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Lowry's goal gives Heritage an MDCC win

September 03, 2010

BOYS SOCCER



Chad Lowry's first-half goal on an assist by Mark Taggart proved to be enough for Heritage Academy, which blanked Shalom Christian 1-0 on Thursday in the Mason Dixon Christian Conference.

Christian Strickler had two saves to record the shutout in goal for the Eagles (2-1, 2-1).

Ethan Crider made 18 saves for the Flames.

Washington 3, St. Maria Goretti 1

The Patriots went on the road to knock off the Gaels.

Aric Hilmoe scored for Goretti (1-1-2) on an assist by Thomas Palmer. Johnny Winalski made 14 saves.

JV: Washington, 2-1 (G: Kofi Owuso goal).

Broadfording 7, Grace Academy 0

Andy Torres had four goals and an assist to lead Broadfording Christian past Grace Academy in the MDCC.

Trevor Snodderly had two goals, Stephen Glaspell also scored and Andrew Wyand and Cameron Crutchfield each had an assist for the Lions (2-1).

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Shuaixian Mu made nine saves for the Knights.

PREP VOLLEYBALL



Broadfording 3, Grace Academy 2

Ariana Litten had 14 digs and three kills in the Lions' 18-25, 25-20, 25-21, 19-25, 15-11 win in the MDCC.

Chelsea Foltz added 11 service points, including four aces, and Sarah Couch had seven kills for Broadfording (2-1, 2-1).

Heritage Academy 3, Shalom Christian 0

Kara Stamper had 14 kills, three blocks and 15 service points to lead Heritage Academy to a 25-15, 25-17, 25-11 sweep of Shalom Christian in the MDCC.

Callie Butts had 20 assists and five digs for the Eagles (3-0, 3-0). Rachel Clarke had 12 service points, seven kills, five blocks and five aces. Kathleen Kidd had 11 service points and eight digs, and Jessica Gaylor added 15 service points and four kills.

Stacey Thrush had four kills and 18 digs to lead Shalom. Kelsey Ebersole had seven assists, Rebekah Mowen had 16 digs, 11 service points and four aces, Ashlyn Blank had 22 digs and Holly Andreine had 16 digs.

Musselman 3, James Wood 0

WINCHESTER, Va. -- Taylor Allen had 10 kills, four aces and seven digs to pace the Applemen to a 25-22, 25-15, 25-23 season-opening sweep of James Wood.

Carissa Smith had 15 kills, Sammy Deter added 19 digs and Taylor Oates had 30 assists for Musselman.

Frankfort 3, Berkeley Springs 0

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. -- Sam Ross had six service points for Berkeley Springs, but the Indians were swept 25-7, 25-11, 25-6 by Frankfort.

JV: Frankfort, 2-0.

Jefferson 3, Goretti 0

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. -- The Gaels were swept 25-10, 25-8, 25-6 on the road in their season opener on Wednesday.

GIRLS SOCCER



Musselman 2, St. Maria Goretti 0

INWOOD, W.Va. -- Mary Casto and Rachel Sandstrom each scored as Musselman shut out the Gaels.

Colleen Costello made 12 saves for Goretti (0-2).

PREP GOLF



North Hagerstown 170, Smithsburg 171, Clear Spring 194

at Whitetail, par 36

North: Aaron Staley 40, Drew Miguel 41, Becky Gossard 44, Jason Moody 45.

Smithsburg: Kyle Huntzberry 39, Matt Snowden 42, Christian Grosh 45, Logan McSherry 45, Shane Fritts 45.

Clear Spring: Tyler Brown 45, Zach Johnson 47, Brent Mentzer 50, Nick Hill 52.

Frederick 175, Boonsboro 193

at Black Rock, par 36

Frederick: Mike Pallansch 39, Peter Denny 43, Nick Callese 45, Drew Kline 48.

Boonsboro (0-4): Adam Schofield 41, Bobby Harwood 48, Drew Wren 52, Reed Cantler 52.

Musselman Invitational

at Locust Hill, par 72 (Note: Only 15 holes were played).

Team scores: Jefferson 275, Berkeley Springs 291, Hedgesville 295, Washington 307, Musselman 329, Martinsburg 339.

Jefferson: Jamie Richard 67, Chris Payne 67, Allie Strider 71, Jesse Fuellhart 70.

Berkeley Springs (21-7): Dylan Beddow 62, Matt Walters 74, Zach Solomon 74, Josh Bragg 81.

Hedgesville: Cody Euler 71, Aaron Sutton 71.

Washington: Ryan Mumaw 69.

Musselman: Brian Mason 75.

Martinsburg: Ryan Steckman 74.

Notes: Dylan Beddow, Jamie Richard, Chris Payne, Ryan Mumaw, and Jesse Fuellhart made the all-tournament team.

WOMEN'S SOCCER



Lock Haven 4, Shepherd 0

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. -- Elisabeth Wise made eight saves for Shepherd University in a season-opening loss.

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