Cumberland Times-News

May 5, 2013

Sports Roundup - 05/06/2013

Cumberland Times-News

Northern, Meyersdale JVs split twinbill

MEYERSDALE, Pa. — Northern split a doubleheader with Meyersdale in junior varsity baseball action on Saturday.

The Huskies defeated the Red Raiders 9-7 in the first game before being shut down, 10-0, in the second.

Meshach Metz had three base hits and an RBI in the opener. Winning pitcher Hunter Hill had two hits, including an RBI double and Noah Werner drove in two runs on two base hits. Both Brett Oates and Ben Beeman had two-run singles.

Meyersdale was led by Trent Schrock’s three singles, Blake Hoover’s double and RBI base hit, and Bishop Rattling had a two-run double.

In the second game, Brady McKenzie’s three base hits powered the Red Raiders. Ryan Brown had two singles and an RBI.

Tyler McClintock had a double for Northern.

The Huskies (7-6-1) hosts Fort Hill today at 4:30 p.m.

Frostburg soccer registration dates set

FROSTBURG —  The Frostburg Rangers AYSO soccer organization will hold fall registration at the Frostburg Community Center on Saturday from 9 to 11 a.m., Wednesday, May 15 from 6 to 8 p.m., and Saturday, May 18 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Registration is open to girls and boys ages 4-13 as of July 31, 2013.  Pre-registerion is available online at for each child and bring your payment to one of the three registration sessions listed above.  

Make checks payable to Frostburg Rangers. A U14 Co-Ed Division has been added for the 2013 season.

For more information, visit the Frostburg Rangers web page at or contact Bill Seddon at 301-697-1388.

Kerr wins again at Kingsmill in playoff

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (AP) — Cristie Kerr made a short par putt on the second hole of a sudden-death playoff with Suzann Pettersen on Sunday to win the Kingsmill Championship for the third time.

The victory was the 16th of Kerr’s career, and her third in five career playoffs.

Kerr shot a 2-under 69, and Pettersen had a 67 to finish at 12-under 272 on the River Course.

Kerr nearly won on the first extra hole. Her approach to No. 18 stopped about 6 feet away, while Pettersen’s approach came up short of the green. But Pettersen chipped close, and Kerr’s putt slid past.

On the second hole, Pettersen’s approach went over the green, and her chip came up well short. Kerr was nearly pin high in two and two-putted for the victory.