Friday, May 11, 2012
PREP TRACK & FIELD
WILLIAMSPORT — The Boonsboro girls and Williamsport boys won the team titles as the Washington County championships concluded Friday.
Seventeen of the 18 events were held Thursday, but due to strong winds, the pole vault competition was postponed to Friday.
While the Williamsport boys clinched their title Thursday, the Boonsboro girls still had work to do to hold off North Hagerstown.
While North’s Emily Smith won the girls pole vault at 8 feet, 6 inches, it wasn’t enough to overtake the Warriors, who had three placewinners in the event as they wrapped up their second straight outdoor county championship.
Smithsburg’s Emma Gerhold was the runner-up at 8-6, while Boonsboro’s Emily Moats placed third (8-0).
Nick Berchock won the boys pole vault with a jump of 12 feet for champion Williamsport. Smithsburg’s Nick Porter was second (11-6) and Williamsport’s Brandon Kline was third (11-0).
Final boys team scores: 1. Williamsport 203; 2. South Hagerstown 131.5; 3. Boonsboro 118; 4. Smithsburg 104; 5. North Hagerstown 69.5; 6. Hancock 34.5; 7. Clear Spring 20.5.
Final girls team scores: 1. Boonsboro 155; 2. North 143; 3. Williamsport 126; 4. South 106; 5. Smithsburg 104; 6. Hancock 30; 7. Clear Spring 19.
Washington County Championships
First round: Winston (SH) d. D’Alauro (B), 6-4, 6-2; Smith (NH) d. Robertson (CS), 6-2, 6-0; Henson (SH) d. Grosh (S), 6-0, 6-1.
Quarterfinals: Zac O’Neal (CS) d. Winston, 6-1, 6-4; Brady (NH) d. Scharenbroch (S), 6-4, 2-6, 7-5; Adams (W) d. Smith, 6-1, 6-0; Aleshin-Guendel (B) d. Henson, 6-4, 6-3.
Quarterfinals: Seifarth (S) d. Niang (SH), 6-3, 6-2; Speak (CS) d. White (S), 6-2, 6-3; Froehlich (B) d. Adkins (SH), 6-2, 1-6, 6-1.
Semifinals: Kearney (CS) d. Seifarth, 6-0, 6-1.
First round: Remsburg/Weirich (B) d. Longnecker/Stemper (W), 6-0, 6-2; Eastman/Lyle (NH) d. Gift/Rose (SH), 6-1, 6-3; Beachley/Troxell (NH) d. J. Dwyer/A. Dwyer (S), 6-4, 6-1; Chin/Lee (S) d. Canova/Miller (SH), 7-5, 6-2.
Quarterfinals: Hovermale/Shupp (CS) d. Remsburg/Weirich, 7-5, 6-2; Deal/McSherry (S) d. Eastman/Lyle, 6-3, 6-3; Bucher/Caudell (CS) d. Beachley/Troxell, 6-1, 7-5; Flessner/Marshall (W) d. Chin/Lee, 6-1, 6-1.
First round: Moore/Shoemaker (W) d. Griffith/Kretzer (SH), 6-4, 6-4; Michael/O’Neal (CS) d. Getka/Humphrey (B), 6-2, 6-2; Greenwald/Grewe (NH) d. Benner/Tariq (S), 6-1, 6-2; Barnhart/Humbertson (CS) d. DeHart/Royster (S), 6-2, 6-1; Irwin/McCoy (NH) d. Madden/Shuler (SH), 6-1, 6-2; Poling/Shinoda (B) d. Russo/Saum (W), 6-1, 6-2; Roberts/Wright (NH) d. Goodnough/Porter (SH), 6-0, 6-2.
Quarterfinals: Colgan/Hawbaker (B) d. Moore/Shoemaker, 6-0, 6-0; Michael/O’Neal d. Greenwald/Grewe, 6-1, 4-6, 7-5; Irwin/McCoy d. Barnhart/Humbertson, 1-6, 6-3, 6-4; Roberts/Wright d. Poling/Shinoda, 6-1, 6-3.
Quarterfinals: Ober/Johnson (NH) d. Koons/Martinez (W), 6-0, 6-0; Brandt/Garner (CS) d. White/Mies (W), 6-3, 6-0; Grahn/Dunn (NH) d. Kurapaty/Kerr (B), 6-1, 7-5; McClure/D. Forsman (CS) d. Ly/Cornett, 6-2, 6-0.
Semifinals: Ober/Johnson d. Brandt/Garner, 6-3, 7-6 (5); McClure/Forsman d. Grahn/Dunn, 6-1, 6-1.
Note: The tournament will resume Saturday morning at 9 at North Hagerstown.
Hancock 6, Allegany 4
CUMBERLAND, Md. — Nate Souders smacked a three-run homer in the fifth to lead Hancock past Allegany in the Maryland Class 1A West Region West Section first round.
Tanner Manning had four hits, Garrett Wiles had three hits and Vinny Foreman had 11 strikeouts for the Panthers.
Urbana 9, South 4
IJAMSVILLE, Md. — South Hagerstown lost to Urbana in the Maryland Class 3A West first round. No more information was available.
Washington 4, Jefferson 1
CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. — Ryan Pansch pitched a two-hitter with 14 strikeouts, while adding three hits and two RBIs, to lead Washington past Jefferson in the West Virginia Class AAA Region II Section 1 playoffs.
Andrew King had the lone RBI for Jefferson.
Musselman 12, Hedgesville 10
HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. — Evan Woolum had two doubles and two RBIs, Darrin Zombro had a double and three RBIs and Jacob Whitmore added two RBIs for Musselman in its win over Hedgesville in the West Virginia Class AAA Region II Section 2 playoffs.
Q.J. Peterson had three hits for Hedgesville, while Troy Markeley had two hits, including a home run, and Jason Mayles added two RBIs.
Brunswick 18, Boonsboro 4
BRUNSWICK, Md. — Tate Rolland had eight goals and two assists for Brunswick in a Maryland Class 2A-1A West Region West Sectional semifinal victory over Boonsboro.
Caleb Grove, Justin Jardeleza, Caleb Jardeleza and Sam Angle each had a goal, Rex Legore had an assist and Alex Pizarro had nine saves for the Warriors (4-10).
James Buchanan 8, Mercersburg 6
Mercersburg (2-4-1): Michael De La Rosa 3 hits, RBI; Ben Barrows 2 hits, 3 RBIs; Timi Tejani, Deji Andrew 2 hits each.
JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS SOCCER
Grace 2, CVCS 0
Grace: Miranda Binkley goal, assist; Ruthie Buser goal.
Note: Shalom, a 4-0 winner over Heritage in the other semifinal, will host Grace in final Saturday at 7 p.m.
Shepherd 7, Seton Hill 6
JOHNSTOWN, Pa. — Nash Hutter hit a two-run, walk-off double in the bottom of the ninth inning to lift Shepherd to a 7-6 win over Seton Hill (43-9) in the WVIAC tournament Friday.
Hutter finished 3-for-5 with four RBIs, while Aaron Scoville went 3-for-5 for the Rams (28-20), who face West Virginia State at 9:30 a.m. Saturday.
Minnich is WVIAC Player of Year, four other Rams honored
Five Shepherd University players were named to the 2012 All-West Virginia Conference team on Thursday, led by senior first baseman Nathan Minnich, the conference’s player and hitter of the year.
Minnich is joined on the first team by senior relief pitcher Andrew Gallant and sophomore pitcher Paul Hvozdovic. Senior designated hitter Nash Hutter and junior second baseman Chad Murphy were second-team choices.
Minnich, a Waynesboro graduate, had a .500 average (68-for-136) through Wednesday and led Shepherd in average, hits, RBIs (66), runs (63), total bases (141), walks (50), home runs (21), slugging percentage (1.047) and on-base percentage (.647). Minnich led NCAA Division II in average, on-base percentage, slugging percentage and home runs per game (0.46). He is ranked in the top six nationally in seven other categories, and has set numerous career and season records.
Hvozdovic posted a 10-3 record with a save and a 2.86 ERA. He had a team-high 74 strikeouts in 91 1/3 innings. His 10 wins and 15 starts tie Shepherd single-season records.
Gallant had a 4-3 record and a team-best six saves with a 3.95 ERA. He had 53 strikeouts in 54 2/3 innings.
Hutter had a .325 batting average (49-for-151) with 40 RBIs and 38 runs. He is second on the team with nine homers, and also has hit nine doubles and a triple.
Murphy was batting .372 (54-for-145) with 36 RBIs and 38 runs. He had a team-best 14 doubles and three home runs.
Breeden is MAAC Rookie of Year
Rider University freshman Allysen Breeden, a North Hagerstown graduate, was named the 2012 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Rookie of the Year on Thursday.
Breeden hit .277 and led the Broncs in RBIs (27), doubles (eight), home runs (three) and walks (14). Her 46 hits were tied for second-best on the team.
Breeden was a two-time Herald-Mail All-County First Team honoree as a catcher for the Hubs in 2010-11.
Clear Spring Minor League
Not A Pawn Padres 5, Ernst’s Market Orioles 4
Padres: Dillian Taylor HR.
Conococheague Little League
Redmen 5, Broad Run 1
Redmen: Ryan Greene 10 Ks.
Broad Run: Jaustin Itnyre 2 hits.
Federal Little League
Funkstown Legion 8, Lions 2
Funkstown: Seamus Murray, Bailey Claudy, Dylan Watson, Mike Thomas 2 hits each.
Lions: Alex Walter HR.
Federal Minor League
Red Sox 17, Conroy Photo 14
Red Sox: Ryan Talbert 3 hits, HR; T.J. Foltz 3 hits; Johnnie Davis, Chris King, Zach Schletewitz, Braden Shives, Carson Casey 2 hits each.
Conroy: Raeden Kershner, Kaleb Dillow, Jeremy Nye, Carter Conroy 2 hits each.
Hagerstown PONY League
Goodwill 11, Eagles 3
Goodwill: Justin Smith 9 Ks.
Redmen 11, Susquehanna Bank 1
Redmen: Shun Hickman 6 Ks; Jordan Tapley 2 hits, HR, 2 RBIs; Matt Shipley grand slam; Levi Taylor 2 hits, HR, 3 RBIs.
United Bank 10, Goodwill 2
United Bank: Bryce Scharenbroch 2 hits, 2 RBIs; Brandon Stotler, Devin Griffith 2 hits each; Ben Quirple 2 RBIs.
Goodwill: Justin Smith 2 hits, Brandon Taylor HR.
Thompson’s Gas (South Mtn.) 15, South Mtn. Rod & Gun (Valley) 11
Thompson’s: Brock Smith 2 HRs; Zach Crampton 2 hits, HR; Brady Robinson 2 hits.
Rod & Gun: Vincent Steiner, Chris Martin 3 hits each.
Maugansville Little League
Flora Electric 12, Maugansville Ruritan 2
Flora: T.J. Quelet, Spencer McNamee, Jared Caudell, Chad Hutzell 3 hits each; Logan Gleason, Mason Gelwicks 2 hits each.
Fairview LLC 15, Griffith Oil 14
Fairview: Jacob Pugh 3 hits, game-winning HR.
Griffith: Jacob Carbaugh 3 hits, HR.
National Minor League
Antietam 8, Western Maryland 6
Antietam: Carter Stottlemyer 3 hits.
Aladdin 16, Goodwill 14
Aladdin: Brandon Longerbeam 3 hits; Elijah Hill, Jonathan True 2 hits each; Daniel Luna 5 Ks.
Goodwill: Timothy Seifert, Jordan Herbert 2 hits each.
South Mountain AA Division
Turn The Page 11, South Mountain Creamery 10
Turn The Page: Trace Milburn 2 hits.
South Mountain: Reilly Wade 2 hits; Joseph Zabrucky HR.
Valley Little League
Dorsey 11, Total Lube 10
Dorsey: Austin Moser, Dylan Eyler, Daemyon Garey, Chase Molony, Brendan Kemp 2 hits each; Bryce Arnold game-winning walk-off double.
Total Lube: Brett Baile 4 hits; Cody Bollinger 2 hits.
West End Little League
AFL-CIO 18, Western Enterprise 5
AFL-CIO: K.K. Gaines, Will Stoey, Isiah Dillinger, Steven Ricketts 2 hits each.
Western: D.J. Eby 2 hits.
Coca-Cola 21, AFL-CIO 3
Coca-Cola: C.J. Bright 3 HRs; Xavier Dominguez 3 hits, HR; Tyler Baker, Kameron Hollinger 3 hits each; Bailey Himes, Kaleb Shanholtz 2 hits each.
AFL-CIO: Alaric Hickman 3 hits; K.K. Gaines, Will Stoey, Isiah Dillinger 2 hits each.
Don Cables collected his fourth career hole-in-one Friday. He knocked in a hybrid on the par-3 128-yard No. 3 hole at Beaver Creek Country Club. Witnessing the shot were Paul Babineau, Chris Rhodes and James Scarberry.
Joe Robeson 5K on June 2
The first Joe Robeson 5K run will be held June 2 at 8:30 a.m., starting and finishing at North Hagerstown High School’s Mike Callas Stadium.
For information, contact Wayne Kretzer at 301-739-1366 or firstname.lastname@example.org.