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JB Rockets win opener in overtime

August 31, 2003

PREP FOOTBALL



YORK, Pa. - Tyler Morris scored on a 10-yard touchdown run in overtime Saturday to lift James Buchanan to a 27-21 season-opening win over York Tech.

Josh Cotton accounted for all three of the Rockets' touchdowns in regulation, all coming in the first half, as the teams went into the locker rooms tied, 21-21.

The junior quarterback connected to T.J. Morris for a 20-yard TD pass in the first quarter, scored on a 1-yard run in the second quarter and then passed to Dustin Saum for a 47-yard score later in the half.

Colby Frye scored all three touchdowns - runs of 75 and 48 yards and a 63-yard reception - for York Tech, which was outgained, 344-276.

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Cotton was 6 of 14 passing for 124 yards with no interceptions and ran for 47 yards on 14 carries. Trey Coble led the Rockets on the ground with 71 yards on 16 carries.

No. 5 Chambersburg 19 Park View 13


STERLING, Va. - Backup tailback Tyler Perry rushed for 185 yards and two touchdowns while Chambersburg's defense made a stand Friday to lead the Trojans to a non-conference victory.

Perry scored on runs of 38 yards in the first quarter and 42 yards in the final minute of the game to ice the victory.

Chambersburg's defense held Park View to 135 yards of offense.

Musselman 3, Sherando 0


WINCHESTER, Va. - Steven Emswiler connected on a 41-yard field goal with 5:30 remaining in the first half, giving Musselman's defense all it needed Friday to shut down Sherando for a season-opening victory.

The Applemen (1-0) withstood a punting miscue which gave Sherando the ball at the Musselman 12 and stuffed the Warriors on a fourth-and-short situation at the 2 to secure the win. Musselman linebacker Mark Shirley sent Sherando running back Larry Cain for a 4-yard loss on a fourth-down pitch play to maintain the lead.

The field goal was more points than the Applemen had scored in the first four games of the 2002 season.

Musselman finished with 133 yards of offense while allowing 143 to Sherando.




RUNNING



Charleston Distance Run


CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Maria Spinnler, 41, of Hagerstown, won the women's masters division, worth $500, Saturday at the 31st annual Charleston Distance Run, covering the 15-mile course in 1 hour, 49 minutes, 5 seconds. She was the seventh overall female.

Susan Graham Gray, 35, of Greencastle, Pa., was the sixth overall female in 1:42:26.

The overall male winner was Kenyan Hillary Lelei, 24, in 1:16:06, while Russian Silvia Skvortsova, 28, topped the women's field in 1:31:52.




WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL



Shepherd goes 1-1 at Ram Rumble


SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Shepherd College went 1-1 in the first day of action at the Ram Rumble volleyball tournament.

Shepherd won its first match 30-11, 30-15, 30-16 over Davis & Elkins. Taylor Darnley led the team with 13 kills and 11 digs, while Susanna Hill had nine kills and nine digs and Nicole Morgan recorded 33 assists. The Rams dropped their second game 30-25, 30-23, 30-16 to Midwestern State. Hill (15), Darnley (14) and Gen Wilson (12) each recorded double figure digs for the Rams




WOMEN'S SOCCER



Kutztown 3, Shepherd 0


KUTZTOWN, Pa. - Chrissy Jack scored a pair of goals to lead Kutztown University (2-0) to a 3-0 win over Shepherd College (0-2). Senior goalkeeper Amy Ridgely recorded eight saves for the Rams.




ADULT BASEBALL



Grover Frye Tournament


Brunswick Orioles 14, Carroll County Heat 6: John Mangold went 2-for-2 with two home runs, including a grand slam, and six RBI for Brunswick, while Zac Coutriax went 2-for-2 with a three-run homer, Steve Goode went 3-for-4 and Jayson Mobley, Brian Powell and Wayne Toms each had two hits. Cole Kidwell was the winning pitcher, scattering five hits and striking out six in four innings.

Brunswick Orioles 7, Midtown Panthers 2: Joey Hart pitched a complete-game five-hitter with nine strikeouts for Brunswick, while Doug Stottlemeyer went 3-for-4 with solo home run and Powell, Toms and Mobley each had two hits.

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