Area roundup

October 31, 2002


FSK 3, Boonsboro 0

FREDERICK, Md. - Claire Houseknecht had six points and three kills, Sarah Harris recorded five blocks and Jessie Ambrose added six points, seven assists and three kills for Boonsboro (7-7) in a 15-10, 15-11, 15-11 loss. JV: Boonsboro, 2-0.


St. Andrews 2, St. James 1

ST. JAMES - Dunmola Olanrewaju scored an unassisted goal for the Saints, who end the season at 4-13-2 (0-10-2 MAC). Ali Smith made 12 saves in goal for St. James.


North 18, Boonsboro 6

Matt Ridenour rushed for 99 yards with a 5-yard touchdown run, Leon Finley scored on a 7-yard run and Matt Stowell kicked a 36-yard field goal for North, which ends its season at 6-3. Matt Murray led the Hubs defense with 10 tackles.


JFK 50-mile quickly filling

As of Tuesday night, there were less than 200 spots remaining for the JFK 50-miler, set for Nov. 23. The maximum participants allowed is 1,000.


For more information, call race director Mike Spinnler at 301-739-7004.


Grier wins college tourney

Smithsburg's Ashley Grier, playing with the Jacksonville University women's golf team, won the Coca-Cola Collegiate Tournament held last weekend at the LPGA International Golf Course in Daytona Beach, Fla.

Grier finished with a 5-over par 149 (75-74) to take medalist honors by two strokes. Jacksonville finished fourth in the 15-team field.


U. of Charleston 2, Shepherd 1

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - A goal off a corner kick in overtime scored the win for University of Charleston.

Shepherd's Amy Vagnoni forced overtime with a penalty kick goal in the 88th minute, and Amy Ridgely recorded 20 saves in goal. Shepherd falls to 4-15 (1-5) with the loss.

Arin Ingraham scored the first Charleston goal in the 43rd minute.

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