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Area Roundup - Twyman runs wild in Martinsburg victory

October 11, 2005

PREP FOOTBALL



MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Josh Twyman rushed 30 times for 236 yards and six touchdowns to lead No. 2 Martinsburg past Park View, 55-35 on Monday night.

Twyman is the area's second-leading rusher, now with 1,058 yards through seven games.

Jacquim Moore returned an interception 23 yard for a score for the Bulldogs (7-0) and Jake Seeley recovered a fumble in the end zone for another score.

Urbana 39, No. 3 Tuscarora 7



URBANA, Md. - Sean Alder scored two touchdowns to help Urbana snap Tuscarora's four-game unbeaten streak.

Tuscarora did not score on offense all night and its only touchdown came on a 90-yard kickoff return in the fourth period by John Robinson.

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St. John's 8, Boys' Latin 6



FREDERICK, Md. - Scott Ritter had three interceptions to highlight a stellar defensive effort as St. John's at Prospect Hall edged Boys' Latin in an MIAA 'B' Conference game.

The Vikings forced five turnovers overall and had four sacks. Offensively, St. John's controlled the clock and ran 66 plays to 36 plays for Boys' Latin (4-2, 3-1).

Ritter also caught six passes for 72 yards and Randal Smedley had 40 carries for 138 yards and the only touchdown for St. John's (4-1, 3-1). Smedley added three receptions for 42 yards.

Carlisle 34, Chambersburg 19



CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Tyler Perry carried 16 times for 102 yards and a touchdown for the Trojans in Chambersburg's Mid-Penn Commonwealth loss.

Perry bolted 40 yards in the third quarter to give the Trojans (1-5) their first score. Cheston Smith had scoring passes of 27 and 45 yards in the fourth quarter for Chambersburg.

Ben Thorson and Tyrese Marshall each rushed for more than 100 yards for the Thundering Herd. Thorson had early scoring runs of 15 and 3 yards as Carlisle built a 21-0 halftime lead.

Steel-High 32, Waynesboro 0



STEELTON, Pa. -Mike McKenzie rushed 30 times for 138 yards to lead Waynesboro in a loss against Steel-High in Mid-Penn Capital Division play.

The Indians dropped to 1-5, 1-3. Steel High improved to 6-0, 3-0.

South Carroll 35, Frederick 7



SYKESVILLE, Md. - Ryan Hash rushed 17 times for 122 yards and a touchdown to lead South Carroll past Frederick in an MVAL Piedmont game.

Joey Grimes added two rushing touchdowns for the Cavaliers (3-2). Jason Burns was 4 of 6 for 92 yards and a touchdown for South Carroll.

Gerald Price hauled in a 10-yard pass from Anthony Walker for the Cadets (1-4).

Trinity 42, James Buchanan 0



CAMP HILL, Pa. - Mike Connoly rushed for 87 yards and four touchdowns on 17 carries to lead Trinity in a shutout win over James Buchanan in the Mid-Penn Capital.

Jamal Smith was 5 of 13 for 103 yards and a score for the Shamrocks (3-3, 2-1).

The Rockets (2-4) were limited to 46 offensive yards and turned the ball over twice.

Other score: Susquenita 22, Greencastle 15.




PREP VOLLEYBALL



No. 3 Boonsboro 3, Brunswick 0



BOONSBORO - Lia Van Cleave had 16 assists to lead Boonsboro past Brunswick 25-6, 25-9, 5-4 in an MVAL Antietam match.

Kasi Harris and Kim Snavely had 12 digs apiece for the Warriors (7-1, 1-0) and Tara Garver added nine kills and eight aces.

Katelyn Feldman had 10 digs for Brunswick (0-11).

JV: Boonsboro, 2-0.

Southern Fulton 3, Bishop Walsh 0



HARRISBURG, Pa. - Natasha Bard had 17 service points to lead Southern Fulton to a 25-13, 25-11, 25-18 sweep over Bishop Walsh in the Sideling Hill League.

Grace McCarthy had 14 digs and seven assists for the Indians (7-6, 4-4) and Christy Hill added 10 digs. Destane Whiteside had nine service points.

JV: Southern Fulton, 2-0.

Chambersburg 3, Waynesboro 0



CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Leslie McKenzie had 16 assists in Waynesboro's 25-12, 25-13, 25-17 loss to Chambersburg.

Jill Lininger had 11 digs for the Maidens.




GIRLS SOCCER



No. 2 Smithsburg 6, Clear Spring 0



CLEAR SPRING - Cristina Young had two goals and the Leopards outshot the Blazers 18-2 as Smithsburg shut out Clear Spring in an MVAL Antietam match.

Cara Jordan, Jenna Burns, Tessa Doyle and Shelby Layman each had one goal for the Leopards (11-1-1, 6-0). Jordan, Layman and Carly Jones each had two assists for Smithsburg while Shannon Fowkes had one.

Goretti 1, No. 5 Hedgesville 0



St. Maria Goretti played stellar defense to upset Hedgesville in an Apple Valley League match.

"This is a good day for Goretti," Gaels coach Dan Durski said. "Yeah, we had a losing record (coming in), but we've played Smithsburg, North (Hagerstown), just a lot of tough out-of- conference games. Let's just say we're getting better as time progresses."

Defenders Sarah Spierenburg, Clara Spicer and Kathleen Costello combined to hold the Eagles offense to just 12 shots on goal. The Gaels have allowed as many as 52 shots in a single contest this season.

Erica DiMercurio hooked a ball into the upper left corner midway through the second half to give the Gaels (4-9-1, 4-5-1) their only goal. Andrea Buckner had 11 saves in the win. Eagles goalie Alicia Hess made six saves.

No. 7 Boonsboro 6, South Hagerstown 2



BOONSBORO - Katie Reese and Sarah Keyser each scored twice to lead Boonsboro past South Hagerstown in the MVAL Antietam.

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