Sunday, April 15, 2012
BALTIMORE — Hagerstown Community College went extra innings in the first game of a doubleheader to defeat CCBC-Essex 4-3.
Dylan Dunn delivered a two-run double in the top of the eighth inning in what turned out to be the game-winning run. Essex (17-14) scored one run in the bottom of the eighth.
Terrell Thompson and Eric Schanzenbacher had two hits apiece for HCC.
In the nightcap, the Hawks (23-20) were shut down with six hits, 7-0.
Andrew Zeger had two hits.
Shepherd 11, Alderson-Broaddus 9
PHILIPPI, W.Va. — Aaron Scoville hit a two-run double in the fifth inning to give Shepherd University the lead on Sunday as the Rams held on for a WVIAC victory over Alderson-Broaddus.
Shepherd (25-13, 18-6) used a 13-hit attack to pull out the victory. Bryan DiRosario went 3-for-4 and scored three times, while Scoville and Michael Lott added two hits each.
The Rams jumped out to a 6-0 lead in the second, highlighted by Scoville’s two-run single.
Reliever Trevor Appleby (5-3) recored the win, allowing a run on seven hits in 3 2/3 innings of work. Paul Hvozdovic pitched a hitless inning for his third save.
Rams lose two
INSTITUTE, W.Va. — Shepherd University dropped a pair of games to West Virginia State, 8-0 and 1-0.
Sam McQuade, of McConnellsburg, Pa., had three hits in the opener for Shepherd (29-20, 16-6 WVIAC).
Slippery Rock 22, Shepherd 13
SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. – Holly Webb tallied four goals as Slippery Rock defeated Shepherd University on Sunday.
Slippery Rock opened the game on a 11-2 run, leading to a 17-6 halftime lead.
Junior midfielder Nicole Ruane led the Rams (10-4) with four goals to set a school record for goals in a season with 59. Krista Tippett, Jenny Cavey, and Hayley Roper added two goals each for Shepherd.
COLLEGE TRACK & FIELD
GRANTHAM, Pa. — Prince Dawkins placed in four events to help the Hagerstown Community College men finish seventh in a field of 14 teams in the Messiah College Invitational on Saturday.
Dawkins finished fifth in the 200 meters (22.73 seconds), sixth in the 400 (51.16) and eighth in the long jump (20-7 3/4). He joined Brandon Horning, Heisman Johnson and Luis Majano to finish sixth in the 4x800 relay.
Mike Salguero finished seventh in the 1,500 (4:14.43) for the Hawks, while Wyatt Funk was fourth in the high jump (5-8) and Justin Gunne was seventh in the javelin (138-3).
Whitney Murphy placed in three events and Amber Elliot scored points in two as HCC’s women finished 10th in an 11-team field.
Murphy was fourth in the 100 (13.01) and the 200 (27.28), while Elliot took seventh in the 100 (13.28).
Murphy and Elliot joined Victoria Broadwater and Ashley Smothers to finish sixth in the 4x100 relay (53.51).
Pappas wins at Speedway
Nick Pappas started from the front row and never looked back as he led from flag to flag to win the Hoosier Tire Mid-Atlantic late model sportsman feature at Saturday’s Cartoon Family Night at Hagerstown Speedway.
Pappas, of Gaithersburg, Md., collected his first career victory by a 3.28-second margin over Mike Walls.
Hagerstown’s Dave Stouffer Jr. won the Ernie D’s pure stock feature, narrowly holding off Kevin Boyer.
HARRISBURG, Pa. — Greencastle defeated State College 11-10 in eight innings but then lost to Lower Dauphin 8-5 in the Lower Dauphin Tournament on Saturday.
Rachel Kline had a game-winning single in the bottom of the eighth inning for the Blue Devils.
Jenna Crunkleton had a two-run triple among her three hits against State College.
Crunkleton had three hits and Kline had two in the loss to Lower Dauphin.
Conococheague Junior League
Tony’s Pizza 5, Jeter Paving 4
Tony’s Pizza: Tanner Bowen 3 hits; Austin Socks, Austin Sigler 2 hit each.
Jeter Paving: Brandon Eyler 2 hits
Maugansville Minor League
One Seventeen A/VAs 15, Denny’s Auto Machine 5
One Seventeen A/VAs: Sam Martin, Trevor Jelinek, Nathan Supit, Ryan Wade, Cole Gallihugh, Liam Harbert 3 hits each;
Denny’s Auto Machine: Bennett Decker, Chase Brown, Caleb Gee 3 hits each; Collin Gee 2 hits.
Maugansville Junior League
Retro Vending 14, Sportsland 13
Retro Vending: Aaron Anderson, Jared Faith, Tucker Brugh 2 hits each.
Maugansville Little League
Maugansville Ruritan 15, Brewer’s Auto 2
Maugansville Ruritan: Spencer Martin 3 hits, 2 RBIs; Brandon Gasaway 2 hits, 2 RBIs; Joseph George 2 RBIs, 5 Ks; Hoyt Chaney 4 Ks.
Brewer’s: Ryan Clark 3 hits.
Sharpsburg Little League
Hagerstown Suns 8, Lions Club 6
Hagerstown Suns: Zach Holder 3 hits, grand slam; Hayden Elmy 2 hits.
Lions Club: Aaron Hartle 2 hits, 4Ks.
B&B Automotive 8, Lions 2
B&B: Ben Burgan 3 hits, 7 Ks; Ryan Crook 2 2Bs.
Maryland State Cup
Clear Spring Blast 1, St. Mary’s United 0
Blast: Bradly Mills goal; Corey Ellis 15 saves; Blast moves into Elite Eight, faces Bethesda Revolution in Aberdeen, Md. on Sunday.
Washington Area Girls Soccer
Hagerstown Freedom ‘99 5ODFC Sting 0
Freedom (4-0-3): Hannah Statler goal, assist; Taylor Neff, Ali Rhinaman, Lexi Robinson, Zoe Mutchler goal each. Kenzie Sarber assist. Madison Foltz 3 saves, Taylor Morgan 2 saves.
Hagerstown Freedom ‘99 1FSC Xplosion 0
Freedom: Cassie Lavin goal; Taylor Morgan 3 saves, Madison Foltz 2 saves.
AYSO U10 Boys
Heat 5, No. 3 2
Heat: Owen Ledder 4 goals; Christian Blazes goal, assist; Nick Rupp 5 saves; Liam Burns, Aaron Ortiz 4 saves each.
BAYSL No. 1 9, HAYSL No. 2 2
HAYSL No 2: Hamza Sorhab 2 goals; Ian McKinney 9 saves.
HAYSL Heat 4, HAYSL No. 4 3
Heat: Christian Blazes 3 goals, Alec Shortuse goal; Hai Diep assist; Aaron Ortiz 7 saves.
HAYSL No. 2 4, BAYSL No. 2 4
HAYSL No. 2: Jarrett Brady 4 goals; Logan Wean, Arrick Smith, Aidan Hipkiss assist each; Aidan Hipkiss 14 saves.
AYSO U10 Girls
HAYSL Sour Patch Kids 2, HAYSL Strikers 1
Sour Patch Kids: Madison Mertz 2 goals, save; Riley Gladhill 5 saves; Lucy Covington 3 saves.
HAYSL Cheetahs 7, BAYSL No. 3 0
Cheetahs: Emily Askin, Haylee Whittington: 2 goals each; Katarina Storch 3 goals; Ashley Frey, Katarina Storch, Olivia Paulson assist each; Paige Ludwig, Emma Shaer save each.
AYSO U12 Boys
HAYSL No. 1 3, HAYSL Men In Black 2
Men In Black: Chad Reedy, Nathan Roberts goal each.
HAYSL Red Bulls 3, HAYSL Black 2
Red Bulls: Tanner Vonstein 2 goals; Rion Murray goal, 3 saves; Ethan Murray assist, 3 saves; Austin Cline assist; Michael Hogan, Christian Drury 10 saves each; Caleb Goree 2 saves.
AYSO: U16 coed
HAYSL No. 3 3, HAYSL No. 5 3
No. 5: Kyle Rossen; Dominic Smith-Dileo, David Renehan goal each.
HAYSL No. 4 2, HAYSL No. 1 1
No. 4: Joe Rohr 2 goals; Eduardo Elias, Herwin Sarabia assist each; Brandon Zalewski 3 saves.
HAYSL No. 2 2, HAYSL No. 3 1
No. 2: Tori Freed, Braden Vanorsdale goal each; Casey Fletcher 4 saves; Joey Jacques, Toti Freed 2 saves each.
AYSO: U16 Girls
HAYSL No. 2 4, Jefferson County No. 4 3
HAYSL: Madelin Foland 2 goals; Tori Freed goal, 7 saves; Amy Metz goal; Lovelei Holly, Amy Metz assist each; Alisha Swope 4 saves.
AYSO U14 Extended Play Area I
HAYSL Predators 2, Gettysburg No. 1 3
Predators: Cara Burgan goal, assist; Alex El-Mohandes goal; Mekenzie Ludwig assist; Rosemary Delgado 2 saves.