Youth soccer roundup 5/24

May 28, 2002



Widmyer Driving School 6, Kennedy Fire Protection 4: Jonathon Widmyer scored four goals with Sean Marriner adding two for Widmyer Driving School. For Kennedy Fire Protection, Scott Dumpe scored two goals with Peter Frey and Andrew Martin each scoring one.

Team Three 5, Allegany Dental 2: Jonathon McConnell scored two goals with Addie Harding, Paul Winslow and Matt Adams each adding one for Team 3. Scoring for Allegheny Dental were Mark Connelly and Charlie Spoonire each with one goal.


Allegany Dental 3, Bragunier Masonry 2: Ashley Binau scored two goals and Brittni Shank scored another for Allegany Dental. Marissa Luipersbeck, Brittni Shank, and Amanda Hutzell each had an assist. Brittany Mariotti and Cassandra Burton each scored an unassisted goal for Bragunier Masonry.

Soccer Roccers 1, Mid-Atlantic Women's Health Center 0: Jaime Patrick had a great defensive game and Ben Truax had many excellent saves at goal for Mid Atlantic.


Blue Bombers 3 Mad Monkeys 0: Will Brandenberg scored two unassisted goals for Blue Bombers and Patrick Long added another. Ethan Sheppard, Daniel Sterling and Mike Weaver played well in the goalkeeping position.

Soccer Roccers 4, R.W. Warner 2: Jovann Carter and Jesse Barnes each had two goals for Soccer Roccers with an assist by Scott Bailey.

Fil-Tec, Inc. 7, Dr. Mark Teunis 2: Richard Nicholson scored two goals for Dr. Mark Teunis. Chris Smith and Otto Schoeck each scored two goals for Fil-Tec, and scoring additional goals were Lauren Sandberg, Grady Shingler, and Ben Crampton.

Blue Bombers 2, Hornets 1: Within the opening 60 seconds of play, Will Brandenburg scored for the Blue Bombers on an unassisted goal. Late in the second half of play, Brandenburg scored again in the match with a break away resulting in another unassisted goal.

Nisscallaneous 3, Mid Atlantic Women's Health Center 1: Scoring for Mid Atlantic was Ben Truax on an assist from Peter Smith. Lindsey Kneisley had a good all around game.

Battery One 4, DLC Wallcovering 3: Bryan Parlett scored three goals for the Energizers and Daniel Fraker scored one. Goals for DLC were scored by Zaykia Fowler and Justin Wade. Brooke Lewis also scored her first career goal.

HAYSL U-10 Boys

Beaver Creek Mini Storage 5, Metropolitan Steel 1: Zachary Key scored two goals for the winners and Lenzie Weicht, R.J. Lushbaugh and Daniel Gillen added one goal each.

Larry Allen Co. 2, Stephens Excavating 2: Ben Unger scored both goals for Larry Allen Co.

Cueto & Cueto 3, Hamilton Nissan 1: Andre Desouza, Nicholas Carr and Cori Colella scored goals for Cueto & Cueto. Levi Turano and Christian Hatcher played strong defense

Cumberland Valley U-14 Girls

Williamsport Blackhawks 4, Clear Spring Youth Soccer Assoc. 1: Brittany Shadrach led the Blackhawks with a goal and two assists. Hannah Petro had a goal and an assist and Makenna Hardy scored on a penalty kick. Elizabeth Smith capped the scoring with another goal. Breanne Cline controlled the midfield.

Cumberland Valley U-10 Girls

Montgomery County Grasshoppers 3, Hagerstown Freedom 2: The Freedom held a 2-0 halftime lead with an unassisted goal by Alyssa Plue and a goal from Ashley Ford with Alluka Moore on the assist. Campbell Hurr scored a hat trick for the Grasshoppers with her final goal coming with less than 10 seconds to play in the game.

Hagerstown Freedom 2, Baltimore Fuego 1: The Freedom beat the previously undefeated and first-place Fuego in the Central Maryland Short-Sided League's White Division.

The Freedom scored within the first five minutes of the game when Alyssa Plue took a pass from Katie Ritter and put it in the back of the net. The Freedom's second goal was scored by Ashley Ford. Freedom goalkeeper Rachel Herrera recorded 15 saves.

Columbia Strikers 1, Freedom 0: The Hagerstown Freedom was shut out for the first time. Rachel Hererra had 10 saves in the net for the Freedom.

Boonsboro Area Soccer Club U-14 Boys

Boonsboro 7, EPIC Storm 0: Tyler McKenrick had four goals and an assist for Boonsboro Blaze. Andy Brabson, Ian Harmon and Nick Stenersen each each scored one goal. Crosby Blair, Nick Stenersen and Rick Tonetti had assists.

Boonsboro keeper Evan Lowery had eight saves and Griffin Abernathy, Kevin Sayers and Crosby Blair played well on defense.

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