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Area roundup - Hubs, Leopards fall in volleyball playoffs

November 08, 2005

PREP VOLLEYBALL



SYKESVILLE, Md. - Kate Zimmer had 13 kills, but North Hagerstown fell to South Carroll 30-28, 25-16, 25-20 in the Maryland Class 2A West quarterfinals on Monday night.

Kelly Toms had seven kills and Hannah Boward had 25 assists for the Hubs, who finish the season 6-9.

Fort Hill 3, Smithsburg 2



CUMBERLAND, Md. - The top-seeded Sentinels proved too tough for the Leopards to overcome on the road in the Class 1A West quarterfinals. No other information was available at press time.

Catoctin 3, Harford Tech 0



THURMONT, Md. - Becky Peters had 20 service points and 10 aces as Catoctin won in a rout, 25-7, 25-9, 25-16, in the Class 1A South quarterfinal.

Angela Stiles had 11 service points, five aces and seven kills, Becky Cuddahee had 14 digs and Monie Cudahee had 19 assists for the Cougars (10-6), who will meet Havre de Grace in the semifinals Wednesday at 5 p.m.

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Thomas Johnson 3, Blake 0



FREDERICK, Md. - Bethany Springer had six kills, four blocks, 11 digs and 16 service points to lead Thomas Johnson to a 25-21, 25-16, 25-12 win in a Class 4A North quarterfinal.

Cassie Zaleski had 23 assists, seven digs and eight service points while Michelle Bateman had eight service points and seven digs for the Patriots (14-1). Sara Hanlon had 12 kills and five blocks and Julianna Mees added eight kills, three blocks and 10 digs.

Winters Mill 3, Middletown 1



WESTMINSTER, Md. - Jill Holian had six kills and 16 digs in Middletown's Class 2A West quarterfinal loss to Winters Mill, 25-18, 24-26, 25-19, 27-25.

Erin King had 15 kills and Elli Vandegrift 11 kills for the Knights (6-10). Kyra Davis had 15 digs.




MEN'S SOCCER



Shepherd left out of D-II playoffs



INDIANAPOLIS - Shepherd University was not selected as one of three teams representing the Appalachian Region in the NCAA Division II tournament.

Top seed Carson-Newman (18-1-1), second-seeded Catawba (14-5-1) and third-seeded Tusculum (11-6-1) earned the nods.

Shepherd (17-2-2) has more victories than 21 of the 24 teams selected to the Division II tournament.

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