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Roundup - Hancock wins first opener in 16 years

September 09, 2002

PREP FOOTBALL



FREDERICKSBURG, Va. - The Hancock Panthers won their first season opener in 16 years in very convincing fashion Friday night, as they shut out Colonial Beach, 35-0.

After a scoreless first quarter, Hancock got it going with three touchdowns in the second quarter, the first of which was scored on a 91-yard drive. Curtis Ray finished the game with three touchdowns, while Justin Unger and Ricky Snow each scored one of their own. Ray, Unger and Snow each contributed to a running attack that gained 344 yards on 55 carries for the Panthers.

Hancock 0 20 15 0- 35

Colonial 0 0 0 0 - 0

H - Curtis Ray 3 run (2 pt. failed)

H - Justin Unger 6 run (2 pt. failed)

H - Curtis Ray 4 run (Curtis Ray run)

H - Curtis Ray 34 run (Justin Unger run)

H - Ricky Snow 6 run (Snow kick)

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First Downs Hancock - 23 Colonial Beach - 8

Rushes-yards Hancock - 55-344 Colonial Beach - 29-161

Passing yards Hancock - 57 Colonial Beach - 42

Comp-Att-Int Hancock - 4-5-0 Colonial Beach - 4-12-1

Total offense Hancock - 60-401 Colonial Beach - 41-203

Punts-Avg. Hancock - 1-41 Colonial Beach - 7-29.5

Penalties-yards Hancock - 5-30 Colonial Beach - 4-29

Fumbles-lost Hancock - 3-2 Colonial Beach - 4-2

Records: Hancock 1-0; Colonial Beach 1-1.

Catoctin 34, Great Mills 0

GREAT MILLS, Md- Catoctin's offense pounded out 366 total rush yards in the Cougars win over Great Mills. David Burrier had 11 carries for 121 yards, Jarell Thompson had eleven carries for 86 yards with two touchdowns and Ben Hobbs also had two touchdowns.

Catoctin 14 0 13 7 - 34

Great Mills 0 0 0 0 - 0

C - Ben Hobbs 1 yd run ( Santos kick)

C - JarellThompson 8 yd run ( Santos Kick)

C - David Burrier 15 yd run ( Santos kick)

C - Hobbs 85 yd fumble recovery (kick failed)

C - Thompson 9 yd run, (Santos kick)

Records: Catoctin 1-0; Great Mills 0-1.

Chambersburg 28, Red Land 21

LEWISBERRY, Pa. - Pete Cross ran 18 times for a total of 114 yards and Ben Holmquist scored a pair of touchdowns to lead Chambersburg to its first win of the season and coach Shawn Kimple to his first head coaching win.

Chambersburg 6 14 8 0 - 28

Red Land 7 80 6 - 21

RL- Robin Summey 59 INT return (Andar Rehm kick)

CH- Ben Holmquist 58 run (kick failed)

CH- Brad Mann 74 pass from Nate Hockenberry (pass failed)

RL-Summey 79 pass Derek Lechthaler (Brad McCullough pass from Lechthaler)

CH-Brandon Mummert 60 punt return (Jeremy Jackson pass from Hockenberry)

CH-Holmquist 2 run (Brian Griffin pass from Hockenberry)

RL- Robbie Agnone 13 pass from Lechthaler (kick failed)

First Downs Chambersburg - 11 Red Land - 14

Rushes-yards Chambersburg - 32-194 Red Land - 23-40

Passing Chambersburg - 157 Red Land - 236

Comp-Att-Int Chambersburg - 9-20-1 Red Land - 20-29-0

Punts Chambersburg - 5-39 Red Land - 6-34

Fumbles-lost Chambersburg - 2-1 Red Land - 5-3

Penalties-yds Chambersburg - 6-35 Red Land - 4-28

Record: Chambersburg 1-1.

Loudoun County (Va.) 13, Musselman 0

INWOOD, W.Va. - The Applemen failed to get on the scoreboard for the second straight week, losing a non-conference game to Loudoun County.

It's the first time Musselman (0-2) has been shut out in consecutive weeks since Handley and Jefferson turned the trick in October 1993.

Westmar 28, Williamsport 6

LONACONING, Md. - Nick Forsyth scored on a 39-yard run in the third quarter, but Williamsport dropped its season-opener to Westmar.

Williamsport (0-1) has lost nine straight games dating back to last season.

Williamsport 0 0 6 0- 6

Westmar 6 8 7 7-28

W - Bobby Alkire 15 run (kick blocked)

W - Russell Miller 86 pass from Alkire (Alkire run)

W - Miller 5 pass from Aikire (David Brashear kick)

Wi - Nick Forsyth 39 run (kick failed)

W - Dan Duncan 5 run (Brashear kick)

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First downs Williamsport - 7 Westmar - 9

Rushing Williamsport - 118 Westmar - 37-152

Passing yards Williamsport - 78 Westmar - 156

Comp-Att-Int Williamsport - NA Westmar - 9-12-0

Total Offense Williamsport - 196 Westmar - 308

Penalty yards Williamsport - 91 Westmar - 78

Fumbles-lost Williamsport - 1-0 Westmar - 5-2

Records: Westmar 1-0, Williamsport 0-1.

Beall 35, Berekeley Springs 26

FROSTBURG, Md. - Mahlon Harper scored four touchdowns to help Beall build a 16-point lead heading into the fourth quarter and hold on for a win over Berkeley Springs.

Beall (1-0) was able to overcome two kickoff returns by Jamie Moore - one of 83 yards to open the game and an 84-yarder in the second quarter - to get the victory.

Harper rushed for scores of 49 and 16 yards, caught a pass for a 32-yard score and returned an interception 99 yards.

The Indians (1-1) got scores on Eli Parcels' 2-yard run and a Mark Rockwell 8-yard scoring catch.

B. Springs 7 13 0 6 - 26

Beall 14 14 7 0 - 35

BS - Jamie Moore 83 kickoff return (Tyler Kesecker kick)

B - Mahlon Harper 49 run (Jhn Kaufman kick)

B - Harper 32 pass from Erick Parker (Kaufman kick)

B - Harper 16 run (Kaufman kick)

BS - Moore 84 kickoff return (Kesecker kick)

B - Ryan Harris 62 pass from Parker (Kesecker kick)

BS - Eli Parcels 2 run (kick failed)

B - Harper 99 interception return (Kaufman kick)

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