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Area roundup - Miller paces No. 2 Wildcats to win

September 27, 2002

PREP VOLLEYBALL



Meggie Miller led No. 2 Williamsport to a 15-2, 15-4, 15-6 win over South Hagerstown with 11 kills, 14 digs and 13 service points Thursday night.

Denise Sullivan added 19 assists and Lindsey Plotner had nine kills and nine blocks for the Wildcats (7-0).

Angie Dietrich had six assists, one kill and three service points, Jamie Fowler had three assists, three kills and four service points, and Susan Lewis had four service points for South (2-5).

Hedgesville 3, Goretti 0


Ashley Copenhaver had nine service points, seven kills and two blocks for Hedgesville (14-2-3) in its 15-6, 15-4, 15-9 sweep. Keri Jackson had nine kills and five points, Megan Grant added six kills and five points, and Tracey Regalbuto had 16 assists and four service points for Hedgesville. Kelly Wills had 17 assists, nine service points and three aces for Goretti (2-7). JV: Hedgesville, 2-0.

No. 5 James Buchanan 2, Scotland 0


MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Ashleigh Helfrick had eight service points, including three aces, and five kills as the Rockets won, 15-1, 15-8. Emilee Seville had 12 digs, Abby Stoner had three blocks, and Lindsay Crider added 12 kill assists for JB (11-0).

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Grace 3, Mercersburg 0


Susanna Hill had 10 assists and nine kills, Lauren Durbin added 12 kills and four blocks, and Ashley Michael had 13 assists to lead Grace (9-0) to the 15-8, 15-13, 15-12 win.

Ashley DeMeza had six defensive digs, Ashley Doughty added 13 kills, and Caity Barnes had 14 set assists and 11 serves for Mercersburg (4-2). JV: Grace 2-0.

No. 4 Thomas Johnson 3, Frederick 0


FREDERICK, Md. - Kate Martin led TJ to the 15-6, 15-1, 15-6 win with 21 assists and 12 service points. Erin Maldo added four kills and five service points, Jessica Goode had four kills, and Leah Freed had eight service points for the Patriots (4-1). JV: Frederick, 2-0.

No. 6 McConnellsburg 2, So. Fulton 1


McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - Kara Carmack had eight kills and eight service points and Heidi Swope had six kills nad 24 kill assists as the Spartans won, 15-2, 10-15, 15-6. Heather DeShong added nine service points, Leslie Umbrell had eight service points, Lindsay Lininger had five blocks, and Jade Anthony had 12 kills and three blocks for McConnellsburg (8-0).

Hancock 3, Berkeley Springs 1


HANCOCK - Kristine Melott had 16 service points and Jodi Keefer had 12 service points and eight assists for Hancock in its 15-5, 7-15, 15-9, 15-11 win. Carrie Beaver and Heather Klinefelter added eight kills each for Hancock (7-2). Berkeley Springs was led by Amanda Willard and Emily McCoy with 10 service points each, while Lara Omps added six service points.




BOYS SOCCER



No. 8 Waynesboro 2, Shippensburg 1


SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. - Phil Woodring had a goal and an assist, Nick Kipe scored a goal, and Mark Michler added an assist for Waynesboro (4-5). James Woodring had five saves for the Indians, while Chris Reed had 16 saves for Shippensburg.

Heritage 7, Faith 1


Drew Kidd had three goals, Travis Hendershot, Jonothan Buckley, Mike Scotty and Justin Cutchall each had one goal, Scotty had two assists, Jeff Lee, Kevin Sandell and Kidd each had one assist and Jesse Latta had 14 saves for Heritage Academy (2-4). Jason Evan scored for Faith Christian Academy.

JB 3, Milton Hershey 1


HERSHEY, Pa. - John Bair, Tyler Applebee and Zach Sites each scored goals, Matt Myers and Peter Dell had assists, and Travis High made seven saves for James Buchanan (6-4-1).




GIRLS SOCCER



St. James 8, South 0


ST. JAMES - Katie Graham, Teresa Pecoraro and Emily McCormack each scored two goals and Lauren Blount and Kim Hall added a goal each for St. James (2-5-2).




COLLEGE GOLF



Grier places fourth


SUNSET BEACH, N.C. - Ashley Grier, a Smithsburg High graduate, finished in fourth place in the Elon/SeaTrail Intercollegiate Women's Golf Tournament last weekend at the SeaTrail Resor. Grier, playing for the Division I Jacksonville University Dolphins, fired a 77-79 two-day total as Jacksonville finished in second place as a team behind Elon University in the 12-team field.




COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL



Cecil Communtiy College 3, HCC 1


NORTH EAST, Md. - Chelsea Jollisse had 29 assists, Emily Beecher had 23 digs and 10 kills, and Amanda Storms had 16 digs and eight kills for HCC (9-7, 4-2) in its 20-30, 31-29, 25-30, 15-30 loss.




AUTO RACING



Outlaws cancelled


Hagerstown Speedway canceled the World of Outlaw Show scheduled for Thursday due to inclement weather. There is no rain date and all Reserved Seat ticket holders need to mail their tickets in along with a self-addressed stamped envelope for a refund.




BRIEFS



Coaching job openings


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