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Tuesday's roundup: Heritage volleyball team earns first win

September 30, 1998

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Julie Poe had 13 points, six aces, five assists and six kills to lead Heritage Academy to its first win of the season, a 15-11, 15-2, 15-13 victory over Martinsburg Christian Academy on Tuesday.

Stephanie Wann had nine service points and three kills for Heritage (1-6). Jeannette Kidd had seven service points and four aces, and Karen Bailey added five assists in the win.

McConnellsburg 2, Chestnut Ridge 0

McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - Tiffany Sipes had 12 assists and four kills, and sister Gina Sipes added seven points and five kills to lead No. 2 McConnellsburg.

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Lori Baker had six points and four kills for the Spartans (8-0). Charla Gordon had seven points, Renee Baker had six kills and Lindsay Miller added four kills.

Calvary 3, Highland View 2

CUMBERLAND, Md. - Morgan Wheeler had eight assists and Ali Kitzmiller had 14 kills to lead Calvary to a 14-16, 17-15, 15-7, 6-15, 15-6 win over Highland View.

Allison Tooley had three points ito help the Tartans rally from a 14-7 deficit for the Game 1 win.

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Chambersburg 3, Mechanicsburg 2

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. - Nate Richards scored two goals and added an assist to carry No. 3 Chambersburg.

Dustin Martin added a goal and an assist for the Trojans (10-1).

Zlatko Dizderevic and Darnell Foster scored goals for Mechanicsburg.

Greencastle 3 , Milton Hershey 1

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Tony Simonetti scored twice as the Blue Devils outshot Hershey, 37-13.

Rich Polifka had the first goal for Greencastle (6-4) before Simonetti's two tallies. Kate Buckley had two assists, and Polifka had one.

JV: Greencastle 6, MH 1.

Heritage 10, MCA 0

Briggs Haugh, Ian Ellis and Ben Jordan each scored two goals in the win for Heritage Academy.

Tim LeHew, Micah Shatzer, Ryan Marquiss and Justin Cline each added a goal for Heritage (4-3, 3-3). Haugh, Ellis, LeHew and Shatzer picked up assists.

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Jefferson 5, Hedgesville 1

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. - Jennifer Russell and Bobbi Johnson each had two goals and an assist to lift No. 2 Jefferson.

Deana Durbin added a goal and two assists for the Cougars (8-0-1).

Rebecca Southard scored the lone goal for Hedgesville.

Morgantown 4, Martinsburg 1

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Tasha Hedges scored the No. 7 Bulldogs' only goal on an assist by Katie Messner in the loss.

Kristen Lough had 22 saves for Martinsburg (4-4-1).

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Hood blanked in field hockey

FREDERICK, Md. - Hood College fell to 1-6 overall and 1-2 in the Atlantic Women's College Conference with a 5-0 loss to Mary Baldwin.

Stephanie Andrews had 12 saves in goal for Hood.

Georgetown beats Mount

WASHINGTON - Four different players scored goals for Georgetown in a 4-0 women's soccer win over Mount St. Mary's at Harbin Field.

The loss was the third consecutive setback for the Mounts.

UMBC wins NEC Golf Title

FAYETTEVILLE, Pa. - The University of Maryland-Baltimore County, led by Tim Walko's conference-record, two-under-par 142, easilly won the Northeast Conference men's golf championship Tuesday at the Iron Forge Course at Penn National Golf Club.

The Retrievers shattered the NEC team mark with a six-over-par 582.

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Wash. Co. Frostbite Softball

Lenox 19, Franco's 18: Nomar Michaels went 5-for-5 with two home runs, and Jeff Miller was 4-for-5 with a home run for Lenox.

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Washington Co. Jr. Football

Williamsport Vikings 26, Hancock Raiders 0: Buck Hilliard and Patrick Young had TD runs to lead the Vikings.

Aerik Taylor threw a 20-yard touchdown pass to Bud House, and Brian Spickler added a 22-yard scoring strike to Josh Foley.

Todd Wilson added a safety to finish the scoring for the Vikings.

Mountain Valley Jr. Football

Pony Division - Boonsboro 8, FSK 6: Todd Potter had a 70-yard touchdown run and a safety for Boonsboro. Brian Pressley had eight tackles and Kyle Kane had six tackles in the win.

JV Division - FSK 7, Boonsboro 6: Justin Short completed a 60-yard touchdown pass to Jay Love for Boonsboro's only score.

Varsity - FSK 2, Boonsboro 0

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Terps' Kopka wins ACC honors

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - The University of Maryland's Brian Kopka was named the ACC special teams player of the week Tuesday.

The sophmore place-kicker scored 12 points in Maryland's 30-20 victory over Temple. Kopka converted on field goal attempts of 42, 23 and 29 yards.

Kopka leads the nation with 10 consecutive made field goals and a 2.5 field goals per game average. He has converted four of five attempts from beyond 40 yards.

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