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Area roundup - Spence wins C&O Run again

August 28, 2005

RUNNING


WILLIAMSPORT - Former Olympian Steve Spence came from behind in the final mile to overtake Micheal Wardian to win his third consecutive title at the 24th annual Gary Brown Memorial C&O Canal 5-Mile Run on Saturday.

Spence, the 43-year-old head track coach at Shippensburg University, won the overall and men's masters title with a time of 25:20, 13 seconds better than Wardian, the defending Frederick Marathon medalist.

North Hagerstown senior Hemu Arumugam finished sixth overall in 28:59 to win his third straight high school title.

The women's race finished in a tie as Susan Graham-Gray of Greencastle, Pa., and Amy Blanco of Hagerstown, crossed the finish line while holding hands in 31:26.

The pair finished four seconds ahead of Maria Spinnler, who took the masters title.

Cayce Troxel, 15 of Winchester, Va., won the high school title.




GIRLS SOCCER


Berk. Springs 2, Goretti 1

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - Corrie Riffle and Jordan Reedy each scored an unassisted goal in the first half to lead Berkeley Springs to a victory over St. Maria Goretti.

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Jessica Vanorsdale made 29 saves for the Indians (3-0).

Catherine Whitley scored the only goal for the Gaels.

University 1, Martinsburg 0

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - The Bulldogs managed just eight shots on goal in their loss to University.

Morgan Hunley made 20 saves for Martinsburg (2-1-1).




COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL


HCC off to fast start

GREENSVILLE, N.C. - Hagerstown Community College opened its volleyball season with three wins in the Pitt-Greensville Tournament.

The Hawks downed Lenoir (N.C.) Community College, 30-13, 30-24; Cape Fear (N.C.) Community College, 30-15, 30-18, and Howard (Md.) Community College, 30-26, 30-16. In today's semifinals, HCC meets Pitt-Greensville.

Lindsey Plotner had 17 kills and 6 aces, Karey Toms had 18 kills and 21 digs, Staci Grabill had 73 assists and 7 aces, Katie Spoonire had 23 kills and 14 digs and Savannah Wetzel had 11 aces and 35 digs for the Hawks.

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