Roundup: Mercersburg rallies to stay unbeaten

October 07, 2000

Roundup: Mercersburg rallies to stay unbeaten


MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Sheanon Summers returned a blocked field goal 70 yards for a touchdown Saturday to start No. 4 Mercersburg Academy's rally from a two-touchdown deficit on the way to a 36-26 win over Sidwell Friends.

Quarterback Kyle Fields went 17-for-31 for 342 yards and four touchdowns for the Blue Storm (5-0). He found Tugger Zema for 29- and 55-yard TD passes and also found Summers from 7 yards out and Mike Flanagan on a 75-yard bomb.

Zema finished with six catches for 113 yards, while Flanagan caught four passes for 109 yards.



SF-Adam Wood 1 run (kick failed)

SF-Amir Jenkins 57 from Dev Talvadkar (Wood from Talvadkar)

M-Sheanon Summers 70 blocked field goal return (Dave Cline kick)

M-Mike Flanagan 75 pass from Kyle Fields (Chase Brackley from Fields)

M-Tugger Zema 29 pass from Fields (Cline kick)


SF-Ro Ma 11 pass from Talvadkar (kick failed)

M-Summers 7 pass from Fields (Cline kick)

SF-Jenkins 40 pass from Talvadkar (pass failed)

M-Zema 55 pass from Fields (Cline kick)

FSK 21, Boonsboro 10

UNION BRIDGE, Md. - Francis Scott Key got a 14-yard interception return from Justin MacDaniel to take the lead with three minutes left in the first half to take sole possession of first place in the MVAL Friday night.

Brendan MacDaniel scored twice and finished with 107 yards rushing for the Eagles (5-0, 4-0), who play at second-place South Hagerstown next week. Eddie Moten had 91 yards rushing and Troy Webb had 81 yards and a touchdown for Boonsboro (2-3, 2-2).



B-Troy Webb 11 run (Chris Winpigler kick)

F-Brendan MacDaniel 14 run (Tom Fletcher kick)

B-Winpigler 41 FG

F-Justin MacDaniel 14 interception return (Fletcher kick)

F-B. McDaniel 1 run (Fletcher kick)


First Downs1216


Passing Yards1799







Mercersburg 2, Goretti 2

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Natan Haral scored off an assist from Garth Semple with four minutes left in overtime as the No. 10 Blue Storm rallied for a tie.

Per Teigelack scored from Josh Grahe early for Mercersburg (3-3-2), but Goretti (3-7-2) tied the game on a goal from David Savino off an assist by Ben Hood.

In overtime, Seth Henry put the Gaels ahead on an assist by Steve Kamas before Haral tied the score. Chris Balaban had nine saves for Mercersburg. Tyler Weneck stopped 12 shots for Goretti.

Chambersbug 1, Waynesboro 1

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Chambersburg's Nate Wingert scored in the first minute of the game to get the lead, but Shawn Kipe put back the rebound from his penalty kick just eight minutes later for Waynesboro.

St. Andrews 3, St. James 1

ST. JAMES - St. Andrews broke a 1-1 halftime tie by scoring two goals in the first three minutes of the second half for a victory over St. James.

Jamie Holzapfel scored for the Saints (2-7) to tie the game.

Ali Smith had 10 saves for the Saints.

University 2, Jefferson 1

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. - Chris Bonocorda scored on a pass from Scott Busey to give Jefferson the early lead, but Univeristy came back with two second-half goals to pull out the victory.

Jefferson's goal was only the seventh allowed in 16 games by University (14-2).

Bonacorda scored in the 10th minute for the Cougars (5-8-1).

Mark Durbin made eight saves for Jefferson, which was outshot, 13-11.

Williamsport 3, Clear Spring 2

CLEAR SPRING - Carlos Gomez scored in the seventh minute of the first overtime period on a 10-yard shot to help No. 6 Williamsport complete a dramatic comeback victory.

The Wildcats trailed 2-0 at halftime and used two goals by Jason Kniceley, the second coming in the 73rd minute, to tie the match.

Clear Spring (5-4) pressed the Wildcats on goals by Justin Michael and Drew Hollar, who also assisted on the first goal. Jeremy Everitts added an assists.

Jeremiah Johnson had 18 saves for Clear Spring.


Goretti 7, Mercersburg 1

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Bobbie Johnson had a hat trick and Meggan McGill added a goal and three assists as the No. 3 Gaels cruised to a road win.

Colleen McGarity added a goal and two assists for Goretti (11-1-1) and Erin Donaghue got its final goal. Shannon Murray and Gianna Bosch added assists. For Mercersburg (1-7), Katie Morgan broke the shutout with an unassisted goal.

Williamsport 4, South 2

Brooke Weimer scored a hat trick in the second half as No. 7 Williamsport overcame a 2-0 halftime deficit to beat South Hagerstown in a Monocacy Valley Athletic League match at School Stadium.

Mallory Tsetsilas and Katie Cantler scored to give the Rebels (3-5, 2-3) the two-goal advantage at the break.

Weimer and Kacy Resau both scored on penalty kicks for the Wildcats (5-4-1, 2-3-1).

Ashley Mullican had 22 saves for South.


Jefferson wins by one stroke

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