Local rdp - Smithsburg pair challenging at state golf

October 24, 2000

Local Roundup - Smithsburg pair challenging at state golf


COLLEGE PARK, Md. - Smithsburg's Ashley Grier is one stroke off the lead in the girls division and Seiji Harai is one stroke off the lead in the boys division after one day of play in the Maryland Golf Championships at College Park.

The tournament resumes today at 9.

Grier shot an 81 while Harai fired a 73 on the first day. Williamsport's Steve Miles and Mike Griffee are a bit off the pace in the boys tournament. Miles shot an 81 and is nine strokes back. Griffee had an 86.

No team results were reported.


Goretti 5, Clear Spring 0

Erin Ryan scored four times and Bobbie Johnson had two assists as the No. 3 Gaels clinched the Apple Valley League title over the Blazers.


Marrett Diamond also scored and Lauren Costello needed only one save for the shutout for Goretti (15-2-1, 8-1). Kari Mowen had 20 saves for Clear Spring (3-9-1, 2-2-1).

Williamsport 8, Brunswick 0

WILLIAMSPORT - Jessica Piper scored a hat trick and had an assist to lead No. 6 Williamsport over Brunswick.

Brooke Weimer had two goals and two assists as Sammi Smiles added one goal and one assist for the Wildcats (9-4-1, 5-3-1).

Kaci Resau and Becky Pulieri each had a goal for Williamsport as Skyler Sanders had three assists and Jill Meese had an assist. Williamsport outshot the Railroaders, 21-1.

JV: Williamsport, 1-0.

Catoctin 7, South 2

Cyndi Benjamin had two goals and two assists to lead Catoctin (7-6) to a road win over South.

Marissa Canella had three goals while Jayme Fritz and Catherine Olsen each had one goal for the Cougars. Lisa Folk had two assists and Catherine Olsen had one assist for Catoctin.

Mallory Tsetsilas had two unassisted goals for South.

Catoctin outshot the Rebels, 19-10. South goalie Ashley Mullican had 13 saves while Cougar goalie Michelle Bennett had eight saves.


Walkersville 3, Boonsboro 1

WALKERSVILLE, Md. - Brad Palmer had two goals to lead the Lions (6-7-1) over No. 10 Boonsboro.

Jared Rigler also scored for Walkersville while Darin Stull, Brian Hohnke and Brian Beard each had an assist.

Chris Lantz scored the lone goal for Boonsboro. Walkersville goalie Andrew Lebo had four saves on six shots while Warrior goalie Brian Eury faced 16 shots.

B. Walsh 7, Highland View 2

CUMBERLAND, Md. - Eduardo Bollati had two unassisted goals for Highland View Academy in a loss that dropped it to 9-5-2.

Catoctin 3, Smithsburg 2

THURMONT, Md. - Cory Endlich, Vinny Testa and Brian Hinchliffe each scored as the Cougars (5-7) defeated Smithsburg.

Robbie Copenhaver, Chris Dumas and Kenneth Hinchliffe each had an assist for Catoctin.

Matt Holsinger led the Leopards with a goal and an assist. Gerry Spessard scored Smithsburg's other goal while Seth Newman had an assist.

Catoctin goalie Chris Jurchak had 11 saves on 18 shots while Smithsburg goalie Brandon Rethemyer had 13 saves on 23 shots.


McConn. 2, Waynesboro 0

McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - Kyla Seville had five service points, seven kills and three blocks as No. 6 McConnellsburg (14-1) defeated No. 4 Waynesboro (10-4).

Erica Culler had 10 service points as Jade Anthony had four kills and four blocks for McConnellsburg. Kara Carmack had five blocks as Niki Chesnut had 12 assists and Elaina Peruch had seven service points and three kills for the winners.

JB 2, Fannett-Metal 0

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Sammi Brown had 32 digs to lead No. 10 James Buchanan over Fannett-Metal, 15-5, 15-10.

Emily Stoner had 11 service points and 24 assists as Abbey Stoner had six kills and four blocks for James Buchanan (13-5).

HVA 3, Bishop Walsh 0

Nine players from Highland View Academy had service points in its 15-4, 15-3, 15-8 win over Bishop Walsh.

Leading the way were Christy Bennett (seven kills, five service points, two digs and two aces), Laurelle Byrd (two kills, six assists, six digs and seven service points), Amber Morrison (four kills, nine digs, nine service points and four aces), Lara Musante (nine assists, one dig and five service points) and Lauren Nudd (five kills, two digs, five service points and three aces) for HVA (12-6).


HCC 3, Potomac State 0

Hagerstown Community College closed out its home regular season with a 15-5, 15-3, 15-11 sweep of Potomac State.

Kelli Martin (21 assists and eight service points), Jake Whipp (11 service points), Rachel Bachtell (eight kills and seven digs), Erica McCann (nine kills and five service points) and Renee Baker (six kills and seven service points) led HCC (32-7).

The Hawks close the regular season at Delaware Tech on Friday and the Region seeding meeting will be held this weekend. This year, the region tournament will be Nov. 4-5 at Catonsville, Md.


Catonsville 1, HCC 0

Chris Loftus scored the game winning goal in the second half to lift Catonsville over Hagerstown Community College.

Hagerstown goalie Bobby Wilhide had 11 saves. Catonsville outshot Hagerstown, 22-20.


Frostbite League

JMS Specialty Service 14-10, Osborne-Richard's 12-16: Jeff Pittsnogle and Rocky Bishop had thre hits and Ken Kirby hit a home run for JMS in the Game 1 win. Mike Green, who had two home runs in the first game.

Donnie Blickenstaff had four hits, Jason Draper and Curt Heuer had three hits and Pork Knable hit a grand slam for Osborne in the second game.

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