Preps Area Roundup

September 27, 2006


Williamsport turns back No. 3 Boonsboro, 4-3

BOONSBORO - Jessica Palmer, Morgan Smith, Leah Mellott and Adria Moyer each scored a goal as Williamsport upset No. 3 Boonsboro 4-3 on Tuesday.

Alexis Bryan had 14 saves for the Wildcats (2-3).

Lauren Hensley had two goals and Jessica Jordan had one for Boonsboro. Katie Reese and Jamie Bingamen each had an assist for the Warriors (4-2).

JV: Boonsboro, 1-0.

No. 2 North 4, Brunswick 0

Alluka Ogle-Moore scored two goals as North Hagerstown defeated Brunswick.

Maria Borland had a goal and an assist for the Hubs (6-0), while Stephanie Borland had a goal and Carly Colella had an assist.


No. 4 Jefferson 5, Goretti 0

Katie Perry had two goals and Jefferson outshot Goretti 27-7 in an Apple Valley League victory.

Jenny Perry, Julie Adams and Kaitlyn Mahoney each added a goal for the Cougars.

Andrew Buckner had 18 saves for the Gaels (1-10, 1-8).

No. 5 Clear Spring 4, South 1

CLEAR SPRING - Carley Snyder had two goals and an assist as Clear Spring defeated South Hagerstown.

Goalkeeper Elizabeth Andrews scored on a penalty kick for the Blazers (3-3), while Morgan McIntire also scored and Elizabeth DeBold had an assist.

Lauren Marriner scored for the Rebels, and Brittany Shadrach had 13 saves.

JV: Clear Spring, 2-0.


No. 3 Greencastle 5, Trinity 0

CAMP HILL, Pa. - Jaren Gembe had three goals and Treavor Gelsinger added a goal and three assists as Greencastle shut out Trinity.

Mac Frederick scored a goal and Josh Higman had an assist for the Blue Devils (11-2, 6-1 Mid-Penn Capital).

St. Andrews 5, St. James 2

POTOMAC, Md. - Gino Rosignano and Wei-Ta Chen scored goals, Cullen Garrity and Bennett Opitz each added an assist and Opitz had six saves for St. James (2-5-1, 0-4 MAC).

The Saints also completed a suspended game with St. Andrew's from Sept. 16, losing 2-1 in overtime.

Smithsburg 6, Catoctin 2

THURMONT, Md. - Mark Bomend and Josh Edwards scored two goals apiece for Smithsburg, which outshot Catoctin, 20-5.

Ryan Keller had a goal and two assists, David Kurz added a goal and an assist and Jake Staebler recorded two saves for the Leopards (4-4).

Brian Leatherman had a goal and an assist, Graham Ewing scored and Jacob Rich had seven saves for Catoctin.

Boonsboro 4, Williamsport 3

WILLIAMSPORT - Justin Gardenhour, Jesse Buchman and Brandon Barlow scored a goal each, while Michael Reyes had two assists for Williamsport.

JV: Williamsport, 3-1.

Brunswick 3, North Hagerstown 2

BRUNSWICK, Md. - Brandon Wilson's penalty kick in the 63rd minute broke a 2-2 tie for Brunswick. Thomas Golian and Shawn Baker also scored for the Railroaders.

Ben Crampton and Michael Baer had a goal each for the Hubs.

JV: North, 5-1.

Grace 2, CVCS 1

Pat Salvagno and Nick Bunting each scored as Grace Academy edged Cumberland Valley Christian in a Mason Dixon Christian Conference game.

Andy Lytle had an assist for the Knights (7-1-1, 6-1-1).

Tyler Larson scored for the Blazers (9-2-2).

Camp Hill 1, James Buchanan 0

CAMP HILL, Pa. - Camp Hill's Ben Donowitz scored the only goal.

James Nardi recorded eight saves for the Rockets (4-6).

JV: JB, 3-2.

Berkeley Springs 5, Petersburg 1

PETERSBURG, W.Va. - Devin Walsh scored three goals and Josh Wise added two goals and two assists for Berkeley Springs on Monday.

Matt Martin, Ian Whibley and Peter Welch each had an assist, while Matt Sugg had four saves for the Indians (5-4-5).


Due to a reporter's error, a Waynesboro boys soccer player was misidentified in a story on D1 in Tuesday's Morning Herald.

That player was Jordan Taylor, who recorded an assist on Waynesboro's second goal in a 3-1 victory over James Buchanan on Monday.

The Herald apologizes for the error.


Indians qualify for states

ROANOKE, W.Va. - Berkeley Springs' season is not over.

The Indians qualified for the West Virginia Class AA State Tournament as a team on Tuesday, posting a four-man score of 361, five strokes behind defending state champion Grafton.

The Class AA finals will be played Oct. 3-4 on the Robert Trent Jones Course at the Speidel Club in Wheeling, W.Va.

A.J. Blankenship led the scoring with nines of 42 for an 84. Travis McCoy had a 91 and Adam Wilson and Ryan Redick each had a 93 on the difficult Arnold Palmer Course at Stonewall Resort.

Of the 40 golfers in the tournament, 22 shot 100 or above.

"This is a great showing for the guys to be only five shots behind (Grafton)," said Berkeley Springs coach Dale McCumbee. "A.J. did a great job but one of the things was having consistency in the 90s."


No. 1 Musselman 3, Martinsburg 0

INWOOD, W.Va. - Kristen Kisner had 15 service points, including two aces, while Alyse Custer had eight kills and Danielle Felicio added six digs as Musselman (15-2) swept Martinsburg, 25-12, 25-10, 25-6.

No. 3 Greencastle 3, Steel-High 0

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Kaytie Johnson had 11 aces to lead Greencastle-Antrim over Steel-High, 25-5, 25-7, 25-9.

Kortney Eshleman had nine aces for the Blue Devils (7-0), while Sabrina Harbaugh had seven aces.

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