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Garner leads TJ upset - Friday's area roundup

October 21, 2002

PREP FOOTBALL



NEW MARKET, Md. - Jamar Garner ran for 105 yards and two touchdowns as Thomas Johnson took a 13-3 halftime lead and hung on to beat Linganore (ranked No. 23 in Maryland) 13-10 on Friday night.

Garner's touchdowns came from 44 yards and 1 yard.

Brandon Jones ran for 78 yards and had an interception for the Pastriots (3-4, 2-2 Central Maryland Conference). Matt Bess and Brad Bivens led the defense with 10 tackles each and Darnell Edmonds had two interceptions.

T. Johnson 7 6 0 0 - 13

Lingnaore 0 3 7 0 - 10

St. John's-PH 44, Hyde 20


FREDERICK, Md. - Keith Ricca overshadowed throwing his first interception of the season by throwing for 401 yards and five touchdowns to lead St. John's at Prospect Hall over The Hyde School.

Brandon Monroe had 10 catches for 202 yards and four touchdowns for St. John's (4-0). Guyvans Richard had seven receptions for 135 yards and a touchdown and also recovered a fumble at his own 2-yard line and ran it 98 yards for the score for SJPH (4-0).

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Hyde School 0 6 0 14 - 20

St. John's-PH 8 28 80 - 44

S - Guyvans Richard 38 pass from Keith Ricca (Ritter pass from Ricca)

H - Patrick Komognon 45 run (run failed)

S - Brandon Monroe 17 pass from Ricca (Ricca to Monroe)

S - Monroe 15 pass from Ricca (pass failed)

S - Richard 98 fumble return (pass failed)

S - Monroe 34 pass from Ricca (Ritter pass from Ricca)

S - Monroe 29 pass from Ricca (Monroe run)

H - Andrew Dorsey 40 pass from Zach Morgan (Kamognon run)

H - Komognon 20 run (run failed)

West Perry 48, Greencastle 6


ELLIOTTSBURG, Pa. - Kyle Ream threw for two touchdowns and ran for three in West Perry's victory over Greencastle-Antrim.

Brett Hoffman rushed for 89 yards and a touchdown to pace the offense for the Blue Devils (2-6, 1-4 Mid Penn Colonial).

Greencastle 0 0 0 6 - 6

West Perry 21 7 13 7 - 48

WP - Kyle Ream 23 run (Wes Portzline kick)

WP - Ream 18 run (Portzline kick)

WP - Michael Scott 18 run (Portzline kick)

WP - Kevin Kindig 67 pass from Ream (Portzline kick)

WP - Nick Dillman 52 pass from Ream (Portzline kick)

WP - Ream 47 run (kick failed)

GC - Brett Hoffman 6 run (run failed)

WP - Corey Marshall 15 run (Portzline kick)

GA WP

First downs 13 8

Rushes-yards 37-160 24-247

Passing Yards 117 185

Comp-Att-Int 9-21-1 5-14-0

Total Offense 277 432

Punts-Avg 6-30.8 1-37

Penalties-Yards 7-50 6-55

Fumbles-Lost 0-0 2-1

Northern 46, Waynesboro 8


WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Northern pounded the ball on the ground for 223 yards and four touchdowns to help build an early lead from which Waynesboro could not recover.

The Indians did manage to get on the board late in the first half on a 24-yard touchdown pass from Corey Livengood to David Green. Green finished with five receptions for 87 yards.

Northern 13 20 13 0 - 46

Waynesboro 0 8 0 0 - 8

N - Murphey 22 run (Griffin kick)

N - Collins 3 pass from Rutherford (kick failed)

N - Benson 23 run (kick failed)

N - Benson 50 punt return (Griffin kick)

N - Benson 9 pass from Rutherford (Griffin kick)

W - David Green 24 pass from Corey Livengood (Green pass from Livengood)

N - Davis 2 run (kick failed)

N - Davis 22 run (Brough kick)

N W

First downs 16 4

Rushes-yards 36-223 19-14

Passing yards 148 119

Comp-Att-Int 9-12-0 10-23-5

Total offense 48-371 42-133

Punts-Avg. 1-38.0 3-37.0

Penalties-yards 12-80 4-7

Fumbles-lost 1-0 0-0

Other area scores:


Boiling Springs 37, James Buchanan 0

Frankfort 26, No. 4 Berkeley Springs 6




JV FOOTBALL



Smithsburg 13, Middletown 7


MIDDLETOWN, Md. - Josh Daniels threw a 50-yard touchdown pass to Matt Feiser with 12 seconds remaining to lift Smithsburg past Middletown. Justin Thompson also scored on a rushing touchdown for the Leopards (4-1-1).

John Hill ran for a touchdown for Middletown (5-2).




BOYS SOCCER



Catoctin 4, FSK 1


UNION BRIDGE, Md. - Ken Hinchcliffe scored three goals to help Catoctin (6-6, 3-4) earn its fourth straight win.

Anmar Cromwell also scored for the Cougars, while Ben Whitney and Dennis Hill each had two assists. Brandon Lasher had four saves.

Grace 3, CVCS 1


Andy Eyler, Steven Rushing and Jordan Hanft all scored for Grace Academy (13-2-1, 12-0-1) in a win over Cumberland Valley Christian.




GIRLS SOCCER



Clear Spring 4, Williamsport 1


CLEAR SPRING - Lindsey Keyton had two goals and an assist, while Tawnya Blair had a goal and two assists as the pair combined for three of the Blazers' four goals in a win over the Wildcats.

Lauren Ebersole scored the other goal for Clear Spring (7-5-2).

Amy Mills scored on a penalty kick for Williamsport. JV: Tie 2-2

No. 5 Catoctin 3, Brunswick 1


BRUNSWICK, Md. - Lindsey Gladhill scored twice for Catoctin in its win over Brunswick. Colleen Weeks also scored for the Cougars (8-4, 6-2). Alicia Danaher scored for the Railroaders (5-5-2, 5-2-1).

No. 4 SJPH 8, St. Paul's 0


BALTIMORE - Marda Merkel had two goals, Jen Baker had two goals and a assist and Sarah McCutcheon, Liz Brokaw and Madison Keller all had a goal and an assist for St. John's at Prospect Hall.

Taylor Bishop also scored, while Lindsey Weaver had five saves for the Vikings (14-2, 7-1).




PREP VOLLEYBALL



No. 10 North 3, Clear Spring 1


CLEAR SPRING - North Hagerstown defeated Clear Spring in four games, 15-11, 15-8, 8-15, 15-5.

Jamie Poffenberger had 12 digs, 11 kills and seven service points and Ashley Crist had seven service points, seven assists and four digs for Clear Spring (2-8).

Southern Fulton 2, Goretti 0


WARFORDSBURG, Pa. - Katie Merica had eight service points and Bethany Mellott added seven points to lead Southern Fulton over Goretti, 15-6, 15-9.

Kaylie Mellott had four kills in the victory for Southern Fulton (15-4, 9-3).

Calvary 3, Heritage 1

Abby Ellis had six kills, while Heather Stamper had four kills and Whitney Scilimgen had 15 service points for Heritage Academy (6-10) in its 15-13, 15-6, 6-15, 15-4 loss to Calvary.




MEN'S SOCCER



HCC 5, Cecil 3


NORTH EAST, Md. - Chris Lantz scored four goals to lead Hagerstown Community College (7-1). Josh Barnhart also scored, while Brandon Rathmeyer had 10 saves.

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