Wildcats boys get West win

November 03, 2004


1A West Quarterfinals

CUMBERLAND, Md. - Phil Jordan scored in overtime to lead Williamsport past Allegany in a Class 1A West Quarterfinal, 2-1. Seth Shrader added a goal for the Wildcats while Danny Gossard and Jordan each had an assist.

Walkersville 8, South 0

Md. 2A West Quarterfinals

WALKERSVILLE, Md. - Tyler Redick scored two goals to lead Walkersville in its shutout win over South Hagerstown. Michael Smith, Jody Crum, Eric Blackwell, Michael Foucault, Philip Cunningham and Ben Seidel each added a goal for the Wildcats (11-4) while Patrick Skovira recorded the shutout in goal.


Williamsport 1, Allegany 0

1A West Quarterfinals

CUMBERLAND, Md. - Julie Hancock scored on an assist from Erin Moyer for Williamsport as it edged past Allegany. Catie Vancour had 10 saves in goal for the Wildcats.

Northern 3, Clear Spring 0

ACCIDENT, Md. - Jackie Hornbaker had 11 saves for Clear Spring (1-14) in its loss to Northern Garrett.



Wheeling Jesuit 1, Shepherd 0

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Ryan Ferns scored in the 44th minute to lift Wheeling Jesuit over Shepherd University in the West Virginia Conference quarterfinals.

Robert Pence made two saves for the Rams, who finished 11-4-5 on the season.


Rams' Schmitt gains national honors

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Shepherd University sophomore Ricky Schmitt was named Special Teams Player of the Week by and NCAA II Co-Special Teams Player of the Week by Don Hansen's National Weekly Football Gazette.

Schmitt kicked field goals of 43 and 23 yards in the Rams' 47-7 victory over Concord on Saturday. He also averaged 43.1 yards per punt on his eight punts, including a 60-yarder, and pinned Concord inside the 20-yard line three times. The 43-yard field goal was the longest in West Virginia Conference play this season.


Rams picked eighth

PRINCETON, W.Va. - Shepherd University's women's basketball team was picked to finish eighth in the West Virginia Conference, according to a poll of conference coaches. Only four players return for the Rams this season.

Charleston was picked to finish first, garnering five first-place votes. Glenville State (four first-place votes), Fairmont State (three), West Liberty State (3) and West Virginia State round out the top five.

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