High School baseball coach David Warrenfeltz at 301-992-3132 or by email at warrejda@wcps.k12.md.us

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