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Preps Area Roundup - Wildcats girls no-hit Rebels

May 07, 2009

PREP SOFTBALL



Kayla Ewing went 3-for-3, including a two-run homer, on Wednesday to lead Williamsport (7-5) to a 4-0 victory over South Hagerstown.

Starting pitcher Kelly Beard no-hit South Hagerstown (5-12) in a five-inning victory.

Williamsport 4, South 0
Williamsport 000 13 -- 4 7 1
South 000 00 -- 0 0 2

Beard and Ewing. Ch. Showe and Co. Showe. WP -- Beard. LP -- Ch. Showe (5-12). HR -- W: Ewing (5th, one on).

PREP BASEBALL



Grace 4-5, Broadfording 2-2

Keith Sandell drove in three runs and Sean Koontz had two hits in the opener of Grace Academy's doubleheader sweep of Mason Dixon Christian Conference rival Broadfording.

Zack Morgan had two hits and two RBIs in the nightcap for Grace (5-6, 5-4), while Matt Koontz added two hits.

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Grace Academy 4-5, Broadfording 2-2
Game 1
Broadfording 101 00 -- 2 2 0
Grace 010 3x -- 4 8 2

South and Fritz. Sandell and Rudy. WP -- Sandell (2-1). LP -- South.
Game 2
Grace 040 10 -- 5 8 0
Broadfording 000 02 -- 2 3 5

Frederickson and Rudy. Snodderly, Jamison (3) and Fritz, Hirsch. WP -- Frederickson (3-3). LP -- Snodderly.

C. Dauphin 12, Chambersburg 11

HARRISBURG, Pa. -- Tyler McDonald had four hits, one RBI and scored three runs in Chambersburg's loss to Central Dauphin.

Greg Hammond had four hits and three RBIs for the Trojans (11-5).

Central Dauphin 12, Chambersburg 11
C'burg 102 032 3 -- 11 12 5
C. Dauphin 203 041 2 -- 12 15 2

Mentzer and Hammond. Morrett, Oswandal (5), Crum (6) and Goodrich. WP -- Crum. LP -- Mentzer (3-3).

PREP GOLF



Lovette wins MAPL championship

BLAIRSTOWN, N.J. -- Mercersburg Academy senior Caroline Lovette shot a 2-under 33 to win her second consecutive Mid-Atlantic Prep League girls golf championship on the campus of Blair Academy.

A Mercersburg Academy golfer has won the title for four consecutive years. Ana Nevarez won the title in 2006 and 2007.

GIRLS SOCCER



Grace 4, Broadfording 2

Cayla Gardner scored twice, while Chantelle Groves and Caitlin Cox each added a goal each to lead Grace Academy (6-4-1).

Cidney Davis and Hannah Young each scored for Broadfording.

BOYS LACROSSE



Brunswick 7, N. Hagerstown 6

BRUNSWICK, Md. -- Mitchell Sirface scored three goals and Dakota Durning added two, but North Hagerstown came up short against Brunswick.

Alex Henry had a goal and David Warren added an assist for the Hubs.

GIRLS LACROSSE



Park 19, Mercersburg 5

BALTIMORE -- Jenn Dillon scored four goals, Ashley Irving had a goal and Shelley Lamotte added an assist for Mercersburg Academy. Steph Seibert recorded 13 saves.

GIRLS TENNIS



Martinsburg 4, Jefferson 2

at MARTINSBURG, W.Va.

Singles -- 1. Katie Perry (J) d. Amy Wright, 8-5; 2. Jenny Perry (J) d. Samantha Varso, 8-5; 3. Match not contested; 4. Molly Quinn (M) d. Kate Wilkinson, 8-1.

Doubles -- 1. Wright/Varso (M) d. K. Perry/J. Perry, 8-4; 2. Heck/Quinn (M) d. Spencer Wempe/Lauren Thomas, 8-0; 3. Janie Beale/Addie Tucker (M) d. Kylie Fargo/Wilkinson, 8-5.

Record: Jefferson 5-16.

Washington 6, Hedgesville 0

at HEDGESVILLE, W.Va.

Singles -- 1. Katelyn Mumaw (W) d. Elizabeth Robinson, 8-0; 2. Stephanie Crum (W) d. Margaret Bock, 8-0; 3. Match not contested; 4. Jana Jones (W) d. Christa Carr, 3-0 ret.

Doubles -- 1. Mumaw/Crum d. Robinson/Bock, 8-2; 2. Jones/Chelsea Sadelson (W) d. Lexi Doepp/Caty Barnes, 8-1; 3. Angela Pittinger/Jenna Wilson-Ashby (W) d. Carr/Kelly Rudy, 8-2.

Record: Washington 19-1.

BOYS TENNIS



Jefferson 5, Martinsburg 2

at MARTINSBURG, W.Va.

Singles -- 1. Rittawat Siripool (M) d. Brice Barker, 8-2; 2. Kent Thomas (J) d. Nathan Jalazo, 8-1; 3. David Leonard (J) d. Matthew Van Dongan, 8-2; 4. Trenton Stemple (J) d. Sredatta Mahavadi, 8-3.

Doubles -- 1. Barker/Thomas (J) d. Siripool/Jalazo, 8-4; 2. Leonard/Stemple (J) d. Van Dongan/Christopher Rogus, 9-7; 3. Mahavadi/Srichan Mahavadi (M) d. Faris Khan/Kyle Ransom, 9-8 (7-5).

Notes: Jefferson finishes regular season 21-0, its third undefeated regular season in school history. The win was Jefferson coach Glenn Edwards' 600th for his career, the seventh-most career wins in U.S. boys high school tennis history.

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