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Hubs, 'Cats win (Friday's area roundup)

September 08, 2000

Hubs, 'Cats win (Friday's area roundup)



* BOYS SOCCER


North 4, Clear Spring 0

Williamsport 6, South 0

WILLIAMSPORT - Mike Brooks had two goals while David Chaney made five saves for his second straight shutout as North Hagerstown defeated Clear Spring in the Washington County Tournament.

Jason Knicley, Chris Carrier, Carlos Gomez, Todd Knepper, Pete Swacina and Brent Wallace all scored as Williamsport (2-0) also won, knocking off South Hagerstown.

Tim Salvagno and Mikael Tigrett also scored for the Hubs (2-0), while Luke Mongrain had two assists and Dustin Showalter added an assist. North outshot the Blazers, 14-6.

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Today's schedule (games to be played at Smithsburg): South vs. Clear Spring, 4 p.m.; North vs. Boonsboro, 6 p.m.; Williamsport vs. Smithsburg, 8 p.m..

* GIRLS SOCCER


North 4, Clear Spring 0

Williamsport 7, South 0

Smithsburg 3, Boonsboro 0

CLEAR SPRING - Brooke Weimer had four goals and Sammie Smiles added two goals and two assists as Williamsport tallied six times in the first half against South Hagerstown in the Washington County Tournament.

Stacey Cannon also scored for Williamsport, while Kaci Resau and Jill Mease added one assist and Becky Pulieri had two assists. For South, Ashley Mullican had 13 saves.

Kylie Thompson scored all three goals and Lauren Church registered a shutout as Smithsburg defeated Boonsboro.

North also won its first game, shutting out Clear Spring. Megan Hudak scored two goals and Ellery Hanlin and Lyndsay Smith also scored for the Hubs. Alexis Suter and Emily Clutz combined for the shutout, while Kendall Brown had an assist.

In today's second round, Clear Spring and South play at 4, North plays Smithsburg at 6 and Williamsport plays Boonsboro, which won a three-way coin toss for fourth, at 8 at Williamsport.

* PREP FOOTBALL


Catonsville 33, Catoctin 0

CATONSVILLE, Md. - The Comets shut out the Cougars in the season opener behind two touchdowns from Chris Wilson. Justin Pickett led Catoctin with 43 yards rushing.

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CATON-Chris Wilson 3 run (kick failed)

CATON-Josh Desmond 15 run (Jeff Graves kick)

CATON-Kyle Ford 9 run (Graves kick)

CATON-Shawn Smith 56 interception return (kick failed)

CATON-Wilson 16 run (Graves kick)

CATOCCATON

First Downs513

Rushing Yards120221

Passing Yards2848

Total Yards148269

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Records: Catoctin 0-1, Catonsville 1-0.

Linganore 7, Walkersville 0

NEW MARKET, Md. - Walkersville had its lone scoring opportunity, a 23-yard field goal, blocked in the fourth quarter in a season-opening loss.

Cory Hoffman had completed a 38-yard pass to Mike Bangh, setting up the field goal attempt.

Scott Beaver also had a 40-yard punt return for Walkersville in the first quarter.

Waynesboro 34, JB 6

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Josh Downing rushed for 165 yards and two touchdowns as Waynesboro pulled away from James Buchanan.

Waynesboro (2-0) got on the scoreboard first when Ben Leonard passed 21 yards to Mark VonRembow.

James Buchanan (0-2), which lost its 29th straight, tied the game at 6-6 when Micah Hawbaker connected on a 71-yard touchdown with Andrew Frisbee after the first quarter.

Jason Phoebus gave Waynesboro the lead for good on a 25-yard TD run in the second quarter.

Waynesboro scored two touchdowns in the third quarter, one on a 19-yard pass to Jeremy Eyer for and one when Downin plunged in from the 1. The Indians added two-point conversions on both TDs.

Downin ended the scoring on a 3-yard run in the fourth.

Westmar 39, Williamsport 13

LONACONING, Md. - Kyle Wilson scored on a 10-yard run and Nate Henderson returned a kickoff 85 yards for another score for Williamsport in its loss to Westmar.

Other scores: Liberty 27, Boonsboro 7; Westmar 39, Williamsport 13; Loudoun County 37, Musselman 30 (OT); McDonogh 34, Chambersburg 24.

Football player dies

HARRELLS, N.C. (AP) - A high school football player died Friday night from injuries sustained during a game.

Edgar William Johnson, 17, a junior at Harrells Academy, was pronounced dead at Sampson County Regional Medical Center sometime after 8 p.m., said hospital spokeswoman Ann Butler.

Butler said she was unsure what type of injuries Johnson suffered. However, witnesses said he was hit in the chest during Harrells Academy's game with Wake Christian Academy. He collapsed on the field and could not be revived.

* PREP VOLLEYBALL


Martinsburg 2, Ritchie Co. 1

ELLENBORO, W.Va. - Amanda Lemaster had 11 service points and four aces as Martinsburg (3-0) defeated Ritchie County 15-10, 13-15, 15-11.

Carrie Mong had nine service points and Lindsay Horst added six service points for the Bulldogs.

* PREP GOLF


Martinsburg 149 Mercersburg 179

At Great Cove Golf Club in McConnellsburg, Pa., par 36

Ma - Trevor Hedges 35, Jonathan Wachtel 37, Chris Butcher 38, Justin Hockman 39.

Me - Chris Gallon 41, Mike Streicher 42, Whit Perkins 46, Collin Marsh 50.

* WOMEN'S TENNIS


Charleston 8, Shepherd 1

Singles - 1. Tragresser (C) d. Cutright 7-6, 6-0; 2. Smith (C) d. Burch 6-1, 6-0; 3. Carey (C) d. Ryder 6-0, 6-9; 4. Shaar (C) d. Benisek 6-0, 6-1; 5. Daignault (C) d. Lopez 6-2, 6-0; 6. Meadows (C) d. Meihls 6-0, 6-0.

Doubles - 1. Cutright/Benisek (S) d. Smith/Scheiber 8-0; 2. Yragresser/Carey (C) d. Burch/Meihls 8-1; 3. Shaar/Daignault (C) d. Ryder/Lopez 8-1.

* BRIEF


Holliday heading to Sydney

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Maryland play-by-play radio announcer Johnny Holliday will take his broadcasting skills abroad, joining ABC Radio's coverage of the 2000 Sydney Olympics.

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