Saturday's roundup - Turkeyfoot stuffs Hancock

October 24, 1998


CONFLUENCE, Pa. - Dave Royer threw for 108 yards and a touchdown, but Hancock lost to Turkeyfoot 36-8 on Saturday.

Royer connected with Mike Hixon on a 26-yard touchdown to lead the Panthers (3-5). Sam Hess recorded a safety.

Mercersburg 20, Bullis 7

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Trevor Baumgartner rushed 23 times for 181 yards and a touchdown as Mercersburg claimed victory.

Kyle Fields threw for 207 yards and a touchdown and Eddie Brown threw for 74 yards and another score for the Blue Storm (5-2).

Shannon Summers and Heath Vink caught touchdown passes. Summers and Matt Kranchick each had an interception.


Grace wins MDCC

MONT ALTO, Pa. - Grace Academy (11-1) finished off a perfect conference campaign with victories over Calvary and Cumberland Valley at the Mason Dixon Christian Conference Tournament at Penn State-Mont Alto.


Sarah Conner had 14 kills and Joanna Conner added 16 assists in a 15-13, 15-7, 15-13 victory over Calvary in the semifinals.

Beth Kendall had six kills, Katie Michael had four kills and Heather Kendall had six assists in an 8-15, 15-2, 15-10, 15-3 victory over Cumberland Valley in the finals.

Hedgesville wins CVAL

CUMBERLAND, Md. - Hedgesville swept through the Cumberland Valley Athletic League tournament at Fort Hill, finishing an eight-game sweep with a finals victory over Fort Hill.

The Eagles (21-7) beat Allegany and Jefferson in pool play and downed Martinsburg 15-7, 15-11 in the semifinals before beating the Sentinels, 15-12, 15-9.

Nicki Woodsmall had 66 assists on the day, and Brooke Ferguson had 21 kills, 10 blocks at the net. Erica Anders also had 19 kills for Hedgesville in the tourney.

Mercersburg 3, Berk. Springs 0

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Shelane Jorgenson had six kills and four aces in a 15-10, 15-1, 15-8 victory for Mercersburg.

Sarah Nusairat had six kills and three blocks, and Lauren Bolte added four kills and three blocks for Mercersburg (9-2).


Jefferson 10, North Marion 0

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. - Jennifer Russell, Bobbi Johnson and Erin Bradlet each scored twice as No. 4 Jefferson won the sectional title.

Deanna Durbin, Lindsay Edwards, Beth Walsh and Nicole Brown also scored for Jefferson (12-1-1). Russell and Durbin added two assists and Amy Edwards added one.

Jefferson outshot North Marion, 34-0.


Mercersburg sweeps Bedford

Boys team scores: Mercersburg 29, Bedford 45

Individual results: 1. Justin Trenta (M), 17:40; 2. Jesse Gates (B), 18:18; 3. Patrick Coch (M), 18:19; 4. Don Enders (M), 18:19; 5. Josh Rose (B), 18:52; 6. Julian Pelekenakis (M), 19:07; 7. Sebastian Berlit (M), 19:38; 8. Richard Kaufman (M), 20:05; 9. Bryan Stiffler (B), 20:09; 10. Gray McDermid (M), 20:14.

Girls team scores: Mercersburg 30, Bedford 40

Individual results: 1. Nicole Zack (B), 21:14; 2. Maureen Glah (M), 22:04; 3. Jill Pniewski (M), 22:27; 4. Michelle Glah (M), 23:03; 5. Molly Malone (M), 23:18; 6. Joselyn Banks (B), 24:17; 7. Carol Powers (M), 24:39; 8. Rebecca Raabe (M), 25:17; 9. Kim Nicklis (B), 25:33; 10. Emily Melton (B), 26:02.


Goretti 3, Clear Spring 2

Chad Brashears had a goal and an assist to lead No. 7 St. Maria Goretti.

Steve Kamas and Trey Cobb also scored for the Gaels (10-3-3).

Jared Thomas and Jimmy Sanders scored for Clear Spring.

Goretti won the JV match, 6-0.


Lentz, Wassner set records

Timothy Lentz shattered the course record by more than 47 seconds, winning the men's race in 15 minutes, 23.9 seconds at the Y-ME Fitness Festival 5K Run at Hagerstown Community College.

Lentz, of Derry, Pa., broke the record of 16:11 set by Hagerstown's Tyler Newcomer last year. The top eight finishers broke Newcomer's mark.

HCC All-American Tom Funk finished fourth in 15:37.2. Tim Mason finished fifth in 15:56.

Rebecca Wassner won the women's race in 17:20.7, besting the old mark of 18:51 set by Hagerstown's Maria Pazarentzos last year. Wassner, 23, is a Mount St. Marys grad and resides in Gaithersburg, Md.

Former HJC All-American Sharon Webb, of Hagerstown, finished second in 18:37. Sherry Albin, of Williamsport, finished third in 18:50.

John Doub, 41, of Waynesboro, Pa., won the Masters division in 16:21.7.


Washington Co. Flag Football

Gehr's 12, Miller Lite 6: Tom Jones caught a 30-yard touchdown pass from G.E. Ingram in the sixth overtime to lead Gehr's in a battle of North Division leaders.

Ingram added a 1-yard touchdown run for the winners. Kevin Dickens had an 80-yard kickoff return for Miller Lite's only score.

Last week's games:

Hannigan's 40, Gold's Gym 0: Larry Winston ran for a touchdown and threw for four more for Hannigan's. Isaac Ferguson, Cory Russ, Joe Morris and Carroll Hill each caught a touchdown pass for the winners.

Crazy Horse 48, Knights 0: Mike Morrison threw two touchdown passes to Dwayne Freeman and one to Ed Johnson for Crazy Horse. Butch Lyles and Chip Scott caught scoring strikes from Bengie Biggus, and Doug Keller returned an interception 63 yards for a touchdown.

Gehr's 28, Easton Concrete 0: G.E. Ingram threw touchdown passes to Lewie Thomas and Carlton Gaines and Jesse Williams returned a punt for a score for Gehr's. Buck Waters hooked up with Emit Holman for another score. Todd Sweitzer, James Callas and Dave Shear had interceptions for the winners.


Mason-Dixon Soccer

Clear Spring Blast 8, Hagerstown 0: Drew Holler had three goals and one assist to lead the Blast. Ryan Myers had two goals, and Ashley Andrews, Brandon Forrest and Adam Long scored one each. Jeremy Everitts and Ryan Davis had assists for Clear Spring (12-1).

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