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Roundup: Goretti girls win 2

October 27, 2000

Roundup: Goretti girls win 2



* GIRLS SOCCER


ST. MARY'S CITY, Md. - St. Maria Goretti, defending champion in the Maryland State Private Schools Tournament, took two steps toward defending its title Friday at St. Mary's College by winning its first two games.

The Gaels (No. 3 Herald-Mail, 18-2-1) didn't allow a goal on its way to a 4-0 win over Riverdale Baptist and a 3-0 win against Mt. Carmel. Against Riverdale, Erin Ryan scored twice and had an assist to back Janet McCullough's five-save shutout. Marrett Diamond and Valerie Cushwa also scored for Goretti.

In its second game against Mt. Carmel, Goretti got two more goals and another assist from Ryan. Bobbie Johnson assisted on Ryan's second goal and Diamond had a second-half goal for the Gaels.

SJPH 2, St. John's (D.C.) 0

FREDERICK, Md. - Liz Brokaw had two goals, Kim Henry and Noureen Khan each had an assist, and Michelle Burdette made eight saves for St. John's at Prospect Hall (14-5-1).

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* BOYS SOCCER


Goretti goes 1-2

ST. MARY'S CITY, Md. - Goretti got a win in its third game of the day to avoid going winless at the Maryland State Private Schools Tournament. Mt. Carmel beat the Gaels 1-0 in the day's opening match, and they also fell to St. Mary Ryken 2-1 in the afternoon despite a goal from Ben Hood.

Goretti (9-9-2) beat Riverdale Baptist 3-1 in its Friday finale. Steve Kamas scored twice and Tom Wills added a PK goal. Tim Miller and Owen McAteer had the assists.

* PREP VOLLEYBALL


Williamsport 3, Catoctin 0

WILLIAMSPORT - Williamsport clinched a tie for the MVAL title with a 15-3, 15-4, 15-4 victory. Kristine Porac had 22 assists and 10 service points, Katie Spoonire had 11 kills and Stephanie Garlitz had 10 service points for the Wildcats (12-1, 7-0). Sara Helmick had five kills and Sarah Yocum had eight assists for Catoctin (3-10, 1-7).

McConn. 2, Tussey Mt. 0

SAXTON, Pa. - Kyla Seville had nine points, six kills and four blocks at the No. 4 Spartans cruised to a 15-6, 15-3 victory and a share of the Sideling Hill League title. Elaina Paruch and Jade Anthony had four kills and eight points each as Niki Chestnut and Heidi Swope combined for 17 assists for McConnellsburg (17-1, 11-1).

North 3, Suitland 0

North (9-4) blanked Suitland, 15-5, 15-11, 15-6. Harmony Wilson had seven kills and five aces, Kristina Nash had three kills and two aces while Nicole Morgan had four kills, two aces and 21 assists for the winners.

* PREP FOOTBALL


Catoctin 28, Walkersville 14

THURMONT, Md. - The Cougars forced a turnover on the opening kickoff and scored, paving the way to a victory in the MVAL.

Aaron Venables rushed 13 times for 145 yards and two touchdowns as the Cougars (3-4, 3-5) defeated Middletown and Walkersville in the same season. Brad Nesbit rushed nine times for 88 yards and a TD as Catoctin's defense forced four turnovers and limited the run-happy Lions (2-5, 2-6) to just 101 yards on the ground. Cory Hoffman scored both TDs for Walkersville.

Walkersville0068-14

Catoctin77140-28

C-Quinn Williams 2 run (Kevin Favorite kick)

C-Brad Nesbit 9 run (Favorite kick)

C-Aaron Venables 4 run (Favorite kick)

W-Cory Hoffman 1 run (kick failed)

C-Venables 76 run (Favorite kick)

W-Hoffman 2 run (Hoffman run)

CatWalk

First Downs1210

Rushes-Yds31-321101

Passing Yards156

Comp-Att-Int1-1-03-10-3

Penalties-Yards12-901-15

Fumbles-Lost0-01-1

Greencastle 48, JB 0

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - No. 2 Greencastle got 220 yards rushing and three long touchdowns from Mike Jemison to beat the Rockets and bust a two-game losing streak. Quarterback Joe Windle finished 9-for-10 for 157 yards and two touchdowns for the Blue Devils (7-2). Greencastle finsihed with 36 carries and 320 yards on the ground.

J. Buchanan0000-0

Greencastle1420140-48

GA-Sean Coleman 37 run (Justin Nowell kick)

GA-Greg Bode 67 pass from Joe Windle (Nowell kick)

GA-Skylar Group 17 pass from Windle (Nowell kick)

GA-Mike Jemison 74 run (Nowell kick)

GA-Jemison 25 run (kick blocked)

GA-Jemison 56 run (Nowell kick)

GA-Gavin Strait 6 run (Nowell kick)

Hancock 47, Hundred 14

HANCOCK - Chris Dobrzanski had 34 carries for 212 yards and three touchdowns putting him at 1,033 yards for the season to lead the Panthers. Curtis Ray had 21 carries for 148 yards and a touchdown for Hancock (3-5) in a battle between the two smallest football-playing schools in Maryland and West Virginia.

Hancock820712-47

Hundred0608-14

Ha-Chris Dobrzanski 1 run (Dobrzanski run)

Ha-Dobrzanski 2 run (kick failed)

Hu-Mike Parris 25 pass from John Bucher (run failed)

Ha-Josh Wills 2 run (run failed)

Ha-Cody Sipes 2 run (Wills run)

Ha-Wills 21 run (Jacob Pittman kick)

Hu-Shawn Minor 54 run (Mike Saurer pass from Bucher)

Ha-Dobrzanski 2 run (kick failed)

Ha-Curtis Ray 22 run (kick failed)

HancockHundred

First Downs219

Rushes-Yards68-36737-148

Passing Yards4247

Comp-Att-Int.2-3-03-13-3

Total offense70-40950-195

Punts. Ave.0-03-29.5

Penalty-yards5-555-45

Fumbles2-12-1

Records: Hancock 3-5, Hundred 3-7.

Gettysburg 42, Waynesboro 6

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