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Preps Area Results

September 14, 2006

GIRLS TENNIS



East Pennsboro 6, James Buchanan 1 at Mercersburg, Pa.



Singles - 1. Kathryn Werner (EP) d. Beth Hawbaker, 6-3, 6-2; 2. Shannon Kelley (EP) d. Jannill Sites, 6-1, 6-2; 3. Erin Freeman (EP) d. Lauren Dovey, 6-4, 6-3; 4. Rachel Hoffnagle (EP) d. Lark Plessinger, 6-2, 6-1; 5. Renee Guida (EP) d. Janelle Weir, 6-1, 7-5.

Doubles - 1. Hoffnagel-Tatge (EP) d. Hawbaker-Dovey, 7-6 (7-4), 6-7 (7-4), 10-7; 2. Sites-Plessinger (JB) d. Alger-Miller, 7-6 (7-5), 5-7, 10-7.




PREP GOLF



Berkeley Springs 163, Petersburg 172, Moorefield 202, East Hardy 232 at Cacapon, par 36



Berkeley Springs: Robbie Williams 38, A.J. Blankenship 40, Travis McCoy 42, Adam Wilson 43.

Petersburg: Lucas Geary 37.

Moorefield: Kyle Reedy 49.

East Hardy: Steve White 48.

Records: Berkeley Springs 35-8.

Mid-Penn Colonial at Eagle Crossing, par 72



Team Scores: Chambersburg 382, Cumberland Valley 412, Waynesboro 423, Carlisle 448, Cedar Cliff 452, Gettysburg 504

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Waynesboro: Derek Baker 72, Jake Wetzel 79, Alec Kessler 89, Lucas Franki 89, Liz Breed 94.

Chambersburg: Clayton Rotz 67.

Smithsburg 183, Catoctin 185 at Maple Run, par 36



Smithsburg: Sean Henson 41, A.J. Minnich 43, Brandon Keefer 47, Paul Stavrakus 51

Catoctin: Andrew Goss 41, Dustin Bonnie 47, Evan Linton 47, Jared Fahnestock 50.

Record: Catoctin 0-5.

North 178, Brunswick 183 at Black Rock, par 36



North Hagerstown: Steve Hutzell 40, Tyler Fairley 45, Adam Yost 46, Conner Spessard 47.

Brunswick: Andy Alger 45, Chaz Wagner 50.

Record: North 2-1.




BOYS CROSS COUNTRY



Potomac 26, St. Andrews 42 St. James 77, Maret 96 at SAINT JAMES



1. Johns Ross (PS) 17:27.00; 2. Stephen Serene (PS) 17:45; 3. Joe Peterson (SA) 18:09; 4. Tom Belikove (SA) 18:22; 5. Dean Young (SJ) 19:04; 6. Kenzan Tanabe (PS) 19:11; 7. Dylan Thayer (SA) 19:16; 8. Ted Watson (PS) 19:32; 9. Vincent Parenti (PS) 19:35; 10 Chris Danello (MS) 19:37.

Notes: Ross set a course record. Previous record: 18:20.52 by Mercersburg Academy's Ethan Harvey in 2005.

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