Local Roundup - Wildcats roll

October 26, 2000

Local Roundup - Wildcats roll


Kristine Porac had 20 assists and 16 digs to lead No. 3 Williamsport over South 15-8, 15-4, 15-12 in a Monocacy Valley Athletic League contest Thursday.

Danielle Munson had nine kills and five blocks, while Katie Spoonire and Meggie Miller each had nine kills for the Wildcats (11-1).

Cara Crouse had 18 assists to lead the Rebels (4-9). Allison Wine had six kills and seven blocks. Jill Watson had eight service points, while Carrie Shank had five service points.

TJ 3, North Carroll 0

HAMSTEAD, Md. - Erin Maldo had nine service points, nine kills, five blocks and two aces to lead No. 8 Thomas Johnson over North Carroll.


Allison Koski had 12 service points, two aces and 10 assists for TJ (13-1). Kristen Palm had 12 kills and four service points while Emily Hauver had six service points, five kills and three digs. JV: TJ, 18-16, 4-15, 15-9.

McConnellsburg 2 Southern Fulton 0

McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - No. 6 McConnellsburg defeated Southern Fulton, 15-1, 15-9.

Kyla Seville had four service points, nine kills and two blocks for McConnellsburg (16-1). Jade Anthony had four service points, four kills and six blocks, while Nikki Chesnut had 12 assists for the Spartans.

Southern Fulton fell to 11-8.

JB 2, Scotland 0

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Sammy Brown had 21 digs and seven service points to lead No. 10 James Buchanan over Scotland, 15-3, 15-2.

Tanya Angle had five kills and two blocks, while Emily Stoner added 13 assists for JB (15-5).


FSK 18, Smithsburg 0

SMITHSBURG - Shawn Mullen led Smithsburg with 62 yards rushing in a loss to Francis Scott Key.


Hawks 10th in NJCAA

Hagerstown Community College entered the NJCAA cross country rankings for the first time in 2000, placing 10th in the latest Hill & Dale poll.


Eagles JV tourney

Hedgesville will host a JV volleyball tournament on Saturday starting at 9 a.m. Teams participating include the host Eagles, Greencastle, James Buchanan, Jefferson, Martinsburg and Musselman. Admission for the tournament will be $5.

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