Saturday, September 8, 2012
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
BRUNSWICK, Md. — St. Maria Goretti’s Luke Daigneault was the small-school champion at the Brunswick Invitational on Saturday, leading the Gaels to the team title.
Daigneault covered the 3-mile course in 16:22.1, while three of his teammates also cracked the top 10. Mitch Swope was second (17:16.9), Kevin Proctor was sixth (17:45.7) and Patrick Jones was seventh (17:56.5) for the Gaels, who won with 36 points. Damatha was second (69) and Delone was third (110) in the 10-team field.
Daulton Monn finished third (17:37.5) for seventh-place Greencastle, while Zac Simmons was 10th (18:34.7) for ninth-place Berkeley Springs.
In the big-school division, Thomas Johnson held off Williamsport 57-83 for the team title, while Catoctin was third (114).
The Wildcats got top-20 finishes from Cody Bowman (seventh, 16:50.1), Caleb Buchman (12th, 17:16.5) and Cody Grams (17:38.6).
Bryan Durboraw was 16th (17:28.9) for 11th-place North Hagerstown.
Poolesville’s Chase Weaverling won the race in 15:39.8.
Snyder paces Boonsboro
MONROVIA, Md. — Boonsboro finished fourth out of 11 teams at the Oakdale Invitational at Kemptown Park.
Sean Snyder placed sixth in 18:07.5 on the hilly 3.1-mile course to lead the Warriors, who also got a top-20 finish from Tom Kersting (14th, 18:41.8).
William Bertrand won the race in 16:35.4 for team-champion Clarksburg.
St. James 28, Southern Fulton 29
at St. James (3.1 miles)
Top 10: 1. Josh Voight (SF) 18:54; 2. Tyler Richards (SF) 18:55; 3. Carl Thomas (SJ) 19:42; 4. Jake Fishkin (SJ) 19:53; 5. Jacob Ashkettle (SF) 21:09; 6. Caleb Goodie (SJ) 21:17; 7. Brayden Berezney (SJ) 21:53; 8. Nnamdi Enechionyia (SJ) 22:05; 9. Adam Hamrick (SJ) 22:07; 10. Brandon Remsburg (SF) 22:22.
Paw Paw 18, Hancock 39, Bishop Walsh incomplete
at Hancock (4 kilometers)
Top 10: 1. Tim Abrell (PP) 18:03; 2. Devin Abe (PP) 18:10; 3. Liam Faith (H) 18:45; 4. Nathan Turley (BW) 19:03; 5. Michael Muir (BW) 20:00; 6. Josh Newton (PP) 20:26; 7. River Weese (PP) 20:30; 8. Austin (PP) 22:15; 9. Dalton Trail (H) 22:34; 10. Aaron Cook (H) 22:40.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Hubs’ Ward wins at Brunswick
BRUNSWICK, Md. — North Hagerstown’s Emily Ward was the large-school champion at the Brunswick Invitational.
The junior covered the 3-mile course in 19:44.3, leading the Hubs to an eighth-place finish in the 13-team field.
Winters Mill’s Jenny Breichner was the runner-up in 19:50.4.
Middletown was the team champion.
Abby Culp won the small-school division in 19:28.9, leading Manchester Valley to the team title.
Caroline Schemel was fourth (20:33.5) and Shelby Stouffer was fifth (21:11.5) for third-place Greencastle. Kinsey Reed was 10th (22:39.7) for fourth-place Berkeley Springs.
Zielinski, Warriors 2nd at Oakdale Invitational
MONROVIA, Md. — Sarah Zielinski finished second at the Oakdale Invitational, leading Boonsboro to a second-place finish in the nine-team field.
Zielinski covered the hilly 3.1-mile course at Kemptown Park in 20:17.9, finishing 22 seconds behind Clarksburg’s Abbey Daley.
Also for the Warriors, Ella Hawkins was seventh (21:41.7), Kortney Cunningham was 10th (21:55.1), Sam Smith was 11th (21:59.9) and Jenny Moore was 23rd (24:27.2).
Host Oakdale held off the Warriors 44-53 for the team title.
Hancock incomplete, Bishop Walsh incomplete
1. Lexi Foreman (H) 20:58; 2. Sarah Mann (H) 21:25; 3. Kylie Bible (BW) 22:36.
Hancock 3, Saint James 0
HANCOCK — Kara McKinley had seven kills, nine assists, four aces and 10 service points in Hancock’s 25-20, 25-23, 25-18 victory over Saint James (0-3).
Alisa Shives had three kills, 12 assists, seven aces and nine service points for the Panthers (3-0), while Elizabeth Teeter had three kills and six service points and Morgan Bain had five service points and three digs in the win.
PREP FIELD HOCKEY
Saint James 6, Bishop O’Connell 0
ST. JAMES — Madison Fahey and Mary Unkovic each scored two goals to lead Saint James to its first victory of the season.
Lynn Hatcher and Karlie Grady each added a goal for the Saints (1-2).
Mercersburg 5, Abington Friends 0
JENKINTOWN, Pa. — Melanie Rankin had two goals and an assist to lead Mercersburg Academy past Abington Friends (1-1).
Katie Miller also had two goals for the Blue Storm (2-0), while Payton Lissette had a goal and an assist, Paige Wolny had two assists and goalie Teal Tasker recorded her second shutout in goal.
COLLEGE CROSS COUNTRY
HCC at Green Terror Challenge
WESTMINSTER, Md. — The Hagerstown Community College men finished second in the team standings in the 3K race and third in the 5K race at the Green Terror Challenge at McDaniel College. HCC finished third in the women’s 5K.
In the men’s 3K, Brandon Horning was the runner-up in 9:34 to lead HCC, while Andy Drum was 10th (10:13), Will Atchison was 12th (10:20) and Nick Gibbs-Hill was 19th (11:09).
Stephen Starliper finished 11th in 17:23 to lead HCC in the men’s 5K, while Greg Rinehart was 12th (17:28), Ryan Kaiser was 17th (18:16) and Kenton Grossnickle was 20th (18:45).
In the women’s 5K, Casey Barr placed fifth in 21:56 to lead HCC, while Paige Goebelbecker was ninth (23:26), Rachel Lilly was 13th (24:28) and Kelsey Weaver was 20th (25:45).
Gannon 4, Shepherd 0
ERIE, Pa. — Alex Aleshire had four saves for the Rams (2-1-1), who suffered their first loss of the season against unbeaten and nationally ranked Gannon (4-0).
Margaret Anderson Memorial 5K
Males (top 10): 1. John Cullum 20:17.2; 2. Cody Marsh 20:35.5; 3. Brad Hopkins 21:34.5; 4. Clint Burkholder 22:13.6; 5. Donald Briggs 22:19.2; 6. Matthew Wetzel 23:16.6; 7. Starker Wright 23:17.7; 8. Rick Norgaard 23:27.4; 9. Al Evans 23:34.1; 10. Douglas Hussey 23:35.3.
Females (top 10): 1. Danielle Khoo 23:41.2; 2. Jennifer Joyce 24:12.7; 3. Tessla Pitman 25:07.2; 4. Samantha Arnold 25:41.3; 5. Chelsea McKinney 26:55.1; 6. Peggy Gordon 27:50.1; 7. Jenna Warrenfeltz 27:56.6; 8. Katy Gallaher 27:59.4; 9. Lisa Hynes 28:32.2; 10. Kelly Buckwalter 28:37.1.