Area Roundup

November 07, 2006


HCC women power past Howard

COLUMBIA, Md. - Jamie Robinson had 13 points, seven rebounds and seven steals and Hagerstown Community College forced 41 turnovers to defeat Howard, 84-51, in its opening Maryland JuCo game on Monday.

Marisa Elliot scored a team-high 15 points, Heather Shaw had seven rebounds and Sara Davidson added six assists for the Hawks (2-0, 1-0).

Shepherd picked sixth in WVIAC

Shepherd University was picked to finish sixth in the West Virginia Conference preseason coaches' poll, released Monday.

Shepherd returns 10 letterwinners, with forward Laura Harkins (10.3 points, 5.8 rebounds per game), guard Tiffany Acker (8.8 points) and guard Krissy Grosselin (8.4 points) the top returnees.


Glenville State edged out Charleston as the favorite to win the conference.


Peddie 3, Mercersburg 0

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - The Blue Storm fell to 7-7-1 overall and 1-4 in the Mid-Atlantic Prep League with the loss to Peddie School in their final match of the season.


Shepherd tops region poll

Shepherd University stayed atop the NCAA Division II Northeast Region poll this week. The Rams improved to 9-0 with a 34-32 win at West Liberty State on Saturday that clinched a third straight WVIAC title.


Tyler plays well at Cornell

Cornell University freshman Alex Tyler, a Clear Spring native and Mercersburg Academy graduate, had eight points and three rebounds for the White team, which won 61-50 in the annual Red/White intrasquad scrimmage.


Rams' Bell makes All-WVIAC first team

Shepherd University junior goalkeeper Amy Bell was selected to the All-West Virginia Conference First Team, released Monday.

A pair of sophomores - defender Emilie Humes and forward Jennifer Corkran - made the Second Team. Amanda Smith earned honorable mention.


Hole-in-one scored

Hagerstown golfer Keith Grunow scored a hole-in-one on Saturday playing at Whitetail Golf Resort. He aced the 138-yard sixth hole with a 6 iron. He was playing with Heath Hykes.


Greencastle team-parents meeting

Greencastle-Antrim High School will hold their team/parent winter sports meeting this evening at 6 in the high school gymnasium. If your son or daughter is planning to participate in basketball, wrestling, cheerleading or swimming, please plan to attend.

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