Clopper leads Smithsburg past FSK

September 24, 1999


UNION BRIDGE, Md. - Darrell Clopper rushed for 135 yards, including a 4-yard touchdown run, as Smithsburg defeated Francis Scott Key, 14-7.

Howard McKean had a 30-yard touchdown run for Smithsburg (3-1, 2-1).

Northern Garrett 48, Hancock 8

ACCIDENT, Md. - Josh Wills had six rushes for 86 yards and scored on a 58 yard hook-and-lateral play, while David Royer caught a two-point conversion for Hancock (1-3). Hancock scored the first touchdown against Northern Garrett in 15 straight quarters.

Moorefield 55, Berkeley Springs 6

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - Berkeley Springs scored its only points on a 12-yard pass from Mark Rockwell to David Briscoe in a loss to Moorefield.


Linganore 27, Frederick 13

NEW MARKET, Md. - Gerard Brown gained 90 yards on 19 carries, including a touchdown in Frederick's loss.

Steve Jones added 58 yards rushing and Jermaine Williams gained 63 yards. Chipper Donners had 15 tackles to lead Frederick (2-2, 1-3 CMC) defensively.


Mount St. Mary's 2, Sacret Heart 1

FAIRFIELD, Conn. - Mount St. Mary's (2-5, 1-1 NEC) took advantage of a Scared Heart (1-4, 0-1 NEC) mistake in the final minute of regular play to win in a Northeast Conference game.

A misplayed ball in the midfield by Scared Heart allowed St. Mary's Simon Hodkin to break all alone to the keeper. Sacred Heart's James Schmidt took down Hodkin from behind with 35 seconds left.

The referee showed Schmidt a red card and called for a penalty kick. Hodkin put the ball in the right side of the goal to win the game.


HCC wins twice in tourney

BATAVIA, N.Y. - The Hagerstown Community College women's volleyball team defeated Cobleskill, 15-3, 15-5, 15-8, and also swept Sage, 16-14, 15-9, 15-5 at the Genesee Tournament.

Kelli Martin had 27 service points and 58 assists, Rachel Bachtell had 16 kills, seven service points and nine digs, Katie Baker had 15 kills, 17 service points and 11 digs, and Jen Benedict had 14 service points for HCC (13-0).

Hood 3, Lincoln 0

FREDERICK, Md. - Hood College (8-2) defeated Lincoln 15-3, 15-4, 15-7.

Mandy South had 10 kills and three service aces while Stephanie Robertson had two service aces and two kills for Hood.


Shippensburg 9, Shepherd 0

On Thursday:

Singles-Kelly Kulp d. Tasha Jeremiejczyk 6-1, 6-0; Laura Atwater d. Jamie Cutright 6-0, 6-1; Manda Baum d. Krysten Ryder 6-1, 6-0; Julie Gutschall d. Julie Lipscomb 6-1, 6-2; Amy Shaffer d. Katie Benisek 6-1, 6-2; Carrie Burrows d. Melodee Sullivan 6-3, 6-2.

Doubles-Kulp-Shaffer d. Jeremiejczyk-Cutright 8-1; Baum-Gutschall d. Benisek-Lipscomb 8-1; Atwater-Julie Scheerer d. Sullivan-Ryder 8-2.

West Liberty 9, Shepherd 0

Singles-Tara Elkin d. Tasha Jeremiejczyk 6-0, 6-3; Velvet Nelson d. Jamie Cutright 6-1, 6-0; Samantha Carr d. Krysten Ryder 1-0, retired injury; Angie Schrock d. Julie Lipscomb 6-0, 6-2; Heather Gallagher d. Katie Benisek 6-0, 6-1; Kristen Warner d. Melodee Sullivan 6-1, 6-0.

Doubles-Elkin-Gallagher d. Jeremiejczyk-Cutright 8-5; Nelson-Warner d. Benisek-Lipscomb 8-1; Carr-Schrock d. Sullivan-Ryder 8-4.

Records: Shepherd 2-4, Shippensburg 6-3, West Liberty 7-0.


St. James 0, Potomac 1


Alumni baseball game

Boonsboro High School will hold its annual alumni baseball game Saturday, Oct. 2, at 10 a.m. Batting practice will begin at 9:45. Any interested former players or friends of the program are invited to play. Following the homecoming football game, which begins at 1 p.m., there will be a social on the deck at The Yellow House. For more information, contact Fred Kreiger at 301-416-7314.


Pick's Place wins in first round

MONTGOMERY, Ala. - Mick Byers, Bill Bakner, John Hartle, Glen Himes, and Alan Harsh had five hits each to lead Pick's Place/Worth Sports of the Hub City/Pinesburg League to a 28-8 first-round victory over Harrelson's of Indianapolis at the ASA Class B World Series.

Curty Myers homered twice - one a grand slam - and Jeff Reynolds and Kenny Kirby each hit a home run.


Wash. Co. Junior Football

Williamsport Vikings 23, Williamsport Bears 6: Dustin Bachtell had TD runs of 10 and 35 yards, and Leo Schill caught a 10-yard scoring pass from Devin Hewitt to lead the Vikings. Marcus Scott had a 56-yard TD run for the Bears.

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