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Wednesday roundup - Hubs fall in two lacrosse premieres

March 23, 2000

* Girls Lacrosse




BALTIMORE - An 18-goal deficit wasn't nearly enough to ruin the attitude of North Hagerstown girls lacrosse coach John Chirgott on Wednesday afternoon.

Yes, the Hubs' 21-3 loss to Pikesville was lopsided, but for the first game ever for the program, he figures the tables will even out eventually.

"I wasn't unhappy with it," Chirgott said. "We've got nine freshmen, only five girls that have ever played before. And to play your first game ever in Baltimore ... this can only help down the road."

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April Butcher, Leren Hayes and Stasa Chirgott scored for North, which is the first Washington County school to play a game in the inaugural season for the sport. The debut was more than a little nerve-wracking.

"I think so ... they were a little bit (nervous)," Chirgott said. "They weren't quite sure of themselves. They've only been going for 22 days, and didn't quite know what to expect."

Freshman Carly Handler had eight saves for the Hubs.

* BOYS Lacrosse




Pikesville 13, North 2

BALTIMORE - North's boys suffered the same fate as its girls team in their program debut, but again, it's a matter of steps.

"They went from being club into the second-best lacrosse league in the nation and they held their own," North coach John Thomas said. "We get to work on the little things and we'll be just fine."

North was down 8-0 at halftime before it could shake the opening jitters.

"The first half was real nervous," Thomas said. "They've just got to used to the level of play against. Once we're on to that, we'll be pretty decent."

Luke Mongrain and Ian Staggers both scored for the Hubs, and Chris Michael added an assist. John Prather had nine saves.

* BOYS TENNIS




Jefferson 7, Martinsburg 0

at Shenandoah Junction, W.Va.

Singles: 1. John Egnor (J) d. David Marquette, 9-8 (3); 2. Brian Jones (J) d. Steve Askin, 8-0; 3. Parker Kohlhepp (J) d. Sam Bentley, 8-2; 4. Mike Nau (J) d. Alex Spradling, 8-0.

Doubles: 1. Kohlhepp/Nau (J) d. Marquette/Askin, 8-1; 2. Egnor/Jones (J) d. Bentley/Dylan Barker, 8-0; 3. Neil Bradley/Casey Vogler (J) d. Spradling/Mike Lamp, 8-0.

Records: Jefferson 3-0, Martinsburg 0-1.

* GIRLS TENNIS




Jefferson 7, Martinsburg 0

at Shenandoah Junction, W.Va.

Singles: 1. Holly Egnor (J) d. Tracy Fries, 8-3; 2. Ellen Brosh (J) d. Lauren Askin, 8-4; 3. Ashley Portrey (J) d. Rheannon Elms, 8-1; 4. Erin Lynch (J) d. Erika Mason, 8-3.

Doubles: 1. Brosh/Portrey (J) d. Fries/Askin, 8-2; 2. Egnor/Jesse Welsh (J) d. Elms/Mason, 8-2; 3. Lynch/Jennifer Castle (J) d. Stewart Borger/Amanda Elgin, 8-0.

Records: Jefferson 3-0, Martinsburg 0-1.

* GIRLS TRACK




Thomas Johnson 101.5 Liberty 50.5, North Carroll 33

at Frederick, Md.

100 -1. Spivey (TJ), 13.0; 2. Kolb (TJ); 3. Sowash (NC). 200 -1. Spivey (TJ), 27.4; 2. Wilson (L); 3. Bradley (TJ). 400 - 1. Wilson (L), 1:01.4; 2. Spivey (TJ); 3. Hane (TJ). 800 - 1. Gaeng (TJ), 2:30.9; 2. Hane (TJ). 1,600 - 1. Gaeng (TJ), 5:45; 2. Barker (NC); 3. Kuzner (TJ). 3,200 - 1. Kuzner (TJ), 12:50; 2. Smith (TJ); 3. Luyo (TJ). 400 relay - 1. Liberty, 54.9; 2. Thomas Johnson. 800 relay - 1. Thomas Johnson, 1:57.5; 2. Liberty. 1,600 relay - 1. Thomas Johnson, 4:30.3; 2. Liberty. 3,200 relay - 1. Thomas Johnson, 10:57.4; 2. North Carroll. 100 Hurdles - 1. Korvina (NC), 17.0; 2. Surrette (L); 3. Long (TJ). 300 Hurdles - 1. Korvina (NC), 53.5; 2. Hentgen (TJ); 3. Graham (TJ). Discus - 1. Fisher (NC), 83-6; 2. Hurt (L); 3. Reed (L). Shot Put - 1. Korvina (NC), 32-0; 2. Hurt (L); 3. Reed (L). Pole Vault - 1. Brunner (TJ), 8-0*; 2. Podobnik (L); 3. Dowling (L). High Jump - 1. Thomas (TJ), 4-10; 2. Dick (L); 3. Sowash (NC). Triple Jump - 1. Gaeng (TJ), 31-5 1/2; 2. Brennan (L); 3. Hentgen (TJ). Long Jump - 1. Spivey (TJ),15-5; 2. Brennan (L); 3. Bradley (TJ).

*-School record

* BOYS TRACK




Thomas Johnson 115 Liberty 56, North Carroll 11

at Frederick, Md.

100 - 1. Garner (TJ), 11.2; 2. LeBlanc (TJ). 200 - 1. Kench (L), 24.0; 2. LeBlanc (TJ). 400 - 1. Foley (TJ), 53.5; 2. Aguire (TJ). 800 - 1. Kowalak (TJ), 2:08.7; 2. Gargan (TJ); 3. Bryant (TJ). 1,600 - 1. Kowalak (TJ), 4:47; 2. Lynch (NC); 3. Gardner (L). 3,200 - 1. Spencer (TJ), 10:51; 2. Sprague (TJ); 3. Kapur (TJ). 400 relay - 1. Liberty, 48.07. 800 relay - 1. Thomas Johnson, 1:43.06. 1,600 relay - 1. Thomas Johnson, 3:46; 2. Liberty. 3,200 relay - 1. Thomas Johnson, 8:56.4; 2. Liberty. 100 Hurdles - 1. Fitzgerald (TJ), 15.2; 2. Patterson (TJ). 300 Hurdles - 1. Patterson (TJ), 43.6; 2. Fitzgerald (TJ). Long Jump - 1. R. Ford (L), 20-4 1/2; 2. J. Ford (TJ); 3. Bowers (L). Triple Jump - 1. R. Ford (L), 41-5 1/2; 2. J. Ford (TJ0; 3. Dahlke (L). Discus - 1. Eagle (L) 129-0; 2. Hart (L); 3. Tatro (TJ). Shot Put - 1. Pugliese (L), 47-5 1/4; 2. Exum (TJ); 3. Boyles (TJ). Pole Vault - 1. Benoit (TJ), 10-6; 2. LeBlanc; 3. Cook (L). High Jump - 1. Melina (TJ), 5-6; 2. Spurrier (TJ); 3 (tie). Dahlke (L) and Palmer (TJ).

* COLLEGE SOFTBALL




Shepherd-Ship pushed back

The Wednesdsay doubleheader between the Rams and the Red Raiders has been moved to 2 p.m. today at Shippensburg.

* COLLEGE BASEBALL




Wingate 5, Shepherd 4

WINGATE, N.C. - Wingate University scored a run on an error in the 10th inning as the nation's 21st-ranked team held off the Rams.

Chad Hartman had three hits and two RBI and Todd Asplen had two hits and two RBI to lead Shepherd.

Vic Barberousse scored the winning run on a Brockingham single.

Shepherd001 000 120 0-492

Wingate001 003 000 1-593

Ritenour, Ziccardy (6), Walter (8) and Tozer. Stover, Mills (3), Church (5), Kraemer (8), Mitcham (10) and Spencer. WP - Mitcham (5-1). LP - Walter.

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