Roundup: No. 1 Greencastle strolls

October 07, 2000

Roundup: No. 1 Greencastle strolls


GREENCASTLE. Pa. - Mike Jemison scored four touchdowns and eclipsed the 1,000-yard mark for the season, while Joe Windle threw for a career-high 190 yards as No. 1 Greencastle-Antrim beat West Perry 46-7 Friday in a non-league game.

Jemison carried 26 times for 226 yards and scored on runs of 1, 26, 8 and 60 yards. He has 1,082 yards in six games this season.

Greg Bode scored on a 25-yard pass from Windle and later returned a blocked field goal 80 yards for another touchdown for the Blue Devils (6-0). Justin Nowell capped the scoring with a 39-yard run.


West Perry7000-7

WP - Todd Updegraff 95 kickoff return (kick good)

G - Mike Jemison 1 run (Justin Nowell kick)

G - Jemison 26 run (Nowell Kick)

G - Greg Bode 25 pass from Joe Windle (kick failed)

G - Jemison 8 run (kick failed)


G - Bode 80 blocked field goal return (Nowell kick)

G - Jemison 60 run (kick failed)

G - Nowell 39 run (Nowell kick)


First downs1711


Passing yards19098


Total offense481209




Record: Greencastle 6-0.

Catoctin 21, Smithsburg 3

THURMONT, Md. - Aaron Venables ran for 131 yards and three touchdowns as Catoctin beat Smithsburg in a Monocacy Valley Athletic League game.

Quinn Williams ran for 108 yards for the Cougars (2-3, 2-2).

Patrick Bergstrom kicked a 25-yard field goal in the third quarter for Smithsburg, snapping a 14-quarter scoreless streak for the Leopards (1-4, 0-4).



C - Aaron Venables 3 run (kick failed)

C - Venables 5 run (Venables run)

S - Patrick Bergstrom 25 FG

C - Venables 8 run (Kevin Favorite kick)


First Downs1119


Passing yards09


Total offense45-21255-365



Records: Smithsburg 1-4, 0-4; Catoctin 2-3, 2-2.

Central Dauphin 53, Waynesboro 14

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Ben Leonard and Jason Phoebus scored rushing touchdowns for the Indians, who dropped their fourth straight game.

Central Daupin620270-53


W - Ben Leonard 22 run (run failed)

W - Jason Phoebus 21 run (Josh Downin run)

C DauphinWaynesboro

First downs1214


Passing yards9633


Total offense394200




Record: Waynesboro 2-2.


SJPH 1, Waldorf 0

FREDERICK, Md. - Carlos Rodriguez scored an unassisted goal to lead St. John's at Prospect Hall to its first win of the season.

Chris Tucker had three saves for SJPH (1-5-2).

Broadfording 4, Faith Christian 0

Danny Bieber had two goals and an assist to give Broadfording its first win of the year.

Tim Koontz and Nathaniel Hirsch scored for the Lions (1-3). Matt Barnes and Josh Koontz each had an assist for the winners. Carvey Wright had three saves.

Hedgesville 6, Petersburg 0

HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. - Brian Anger had a hat trick and Patrick Miller scored twice as No. 9 Hedgesville beat Petersburg on Thursday.

Richie Hockensmith had four assists for the Eagles (8-4). Freshman goalkeeper Travis Hines posted his seventh shutout of the year.


Smithsburg 4, Clear Spring 0

CLEAR SPRING - Morgan Church had a hat trick as the No. 9 Smithsburg beat Clear Spring.

Sarah Shinham scored a goal, while Kyley Thompson, Lindsay Layman and Cassie Stanford each had an assist for the Leopards (6-3). Lauren Church posted her fifth shutout of the season. JV: Smithsburg, 3-0.


Grace Academy 3, Calvary Christian Academy 2

CRESAPTOWN, Md. - Heather Kendall had 45 assists and Lauren Durbin had 20 kills as Grace Academy beat Calvary Christian Academy, 15-3, 13-15, 10-15, 15-6, 15-5.

Susanna Hill had 18 kills for the Knights (10-0).


Schultz in 4th place

KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. - Dirk Schultz, of Hagerstown, fired a round-low, 6-under-par 66 Friday to move into a fourth-place tie, one stroke behind the leaders after the second round of the Eastern PGA Club Professional Championship at Osprey Point Golf Course.

Schultz is 7 under heading into today's third round. He shared low-round honors with co-leaders Mike Gilmore and Terry Mauney, Ron Philo Jr. and Tim Dunlavey. Sharing the lead Gilmore and Mauney is Terry Hatch.

The low 35 scorers after Sunday's final round qualify for the 34th PGA Club Professional Championship, June 21-24, 2001, at Sunriver Resort (Ore.).

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