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Saturday roundup - Cadets march to victory

October 21, 2000

Sunday's Local Roundup - Cadets march to victory



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

SCOTLAND, Pa. - Quarterback Sterling McCall threw two touchdowns, including a 90-yarder just before halftime, and rushed for one touchdown leading Scotland to a 41-13 victory over Biglerville on Saturday.

McCall finished 5 of 7 for 187 yards and helped Scotland (5-3) to a 27-7 lead at halftime when he connected on a 90-yard touchdown with Charles Davis as time ran out.

"It was a fade pattern,'' Scotland coach Ken Katusin said.

Scotland's rushing attack, which gained 216 yards, was paced by Raheem Kearney (12 carries for 126 yards and three touchdowns) and Angelo Washington (13-64).

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Scotland's defense held Biglerville (4-3) to 52 total yards.

"They probably had more yards than that but we sacked their quarterback eight times and we negated a lot of yards that way,'' Katusin said. "It's always a goal of ours to hold the other team under 100 yards.''

Biglerville0706-13

Scotland141377-41

S - Ian Dawson 46 pass from Sterling McCall (Lance Hardin kick)

S - Raheem Kearney 30 run (Hardin kick)

S - Kearney 4 run (pass failed)

B - Isaac Frazier 15 run (Dru Boldosson kick)

S - Charles Davis 90 pass from McCall (Hardin kick)

S - McCall 3 run (Hardin kick)

S - Kearney 65 run (Hardin kick)

B - Mark Campo 1 run (pass failed)

BS

First downs410

Rushes-yards33-(-6)42-216

Passing yards58187

Comp-Att-Int4-10-25-7-0

Total offense43-5249-403

Punts-avg.5-35.10-0

Penalties-yards1-57-50

Fumbles-lost1-13-2

Records: Biglerville 4-3; Scotland 5-3.

Turkeyfoot Valley (Pa.) 16, Hancock 6

CONFLUENCE, Pa. - Hancock watched another fourth-quarter lead slip away as it allowed two late touchdowns to fall to 2-5.

Josh Wills had a 4-yard touchdown run in the second quarter to give the Panthers the lead. Chris Dobrzanski finished with 20 carries and 110 yards on the ground.

Hancock0600-6

Turkeyfoot00016-16

H - Josh Wills 4 run (PAT failed)

T - Jason Baumgard 5 run for TD (Neil Bussard run)

T - Baumgard 2 run (Bussard run)

TFH

First Downs107

Rushes-yards 44-110 35-132

Passing Yards3147

Comp-Att-Int2-11-2 3-8-2

Total Offense55-141 43-179

Punt-avg.1-15 2-39

Penalties-yards 2-10 3-20

Fumbles-lost1-02-2

Bullis 46, Mercersburg 22

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Kyle Fields went 20-for-34 with 390 yards passing, but the No. 3 Blue Storm couldn't hold down the Bullis offense. Fields threw three TDs, one to Tugger Zema, who had six catches and 138 yards receiving on the day for Mercersburg (5-2). Ryan Fay had 15 tackles for the Mercersburg defense.

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

Susquehanna Twp. 3, Greencastle 0

HARRISBURG, Pa. - Ryan Hoffman made 14 saves as No. 1 Greencastle-Antrim (13-5-1) lost at Susquehanna Township.

Clear Spring 2, Brunswick 1

CLEAR SPRING - Jeremy Everitts and Justin Michael scored goals and Drew Holler had an assist as No. 8 Clear Spring defeated Brunswick. Goalie Jeremiah Johnson made 10 saves for Clear Spring (8-5). Joe Secoges scored on a penalty kick for Brunswick (0-12-1).

Goretti 4, South 1

Ben Hood scored twice while Tim Miller had a goal and two assists to lead the Gaels (6-8-2). David Savino also scored for Goretti and Steve Kamas and Owen McAteer added assists.

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

Boonsboro 2, North 1

BOONSBORO - Alli Fries scored the game-winning goal and assisted on another leading No. 10 Boonsboro over No. 4 North Hagerstown in a Monocacy Valley Athletic League game.

Katie Kretzer scored Boonsboro's first goal with an assist fron Fries. North tied the game when Nikki Holmon converted on a penalty kick.

Fries scored the game-winner with an assist from Krista Hurley. Cara Peckens made 10 saves for Boonsboro (6-5-1, 4-3-1) and Alexa Suiter made nine saves for North (9-4, 6-3), which missed out on a chance to finish second by itself in the league.

SJPH 5, Towson Catholic 0

FREDERICK, Md. - Kim Henry and Liz Brokaw scored two goals apiece, and Noureen Khan added another as No. 7 St. John's at Prospect Hall blanked Towson Catholic.

Michelle Burdette made three saves for her third shutout of the season for SJPH (12-4-1).

HEIGHT="6" ALT="* "> GIRLS TENNIS

Mercersburg 6, Bullis 1

Singles - 1. Maria Nevarez (M) def. Katheren Basile, 6-0, 6-0; 2. Kasey Kinney (M) def. June Ventura, 6-1, 6-1; 3. Leuli Pino (M) def. Lexy Krulamt, 7-5, 6-0; 4. Anjuli Pandit (M) def. Brittany Taylor-Jones, 6-1, 6-2;

Doubles - 1. Mattie Bahar and Kasei Lesat (B) def. Alison Llewelyn and Colleen Booth, 6-3, 7-6 tie break 10-8; 2. Ripal Shah and Rachna Shah (M) def. Sophie Barbu and Lauren Kasmet, 3-6, 6-2, 6-2; 3. Lindsey Brown and Rie Sasai (M) def. Emma Brown and Romama Cutikone, 7-5, 6-2.

Record: Mercersburg, 6-6.

HEIGHT="6" ALT="* "> PREP FIELD HOCKEY

Bullis 3, Mercersburg 1

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Christin Polak had the only goal for Mercersburg (0-10-2).

HEIGHT="6" ALT="* "> MEN'S SOCCER

Salisbury wins CAL

FREDERICKSBURG, Va. - Steve Ritchie scored on an assist from Matt Bowman, both from Williamsport, to lead Salisbury State to a 3-1 victory over Mary Washington to win the Capital Athletic League.

Salisbury is 14-1 and the league champion with a 6-0 record. Mary Washington is 9-4, including 5-1 in the league.

Southern Md. 3, HCC 1

LA PLATA, Md. - Aaron Rohrer scored with an assist from Justin Lehman but Hagerstown Community College was outshot 18-15 in the loss to the College of Southern Maryland. Bobby Wilhide had nine saves for HCC (8-6, 6-2).

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