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Monday's roundup - Former HJC star Musse reaches NCAA nationals

November 17, 1998

Mohamed Musse, who twice earned All-American honors at Hagerstown Junior College, qualified Saturday for the NCAA Division I cross country championship as a member of the Eastern Kentucky team.

Musse, who fled Somalia and became an American citizen in 1996, earned a full scholarship at Eastern Kentucky. He placed eighth in the NCAA Southeast Regional meet in Furman, S.C., clocking 30 minutes, 21 seconds for 10,000 meters.

* YOUTH LEAGUES




Washington Co. Junior Football League

The County edged the City 7-0 on Sunday in the third and fourth grade graduation game. Marcus Scott scored on a 19-yard touchdown run and Vaughn Zimmerman ran in the extra point for the County.

Hagerstown Youth Hockey

Mite Division

Jeter Paving Sharks 2, Pioneer Hook & Ladder Flames 0: Zachary Sandonato scored two goals for the Sharks. Goalie Andy Baker had a shutout.

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Squirt Division

Potomac Rehab Center Mighty Ducks 7, Wheat First Union Stars 2: David Chakola led the Ducks with four goals.

Pee Wee/Bantam Division

Potomac Ridge Flyers 3, Maryland Paper Bruins 2: Owen Lietuvnikas led the Flyers with two goals.

Hagerstown Rotary Club Rangers 5, Waynesboro Blackhawks 1: Brandon Ziska scored two goals for the Rangers. Marcus Alfonso led the Rangers with two goals.

Waynesboro Canadiens 4, H.B. Mellott Estates Red Wings 3: Evan Negley led the Canadiens with three goals. The Red Wings' Jeff Minnichbach scored two goals.

Midget Division

Laurel Highland High School Hockey League

Hagerstown Play-It-Again-Sports/St. Lawrence Cement Penguins 6, Conamaugh Township, Pa. 0: Chris Said scored three goals for the Penguins. Goalie Justin Fischbach had a shutout.

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