Wilson, Moser win Keyser titles

October 03, 2009


BOONSBORO -- Smithsburg's David Wilson and Boonsboro's Evan Moser were the boys champions Saturday at the 32nd annual Frank Keyser Invitational.

Wilson covered the 3-mile course in 15 minutes, 19.7 seconds to win the large-school race and remain undefeated this season. Chesapeake's Will Neal was the runner-up in 15:32.3.

Moser won the small-school race in 16:06.8, while Williamsport's Evan Hardy placed second in 16:29.5.

North Hagerstown placed second out of 14 teams in the large-school girls race with 109 points. Alison Harrell finished seventh in 19:17.5 to lead the Hubs.

Thomas Johnson won the large-school girls team title with 30 points, while Clarksburg's Abigail Daley won the individual title in a course-record 18:09.3. Gaithersburg's Abby Spitler was second in 18:22.8, and TJ's Stephanie Bryan, the defending champ, took third in 18:34.1. Bryan set the previous course record of 18:37.2 last year.


Samantha McElroy won the small-school girls race in 19:16.3, leading Liberty (53 points) to the team title. Greencastle-Antrim's Charmayne McFadden finished a close second to McElroy in 19:17.1.

The Walkersville girls were second (75) and Smithsburg was third (94). Lauren Johnson placed 11th (20:40.6) and Stephanie Breen placed 12th (20:46.5) to lead the Leopards.

Walkersville won the small-school boys team title with 35 points, while Middletown was second with 93. Williamsport finished fifth with 122. Sam Jones placed 12th in 17:15.1 for 13th-place South Hagerstown.


Lawrenceville 14, Mercersburg Academy 0

LAWRENCEVILLE, Pa. -- Lawrenceville Academy bottled up Mercersburg Academy's running game and took advantage of its breaks on Saturday to record a MAPL victory.

The Blue Storm (1-3, 0-2) had the opportunity to take an early lead on a first-quarter drive to the Lawrenceville 20, but missed a field goal. Lawrenceville led 6-0 at the half.

Paul Suhey led the Blue Storm with 14 of 23 passing for 151 yards. David Erichsen caught seven passes for 103 yards, while Troy Harrison was held to 11 yards rushing on 12 carries.


Saint James 2, Highland 0

WARRENTON, Va. -- Nicole Hause scored two goal as Saint James beat Highland.

Hannah Itell had an assist and Megan McSillen recorded her first shutout of the season for the Saints (2-5).


Saint James 1, Goretti 1

Mary-Kate Afzali scored on an assist from Suzie McKelvey for Saint James, and Alyson Cushwa scored on an assist from Lauree Lorensen for St. Maria Goretti.

Rachel Herrera had 17 saves for the Saints (3-3-3), while Colleen Costello had 10 saves for the Gaels (2-8-1).

Lawrenceville 6, Mercersburg 0

LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. -- Mercersburg Academy fell to 3-5 with the loss.


Berkeley Springs 10, Pendleton County 0

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. -- Zach Wise scored two goals in the first half and added four assists to lead Berkeley Springs to and easy victory over Pendleton County.

The Indians (5-5-4) led 5-0 at the half and outshot Pendleton County, 31-4. Berkeley Springs goalkeeper Caleb Murray had three saves.

Matt Stevens and Dylan Tripp added two goals each for the Indians, while Gudiel Guzman and Quenten Godman each added a goal and an assist. Zane Mohkiber and Derrick Cowles also scored goals.


Hubs win tourney

IJAMSVILLE, Md. -- North Hagerstown won the Linganore Invitational Tournament by sweeping Century 25-20, 25-17 in the finals.

Megan Plume had 70 assists on the day for the Hubs, while Akilah McCall had 27 kills and Autumn Fisher had 25 kills.

North went undefeated in pool play (8-0) and McCall and Plume made the all-tournament team.

Greencastle 3, Chambersburg 0

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. -- Sami Rudy had 12 kills and six digs as Greencastle-Antrim swept Chambersburg, 25-18, 25-11, 25-19.

Kelsey Gearhart had nine kills and six digs, Nakita Gearhart had six kills and five blocks, Lauren Verhoef had five kills, two aces and a block and Erin Garns had 29 assists, two aces and a block for the Blue Devils.

Applemen win tourney

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Taylor Allen had 53 kills and 24 digs on the day as Musselman won the Capital Classic tournament.

Musselman swept Parkersburg 25-23, 25-22 in the semis and swept George Washington in the finals, 25-18, 25-17.

Shayla Bartles had 16 aces, nine kills and three blocks, Taylor Oates had 110 assists, 27 digs and seven aces, Samanther Deter had 63 digs and nine aces, Jessica Felcio had 10 aces and Amanda Lord had 29 digs on the day for the Applemen.

Allen, Deter and Bartles made the all-tournament team and Bartles also received MVP honors.


HCC 6, Lord Fairfax 1

Michael Reyes had two goals and two assists to lead Hagerstown over Lord Fairfax.

Josh Edwards had two goals and an assist and Chris Lambert added two goals for the Hawks (8-3-2), who outshot Lord Fairfax 18-5.


Hood 1, MarymountĂ‚ 0

FREDERICK, Md. -- Kristen Byers scored a goal on an assist from Cara Jordan as Hood College edged Marymount University in Capital Athletic Conference action.

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