St. James girls defeat St. Maria in soccer test

October 15, 2004

Emily McCormack scored twice to lead St. James to its first win of the year, 4-3, against St. Maria Goretti in Apple Valley League action on Wednesday.

Stefanie Twigg and Shannon Gehrs each added a goal for the Saints (1-9-2).

Erica DiMercurio and Carissa Grove each scored for the Gaels (2-9-3), while Erin Goins recorded 11 saves.


Walkersville 2, Middletown 1

MIDDLETOWN, Md. - Ben Gould scored two unassisted goals, the second coming in the second minute of the second overtime period, to lift Walkersville (8-3, 4-1) past Middletown in the MVAL Piedmont.

Ben McMunn scored a goal off an assist from Chris Riggin to tie the game at 1-1 in the 67th minute for Middletown (5-7, 2-3).

Mercersburg 5, Hedgesville 0

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Damola Akinade scored two goals for Mercersburg Academy as the Blue Storm beat Hedgesville.

Matt Diller, Stephon Fullerton and John Marino each added a goal for Mercersburg (6-3-0), which outshot the Eagles (8-7-1), 24-8.

CVCS 4, Broadfording 3

Alan Myers, Zach Fraker and Andy Lytle each had a goal for Broadfording in its MDCC loss to Cumberland Valley Christian (6-7-1).

Brian Snyder and John Lytle combined for 11 saves in goal for the Lions (5-7-2, 2-7-2).


Mercersburg 3, CVCS 1

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Cree Riley had 11 blocks, 11 service points, seven aces and four kills to lead Mercersburg Academy to a 25-21, 25-16, 23-25, 25-14 victory over Maryland School for the Deaf.

Caity Barnes had six kills and five blocks, while Libby Miga had 14 digs for the Blue Storm (7-1).


South Hagerstown 42, Clear Spring 0: Patrick Mertz caught two touchdown passes, Tony Bender rushed for 95 yards and a touchdown, Brock Jamison and Matt Campbell scored touchdowns and Brandon Martinez returned a fumble for a touchdown for the Rebels (6-0-1).

Boonsboro 53, Catoctin 0: Kyle Kane scored four touchdowns to lead Boonsboro (2-3-1), while Matt Wetzel, Chris Selby and Ryan McClean each added a touchdown.


North Hagerstown 26, Brunswick 14: Justin Donaldson rushed for 191 yards and four touchdowns for North Hagerstown. Nathan Harden and Steve Younker each added an interception for the Hubs (6-0-1), while Dee Wilson had three sacks.

Williamsport 26, Smithsburg 6: Brad Hewitt had two touchdowns runs and two interceptions, returning one for a touchdown for Williamsport (2-2-1), while Kyle McDanell added a touchdown.


Montgomery-Rockville 2, HCC 0

Montgomery-Rockville scored a goal in each half and outshot Hagerstown, 20-10.

Sean Hunt had 18 saves for HCC (6-5).

Shepherd 4, Hood College 0

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va - Dan Merold scored a goal and had an assist for Shepherd in the Rams' shutout against Hood College.

Adam Sperry, Ian Newman and Richard Smith each added a goal for the Rams (7-3-4), while Robert Pence recorded the shutout in goal.


Shepherd 5, Columbia Union 0

TAKOMA PARK, Md. - Erin Wilkinson scored a pair of goals for Shepherd as the Rams beat Columbia Union.

Erin Kinnear, Dana Kaufman and Jamie Barthelemy also scored for the Rams (6-5), while Erin DeHenzel added two assists.


Shepherd 3, West Liberty 0

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Susanna Hill had eight kills and nine digs and Kristy Cramer had eight kills to lead the Rams (14-12, 11-2) to a 30-9, 30-16, 30-9 victory. Taylor Darnley had 18 digs, Lindsay Smith had 12 digs and Nicole Morgan had 39 assists and six aces.

HCC 3, Garrett 0

Megan Miller had nine kills and eight digs, Keri Jackson had eight kills and seven digs, Staci Grabill had 36 assists and Savannah Wetzel had eight aces and 26 digs for Hagerstown Community College (9-15, 10-0) in a 30-3, 30-18, 30-17 sweep.


Longerbeam shoots hole-in-one

Drew Longerbeam shot a hole-in-one at the Black Rock Golf Course, near Hagerstown.

Longerbeam 'aced' the par-3, 160-yard seventh hole, using a pitching wedge.

It was the second career hole-in-one for Longerbeam, who has been playing golf for 33 years.

He was accompanioed on the round of golf by Randy Jamison, Mike Hollinshead and Dick Yates.

Grier shines at Doral

Hagerstown's Ashley Grier had one of her finest tournaments at the University of Central Florida, helping her team to a third-place finish in the Pat Bradley Invitational at famed Doral Country Club on the Blue Course. Grier shot 79-75-71 for a three-day 225, nine over par.

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