Local roundup - Gaels need not advice to stop Good Counsel

September 03, 1999

WHEATON, Md. - Trey Cobb and Joey Widmyer scored goals Thursday to lift St. Maria Goretti to a 2-1 win over Good Counsel.

Steve Kamas assisted Cobb's first-half goal as the Gaels (2-0) took a 1-0 halftime lead. Widmyer's tally in the second half made it 2-0 before Good Counsel scored late in the half.

Highland View 6, MCA 0

Cleidson Jackson had two goals and an assist and Bobby Pedigo had a goal and an assist to lead Highland View over Martinsburg Christian in its season opener.

Eric Martin, Willy Hughes and Will Iverson each scored a goal for the Tartans (1-0). Jordan The and Mike Peterson each added an assist.



Good Counsel 3, Goretti 0

WHEATON, Md. - Goalkeepers Lauren Costello, Janet McCullough, Molly Shinham combined for 28 saves, but the Gaels (2-1) dropped their first game of the season.


Williamsport 175, South 198, Boonsboro 204

Williamsport defeated South Hagerstown and Boonsboro in a tri-match at Beaver Creek. Steve Miles and Bryan Markell shared low medal honors with 43. Mike Griffee shot a 44 and Justin Neikirk shot 45.

Jason Gagliardi shot 47 for Boonsboro.

North 160, Goretti 181, Smithsburg 192

Ryan Allen shot a 37 to lead North Hagerstown to a tri-match win at Black Rock. Jared Acre shot 42 for Smithsburg.


Hampshire 3, Hedgesville 0

ROMNEY, W.Va. - Ashley Copenhaver had six blocks, but the Eagles dropped their season opener on the road, 15-5, 15-8, 15-13.

Heather Maslauskas had 10 service points and Abby Dick added eight points for Hedgesville.

Highland View 3, MCA 0

Lauren Nudd had 13 service points and Laurelle Byrd added 11 to lead Highland View in a 15-7, 15-9, 15-4 sweep of Martinsburg Christian.

Wendy McClain had eight points and Lauren Croson had five for MCA.


Hub City/Pinesburg Softball

Hagerstown Billiards/Adam's Pizza 14, Moose 13: Scott Remsburg, Mike Green, Donnie Blickenstaff, Denny Bryan and Allen Largent each had three hits as Hagerstown Billiards won the Division 3 title. Kevin Weddle and Kevin Kretzer had three hits each for Moose.


Baseball tournament comes to area

The second annual Grover Frye Memorial Baseball Tournament makes its way into Washington County this weekend.

The tournament, under the direction of Brunswick High baseball coach Roger Dawson, opens Saturday morning at four sites - Brunswick and Walkersville high schools in Frederick County; South Hagerstown High School and Funkstown Community Park in Washington County.

John Mehrling of Funkstown jumped at the chance to accomodate the tournament. He was a longtime friend of Frye, who was the district and state baseball chairman for Maryland.

"Grover was a super individual," said Mehrling. "I probably would have helped out in any case, but with his name attached, that helped. He was a good man. It means a lot that we can do this in his memory."

The first game at each site is at 9 a.m., with a second game following at noon and a winners' bracket game at 3 p.m.

Hagerstown Community College and Middletown High will host losers' bracket games Saturday at noon and 3.

Play continues Sunday, with winners' bracket games being played at Brunswick at 10, 1 and 5. Losers' bracket games begin at 10 at Middletown, Urbana and Walkersville high schools and Frederick Community College.

The losers' bracket semifinals and finals and championship round will be played at Brunswick on Moday beginning at 10 a.m.

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