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Local roundup from Sunday

September 13, 1999

* ADULT SOCCER




Hagerstown Krush 6, Chambersburg 1

HALFWAY - Bradley Willock scored four goals to lead Hagerstown to a season-opening victory in its return to the Mason Dixon Soccer League.

Mark Pape and Aaron Adair added goals for the Krush while goalie Pete Tutus had 10 saves.

* WOMEN'S SOCCER




Shepherd 7, Columbus Union 0

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Emily Bowles scored three goals, Jennifer Voorhees scored two and Kelly Cooper and Marlena Miller each added a goal for Shepherd College, which raised its record to 3-1.

* MEN'S SOCCER




Mount St. Mary's 5, Felecian 1

TOWSON, Md. - Simon Hodkin scored three goals to lead Mount St. Mary's over Felecian College at Towson University.

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* COLLEGE TENNIS




Mountaineer freshman wins title

EMMITSBURG, Md. - Mount St. Mary's freshman Steve Wenzel won the B title in the college's tournament on Sunday. Howard won the team title.

* COLLEGE GOLF




Mount St. Mary's third

LORETTA, Pa. - Mount St. Mary's opened its season with a third-place finish in the St. Francis Invitational. Julie Ronsani shot a 96 to lead Mount St. Mary's (449). St. Francis won with a 350.

* BOYS SOCCER




Highland View 1, St. James 1

Jamie Holzapfel scored for St. James (1-0-1) and Javier Paredes scored for Highland View (4-1-1).

* WASH. CO. JR. FOOTBALL




Junior Division

Williamsport Ravens 14, Smithsburg Jaguars 13

Bradley Hewitt and Dee Scott each scored touchdowns and extra points for Williamsport'. Anthony Lee scored two touchdowns for Smithsburg.

Hagerstown Eagles 31, Hagerstown Chiefs 13

Dameatric Scott scored on touchdown runs of 14, 38, 50 and 18 yards for the Eagles. Matt Carey added a 43-yard touchdown. Kevin Breslin scored on runs of 48 and 8 for the Chiefs.

Senior Division

Williamsport Vikings 50, Hagerstown Giants 0

Dustin Bachtell scored on a 75-yard interception return and runs of 8 and 55 yards to lead the Vikings. Ron Bowers, Tanner Brown and Devin Hewitt also had touchdown runs. Hewitt also completed a 40-yard touchdown to Leo Schill. Spencer Peyton added a safety and Bucky Hilliard kicked three two-point conversions.

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