Spartans, Eagles play to 4-4 tie

September 16, 1998


McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - Nick Wolfe scored two goals for McConnellsburg as the No. 9 Spartans played to a 4-4 tie with No. 5 Hedgesville on Wednesday.

Nathan Horton had a goal and an assist, and Jeremy Reed added an assist for McConnellsburg (5-0-1).

Cory Fominaya, Ryan Stocking, Nathan Cosner and Dallas Miller all scored for Hedgesville (3-1-1).

Potomac 2, St. James 0

McLEAN, Va. - Rod Swain and John Ohly scored goals to lift Potomac over St. James.

Doug Trabandt assisted on both goals for Potomac.

Potomac outshot St. James (2-1), 20-11.

Mercersburg 3, Flint Hill 2

WASHINGTON - Ignacio Sornies scored the game-winning goal off an assist from Emory Mort with two minutes to play, lifting Mercersburg to the victory.


Josh Grahe and Matt Dansinger scored the other goals for the Blue Storm (2-0). Chris Miller and Will Hamilton each added an assist.

Mercersburg goaltender Andy Dansinger had 15 saves.


Boonsboro 1, FSK 0

BOONSBORO - Ashley Reeder scored the only goal on an assist from Krista Hurley, leading Boonsboro to a Monocacy Valley Athletic League win over FSK.

Boonsboro improves to 2-2-1, 1-1.

Boonsboro won the JV match, 3-1.


Mercersburg wins quad-meet

Javier Eregui fired a 37 to earn medalist honors, leading Mercersburg to the meet victory.

Josh Spreng shot 40 for Goretti and Lou Moore shot 44 for St. James.

Highland View 184, Spencerville 240

Tony Castlebuono fired a 37 to win medalist honors and lead Highland View Academy to a dual meet win over Spencerville.

North 175, Brunswick 180

BRUNSWICK, Md. - Ryan Maul was the medalist for North Hagerstown, shooting a 41 to lead the Hubs over Brunswick at Sleepy Hollow Golf Course.


South 3, Middletown 2

MIDDLETOWN, Md. - Luisa Lopez had 12 kills and three digs and Bricia Buhrman added 17 digs for Middletown in a 15-6, 15-17, 15-12, 9-15, 15-9 MVAL loss to South.

Middletown falls to 2-1, 0-1. The Rebels are 2-2, 1-0.

South won the JV match, 2-0. Game scores were 15-9 and 16-14.

McConnellsburg 2, Hyndman 0

HYNDMAN, Pa. - Tiffany Sipes had six points and seven assists to lead McConnellsburg. Erin Peck had seven blocks and four assists, Lindsey Miller had three kills and seven blocks, Lory Baker had four kills and six blocks, and Gina Sipes had four kills for the Spartans (5-0).

Mercersburg 3, Bishop Walsh 1

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Ali Cornelius had 18 points and five kills to lead Mercersburg Academy to a 12-15, 15-6, 15-2, 15-11 win over Bishop Walsh.

Katie Porter had 14 points, seven aces and six kills. Lauren Bolte had 15 kills, and Angie Cornelius added nine kills for Mercersburg.


Catoctin 38, Smithsburg 8


Zook earns defensive MVP honors

Hagerstown native Mike Zook, a senior back for the Eastern Mennonite University soccer team, won defensive MVP honors in the Blue Jay Classic earlier this season.

Zook has a goal and two assists this season, helping the Royals to a 3-1 record.

Hawkins fires 72

Charles Hawkins scored a 72 to win the 60-64 age group Monday at the Washington County recreation & Parks Fall Senior Golf Tournament at Black Rock.

Top finishers were:

Ages 55-59: 1. Ron Owings, 76; 2. Jerry Harrell, 90; ages 60-64: 1. Charles Hawkins, 72; 2. Ken McDowell, 76; 3. John Slocum, 78; ages 65-69: 1. Emit Burkett, 74; 2. Lee Cordell, 79; 3. Roy Funkhouser, 80; ages 70-74: 1. Al Gardner, 76; 2. Robert Condon, 84; 3. Bill Ricketts, 85; ages 75-79: 1. Scotty Wine, 83; 2. H.A. Reifsnyder, 84; 3. Jack Stoeber, 95; ages 80 and up: 1. Marvin Reedy, 81; 2. Marion Boppe, 90; 3. Wilson Waddy, 95.

Shippensburg seeking coaches

SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. - Shippensburg University is seeking coaches to fill assistant positions in men's and women's track and field, field hockey and lacrosse.

Send a letter of application, current resume and listings of at least three current professional references with phone numbers to Dr. James Pribula, Director of Athletics, Shippensburg University, Shippensburg, Pa., 17257.

Crazy Horse advances to nationals

The Crazy Horse softball team won the Hub City League A Division regular season title and went undefeated in the playoffs to capture that title as well.

Crazy Horse, 32-3, advances to the national tournament in Roanoke, Va. on Sept. 18-20, along with 53 other league champions.

Team members are Jeff Foltz, Larry Tant, Denny Wallech, Ronnie Brown, Brent Taylor, J.R. Huntsberry, Ed Talbert, Doug Keller, Scott Coulter, Willie Vinson, Bob McPherson, Doug Levine, Mickey Brackett, Scott Remsburg and Jeff Parks.

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