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HCC women notch sweep of Allegany

September 09, 2009

ALLEGANY, Md. -- Ashlyn Rebok had three aces and 15 assists to lead HCC in a 25-6, 25-6, 25-14 sweep of Allegany.

Julia Becker had four digs and nine kills, Sara Michael had 10 assists, Becca Morgan had four kills, four aces and six digs, while Klonarda Nezaj had six kills for the Hawks (7-0, 2-0).

PREP GOLF

Boonsboro 177, Clear Spring 178

at Black Rock, par 36

Boonsboro: Adam Schofield 39, Tyler Thompson 42, Jeremy Hardy 47, Troy Hartle 49.

Clear Spring: Tyler Brown 42, Brian Lesher 43, Nick Hill 45, Zach Johnson 48.

St. Maria Goretti 183, Hedgesville 190

at The Woods, par 36

Goretti: Emily Steiner 43, Dan Rost 44, Christian Grosh 47, Michael Dimercurio 49.

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Hedgesville: Cody Euler 42, Eric Grove 46, Ben Adams 49, Christopher Hafner 53.

Middletown 173, South Hagerstown 214

at Hollow Creek, par 36

Middletown: Alex Hoffman 39, Jimmie Blumenauer 43, Garrett Nicely 45; Chase Main 46.

South (0-4): Luke Shindle 44, George Canova 53, Eric Sprecher 57, Issac O'Brien 60.

Catoctin 159, South Carroll 174, Williamsport 176

at Maple Run, par 36

Catoctin: Garrett Ellis 39, Kenny Kober 39, Christian Yanooki 40, Joey O'Neil 41.

South Carroll: Justin Knight 41, Justin Stankewicz 44, Greg Hewitt 44, Scott Andrews 45.

Williamsport: Zach Weber 37, Scot Drury 44, Ryan Crabtree 47, Adam Eichelberger 48.

Mid-Penn Commonwealth

at Eagles Crossing, par 72

Team Scores: Gettysburg 407, Chambersburg 419, Cumberland Valley 426, Cedar Cliff 447, Shippensburg 454, Waynesboro 460, Carlisle 484.

Chambersburg (22-2): Kacy Straub 75, Mallory Cortis 77, Hank Strickler 88, Drew Stonesifer 89, Nick Stonesifer 90.

Waynesboro (4-20): Liz Breed 82, Lucas Franki 87, Ben Weber (94), Ethan Klink 94, Jeff Hughes 103.

BOYS SOCCER

Broadfording 4, Faith 1

Jordan Whitt had his second consecutive hat trick to lead Broadfording Christian Academy over Faith Christian Academy.

Andy Torres had an assist, while Andrew Wyand also scored for the Lions (6-0).

Mercersburg 3, Notre Dame 0

MIDDLEBURG, Va. -- Tyler Mulloy scored off a cornerkick from Colin Reagan as Mercersburg Academy opened its season with a shutout of Notre Dame.

Theron Binder scored on an assist from Jake Shore, while Carlos Garcia also scored for the Blue Storm (1-0).

Chestnut Ridge 2, McConnellsburg 0

McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. -- Dillan Hollinshead had five saves for McConnellsburg (0-1), which lost in its season opener.

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

Chestnut Ridge 27, Southern Fulton 28

Southern Fulton scores

at FISHERTOWN, Pa.

1. J.C. Munson 19:12; 4. Zane Baker 20:02; 5. Brian Stanley 20:33; 8. Jacob Ashkettle 21:30; 10. Tim Rohm 22:00.

PREP VOLLEYBALL

James Wood 3, Hedgesville 0

HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. -- Aerial Munson had five digs and 12 assists but Hedgesville lost 25-23, 25-18, 25-21 to James Wood.

Lauren Hockenberry had seven kills for the Eagles (1-1).

MSD 3, Mercersburg 0

MERCERSBURG, Pa. -- Abby Schwing had two aces and 10 assists but Mercersburg Academy was swept 25-18, 25-20, 25-16 by Maryland School for the Deaf.

Taylor Riley had seven service points and eight kills, while Sarah Kolanowski had two aces and six service points for the Blue Storm (0-1).

FIELD HOCKEY

Bullis 4, Mercersburg 2

POTOMAC, Md. -- Kiersten Sydnor scored on an assist from Cammie Reilly, but Mercersburg Academy lost their season opener to Bullis.

Sarah Wilson also scored on an assist from Liza Rizzo for the Blue Storm (0-1).

FRESHMAN FOOTBALL

North Hagerstown 34, Frederick 14

North: J.R. Railing 138 yards rushing, 2 TDs, passing TD; Blake Lyles 175 yards passing, 2 TDs; Trey Jessie, Sergio Galvan, Nick Colvin TD each; Tre Anderson 12 tackles; Scott Davis fumble recovery.

Shippensburg 36, James Buchanan 0

JV FOOTBALL

North Hagerstown 32, Frederick 14

North: Roland Renner 129 yards rushing, 2 TDs; Chris Spann 104 yards rushing, 2 TDs; Kyle Hewlett 117 yards rushing; Reggie Daniel 14 tackles.

South 26, Urbana 15

South (1-0): Anthony Rocha 3 TDs; Nick Griffin TD.

BRIEF

Junior Basketball meeting

The Hagerstown Junior Basketball League will hold its first meeting for the 2009-10 season on Sunday at 7 p.m. at the VFW on E. Washington Street.

All officers and coaches are requested to attend.

The league is open to players in all Washington County schools in fourth through eighth grade.

For information about the league or to join, conact George Stottlemyer at 301 797-4537.

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