Monday's Local Roundup - Chambersburg wins Dover Invitational

September 10, 2000

Monday's Local Roundup - Chambersburg wins Dover Invitational


DOVER, Pa. - No. 1 Chambersburg won the Dover Invitational tournament over the weekend, defeating host Dover 15-6, 14-16, 15-9 in the championship.

The Trojans took five of a possible six games in pool play, taking both games from Waynesboro (16-14, 15-5) and Liberty (15-12, 16-14) and splitting games against Northeastern (16-18, 15-4). Chambersburg defeated Bethlehem Catholic 15-13 in a one-game semifinal match to reach the championship.

Lauren Kegerreis had 35 kills, 22 blocks and 19 service points in the tournament to pace the Trojans attack. Sarah Kriner had 22 kills and nine blocks, Heather Ranck had 18 kills, 26 service points and eight aces, while Lori Wilkinson added 17 kills.

Steph VanBrakle set the Chambersburg offense in motion with 75 assists.

Greencastle falls in tourney

MCCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - Greencastle-Antrim failed to make it out of pool play at the McConnellsburg Tournament held Saturday.


The Blue Devils dropped five of eight games in pool play, splitting games against Somerset (15-12, 4-15), Shade (15-5, 13-15) and Bedford (12-15, 15-13) before being swept by Williamsport 11-15, 14-16.

Kathy Kershner had 61 assists, 17 service points, nine aces and 15 digs, while Tonia Petersheim had 13 service points and 26 digs.


POCOMOKE, Pa. - Middletown suffered a pair of season-opening 1-0 matches in the Pocomoke Classic this weekend.

The Knights (0-2) allowed a goal by Alex Maciver in the 26th minute to lose to Pocomoke in Friday's opener.

Brandon Tolan scored with 15 seconds remaining in the first half on Saturday to lift Stephen Decatur past Middletown.

Middletown goalie Andrew Brown kept the Knights in the game with five saves in the opener and another three on Saturday.

Geo. Day 6, Mercersburg 4

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Garth Semple had two goals as Mercersburg Academy (1-1) took a 3-1 lead into halftime but lost 6-4 in double overtime against Georgetown Day on Saturday. Nathan Harel and Stefan Langerbeins also scored for Mercersburg.


Williamsport 2, Boonsboro 1

WILLIAMSPORT - Williamsport (2-0) defeated Boonsboro (0-3) on penalty kicks on Saturday to earn a spot in the final of the Washington County Public Schools Tournament.

Kaci Resau, Brooke Weimer and Skyler Sanders converted on penalty kicks as the Wildcats won the shootout, 3-2. Allison Fries and Joelle Keyser converted for the Warriors.

Boonsboro scored on own goal for a 1-0 lead, but Becki Pulieri's goal tied the game for Williamsport. Skyler Sanders and Sammie Smiles had assists.

Williamsport will meet Smithsburg in the final.


Lockland 4, HCC 1

Brian Eichelberger scored the Hawks' only goal in a 4-1 loss to Lockland.

Frank Sutak had the assist for HCC (1-2), while Bobby Wilhide made 10 saves in goal.

Navy 5, Mount 0

TOWSON, Md. - Brye Gerhardt and Dan Montgomery each scored twice as Navy defeated Mount St. Mary's in the championship of the 2000 Towson Invitational.


Shepherd finishes second

WESTMINSTER, Md. - Shepherd finished second in the Western Maryland Tournament, defeating Wesley College 2-0 on Saturday before losing 6-1 against host Western Maryland in the final.

Emily Bowels and Chrissy Murphy scored for Shepherd (1-5) in the victory over Wesley, while Amy Ridgely had six saves.

Kelly Cooper scored the Rams' lone goal against the Green Terror. Ridgely added five saves.


Bruno leads Shepherd

EMMITSBURG, Md. - Mount St. Mary's freshman David Bruno led the Mountaineer men at the Mount St. Mary's Tennis Invitational, which ended Sunday.

After dropping his opening match to eventual 'B' singles champion Andrei Cotuna of Liberty, Bruno downed Liberty's Matt Scott and Coppin State's Charles Spencer in the consolations before falling in the consolation title match to Howard's Jon Hall-Bryant. Bruno finished fourth in the 'B' flight.

In women's doubles, senior Jenny Holliday and junior Chris Pizzica advanced to the 'A' flight semifinals with a win over Jen Hamilton and Jana Roberts of Wagner before falling in the semis to Tatiana Okpala and Kimberly Strickland of Howard.

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