Area Roundup

September 03, 2002


Jefferson 2, St. James 1

ST. JAMES - Amy Warnick and Elaine Arabatzis scored as the Cougars won their season opener.

Jessica Greenburg scored for the Saints (1-1), whilw Lisa Kmonicek and Kristen DiGirolamo combined for 10 saves. JV: Jefferson, 3-0.


Shepherd 1-1 in tourney

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Shepherd College lost to Nebraska-Kearney, the 14th-ranked team in NCAA Division II, 30-21, 30-15, 30-14, before defeating Lynn University 30-27, 31-33, 19-30, 30-27, 15-10 in the final round of the Ram Rumble Tournament on Sunday.

Judy Whims, an All-Tournament, selection, led the Rams (3-2) with 16 digs and five kills against Nebraska-Kearney, and 12 kills, 18 digs and five blocks against Lynn.

North Hagerstown graduate Nicole Morgan had 54 assists in the two games, while Williamsport graduate Danielle Munson added 12 kills and 12 digs.



Grover Frye Tournament

The Brunswick Orioles went 4-0 this weekend to reach the championship game of the 5th annual Grover Frye Tournament, being held at at North Hagerstown, South Hagerstown, Brunswick and Middletown high schools, Hagerstown Community College, Middletown Community Park and Jefferson School.

Brunswick opened by beating the Midtown Panthers (Baltimore), 9-4. Wayne Toms went 4-for-5, while Jason Mobley, Chris Baugher and Greg Barnes had two hits.

The Orioles defeated LaPlata, 1-0. Joey Hart pitched a one-hitter with 10 strikeouts, while Toms doubled and scored on Scott Frye's single for the only run.

Brunswick topped the Virginia Shores, 3-1. John Sechler pitched a four-hitter with seven strikeouts, while Scott Frye had two hits, including a solo homer, and Toms had two hits.

The Orioles then defeated Penbrook (Harrisburg, Pa.), 7-4. Scott Frye pitched a seven-hitter with six strikeouts, and he and Mobley hit thee-run homers. Toms had two hits, while Doug Stottlemyer and Roger Dawson had three hits.

The final three games of the tournament will be played Saturday at Brunswick High School. At 10 a.m., the Olympian Athletics (Waynesboro, Pa.) face the Virginia Shores. The winner faces Penbrook at 1 p.m., with that winner playing Brunswick at 4 for the title. There will be ceremonies at 3:30 prior to the championship game, and an awards ceremony following the game.

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