Area roundup 8/24

August 24, 2002


Musselman 2, Keyser 2

INWOOD, W.Va. - Katy Crim and Rachel Selicio each scored goals for Musselman (0-0-1) and Natasha Segura had an assist on Saturday. Musselman outshot Keyser 20-11, but could only manage a tie.


Grace wins

CRESAPTOWN, Md. - Grace Academy won its first three games against Heritage Academy, CVCS and Calvary to advance to the final against CVCS and won the Calvary Invitational. Grace won the final over CVCS, 15-8, 10-15, 15-13. Lauren Durbin was selected to the All-Tournament team from Grace.


Five Mile Run

WILLIAMSPORT - Nick Gramsky, 24, of Georgetown finished first in the 21st annual Gary Brown Memorial C&O Canal 5-mile run, with a time of 25 minutes, 57.5 seconds. Finishing second with a time of 27:26.1 was Rick Rountree, 24. Third overall was Ryan Davis, 17, a freshman at Hagerstown Community College and a 2002 graduate of Clear Spring High, with a time of 27:29.1.


Mark Stickley, 40, was the men's Masters winner with a time of 28:19.1. Brad Bodsin, of Martinsburg High, was the men's high school winner, finishing 12th overall, at 30:13.2.

Finishing first among the women with a time of 29:45.7 was Susan Graham-Gray, 35, a member of the Cumberland Valley Athletic Club. Brenda Schrank, 30, of Winchester, Va. and a runner for the U.S. Air Force national team, finished second among women, with a time of 31:13.5. In third place among women was Maria Spinnler, 40, with a time of 31:35.3. Spinnler also was the women's Masters winner.

Jaime Lockhart, of Handley High, was the women's high school winner with a time of 35:30.3.

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