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Area Roundup -- Hawks stay perfect

September 06, 2009

COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL



TOLEDO, Ohio -- Hagerstown Community College completed a weekend trip to the Owens Community College mixer with its perfect record intact, sweeping two matches Sunday to finish 5-0 at the mixer and improve to 6-0 overall.

The Hawks defeated Lansing Community College, 25-19, 25-10, 25-11 before sweeping Lakeland Community College, 25-8, 25-17, 25-20.

Julia Becker had 21 kills, 13 digs and six aces, while Becca Morgan had 26 kills, 17 digs and eight aces to lead HCC. Sara Michael had 30 assists and five kills, and Ashlyn Rebok added 27 assists. Hailee Growden had 11 digs and Emma Dalton and Klonarda Mevaj each added seven kills.

WOMEN'S SOCCER



Hood College 10, Gallaudet 0

FREDERICK, Md. -- Four Washington County athletes contributed to the Blazers' victory Sunday.

Sophomore Carlie Colella (North Hagerstown) had two goals and two assists. Junior Cara Jordan (Smithsburg) had two goals. Jamie Bingaman (Boonsboro) had a goal and an assist, and Amanda Hutzell (North Hagerstown) found the back of the net for the first time in her career.

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HAGERSTOWN SPEEDWAY



Lathroum wins race, Deese Jr. gets points title

Jamie "The Jet" Lathroum led all but one lap of the 24th annual McBee/Hays Championship 44-lap event on Saturday to record his first career late model feature win.

With double points on the line in the final points event of the year, seven-time champion Roy Deese Jr. capped his title by one point over Frankie Plessinger, who came into the event seven points up.

Glenn Elliott won the shortened Hoosier Tire Mid Atlantic late model sportsman event, the third victory of his rookie season, when numerous cautions caused the time limit to expire. Kyle Lear finished fourth but ended the season with his first title in the division over veteran and four-time champion Wayne Walls Jr.

Hagerstown's Mike Warrenfeltz won the Ernie D's pure stock feature, his second win of the season and 74th of his career, and notched his fourth track championship in the division, his first since 2004.

Kenny Thomas of Greencastle, Pa., won the final 30-lap Enduro Dash event by .97 seconds over Matt Smith for his first win since May 2006.

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