July 12, 2008
Dorsey Brothers won the Valley Little League championship with a 17-3 record this season. First row, from left to right: Jared Tosten, Anthony Brown, Joseph Forti, Timmy Hartsock, Joey Schwartz and Chris Amos. Second Row: Yusif Bayoh, Austin Stone, Boo Jordan, Niklas Steiner and Adam Peters. Third Row: Coach Joe Forti, coach Tim Hartsock, coach Spanky Jordan, team sponsor Ralph Dorsey. Not pictured: Bradley Taylor, coach Marcus Peters
June 3, 2006
JUNIOR LEGION Funkstown 8, Williamsport Senators 4 Funkstown: Zeke Ricketts 2 HR. Williamsport: Nick Bodnar 3 hits; Seth Poffenberger 2 hits; Aaron Hershberger HR. YOUTH LEAGUES Federal Little League Kiwanis 13, America Legion 2 Kiwanis: Mark Grunberg, Elijah Benson, Zach Schreiber 2 hits each. American Legion: Phillip Pietro 2 hits. South Mountain Little League Sportsland 7, Thompson's Gas 0 Sportsland: Aaron Cantler 1-hitter, 3 hits, 3 RBI; Joe Minoglio, Aaron Miranda 2 hits each.
June 5, 1998
HEIGHT="6" ALT=" " NATURALSIZEFLAG="0" ALIGN="BOTTOM"> YOUTH LEAGUES West End Minor League FOP 16, Woodpoint 10: John Zeigler, Jason Selph and Matt Reynolds had two RBIs each to lead FOP. Tim Leather and Killeon Miller had four hits each and Jesse Wyand and Josh Miller had three hits apiece for Woodpoint. Clear Spring Minor League Blue Jays 6, Cubs 3: Danny Reed and Matt Kline combined on a one-hitter for the Blue Jays. National Minor League Paul Crampton 13, Funkstown 5: Eric Imes and Ken Feigley combined on a one-hitter to lead Paul Crampton.
June 15, 1999
YOUTH LEAGUES Federal Little League Alsatia 6, Exchange 5: Justin Hofe had the game-winning hit for Alsatia. Freddie Krieger had three hits. Justin Mellot had two hits for Alsatia. Conococheague Little League Redmen 15, Post 202 1: Josh Bowers and Aerik Taylor combined on a two-hitter with nine strikeouts. Tony Johnson doubled and homered while Bowers had two home runs, including a grand slam. Washington Co. Girls Softball NAPA 22, Boonsboro Produce 3: Christina Embly was the winning pitcher with seven strikeouts.
May 21, 2002
PREP BASEBALL MANHATTEN TOWNSHIP, Pa. - Rusty Lynn had two hits, including a grand slam in the seventh inning, as Waynesboro defeated Cedar Crest 13-12 in eight innings on Monday in a first-round game of the District 3 Playoffs. Adam Caron led Waynesboro with three hits, while Phil Woodring, Joe Wetherald, Eli Rock and Mike Sanders had two hits each. Wes Lynn pitched a scoreless inning of relief to get his fifth win of the season. Waynesboro (15-7, 8-4) will play Thursday.