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Fields carries Mercersburg over Sidwell Friends

October 10, 1998

WASHINGTON - Quarterback Kyle Fields completed 18 of 28 passes for 269 yards and three touchdowns to lead Mercersburg to a 47-6 win Saturday over Sidwell Friends.

Heath Vink made his presence known in more than one way for Mercersburg (4-1). He caught four passes for 103 yards and a score, returned a punt 35 yards for another score and intercepted two passes.

Matt Kranchick had eight receptions for 135 yards and another score. Eddie Brown rushed for 116 yards on 15 carries, and backfield mate Trevor Baumgartner rushed 18 times for 72 yards and two TDs.

* PREP CROSS COUNTRY




Hubs' McCarty wins Harford Co. Invintational

Kari McCarty clocked the fifth-fastest time ever at the Harford County Invitational, winning the girl's race in 19:19.

McCarty took the lead a half-mile in and never looked back.

* PREP GOLF




Mercersburg wins quad-meet

MCCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - Javier Arregui shot a 77 at Great Cove Golf Club, winning medalist honors and leading Mercersburg to the quad-meet victory.

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Mercersburg finished with 327 to beat out Martinsburg's 354. Goretti finished third with 370, followed by Musselman with 377.

Josh Spreng shot 78 to lead Goretti. Martinsburg's Raymond Kwek and Musselman's Aaron Mueller led their teams with rounds of 84.

* BOYS SOCCER




Goretti 3, Clear Spring 0

CLEAR SPRING - Charlie Idol, Steve Kamas and James Cosentino all scored goals with less than eight minutes to play in the second half, breaking open a scoreless tie and leading Goretti to the win.

Bill Cramer had nine saves to record the shutout for Goretti. Jeremiah Johnson had nine saves for Clear Spring (3-8).

* JV BOYS SOCCER




North 5, Williamsport 0

* GIRLS SOCCER




Goretti 2, Clear Spring 2

CLEAR SPRING - Ashley Andrews scored twice, including the game-tying goal with 12 minutes to go, as the Blazers (2-9-1) surprised No. 4 Goretti on their homecoming night.

Kristina Ullrich and Ashley Andrews had assists for Clear Spring, which got 25 saves from Kari Mowen. Allison Palank and Erin Costello scored for the Gaels (9-4-2), who got 12 saves from Janet McCullough.

* COLLEGE SOCCER




Monmouth 1 Mount St. Marys 1

EMMITTSBURG, Md. - Christian Zentner made nine saves, many of them spectacular, to help Monmouth University to a 1-1 double overtime draw with Mount St. Mary's (5-4-2, 2-2-1).

The Hawks (4-7-1, 3-1-1) drew first blood in the 11th minute when Michael Frye's pass was headed by Andrew Viscariello to Robert Cavanaugh, who beat Rob Ray to give Monmouth a 1-0 lead.

The Mount struck back in the 23rd minute when Chris Hammond's free kick was deflected off the head of Duncan Gladwin and into the net to tie the score.

Ray made just four saves for the Mount, but his biggest came in the 119th minute when he stopped Juuso Olinki from point-blank range.

* COLLEGE TENNIS




Mount St. Mary's 6 St. Francis 1

EMMITTSBURG, Md. - Mount St. Mary's won all six singles matches in a 6-1 decision over St. Francis (N.Y.).

Only one of the Mountaineers needed three sets to defeat her opponent.

The Mountaineers are off for two weeks until the Northeast Conference tournament at Kiamesha Lake, N.Y. on Oct. 23-25.

* COLLEGE CROSS COUNTRY




HCC sweeps meet

COLUMBIA, Md. - The Hagerstown Community College men's and women's cross country teams continued what has become a tradition of winning by finishing in the middle of the pack.

The Hawks defended their Maryland JuCo Conference titles by each finishing in the top 10 Saturday in the Maryland State Collegiate Cross Country Championships at Howard Community College.

HCC's men finished fifth overall - first among junior colleges - in the field combining four-year schools and junior colleges to win their seventh straight state JuCo title. The women won their third straight JuCo crown with an eighth-place finish. The Maryland JuCo Conference used the state collegiate meet as its conference meet.

Towson University won both the men's and women's team titles. HCC's men finished with 115 points, 80 behind Towson, but 112 ahead of seventh-place Howard in the JuCo division. The HCC women finished with 185 points, 141 behind Towson, but 59 ahead of Montgomery-Rockville in the JuCo race.

HCC's Tom Funk finished sixth in the men's race in 27 minutes, 36 seconds and Tim Mason took seventh in 27:42 to win All-State honors. Other HCC finishers were Tim Lentz 20th 28:31; James Lowrie 38th 29:20; Justin Ward 44th 29:29.

Pam Holtzman finished 23rd in 21:29 for HCC to finish 2:27 behind race winner Susie McCullouch of Salisbury State. Jessica Bracken took 25th in 21:31; Dawn Shatzer was 34th in 22:02, Lealia Price was 45th in 22:33 and Becky Walter was 58th in 23:31.

Men's team results: Towson University 35, UMBC 54, Frostburg State 69, Loyola 110, HCC 115, Johns Hopkins 130, Howard Community College 227, Salisbury State 245, UMES 256, Villa Julie 300, Montgomery Rockville 360, Morgan State 374, Coppin State 375, Anne Arundel 378.

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