Blue Devils improve to 4-0

September 26, 2009


HERSHEY, Pa. -- Tyler Szaflarski ran for a pair of second-half touchdowns as Greencastle-Antrim remained undefeated with a 29-6 victory over previously unbeaten Hershey on Friday night.

Christian Hoover kicked two field goals for the Blue Devils (4-0). His 36-yarder gave them a 3-0 lead midway through the first quarter, and his 25-yarder made it 29-0 midway through the fourth.

Trentin Dixon returned an interception 18 yards for a touchdown late in the first quarter, and Greencastle led 10-0 at halftime.

Hershey fell to 3-1.

Greencastle 29, Hershey 6

G-A -- Christian Hoover 36 FG

G-A -- Trentin Dixon 18 Int return

G-A -- Tyler Szaflarski 8 run (Szaflarski run)

G-A -- Saftey (Campbell tackled in end zone)

G-A -- Szaflarski 9 run (kicked blocked)


G-A -- Hoover 25 FG

Her -- Joe Gunkel 10 passfrom Brett Santangelo (pass failed)

Chambersburg 41, Cedar Cliff 13

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. -- Chambersburg racked up 417 yards rushing in a rout of Cedar Cliff (2-2).

ConRoy Smith ran for two touchdowns, while Dontay Russ, Brian Reese and Derek Burkhart each ran for one for the Trojans (3-1). Reese also completed a 7-yard touchdown pass to Colby Perry.

Chambersburg led 28-7 at halftime and 35-7 entering the fourth quarter.

Chambersburg 41, Cedar Cliff 13

CH -- Dontay Russ 7 run (ConRoy Smith run)

CH -- Brian Reese 1 run (Colby Perry kick)

CH -- Smith 36 run (Perry kick)

CC -- Josh Lebo 65 pass from Tyler Orris (Dane Harbold kick)

CH -- Perry 7 pass from Reese (run failed)

CH -- Derek Burkhart 33 run (Perry kick)

CC -- Noel Aru 23 pass from Orris (pass failed)

CH -- Smith 3 run (kick failed)

Other scores

Middletown (Pa.) 38, Waynesboro 0; Musselman 33, Washington 15; University 33, Hedgesville 0; Sherando 28, Jefferson 7; Berkeley Springs 37, Petersburg 0.


Heritage 2, Shalom 2

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. -- Michael Donmoyer and Travis Barthalow each had a goal for Heritage Academy, while Brandon Crider scored two goals for Shalom Christian as the teams played to a double-overtime tie.

J.R. Dudeck and Mark Taggart each had an assist and Josh Long had 22 saves for Heritage (4-4-1).


Hedgesville 3, Washington 0

CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. -- Jess Baker had a goal and two assists as Hedgesville blanked Washington (6-5-3) on Thursday.

Katie Marchun and Molly Eifert each had a goal for the Eagles (3-5-1), while Mary Hull had eight saves in the shutout.


Broadfording 3, CVCS 0

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. -- Rebecca Adams had 20 assists and three aces as Broadfording Christian Academy swept Cumberland Valley Christian 25-12, 25-19, 25-19 in MDCC action.

Hannah Young had 10 kills and 12 digs, Abbie Worsfold had six kills, five aces and 18 digs and Danielle DuBois had three aces and 19 digs for the Lions (12-0, 18-0).

Heritage 3, Shalom 0

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. -- Kara Stamper had 14 kills, seven blocks and 10 service points as Heritage Academy swept Shalom Christian 17-25, 25-9, 25-13, 25-23 in the MDCC.

Callie Butts had 10 service points, five aces and 30 assists, Brianna Dorsey had 15 digs and 11 service points and Rebekah Clarke had nine points, five blocks and seven kills for the Eagles (9-1, 8-1).


St. James 1, Mercersburg 1

St. James: Lena Tilsworth goal; Claire O'Connell assist; Ellie Barton 4 saves.


HCC 14, Patrick Henry 0

Chris Lambert and Mike Weaver each had three goals as Hagerstown Community College routed visiting Patrick Henry College.

Alexa Manea had two goals and an assist for HCC (5-2-2), while Edwin Reyes had a goal and two assists, Roland Wilson had a goal and an assist and Andrew Fowkes, Jon Miller, Phil Weller and Francesco Scotto Di Carlo each had goal. Kris Potter and Mike Rohr added two assists each, and Brian Kukucka had four saves in the shutout.


Hawks off to 2-0 tourney start

BATAVIA, N.Y. -- Rebecca Morgan had three blocks, six aces, 16 digs and 37 kills on the day to lead HCC to consecutive wins over St. Clair (21-25, 19-25, 25-19, 25-12, 15-3) and host Genessee (25-8, 25-7, 25-17) in the opening round of the Genessee Tournament.

Julia Becker had 19 kills and five digs, Hailee Growden had 11 aces and 17 digs, Sara Michael had 32 assists, eight kills, two aces and three blocks, Klonarda Nezaj had 17 kills and seven blocks and Ashlyn Rebok had 41 assists and 12 aces for the Hawks (11-0, 4-0).

Hagerstown will play Mott Community College and Columbus State today.

Shepherd 3, Davis & Elkins 0

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. -- Shepherd won its fourth straight contest with a WVIAC win over Davis & Elkins (6-10, 1-2).

Lauren Gardner had 11 kills and 11 digs for the Rams (8-6, 4-0), while Amanda Hall had 11 kills and six digs, Lauren Jeschelnik had 25 assists and Julie Robertson had 15 digs.


U-10 Girls

Hagerstown Soccer Club 98 5, ASA Arundel Attack 3

Hagerstown: Eryn McVicker, Abby Singer 2 goals each; Emily Rhinaman goal; Elizabeth Fahey 2 assists; Maddie Abeles, Hanna Moser assist each.

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