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Greencastle second in tournament

September 13, 2004

PREP VOLLEYBALL



McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - Greencastle finished second overall in the Lady Spartan Tournament on Saturday, finishing 4-4 in pool play and defeating Shippensburg 25-19, 25-14 in the semifinal before falling to Somerset 25-19, 22-25, 15-11 in the final.

Jessica Ritchey was named the tournament MVP, finishing with 12 aces and 41 kills. Jade Dunhour had 38 assists for the Blue Devils, while Mandi Mentzer had 78 digs and 32 service points and Whitney Meyers had 16 blocks.

CVCS second in Gladhill tourney


FREDERICK, Md. - Cumberland Valley Christian finished second in the tournament at New Life Christian, falling to Carroll Christian 15-25, 25-17, 25-15 in the final.

CVCS defeated St. John's at Prospect Hall and Calvary Baptist and lost to Greater Grace, finishing 2-1 in pool play to earn the No. 2 seed in bracket play.

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CVCS beat New Life, 25-16, 20-25, 15-11, in the semifinals to advance to the final.

Shaina Liddick had 36 kills and 11 blocks, Lauren Peterson had 23 kills, 10 blocks and 27 service points, Molly Brookens had 34 service points, 27 assists and 10 aces and Maggie Brookens had 28 service points and 15 kills for CVCS.




JV FOOTBALL



North 34, Smithsburg 16: Rashon Smallwood ran for two touchdowns and Jemar Priestley and Vernon Valentine each ran for one to lead North Hagerstown past Smithsburg in the season opener for each team.




FRESHMAN FOOTBALL



North 14, Smithsburg 14: Anthony Lee ran for a touchdown and Justin Donaldson ran for a TD and a two-point conversion for North (1-0-1).




COLLEGE FOOTBALL



Peters, Dudinski honored


Shepherd University defensive back Dan Peters was named West Virginia Conference Co-Defensive Player of the Week, while Rams kick returner Dustin Dudinski was named Special Teams Player of the Week following Shepherd's 30-27 loss to Slippery Rock on Saturday.

Peters returned two interceptions for touchdowns, scoring on returns of 34 and 78 yards. He made five tackles in the loss.

Dudinski returned a punt 78 yards for his second career punt return touchdown, and finished with 103 yards on three punt returns and 60 yards on three kickoff returns.




MEN'S SOCCER



Salem 3, Shepherd 0


SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Milan Rakic scored two goals and Marvin Huber had the other goal as Salem International blanked Shepherd (3-2-1, 0-1) in the Rams' conference opener.




WOMEN'S SOCCER



Salem 2, Shepherd 0


SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - First-half goals by Ashley Cox and Laura Toot gave Salem International a victory over Shepherd (1-2, 0-1) in the Rams' conference opener.

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