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Roundup - Black Rock fifth at Buick Scramble

October 09, 2003

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ORLANDO, Fla. - The Black Rock quintet led by club pro Dirk Schultz finished in a fifth-place tie following the opening round of the 20th annual Buick Scramble National Finals on Wednesday.

Schultz and his amateur partners - Rich Moyer, Denny Lowery, Scott Matheny and Larry Henry - carded a 15-under par 57, three shots behind the leaders from Plum Brook Country Club in Sandusky, Ohio in the gross division, in which 130 teams are competing.

"We played the par 5s in 7-under and went 8-under over the last six holes with two eagles," Schultz said. "We played pretty good after a slow start."

Much of the credit to the hot finish went to Matheny, who knocked in a 40-foot eagle putt on 16 and then finished with birdie putts from 18 and 15 feet on the last two holes on the Falcon Fire Golf Club course.

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The group continues play today, with a 1:40 tee time, and Friday, with the top 24 teams making the cut for Sunday's nationally televised final on The Golf Channel.

The Waynesboro (Pa.) Country Club contingent led by club pro Rob Bostic and partners Chad Bricker, Jon Bricker, Brian Carroll and Ben Leonard, were in a tie for 77th place with a 10-under par 62 in the gross division.

In the net division (130 teams), Musket Ridge, of Myersville, Md., shot a 12-under 60 for a tie in 59th place. The team consists of club pro Mike Ahrnsbrak and amateurs Dave Sulley, Tim Ross, John Johnsont and Jim Sulk.

Tiger Woods, national Buick chairman, will be on hand to present the championship trophies Sunday.




BOYS SOCCER



Walkersville 5, Catoctin 1


THURMONT, Md. - Brian Beard's hat trick led Walkersville over Catocin.

Jody Crum added two goals, while Michael Foucault, Shawn Hamill, Richie Gilbert and Michael Tauszky each had assists for Walkersville (4-4-1, 2-0).




GIRLS SOCCER



Smithsburg 5, Frederick 0


SMITHSBURG - Kristen Poffenberger had three goals and an assist for Smithsburg (11-0, 3-0). Shannon Fowkes added a goal and two assists, while Cara Jordan added a goal. Candice Stanford made seven saves for her eigth shutout.

Walkersville 3, Catoctin 2


WALKERSVILLE, Md. - Sara Rittelmeyer scored on a Michelle White assist in the second overtime as Walkersville defeated Catoctin.

White and Gina Casadei also scored for the Lions (4-3), while Anna Lebo made 15 saves.

Cougars keeper Kate Robinson made 15 saves.

JV: Walkersville, 5-0.




PREP VOLLEYBALL



Middletown 3, South 1


Kristin Young had 23 assists and four aces for Middletown in the Knights' 25-18, 25-10, 20-25, 25-17 victory over South Hagerstown.

Jill Martin and Erin Burtner each had eight kills for Middletown (7-2).

Jamie Fowler had eight service points and seven kills, Keli Dofflemyer had 17 assists and seven service points, Chelsea Weaver had nine service points and Caitlyn Nicewarner had seven blocks for South.

JV: South, 2-1.

Smithsburg 3, Catoctin 0


SMITHSBURG - Kenzie Bowen and Heather Bywaters each had seven kills for Smithsburg (5-3) in a 25-11, 25-14, 25-12 sweep of Catoctin.

Katie Campbell had six assists for Catoctin (5-4).

JV: Smithsburg 2-0.

Mercersburg 3 Randolph-Macon 0


MERCERSBURG, Pa. - The Blue Storm swept Randolph Macon in three games, 25-18, 25-14, 25-15.

Noelle Saracino had 14 service points and four aces, Liz Harvey had 33 assists and Tamara Filipovic had eight digs for Mercersburg (6-3).

JV: Mercersburg, 2-1.

Broadfording 3, Heritage 2


Tina Conner had 13 kills, 12 service points and six aces as Broadfording defeated Heritage Academy 21-25, 25-20, 25-15, 22-25, 15-13 on Tuesday.

Cindel Young had 19 service points, five aces, 11 kills and three blocks, Becca Conner had 17 assists and Leslie Brown added eight assists for Broadfording (13-3).




PREP FIELD HOCKEY



Mercersburg 4, Southern Huntington 3: Rachael Hollis, Halley Heard, Maddie Deupree and Sarah Epstein scored for Mercersburg Academy (3-4-1) as the Blue Storm defeated Southern Huntington.

Middletown (Pa.) 5, Greencastle 0: Joan Pidek had two goals and an assist to lead Middletown. JV: Greencastle, 4-2.




JV FOOTBALL



North Hagerstown 45, Boonsboro 8: Lamar Harris ran for 208 yards on 14 carries and scored from 41 and 48 yards out to lead North Hagerstown (2-3). Marcus Scott scored three touchdowns and Jarrell Rodriquez returned a punt for a TD, ran for a score and threw a touchdown pass.

Williamsport 13, Brunswick 7: Ryan Hebner and Ryan Lee each ran for a touchdown for Williamsport. Tim Lowry rushed for 85 yards and the defense intercepted five passes.

Smithsburg 38, Clear Spring 0: Chad Brown rushed for four touchdowns, Matt Thompson scored on a pass from Andrew Bohan and Vinny Mills returned an interception for a touchdown for Smithsburg (3-2).




FRESHMAN FOOTBALL



South 39, Hancock 0: Josh McNabb had 110 yards rushing and three touchdowns for South (3-3). Matt Campbell, Tony Bender and Brock Jamison also scored.




COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL



HCC 3, Prince George's 0


Amanda Storms had seven kills and 10 digs, while Megan Miller added 11 kills, six aces and 15 digs as the Hawks swept Prince George's, 30-17, 30-8, 30-11.

Emily Beecher had 11 kills and 10 digs and Shea Storms added 42 assists for HCC (15-2, 8-0).

Shepherd 3, Glenville 1


SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Shepherd (11-8, 8-3) defeated Glenville State, 30-15, 21-30, 30-16, 30-22.

Susanna Hill had 18 kills and 16 digs to lead the Rams. Holly Everhart added 11 kills, four aces and five digs, while Nicole Morgan had 51 assists and 16 digs.




WOMEN'S BASKETBALL



Hood hires Molesky


FREDERICK, Md. - Rachael Molesky, of Frederick, Md., has been hired as second assistant coach for Hood College.

Molesky is a former Shepherd student and assistant coach.

Most recently an assistant girls coach at Linganore, Molesky currently teaches at Middletown (Md.) Middle School. She becomes an assistant alongside former high school teammate Melissa Kelly. The pair led Linganore to the 1996 Class 3A state title.

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