Local roundup - Goretti girls remain unbeaten

September 06, 2000

Local roundup - Goretti girls remain unbeaten


INWOOD, W.Va. - Bobbie Johnson scored a hat trick, while Erin Ryan and Meggan McGill each scored twice to lead St. Maria Goretti to an 8-1 win over Musselman in an Apple Valley League match on Wednesday.

Colleen McGarity also scored for the Gaels (4-0, 3-0). Ryan, McGill, Marrett Diamond and Shannon Murray had assists.

Kathryn Kennard had the only goal for Musselman, which was outshot, 24-2.

St. John's-PH 4, St. James 0

FREDERICK, Md. - Marla Merkel had two goals and an assist, while Kimberly Henry and Carly Litchfield each scored one goal for St. John's at Prospect Hall in its season opener. Lindsey Weaver had six saves for the Vikings.


St. James 6, St. John's-PH 0

ST. JAMES - Adam Kim scored a hat trick to lead St. James to a win in its season opener. Jamie Holzapfel scored two goals and Jordan Ottley had a goal and an assist. Ali Smith had four saves in the shutout.


Hedgesville 3, James Wood 0

HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. - Ashley Copenhaver had 13 service points and Tracey Regalbuto had seven as the Eagles (1-1) swept James Wood 16-4, 15-8, 17-15.

Mercersburg 3, St. John's-PH 1

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Juanita Beasley had eight kills, Shelane Jorgenson had five kills and four blocks, Ana Petry had four blocks and Allison Cornelius had 14 assists per game to lead Mercersburg to an 11-15, 15-9, 15-6, 15-5 win over St. John's.


HANCOCK - Hancock rallied from a 2-1 deficit to defeat Beall 15-2, 12-15, 14-16, 15-11, 15-7 in the season-opening match for both teams.

Alicia Barnard had 22 points, eight aces and six kills, Heather Fowler had 13 points and four kills, Lacey McCusker had 12 points, four assists and five kills, Bethany Sterner had eight points and eight assists and Darlene Marshall had five points and 14 assists for the Panthers.


Middletown sweeps meet

Boys team scores: Middletown 17, North 55, Williamsport 83, Clear Spring 93, South 128

Individual results: 1. Matt Harrell (M); 2. Mark Samuels (M); 3. Justin Myers (M); 4. Eric Lenhart (NH); 5. John Coconis (M); 6. Greg Moore (M); 7. Ryan Davis (CS); 8. Steve Heagy (NH); 9. Sean O'Keefe (M); 10. Paul Dorsey (M).

Girls team scores: Middletown 17, North 58, Williamsport 72, Clear Spring incomplete, South incomplete

Individual results: 1. Randy Buzzel (M); 2. Emily Buzzel (M); 3. Rocky Morgan (M); 4. Lindsey Zerance (NH); 5. Andrea Pope (M); 6. Laura Pumphrey (M); 7. Catherine Rowland (M); 8. Maria Rowland (M); 9. McKenzie Fox (NH); 10. Stephanie Kurtz (NH).


Williamsport 162

North 172, Boonsboro 178

Steve Miles shot an even-par 36 and the Wildcats set a school record with a 162 to beat North Hagerstown and Boonsboro at Black Rock.

Kevin Barkow led the Hubs (172) with a 39. Josh Mitchell shot a 42 for the Warriors (178).

Williamsport: Steve Miles 36, Jesse Hoffman 41, Mike Griffee 42, Matt Rauth 43, Will Roney 44, Brad Hartle 48.

North Hagerstown: Kevin Barkow 39, Matt Hess 44, Adam Chupp 44, Adam Ward 45.

Boonsboro: Josh Mitchell 42, Jimmy Fortese 44, Colin Tierney 45, Jason Gagliardi 47.

St. James 162, Mercersburg 180

Ryan Moul shot a 35 and Seth Moul fired a 41 to lead St. James over Mercersburg at Black Rock. Mike McCormack shot 42 for the Saints. Chris Gallon shot a 40 for Mercersburg.

Highland View 189, Notre Dame 209

Andr Castelbuono shot a 43 to lead Highland View. Nathaniel Heigl shot 41 for Notre Dame Academy.

Highland View: Andr Castelbuono 43, Justin Young 46, David Ottey 47, Kenny Turpin 51, Grant Benson 57, Curtis Colburn 59.


Middletown 13, Williamsport 0

WILLIAMSPORT - Tyler Lushbaugh ran for 70 yards an a touchdown and completed 5 of 10 passes for 45 yards as Middletown blanked Williamsport.

Shawn Beachley ran for 80 yards and a touchdown for the Knights.


Ritchie leads Shippensburg

SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. - Williamsport graduate Steph Ritchie scored a pair of goals to lead Shippensburg to a 5-0 win over New York Tech.

The Lady Raiders are 3-0.


WHS grads lead Salisbury

SALISBURY, Md. - Salisbury State, ranked 20th in the nation in NCAA Division III, won the championship of the Elmer Lord Memorial Tournament on Sunday with a 6-0 win over Dickinson.

Williamsport High graduate Matt Bowman tallied twice for the Gulls. Senior Rusty Tritsch, also from Williamsport, was named Tournament MVP.


HCC sweeps tri-match

KEYSER, W.Va. - Kellie Martin had 31 assists and 18 service points to lead Hagerstown Community College to a tri-match sweep of Potomac State and Butler.

The Hawks won both matches by identical 15-1, 15-9 scores.

Rachel Bachtell 15 kills and 12 digs for the Hawks (5-3). Erica McCann had 10 kills, while Casey Nogle had seven points and three kills.

Catawba uses Wildcats well

SALISBURY, N.C. - Catawba College opened its South Atlantic Conference volleyball slate with a three-game sweep of visiting Mars Hill on Monday night.

Three ex-Williamsport Wildcats played well for the Indians. Megan Bowman had 15 digs, Lettie Wilkes had three aces and Ann Fulk had 39 assists on the night.


Hood 7, Shepherd 2


Singles - 1. Angie Sadtler (H) d. Jamie Cutright 7-5, 7-5; 2. Rosa Nosowielsta (H) d. Leigh Burch, 6-2, 6-0; 3. Lisa Zaleski (H) d. Krysten Ryder, 6-2, 6-3; 4. Liz Stacks (H) d. Katie Benisek, 6-4, 3-6, 6-4; 5. Gina Long (H) d. Alexis Lopez, 6-4, 6-2; 6. Lisa Meihls (S) d. Niki McElroy, 6-4, 6-3.

Doubles - 1. Cutright-Benisek (S) d. Sadtler-Nosowielsta, 8-3; 2. Zaleski-Stacks (H) d. Burch-Meihls, 8-2; 3. Long-Smith (H) d. Lopez-Ryder, 8-5.

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