Sunday's local roundup - Dobrzanski, 'D' lead Hancock

September 23, 2000

Sunday's local roundup - Dobrzanski, 'D' lead Hancock


CUMBERLAND, Md. - Chris Dobrzanski rushed for 153 yards and two touchdowns, while Hancock's defense came up with three fumble recoveries, two interceptions and six sacks as the Panthers defeated Bishop Walsh 21-13 on Saturday.

Jake Pittman gave Hancock (1-2) the early lead in the first quarter on a 67-yard punt return, and Josh Wills' two-point conversion run made it 8-0. Dobrzanski's first touchdown, a 1-yard plunge capping a 15-play, 98-yard drive that lasted over eight minutes, made it 14-0.

Bishop Walsh (1-4) cut the lead to seven on Chris Shroyer's 35-yard touchdown catch. Anthony Chambers' 1-yard run early in the fourth quarter closed the gap to one, 14-13.

But Dobrzanski's second 1-yard TD run put Hancock back up by eight, and the defense made the score stand up.

Hancock stuffed Bishop Walsh at the goal line on four straight plays in the first quarter, then in the fourth with the game on the line, Justin Moore's 38-yard punt pinned Bishop Walsh on one-foot line.


On the next play, Curtis Ray recovered a fumble to set up the final touchdown. Ray had two sacks on the day.


B. Walsh0706-13

H-Jake Pittman 67 punt return (Wills run)

H-Chris Dobrzanski 1 run (kick failed)

BW-Shroyer 35 pass from Wagner (Barmoy kick)

BW-Chambers 1 run (run failed)

H-Dobrzanski 1 run (Pittman kick)


First Downs126



Passing Yards4491

Total Yards323123




Records: Hancock 1-2; Bishop Walsh 1-4.

Mercersburg 28, The Hun School 27

PRINCETON, N.J. - David Cline kicked a 25-yard field goal with 1 minute, 22 seconds left in the game to lift Mercersburg Academy to a win in its first game in the Mid-Atlantic Prep League.

The Blue Storm (3-0) trailed 14-13 at halftime, but took the lead in the third quarter on a 37-yard touchdown pass from Kyle Fields to Tugger Zema, their second hookup of the day.

The Hun School took a 27-19 advantage on a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns before Mercersburg rallied. Fields hit Chace Brackley for a 28-yard touchdown, but the two-point conversion that would have tied the score failed.

Fields was 22 of 34 for 248 yards and three touchdowns. He was also intercepted three times.

Zema had six receptions for 102 yards. He also intercepted two passes.


Hun School014013-27

MA - Tugger Zema 3 pass from Kyle Fields (David Cline kick)

H - Medley 3 run (Medley run)

H - 23 pass (kick failed)

MA - Fields 15 run (kick failed)

MA - Zema 37 pass from Fields (run failed)

H - Medley 10 run (kick failed)

H - Medley 3 run (kick good)

MA - Chace Brackley 28 pass from Fields (run failed)

MA - Cline 25 FG


Urbana 0, TJ 0

FREDERICK, Md. - Eric Ferguson had four saves in a penalty kick shootout, but the No. 3 Patriots lost to Urbana in a shootout for the third straight season in the Frederick County Tournament semifinals at Frederick High.

TJ (3-2-1) lost this one after the two teams finished in a tie after the 11-man shootout, but lost in the sudden death portion that followed.

"We dominated things in the second half," TJ coach Brett Haight said. "We've just got to put one in the back of the net."

Also: Frederick 7, Brunswick 0

Williamsport 5, Goretti 0

Carlos Gomez had a hat trick and an assist in the first half to lead the No. 4 Wildcats. Jason Knicley had two goals and Todd Knepper assisted on both second-half goals for Williamsport (6-1). Chris Carrier also had an assist and Ryan Martin made 10 saves for the shutout. Tyler Weneck had 12 saves for Goretti (2-7). JV: Williamsport, 2-0.

Waynesboro 4, West Perry 2

ELLIOTTSBURG, Pa. - Sean Kipe scored the game-winner with five minutes left in the second half as the Indians won their second straight.

John Onikepe scored twice, and Zach Tanner had two assists, including one to Kipe. Brian Sandifer scored the final goal for Waynesboro (4-5), which got a combined nine saves from James Woodring and Chris Gilliland.


North 2, Williamsport 0

Kaycie Parfitt scored on a penalty kick in the second half, Nikki Holmes scored on a direct kick from 50 yards out and goalie Alexis Suiter made seven saves for North (5-1, 2-0) in a Monocacy Valley Athletic League game. The Hubs had 24 shots on goal. Williamsport fell to 2-2-1, 0-2-1.


St. James 3, Good Counsel 0

ST. JAMES - Taylor Twigg, Carina Gervacio and Caytie Smith each had a goal and an assist as St. James blanked Good Counsel.

Erika Garrott also had an assist for the Saints (2-4).


HCC finishes second

GENESEE, N.Y. - Hagerstown Community College, No. 9 in the nation, lost a three-set match to No. 10 and host Genseee, 15-8, 10-15, 12-15 in the championship match of the Genesee Invitational.

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