2-0 Deigert's drills opposition

Recreation roundup

April 27, 1993|By Mike Nortrup | Mike Nortrup,Contributing writer

Deigert's Drill Team is off to a 2-0 start with two easy wins in the Ponytail Division of the Hampstead Softball League.

It topped Masonry Contractors, 9-1, and then unleashed a 21-hit attack to rout Sunset Lounge, 16-3.

Mo Maguire, in her first start, tossed a complete-game win over Masonry.

She also played well defensively, had two hits, and was awarded game ball.

Erin Bowles and Jenny Torsella were each 3-for-4 for Deigert's.

Maguire also won against Sunset Lounge, and helped her own cause with a grand slam.

Deigert's broke the game open with a seven-run fourth inning.

Sisters Jenny and Katie Torsella were 4-for-5 for the winners.

L Deigert's Greta Miller played well defensively at shortstop.

Kopp's Lumber is off to a 3-0 start and has won its last two games by big margins.

In Friday night's completion of a suspended game, Kopp's combined hitting and defense to top Camwell, 9-2.

Kopp's shortstop Danielle Shearer had an unassisted triple play in the second inning when she caught a line drive, doubled a runner off second base, and tagged another trying to get back to first. She also went 4-for-4.

Meredith Gill slugged a two-run homer, a triple, and drove in six runs for Kopp's and Kate Mullinex pitched a complete-game six-hitter, walking only one. Candice Jeffries drove in Camwell's runs.

Kopp's scored five runs in the second inning and cruised past Masonry Contractors, 17-1.

Shearer was 4-for-4 with three RBI and Claire Brumfitt and Gill were each 3-for-4 with four RBI.

Second baseman Mary Muro and first baseman Sara Clark turned in strong defensive games for Kopp's.

L Camwell used a 24-hit attack to top Dean's Restaurant, 23-4.

It sent 11 batters to the plate in the first and third innings, scoring six and seven runs, respectively.

Samantha Thomas, Andra McRobie, Joanna Sparks, Susie Rostek,Tara Deinschla and Jeffries were each 3-for-4 for the winners. Mandi Korcheski had a double and RBI and scored a run for for Dean's.

Dean's edged Sunset Lounge, 6-5, when Katie Provenza's sacrifice fly scored Jessica Detrow with the game-winner in the bottom of the seventh inning.

Detrow's two-run double keyed Dean's three-run first and Korcheski, who was 3-for-4, tied it at four with a third-inning double.

Dean's Alexis Cole and Courtney Rihard were each 3-for-4.

Farmers-Merchants Bank had an early 5-2 lead but was unable to hang on as Sunset Lounge roared back to take an 18-14 win.

Carla Ramirez and Emily Gomez were each 3-for-4 for Farmers-Merchants, which scored 10 runs in its final turn at bat before succumbing.

Farmers-Merchants also had a triple play. Pitcher Jenny Tarlton caught a pop fly and threw to first baseman Angela Smith to double off a runner. Smith then relayed to second baseman Gomez to complete the triple play.


* Major League Division: Communications Electronics rallied from an early 8-1 deficit to beat Miller Asphalt, 16-9. The winners exploded for 10 runs in the fourth, keyed by Scott Wunder's two-run double and C. J. Snyder's two-run triple, to go ahead 11-8.

Rogers Hagert and Dominick Terlizzi were 4-for-4 and 3-for-3, respectively, for the victors.

Communications Electronics also topped Hampstead Auto, 9-2.

Zach Maloff had a big day for the winners, striking out 11 batters in five innings and allowing only three hits. Maloff was also 3-for-3.

Catcher Eddie Schwartz went 2-for-3 and contributed solid defense.

C. J. Miller used a balanced attack and a key defensive play to top Jiffy Mart, 8-4.

That play came in the fifth when Jiffy Mart's Alan Hughes was thrown out at the plate, center fielder Ryan Ensor to shortstop Brandan Schultz to catcher Chris Oliver.

Hughes' run would have tied the game.

C-D Garage Doors rallied to edge Hampstead American Leagion Post 200, 5-4.

C-D knotted the game at 4 in the home sixth on RBI hits by Kevin Chrest, Lee Manning and pinch hitter Kris Hickok.

Shortstop Brian Gibson, who played well defensively in the contest, provided the game-winning offensive spark in the home seventh.

He singled, stole second and third, and scored the winning run on a bad throw.

Post 200 was led by Ellwood Miles' two hits, and Ryan Wagner, who had two RBI.

Post 200 broke a 4-4 tie with seven third-inning runs and went on to rip Hampstead Auto Parts, 18-4.

Matt Myers' two-run triple keyed the seven-run uprising that put Post 200 ahead, 11-4.

Wagner had three hits and Chadd Lettau three RBI for Post 200, which added seven more runs in the fourth inning.

CMT Baseball

* 14-under: Jeff Bonito, Greg Miller, and Fred Auguiler held the Columbia 14-under team to four hits as North Carroll coasted to an 8-3 win in a Central Maryland Travel Baseball League game.

Chad Crowe's two-run triple and Robbie Vaughn's two-run double paced the winners, who scored three runs in each of the first two innings.

* 12-under: Jason Howdyshell, Todd Asplen and Ryan Deluca combined for a seven-hitter as North Carroll blanked Atholton, 2-0.

Matt Harlan's two-run, fourth-inning double scored the winning runs.

* 10-under: North Carroll beat Reisterstown, 9-7.

Jeff Peltzer was 2-for-4 with three RBI and got a save. Winning pitcher Joey Trapani was 2-for-4 with an RBI.

* 9-under: North Carroll unleashed a 21-hit attack to swamp Finksburg, 27-3.

The winners were led by Steve Jordan's four hits and six RBI, Tim McCarty's four hits, including a grand slam, and 3-for-4 performances by Travis Eslinger and Chris Sanders.

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