Monday's roundup - Rebels go to the limit against Oakland Mills

November 10, 1998

COLUMBIA, Md. - South Hagerstown was pushed to the limit on Monday to defeat Oakland Mills 15-3, 13-15, 15-12, 6-15, 15-10 in the Class 1A South volleyball playoffs.

Six Washington County schools advanced to the semifinal round of the playoffs in the blind-draw bracket tournament, which began Monday.

Kari Belin had 38 kills and Allison Wine added nine. Ashley Herr had eight kills to go with 12 service points. Janice Harp had 32 assists and 10 points. Toby Long added 19 assists and 10 points.

Several Rebels did well from the service line. Belin was 16 of 18, Carrie Keller was 18 of 19, Long was 17 of 19 and Harp and Herr were both 19 of 21.

South Hagerstown will host Williamsport on Wednesday.

Class 1A West

Hammond 3, Catoctin 0

COLUMBIA, Md. - Sarah Yokum managed five service points and five saves as Catcotin fell 15-3, 15-10, 15-10 to Hammond.


Larin Canella had three kills and Karen Lewis had four assists for the Cougars (2-14).

Mandy Rider added two kills, DeAyne Landry had three saves and Kristi Lenhard had three assists.

Class 3A West

T. Johnson 3, Damascus 1

DAMASCUS, Md. - Michell Dorsch scored 18 service points, including seven aces, to go with seven kills four blocks and 13 assists to lead Thomas Johnson past Damascus in four games.

Kellyann Rose had nine kills and two blocks for the Patriots (13-3), while Jen Wilburn added five aces and 18 service points. Nicole Maldo had seven kills.

TJ plays South Carroll on Wednesday.

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