Local roundup - Warriors girls have a time against the Knights

September 29, 2004


BOONSBORO - Jessie Ambrose had 20 service points, 14 assists and five kills Tuesday to lead No. 5 Boonsboro to a sweep of Middletown, 25-14, 25-14, 25-4.

Caitlyn Selby had 19 service points and 11 kills and Kasi Harris had five kills and three blocks for the Warriors (6-0).

JV: Boonsboro 2, Middletown 0.

No. 6 J. Buchanan 3, Scotland 0

SCOTLAND, Pa. - Tiff Hunsberger had 14 service points and 20 digs to lead James Buchanan to a Mid-Penn Capital sweep of Scotland, 25-9, 25-6, 25-9.

Jess Snyder had 17 service points and 11 kills and Erica Helfrick had 25 assists for the Rockets (10-1). Ashleigh Helfrick also had 11 kills.

Jefferson 3, Goretti 0

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. - Mary Rebert had seven service points and Gabby Turano had five service points and three kills for St. Maria Goretti (0-8) in the Gaels' 25-20, 25-7, 25-11 loss to Jefferson.

Grace 3, Heritage 2

Katie Kendall had 12 service points and 17 digs as Grace Academy beat Heritage Academy 25-8, 16-25, 25-14, 23-25, 16-14 in the Mason Dixon Christian Conference.

Kristin Serafini had 14 assists for the Knights (10-0, 10-0), while Megan Cox had 18 digs.

Heather Stamper had 20 kills for the Eagles (6-4, 5-4) while Whitney Schlimgen had 24 digs and Jessica Thurber had 12 assists.

Broadfording 3, Calvary Christian 1

Becca Connor had 32 assists and 13 service points for Broadfording as the Lions defeated Calvary Christian 25-21, 21-25, 25-18, 25-20 in the MDCC.

Tina Connor added 18 kills for the Eagles while Cindel Young had 16 kills and five service points.

Waynesboro 3, Big Spring 1

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Waynesboro knocked off Big Spring in four games, 25-17, 19-25, 25-17, 25-23.


Shepherd 3, Alderson-Broaddus 0

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Grace Academy graduates Susanna Hill and Lauren Durbin each had 11 kills as Shepherd University swept Alderson-Broaddus 34-32, 30-17, 30-21, snapping a five-game losing streak against the Battlers.

Taylor Darnley had 20 digs, Megan Bowman had 18 and Hill added 14 for the Rams (9-10, 6-1 WVIAC). Holly Everhart had 12 kills and North Hagerstown grad Nicole Morgan had 44 assists.


Century 21/Broad Axe take third

MONTGOMERY, Ala. - Century 21/Broad Axe of the Hub City League placed third out of 94 teams at the Hooter's ASA Class C Men's Slow-Pitch National Championships last weekend.

Chad Lord was named to the All-America First Team, leading the team to a 6-2 record with an .853 batting average. Mic Byers, Kenny Deeds, Eric Leather and Steve Ebberts were named to the Second Team.

Moose/ReMax finishes fifth

Funkstown Moose/ReMax picked up where it left off last year and went one better by finishing fifth last weekend in the ASA Men's Class D National Tournament in Owensburg, Ky.

Three players were named second-team All-Americans while Funkstwon Moose/ReMax became one of two teams in the country to finish in the top 10 in each of the last two tournaments. Funkstown Moose/ReMax finished ninth in 2003 while playing in Las Vegas.

Funkstown Moose/Remax swept through five games on Saturday to reach the round of 16 undefeated before losing two games on Sunday to be knocked out of the 143-team, double-elimination tournament.

Scott Remsburg, Bob Tritch and Brent Raley, all of Hagerstown, earned the All-American honors. Remsburg hit .750 for the tournament while Raley hit .700 and Tritch amassed a .625 average.

Funkstown Moose/ReMax rolled through the first day of competition defeating Bauer Construction of Indiana, 16-5; Coach House Garage of Connecticut, 14-5; Jacoby Construction of New Jersey, 16-5; Tyler Trucking of Charleston, W.Va., 6-4; and Trilogy Construction of New Jersey 13-6 to be one of the eight undefeated teams to advance to Sunday's action.

But J&S Masonry of Fredericksburg, Va., sent Funkstown Moose/ReMax to the losers' bracket with a 12-6 loss before Tyler Trucking came back to eliminate them with a 20-9 decision.

Rick Scriever hit .571 in the tournament for Funkstown Moose/ReMax, while Mark Fine and Curty Myers hit .565 each.


HJBL registration

The Hagerstown Junior Basketball League will be holding registration for the 2003-04 season beginning Saturday at Routzahn's in the Long Meadow Shopping Center from 9:30-11:30 a.m.

All players, new and returning, must present a birth certificate during registration to play. To be eligible, players must be 14 years of age or under on Dec. 31 and be enrolled in school, grades 4-8.

Other registration dates and locations include: Oct. 5 at Bester Elementary on South Potomac Street, 6-8 p.m.; Oct. 6 at Chick-Fil-A on Wesel Boulevard, 6-8 p.m.; Oct. 9 at Fairgrounds Park, noon-4 p.m.

For more information, contact Ken Welch at 301-733-9156, George Stottlemyer at 301-797-4537 or Dick Sheridan at 301-790-2443.

Clear Spring basketball sign-ups

The Clear Spring League will be holding sign-ups for the 2004 basketball season tonight at Fort Ritchie Gymnasium from 7-8:30 p.m. and Sunday from 5-7 p.m.

The CSL has an elementary league for boys and girls in grades five and six and an instructional league for boys and girls in second and third grades.

The instructional league features Co-Ed teams that play one night per week with a sign-up fee of $30. The elementary league has separate divisions for boys and girls and each plays several times per week with a sign-up fee of $60.

For more information, contact Jave Barvir at 301-824-6117.

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