Gaels go wire-to-wire in victory

December 15, 2003


OAKLAND, Md. - St. Maria Goretti led from start to finish in its 47-42 win over Southern Garrett Saturday evening.

The Gaels (4-2) received a 13-point, six-rebound effort from Joey Spierenburg and a 10-point, six-rebound game from Mike Nelson. Trevor Cobb dished out five assists for Goretti, which weathered a late surge by the Rams.

Corey Tressler led Southern with 21 points.

Gettysburg 49 Waynesboro 37

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Waynesboro forced 20 turnovers but failed to capitalize, hitting on just 3 of 18 shots from beyond the arc as the Indians fell to Gettysburg.

Kevin Sanders led Waynesboro (1-4) with 10 points, while Bryce Rodgers had nine and Earl Hewitt added eight.

Chris Petrie had 14 points and Terrick Sistrunk had 12 for Gettysburg.


Poolesville 60, Brunswick 32

BRUNSWICK, Md. - Leah McCallum had 15 points and 16 rebounds for the Railroaders in a loss. Brianne Walters had seven rebounds and five blocks for Brunswick (0-3).

FSK 52, Smithsburg 48

SMITHSBURG - Tara Knable had 18 points and seven rebounds in the Leopards' loss to Francis Scott Key on Friday night.

Tara Bywaters had 12 points and Shannon Fowkes had six assists for Smithsburg (0-3).


Catoctin 35 Smithsburg 33, OT


Jefferson boys, girls defeat Milbrook

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Stephen Alemar won the 50-yard freestyle in 25.45 seconds and the 100 freestyle in 1 minute, 1.06 seconds to lead the Jefferson boys past Milbrook (Va.) 123-39 at Shepherd College.

Jade Zagarella won the 50-yard freestyle in 29.81 and the 100 butterfly in 1:19.47 to lead the Jefferson girls team to a 126-43 victory.

It was the first meet of the season for Jefferson.

Hedgesville tops Clarke Co.

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Cara Wilke (50-yard free, 100 free, 200 free relay, 400 free relay) won four events, while Missy Stambaugh (200 free, 200 medley relay, 400 free relay) and Cleo Kritikos (100 back, 200 medley relay, 400 free relay) each won three to lead Hedgesville's girls past Clarke County (Va.) 63-29 at Shepherd College.

Katie Wilke (50 free, 100 free) and Lisa Sandford (200 medley relay, 200 free relay) each won two events for the Eagles, 2-0 in dual meets.

Vic Arvon won four events (50 free, 100 free, 200 medley relay, 200 free relay) as Hedgesville's boys won, 59-14.

Ritchey Cochran (100 breaststroke, 200 medley relay, 200 free relay), Clayton Haines (500 free, 200 medley relay, 400 free relay) and Joe Danner (100 back, 200 medley relay, 200 free relay) each won three events. Patrick Ditto (200 free, 400 free relay) and Caleb Pearson (200 free relay, 400 free relay) won twice each for Hedgesville, 1-1 in dual meets.


Mercersburg drops two in Flanagan Invitational

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Gilman School (Md.) won the Tom Flanagan Invitational with a 6-1 victory over Woodbury Forest Academy (Va.).

Host Mercersburg Academy lost in the first round to Pittsburgh Shadyside 6-1 and in the consolation round to Blair Academy (N.J.), 7-0.

Mercersburg's lone individual winner was Lee Banta.


HCC 86, Rockland 63

CUMBERLAND, Md. - Hagerstown Community College used a 14-0 spurt early in the second half to defeat Rockland Community College (N.Y.) in the Pepsi Christmas Classic at Allegany College.

Rexson Kenley scored 24 points for HCC (9-0), including four 3-pointers. James Cook had 12 points and Thomas Johnson added 10 for the Hawks. Malachi Banks had eight assists.


Rams' Dudinski, Garrison gain All-Region honors

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Shepherd College sophomore return specialist Dustin Dudinski and senior offensive tackle Eric Garrison were named to the All-Northeast Region Team.

Dudinski received second-team honors for a second straight season. He led the West Virginia Conference with a 14.4-yard punt return average and was fifth with a 28.7 kickoff return average. He returned both a punt and a kickoff for touchdowns.

Garrison was an honorable mention selection after making the second team last year.

Garrison anchored an offensive line that led the way for running backs Alex Herbert (991 yards) and Travis Lynch (553 yards).

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