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Roundup - Wildcats clinch tie for MVAL title

October 19, 2000

Roundup - Wildcats clinch tie for MVAL title



* BOYS SOCCER


WILLIAMSPORT - Ben Jordan scored the game-winning goal in the second half as No. 3 Williamsport rallied to beat No. 9 Boonsboro 2-1 and clinch at least a tie for the Monocacy Valley Athletic League title on Wednesday.

Rob Pongratz scored in the first half to give the Warriors (6-4, 4-2) a 1-0 lead at intermission. Chris Carrier scored off an assist from Ryan Beard to tie the match. Beard also assisted on Jordan's game winner.

Williamsport (12-2, 8-0) can win the league championship outright by beating visiting Francis Scott Key tonight.

On Monday, Jason Knicley and Carlos Gomez scored as the Wildcats beat South Hagerstown 2-0 at School Stadium. Scott Barish had 15 saves for the Rebels.

Thomas Johnson 1, Urbana 0

FREDERICK, Md. - Joey Higbee scored off an assist from Bryan Cain with four minutes remaining in the second overtime to lead No. 6 Thomas Johnson to a Central Maryland Conference win over Urbana.

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Eric Ferguson recorded his fourth shutout of the season for the Patriots (6-3-2, 3-1-1).

South 3, Catoctin 1

THURMONT, Md. - Danny West, Sharew Hailu and Thomas Mittendorfer all scored and Scott Barish had 11 saves to lead the Rebels to a win in the MVAL. Robbie Hammond had two assists and Hailu had one for South (3-8, 2-6). Corey Endlich scored for the Cougars (4-7, 2-4).

* GIRLS SOCCER


Goretti 3, Mercersburg 0

Erin Ryan had a goal and an assist to lead the No. 3 Gaels. Bobbie Johnson and Marrett Diamond had a goal each and Meggan McGill and Melanie Cosentino had assists for Goretti (14-2-1). Stephanie Harris had 13 saves for the Blue Storm (1-9).

South 5, St. James 1

ST. JAMES - Mallory Tsetsilas scored four goals to lead the Rebels past St. James.

Leslie Spielman has a goal and an assist for South Hagerstown (4-8). Kelsey McGee and Lauren Cecil each had an assist. Ashley Mullican had seven saves.

Jessica Greenberg had the only goal for the Saints (2-9-1). Meghan Harman and Kristen DiGiraolamo combined for seven saves.

Williamsport 8, FSK 0

UNION BRIDGE, Md. - Brooke Weimer had three goals and two assists to lead No. 8 Williamsport over Francis Scott Key in the MVAL.

Jennifer Brown had two goals, Jessica Piper and Kaci Resau each scored a goal, Sammie Smiles had a goal and an assist, Skyler Sanders had three assists and Jill Mease had one assist for the Wildcats (8-4-1, 4-3-1).

* PREP VOLLEYBALL


Thomas Johnson 3, Urbana 0

FREDERICK, Md. - Kristen Palm had 16 service points, eight kills and five digs to lead No. 9 Thomas Johnson to a 15-9, 17-15, 15-8 win over Urbana.

Erin Maldo had eight kills, four blocks and five digs, Allison Koski had 12 assists, Serena Demarco had nine points and four assists and Alison Conway had nine points for the Patriots (11-1). JV: Urbana, 15-9, 15-8.

South Carroll 3, Frederick 0

FREDERICK, Md. - Sydney King had two kills and five blocks and Ashley Bush had three kills and three blocks as the Cadets (5-8, 5-8 CMC) fell. 15-9, 15-9, 15-7. JV: S. Carroll, 2-0.

* JV FOOTBALL


S. Hagerstown 30, N. Hagerstown 20

Eric Hammond scored two touchdowns, while Adam Wray and Anthony Blakeney each scored one for the Rebels (7-0). Josh Durboraw and Nathan Mose combined for 20 tackles for South.

Williamsport 18, Catoctin 7

Delvon Brown had two rushing touchdowns and Josh Foley caught a TD from Pat McNew to lead the Wildcats (2-4).

* FRESHMAN FOOTBALL


Middletown 19, FSK 14

MIDDLETOWN, Md. - Quarterback Tyler Lushbaugh threw for 71 yards, including a last minute touchdown pass to John Keimij, to lead Middletown. Shawn Beachley also scored a touchdown for the Knights (6-1).

S. Hagerstown 30, N. Hagerstown 14

David Minor threw for over 100 yards and a touchdown and ran for another score to lead South Hagerstown. Rigo Valentin and Anton Jones also rushed for touchdowns. Todd Glines had the TD reception for the Rebels (3-3-1).

Smithsburg 34, Boonsboro 12

Zach Kiefer and Trav Bloom each scored two touchdowns and Shawn Mullen had one for Smithsburg (4-2).

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