Saturday roundup - McAbee finishes second at Shepherd

September 09, 2000

Saturday roundup - McAbee finishes second at Shepherd


SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Alex McAbee finished second individually to help Hagerstown Community College take third in the men's division of the Shepherd College Invitational on Saturday.

McAbee finished the 8,000-meter course in 29 minutes, 2 seconds, 20 seconds behind Fairmont State's Rob Castell, to pace HCC, the only two-year school among nine four-year schools.

Eastern Mennonite won the team title with 64 points, followed by Catholic University (74) and HCC (78). Shepherd finished sixth with 124 points.

Chris Pereschuk finished third overall for the Hawks in 29:09 while Anthony Robinson (15th), Brand Mentzer (25th), Johnavin McKinney (39) and Matt Bracken (45) rounded out HCC's finishers.


Shepherd was led by Chris McCully's 14th place finish in 31:20 followed by Matt Wamsley (23rd), Danny Channell (27th), Richard Keplinger (30th), Billy Reichens (36) and Jasy Lysne (37th).

In the women's race, Jill Krebs of Western Maryland set a course record, covering the 5,000-meter layout in 19:34.3.

Shepherd's Liz Lowrie finished second in 20:53 as the Rams took fourth in the team race with 86 points. Catholic University won with 52 points.

Tiffany Moskel (7th), Rebecca Keeney (21st), Janette Wilson (26th), Jessica Schneider (31st), Lisa Bailey (36th), Marsha Soergel (42nd), Stephanie Brazell (66th) rounded out the scoring for the Rams.

Angie Rhoederick was HCC's only runner, finishing 37th in 24:16.


Scotland 33, Shippensburg 7

SCOTLAND, Pa. - Raheem Kearney rushed for 139 yards in 11 carries and scored two 1-yard touchdowns to pace Scotland to its second win.

Scotland led 14-0 after the first quarter and 14-7 at the half before pulling away with 19 unanswered points in the second half. It outgained Shippensburg (0-2), 416-89, including 225 yards rushing.

Quarterback Sterling McCall threw for 191 yards, including touchdowns of 66 and 41 yards to Charles Davis.



Sc - Charles Davis 66 pass from Sterling McCall (kick failed)

Sc - Raheem Kearney 1 run (Carl Robinson from McCall)

Sh - Nichols 14 run (Jones kick)

Sc - Kearney 1 run (pass failed)

Sc - Davis 41 pass from McCall (McCall kick)

Sc - Angelo Washington 2 run (kick failed)


First Downs614


Passing Yards 31191


Total Yards 45-8947-416




Records: Shippensburg 0-2, Scotland 2-0


Walkersville 6, Brunswick 0

NEW MARKET, Md. - Kelly Martin had two goals and Hannah Matesa had two assists as the Lions blanked Brunswick on the second day of the Frederick County Tournament at Linganore.

Heather Hammond, Monnie Merkel, Erin Carraghan and Nicky Bolding each had a goal for Walkersville. Sarah Ramsberg had an assist. Janelle Hezlep and Anna Lebo combined for the shutout in goal.

Walkersville lost to Thomas Johnson 5-0 in Friday's first round.

St. John's 4, Mercersburg 0

FREDERICK, Md. - Linda Horcasitis scored two goals for St. John's (2-0), while Marta Merkel and Kim Henry each had one.

Henry also had two assists and Stephanie Rakich had one. Goalkeeper Melanie Johnson had six saves for Mercersburg (0-1).


St. James 4, Mercersburg 2

ST. JAMES, - Katie Bibb and Whitney Groseclose each had one goal for Mercersburg (0-1). Camilla Lancaster and Mandy Houck each had one assist. St. James now holds a record of (1-1).


Madeira 6, Mercersburg 1

Singles - 1. Maria Nevarez (Me) d. Carly Davenport 10-2; 2. Ariel Hodgkins (Ma) d. Kasey Kinney 10-7; 3. Christina Stewart (Ma) d. Colleen Booth 10-0; 4. Christina Simpson (Ma) d. Claire Karolyi 10-1

Doubles - 1. Shannon Mott and Melissa Park (Ma) d. Allison Llewelyn and Anjuli Pandit 10-3; 2. Liz Logan and Rickie DeSole (Ma) d. Maria Pino and Sophia Noboa 10-4; 3. Rachel Simon and Anita Patel (Ma) d. Rachna Shah and Ripal Shah 10-2.


MSABC camp

The Maryland State Association of Baseball Coaches will hold a prospect camp Sunday, Sept. 24, at South Hagerstown High School.

The camp begins at 10 a.m. and the cost is $50. It is open to high school players grades 10-12 who are seeking exposure to colleges and Team Maryland and Crown All-Star selection committee members.

For more information or to register for the camp, contact Freger at 301-416-7314, or Greg Eversole at 301-582-4699.

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