Top-seeded TJ moves on

November 07, 2000

Top-seeded TJ moves on


Class 3A West

Germantown, Md. - Kristen Palm had 14 points, four aces and four kills as Thomas Johnson, seeded No. 1 in Class 3A West, routed Seneca Valley Monday night, 15-5, 15-3, 15-5, in the region quarterfinals.

Emily Hauver had eight kills, six points and three aces and Allison Koski added nine assists and two kills for the Patriots (14-1, No. 4 Herald-Mail). Serena DeMarco had seven points and four assists and Kate Martin had six points and two aces. TJ plays South Carroll at home Wednesday in the region semifinals.

South Carroll 3, North 1: At Sykesville, Md., Nicole Morgan had 22 digs, five assists and four kills as the Hubs were eliminated, 15-5, 15-13, 11-15, 15-7. Michele Levin had 21 digs and nine kills and Jenn Holden added 13 digs for North (11-5, No. 9 Herald-Mail).


Class 1A South

Poolesville 3, Hancock 1: At Poolesville, Md., Lacey McCusker had 15 kills and two blocks for Hancock, but the Panthers were eliminated, 10-15, 15-10, 15-7, 15-13. Alicia Barnard added seven points and 10 kills and Darleane Marshall had 13 assists for Hancock (6-10).

Class 2A West

Blake 3, Middletown 1: At Silver Spring, Md., Amanda Kaufman had 13 kills and 10 assists, but the Knights closed their season with a 15-7, 15-12, 13-15, 15-7 loss. Erica Young had 11 kills and Aubrey Pfau had seven kills four assists and four blocks for the Knights (5-10).

Class 4A West

Walt Whitman 3, Frederick 2: At Bethesda, Md., Frederick coach Brendan Hedges said his girls played well, but just not quite well enough in a 14-16, 15-7, 15-17, 15-9, 15-7 loss in the 4A West quarterfinals.

"Ashley Bush and Sydney King are my blockers and they did well, Shatema Franklin and Chelsea Reidy are my setters and they did well,'' he said. "We just lost the fifth game.''

Bush finished with 18 blocks and King added 16 blocks. Reidy had 15 assists and Franklin had eight for Frederick (6-10).

W.Va. Class AAA pairings

FAIRMONT, W.Va. - Hedgesville will begin its quest for the state title Friday with a quarterfinal matchup with Huntington, the runner-up in Section III. The Eagles (32-4-4, No. 5 Herald-Mail) would likely face defending champion Parkersburg with a victory.

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