Roundup - Trojans knock off Bulldogs, 3-1

October 14, 2000

Roundup - Trojans knock off Bulldogs, 3-1


CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Nathan Wingerd had a goal and an assist and Ryan Richards had two assists to lead No. 2 Chambersburg to a 3-1 victory over Martinsburg in an interstate matchup Saturday.

Scott Little and Kevin Roland also scored for the Trojans (10-6-2), who pulled away from a 1-1 halftime tie. Daniel Ansari got Martinsburg (9-6-2) on the board in the first half.

Goretti 3, Clear Spring 2

Steve Kamas scored twice and Ben Hood had a goal and an assist as Goretti built a 3-0 halftime lead and hung on to surprise the No. 8 Blazers.

Jay Gill added an assist for the Gaels (5-7-2). Justin Michael scored on a penalty kick for Clear Spring (6-5).

Waynesboro 2, Shippensburg 1

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Brian Lisko assisted on one goal, then scored the game winner in the span of five minutes to lead the Indians. Lisko found John Weber with eight minutes left in the first half for the lead, then hit the net himself five minutes later on an assist from Shawn Kipe. Chris Gilliland had eight saves for Waynesboro (6-9-1).


Flint Hill 3, St. James 2

ST. JAMES - Ryan Wingerd scored from Hans Baumann in the second half, but a late penalty kick gave Flint Hill enough breathing room for a win in the MAC. Jamie Holzapfel also scored for St. James (2-9, 1-9), and Ali Smith had 11 saves.

Heritage 2, Calvary 1

Drew Kidd scored on an assist from Jesse Latta and Ian Ellis also scored for Heritage in an MDDC win. Justin Kline had six saves for the Eagles (7-4-1, 4-3).


SJPH 4, St. James 0

ST. JAMES - Noureen Khan had two goals and Sarah McCutcheon added a goal and an assist to lead the No. 6 Vikings. Liz Brokaw had the fourth goal and Kim Henry had an assist for Prospect Hall (11-2-1). Meghan Harman had 20 saves for the Saints (2-8-1).

Williamsport 7, Clear Spring 0

CLEAR SPRING - Skyler Sanders had a hat trick and an assist to lead No. 8 Williamsport Friday night. Sammie Smiles had two goals and an assist and Brooke Weimer added a goal and three assists. Emilee vanNorden had an assist along with Kaci Resau as Holli Bowers had a goal for the Wildcats (7-4-1, 3-3-1).


Calvary 3, Heritage 2

Heidi Stamper had seven kills and six blocks, but the Eagles lost a 2-1 lead in a 15-5, 9-15, 11-15, 15-5, 15-11 loss in the MDDC. Heather Stamper had six points, six assists and two blocks and Jeannette Kidd had five aces and four kills for Heritage (4-7, 3-4).

HVA 3, Takoma Acad. 0

Lauren Nudd had 17 service points and 10 aces and Christy Bennett had 15 service points and nine aces to lead the Tartans (10-5) to a 15-1, 15-6, 15-5 victory.


St. James 1, Madeira 0

ST. JAMES - Carina Gervacio scored the game's only goal in the second half off a penalty corner leading St. James (5-6-2) over Madeira. Molly Twine made 10 saves for the shutout, her second of the season.


Hill School 34, Mercersburg 13

POTTSTOWN, Pa. - Tugger Zema had a 60-yard touchdown reception from Kyle Fields as the No. 3 Blue Storm fell to 5-1. Fields also threw a 21-yard TD reception to Mike Flanagan. Alex Laddbush had four sacks for the Blue Storm defense.

Northern 23, Greencastle 0

DILLSBURG, Pa. - The Polar Bears worked the field position game to their advantage and also picked up three interceptions to defeat the No. 1 Blue Devils Friday night and take the driver's seat in the Mid Penn Colonial.

Mike Jemison ran for 111 yards on 26 carries for Greencastle (6-1), but Northern's Keith Lehman rushed for two TDs and 108 yards on 11 carries.



N-Keith Lehman 40 run (Chris Trump kick)

N-Lehman 8 run (Trump kick)

N-Trump 23 FG

N-A.J. Dorgi 19 interception return (kick failed)


First Downs106


Passing Yards6043


Total Offense62-18551-206





HCC 4, Frederick 0

Brian Eichelberger scored a hat trick as the Hawks (7-5, 5-1) won in the Maryland JuCo Conference. Justin Lehman had a goal and a assist as Jerry Dempster, Frank Sutak, and Trey Cobb each had an assist. Bobby Wilhide had seven saves.

Salisbury 3, York 0

SALISBURY, Md. - Behind goals from Williamsport grads Steve Ritchie and Matt Bowman, the No. 11 Seagulls won their school-record 10th straight game. North High alum John Muto picked up an assist for Salisbury (12-1).


Stonebridge Invitational

Fairmont 299, Millersville 313, Davis & Elkins 317, Shepherd 323, Wheeling Jesuit 330, Shepherd B 351, Bridgewater 354, Newport News 361.

Top 10: Matt Murphy (F) 70, Justin Pugh (S) 72, Josh Halstead (F) 74, Anthony Burnside (F) 74, Jared Meabon (D) 74, Mike Masters (S) 77, Chris Killiany (M) 77, Mike Funk (M) 78, Brad Gordon (M) 78, Ed Ondriati (WJ) 78.


HCC grads shatter records

SHARPSBURG - Former HCC All-Americans Tim Mason and Sharon Webb both broke records at the Shepherd College-Phi Epsilon Kappa "Running Rams Homecoming" 5K race at Antietam National Battlefield.

Mason, running for the Cumberland Valley Athletic Club, broke the men's record by nearly a minute, clocking 15 minutes, 50.7 seconds. Current HCC runners Alex McAbee (15:58.8) and Chris Pereschuk (16.21.7) placed second and third.

Webb broke her own women's record by four seconds, clocking 18:45.5. HCC's Angie Rhoderick was second in 19:49.0, while Shepherd graduate Tara Savile finished third in 22:13.7.

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