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Keeney scores five TDs as Middletown tops TJ

September 06, 2002
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Lauren Durbin had 10 kills and Susanna Hill had eight assists for Grace in the 15-3, 15-7, 2-15, 15-4 Grace (2-0) win.

Greencastle 2, Trinity 0

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Jessica Ritchie had 22 set assists and five service points, Cathy Kershner had 17 set assists and Alicia Thompson had eight service points and three blocks for Greencastle (2-1, 2-0) in the Blue Devils' 15-1, 15-4 win.

Smithsburg 3, North 2

Katie Powell had 25 kills, Katie Franklin had 39 assists, and Laura Lindsey and Kenzie Bowen each had nine kills for Smithsburg (1-0) in the 7-15, 11-15, 15-4, 15-4, 15-5 victory.

James Buchanan 2, Shippensburg 0

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Ashleigh Helfrick had 30 digs and seven service points, and Abby Stoner had six kills, five blocks and seven service points in the 15-9, 16-14 Rocket (2-0) victory.

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PREP GOLF



Williamsport 156, North 160
Boonsboro 176
at Black Rock, par 35

Williamsport: Luke Hintze 35, Roney 38, Hartle 40, Logan Hintze 43, Mellott 48, Martin 49.

North: Hullinger 37, Wade 38, Thomas 42, Stellard 42, Wagner 46, Ranieli 48.

Boonsboro: Mitchell 40, Tierney 42, Poole 46, Zaccaria 48, Harsh 49, Lupo 52.

Records: Williamsport 12-1, North 7-4, Boonsboro 4-8.

Martinsburg 153, Clear Spring 209
at Whitetail, par 36

Martinsburg: Trevor Hedges 35

Clear Spring: Andrew Lacey 45

Record: Clear Spring 2-7.




ADULT LEAGUES



Tri-State Fast-Pitch Softball


B&B Embroidery 11, Flames 2: Russ Martin, Jeff Housel, Andrew Michael and Josh Fiedler each had two hits and Housel pitched a five-hitter for B&B.

Hub City Softball League


Intimidator Trucking 17, Heat 7: Kevin Weddle had four hits, Phil Fox had two home runs, and Adam Moore had three hits, including a homer, as Intimidator went unbeaten to win the bracket championship.

Miller Lite/BJs Custom 17, JMS 7: Timmy Smith had five hits and Eric Andrews hit two home runs for the winners.

Miller Lite/BJs Custom 20, Burhans Station 8: Mark Andrews and Steve Barrett each had four hits, while Andrews had two homers and Chris Weaver, Johnny Hartle and Marlin Michaels each had three hits for Miller Lite/BJs.

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