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Potomac State's eighth-inning rally enough to top Hawks

April 30, 2013

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

COLLEGE BASEBALL

KEYSER, W.Va. — Dylan Dunn had two hits, including a two-run homer in the first inning, and three RBIs for Hagerstown Community College in a 6-4 loss to Potomac State (32-13) on Tuesday.

Hagerstown led 4-3 before surrendering three runs with two outs in the bottom of the eighth.

Jamie Miller pitched 3 2/3 innings of no-hit relief to pick up the win for Potomac.

Tyler Walter had three hits and Eric Schanzenbacher had two hits for Hawks (28-25).

HCC    202    000    000    —    4    7    1
Potomac    003    000    03x    —    6    13    0
Partlow, Ayres (7), Eyler (8) and Dunn. Everton, Miller (6) and Mustow, Wilson (9). WP — Miller. LP — Ayres (1-1). HR — HCC: Dunn (1st, one on).

Rams’ Lott honored

Shepherd University junior outfielder Michael Lott was named the Atlantic Region Hitter of the Week by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association.

Lott guided the Rams to three wins on the week while batting .608. Lott pounded out 14 hits, eight for extra bases (six doubles, one triple, one home run). Lott drove in nine runs and scored eight. His five stolen bases established a single-season school record, as he currently has 26 on the year.



PREP BASEBALL

Smithsburg 4, Boonsboro 2

BOONSBORO — J.R. Rinehart went the distance, allowing two runs on five hits and striking out eight to lead the Leopards past the Warriors in the MVAL Antietam.

Kyle Dinterman had two hits and an RBI, and Garrett Spinks added an RBI single for Smithsburg.

Brad Enfield hit two singles and Evan Pettyjohn and Dalton Stewart each doubled for Boonsboro.

Smithsburg    000    011    2    —    4    4    4
Boonsboro    000    100    1    —    2    5    1
Rinehart and Durning. Enfield, Whipp (6), Crown (7) and Harsh. WP — Rinehart. LP — Whipp.

Hancock 3, Berkeley Springs 1

HANCOCK — Hunter McKinley pitched a four-hitter with nine strikeouts to lead Hancock past Berkeley Springs.

Hancock (8-9) plated all three runs in the first inning, highlighted by Nate Souders’ two-run double. Tanner Faith drove in the other run for the Panthers.

Berk. Springs    000    001    0    —    1    4    3
Hancock    300    000    x    —    3    7    1
Spielman and Hessler. McKinley and Manning. WP — McKinley. LP — Spielman.

St. Maria Goretti 10, Broadfording 0

Jake Moats had three hits, including a double and an inside-the-park home run, and Kevin Proctor and Ryan Kinter combined on a one-hit shutout as the Gaels beat the Lions at Municipal Stadium.

Proctor had eight strikeouts in five innings and Kinter struck out the side in the sixth to finish the shutout.

Casey Bartholomew and Jackson Roth each had three hits for St. Maria Goretti (6-13). Adam Blenckstone added two hits.

Broadfording    000    000    —    0    1    4
Goretti    103    204    —    10    13    0
Snodderly, C. Kerr (6). Proctor, Kinter (6) and Nartholomew. WP — Proctor (3-3). LP — Snodderly. HR — G: Moats (4th, none on).

Heritage Academy 13, New Life Christian 3

Bubba Kriner had two hits, including a three-run homer that keyed an eight-run second inning for undefeated Heritage Academy in a Mason Dixon Christian Conference win over New Life Christian that was called after five innings.

Collin Poyle and David Fisler had three hits each and Bryce Nigh and Tyler Reese combined on a three-hitter for the Eagles (7-0).

Mike Allwein had two hits for New Life.

New Life    200    01    —    3    3    3
Heritage    182    11    —    13    11    0
Allwein, Van (4) and McCrory. Nigh, Reese (5) and Patey. WP — Nigh (4-0). LP — Allwein. HR — HA: Kriner (2nd, two on).

Grace Academy 10, Calvary 8

Harrison Barger had two hits, including a home run, to lead Grace Academy past Calvary Christian in the Mason Dixon Christian Conference.

Barger also scored three runs and had two stolen bases, and Jake Buwalda had three hits and two RBIs for the Knights (4-8, 3-5).

Levi Hartsock belted a two-run homer in the fifth for Calvary.

Grace    105    010    3    —    10    12    4
Calvary    301    021    1    —    8    9    3
Helman, Quirple (4), Helman (6) and Quirple, Helman (4), Quirple (6). Swogger, Hart (4), Hartsock (7) and Capper. WP — Helman (2-5). LP — Hartsock. HR — GA: Barger (5th, none on); C: Hartsock (5th, one on).

Maret 12, Saint James 2

WASHINGTON — Garrett Blank hit an RBI double for Saint James (15-6, 6-5) in a Mid-Atlantic Conference loss to Maret School.

Saint James    200    000    —    2    2    0
Maret    043    041    —    12    15    0
Vitkun, Morris (3), Gentile (5) and Blank, George (6). Appleby, Bostwich (5) and Maggin. WP — Appleby. LP — Vitkun (5-1).

Mifflin County 4, Chambersburg 3

LEWISTOWN, Pa. — Nick Graham hit a two-run single in the fourth inning for Chambersburg in a Mid-Penn Commonwealth loss to Mifflin County.

Andrew Shriner had an RBI single for the Trojans (8-7, 7-5).

C’burg    000    210    0    —    3    5    2
Mifflin Co.    300    010    x    —    4    9    1
Bowers, Brown (2) and Graham. Kearns and Treaster. WP — Kearns. LP — Brown (1-1).

Mercersburg 2, Martinsburg 0

MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Colin Gibbons-Fly hit two doubles to lead Mercersburg Academy (18-2) in a shutout of Martinsburg.

Martinsburg    000    000    00    —    0    3    1
Mercersburg    101    000    0x    —    2    6    0
Mason and Decker. Thomas and Wastler. WP — Thomas (5-0). LP — Mason.

Brunswick 6, Middletown 4

BRUNSWICK, Md. — Gary Barrett hit a two-run home run and finished with three RBIs, and Doug Pearl was solid at the plate and on the mound as Brunswick finished off Middletown in the completion of a suspended game.

Pearl (3-1) went 2-for-2 with a double and worked six innings, allowing one earned run on five hits and three walks while striking out three for the Railroaders (11-5).

Zach Hossler went 3-for-3 and Taylor Itnyre added two hits for Brunswick.

Chase Hoffman had two hits, including a double, for Middletown (12-3).

Middletown    000    020    2    —    4    6    1
Brunswick    210    201    x    —    6    10    1
Griffin, Finn (4) and Peters. Pearl, Wenner (7) and Wenner, Nusbaum (7). WP — Pearl (3-1). LP — Griffin. S — Wenner (2). HR — B: Barrett (4th, one on).



PREP SOFTBALL

Smithsburg 13, Williamsport 5

WILLIAMSPORT — Cara Ferguson and Kinsey Shifflett each hit a three-run homer to lead Smithsburg past Williamsport in the MVAL Antietam.

Ferguson’s home run was her 100th hit as a Leopard. She finished with three hits on the day and also notched her 300th strikeout. Shifflett finished with four RBIs.

Smithsburg (9-6, 7-4) finished with 16 hits total. Brooke Parks had four hits, Sam Gladhill hit two doubles, Vanessa Cuevas had two hits and two RBIs, and Kayla Huntzberry also had two hits.

The Wildcats (1-13, 1-9) scored all five of their runs in the fifth.

Smithsburg    330    312    1    —    13    16    1
Williamsport    000    050    0    —    5    5    0
Ferguson and Shifflett. Kindle, Wade (2), Kindle (4) and Stotler. WP — Ferguson. LP — Kindle (0-3). HR — S: Ferguson (2nd, two on), Shifflett (4th, two on).

Thomas Johnson 6, Boonsboro 4

BOONSBORO — Hannah  Thompson had two hits, including a triple, and scored two runs for Boonsboro in a loss to Thomas Johnson.

Victoria Trzaska and Marley Enfield each had two hits, including a double, Leah Cadigan had two hits, two stolen bases and scored a run, and Natelie Tobery added two hits for the Warriors (1-12).

T. Johnson    301    000    2    —    6    7    1
Boonsboro    021    001    0    —    4    11    5
Morse, Burke (3) and Luton. Thompson and Tobery. WP — Burke. LP — Thompson (1-12).

Berkeley Springs 6, Petersburg 3

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. — Makenah Harrington had two hits, two RBIs and scored a run to lead Berkeley Springs past Petersburg in the second game of the best-of-3 West Virginia Class AA Region II Section 2 playoffs.

Abby Gillingham had two hits and an RBI, and Sierra Farris had two hits and scored a run for the Indians (11-22).

On Monday, Berkeley Springs lost the first game, 4-2. Gillingham homered and Ashley Campbell had two doubles and an RBI for the Indians.

The rubber match will be played at Petersburg this evening at 6:30.

Game 1
Berk. Springs    001    100    0    —    2    5    4
Petersburg    002    020    x    —    4    5    0
Rohm and Farris. Keplinger and Earle. WP — Keplinger. LP — Rohm (4-8). HR — BS: Gillingham (4th, none on).
Game 2
Petersburg    120    000    0    —    3    7    3
Berk. Springs    003    021    x    —    6    11    32
Thompson and Earle. Rohm and Farris. WP — Rohm (5-8). LP — Thompson.

Waynesboro 6, Shippensburg 3

WAYNESBORO, Pa. — Kaelyn Ashway went 4-for-4 with a two-run home run and three RBIs to lead Waynesboro past Shippensburg in the Mid-Penn Colonial.

Caitlinn Eigenbrode also homered for the Maidens (9-5, 6-2). Mariah Yingling added a two-run single.

Shippensburg    000    300    0    —    3    5    2
Waynesboro    013    200    x    —    6    11    1
Wolfe, Newell (3) and Porter. Deamer and Henning. WP — Deamer (6-2). LP — Wolfe. HR — W: Eigenbrode (2nd, none on), Ashway (3rd, one on).



BOYS LACROSSE

Flint Hill 15, Saint James 5

ST. JAMES — Austin Fahey had a goal and an assist, and Justin Pank won 19 of 23 faceoffs for Saint James in a Mid-Atlantic Conference loss to Flint Hill.

Graham Poole, Jake Thompson and Max Brady each scored a goal for the Saints (8-6, 3-2). John Ludwick and Kyle Neale each had an assist, and Will Smith made seven saves.



GIRLS LACROSSE

Boonsboro 16, Smithsburg 7

SMITHSBURG — Courtney Ridenour had five goals and an assist as the Warriors topped the Leopards in an MVAL Antietam game.

Claudia Jenkins had three goals and an assist for Boonsboro (6-4, 3-0). Lily Funke had two goals and two assists, Kaitlyn Ridenour and Alex Green each had two goals and an assist, Natalie Young and Kiana Miller each had a goal and an assist, and Maeve Windsor made six saves.

Madison Duvall had two goals for Smithsburg (1-9, 0-4). Amber Murphy and Emily Seward each had a goal and an assist, Dominique DiLandro, Allison Cline and Jessica Rowland each had a goal and Corrine Burk made eight saves.

North Hagerstown 20, South Hagerstown 3

Maddie Palkovitz had  four goals and an assist, and Anna Compton, Leah Peterson and Kayla Peterson each had three goals and three assists as the Hubs beat the Rebels in the MVAL Antietam.

Jess Sease, Deanna Brunner, Kendal Bowen, Suzie Bechtel, Emily Unger, Cayley Ruane and Olivia Day each had a goal for North (10-1, 4-0). Brunner, Natalie Karlen and Adrienne Kramer each had an assist.

Heather Callahan scored all three goals for South (0-9, 0-3).

St. John’s Catholic 15, Saint James 11

ST. JAMES — Madison Fahey had five goals and an assist to lead Saint James in a loss to St. John’s Catholic Prep.

Lynn Hatcher had two goals and an assist, and Grace Fulton also had two goals for the Saints (6-4). Emerson Younger and Sophie Abeles had a goal each, Sarah Treger had an assist and Kristen Deiner made five saves.



BOYS TENNIS

Georgetown Day 6, Saint James 1

at ST. JAMES

Singles — 1. Brian Winston (GD) d. Effim Oykhman, 6-0, 6-0; 2. Georgetown Day (player unidentified) d. Bill O’Leary, 6-0, 6-3; 3. Aaron King (GD) d. Jeff Lee, 6-2, 6-1; 4. Max Labaton (GD) d. James Chang, 6-1, 1-6, 10-7 tiebreak.

Doubles — 1. Holden Wegner/Greg Connors (GD) d. Thomas Rocca/Daniel Pike, 6-4, 6-1; 2. Chester Collins/Austin Corace (SJ) d. Nicholas Biniaz-Harris/Avi Brach-Neufield, 6-2, 6-1; 3. James Sanger/Gab Kane (GD) d. Kaelin Thrasher/Hongdi Zhang, 6-4, 6-7 (6), 10-6 tiebreak.

Record: Saint James 5-8.

Williamsport 3, Smithsburg 2

at WILLIAMSPORT

Singles — 1. Stephen Flessner (W) d. Jacob Dwyer, 6-1, 6-0; 2. Wornden Ly (W) d. Adam Dwyer, 6-2, 6-1.

Doubles — 1. Josh Lee/Young Chin (S) won by fft.; 2. Blake Rath/Kyle Huntzberry (S) d. Sheldon Crossland/Alex Snouffer, 6-3, 6-2; 3. Corey Reasner/Colton Myers (W) d. Matt Wilson/ Sid Rao, 7-6 (4), 7-6 (4).

Records: Williamsport 9-3, 8-1; Smithsburg 5-9, 3-8.

 

GIRLS TENNIS

Williamsport 3, Smithsburg 2

at WILLIAMSPORT

Singles — 1. Alyssa White (S) d. Jodeci Albertson, 6-0, 6-0; 2. Kayla Griffith (S) d. EmmaLeigh Nally, 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles — 1. Jordan Shoemaker/Mandi Saum (W) d. Claire Bodine/Jennifer Wood, 7-5, 6-2; 2. Rebekah Russo/Hallie Pennington (W) d. Alyssa McCunn/ Devyn Shank, 6-1, 3-6, 6-2; 3. Charlotte Strite/Taylor Baker (W) d. Shelby Stotelmyer/Morgan Fraser, 6-0, 6-2.

Records: Williamsport 2-10, 2-7; Smithsburg 0-14, 0-11.



JV GIRLS LACROSSE

Boonsboro 13, Smithsburg 8

Boonsboro: Lindsey Shank 2 goals, 2 assists; Jamie D’Ambrosio, Bethany Doak, Hollis Gigeous 2 goals each; Ally Brunelle, Abby Dickens, Emily Anderson, Samantha Brandt, Hannah Meiklejohn goal each; Kirstie Moore 2 saves; Sarah Wycoski save.

Saint James 13, St. John’s Catholic 5

Saint James: Taylor Blenckstone, Elizabeth Fahey, Lydia Radley 3 goals each; Claire Fulton 2 goals; Molly Smith, Esther Yoon goal each.

Mercersburg 14, Chambersburg 4

Mercersburg Academy: Carr, Dillard 4 goals each; Taylor, Giannaris 2 goals each; Steckler, Bucci goal each; Laugherty 7 saves.

Chambersburg: Stoner 3 goals; Helman goal; Finley 7 saves.



MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Seventh Grade

Waynesboro 2, Greencastle-Antrim 1

Game scores: 26-28, 25-17, 15-13.

Greencastle: Madison Goodwin 3 kills, 4 aces; Rebekah Hissong 5 aces, 3 assists; Samantha Nelson 9 digs; Kayla Grove 5 digs.

Eighth Grade

Greencastle-Antrim 2, Waynesboro 1

Game scores: 21-25, 25-20, 15-12.

Greencastle: Gabby Baughman 6 assists, 4 digs; Annaston Cree 3 aces; Natalie Arnoult 2 kills, 3 digs; Jenna Carty, Molly Elliott 2 kils each; Chloe Mckenzie 5 digs.



YOUTH BASEBALL

Conococheague Little League

Lions 4, Tony’s Pizza 2

Lions: Trace Draper 2 hits; Alex Avey 3-hitter.

Tony’s: Josh Gerber 7 Ks.

Conococheague Minor League

Heller’s Water Service 6, After 5 Productions 0

Heller’s:  Hayden Muir, Caleb Newcomer combined no-hitter; Muir 8 Ks; Newcomer 3 hits, 7 Ks; Noah Straitiff 2 hits, 4 RBIs.

Federal Little League

Funkstown Legion 12, Alsatia 2

Funkstown: Harris Blackwood 2 hits, HR, 6 RBIs; Dylan Watson 2 hits, 2 RBIs; Seamus Murray 2 hits.

Alsatia: Michael Keats, Jakob Connor 2 hits each.

Hagerstown PONY League

FOP 4, Eagles 1

FOP: Matt Harsh 3-hitter, 20 Ks.

Eagles: Gage Kyler 3-hitter, 10 Ks.

National Little League

AMVETS 13, Funkstown 5

AMVETS: Timmy Townsend 3 hits, HR, 9 Ks; Adam Mathias 3 hits, HR; Ethan Holobinko, Drew Robinson 2 hits each.

National Minor League

AMVETS 6, Antietam 3

AMVETS: Avery Holman 2 hits.

Smithsburg Cal Ripken

Rookie Division

Wolfe’s Den 13, Debbie’s Soft Serve 3

Wolfe’s: Ryder Johnston, Kyle Dwinnells 3 hits each; Bryson Hutzell, Paige Sluzalis, Daniel Thomas, Adam Barnhart, Ben Gilroy 2 hits each.

Debbie’s: Owen Gerber, Joey Ralls, Haidyn Clark, Alaina Myers 2 hits each.

South Mountain Little League

AAA 9-10 Division

River Valley Construction 15, Terry’s Auto 13

Terry’s: Peyton Smith 3 hits, 3 RBIs; Jayden Smith, 2 hits, 3 RBIs; Lucas Hutzell 2 hits, 2 RBIs; Mason Kline 3 RBIs.

Valley Little League

11-12 Division

SMRG 8, Dorsey Brothers 4

SMRG: Chris Martin 2 hits, 16 Ks; Bryson Brawner, Chase Miller, Matt Eyler 2 hits each.



BRIEF

Shockers softball tryouts

The West Virginia Shockers 16U girls fastpitch softball travel team will hold tryouts this weekend and next weekend at Washington High School in Charles Town, W.Va. Tryouts will be held Saturday and Sunday at 3 p.m., and May 11 and 12 at 3 p.m. For more information, contact Jason Colerick at 304-579-7707 or by email at jcolerick@yahoo.com.

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