Friday, March 15, 2013
Goretti 10, St. John’s 6
FREDERICK, Md. — Jackson Roth had three hits, including a solo home run in the second, to lead St. Maria Goretti to its first win of the season over St. John’s Catholic Prep.
Josh Moats had two hits, including a two-run homer in the fifth, and Jake Moats and Tim Davidson had two hits each for the Gaels (1-1).
Goretti 010 062 1 — 10 13 4
St. John’s 004 100 1 — 6 4 4
Kinter, Bartholomew (6) and Bartholomew, Proctor (6). Bealmear, Griffin (4) and Ceci. WP — Kinter (1-0). LP — Bealmear. HR — Goretti: Roth (2nd, none on); Jo. Moats (5th, one on).
Jefferson 5-4, Wyoming Area 4-5
SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. — Andrew Grove drove in three runs to lead Jefferson over Wyoming Area in the home opener for the Cougars.
Down 4-3, Jefferson (2-0) picked up two runs to take the lead in the bottom of the fifth inning.
Wyoming Area came back to win the second game, holding off a two-run Jefferson rally in the sixth inning. Andrew King had a triple and double for the Cougars (2-1).
Wyoming 301 000 0 — 4 3 2
Jefferson 201 020 x — 5 7 0
Wyoming 301 010 0 — 5 8 0
Jefferson 100 102 0 — 4 7 1
Martinsburg 4, University 3
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Tyler Mason drove home Ryan Dougall with the lead run in a two-run sixth inning and Martinsburg made it hold in its season opener.
Dougall also drove in a run with a double and Chris Longdo picked up the win with three innings of relief work for Martinsburg.
University 002 000 1 — 3 9 4
Martinsburg 000 112 x — 4 6 0
Handley 11, Musselman 6
WINCHESTER, Va. — Handley scored 11 runs in the fifth inning to overcome a 4-0 Musselman lead in the season opener for the Applemen, who committed eight errors.
Darrin Zombro had three hits and Tyler Gross drove in two runs for Musselman.
Musselman 020 200 2 — 6 11 8
Handley 000 0(11)0 x — 11 11 2
Musselman 6, James Wood 3
WINCHESTER, Va. — Musselman banged out 10 hits to post a win over James Wood.
Thomas Presley had three hits and Maverick Keller and Jacob Whitmore each had two, including a double apiece, for the Applemen (1-1).
Musselman 201 300 0 — 6 10 3
James Wood 002 000 1 — 3 8 3
Washington 16, Goretti 0
Chelsea Carey and Carly Jansure combined on a no-hitter as Washington shut out St. Maria Goretti (0-1) in the season opener for both teams that was called after three innings.
Carey had five strikeouts and Erin Lehman and Mikayla Willingham had two hits, including a triple, each for the Patriots (1-0).
Washington 574 — 16 12 0
Goretti 000 — 0 0 1
Carey, Jansure (3) and Manuel. Litzinger and Holderby. WP — Carey. LP — Litzinger.
Jefferson 9, Berkeley Springs 4
SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. — Jenna Witt had a pair of doubles and pitched six innings of one-run ball to lead Jefferson in the season opener for both teams.
Kaitlyn Boyd had a double, single and two RBIs, Alexandra Witt tripled and singled with two RBIs and Chelsea Shephard drove in two runs with a triple.
Goretti 20, Mount Carmel 1
ESSEX, Md. — St. Maria Goretti easily won its second match of the season as Matt Casto scored seven goals and Mike Ewing accounted for five.
Will Snider, John Martin and Morgan Kenworthy each had two goals and Graham Horst and Jordan Patterson each had one. Kenworthy, a defender, also had two assists and keeper Mike Fairley posted eight saves for the Gaels (2-1).
Hedgesville 4, Goretti 3
Singles — 1. Aaron Snook (G) Bret Harmon, 8-0; 2. Bryce Reeder (G) d. Anthony King, 8-3; 3. Josh Tost (H) d. Simon Wroblewski, 8-1; 4. Daniel Rauch (H) d. Brady Shaper, 8-1.
Doubles — 1. Snook/Reeder (G) d. Harmon/Rauch, 8-2; 2. King/Tost (H) d. Wroblewski/Ozair Waseem, 9-8 (7-3); 3. Hedgesville by fft.
Record: Goretti 0-2.
Hedgesville 5, Goretti 2
Singles — 1. Aishu Saluja (H) d. Laura Winalski, 9-7; 2. Lauren Clopper (G) d. Anna Bock, 9-8 (9-7); 3. Axexa Cincinnati (H) d. Monica DivinaGracia, 8-5; 4. Anna Gilpin (H) d. Emma Mullineaux, 8-0.
Doubles — 1. Winalski/Clopper (G) d. Saluja/Bock, 8-5; 2. Cincinnati/Gilpin (H) d. DivinaGracia/Mullineaux, 8-0; 3. Hana Ulman/Jillian O’Connell (H) fft.
Record: Goretti 0-2.
Snowden first in opener
LEONARDTOWN, Md. — Former Smithsburg High School golfer Matt Snowden opened the Maryland JuCo season with a first-place tie in medal honors for Hagerstown Community College on Thursday.
Under windy and cold conditions at Breton Bay Country Club, Snowden shot an 81, good for a tie with Allegany’s Joe McCauley.
HCC, with only two players, did not compete for team honors. Allegany won the team match with 344 strokes.
Hagerstown Junior League All-Star games Saturday
The Hagerstown Junior Basketball League will hold its second annual George Stottlemyer All-Star Saturday Saturday afternoon at St. Maria Goretti High School.
The seventh- and eighth-grade B all-stars play the first game at noon, followed by the elementary (sixth grade) all-stars at 1:45 and the seventh- and eighth-grade A all-stars at 3:45.
Trophy presentations for conference, playoff and tournament champions will be held between games.
Proceeds go to the league’s George Stottlemyer Scholarship Fund.
Speedway postpones all weekend events
Hagerstown Speedway’s Community Yard Sale and Test and Tune session scheduled for Saturday and Sunday’s Brawl in the Fall event have been postponed until March 23 and 24.
The Yard Sale/Swap Meet is set for March 23 at 8 a.m., with the Test and Tune at 1 p.m.
The pit gates for the Brawl in the Fall on March 24 will open at 11 a.m. and spectator gates at noon, with racing getting under way at 2 p.m., leading off with the last chance Non-Qualifier races for the big block modified and 358 sprints.
Information can be found on the speedway’s website at www.hagerstownspeedway.com or by calling the speedway office at 301-582-0640.
Softball clinics postponed
The softball clinics scheduled for Saturday at Halfway Little League have been postponed. The new date has not yet been determined.
The clinics will be run by Softball Factory of Columbia, Md., and will be hosted by Maryland District 1 Little League for the entire Eastern Region.
For information on the clinic or to register, visit the website at www.softballfactory.com/training or call 1-855-822-5115.
Travel baseball tryouts
The Renegades travel baseball team, based in South Central Pennsylvania, will have a 9U tryout March 23 at noon. For information, call 717-360-5945.
4 Star team finishes second
The 4 Star Gymnastics teams competed at the Pink Invitational-Gymnasts Unite in Philadelphia on Feb. 22 and 23. All proceeds went to Unite for Her for Breast Cancer awareness. 4 Star gymnasts raised $5,800 for breast cancer, fifth best out of 43 teams. In all, the event raised $85,000.
Placed second in team standings.
Elizabeth Levasseur: Second place on vault (9.275), first place on bars (9.525), second place on beam (8.8), first place on floor (9.5) and first place all-around (37.10).
Ellie Divelbiss: Third place on beam (8.8), third place on floor (9.2), and second place all-around (36.0).
Emma Wert: Second place on floor (9.3).
Brayden Woodward : Third place all-around (35.45).
Annabella James: Third place on vault (9.22).
Addison Synder: Fourth place on floor (9.25).
Madelyn Lane: Third place on bars (9.575).
Noelle Soares: First place on bars (9.575), third place on beam (9.0) and second place all-around (37.075).
Rachel Hull: Second place on Vault (8.7), second place on beam (9.175), fourth place on floor (8.525) and fourth place all-around (33.85).
Zoey McCormack: Third place on vault (8.15), fourth place on beam (9.0), fourth place on bars (8.6) and fourth place all-around (33.0).
Cayla Nelson: Fourth place on bars (7.65).
Maggie Betkowski: Seventh place on beam (9.15).
Courtney Koogle: Second place on vault (9.02).
Lauren Kauffman: First place on vault (9.2) and second place all-around (36.125).
Karen Hosova: Second place on beam (9.225).
Cara Nelson: Fifth place on bars (9.3).
Katie Roemer; Second place on vault (9.175).
Madigan Faircloth: Third place on beam (9.35).
Louise Wang: Seventh place on vault (9.2) and sixth place on beam (9.1).
Madisyn Hahn: Fourth place on bars (8.4) and fifth place all-around (33.925).
Kamerine Noel: Fourth place on vault (9.050).
Tarin Branch: Third place on vault (9.2).
Madeline Blash: Fourth place on beam (8.9).
Genna Chenoweth: First place on vault (9.3), fourth place on beam (9.0) and fourth place all-around (36.0).
Bre Koopman: Second place on vault (9.425), third place on bars (8.15) and second place on beam (8.75).
Placed fourth in team standings
Paige Terch: Second place on bars (9.350) and fifth place all-around (35.050).
Kaydee Lesher: Sixth place on bars (9.0) and seventh place on floor (8.950).
Faith Wilson: Eighth place on floor (34.975).
Melissa Carpenter: Fourth place on beam (8.9).