Hubs win in 4: Tuesday's roundup

September 23, 1998


Jen Anderson was 26-for-26 from the service line with 19 points to lead No. 5 North Hagerstown over South Hagerstown 15-6, 15-10, 12-15, 15-12 Tuesday at South.

Ashley Olszeski had 10 kills and was 12-for-12 from the service line for the Hubs (2-2). Nicole Morgan had 11 kills and 19 assists, Erica Dattilio had 15 assists and five kills and Danielle Bergeman had 14 points and seven kills.

Goretti 3, Jefferson 0

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. - Jennifer Piccolomini had seven service aces and four kills to lead the Gaels (4-3) to a 15-12, 15-10, 15-13 victory.


Brianne McManus and Mandy Hoffman each had six aces, and McManus added five kills in the victory.

Broadfording 3, Heritage 0

Stephanie Duffey had 17 points to lead Broadfording (3-4) to a 15-9, 15-6, 15-9 win over Heritage Academy.

Stepahnie Wann had eight points, six assists and three kills, Jenny Becker had six points and three kills, and Julie Poe added six kills for Heritage (0-5).

McConnellsburg 2, Everett 0

EVERETT, Pa. - Tiffany Sipes had seven blocks, seven assists and five points to lead No. 6 McConnellsburg over Everett (5-3) 15-12, 15-5 in a Sideling Hill League match.

Jenny Lynn had 14 points, Lori Baker had nine blocks and five kills, Lindsey Miller had eight blocks and four kills and Erin Peck had eight assists and four blocks for McConnellsburg (6-0).

Grace 3, CVCS 1

Joanna Conner had seven kills to lead Grace Academy over Cumberland Valley Christian School 15-7, 15-7, 8-15, 15-4.

Heather Kendall had six assists for Grace (6-0).


Middletown 3, Boonsboro 1

MIDDLETOWN, Md. - Robby Pongratz scored the only goal for Boonsboro as the Warriors lost to No. 2 Middletown in a Monocacy Valley Athletic League match.

Jonathan Meleney scored for the Knights (2-1, 2-0) in the first half to tie the score at 1-1. But second-half goals by Brian Bradac and Doug Boyle lifted Middletown to the win.

Middletown outshot Boonsboro, 11-4. Sam Lind had six saves for the Warriors (1-3-1, 0-2-1).

Greencastle 3, Fairfield 0

FAIRFIELD, Pa. - Tony Simonetti had a goal and an assist to lead Greencastle over Fairfield in a Colonial Division game.

Nevin Laughlin scored first for Greencastle (4-3) off a double assist from Simonetti and Scott Kuni. Scott Seyler scored a goal off an assist by Kuni, and Simonetti's goal was assisted by Daniel Okilj.

Greencastle outshot Fairfield, 29-19. Ben Pierce had 10 saves for the Blue Devils.

Heritage 5, Broadfording 0

Briggs Haugh had two goals and William Bradley, Tim LeHew, Ben Jordan each had one to lead Heritage. Jeremy Potter had an assist for the winners (2-3). Jonathan Britton made two saves for his second shutout.

Grace 4, CVCS 1

Mark Koontz had two goals and an assist to lead Grace (4-2, 4-1 MDCC). Josh Barnhart and Hans Lehman also scored, and Daniel Slough had 19 saves for Grace.


Williamsport 5, South 0

Brooke Weimer had a goal and three assists to lead No. 4 Williamsport over South Hagerstown.

Shannon Smiles and Ashley Van Norden each had a goal and an assist for the Wildcats (3-0-1). Kaci Resau and Brooke Jolliffe had one goal apiece and Skyler Sanders had an assist.

Williamsport outshot South, 17-4. Ashley Mullican had nine saves for the Rebels (1-3).


Middletown 166

North 173, South 187

Mike Allen and Jon Weiler each fired 41s at Black Rock to lead the Knights to a tri-match victory. Ryan Allen also shot 41 to lead North, and Chris Henson's 44 was South's low score.

St. James 185,

Highland View 193

Tony Castlebuono shot a 41 for Highland View Academy, but St. James won the match at Beaver Creek Country Club.

Lou Moore shot a 46 to lead the Saints.

Musselman 175,

Hedgesville 183,

B. Springs 202, Frankfort 222

Aaron Mueller's round of 40 at Cacapon gave the Applemen a quad-match victory. Kevin Curry's 42 led Hedgesville, while Ryan Wall and Chris Carter each had 49s to top Berkeley Springs.

JV: Musselman 145, Hedgesville 156, Berkeley Springs 173.


Shepherd 2, Bluefield (Va.) 1

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - John Lothes had the game-winning goal in the 81st minute to lead Shepherd over Bluefield College.

Tony Reigtler scored an unassisted goal in the 31st minute to put the Rams (4-2-1) up 1-0 going into the half. Bluefield (2-5-0) tied the game 1-1 midway through the second half. Reigtler assisted Lothes four minutes later for the game winner.

Chris Boggs had 10 saves for the Rams.


Washington County League

Crazy Horse 18, Miller Lite 15: Bengie Biggus threw touchdown passes to Chip Scott, Dwayne Freeman and Ed Johnson to lead Crazy Horse. Mark Burger and Kevin Dickens scored touchdowns for Miller Lite.

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