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Hagerstown sweeps in own invitational

January 31, 2000

* COLLEGE TRACK

Matt Peters qualified for the NJCAA championships with a shot put-winning effort of 48 feet, 9 1/2 inches as Hagerstown Community College swept both the men's and women's competitions at the HCC Indoor Track and Field Invitational on Sunday.

Tim Mason (8 minutes, 57.3 seconds) and Alex McAbee (8:59.9) finished 1-2 in the 3,000-meter run as HCC beat Essex 111-40 for the men's title.

McAbee also became the first HCC man to win the Larry Sharpe Mile, finishing in 4:34.1.

Corey McClinton won the 600 in 1:32.5 while James Burris took the 55 high hurdles in 8.6.

Vik Gowda finished second to Peters in the shot put with an effort of 45 feet, while Justin Ward, Doug Oates, Chris Pereschuk and McClinton combined for the 4x800 relay title in 8:24.1

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On the women's side, Renata White won the 600 in 1:45.2 and added the high jump title with a leap of 4-4 as HCC turned back Essex, 134-24.

Dawn Shatzer won the shot put with an effort of 33-7 1/2, finished third in the 3,000 and anchored the winning 4x400 relay team. Shatzer combined with Christine James, Serena Wheeler and White for a time of 4:37.9.

Latia Adams won the 55 hurdles in 11.9, Wheeler took the 55 dash crown in 7.3 and Becky Walter won the pole vault with an effort of 9 feet.

* GIRLS BASKETBALL

Middletown 55, Catoctin 30

THURMONT, Md. - Danielle Costello had 10 points, seven rebounds and two steals as Middletown defeated Catoctin in a Monocacy Valley Athletic League contest held Saturday.

Crystal Shafer had 12 points, including two 3-pointers, while Katie Kerstetter added 10 points and two steals for the Knights (11-3, 8-2).

Cyndi Benjamin scored a game-high 17 points for the Cougars.

MIDDLETOWN (55)

Shafer 12, Heil 5, Kerstetter 10, Waeber 8, Whims 3, Warner 7, Costello 10. Totals 22 8-20 55.

CATOCTIN (30)

Benjamin 17, Yokum 2, Valentine 2, Eyler 8, Porter 1. Totals 10 10-22 30.

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Catoctin67611-30

Three-point goals - Middletown 3 (Shafer 2, Heil).

Forest Lake, Fla. 52, HVA 24 HVA 29, Chilsolm Trail, Tx. 20

KEENE, Texas - Highland View Academy finished third out of 16 teams in the SWAU Senior Academy Tournament.

Christy Bennett scored HVA's first eight points in the third-place game against Chilsolm Trail, the host school.

Cassie Iskra scored 12 for HVA in its loss to Forest Lake.

First Game

FOREST LAKE (52)

J. Jones 9, Manoucheri 17, H. Jones 3, Reiner 8, Rojas 9, Lopez 2, Rivera 2, Witt 2. Totals 20 8-13 52.

HVA (24)

Iskra 12, Strahle 2, Bennett 4, Peden 3, Nelson 3. Totals 9 4-9 24.

Halftime - Forest Lake 31, HVA 13. Three-point goals - Forest Lake 4 (J. Jones 3, Rojas), HVA 1 (Peden).

Second Game

HVA (29)

Iskra 2, Strahle 5, Bennett 8, Peden 8, Nelson 4, Nudd 2. Totals 10 7-13 29.

CHILSOLM TRAIL (20)

Rusk 7, Rower 10, Foust 3. Totals 5 9-14 20.

Halftime - HVA 16, Chilsolm Trail 6. Three-point goals - HVA 2 (Peden 2), Chilsolm Trail 1 (Foust).

* BOYS BASKETBALL

Enter Prise, Kan. 46, HVA 45

KEENE, Texas - Cesar Medina and and Stephen Young scored 12 points apiece but Highland View Academy (11-5) lost the eight-place consolation game in the SWAU Senior Academy Tournament to Enter Prise, Kan. on Sunday.

HIGHLAND VIEW ACADEMY (45)

Medina 12, Young 12, Mataya 10, Iverson 6, Prado 5. Totals 18 5-5 45.

ENTER PRISE, KAN. (46)

Hach 12, Wilson 10, Sidwell 18, Haber 4, Healzer 2. Totals 16 8-11 46.

Halftime - HVA, 22-21; Three-point goals - HVA 4 (Medina 2, Young 2), Enter Prise 2 (Sidwell 2).

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