Young's goal powers Greencastle victory

August 30, 2003


GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Greencastle's Dustin Young scored the game-winning goal at the 11:01 mark as Greencastle-Antrim opened its season with a 3-2 win over Waynesboro. Chris Kiser and Adam Wiestling each assisted Jared Barkdoll, who recorded two scores for Greencastle (1-0). Ben Bostic and Nick Kipe each scored for Waynesboro (0-1).


James Buchanan 3, Southern Fulton 1

WARFORDSBURG, Pa. - Kaylie Mellott had 11 service points, seven kills and five blocks, but it wasn't enough as Southern Fulton fell to James Buchanan, 25-19, 16-25, 27-25, 25-16, in its season opener. Loni Layton had nine kills and Katie Merica had 13 service points in the loss.

JV: James Buchanan, 2-0 (25-19, 25-9).

McConnellsburg 3, Greencastle 0

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - McConnellsburg opened its season with a three-game sweep of Greencastle, 25-13, 25-16, 25-16. Heidi Swope had 18 service points and 18 kill assists for McConnellsburg (1-0). Mandi Mentzer had eight digs in the loss for the Blue Devils (0-1).


JV: McConnellsburg 2-1 (25-20, 22-25, 15-9)


McAbee scores two goals

BALTIMORE - North Hagerstown graduate Ben McAbee scored two goals as Johns Hopkins blanked SUNY Farmingdale, 8-0. The Hubs standout also recorded an assist in his collegiate debut with the Blue Jays, who open the season with a win for the 11th straight year.

Shepherd 1, Lynchburg 0

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Richard Smith scored the only goal of the game on an assist from Yakob Tezerawork to lead Shepherd past Lynchburg in the Rams' season opener. Robert Pence had six saves in goal for Shepherd (1-0).


Shippensburg 4, Shepherd 1

KUTZTOWN, Pa. - Shippensburg's Lauren Bolis and Nikki Keggerres each scored two goals as the Lady Raiders defeated Shepherd in the Kutztown Classic. Jeanine Cefalu had a pair of assists and Keggerres added one , while Meredith Yakscoe-Markle had two saves for Shippensburg (1-0), which outshot the Rams 23-5.

Erin Wilkinson scored Shepherd's (0-1) only goal on an assist from Nicole Willett, and keeper Amy Ridgely had 12 saves.

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