Area roundup - St. James snaps five-game skid

October 16, 2003


ST. JAMES - David Hammond connected with Matt Greissing on a 15-yard touchdown pass to help the Saints end a five-game losing streak with a 6-0 win over New Enterprise on Wednesday.

Greissing also had seven tackles, five sacks and a fumble recovery in the fourth quarter to preserve the win for the Saints (1-5). Hammond had two interceptions. The Saints held New Enterprise to minus-27 yards offense.

Miles Chan rushed for 115 yards and James Waltersdorf added 59 yards on the ground for St. James.


Mercersburg 3, Goretti 2

Liz Harvey had 40 service points and 71 assists as Mercersburg Academy beat St. Maria Goretti, 23-25, 25-17, 23-25, 25-13, 15-7.

Libby Miga had 30 digs and Ashley Doughty had 18 kills for the Blue Storm (7-4).

JV: Mercersburg, 25-23, 20-25, 15-7.


Walkersville 2, South 0

Gina Casadei and Sarah Rittlemyer each scored a goal as Walkersville blanked South Hagerstown at School Stadium.


Brittany Shadrach had 10 saves for the Rebels (1-11).

JV: Walkersville, 3-0.


G'town Day 3, St. James 0

ST. JAMES - Sam Post had two goals and Matt Rogan added one as Georgetown Day School blanked St. James in a Mid-Atlantic Conference matchup.

Nate Venditta had seven saves for the Saints (3-13, 1-9).


North 12, Brunswick 0

BRUNSWICK, Md. - Lamar Harris had 31 carries for 158 yards and a touchdown as North Hagerstown blanked Brunswick. Jarell Rodriquez also scored and Kent Worthington had an interception for the Hubs (4-2).

South 41, Clear Spring 0

Coty Grove ran for 200 yards and two touchdowns to lead South Hagerstown (5-1). Mike Santiago, Mike Bryant, Mark Bryan and Alan Mahan also scored for the Rebels. Clear Spring falls to 1-5-1.

Smithsburg 28 Williamsport 12

WILLIAMSPORT - Andrew Bohan threw touchdown passes to Dustin Mitchell and Matt Thompson to lead Smithsburg over Williamsport. Troy Bradnor and Chad Brown each ran for a touchdown for Smithsburg (4-2).


North 46, Brunswick 0

BRUNSWICK, Md. - Marcus Scott had 205 rushing yards and scored four touchdowns as North remained unbeaten with a rout of Brunswick. Logan Kelso threw touchdown passes to Dee Mency and Mark Dattilio in the win. Vernon Valentine also ran for a score for the Hubs (6-0).

Smithsburg 20 Williamsport 6

WILLIAMSPORT - Vaughn Zimmerman rushed for 60 yards and caught a touchdown pass from Andrew Minella, but Williamsport fell to Smithsburg. Zimmerman also blocked a punt in the loss.


Shepherd 3, Salem 0

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W. Va. - Taylor Darnley had eight kills and 10 digs as Shepherd College swept Salem International in WVIAC action, 30-23, 20-24, 30-20.

Lauren Durbin also had eight kills, while Gen Wilson had 13 digs, Susanna Hill had 12 and Megan Bowman added 10 for the Rams (12-8, 9-3). Nicole Morgan had 37 assists in the win.


Cross country registration

The Mountain Express Youth Track and Field Club is hosting an open cross country meet at Smithsburg High School on Oct. 26. Registration starts at noon; course walk begins at 1 p.m. and races starts at 2. The cost is $3 for runners 14-and-under, $5 for all others. Medals will be awarded to the top three finishers in each age group. For more information, contact Jan Price at 301-293-4219.

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