Hubs outlast Sentinels to reach 2A West final

November 11, 2004


North 3, Fort Hill 2

CUMBERLAND, Md. - Kaitlin Zimmer had 15 kills and nine blocks to lead North Hagerstown to an 18-25, 25-18, 25-20, 11-25, 15-10 victoy over Fort Hill in the Class 2A West semifinals.

Katie Plume had 10 kills and 33 digs, while Ariel Kifer had nine kills and 44 digs for the Hubs (14-2), who play at Liberty in the region final Friday at 7 p.m.

Catoctin 3, Havre de Grace 1

HAVRE DE GRACE, Md. - Heather Hagelin had 11 digs and seven assists to lead Catoctin past Havre de Grace 23-25, 25-14, 25-7, 25-16 in a Class 1A South semifinal match.

Monie Cuddahee added seven aces for the Cougars (10-7) while Becky Peters had five kills.

Other scores:

S. Garrett 3, Smithsburg 1

Liberty 3, S. Hagerstown 0


Thomas Johnson 3, Dulaney 2

FREDERICK, Md. - After battling to a 2-2 tie in regulation, the Maryland Class 4A North title game between Thomas Johnson and Dulaney was decided in an overtime shootout on Tuesday.


John Freed, Rob Franciscovich and Alvin Bastian each had penalty kicks for the Patriots (14-2-1), who will play Old Mill in the state semifinals at South River High School.

Tim Mehl saved a penalty kick for the win and finished with six saves. Mike Thomas and Eric Bjorndal had goals in regulation.


Mercersburg finishes strong

HIGHTSTOWN, N.J. - Mercersburg Academy made a strong showing in the Mid-Atlantic Prep League meet at Peddie School.

The Blue Storm boys finished second in the team standings, led by Griffin Burns (16:53) and Brian Moeller (17:19).

The girls team finished third, led by Madi McConnell (19:50) and Anne Spencer (20:40). Both girls received the ALL-MAPL honors.


Mills gets All-CAC honors

South Hagerstown graduate Chris Mills was one of five Salisbury University players to be named to the All-Capital Athletic Conference First Team on Tuesday.

Mills, a junior forward, had 15 goals and four assists in leading the nationally ranked Sea Gulls to an 18-0-2 record and its third straight NCAA Tournament appearance. Mills shares the conference lead in scoring and shots on goal with 34 and 73, respectively. He also had five game-winning goals.

Salisbury is ranked third in the nation and earned the conference's automatic bid to the tournament with a 1-0 over York. It was the fifth CAC title in six years for the Sea Gulls.

Knepper is All-Centennial

LANCASTER, Pa. - McDaniel College junior forward Todd Knepper was named to the All-Centennial Conference First Team on Wednesday.

Knepper, a Williamsport graduate, followed up last season's conference Honorable Mention with five goals - three of which were game-winners - and four assists to help McDaniel to a 11-6-3 record.

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