Roundup - Martinsburg survives upset bid

September 25, 2004


PRINCETON, W.Va. - After a sluggish first half, No. 1 Martinsburg exploded for 42 second-half points and held Princeton to just 68 second-half yards and the Bulldogs avoided the upset, 56-36, on Friday night.

Nate Sowers totaled 350 yards - 229 passing and 121 rushing - and five touchdowns to lead Martinsburg (5-0), which trailed 20-7 at one point in the first half. Josh Twyman rushed for 122 yards and two touchdowns and Jacquin Moore and Ryan Miller each caught a touchdown in the win. Moore had 84 yards receiving and Miller added 67.

Walkersville 20, Tuscarora 18

FREDERICK, Md. - Mark Ferro rushed for three touchdowns - on runs of 47, 6 and 40 yards - as Walkersville (2-2, 1-0) held off Tuscarora (1-3, 0-1) in the MVAL Piedmont Conference opener for each team.

Trailing 20-12 in the final minute of the game, Titans quarterback Chris Castro connected with Spencer Barrick for a 60-yard TD completion to make it 20-18. But Tuscarora's attempt at the two-point conversion to tie it failed.


Eric Means rushed for 168 yards and two touchdowns for Tuscarora.

Chambersburg 24, C. Cliff 14

HIGHLAND PARK, Pa. - Clay Cummings rushed for a touchdown and threw for another as Chambersburg won its second game in four days by knocking off Cedar Cliff in Mid-Penn Commonwealth action.

Cummings completed 8 of 15 passes for 122 yards, including a 51-yard pass to Tyler Perry in the third quarter. Perry added a 32-yard touchdown run that gave the Trojans (2-2, 2-2) a 24-7 lead in the fourth quarter. Perry finished with 190 yards of total offense. Travis Schoenbeger booted a 27-yard field goal in the win.

Mose Lee and LenDale Lee each rushed for touchdowns for Cedar Cliff (1-3, 1-3).

Fort Hill 34, Musselman 0

CUMBERLAND, Md. - Kevin Page had 10 rushes for 168 yards and three touchdowns as Fort Hill rolled past Musselman.

Corey Garver caught a 10-yard touchdown pass from Branden Giffin and Josh Root added a 2-yard touchdown for the Sentinels (4-0).

Rusty Riner led Musselman (2-2) with 101 total yards, while Trevor Herbert added 53. D.J. Stephenson rushed for 56 yards in the loss.


Grace Academy 3, CVCS 1

Jordan Hanft scored twice to lead Grace Academy over Cumberland Valley Christian.

Andy Eyler also scored, while Ben Barnett and A.J. Serafini each had an assist for the Knights (7-2, 7-1). Brian Stitely and Andy Eyler combined for seven saves.

Broadfording 2, New Life 0

Broadfording scored twice in the second half for its fourth straight win.

Zach Fraker and Andy Lytle scored for Broadfording (4-4-2, 1-3-2), while Brian Snyder made 10 saves for the shutout.


Broadfording 3, New Life 0

Tina Connor had 14 kills and 14 assists and Cindel Young had 12 kills and eight service points as Broadfording swept New Life, 25-21, 25-19, 25-18.

Emily Stransky had seven kills, Leslie Brown had 12 service points and Becca Connor had 25 assists for the Lions (7-3).

Grace 3, CVCS 0

Kristin Serafini and Katie Kendall each had 14 service points as Grace Academy swept Cumberland Valley Christian 25-14, 25-19, 25-16 to remain undefeated.

Kendall also had nine digs and Serafini had seven assists for the Knights (8-0, 8-0).

Shaina Liddick had five kills for Cumberland Valley (6-3, 4-2).


HCC 2, Essex 1

BALTIMORE - Rhet Troxell and Mark Richard scored goals to lift Hagerstown Community College.

Tyler Cannon and Sean Beyard assisted on the goals, while Sean Hunt had 17 saves for HCC (3-2).


Hagerstown at Genesee Invite

BATAVIA, N.Y. - Hagerstown Community College split a pair of matches to open play the Genesee Invitational Tournament.

The Hawks fell to Vicennes 30-28, 30-27, but answered with a 30-19, 30-21 win over Onondaga to salvage the first day with a .500 record.

Keri Jackson led the way with a combined 20 kills and 10 digs. Meggie Miller had 17 digs and 14 digs, Savanah Wetzel had 27 digs and Staci Grabill had 37 assists for the Hawks.

Hagerstown (12-2) will return to action today to take on Mott and Genesee in hopes of advancing to the championship round.


Greencastle coaching vacancies

Greencastle-Antrim High School is seeking people to fill the following coaching vacancies: Assistant wrestling coach; girls head and assistant basketball coaches; and assistant baseball coach.

Greencastle-Antrim Middle School is seeking people to fill the following coaching vacancies: Boys and girls basketball coaches; assistant track and field coach; assistant volleyball coach.

Those interested should send letters of interest to the Athletic Director, Delbert Myers, at Greencastle-Antrim High School, 300 South Ridge Avenue, Greencastle, PA 17225.

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