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Saturday's Local Roundup - Waynesboro wins in double overtime

September 01, 2000

Saturday's Local Roundup - Waynesboro wins in double overtime



* PREP FOOTBALL


SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. - Waynesboro and Shippensburg played to a scoreless tie in regulation, and the Indians needed two overtimes Friday to walk away with a 14-12 nailbiter over Shippensburg in the season opener for both teams.

Shippensburg (0-1) scored on the first play of the first overtime, but missed the extra point. Waynesboro answered on their possession when Ben Leonard ran a bootleg into the end zone, but the Indians (1-0) also missed an extra point, sending the game into another overtime.

Waynesboro took possession first, and Leonard scored again on a sneak up the middle. Fullback Tuck Hess ran in the conversion for a 14-6 lead.

Shippensburg rallied back and scored, the Indians held off the conversion attempt to seal the victory.

Riverside forfeits win

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - Riverside's football team has forfeited last week's victory over Herbert Hoover for using an ineligible player.

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Riverside Principal Richard Clendenin said the situation was brought to his school's attention earlier this week.

"We're sorry it happened," he said. "It's unfortunate, but we caught it and corrected it and we'll go on. We'll live. It shouldn't hurt us from making the playoffs."

Clendenin said rules prevented him from naming the player. He said the coaching staff was "very concerned and a bit hurt" over the news.

* PREP VOLLEYBALL


J. Buchanan 2, So. Fulton 1

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - James Buchanan defeated Southern Fulton in three games, 15-9, 11-15, 15-5.

Emille Seville had eight kills, Abby Stoner had five blocks and Emily Stoner added 14 service points for James Buchanan (1-0).

Erin Bain had 10 service points for Southern Fulton, which won the JV game, 2-0.

Grace 3, New Life 1

Susanna Hill had 10 kills and six aces to lead Grace Academy to a 15-13, 18-16, 13-15, 15-11 victory. Heather Kendall had 13 assists and five aces, while Lauren Durbin added five kills.

Heritage 3, Fred. Christian 0

FREDERICK, Md. - Heritage swept Frederick Christian Academy, 15-8, 15-8, 15-12.

Heidi Stamper had 12 service points and five aces, while sister Heather Stamper had seven kills, six service points, five aces and five assists for Heritage. Karen Daley had six service points and five kills, while Chrissy Ennis added five assists.

McConn'burg 2, F.-Metal 0

MCCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - Heather DeShong had nine service points for McConnellsburg, while Erica Culler had nine service points and three blocks. Kyla Seville had six kills and four blocks. Jade Anthony had five kills and six blocks. Heidi Swope had nine assists and Niki Chestnut had eight.

* BOYS SOCCER


Jefferson 5, Park. South 2

Eric Brown had four goals for Jefferson, while Matt Sechler had one in the opening game of the Buckhannon Invitational. Mark Durbin had 13 saves.

Heritage 5, Fred. Christian 1

FREDERICK, Md. - Jesse Latta and Ryan Marquiss each had two goals for Heritage (2-0). Justin Cutchall scored and Jeremy Grove had an assist. Ryan Andrews scored on a penalty kick for Frederick.

L. Dauphin 6, Waynesboro 0

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Waynesboro (0-1) lost to Lower Dauphin (1-0) in its season opener.

* TRACK AND FIELD


Gary Brown Memorial

Results Friday of the 19th annual Gary Brown Memorial C&O Canal Five Mile Run:

Men - 1. Chris Fox, 25:45; 2. Alexander McAbee; 3. Matt McDonald; 4. Chris Pereschuk; 5. John Ausherman; 6. Tim Marshall; 7. Jack Harbaugh; 8. Brad Mentzer; 9. Erik Lenhart; 10. Taylor Oliver; 11. Jared Greenleaf; 12. Joel McKenzie; 13. Mike Parsons; 14. Jim Becker; 15. Doc Gallagher; 16. Tim Bringardner; 17. Ray Kitchen; 18. Tim Clark; 19. Mike Hayduk; 20. Bill Osuch.

Women - 1. Kristy Johnson, 27:24 (meet record); 2. Maria Spinnler; 3. Susan Gray; 4. Deborah Marx; 5. Rachel Carden; 6. Lindsay Ausherman; 7. Lindsay Zerance; 8. Vicky Kossman; 9. Terry Marie Sebold; 10. Lindsay Hovermale; 11. Lynn Williams; 12. Megan McDonald; 13. Shely Lee; 14. Rachael Kime; 15. Renee Houser; 17. Jess Cartee.

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