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Laurel Stars of the Season

Female Co-Athlete of the Season- Amanda Horsey- Laurel Laurel senior shortstop Amanda Horsey was named first team all-conference and first team all-state for her solid play at the plate, in the field, and as a team leader for the Bulldogs. The Trevecca Nazarene University bound Horsey was Star of the Week once and received honorable mention five times.

Female Co-Athlete of the Season- Brittany Joseph- ST Sussex Tech grad Brittany Joseph capped a solid career by helping her team to a state title. Joseph was named first team all-conference and first team allstate as a second baseman. She was also Star of the Week once and received honorable mention seven times.



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Male Co-Athlete of the Season- Jordan Johnson- Delmar Male Co-Athlete of the Season- Lance Kelley- Laurel Delmar senior Jordan Johnson served as a fiery leader for the Wildcat baseball team. The catcher had a solid year at the plate as well as behind the plate, calling pitches for the young pitching staff. Jordan was named first team all-conference and honorable mention all-state. He was also a Star of the Week once and received honorable mention three times.

Laurel junior Lance Kelley paced the Bulldogs with a .386 average during the season. He has also committed just two errors in his last 40 games as the Bulldogs’ second baseman. Lance was named first team all-conference, all-state honorable mention, and received Star of the Week honorable mention five times.

Honorable mention- Dylan Shupe- Delmar; Matt Campbell- Delmar; Zack Adkins- Sussex Tech; David Ricksecker- Sussex Tech; Scott Lee- Laurel; Brandon Hearne- Laurel; Antwon Trimball- Laurel; David Pollitt- Delmar; Matt Parker- Laurel; Taylor Jones- Laurel; David Albert- Laurel; Kim Owens- Sussex Tech; Caitlin DolbyLaurel; Alison Bloodsworth- Delmar; Mindi Wheatley- Delmar; Brittney BrittinghamLaurel; Katie McMahon- Delmar; Nicole Mancini- Laurel; Brooke Tull- Sussex Tech; Jenna Cahall- Laurel; Twila McCrea- Laurel; Maribeth Beach- Delmar

Laurel Star little league scoreboard

Registration is being held for Margie Knight Volleyball Camp

Laurel Little League-Major League baseballYankees 11, Mets 4- For the Yankees, Bryce Bristow was on base three times by errors and scored one run; Caine Collins had two singles and three runs scored; and Kegan Yossick doubled and scored three runs. Shai Mears walked; Brian Mills walked, singled, and had one run scored; Leslie Riggleman and Dillon Lewis each had a walk and a run scored; Chris Short singled; and Brett Marine had a run scored. Bristow pitched one and one third innings, giving up one run on no hits with five walks and two strikeouts, Mears pitched two and two thirds innings, giving up three runs on one hit with two walks and six strikeouts; and Yossick finished up the last two innings, giving up no runs on no hits with four walks and six strikeouts. The Yankees also had a nice defensive play throwing out a runner between second and third trying to stretch a hit. For the Mets, Jacob Carney had two walks; Justin Metz walked once; Kendall Wooten and Colby Daye each had two walks and a run scored, and Josh Wilkins reached on an error and scored one run. Cole Gullet added a walk, a single and a run scored and Shawn Webb, Phillip Tonelli and Alex Davis each had a walk. Daye pitched four innings, giving up eight runs on four hits with three walks and three strikeouts and Wilkins pitched two innings, giving up three runs on one hit with one walk and one strikeout. The Mets also had a nice defensive play at the plate, throwing out a runner trying to steal home on a passed ball. Braves 6, Mets 5- For the Mets, Kendall Wooten had two walks; Jacob Carney drew three walks and scored a run; Justin Metz singled, walked, and scored a run; and Colby Daye had three walks and one run scored. Josh Wilkins singled; Shawn Webb singled and reached base on a hit-by-pitch; Alex Davis walked; Phillip Tonelli singled; Travis Neely reached base on a hit-by-pitch, had two walks and scored two runs. Wilkins pitched three and a third innings, giving up six runs on one hit with six walks and seven strikeouts. Wooten pitched one and two third innings, giving up no runs on no hits with one walk, and two strikeouts and Carney threw out a runner trying to steal third. For the Braves, Josh Lecates, Shawn O’Neal, and Tyrone Jenkins each walked and scored one run; Adam White walked; AJ Mann singled, walked, and scored one run. Josh Munoz and Bobby Townley each had a walk and one run scored. Jenkins pitched three innings, giving up four runs on three hits with seven walks and three strikeouts and White pitched three innings, giving up one run on one hit with five walks three strikeouts. Josh Lecates threw out the tying run trying to steal third in the sixth inning.

Girls ages 12-17 who are interested in improving their volleyball skills should make plans to attend the Margie Knight Volleyball Camp this summer. Scheduled to take place at Salisbury University Aug. 6-10, the program is designed to teach aspiring players to bump, set, and spike successfully. The camp will be led by Salisbury University head volleyball coach Margie Knight, who recently celebrated her 200th victory. Registration is taking place at the Wicomico Civic Center box office Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. To register online visit The cost is $145 per player. For more information about the camp, which is sponsored by Wicomico Recreation, Parks, and Tourism, please contact Kelly O’Brien at 410-548-4900 ext. 108.

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