Saturday, May 21, 2011
PREP TRACK & FIELD
WESTMINSTER, Md. — North Hagerstown senior Anthony Winter was a triple winner Saturday at the Maryland Class 2A West region championships at Winters Mill High School.
Winter won the boys 100-meter dash in 11.02 seconds, the shot put with a throw of 46 feet, 11 1/2 inches and he teamed with Zach Schreiber, Matt Toth and Aaron Waters to win the 4x200 relay in 1:33.34.
The top four finishers in each event automatically qualified for next week’s state meet.
Also for the North boys, who finished fifth in the 12-team field, Olympic Johnson was second in the high jump (5-11), Toth was third in the 100 (11.36) and Trey King was fourth in the shot put (41-0 1/2).
· The North girls won five events and finished second to Liberty in the team standings.
Raven Jackson won the long jump (17-2) and triple jump (37-7) for the Hubs, while Charlotte Anderson won the shot put (37-6 1/2), Jessica Hunt, Imani Carter, Christine Randall and Corie Anderson won the 4x100 (50.43) and Beth Wagner, Carter, Randall and Corie Anderson won the 4x200 (1:45.30).
Emily Ward was the runner-up in both the 1,600 (5:25.89) and 3,200 (12:04.49) for North, while Wagner was second in both the 100 hurdles (15.91) and 300 hurdles (47.82) and third in the high jump (5-0), Corie Anderson was second in the 400 (1:00.25) and third in the 300 hurdles (48.13), Randall was second in the 200 (26.42), Emily Simmons was third in the 1,600 (5:30.04), Carter was fourth in the 100 (13.20) and Jackson was fourth in the 100 hurdles (16.44).
PIAA District 3 championships
SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. — Four area athletes won PIAA District 3 Class AAA titles at Shippensburg University.
Greencastle-Antrim’s Alex Yoder won the boys 100-meter dash in 10.86 seconds and the 200 in 21.99, James Buchanan’s Shane O’Neal won the boys 400 in 48.45 and, for Chambersburg, Hope Rogers won the girls discus with a throw of 123 feet, 8 inches and Jessica Whitmore won the girls 100 in 12.23.
Chambersburg had three more top-three performances. Ryun Holder was the runner-up in the boys 800 in 1:55.45, Marshay Ryan was second in the girls long jump at 18-1 1/4 and Rogers placed third in the shot put at 38-5 1/2.
PIAA District 5 championships
LOYSBURG, Pa. — Southern Fulton and McConnellsburg each won a pair of titles at the PIAA District 5 Class AA championships at Northern Bedford.
For Southern Fulton, Amy Bard won the girls 400 (59.91) and Steven Meyer won the boys javelin (159-6).
For McConnellsburg, Nikki Fleming won the girls high jump (5-0) and Lucas Banks won the boys discus (161-0).
Martinsburg 5, Mercersburg Academy 3
MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Zach Stolipher threw a complete game and had a home run as Martinsburg downed Mercersburg Academy on Saturday.
Stolipher hit his eighth home run of the season and improved his pitching record to 8-0 for Martinsburg (30-4).
Joe Sanchez had a two-run home run for Mercersburg (16-5) in the seventh inning.
Martinsburg 011 210 0 — 5 8 0
Mercersburg 000 100 2 — 3 6 0
Stolipher. M. Timoney, Collins (3), Levangie (5). WP—Stolipher. LP—Collins. HR—Ma: Stolipher. Me: Sanchez.
Martinsburg 11, Moorefield 1
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Martinsburg set a school record for victories in a season with its 29th win late Friday.
Zach Stolipher banged out five hits and drove in five runs, while Jake Sites had three hits and three RBIs for the Bulldogs (29-4).
Moorefield 000 001 — 1 3 1
Martinsburg 252 002 — 11 13 0
Kite, Taylor. Cordell, Fulk (3), Woolcock (5), Miller (6). WP—Cordell (9-1). LP—Kite.
Heritage 10, Calvary 0
MAUGANSVILLE — Kyle Smith smacked a three-run homer in the bottom of the first to lead Heritage Academy in a Mason Dixon Christian Conference tournament semifinal rout of Calvary Christian on Friday.
Bryce Nigh had two hits and Bubba Kriner pitched a three-hitter with six strikeouts for the Eagles, who will face Broadfording in the title game Monday at 4:30 p.m. at Shalom Christian.
Calvary 000 00 — 0 3 4
Heritage 403 21 — 10 7 0
Saweikis, Swagger (3) and Capper. Kriner and Patey. WP — Kriner (2-0). LP — Saweikis. HR — H: Smith (1st, two on).
Southern Fulton splits
WARFORDSBURG, Pa. — Southern Fulton downed Forbes Road 14-1 at home on Saturday and then hopped on a bus and went to Chestnut Ridge before losing 11-1 in a pair of Sideling Hill League games.
Against Forbes Road, Marley Elbin tossed a one-hitter and had seven strikeouts for the Indians (10-8, 8-8). Taylor Leasure, Taylor Morton and Kayla Chilcote each had two hits and Leasure had three RBIs.
Against Chestnut Ridge, the Indians were held to two hits.
Southern Fulton 14, Forbes Road 1
Forbes 001 00 — 1 1 1
So. Fulton 247 1x — 14 8 1
King, Clippinger (2) and Liley. Ma. Elbin and Leasure. WP— Ma. Elbin (4-4). LP—King.
Chestnut Ridge 11, Southern Fulton 1
So. Fulton 000 10 — 1 2 4
Chestnut Ridge 031 34 — 11 10 1
White and Leasure. McCoy and Finnegan. WP—McCoy. LP—White (6-4). HR—CR: Weyant (4th, two on).
Shirk earns All-American honors
HUTCHINSON, Kan. — Hagerstown Community College’s Paige Shirk earned All-American honors in two events at the NJCAA Division I Track & Field Championships.
Shirk, a Clear Spring graduate, placed sixth in the women’s discus Saturday with a personal-best throw of 136 feet, 4 inches. On Friday, she finished sixth in the shot put with a throw of 44 feet, 2 1/2 inches — also a personal best.
HCC also had two athletes in the men’s 5,000-meter run Saturday. Brandon Mauck was 18th (16:28.75) and Mike Salguero was 27th (17:21.24).
Grier finishes at NCAA
COLLEGE STATION, Tex. — Smithsburg graduate Alicia Grier posted a second straight 6-over-par 78 on Saturday for Coastal Carolina University in the final round of the NCAA Division I Women’s Championship at The Traditions Golf Club.
Grier’s 72-hole total was 323 for Coastal, making its first-ever appearance in the NCAA tournament. As a team, Coastal finished 24th.
Fisher scores hole-in-one
Rick Fisher, of Fairfield, Pa., shot a first hole-in-one at Black Rock Golf Course. He aced the 345-yard, par-4 10th hole. The shot was witnessed by Bob Wilhide, Bobby Wilhide and Jimmy Regnier.
American Little League
Funkstown Legion 12, Antietam Fire Co. 5
Funkstown: Dillon Wilson 2 HRs; Ben Higgins 3 hits.
Antietam: Quiebren Gantt, Marquie Hoffman 2 hits each.
Clear Spring Little League
Bragunier Masonry Dodgers 13, Weaver Paving Phillies 3
Dodgers: Garrett Hose 2 hits.
M&A Training Facility 17, Myers Building Systems 6
M&A: Donnie Schildtknecht, Jaret Lazich, Connor Michael 3 hits each; Dorian King 2 hits.
Myers: Dalton Myers 3 hits.
Myers Building Systems 12, K&E Construction 4
Myers: Chase Reed 2 hits, 6 Ks; Josh Lee grand slam.
Conococheague Little League
Post 202 10, Broad Run Construction 0
Post 202: Levi Taylor 2 HR, 8 Ks, no-hitter; Isaac Schlotterbeck 3 hits, HR; Gage Kyler HR; Robert Carr, Justin Taylor 2 hits each.
Tony’s Pizza 17, Broad Run 5
Tony’s: Hunter Felder 4 hits; Darian Bryan, Hunter Edwards 2 hits each.
Broad Run: Trevor Knode 2 hits, HR; Jason Getel, Nick Evans 2 hits each.
Red Men 17, Osborne’s 7
Red Men: Caden Keplinger, Zack Carpenter 2 hits, HR each; Ryan Greene, Jake Arnone 2 hits each.
Osborne’s: Madi Renn 3 hits; Justin Beckley 2 hits.
Also: Tony’s Pizza 11, Osborne’s 1
Conococheague Minor League
R.J. Mason 12, Chesapeake Financial 8
R.J. Mason: John Leone, Trace Draper 3 hits each; Colby Slusarz, Tim Franklin, C.J. Harsh 2 hits each.
Chesapeake: Robby Boward 3 hits; Camryn Moats 2 hits.
Federal Little League
Rotary 4, Exchange 2
Rotary: Max Conrad 2 hits, HR; Ian Selby 2 hits.
Exchange: Michael Brady, Shane Wilson HR each.
Federal Little League
Lions 10, Alsatia 9
Lions: Myles Nicholson, Alex Walter 2 hits each; Luke O’Dell 2 hits, HR.
Alsatia: Jayvien Sandridge 3 hits, HR; Tom Cremins 2 hits.
Federal Minor League
JTT 23, Backed By Barvinchack 4
JTT: Jordan Glessner, Johnnie Davis 4 hits each; Braydon Shives, Dalton Curry, Ben Pickett, Carson Casey 3 hits each; Trae Grove, Owen O’Connor, Kiersten Connor, Colin Abram 2 hits each.
Barvinchack: Gabe Elliott 2 hits, HR; Logan Bratburd, Dawson Barvinchack, Kaleb Dillow 2 hits each.
Centra Bank 9, Dr. Handyman 6
Centra Bank: Daryl Anders 3 hits; Owen Markowski, Jacob Hill, Michael Gronholm 2 hits each.
Centra Bank 8, Par Delivery 7
Centra Bank: Jacob Hill 3 hits; Owen Markowski, Will Sours, Marley Begosh, Michael Gronholm, Carter Markowski, Daryl Anders 2 hits each.
Par Delivery: Miles Keats, Hunter Maddock, Donnie Dinterman 3 hits each; Carter Conroy 2 hits.
Par Delivery 12, Centra Bank 8
Par Delivery: Miles Keats, Michael Keats 3 hits each; Raeyden Kershner, T.J. Weaver, Lucas Mowen, Carter Conroy, Hunter Maddock 2 hits each.
Centra Bank: John Hill, Will Sours, Kyle Corley 2 hits each.
Abeles Investment Consulting 10, Greene Turtle 9
Abeles: Tyler Remsburg, Braden Kolb 3 hits each; Ethan Zimmerman, Dylan Kolb, Jake Lyon 2 hits each.
Greene Turtle: Grant Frazee, Pete Sirface 3 hits each; Kameron Petner, Maia Mattias, Cameron Owens 2 hits each.
Hagerstown PONY League
FOP 9, Susquehanna Bank 1
FOP: Jeff Bennett 9 Ks; Jordan Stonebreaker, Dalton Cool, Eugene Byers 2 hits each.
Susquehanna: Airin Martin HR.
Goodwill 12, FOP 8
Goodwill: Cole Huntzberry 2 RBIs, Jordan Edlund 2 hits; Michael Brechbill 2 hits, 3 RBIs; Michael Kelbaugh 2 RBIs.
FOP: Joey Swartz 3 hits, 3 RBIs; Jordan Stonebreaker 2 hits, 2 RBIs; Hunter Martin 2 hits.
Eagles 6, Goodwill 4
Eagles: Cody Hammond 7 Ks; Tyler Anders 2 hits, HR, 2 RBIs.
Goodwill: Wyatt Scriever 2 run HR.
Centra Bank 10, Firefighters 3
Centra: Riley Lazich 2 hits, HR, 2 RBIs; Jeremiah Younker, Josh Miller 2 hits each; Austin Golden 2 RBIs.
UAW 18, Firefighters 10
UAW: Zach Andrews 2 hits, 2 RBIs; Tyler Hollis 3 hits, HR, 4 RBIs; Matt Clopper 2 hits, HR, 4 RBIs; J.J. Cooper 2 hits.
Firefighters: Collin McVicker 2 RBIs; Timmy Hartsock HR, 2 RBIs; Tyler George, Garrett Spinks 2 hits each.
Centra Bank 14, UAW 8
Centra: Riley Lazich 2 hits, HR, 3 RBIs; Jordan Davis 2 RBIs.
UAW: J.T. Altman 2 RBIs; Chase Eichelberger 2 hits.
Halfway Little League
Carpet Gallery 8, Sharrett 6
Carpet Gallery: Harrison Barger 3 hits, HR; Bryce Ruppenthal, J.P. Melby 2 hits each.
Carpet Gallery 11, Valley Storage 1
Carpet Gallery: Harrison Barger, Camryn Keller 3 hits each; Grant Adams HR; Bryce Ruppenthal 1-hitter, 9 Ks.
Hancock Little League
Home Center Pharmacy 11, J&J Taxidermy 8
Home Center: Taylor Kerns 3 hits, 2 HR; Ean Mann 2 hits, HR; Zach Clark 2 hits.
J&J: Tyler Unger 2 hits, HR; Tanner Elbin, Ethan Souders, Cooper Grove 2 hits each; Kyle Smith HR.
Thompson Gas 9, Buffalo Wild Wings 7
Thompson: Connor McClellan 2 hits, 3 RBIs; Anthony Bizzell, Jared Cline 2 hits each.
BWW: P.J. Kuhn 2 hits, 2 RBIs; Zach Keener 2 hits.
Buffalo Wild Wings 9, Thompson Gas 8
BWW: Landon Bussard 2 hits.
Thompson: Anthony Bizzell, Jared Cline 3 hits, 2 RBIs each; Connor McClellan 2 hits.
Maugansville Little League
Maugansville Ruritan 13, Maugans Oil 10
Ruritan: Reid Wallech 3 hits; J.J. Clemmer, Joseph George, Spencer Martin 2 hits each.
Maugans Oil: Justin Aikins 3 hits; Jacob Carbaugh 2 hits.
National Little League
FOP 13, Crampton 11
FOP: Colton Repp, Chad Shumaker 2 hits, Mitch Wilson HR
Crampton: Cody Crawford Chandler Penn 3 hits; Jamerion Doleman, Dawson Hottinger, Jordan Row 2 hits each.
Funkstown Legion 9, AMVETS 8
Funkstown: Jarett Hall, Matt Sandeen, Rian Flaherty 2 hits each; Noah Hamburg 7 Ks.
AMVETS: Anthony Hodges 3 hits; McCoy Dutrow 2 hits, HR.
Sharpsburg Little League
B&B Automotive 11, Lions Club 1
B&B: Blaine Morris, Austin Getridge, Evan Hale 2 hits each; Matt Harsh 3 hits, 2 HRs.
Smithsburg Little Sluggers
Brocroft Kennels 14, Basement Barber Shop 0
Brocroft: Cayden Palamar, Aiden Ensor, Leo Worton, Jaylyn Nieman 3 hits each; Chase Cohen, Aidyn Smith, Cayden Quirion, Domenic Rucci 2 hits each.
Wolfe’s Den 14, JJ’s Landscaping 4
Wolfe’s Den: Blake Wagner, Jordan Ingram, Diego Rivera 4 hits each; Daniel Thomas, Kyle Dwinnells, Antonio Roldan, Ben Gilroy 3 hits each.
JJ’s: Garret Routzan 3 hits.
Valley Little League
Post 211 10, Dorsey Bros. 5
Post 211: Bryce Scharenbroch, Matt Dunn 2 hits each.
Dorsey Bros.: Jared Durning 3 hits; Trevor Hatcher 2 hits.
Post 211 12, SMRG 7
Post 211: Duke Zimmerman 4 hits; Bryce Scharenbroch, Robert Tracey 3 hits each; Chase Metz, Gavin Shubert, Mark Moholt, Matt Dunn, Nick Petras 2 hits each.
SMRG: Jeremy Dunkin, Graham Morrison 2 hits each.
Collins’ 15, Allegany 5
Collins’: Nick Bono 3 hits; Thomas Monn, Toby Hollar, Jackson Reed, Connor Dixon 2 hits each.
Allegany: C.J. Dree 3 hits; Devin Bollinger 2 hits.
BJ Builders 17, Holcim 2
BJ Builders: Brady Martin 3 hits, grand slam, 6 RBIs; Frankie Corsi 3 hits, 4 RBIs; Dylan Moser, Dillon Smith, Cole Starnes 2 hits each.
Holcim: Josh Black 2 hits.
Food Pro 9, Huntzberry 5
Food Pro: Tyler Kidd 3 hits; Garrett Evans, Alondra Guzman, 2 hits each.
Huntzberry: Cole McKeever, Rhyan Day, Drew Talbert 2 hits each.
West End Little League
Western Enterprise 10, FOP 9
Western: Zach Martin, Chase McCoy 2 hits each.
FOP: Mickeal Ehmer 2 hits.
West End Minor League
Martin’s 10, Holcim 5
Martin’s: Ethan Palmer, Owen Reasner, Kaden Billman 3 hits each.
Holcim: Devin Martin 3 hits; Chuck Kelley, Jordan Wilson 2 hits each.
Washington County Girls League
Middle School Division
Jerry’s Sports 9, Sudz Hot Wash 3
Jerry’s: Kylee Garnett 2 hits, HR, 3 RBIs; Katelyn Mehrling 2-run triple; Mehrling and Megan Potter combined for 13 Ks.
WMYLC U15 Boys
Hagerstown Saints 10, St. John’s 6
Saints: Mikey Ewing 2 goals, assist; Cole Barnhart 2 goals; Connor O’Malley 2 goals, 2 assists; Ryan Milligan 3 goals, 2 assists, 7 ground balls; Saavon Brown goal; Grant Tribble, Willie Spinnler assist each; Coleman McHose 10 saves.
Hagerstown Saints 8, Spires 0
Saints: Mikey Ewing 3 goals, 2 assists, 5 ground balls; Connor O’Malley 2 goals, assist; Ryan Milligan goal, assist, 5 ground balls; Saavon Brown, Andrew Tapley goal each; Grant Tribble assist; Coleman McHose 7 saves.
Notes: The Saints finished the season 10-0.