Roundup - Wildcats win at McConnellsburg

September 09, 2002


McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - Williamsport defeated James Buchanan 17-15, 15-8 to win the the 12th Annual Spartan Volleyball Tournament at McConnellsburg High School.

Meggie Miller of Williamsport was named tournament MVP with 50 kills. Lindsey Plotner had 21 kills and Denise Sullivan had 108 assists for Williamsport throughout the day-long tournament. Jess Stough had 130 digs, and Lindsay Crider had 42 service points, and 85 kill assists for James Buchanan. Ashleigh Helfrick had 31 kills, Abby Stoner had 16 blocks, Emily Seville had nine aces on the day for James Buchanan.

Clarion beat Shippensburg 15-13 in the third place game.


SJPH 3, Mt. Carmel 0

ESSEX, Md. - Stan Hess had two goals, Jeremy Hess had a goal and an assist, and Job Merkel had an assist for St. John's at Prospect Hall (1-1) on Friday. Fred Phelan made six saves, two from point blank range, for SJPH.

Greencastle 4, Bermudian 2

YORK SPRINGS, Pa. - Jared Barkdoll scored three goals and Adam Wiestling added one as Greencastle beat Bermudian Springs in a Mid-Penn Colonial match on Thursday.


Dustin Young had two assists and Chris Keyser had one for the Blue Devils (2-2, 1-1). Steven Sprague had 12 saves. JV: Bermudian, 2-1.


Mercersburg 1, St. James 1

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Stephanie Harris recorded 13 saves for Mercersburg (0-0-1) in a defensive battle with St. James (1-2-1). Rachel Hendrickson scored the lone goal for Mercersburg. Teresa Pecoraro scored on an assist from Jessica Greenburg to get St. James on the board for the tie.


SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Hagerstown Community College finished fourth of 14 teams Saturday in the Shephed Cross Country Invitational. HCC Freshman Ryan Davis finished second overall with a time of 27:49. Other men's finishers for HCC were Brian Lewis (23rd, 29:41) and Tyler Snyder (24th, 29:42). Isiah Cartledge finished with a time of 29:56. There were a total of 122 runners in the men's competition.

The HCC women's team was incomplete with just three runners. Laura Stouffer was the top HCC women's finisher (37th, 22:25), while Carrie Hartman finished 55th (23:35). There were a total of 137 runners in the women's competition.


Mercersburg 9

Chambersburg 6

Singles - 1. Beth Rahauser (C) d. Bettina Buck, 6-3, 3-6, 7-5; 2. Leah Stonesifer (C) d. Tanya Scholz, 6-0, 6-1; 3. Mallory Rotz (C) d. Ripal Shah, 6-4, 6-4. 4. Anjuli Pandit (M) d. Stevie Small, 6-2, 6-2; 5. Sirisha Devabhaktuni (M) d. Allyson Shull, 6-0, 6-0; 6. Ali Reingold (M) d. Linh Truong, 7-5, 6-2; 7. Meredith Barnes (C) d Simone Metzger, 2-6, 6-1, 4-6; 8. Anu Devabhaktuni (M) d Kim Nguyen, 7-6, 1-6, 7-5; 9. Anna Clarke (M) d Ashley Noll, 6-3, 7-5; 10. Sophie Scholz (M) d Megan Bell, 6-2, 6-2.

Doubles - 1.Buck/Pandit (M) d Rahauser/Stonesifer, 8-2; 2.Scholz/Scholz (M) d Noll/Shull, 8-5; 3.Tuong/Barnes (C) d Reingold/Metzger, 8-5; 4.Nguyen/Rotz (C) d Devabhaktuni/Devabhaktuni, 8-6; 5.Shah/Shah (M) d Bell/Barnhart, 8-1.

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