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Area Roundup

October 08, 2006

COLLEGE V-BALL



HCC at Oakland Tournament

WATERFORD, Mich. - Hagerstown Community College took part in the Oakland Tournament, going 3-2 before falling in the semifinals to Genesee, 25-30, 30-27, 15-10.

The Hawks defeated Lake Michigan and lost to Delta on Friday. HCC swept Oakland and Alpena and lost to Henry Ford before its semifinal loss.

Jess Ambrose had 84 assists, 29 digs and five aces over both days while Karey Toms added 56 kills, 37 digs, eight aces and seven blocks for the Hawks (20-10, 7-0 Md. JuCo). Sammi Snodderly had 49 kills, 37 digs and 11 aces and Kim Snavely tallied 72 digs.

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Shepherd 3, Salem Intl. 0

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Shepherd University earned its third straight win with a 30-25, 30-23, 30-20 sweep of WVIAC opponent Salem International (10-14, 6-6).

Kori Ford and Emily McCoy each recorded seven kills, Ashlee Allen added five kills, nine digs and three aces and Emma Bullock had five kills and nine digs for the Rams (7-14, 5-4).




RUNNING



Spinnler wins Masters mile

FREDERICK, Md. - Maria Spinnler, 44, of Hagerstown won her fifth straight women's Masters (40-and-over) title at the Market Street Mile.

Spinnler was also the third overall female in 5:29.

Area athletes win GAR titles

CUMBERLAND, Md. - Jaime Dick, 35, of Williamsport and Angie Rhoderick-McKinley, 24, of Hagerstown were the men's and women's champions at the Great Allegany Run 5K

Dick's winning time was 17:37. Mike FitzGerald, 51, of Hagerstown was the runner-up and Masters champ in 18:18.

Jennifer Hartnett, 29, of Clear Spring was the second female in 19:52. Kay Harrison, 43, of Hagerstown was the women's Masters champ in 24:04.

In the GAR 15K, South Hagerstown graduate Laura Nelson, 40, of Woodstock, Va., was the women's runner-up and first Master in 59:40. Greg Sellers, 51, of Boonsboro was the first 50-and-over male in 55:32.

The top two overall males were Matt Barresi (45:44) and Jaron Hawkins (45:55). Heather Parks won the women's title in 54:59.

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