11:28 PM EDT, May 27, 2011
Friday, May 27, 2011
PREP TRACK & FIELD
SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. — Chambersburg sophomore Marshay Ryan won the Class AAA girls long jump title with a leap of 18 feet, 7 1/2 inches Friday during Day 1 of the PIAA state championships at Shippensburg University.
Abington’s Jordan Matthews was the runner-up at 18-3 1/4.
Clear Spring Little League
Jason Hose Realty Yankees 9, Imagery By Andrea Phillies 8
Yankees: Jeremiah Kehr, Hunter Sisk 2 hits, HR each.
Phillies: Mike Estep 2 hits, HR; Wyatt Summers 2 hits.
Bragunier Masonry Dodgers 16, K&E Construction Red Sox 6
Dodgers: Ryder Mills 4 hits, 2 HRs; Hunter Mellott HR; Zach Greenlee, Garrett Embly 3 hits each; Kyle Willhite, Alex Kehr 2 hits each.
Red Sox: Joe Micco 3 hits; Colton Aaron 2 hits.
Conococheague Minor League
R.J. Mason 11, Tony’s Pizza 10
Mason: Cade Berger 3 hits; Bella Itnyre, Colby Slusarz, Trace Draper 2 hits each.
Tony’s: Keegan Childers 3 hits; Luke McVicker, Hunter Turner 2 hits each.
Hagerstown PONY League
Susquehanna Bank 3, Firefighters 2
Susquehanna: Ethan Moats 4 Ks.
Firefighters: Timmy Hartsock HR.
Sharpsburg Little League
Knights of the Turntable 8, Vesta Pizza 5
Knights: Todd Dunkin 3 hits 4 RBIs; Trenton Marker 3 hits, Ryan Obitts, Jackson deShazo, Josh Grubb, Drew Lever 2 hits each.
Vesta: Michael Dyer, Brady Neff, Tristan Rossa 3 hits each; Gavin Hartman, Blair Rice had 2 hits each.
West End Little League
Western Enterprise 15, VFW 0
Western: Louie Peck, Ryan Nikirk, Jalen Jones 2 hits each; Zach Martin no-hitter, 12 Ks.
West End Minor League
Western Enterprise 12, Holcim 6
Western: Xavier Alicea 4 hits, 2 RBIs; Jerry Moats, Andrew Taylor, Thomas McPherson 3 hits, 2 RBIs; Luis Santiago, Jose Santiago 2 hits each.
Holcim: Charles Kelly 4 hits, 2 RBIs.
Washington County Co-Ed League
Hagerstown Medical Lab 30, Ellsworth Electric 3
Orioles to attend softball dinner
Slugger Luke Scott and pitcher Brad Bergesen of the Baltmore Orioles, along with former Oriole Scott McGregor, will be the featured guests at the Hagerstown Church Softball League’s annual sports dinner June 9 at Tri-State Fellowship in Hagerstown. The dinner begins at 6:30 p.m.
Tickets are $20 per person and can be purchased from any of the league’s coaches or at the Hagerstown Fairgrounds concession stand on weeknights or at Kamelot Florist on the corner of West Side Avenue and West Franklin Street in Hagerstown.
For information, contact Mike Kelbaugh at 301-223-4556 or visit the league’s website at www.hagerstownareachurchsoftball.com.
Gaels need volleyball coach
St. Maria Goretti is looking for a junior varsity head volleyball coach/varsity assistant. Anyone interested in coaching should contact Goretti athletic director David Blenckstone at 301-739-4266, ext. 129.
Schlossnagle named top coach
SAN DIEGO — Texas Christian baseball coach Jim Schlossnagle was named Mountain West Coach of the Year for the sixth consecutive time.
Schlossnagle, a Smithsburg High School graduate, guided the Horned Frogs to a No. 7 ranking in the national poll and their sixth consecutive Mountain West regular-season title with a 20-3 record.
It is the seventh time Schlossnagle won the Mountain West’s coaching award. Besides the six with Texas Christian, he also won the honor in 2003 when he was coaching at UNLV.
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