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Preps Area Roundup

October 15, 2006

Rotz catches fire on back nine for district title



Rotz carded a 38 on the front nine but came back with a 4-under 31 on the back side to conclude his round and finish the two-day event at 1-over 143.

"The front nine, it was pretty windy but it calmed down on the back side," said Rotz. "I got some birdies to drop. Considering the pressure of the tournament, it was probably my best round of the year."

Rotz led a quartet of area boys golfers who were among the top 24 that qualified for the PIAA regional on Monday at Golden Oaks Golf Club in Fleetwood, Pa.

First-round leader Nathan Orndorff posted an 80 but his two-day card of 151 was good enough to move on. Tyler Straub also had an 80 and finished at 157.

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Waynesboro's Jake Wetzel qualified for the regional, following his opening 75 with a 79 for 154.

In the girls division, Chambersburg's Kacy Straub finished second with an 82-87-169 and Waynesboro freshman Liz Breed shot 82 to follow up her opening 90 and finish third.

"Conditions were tough once again with the high winds," said Waynesboro coach Ryan Henderson. "It took a lot of patience to play well."

Scott Levy, of Cumberland Valley Christian, failed to make the cut at 161 after an 82 on Saturday.




BOYS SOCCER



No. 1 Jefferson 4, Linsly 0

WHEELING, W.Va. - Matt Tiano and D.J. Upson each scored twice as Jefferson shut out Linsly to wrap up the Cougars' first undefeated season in the program's history.

Chris Geigel, Graham Sutherland, Zack Creamer and Adam Roque each had an assist for Jefferson (18-0-1).

Goretti 1, Musselman 1

David Applebaum scored on an assist from Ben Alencherry for St. Maria Goretti (1-10-2).

Middletown 3, North Hagerstown 1

MIDDLETOWN, Md. - Jordan Schlotterbeck, Jimmy Greene and Matt Uchino each had a goal and Ben Hayes made four saves as Middletown beat North Hagerstown.

The Hubs (7-6), who were outshot 17-8, took a 1-0 lead in the 10th minute on a goal by Michael Baer, assisted by Ben Crampton. Josh Borland made 11 saves in the loss.

JV: Middletown, 2-0.

South Hagerstown 0, Grace 0

South Hagerstown (2-8-1) and Grace Academy (10-2-3) played to a scoreless tie. Jason David made 10 saves for the Rebels, who had a 17-15 advantage in shots. Kenny Frederickson made six saves for the Knights.




JV GIRLS SOCCER



Hancock 0, Fort Hill 0

Fort Hill: Alyssa McTaggert 4 saves.

Hancock (5-2-2): Chandra Younker 2 saves.




PREP VOLLEYBALL



Broadfording 3, Faith 0

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Becca Adams had 21 assists, Emily Ahalt had 11 service points and seven aces, and Danielle DuBois added 14 service points and four aces to help Broadfording to a 25-12, 25-20, 25-22 Mason Dixon Christian Conference sweep.

Sierra Litten had eight service points and five aces, Hannah Young had seven service points, Emily Stransky recorded six kills and Maegan Taylor had seven digs for the Lions (13-6, 8-5).

Broadfording defeated St. James on Thursday in five games, 24-26, 25-21, 25-21, 25-27, 15-4. Adams had 20 assists and 12 digs, Ahalt had 13 service points, nine aces, 12 digs and nine kills, and DuBois had 10 service points, six aces, 11 digs and nine kills.




PREP CROSS COUNTRY



Young paces Saints

BETHESDA, Md. - Dean Young led the St. James boys team to a 10th place finish at the Landon Invitational, placing ninth on the 3-mile course in 17:43.

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