Traylor completed 9 of 12 passes for 173 yards and four scores, the fourth a 27-yard strike to senior Scott Ritter in the third quarter.
Ritter, John Magro and Bart Sapp keyed the Vikings' defense with three tackles each as St. John's-PH held Maret's offense to only three first downs and six yards.
Sherando 26, Musselman 17
STEPHENS CITY, Va. - Sherando scored 26 points in the fourth quarter and beat Musselman on Friday night.
Musselman, which led 10-0 with six minutes left, trailed 12-10 with four minutes remaining before Rusty Riner returned a kickoff 89 yards for a 17-12 Applemen lead.
Musselman went up 3-0 on Cory Smith's 36-yard field goal in the second quarter and took a 10-0 lead early in the fourth on Ethan Frantz's 3-yard touchdown run.
Shon Jackson rushed for 102 yards on 19 carries for Musselman (1-2).
Sherando improved to 1-1.
Martinsburg 2, Parkersburg South 0
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Laurel Bobo and Kristen Marshall each notched one goal and one assist to lead Martinsburg past Parkersburg South.
Ashley Ausherman also had an assist and goalie Morgan Hunley had 17 saves for the Bulldogs (3-3-1).
JV: Martinsburg, 1-0.
St. James 3, McConnellsburg 1
McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - Junior Zoe Morgens had one goal and one assist to lead St. James over McConnellsburg.
Kelsey Hilton and Fatimah Jefferson also scored for the Saints (2-2). Goalie Allison Marriot recorded nine saves.
The Spartans drop to 1-2 on the season.
Mercersburg 3, Jefferson 1
MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Mercersburg opened its season with a victory over Jefferson.
JV: Jefferson 5, Mercersburg 1.
Mercersburg 4, Kiski 2
MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Jordan Exeter had two goals and an assist and Leo Watanabe and Chet Tippen each added a goal as Mercersburg opened its season with a victory over Kiski.
PREP FIELD HOCKEY
Shady Side 6, Mercersburg 0
MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Mercersburg lost its season opener.
Grace wins championship
ST. JAMES - Sophomore Lauren Cox led Grace Academy with 21 service points, including six aces, as the Knights beat Berkeley Springs 22-25, 25-23, 25-14 in the championship match to win a five-team tournament at St. James.
Kristin Serafini added 11 assists and nine kills for the Knights, and Rebecca Morgan had 12 kills.
Grace earned a spot in the championship match by beating St. Maria Goretti 25-14, 25-11 in the semifinals, while Berkeley Springs beat Clear Spring, 25-21, 25-21. Goretti beat St. James 25-12 in the play-in game.
Cox finished with 51 service points and 15 aces through nine games and was named to the all-tournament team, along with Natalie Ferratti (Goretti), Emily Pinkham (Clear Spring), Emily McCoy (Berkeley Springs) and Morgan Gish (St. James).
COLLEGE CROSS COUNTRY
HCC men finish 10th at Lebanon Valley
ANNVILLE, Pa. - Freshman Tony Clemente placed ninth overall at the Lebanon Valley Invitational, leading the Hagerstown Community College men to a 10th-place finish in the 17-team field.
Clemente covered the 8,050-meter course in 28:04. Also scoring for the Hawks were Jon Edmunds (20th, 28:33), Alex Shifler (71st, 31:21), Jeff McCauley (91st, 32:17) and Kyle Eccard (101st, 32:46).
Freshman Marshal Lawrence, a Thomas Johnson graduate, placed 14th in 28:13 for champion Frostburg State University.
For the HCC women, which had an incomplete team, Ashley Lockard was 11th (21:14), Ashley Colbert 52nd (23:08), Kara Wastler 61st (23:21) and Carrie Johnson 101st (26:06) on the 5,100-meter course.
Snow finishes tied for 10th
MINERAL WELLS, W.Va. - Bryan Snow and Shepherd climbed both the individual and team standings on the final day of the Ohio Valley Invitational at Woodridge Plantation Golf Club.
Snow climbed nine places to finish tied for 10th place by shooting a round of 72 on the par-71 course. Starting the day in 18th place, the Rams finished 15th among 20 teams with a 612. The University of Charleston won with a 579.
Shepherd 1, Bridgewater 1
BRIDGEWATER, Va. - Brandie DeWitt scored a goal with an assist from Jamie Barthelemy to lead Shepherd.
Amy Bell recorded six saves for the Rams (0-3-1). Kim Forbes scored for Bridgewater (1-0-2).
FitzGerald wins Frederick 5K
FREDERICK, Md. - Mike FitzGerald, 50, of Hagerstown, won the Great Frederick Fair 5K, topping the field of 136 runners in 17:45.