11:08 PM EDT, October 4, 2012
Thursday, October 4, 2012
Taylor Williams had 10 kills and four blocks to lead Boonsboro to a 25-22, 22-25, 25-18, 28-26 MVAL Antietam win over South Hagerstown on Thursday.
Leighann Cowden had eight kills and six digs, Sarah Anderson had six kills and four blocks, Meredith Craig had five kills and four blocks, Shelby Griffith had 18 assists, seven digs and five aces and Shelby Wallace added 10 assists and 13 digs for the Warriors (5-3, 3-1).
Alisha Adkins had 21 assists and seven kills, Victoria Pearl had 16 assists, Kendra Day had 14 kills and three blocks, Elena Young had 11 kills and Kirsten Mohar had 17 digs for the Rebels (1-6, 0-3).
JV: South, 2-1.
Williamsport 3, Thomas Johnson 0
FREDERICK, Md. — Stacey Christy had 10 kills and four blocks, and Lindsey Mowbray added 10 kills and two blocks for Williamsport in a 25-9, 25-16, 25-12 sweep of Thomas Johnson.
Emily Taylor had 23 assists for the Wildcats (9-1).
JV: Williamsport, 2-1.
Smithsburg 3, Manchester Valley 1
MANCHESTER, Md. — Amanda Snowden had 15 kills to lead Smithsburg to a 25-20, 25-11, 19-25, 25-19 victory over Manchester Valley.
Haley Caudell had 10 kills and four blocks, Hollee Winders had 11 kills, Peyton Belella had 34 assists and Marrisa Dangler had 19 digs for the Leopards (10-1).
JV: Smithsburg, 2-0.
Greencastle 3, Boiling Springs 0
GREENCASTLE, Pa. — Nakita Gearhart had 11 kills and six aces to lead Greencastle-Antrim to a sweep of Boiling Springs.
Gabbie Hissong had six kills and five aces, and Morgynn McKenzie added five kills and four aces for the Blue Devils (12-1). Claudia Hissong had 17 assists.
JV: Greencastle, 2-1.
Grace Academy 3, New Life 0
Allie Cox had 10 kills and 13 digs and Grace Academy swept New Life Christian 25-15, 25-23, 26-24 in the Mason Dixon Christian Conference.
Valerie Cole had 24 assists, Heather Groves had eight kills and eight digs, Caitlin Cox had 11 digs and Jess Gladhill added eight digs for the Knights (7-7, 6-7).
Shalom 3, Faith Christian 0
MARION, Pa. — Lexy Poe had seven kills and nine digs, Brooke Kuhns had six kills and three blocks, and Brooke Poe added five kills for Shalom Christian in a 25-20, 25-20, 25-12 sweep of Faith Christian (2-12, 2-11) in the MDCC.
Kristen Blank had 17 assists and six aces, and Tori Yoder added 11 digs for the Flames (7-6, 5-6).
Heritage 3, Highland View 0
Kara Stamper had 18 kills, eight digs and four aces for Heritage Academy in a 25-9, 25-6, 25-13 sweep of Highland View Academy.
Chloe Prejean had 25 assists, three aces and five digs, Christi Jackson had eight kills, Lizzy Kriner had six kills, Hannah Gaylor had four aces and Nicole Gaylor had 13 digs for the Eagles (14-0).
Grace Academy 3, Broadfording 0
Heather Groves had 15 kills and Allie Cox added 23 digs and four aces for Grace Academy in Tuesday night’s 25-17, 25-19, 27-25 sweep of Broadfording in the MDCC.
Caitlin Cox had six kills and 13 digs, and Valerie Cole added 19 assists and eight digs for the Knights.
Fulton Co. Christian 3, Highland View 0
Hannah Beddow had 10 assists and nine aces for Fulton County Community Christian in a sweep of Highland View.
Jenae Gordon had nine aces, eight kills and seven digs, and Bethany Beddow added five kills for FCCCS.
Georgetown Day 171, Maret School 171, Saint James 181
at GAITHERSBURG, Md.
Montgomery Village Golf Club, par 36
Georgetown Day: Jack Klein 42, Max Horowitz 42, Jack Rushfield 43, Ravi Sinha 44.
Maret School: Noah Eliva 37, Chapman Springer 41, Alexa Calamyers 45, Charlie Williamson 48.
Saint James (10-6): Max Brady 44, Ben Holland 44, Patrick Hart 45, Holden Hershey 48.
Brunswick 1, Clear Spring 0
BRUNSWICK, Md. —Tori Albert made nine saves for Clear Spring (6-3, 3-1) in an MVAL Antietam loss to Brunswick (4-5-1, 3-0-1).
JV: Brunswick, 2-0.
Williamsport 6, FSK 1
UNION BRIDGE, Md. — Ashley Likely had two goals and an assist to lead Williamsport past Francis Scott Key.
Lizzie Willis, Haley Carter and Maddie Knode each had a goal and an assist, Victoria Key had a goal, Regan Stout had two assists and Julia Price made four saves for the Wildcats (7-1-1).
JV: Williamsport, 1-0.
Tuscarora 2, North Hagerstown 0
Logan Keith made five saves for North Hagerstown (0-8-1) in a loss to Tuscarora.
JV: Tuscarora, 3-0.
Tussey Mountain 3, Hancock 0
HANCOCK — Maddie Hixon had 17 saves for the Panthers (0-6-1) in a loss to Tussey Mountain.
Chambersburg 3, Mifflin County 0
LEWISTOWN, Pa. — Hayley Guyer scored twice to lead the Trojans to a shutout victory.
Noelle Jacobsen also scored for Chambersburg (3-10). Shannon Edwards and Emily Neady combined for six saves.
Mercersburg 4, Bullis School 2
POTOMAC, Md. — Payton Lissette and Katie Miller each had a goal and an assist for Mercersburg Academy in a win over Bullis School on Wednesday.
Paige Wolny and Emily Schoenberger added a goal each for the Blue Storm (7-1-1).
St. Maria Goretti 3, South Hagerstown 3
Goretti and South battled through two overtime periods before settling for a tie.
Jake Kline scored two goals and Yusif Bayoh had a goal and an assist for Goretti (8-4-2). Casey Bartholomew added an assist and Drew Katrina made six saves.
Dalton Hottinger, JonMichael Carbaugh and Jeb Shingler scored for the Rebels (1-7-1). Austin Johnson, Brayden Tiner and Chagall Coburn had an assist each and Joe Rohr made eight saves.
Williamsport 1, Mountain Ridge 0
FROSTBURG, Md. — Owen Marx scored an unassisted goal in the 16th minute to lead Williamsport past Mountain Ridge.
Corey Ellis had four saves to record the shutout in goal for the Wildcats (6-2), who held a 17-8 advantage in shots.
JV: Tied, 0-0.
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Southern Fulton 15, Hancock 50
at WARFORDSBURG, Pa. (3.1 miles)
1. Richards (SF) 18:15; 2. Voight (SF) 18:39; 3. Ashkettle (SF) 21:01; 4. Bard (SF) 21:08; 5. Pryor (SF) 21:20; 6. Baker (SF) 22:39; 7. Leedy (SF) 22:47; 8. Faith (H) 23:53; 9. Trail (H) 26:31; 10. Cook (H) 26:32.
Chestnut Ridge 15, Hancock 49
at WARFORDSBURG, Pa. (3.1 miles)
1. Farnan (CR) 18:40; 2. Beutman (CR) 20:06; 3. Schoenberger (CR) 21:25; 4. Taylor (CR) 22:13; 5. Bittinger (CR) 22:25; 6. Yothus (CR) 23:44; 7. Faith (H) 23:53; 8. Keller (CR) 25:38; 9. Trail (H) 26:31; 10. Cook (H) 26:32.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Southern Fulton-Chestnut Ridge
at WARFORDSBURG, Pa.
1. Macey Hollenshead (SF) 22:50; 2. Kimmy Bischof (CR) 24:28; 3. Gabby Voight (SF) 24:40; 4. Melanie Deneen (SF) 25:30; 5. Tiara Malec (CR) 27:52; 6. Lindsey Pryor (SF) 28:59; 7. Emma Williams (SF) 29:51; 8. Brianne Wawro (SF) 33:14; 9. Rachel Heming (CR) 34:18; 10. Macy Crouse (SF) 37.24.
PREP FIELD HOCKEY
Big Spring 4, Waynesboro 0
NEWVILLE, Pa. — Alyssa Hamilton made 21 saves for the Maidens, who were outshot 25-2 in a loss to Big Spring.
Forbes Road 8, Mercersburg 1
MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Paige Richardson scored her sixth goal of the season for Mercersburg Academy in a loss to Forbes Road.
Syd Godbey made 15 saves for the Blue Storm.
Cedarville 2, Shepherd 1
CEDARVILLE, Ohio — Dillon King scored in overtime to lift Cedarville past Shepherd University.
Zachary Harris scored early in the first half for Cedarville (9-1-1). Shane Lowery, a Boonsboro graduate, knotted the score at 1 for Shepherd (3-6-1) with a goal off an assist from Griffin Frazier.
Shepherd 0, Cedarville 0
CEDARVILLE, Ohio — Elizabeth Wise made 10 saves as Shepherd University (3-5-2) and Cedarville (3-7-1) battled to a scoreless draw.
North Hagerstown 12, Williamsport 10
North (2-1-1): Raughn Carter 129 yards, TD run, TD catch, INT; Andrew Fiery 92 passing yards, TD; Jeremy Lum 10 tackles; Christian Davis 2 INTs; Jake Clemmer INT; Nathan Boone 2 sacks; Aubrey Jackson fumble recovery.
Williamsport (3-2): Sinjin Shoop 92 rush yards, 47-yard TD, conversion run; Austin Sigler sack, INT, 8 tackles; Dylan Alexander 2 sacks, 3 tackles for loss.
South Hagerstown 32, Smithsburg 20
South: Dmorea James 250 rush yards, 3 TDs, INT; Josiah Johnson, T.J. Peer rush TD each.
Smithsburg (2-3): Garrett Brenk 7-yard pass TD, rush TD; Ali Robinson 7-yard TD catch; Brendon Hult 8-yard rush TD.
Boonsboro 21, Clear Spring 0
Boonsboro: Maliq Curtis 2 rush TDs; Cory Debaugh rush TD; Tony DiGiuseppe 3 PATs.
North Hagerstown 28, Williamsport 0
North: Chris Smith 3 TD catches; Marqui Hoffman 3 TD passes; Sam Cobb TD run.
South 26, Smithsburg 20
South (4-1): James Brooks 2 rushing TDs; Daniel Moore, Antoine Longfellow rushing TD each; Austin Shelton 2 PATs; Longfellow, Damon Davis INT each.
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