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Lions win MDCC tourney

October 24, 2009

PREP VOLLEYBALL



CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. -- Broadfording Christian Academy wrapped up an undefeated season with its third straight Mason Dixon Christian Conference championship Saturday. The Lions defeated Cumberland Valley Christian (9-11) 25-7, 25-14, 25-17 in the semifinals before taking the tournament crown with a 25-12, 25-17, 25-19 sweep of Shalom. The Flames advanced to the finals with a 28-26, 25-22, 19-25, 26-28, 15-9 win over Heritage Academy.

Rebecca Adams had 63 assists and 11 digs in the two matches combined, while Danielle DuBois added 40 digs and Hannah Young had 21 kills and 13 digs for Broadfording (21-0). Charlotte Worsfold recorded 20 kills and Abbie Worsfold had 23 digs and 16 kills.

Juliana Mowen had 66 digs and 19 kills combined for Shalom (13-6), while Tasha Lentz had 58 digs and 16 kills, Natasha Gibble recorded 53 assists, Ashlyn Blank added 48 digs and Stacey Thrush had 47 digs.

In the semifinal loss to Shalom, Kara Stamper had 18 kills and 14 blocks, Callie Butts had 45 assists, Rachel Clarke had 10 kills and eight blocks and Rebekah Clarke added eight kills for Heritage (14-4). The Eagles fell to CVCS 9-25, 25-18, 15-2 in the best-of-3 consolation match. Stamper had five kills, three blocks, and two aces, Callie Butts had 27 assists and Brianna Dorsey added five digs and three kills.

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Young was named tournament MVP, while Broadfording's DuBois and Adams and Shalom's Gibble and Lentz received all-tournament honors.

BOYS SOCCER



Grace 3, Faith 0

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. -- Zack Morgan scored two goals as Grace Academy beat Faith Christian in the championship game of the MDCC Tournament.

Caleb Serafini had a goal, Pat Salvagno and Luke Bunting each had an assist, and Kenny Frederickson had seven saves for his 12th shutout of the season for the Knights (20-1).

Frederickson was named tournament MVP, while Sean Koontz, Morgan, Serafini and Bunting were named to the all-tournament team.

Clear Spring 3, Boonsboro 0

CLEAR SPRING -- Alec Long scored twice to lead Clear Spring in its shutout of Boonsboro.

Devin Repp also scored a goal for the Blazers (9-3-1), while Blake Vincent and Josh Ernst each had an assist and Ryan Cooper made six saves.

PREP FOOTBALL



Rockwood 54, Hancock 0

ROCKWOOD, Pa. -- Hancock gave up 389 yards of total offense to Rockwood (3-5) and committed seven turnovers as the Panthers (3-5) were shut out for the second straight week.

COLLEGE X-COUNTRY



HCC seventh at Buggy Battle

LANCASTER, Pa. -- The Hagerstown Community College men finished seventh out of 17 teams at the Battle of the Buggy Invitational.

Corey Centofonti placed 16th in 21:10 on the 6,025-meter course to lead the Hawks, while Jeremiah Wilt was 21st (21:21), Wade Miller was 29th (21:37), Brandon Mauck was 39th (22:04) and Nathanial Clark was 54th (22:54).

In the women's race, Jamie Wisz placed 18th in 27:21 for HCC, which had an incomplete team with only four finishers. Former HCC runner Lindsey Hollenshead placed second for Shippensburg in 24:51.

WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL



Shepherd 3, Ohio Valley 0

Shippensburg 3, Shepherd 0

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. -- Shepherd (16-10, 8-2) split a pair of matches at home Saturday.

No match details are available.

YOUTH BASKETBALL



Hagerstown Junior League tryouts

The Hagerstown Junior Basketball League will hold tryouts Monday and Wednesday at E. Russell Hicks and Tuesday and Thursday at Western Heights.

The time schedule for each day is: 6-6:30 p.m. for sixth grade; 6:30-7 for fifth; 7-7:30 for fourth; 7:30-8 for eighth; and 8-8:30 for seventh.

Players, who should come dressed to play basketball, only need to attend one night of the tryouts. Basketballs are provided.

The cost for the season is $35 per player. Fees are not due at the tryouts.

For information, visit the league's Web site at www.eteamz.com/HJBL/ or call George Stottlemyer at 301-797-4537.

YOUTH SOCCER



U-11 Girls

Hagerstown Freedom 98 2, Thunder Red Devils 0

Hagerstown: Abby Singer, Sydney McVicker goal each; Eryn McVicker, Hannah Bowers, Elizabeth Fahey assist each.

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