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Briefs Into voted Valley League

Current Shenandoah University baseball coach Kevin Anderson is one of five former players and coaches to be selected to the Valley Baseball League’s third Hall of Fame Class.

Anderson, Thaddeus R. “Ted” Bosiack, Bill Burkholder, Rob Mummau and Billy Sample will be honored during Sunday’s All-Star Game at James Madison University.

Players nominated for their VBL achievements must have made significant contributions to the VBL as members of a team and have been out of the league a minimum of five years. Administrators and other individuals who have distinguished themselves in various VBL-related activities may be considered after being retired or disassociated from the VBL for a period of one year. Nominees, who must have demonstrated good citizenship, can be considered for their VBL records, service provided to the league, or for their national exposure which brought recognition to the league.

Anderson coached the Winchester Royals for five seasons with one VBL championship. He also coached the New Market Rebels for two years, reaching the playoffs in one season. Anderson, SU’s coach since 2004, has a 608-284-2 career record, including 461-199-1 for the Hornets. Anderson also coached for four seasons at James Madison.

Bosiack played and managed the Staunton Braves from 1953-1959, and again from 1973-1974. During that span he won three VBL championships and one Virginia Mountain League title.

Burkholder managed the Harrisonburg Turks for three seasons, winning two VBL championships. He also managed the Staunton Braves in 1964. He played one year of professional baseball and served four years as president of the VBL.

Mummau played for the New Market Rebels from 1990-91 and in 1992 with the Winchester Royals. In 1993, he was drafted in the 29th round by the Toronto Blue Jays. He played nine seasons (1993-2001) in the Blue Jays organization and advanced as high as the Triple A level before retiring after the 2001 season. He was a lifetime .249 hitter with 27 home runs in 658 games. In 2002, Mummau signed on with the Seattle Mariners as a full-time scout. He also managed in the Rookie League for three seasons and Low-A Level for four seasons in the Mariners’ organization. In 2009, he received the Scout of the Year Award presented by the Middle Atlantic Major League Baseball Scouts Association.

Sample, a former James Madison standout, had a stint with the Harrisonburg Turks. He played nine years in the majors with the Texas Rangers, New York Yankees and the Atlanta Braves and finished his career with a .272 career batting average and 46 home runs. He was named to the Topps All-Rookie Team in 1979 and was fifth in the American League in steals in 1983. He also has worked as both a broadcaster and sportswriter since his retirement.

Palensky makes showcase team

Current Winchester Royals outfielder Aaron Palensky has been named to the Valley Baseball League showcase team which will compete in the second Southern Collegiate Showcase on July 16 and 17 at Wingate University.

The Southern Collegiate Showcase will feature the Southern Collegiate Baseball League, Valley Baseball League, Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League, Sunbelt League and Florida Collegiate Summer League in a weekend event.

Palensky, who will attend the University of Nebraska as a sophomore in the fall, is hitting .292 with a home run, 11 RBIs and four stolen bases. As a freshman at the Southeast Community College of Nebraska, Palensky hit .417, with 18 homers, 77 RBIs and 24 steals.


Post 21 knocks off Warrenton

WARRENTON — Frank Ritter’s RBI triple in the top of the seventh inning drove in the winning run as Winchester Post 21 scored a 5-3 baseball win over Warrenton Post 72 on Monday.

Warrenton had tied the contest in the bottom of the sixth inning with a pair of runs, but Post 21 (9-1-1) rebounded in the seventh. Pearce Bucher led off the inning with a double. After an out, Ritter belted his opposite-field triple to right to plate Bucher. Ritter scored an insurance run on a wild pitch.

Adam Miller finished off a complete-game effort by getting Warrenton on two groundouts and a strikeout in the bottom of the seventh. Miller allowed seven hits and three run, while striking out five with one walk. He threw 71 of his 108 pitches for strikes.

Post 21 opened the scoring in the fourth. Ritter and Austin Murphy opened the inning with back-to-back singles and moved up a base on Joel Smith’s sacrifice bunt. With two outs, Colby Monroe delivered a two-run single.

Leading 2-1, Post 21 extended the lead in the sixth on Tanner George’s RBI single.

Miller, Bucher, Ritter and Murphy each had two of Post 21’s 11 hits.


Shenandoah announces season slate

WINCHESTER — Shenandoah University coach Melissa Smeltzer-Kraft has announced her 2018-19 schedule.

The Hornets, 12-15 and an ODAC Tournament quarterfinalist last season, has 15 home games in their first full season at the James R. Wilkins Jr. Athletics & Events Center, starting with clash against Hood on Nov. 10. The Contest will be followed by home matchups against Mary Baldwin (Nov. 14) and Penn State-Altoona (Nov. 20). SU also has ODAC home clashes against Emory & Henry (Nov. 25) and Randolph-Macon (Nov. 28) in the opening month.

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