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May 24, 2007
ADULT LEAGUES Co-Rec Softball The ARC 13, Village Spirit 5 The ARC: Jay Seipler, Charlene Kane 4 hits each; Ryan Mozingo 3 hits. Hagerstown Trust/BJ's Custom Creations 44, Outback 2 Hagerstown Trust: John Bennett 5 hits, 7 RBI; Steven Daniels 3 hits, 6 RBI; Angie Johnson 3 hits, 2 RBI; Nora Martin 2 hits. GOLF Fountain Head Stag/Guest Day 1st overall gross - Frank Novinger, Larry Novinger, 75; 1st net - John Nitzell, Kirk Zager, 64; 2nd net - Dan Fisher, Jamie Gross, 65; 3rd net - Donnie Risser, Brandon Ellis, 66. Night Golf 1st - Donnie Risser, John Nitzell, Steve Carpenter, Mike Sappenfield, 20. Inner Loop 1st overall gross - Terry Randall, Chris Randall, Tom Martin, Alice Martin; 1st net - Derwood Bousum, Connie Richards, Pat Sowers, Doyle Sowers; 2nd net - Tom Lindsay, Ginny Lindsay, Harry Reynolds, Pat Reynolds; 3rd net - Stan Valentine, Debra Valentine, Dick Phoebus, Dale Phoebus; 4th net - Don Risser Sr., Mary Risser, Ed Masood, Cathy Lewis.
NEWS
June 1, 2008
COLLEGE BASEBALL HCC's Johnson named to all-tournament team GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. -- Hagerstown Community College won two awards at the NJCAA Division I World Series. Charles Johnson was one of four outfielders named to the all-tournament team. He went 6-for-14 in four games with one homer and five RBI. As a team, the Hawks won the Homa Thomas Sportsmanship Award. Grayson County beat Shelton State 13-2 in Friday's championship game. GOLF Grier makes cut LAKE GENEVA, Wis. -- After a horrid opening-round 80 on Friday, Hagerstown's Ashley Grier recovered with a 1-over-par 73 to survive the cut in the DURAMED Futures Aurora Health Care Championship on Saturday.
NEWS
July 2, 2009
GOLF SANTA ANA PUEBLO, N.M. -- Dirk Schultz had put himself in a favorable position for a top-20 finish after nine holes of the PGA Professional National Championship final round on Wednesday. The Beaver Creek professional finished his front nine at 1-under par and was 2-under for the tournament, good for a 16th-place tie. But things began to cave in on Schultz on the back nine. After a par on the 10th, he had consecutive bogeys over the next three holes, another on the 15th and then a double bogey on the 16th.
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July 2, 2009
GOLF SANTA ANA PUEBLO, N.M. -- Dirk Schultz had put himself in a favorable position for a top-20 finish after nine holes of the PGA Professional National Championship final round on Wednesday. The Beaver Creek professional finished his front nine at 1-under par and was 2-under for the tournament, good for a 16th-place tie. But things began to cave in on Schultz on the back nine. After a par on the 10th, he had consecutive bogeys over the next three holes, another on the 15th and then a double bogey on the 16th.
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NEWS
June 8, 2009
COLLEGE BASEBALL Texas tops TCU, Schlossnagle AUSTIN, Texas -- Texas Christian University, coached by Smithsburg High School graduate Jim Schlossnagle, was beaten 5-2 by Texas on Monday night in Game 3 of their best-of-3 super regional. The Longhorns (46-14-1) advanced to the College World Series. YOUTH BASEBALL Conococheague Little League Red Men 10, Tony's Pizza 0 Red Men: Jordan Stonebreaker 3 hits, 2 HRs; Riley Arnone 3 hits; Wyatt Scriever, Blake Harne HR each.
NEWS
June 18, 2008
LEGION BASEBALL Berkeley County 8, Williamsport Nationals 6 MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Seth Poffenberger had four hits, while A.J. Jamison added three and Nick Bodnar had two for Williamsport (4-4, 4-3). BOYS BASKETBALL Mason-Dixon Summer League South 72, Williamsport 50 Greencastle 58, Mountain Ridge 44 Waynesboro 58, Southern Fulton 43 St. Maria Goretti 38, James Buchanan 30 YOUTH BASEBALL Baltimore Metro 19U Maryland Royals 6, Maryland Orioles 5 Royals: Brandon Glazer 4 hits; Tim Hamilton 2 hits; Tim Leather game-winning hit, 3 RBIs.
NEWS
July 19, 2007
GOLF WACO Junior Golf Beaver Creek Classic No. 3 Andrew Duff 37 Alicia Grier 39 Kim Eaton 40 Caleb Hudlow 44 Jordan Wivell 45 Kyle Walters 45 A.J. Minnich 47 Luke Hoffman 47 Bobby Gery 54 Marcus Petereson 55 Tyler Brown 64 Junior Masters Tour 9 Hole Tyler Brown 46 Matt Snowden 47 Bobby Gery 50 Chris Karr 51 Austin Patten 58 Adam Eichelberger...
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