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Saturday's Local Roundup - Hawks soar in own tourney

October 21, 2000

Saturday's Local Roundup - Hawks soar in own tourney



HEIGHT="6" ALT="* "> COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL

Hagerstown Communtiy College defeated defending-champion Jamestown in its fourth match, 15-7, 10-15, 15-9, to clinch the HCC Fall Classic title on Friday.

"It was a round robin format and we played the team that ended up finishing second (Charles) in the first round,'' HCC coach Marlys Palmer said. "We had Jamestown in our last match and they beat us to win the title last year.

"The sophomores on the team really wanted this because it's good to beat teams that have beaten you and it's always nice to win on your home floor.''

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HCC went 4-0 in the tournament, defeating Charles (16-14, 6-15, 15-9), Delaware Tech (15-6, 15-6) and Allegeny (15-8, 15-1) before topping Jamestown.

"We were a little flat in that second game against Jamestown but, all in all, I thought we played a pretty steady tournament, which is what you have to do in round robin,'' Palmer said.

Three Hawks made the all-tournament team - Erica McCann (38 kills and nine blocks), Renee Baker (12 kills, 15 service points, 26 digs) and Jennifer Mentzer (36 service points, 21 digs). Palmer pointed out that HCC got plenty of contributions from just about everyone on the team, including Kelli Martin (99 assists, 20 service points, 26 digs), Casey Nogle (20 kills, six blocks, 14 service points, 31 digs), Lindsay Miller (14 kills, 11 blocks) Rachel Bachtell (40 kills, 19 service points, 44 digs), Tiffany Sipes (15 service points, 14 digs, 13 assists) and Jad Whipp (13 service points).

HCC (31-7) closes out its home season at 6 p.m. Monday against Potomac State.

HEIGHT="6" ALT="* "> PREP FOOTBALL

FSK 28, Walkersville 13

UNION BRIDGE, Md. - Francis Scott Key stayed undefeated with a win over Walkersville. FSK improves to 7-0, 6-0 in the Monocacy Valley Athletic League.

Pat Calloway had 111 yards rushing to lead Walkersville in the loss. Cory Hoffman had two touchdowns and 98 yards for the Lions (2-5), who gained 265 yards on the ground, but lost four fumbles and had a pass picked off in the loss. Scott Beaver added 56 rushing yards.

C.D. East 17, Waynesboro 0

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Awann Sweet returned an interception 27 yards for a touchdown and Central Dauphin East shut out Waynesboro.

CDE10700-17

Wayne0000-0

C-Awaan Sweet 27 interception return (Nate Royer kick)

C-Royer 20 FG

C-Brandon Zettlemoyer 25 pass form Mick Okoro (Royer kick)CDEWayne

First Downs513

Rushes-Yards34-6041-59

Passing yds.6484

Att-Comp-Int5-3-018-8-2

Total Offense124143

Punts-Avg.5-29.24-25.8

Penalties-yards8-503-16

HEIGHT="6" ALT="* "> BOYS SOCCER

Grace 3, Shalom 1

Jason McMillan had two goals to lead Grace (11-4).

Josh Barnhart had a goal and Hans Lehman had two assists for Grace. Mitchell Hardy had 11 saves.

Dave Brubaker had the only goal for Shalom Christian Academy.

HEIGHT="6" ALT="* "> PREP VOLLEYBALL

North 3, Clear Spring 1

Lauren Anderson had 10 kills and eight digs to lead North to a 15-3, 15-3, 10-15, 15-6 win over Clear Spring.

Nicole Morgan had four kills and 24 assists, while Michelle Levin had six kills and nine digs for North (6-4). Casey Breslin had seven kills and five digs.

Amie Eichelberger had 13 assists and 10 points For Clear Spring. Sarah Barr had five kills, Katie Wetzel had five service points and Renee Repp had five three kills and three service points.

S. Fulton 2, Goretti 0

WARFORDSBURG, Pa. - Brittney Mellott had two kills and two blocks and Kelly True had 11 service points to lead Southern Fulton (11-7) over Goretti, 15-9, 15-9. JV: Southern Fulton, 15-3, 15-0.

Shalom 3, Grace 0

Despite four kills and one block by Lauren Durbin and three kills and two blocks from Stephanie Anthony, Grace Academy was dealt their first loss by Shalom Christian, 15-8, 15-9, 15-5.

Heather Kendall had nine assists for the Lady Knights. Susanna Hill left before the game began with an injury.

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