Greencastle suffers first loss

October 19, 2009


HARRISBURG, Pa. -- Adrian Arp's 10-yard touchdown run with 4:39 left in the game proved to be the game-winner as Susquehanna Township came from behind to defeat previously unbeaten Greencastle-Antrim 27-24 on Monday night.

The Indians (6-1) trailed 24-13 late in the third quarter before rallying.

Ben Dupree passed for 190 yards and two TDs, ran for a game-high 139 yards and even caught a pass for 39 yards for Susquehanna Township, while Arp had two TD runs.

Tyler Szaflarski had a pair of 1-yard touchdown runs, Brett Meyers threw a 6-yard TD pass to Denton Ensminger and Christian Hoover kicked a 28-yard field goal for the Blue Devils (6-1).

Waynesboro 17, Shippensburg 14

SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. -- Jesse Mowen's 9-yard TD run in the third quarter proved to be the winning score as Waynesboro beat Shippensburg for its first win of the season.


Mowen went 7-for-16 passing for 60 yards and a touchdown pass to Aaron Beck, while Greg Wade had a game-high 169 yards on 27 carries for the Indians (1-6).

Todde Statum rushed for 136 yards and a pair of TDs for the Greyhounds (3-4).

Steel-High 48, James Buchanan 7

STEELTON, Pa. -- Clayton McNair rushed 12 times for 148 yards and two TDs, and added a third score by recovering a fumble in the end zone to lead Steel-High over James Buchanan.

Max Ward threw for 145 yards and three touchdowns for the Rollers (5-1), while J.C. Brandt added 95 rush yards and a score.

Kace Worrell threw a 17-yard TD pass to Tyson Keith for the Rockets (0-6), who were held to 83 yards of total offense.


Williamsport 2, Goretti 0

WILLIAMSPORT -- Lenzie Weicht and Lauren Weicht each scored an unassisted goal as Williamsport blanked St. Maria Goretti.

Julia Price and Erin Gaines each had two saves in the shutout for the Wildcats (7-6), who outshot the Gaels 34-4.

Colleen Costello had 26 saves for Goretti (3-10-1).


Williamsport 2, Washington 1

CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. -- Mark Oliver and Jordan Payne each had a goal for Williamsport, which went on the road to defeat Washington.

Daniel Doub and Bryan Whitmore each tallied an assist for the Wildcats (8-4-2), while Alex Aleshire made 10 saves.

Tanner Robison scored for Washington.

Hyndman 4, McConnellsburg 2

HYNDMAN, Pa. -- Nathan Swope scored both of McConnellsburg's goals, while Cody Christy had an assist and Dillan Hollinshead recorded seven saves in goal for the Spartans.

Chestnut Ridge 6, Southern Fulton 0


Hancock 3, Bishop Walsh 1

HANCOCK -- Maureen Leavy had 12 kills and three blocks, Briana Swisher added 10 service points, six kills and six digs and Sierra Fink had four digs for Hancock (3-10) in its 21-25, 25-18, 25-15, 25-14 victory.

JV: Hancock, 2-0.

Southern Fulton 3, Shanksville 1

SHANKSVILLE, Pa. -- Rachel Norris had 11 digs, Ashley Sigel added 10 digs and Sierra Covault had 10 assists to pace Southern Fulton to a 25-15, 21-25, 25-19, 25-21 win on the road.

Kristen Miller had 21 service points, while Jenna Ritz added five kills for the Indians (3-12).

JV: Southern Fulton, 25-10, 25-18.

Musselman sweeps tri-match

CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. -- Musselman swept St. Maria Goretti and host Washington in a tri-match on Monday. The Applemen defeated the Gaels 25-9, 25-12 and the Patriots 25-6, 25-10.

Taylor Allen had 18 kills and nine aces over both matches, while Kortney Jenkins had nine aces and nine kills and Taylor Oates added 37 assists for Musselman (25-6-6). Sammy Deter tallied 13 digs and Shayla Bartles had seven aces.


HCC 4, Potomac State 1

Alex Manea scored two goals, while Chris Lambert added a goal and two assists for Hagerstown Community College, which defeated Potomac State in a Maryland JuCo game.

Michael Reyes also had a goal, Francesco Scotto Di Carlo had an assist and Brian Kukucka made two saves for the Hawks (11-4-2, 5-3-2), who outshot Potomac State 16-4.


Saturday's races at Marty Snook Park:

Hagerstown Duathlon

Males: 1. Andrew Sovonick 59:07; 2. Dan Blakely 1:01:22; 3. Andy Watson 1:01:52; 4. Steven Despins 1:02:09; 5. David Kemp 1:02:31.

Females: 1. Michelle Miller 1:04:09; 2. Kathryn Fabish 1:06:17; 3. Michelle Buckley 1:10:48; 4. Dana Corriere 1:12:28; 5. Anna Nicholson 1:14:28.

Hagerstown Youth Duathlon

Boys: 1. Clay Smith 16:08; 2. Brandon Racine 16:50; 3. Andersen Sindaco 18:10; 4. Michael Van Meter 22:43; 5. Samuel Kim 26:00.

Girls: 1. Annika Kim 23:36; 2. Christina Van Meter 24:46; 3. Amanda Woodburn 24:48; 4. Elizabeth Rafala 25:32; 5. Jessica Loza 25:56.

Hagerstown 5K

Males: 1. Doug Oates 16:01; 2. Shawn Cutsail 19:38; 3. Neal Riemenschneider 20:18; 4. Charles Goldie 21:38; 5. Mitch Hawbaker 23:44.

Females: 1. Melissa Wisner 21:41; 2. Erin Markin 25:33; 3. Cheryl Wise 25:46; 4. Angie Hengst 26:36; 5. Margaret Mikolajczyk 26:51.


Charles Town 5K

The Rotary Club of Charles Town, W.Va., will hold its annual 5K run and walk on Nov. 7, beginning at 9 a.m. at Gold's Gym in Charles Town. The registration fee is $25.

For information, call Patty Bird at 304-725-7458 or John Dempsey and 304-724-9177.

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