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tairit JEFFERSON and FARMER'S ADVOCATE Sports / Wednesday, March 28, 2012 B6 I 9 From staff reports to take a comfortable 10-2 lead. ed only two earned runs in her The win came in Hampshire's six innings of work. , INWOOD" Washingtonseason opener and left the Patti- Allison Boespflug led the War- couldn't keep pace with home- ots with a 3-1 record, riors with a 4-for-4 game. Carly standing Musselman when the Stephanie Largent limited Nixon and Michaela Carper both Applemen outscored the Patriots, Washington just three hits in had three hits for the Warriors, 11-1, in a softball game' played pitching a comple{e-game win. who snappedalosing streak with on Monday. Musselman scored She fanned two and walked one. the victory over the Patriots. seven times in the second and the Cody Corbin had two hits as Washington was 3-2 overall game ended on the mercy rule in did Karisa Saville for the Tro- with its second straight loss. the third, jans. Kasey Combs, Elizabeth The Patriots snapped a two- Washington was hurt by theHose, and Corbin all had two game losing skid with a 16-0 win eight walks doled out to the Ap- RBIs. Hampshire fueled several over host Martinsburg in a game plemen batters. Seven of those Of its rallies with stolen bases, abbreviated to just three innings players drawing walks eventual- The Patriots scored single runs by the eight-run mercy rule. ly scored, in the second, third, and fourth A nine-run third inning came Christina Collins had Wash- innings but could not keep pace on the heels of a five-run second ington's only hit and scored the with Hampshire's three-run third and a two-run first. Patriots' only run. Washington inning and six-run fourth inning. Christina Collins had four hits. was 4-3 overall. Washington dropped its sec- Collins had three RBIs and scored Hampshire improved a two-run ond straight game when home- four runs. Amber Curry was cred- lead with a six-run fourth inning standing Sherando topped the ited with three RBIs and Alycia as the Trojans defeated host Wash- Patriots, 8-6, in Stephens City. Lambert, Tori Manuel, and Chel- ington, 11-3, ina softball game. Sherando's Heidi Brown wassea Carey all had two RBIs. The Trojans led only, 4-2, before the winning pitcher and went Carey moved her pitching re- erupting for six runs in the fourth 3-for-4 at the plate. Brown yield- cord to 2-2 with the shutout. Exclusive 60-inch High-capacity mower deck 9-mph ground speed k-year, 500-hour limited warranty** Action-filled softball game brings Jefferson loss to Hedgesville From staff reports Two unearned runs gave Hedg- gles out to a 6-4 lead, esville a 3-2 lead. When Jefferson couldn't answer SHENANDOAH JUNC- Jefferson had the next two runs again, it had lost its first game. TION-- In a well-attended soft- and with them a 4-3 lead. Lewis The Lady Cougars bounced ball game on Jefferson's lig~t- scored Emma Barr with her sin- back after their initial loss to im- ed field, both the Lady Cougars gle in the fourth and the Jefferson prove their overall record to 4-1 and visiting Hedgesville traded lead was moved to 5-3. with a 10-8 win over Musselman leads and traded momentum sev- When the Lady Cougars batted in Inwood. eral times before the Lady Ea- in the fifth, they had been tied at Witt drove in five runs and had gles scored twice in the eighth in- 5-5. But Alexandra Witt doubled, two homers. One of Witt's hom- ning to win the long, extra-inning moved up a base on Karl Nuse's ers was a three-run shot and the game, 9-7, last Tuesday. single and scored when Nuse broke other was a two-run blast. Allison Sween was Hedges- for second base, drawing a throw Jefferson had a 10-4 lead go- ville's winning pitcher. Sween that allowed Witt to score the go- ing to the fifth, but the Lady Ap- authored a route-going perfor- ahead run. Jefferson led, 6-5. plemen rallied with four runs to mance in which she fanned 10 in Back came the Lady Eagles.make it 10-8 in the sixth. her eight innings of work. Sween had a triple that led to the Witt was the winning pitcher. Hannah Stuckey's looping, tying run. A Jefferson error and a The loss was Musselman's first two-run single in the eighth Danielle Parks'RBI single pushed against two wins. Whitney Potts snapped a 7-7 tied and lifted the Hedgesville back in front,had a three-run homer while Lady Eagles to their second win when Lyons scored again, the Potts, Nikki Dusing, Mackenzie in three early-season games. Lady Cougars had evened the Fogle, and Alex Williams each Jefferson was losing for the count at 7-7 . . . and the game two hits for the Lady Applemen. first time in four outings, lurched into extra innings. On Monday, the Lady Cougars After HedgesviUe scored a run Another Jefferson error helped visited Woodgrove High in Loud- in the first, Jefferson countered fuel the deciding Hedgesvilleral- oun County and absorbed their sec- with two runs on hits by Shannon ly in the eighth. Stuckey's bloop ond loss. The Wolverines defeated Lyons and Lauren Lewis andShel- single into shallow right plated Jefferson, 12-2, to leave the Lady by McTighe's RBI groundout, two runs, sending the Lady Ea- Cougars with a 4-2 overall mark. ii,ii~ii,ii i,iiiiiiiiiiiiii'i~i~i,ii~iii~i~:~iil,iii'ii,>, iiili ii iil :~i~iii:ii.~ 18.5 hp (13.8 kW)* k2-inch mowerdeck Standard seat suspension 2-year, 120-hour limited warranty** 27 hp (20.1 kW}* 48-inch or 5k-inch mower deck 8.5-mph ground speed 4.year, 300-hour limited warranty** Gladhill Brothers Gladhill Tractor Mart 28129 Ridge Road Damascus, MD (301) 253-2141 5509 Mt. 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