Saturday's roundup: Adair's four goals leads North girls

October 05, 1998

Megan Adair scored four goals to lead No. 9 North Hagerstown to a 6-1 upset over No. 8 Smithsburg Saturday in a Monocacy Valley Athletic League soccer match at North Hagerstown.

Lindsey Smith and Rebecca Holmes scored the other goals for North (7-2-1). Smith, Michelle Fitzgerald and Meagan Verdeyen added assists.


Mercersburg Acad. 54, Maret 6

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Kyle Fields was 7-for-12 passing for 166 yards and four TDs, and the Blue Storm intercepted six Maret passes in a rout.

Matt Kranchick had six of the seven catches for 159 yards and all the touchdowns. Trevor Baumgartner had 65 yards rushing and three TDs for Mercersburg (3-1).


Ryan Harris intercepted two passes and ran back one 28 yards for a touchdown, and Heath Vink had an 84-yard punt return for the last score.

Boonsboro 36, FSK 7

UNION BRIDGE, Md. - The Warriors used a late blitz at the end of the first half to put away Francis Scott Key.

Boonsboro (4-1, 3-1 MVAL) went ahead 9-0 on Brad Palm's 42-yard field goal with about three minutes left in the half. On the ensuing kickoff, Palm's kick died in between several Eagles players, and Boonsboro recovered. The Warriors scored on the very next play on a Tyler Moser-Brooks Everline connection.

With time running out in the half, FSK tried to move into scoring position, but an Eagles pass was picked off by Corey Dixon. Moser and Everline hooked up for another TD on the next play.

Greencastle 37, E. Pennsboro 23

ENOLA, Pa. - Mike Jemison had 29 carries for 149 yards and two touchdowns to lead Greencastle-Antrim to a victory on Friday night.

Walter Medina added 20 rushes for 107 yards and two touchdowns. Greencastle-Antrim (4-1) outgained East Pennsboro, 361-223.


Potomac 45, St. James 13


Williamsport 4, Clear Spring 1

CLEAR SPRING - Matt Bowman scored two of Williamsport's four second-half goals as the Wildcats came from behind to score a victory.

Ryan Beard and Todd Knepper each scored a goal and added an assist for Williamsport (6-2).

Justin Saloom scored a first-half goal for Clear Spring (3-5), giving the Blazers a 1-0 halftime lead.

St. James 3, RMA 2

Jamie Holzapfel scored the tying and then the winning goals, helping St. James come back from a 2-1 deficit.

Rohan Chandra had a goal and an assist for St. James (5-3). Hans Bowman added an assist. Goaltender Peter Mundey had seven saves.

Kyle Bookhardt scored both goals for Randolph-Macon Academy.

Chambersburg 8, Waynesboro 1

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Nate Richards scored three of his four goals in the first half as Chambersburg built a 5-1 halftime lead en route to a Mid-Penn victory.

Ryan Hess and Dustin Martin each added two goals for Chambersburg (12-1, 11-1). Ashley Mills had three assists, Zach Hitchens had two, and Mark Richards and Josh Davis each added one.

Chambersburg outshot Waynesboro, 36-7.


Hedgesville wins AVL title

BUNKER HILL, W.Va. - Erica Anders had eight kills, Brooke Fergusson had five kills and Nicki Woodsmall had 15 assists in the game to lead Hedgesville to a 15-8, 15-6 win in the championship match of the Apple Valley League tournament at Musselman High.

Mercersburg won all three games in round-robin play before losing to Hedgesville in the semifinals.

Mercersburg defeated Berkeley Springs (15-2, 15-5), Jefferson (15-5, 15-13) and Musselman (15-6, 15-6) in its pool play before losing to the Eagles, 15-5, 15-13.

Lauren Bolte had 21 service points and 17 kills in the four games. Angie Cornelius had 24 service points, 19 assists and six aces, Katie Porter had 11 kills and seven aces, and Shelane Jorgenson had nine kills for Hedgesville.


Frostburg 4, Wash. &Jeff. 0

FROSTBURG, Md. - Phil Harper scored two goals and Kirk Gibson and Graig Patti each scored a goal, leading Frostburg State to the victory.

Steve Hemke had three assists for FSU (8-2, 2-0), ranked No. 5 in the NCAA Division III's South Region. The top four teams in each region earn berths to the national tournament.

Walker Boyd had five saves to preserve the shutout.


FSU wins men's title

FROSTBURG, Md. - Mike Taye won the men's 8K race for the third consecutive year, clocking 24 minutes, 53.7 seconds, leading Frostburg State to the team championship in the FSU Invitational.

FSU finished with 31 points, outdistancing Hagerstwon Community College by 40. Shepherd finished 11th with a score of 293.

For HCC, Tim Lentz (25:55.7) placed third, Tom Funk (26:14) placed seventh, Clear Spring grad Tim Mason (26:29) placed 11th, James Eagler (27:24) placed 27th and Justin Ward (27:25) placed 28th.

Dan Carter (27:27) finished 29th, leading Shepherd's finishers.

Baldwin-Wallace won the women's team title with 32. HCC finished sixth with 187, and Shepherd finished 10th with 267.

West Virginia Wesleyan's Sara Walker won the 5K race in 18:53.5. Melissa Beaver (18:55.8) finished second and Baldwin-Wallace's Debbie Bangerter (19:11) finished third.

Clear Spring and HCC graduate Jennifer Hartnett finished seventh in 19:21 for West Wirginia Wesleyan.

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