Local Roundup

December 04, 2003


Hagerstown CC 79 Anne Arundel CC 40

ARNOLD, Md. - Veronica Johnson had a career-high 19 points and six steals to lead Hagerstown Community College past Anne Arundel Community College in its Maryland JuCo opener.

Marquita Polhill led Hagerstown with eight rebounds to go with her eight points. Kristy Long dished out four assists and tallied nine points for the Hawks (5-1, 1-0).

Whitney Crankfield led Anne Arundel with 13 points and Victoria Alexander added 10 in the loss.


Greencastle 67 Fairfield 50

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Clayton Marquiss had 21 points and seven blocks as Greencastle-Antrim rolled past Fairfield.

Eric Burkholder had 18 points and Chris Kiser added 12 for the Blue Devils (2-1).


Everett 52 McConnellsburg 36

McCONNELSBURG, Pa. - Everett outscored McConnellsburg 30-16 in the second and third quarters and defeated the Spartans in the Sideling Hill League.

Amy Cessna was just two blocked shots shy of a triple-double for the Warriors, totalling 22 points, 20 rebounds and eight blocks.


Jade Anthony led McConnellsburg (0-2) with 22 points and Tami Ulsh grabbed eight rebounds in the loss.

Farifield 55

Greencastle 25

FAIRFIELD, Pa. - Lauren Beckley had 19 points and Meg Bittle added 11 as Fairfield strolled past Greencastle-Antrim in the season opener for the Mid-Penn schools.

The Blue Devils (0-1) made just 5 of 18 free throws and scored only 12 points in the final three quarters of play. Kris Root hauled in a team-high nine rebounds in the loss.


Ritchey earns honors

Shepherd College sophomore forward Jamie Ritchie was named to the 2003 National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-Great Lakes Region Men's Soccer Team.

Ritchie, a First Team All-Region choice in 2002, led the Rams in scoring with 11 goals and four assists for 26 points.

Shepherd finished the year with a 9-8-3 overall record for its second straight winning season.


Mack Truck 27

Crazy Horse 0

Scott Clark threw three touchdowns passes and ran for another to lead Mack Truck past Crazy Horse in the to capture its first Washington County Flag Football League Championship.

Ariel Bell, Emit Holman and Dean Green each had TD receptions for Mack. Jason Johnson led the defense with four interceptions and Shawn Ferguson recorded three sacks in the win.


Wash. Co. Flag Football

The Washington County Flag Football League is looking for teams and players for its 2004 season. All league games are played on Saturdays at Marty Snook Park. Anyone interested should contact G.E. Ingram at 301-432-0056.

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