Leopards boys topple Catoctin, 79-42
Nine Mercersburg Academy senior athletes signed letters of intent Wednesday to continue their careers in college ¿¿¿ from left: Collin Greene (Bucknell, swimming); Lou Buschi (Bloomsburg, football); Gui Gomes (Benedictine, soccer); Linc Kupke (Boston University, swimming); Nikki Hyrkas (U.S. Naval Academy, swimming); Tucker Sandercock (Binghamton, soccer); Matt Timoney (Harvard, baseball); Sam Rodgers (Syracuse, football); and Shane Black (Lafayette, football). Rodgers is rated as the nation¿¿¿s No. 8 high school long snapper by chrissailerkicking.com. Mercersburg senior pitcher Christian Binford signed his letter of intent last fall to continue his baseball career at the University of Virginia. (Submitted photo / February 2, 2011)
Mercersburg 6, Episcopal 3
MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Mercersburg Academy’s top four players scored victories to lead the Blue Storm to a victory over Episcopal (Va.).
Ana Kelly, Nikki Rhyne, Sarah Allen — the Blue Storm’s top three — and No. 6 Nina McIntosh and No. 7 Sarah Wilson all won their matches 3-0. No. 4 Caroline Metz scored a 3-1 victory for Mercersburg (7-5).
Jefferson 58, Goretti 40
Keegan Simmons won the 200-yard freestyle and the 200 IM to lead Jefferson (11-2-1) over St. Maria Goretti in a dual meet at the Hagerstown YMCA.
Michael Brower won the 100 butterfly for Goretti.
Jefferson 57, Goretti 41
Luisa Holland and Marie deBuchananne each won two events to lead Jefferson (13-1) to a dual meet victory over St. Maria Goretti at the Hagerstown YMCA.
Holland won the 200-yard freestyle and the 100 breaststroke, while deBuchananne won the 50 and 100 freestyle races.
Cassidy Lippert won 100 butterfly for Goretti.
West Liberty 126, Shepherd 97
SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — Chad Moore had 28 points and 10 rebounds for Shepherd (8-12, 5-10) in the Rams’ WVIAC loss to West Liberty (19-0, 15-0), the No. 1-ranked team in NCAA Division II.
West Libertty 93, Shepherd 66