12:28 AM EDT, October 6, 2012
Friday, October 5, 2012
SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. — The Shippensburg Greyhounds found another gear in the second half Friday night, scoring 21 unanswered points to pull away from Waynesboro 42-12 in a Mid-Penn Colonial game Friday night.
Tony Johnson ran for two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to seal the win for Shippensburg (5-1, 3-0). Tyrell Kater also had a pair of touchdown runs.
The Indians (2-4, 1-2) got on the scoreboard midway through the second quarter when Johnnie Adgers broke off a 52-yard touchdown run to cut the Shippensburg lead to 15-6.
But moments later, the Greyhounds (5-1, 3-0) pushed the lead back to 15 points when Kater scored on an 80-yard run.
Waynesboro answered with about 2 minutes left in the first half on a 25-yard touchdown pass from Charlie Patterson to Ben Petrie that made it 21-12 at the break.
Waynesboro kept it close until the final minute of the third quarter, when Stephen Little scored on a 30-yard touchdown pass that gave the Greyhounds a 28-12 lead.
Johnson scored on runs of 87 and 26 yards in the final quarter for Shippensburg.
State College 30, Chambersburg 28
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — Dan Fry caught a 21-yard touchdown pass from Andrew Kelly on the final play of the game to lead State College to a win over Chambersburg in a Mid-Penn Commonwealth game.
The Little Lions (4-2, 1-2) drove 67 yards for the winning score after Chambersburg took a 28-24 lead with 41 seconds remaining on a 98-yard catch and run by Jamal Pickett.
Pickett had a huge game for the Trojans (3-3, 0-3), scoring all four of their touchdowns. He had scoring runs of 57 and 1 yards in the first half to give Chambersburg a 14-13 lead at intermission.
He added a 20-yard touchdown run early in the third quarter, then caught a short pass from Ryan Martin and turned it into the go-ahead score late in the fourth.
Northern Garrett 41, Hancock 0
ACCIDENT, Md. — Hancock (1-5) committed eight turnovers on five fumbles and three interceptions in the loss to Northern Garrett (2-4).
Other area scores:
Brunswick 45, Clear Spring 20
Big Spring 28, J. Buchanan 6
Martinsburg 63, Washington 15
Keyser 47, Berkeley Springs 0
Musselman 54, Hedgesville 0
Clear Spring 10, Broadfording 0
CLEAR SPRING — Corey McClure scored three goals for Clear Spring in the Blazers’ rout of Broadfording (3-10).
Jonathan Henesy had a goal and three assists for Clear Spring (8-2-1), while Juan Resindez and Matt Lowenhaupt each had a goal and an assist, Jacob Ernst, Nick Brandt, Zach Robertson and Levi Bucher each had a goal and C.J. Elwood and Ryan Varron each had an assist.
Greencastle 2, James Buchanan 1
GREENCASTLE, Pa. — Nikki Garns and Alicia Crider each scored a goal for Greencastle-Antrim as the Blue Devils defeated James Buchanan on Thursday for their 12th straight win.
Alyssa Denkovich and Abbey Denkovich each had an assist for Greencastle (12-1), while Kayleigh Smith had two saves in the first half and Nadajah Vickers had four saves in the second half in the victory.
Rochelle Timmons scored on an assist from Danielle Thomas for the Rockets (5-8).
Waynesboro 3, Boiling Springs 1
WAYNESBORO, Pa. — Jade Swope had a goal and two assists to lead Waynesboro past Boiling Springs on Thursday.
Julie Smith and Alysha McCleaf each had a goal and Lauren Wagaman added an assist for the Maidens (9-3).
Goretti 3, Broadfording 2
Abbey Eich had 12 kills, three aces and three blocks to lead St. Maria Goretti to a 25-15, 21-25, 18-25, 25-18, 16-14 victory over Broadfording Christian Academy (0-13).
Jessica Swarner had seven kills and seven assists and Lauren Clopper had 16 digs for the Gaels (6-7).
JV: Broadfording, 2-0.
Calvary 3, Broadfording 0
Calvary swept Broadfording 25-17, 25-11, 27-25 on Thursday.
For Broadfording, Kierra White had 13 assists, Sarah Couch had eight kills and Jade Boone had four kills and three aces.
Williamsport 173, Goretti 180, Smithsburg 190
at Beaver Creek, par 36
Williamsport (29-6-1): Cody Trunkle 41, Ryan Crabtree 42, Ben Seibert 44, Connor Renn 46, Drew Jamison 46.
St. Maria Goretti: Nik Steiner 41, Jacob Moats 45, Michael DiMercurio 46, Ryan Kinter 48.
Smithsburg: Kyle Huntzberry 39, Nate Redmond 45, Jordan Tapley 47, Trey Martz 59.
South 197, Clear Spring 202
South Hagerstown: Cody Reeder 46, Dylan Bickford 47, Andrew Snodderly 51, Josh Mades 53, Lon Branham 53.
Clear Spring: Owen Nield 43, Alex Sword 52, Ethan Moats 53, Garrett Hull 54, Joseph Alexander 54.
PIAA District 3 tourney
YORK, Pa. — Two local golfers made the cut during the first round of the PIAA District 3 Class AAA boys tournament on Friday at Briarwood East.
Chambersburg’s Max Bell shot an even-par 72 and is in a three-way tie for third place, while Waynesboro’s Nick Franki shot a 4-over 76 and is in a tie for 13th.
West York Josh Rinehart shot a 2-under 70 for sole possession of first.
Flint Hill 163, Mercersburg 166, Potomac 181, Middleburg 218
Thursday in Leesburg, Va.
Mercersburg: Otto Bunjapamai 40, Seth Noorbakhsh 40, Andrew Peterson 41, Richie Zhou 45.
HCC 1, Chesapeake 0
Chesapeake forfeited its contest at Hagerstown Community College on Friday. It was recorded as a 1-0 win for the Hawks.
Howard 3, HCC 2
COLUMBIA, Md. — Elise Manning had 17 kills and nine blocks for Hagerstown Community College in a 25-19, 25-16, 22-25, 14-25, 15-13 Maryland JuCo Conference loss to Howard.
Emmalynn Stahl had 13 kills and 23 digs, Summer Neff had 27 assists, Tiffany Rohrer had 35 digs and Victoria Broadwater had 23 digs for the Hawks (10-2, 6-1).
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