Monday's roundup - Knights turn out lights on Wildcats

October 27, 1998


MIDDLETOWN, Md. - Middletown goalkeeper Jason Cherish made 10 saves to help the Knights seal a 4-1 victory over Williamsport on Monday.

Goalkeeper Josh Miller collected 10 saves, while Carlos Gomez scored the only goal for Williamsport (9-4).

Middletown (13-1) outshot Williamsport, 16-11.

Smithsburg 6, Catoctin 0

THURMONT, Md. - Brian Eichelberger scored two goals, while Ryan Daughtridge added one goal and two assists to help Smithsburg blank Catoctin.

Chris Peiffer added one goal and one assist for the Leopards (9-3-2). Kelly Landis and David Trader had one goal each, while Troy Huntzberry had one assist.


Smithsburg outshot Catoctin, 25-5.

McConnellsburg 3, James Buchanan 0

MCCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - Josiah DeShong, Zac Dunkle and Tommy Glenn scored one goal apiece to help McConnellsburg blank James Buchanan.

Nathan Horton, Todd Early and Jeremy Reed had one assist apiece for McConnellsburg (17-1-1).

McConnellsburg goalie Eric Krelin had four saves.

Chambersburg 1, Red Land 0

CARLISLE, Pa. - Goalkeeper Pat Munson collected 16 saves as he recorded a shutout to help Chambersburg squeeze by Red Land in a preliminary playoff game for the Mid-Penn playoffs.

Nate Richards scored the only goal for Chambersburg (16-4) at the 13-minute mark of the game.


St. John's-PH 3, Goretti 2

FREDERICK, Md. - Hannah Chambers and Julie Sanicola contributed 17 assists each in St. Maria Goretti's 3-15, 15-9, 16-14, 6-15, 15-9 loss to St. John's at Prospect Hall.

Mandy Hoffman had 16 kills and six aces, while Jennifer Piccolomini added 13 kills and seven aces for St. Maria Goretti (10-9).

Hancock 3, Paw Paw 1

HANCOCK - Christi Barnard, Amanda Bingaman and Erica Winn finished with 100 percent serving to help Hancock defeat Paw Paw 10-15, 15-5, 15-1, 15-9.

Barnard also had 12 assists, 10 service points, six service aces and four kills. Rebecca Thomas scored 18 service points, five service aces and four kills. Heidi Moats added 10 service points, while Summer Beal had eight assists for Hancock (9-4). Bingaman added seven kills, while Winn had four kills.

North Hagerstown 3, Walkersville 0

Erica Dattilio had 18 assists, nine service points and three kills to help North Hagerstown sweep Walkersville 15-6, 15-2, 15-2.

Nicole Morgan had 11 service points, while Ashley Olszeski and Amanda Nelson added four kills each for the Hubs (10-2).


Catoctin 8, South Hagerstown 2

Mary Coulby scored four goals to lead Catoctin over South Hagerstown.

Sarah Wivell added two goals, while Cyndi Benjamin and Kelly Hinchcliffe had one goal each for Catoctin (6-8, 3-6).

Ashley Mullican collected 14 saves, while Mandi Winters made nine saves at the goalkeeper position for South Hagerstown (4-10, 3-7). Mallory Tsetsilas scored both South goals, while Leslie Spielman had one assist for South Hagerstown.


HCC stays in national rankings

The Hagerstown Community College men's cross country team remained in the national spotlight as the Hawks were voted seventh in the national poll.

Dodge City, Kan. is the top-ranked team in the NJCAA Men's Division I Cross Country Rankings followed by South Plains, Texas; Butler, Kan.; Ricks, Idaho; Southern Idaho; Central Arizona; HCC; Utah Valley; Dine, N.M. and Johnson County, Kan.


Local seniors fare well

Led by Ed Branthaver, who went 10-for-12, three Washington County Senior Softball League teams competed recently in the Maryland Senior Olympic Games in Glen Burnie, Md.

Branthaver's team - FOP, which has players ages 60-64 - compiled a 2-2 record, including a 19-1 victory.

In addition to Branthaver's .833 batting average, Harold Pereschuk hit a grand slam and a triple in the first game.

The Colton Villa team, for ages 55-59, lost four games. Among the offensive highlights were Paul Welch's three-run home run and the .500 batting averages of Rich McNally and Jim Hoffman.

The Boonsboro Juveniles, for ages 50-54, went 2-3 in the tournament.


Mount golfers sit in seventh place

GLEN ROCK, Pa. - Host Towson opened up a 15-shot lead in the first day of the two-day Towson University men's golf Invitational Monday at Bon Air Country Club. Mount St. Mary's placed seventh of the nine competing teams through the first days competition.

Tigers freshman Josh Upton shot a five-over-par 76 to take the lead. The Mountaineers were led by Nick Montemarano, whose 79 puts him in a seventh-place tie.

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