Roundup: Berkeley Springs girls win PVC tennis title | Journal-news

BERKELEY SPRINGS – The girls tennis team from Berkeley Springs won the Potomac Valley Conference championship on Saturday at the Indians’ home courts.

The Indians scored 14 points and runner-up Frankfort 11.

Berkeley Springs of Kennedy Shives won the number. 3 singles title, while teammates Emma Christie and Lilly Morgan were runners-up at Nos. 2 and 4, respectively.

Brun Dudash and Ivy Hale won the second doubles title. The teams of Trucille Henry and Christie and Morgan and Shriver were second and second doubles, respectively.

In boys action, Haden Fincham of Berkeley Springs won titles at first singles and No. Branden Pindell with 1 doubles.

The Indians scored 12 points, second to Keyser’s 15.

Cardin Beal came in at second. 3 singles.

The Indians were Douglas runners-up for the teams at Beal and Justin Brinegar. 2 and Alejandro Montaldo and Brent Baker at no. 3.


Patriots win crown

MOOREFIELD – Washington outscored five opponents by a combined 51-1 win in the Bub Riggleman Memorial Tournament – two weeks in the Patriots’ second tournament title.

The Patriots downed Hedgesville 14-0 in the championship as Maddie Ruffner pitched a two-hitter and combined with Cam Noland for a nine-run third inning.

Ruffner and Noland added doubles and had three hits each; Four runs in Ruffner drove.

Gabby Bibb and Chloe Constantino had two hits apiece, and Carly Crowder doubled.

Washington’s most successful game was a 3-1 win over Musselman in the semifinals, a game in which Constantino allowed three hits in five innings and Ruffner pitched a save for the final two.

Noland and Cenate each doubled.

The Patriots’ first win on Saturday was a 13-0 victory over Berkeley Springs.

Zoe Kesterson tossed a two-hitter while Bibb tripled among three hits, and Noland doubled, singled and drove in three runs. Courtney Greenfield had two hits.

Noland was the most valuable player named.

All-tournament selections from Washington included Ruffner, Contantino, Bibb and Anna Sedlock.

Hedgesville all-tournament selections were Brenna Collis, Shay Darlington, Faith Cooper and Laken Copenhaver.

Musselman’s all-tourney members were Sara Munson and Addison Miller. Allison Gray was chosen from Berkeley Springs.


McCarty wins 300th

SHEPHERDSTOWN – Shepherd (15-18-1, 9-11-1 PSAC East) swept Lock Haven (9-24, 2-15 PSAC East) at Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference East baseball action Saturday afternoon.

The Rams posted a 6-5 win in Game 1 and a 13-12 win in 10 innings for the outsized Lock Haven.

The sweep allowed Shepherd head coach Matt McCarty to reach the 300-win milestone.

Shepherd took a 3-0 lead into the first game of the inning. Ross Mulhall blasted a two-run home run and Connor DeWees added an RBI double to Kelly.

After the Lock Haven tied the game with three runs in the bottom of the frame, Shepherd took a 4-3 lead with an RBI single by Zach Doss in the second.

Shepherd added a run and a single and stole second with Brennan Holmes led off the fourth. He scored on a flying fly by Ryan Haddaway.

Lock Haven took advantage with a one-hit and a pair of Shepherd errors to tie the game with a pair of runs in the fourth.

Joey Schwartz led off the seventh with a walk and later scored on a single by Mulhall.

Adam Miller (2 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 2 K, 1 BB) (3-1) Relief in the win. Garrett Starr (3.0 IP, 1 H, 1 ER, 5 K, 2 BB) (0-2) Bald Eagles for loss.

Lock Haven (20) and Shepherd (14) combined for 34 hits in the nightcap.

Austin Ruzika-Porter and Andrew Edwards each had 10 RBI singles to give the Rams a 13-11 lead.

Cameron Moors hit a double and scored on a sacrifice fly in the bottom of the 10th to make it a one-run game.

Aaron Snyder entered the game and got the last two outs to secure the win.

Tommy Gibson went 2 for 4 with four RBI and a run scored and DeWees added a 3-for-5 effort with four runs and a pair of RBI. Gibson hit a two-run blast, while DeWees added a solo shot.

Cameron Morales (2.0 IP, 4 H, 8 R, 1 ER, 2 K, 0 BB) (1-1) earned the win. Snyder (2/3 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 1 K, 0 BB) picked up the save.


East Stroudsburg 16, Shepherd 3

EAST STROUDSBURG, Pa. – Shepherd (4-10, 2-8 PSAC East) dropped a decision to the PSAC East women’s lacrosse action in sixth-ranked West Chester (13-1, 9-1 PSAC East).

Emily Mitaratondo scored four goals and added five draw controls to lead the Warriors.

Rams for a hat trick recorded by Sidney Kelly. Katherine Campbell assisted on all three goals.

Kiki Fitzpatrick, Sophia Graffeo, Madison Bagatta, McKenna Conklin and Maddie Heck added a pair of goals for East Stroudsburg.

East Stroudsburg had an 11-1 lead at halftime.

East Stroudsburg had a 33-16 edge in shots with a 26-11 advantage in shots on goal.

– Staff reports


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