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Clear Spring girls get first soccer win

September 16, 1998
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Steve Miles scored 43 to lead Williamsport.

Team scores: Middletown 161, Brunswick 173, Williamsport 185

TJ edges Liberty

Kyle Hegamyer won medalist honors, shooting 41 to lead TJ.

Team scores: Thomas Johnson 221, Liberty 224

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St. James 2, Bullis 0

ST. JAMES - Allison Funkhouser and Cortney Logan scored first-half goals to lift St. James over Bullis.

Funkhouser scored eight minutes into the game on a corner play. Logan scored late in the first half to seal the game for the Saints (1-2).

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Chambersburg teams split

BOYS: Chambersburg 18, Carlisle 37; 1. Erik Bennett (Ch), 16:53; 2. Ed Schlichter (Ch), 16:57; 3. Dustin Heberlig (C), 17:08; 4. Derek Lautensalger (Ch), 17:11; 5. Tyler Myers (Ch), 17:30; 6. Bryan Cook (Ch), 17:34; 7. Scott Robinson (C), 17:37; 8. Prieston Burgett (C), 17:47; 9. Mike Jones (C), 17:50; 10. Mike Keeken (C), 17:57.

GIRLS: Carlisle 23, Chambersburg 32; 1. Emilie Cole (C), 19:36; 2. Kelly Baker (Ch), 19:58; 3. Ellie Strand (C), 20:00; 4. Beth Armstrong (Ch), 20:04; 5. Michelle Golightly (C), 20:41; 6. Samantha Keener (C), 20:47; 7. Lindsay Ausherman (Ch), 20:54; 8. Karen Markley (C), 21:07; 9. Amy Drawbaugh (Ch), 21:14; 10. Rachel Sleighter (Ch), 21:20.

HEIGHT="6" ALT="* " NATURALSIZEFLAG="0" ALIGN="BOTTOM"> ADULT LEAGUES




Wash. County Frostbite Softball

West World Laser Tag 14-21, Franco's 12-10: Zore Cline hit two home runs in the doubleheader for WWLT. Pork Knable and Lloyd Kelly also homered.

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Wash. County Junior League

Steelers 24, Vikings 15: Jordan Fazenbaker threw a 20-yard touchdown pass to Antwan Jones and a 64-yarder to Brandon Monroe to lead the Steelers.

Quielan Gantt scored on a 37-yard run and Todd Rideout scored on a 26-yard run for the Steelers.

Bud Hose scored on a 45-yard run and Patrick Young scored on a 1-yard run, while Bucky Hillard made a 2-point kick as the Vikings lost for the first time since the 1994 season.

Hancock Raiders 39, Hagerstown Redskins 34: Curtis Ray rushed for 210 yards and four touchdowns and added a 65-yard punt return touchdown to lead the Raiders. Ronnie Gaither scored a touchdown, while Ricky Snow and Cody Reed both had interceptions for Hancock.

Hagerstown Dolphins 31, Hagerstown Browns 0: Bobby Waugh scored three touchdowns and Quintez McDonald scored two touchdowns to lead the Hagerstown Dolphins. Cal Robinson threw for a touchdown for the Dolphins.

Smithsburg Jets 25, Hagerstown Giants 0: Jerry Harris, Dustin Sier, Corey Brown and Nathan Himes each had a rushing touchdown to lead the Jets.

Smithsburg 43, Hagerstown Packers 14: Brandon Fisher completed two touchdown passes to David Gouff to lead Smithsburg. Travis Blum had a 89-yard touchdown run, Patrick Yeager had a 81-yard touchdown run, Gouff and Martin each had a rushing touchdown and Fisher had two 2-point kicks for Smithsburg.

Bryan Slater had a 70-yard touchdown run and William Jones had a 30-yard run for the Hagerstown Packers.

3rd-4th Grade Division

Smithsburg Jaguars 12, Hagerstown Eagles 0: Jamal Campbell had a 61-yard touchdown run and Matt Miller had a 2-yard touchdown run for the Jaguars.

Williamsport Ravens 25, Hagerstown Chiefs 13: Marcus Scott scored three touchdown and had 150 yards rushing and Cullen Hemphill scored a touchdown for the Ravens.

Ross Carpenter and Vernon Valentine scored for the Chiefs.

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Shepherd 2, Columbia Union 0

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Tony Reightler had a goal and an assist as the Rams shut out Columbia Union.

Reightler and Thaddeus Barnes assisted on Andrew Ritchie's goal in the first half, then Reightler converted Scott Benson's corner kick in the second half. Chris Boggs (three saves) and Jason Enterline (four) combined for the shutout for Shepherd (3-2-1).

Montgomery/Rockville 6, HCC 0

Steve Price had 13 saves, but it wasn't enough for HCC as the Hawks fell to Montgomery/Rockville.

Montgomery/Rockville, the No. 1 junior college team in the nation, outshot HCC (1-1) , 27-6.

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Frostburg 3, Catholic 0

Shannon Rexrode had 15 kills and eight digs and Heather Abucevicz added 14 kills and nine digs to lead FSU to a 17-15, 15-10, 15-8 victory.

Kirstin Gitt had three aces and nine digs for FSU (6-1).

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