Area roundup - Hubs close season by beating Lions

October 23, 2003


WALKERSVILLE, Md. - Jessica Watters and Kelsey Brasher each scored for No. 1 North Hagerstown, as the Hubs closed out their regular season with a 2-1 win over No. 10 Walkersville on Wednesday night.

Christine Wason and Courtney Whorton each had an assist for North (14-1).

Gina Casadei scored for Walkersville.

Goretti 2, St. James 0

Emily Favret and Kristen Kamas each scored a goal to lead St. Maria Goretti past St. James. Favret also had an assist, while Cathleen Costello had nine saves for Goretti.


No. 7 Mercersburg 2 St. Maria Goretti 0

Eric Rahauser and Austin Mort each scored for Mercersburg Academy, as the Blue Storm shut out St. Maria Goretti.

John Hillergren and Matt Diller each had an assist for Mercersburg (6-5-2), while Kevin Brashears had 28 saves for Goretti (9-11).


JV: Mercersburg, 6-0.

No. 10 Walkersville 2 Linganore 1

NEW MARKET, Md. - Brian Beard and Tyler Redick both scored in Walkersville's victory over Linganore.

Robert Zender and Andrew Perez had an assist apiece, while Patrick Skovira recorded six saves for the Lions (7-6-1).

Grace 5, Heritage 1

Ryan Myers had three goals and an assist and Jordan Hanft had a goal and three assists to lead Grace Academy over Heritage Academy on Tuesday.

David Hardcastle added a goal and Darren Sweeney an assist for Grace (15-4), while Jack Sharkey had five saves.


No. 2 McConnellsburg 3 Northern Bedford 0

LOYSBURG, Pa. - Gretchen Swope had 17 service points and Kara Carmack had 15 kills and three blocks to lead McConnellsburg to the 25-10, 25-4, 25-10 win over Northern Bedford.

Jade Anthony had 15 service points, Lindsay Lininger had 13 kills and three blocks and Heidi Swope had 26 assists for the Spartans (20-1).

JV: McConnellsburg, 2-0.

Catoctin 3, Clear Spring 0

THURMONT, Md. - Katie Campbell had 11 assists, four aces, three kills and three digs for Catoctin, as the Cougars swept Clear Spring, 25-15, 25-19, 25-22.

Kelly Stiles added seven kills, six aces and five digs, and Heather Hagelin had three kills, 10 assists and two digs for Catoctin (6-7).

Berk. Springs 3, Hancock 1

HANCOCK - The Indians improved to 7-9 with a 25-11, 25-20, 23-25, 25-18 win over the Panthers (3-9).

Jenna Demory had 16 points and 24 assists for Hancock, while Kristine Mellott had eight kills and Amber Moats had seven kills.

JV: Hancock, 2-1.

Broadfording 3, New Life 2

Tina Conner had 19 kills and 14 service points, including nine aces, to lead Broadfording past New Life, 25-17, 25-16, 20-25, 21-25, 15-8.

Cyndel Young had 11 kills for the Lions (18-4, 15-2 MDCC), while Jessie Faith had five aces and four kills and Becca Conner and Leslie Brown each had 13 assists.


HCC 3, Anne Arundel 0

Megan Miller led Hagerstown Community College to a 30-18, 30-20, 30-22 sweep of Ann Arundel with 11 kills, three aces and 14 digs. Keri Jackson had 17 kills and seven digs for the Hawks (23-3), while Shea Storms had 41 assists.


Boonsboro 60 Clear Spring 12

Kyle Kane ran for 187 yards and three touchdowns and Matt Rhoderick ran for 101 yards and two TDs for Boonsboro (1-6), while David Harmon, Michael DeBarge, Matt Wetzel and Brett Nalley each ran for a touchdown. Matt Cool and Derek Dyer both returned kicks for TDs for Clear Spring.

South 27, Williamsport 0

Mark Bryan threw for 120 yards and a touchdown to lead South. Joey Maas, Alan Mahan, Mason Tunning and Coty Grove each added a touchdown for South (6-1).

Smithsburg 38 Brunswick 27

Dustin Mitchell led the Leopards with two touchdowns, while Chad Brown, Troy Bradner and Matt Thompson each had one for Smithsburg (5-2).


South 36, Williamsport 0

Josh McNabb ran for 100 yards and two touchdowns, Matt Campbell had 100 yards rushing and a TD and Tristan Mitchell and Marcellus Sumlin each scored for South.


Northwestern 2 Clear Spring 1


Shepherd to hold Blue-Gold scrimmage

The Shepherd College men's basketball team will hold a Blue-Gold intrasquad scrimmage on Saturday in the Butcher Athletic Center at approximately 4:30 p.m.

The game, which will begin 15 minutes after the end of the Shepherd-West Liberty football game at Ram Stadium, is open to the public. Admission is free.

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