Heritage stays unbeaten with sweep of Calvary

September 15, 2010


Callie Butts had seven service points, six aces and 18 assists to lead Heritage Academy in a 25-8, 25-15, 25-11 Mason Dixon Christian Conference sweep of Calvary Christian on Tuesday.

Kara Stamper had 16 service points, 17 kills and two blocks and Jessica Gaylor had five aces and three kills for the Eagles (6-0).

Grace 3, Shalom 2

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. -- Caitlin Cox had 21 assists, five aces, 10 service points and seven digs to lead Grace Academy to a five-game 25-21, 25-20, 17-25, 22-25, 19-17 victory over Shalom Christian.

Victoria Broadwater had five kills and 10 digs, Allie Cox had 17 service points and 11 digs, Camille Sprecher had 12 service points and six digs, Kelsey Koontz had six service points and six kills, Brooke Morgan had five kills and three blocks and Tori Aikens had five kills and 11 digs for the Knights (3-3).


Musselman 3, Handley 0

INWOOD, W.Va. -- Taylor Allen had 21 kills for Musselman (8-0) in a 25-14, 25-16, 25-13 sweep of Handley.

JV: Handley, 2-1.

Greencastle 3, West Perry 0

ELLIOTTSBURG, Pa. --Erin Garns had 19 assists and four digs in a 25-17, 25-17, 25-22 Greencastle sweep of West Perry.

Nakita Gearhart had five kills and two blocks, Sami Rudy had eight kills, Lauren Verhoef had four kills and three blocks, Ema Bobbitt had five digs and Alex Baughman had three aces for the Blue Devils.


Heritage 2, Calvary 1

Mark Taggart scored the game-winner in the second half to lead Heritage Academy past Calvary Christian.

Chad Lowry also scored on an assist by Tristan Prejean and Christian Strickler had 10 saves for the Eagles (4-2).

Brandon Kendall scored and Matt Dillow had 18 saves for Calvary Christian.

Broadfording 1, New Life 0

Andy Torres scored the game-winning goal off a direct kick in the 72nd minute to lead Broadfording Christian past New Life.

Cody Hamerick had 12 saves for the Lions.

North Hagerstown 2, FSK 1

Dominique Phillip scored the game-winner in the 72nd minute to lead North Hagerstown past Francis Scott Key.

Matt Hetzer also scored on an assist by Mavlyud Gilmanov and Caleb Mittel had four saves for the Hubs (3-1-1), who outshot FSK, 28-5.

Gettysburg 2, Greencastle 1

GREENCASTLE, Pa. -- Zack Faulkner scored in the second period but Greencastle lost in overtime to Gettysburg.

Seth Sprague had six saves for the Blue Devils.

JV: Gettysburg, 1-0.

Bullis 2, Mercersburg 1

POTOMAC, Md. --Evan Moats scored on an assist by Gui Gomez but Mercersburg Academy lost its first game of the year to Bullis School.

JV: Mercersburg, 2-1.


Oakdale 3, Saint James 0

SAINT JAMES -- Rose Chuimento had 11 saves for Saint James in a loss to Oakdale (3-2).


North Carroll 155, North Hagerstown 182, Catoctin 193

at Piney Branch, par 36

North Hagerstown (7-2): Aaron Staley 40, Becky Gossard 43, Chad Shindle 48, Drew Miguel 51, Nate Parchment 51.

Washington 171, Saint James 178

at Locust Hill, par 36

Washington: Ryan Mumaw 40, Robert Fleming 42, Cody McDowell 44, Patrick Burgess 45.

Saint James (1-2): Sung Mo Ku 41, Patrick Hart 44, Alex Beckel 44, Ben Holland 49.

Brunswick 180, Boonsboro 189

at Black Rock, par 36

Brunswick: J.T. Wagner 42, Josh Merriman 42, James McFadden 47, Eric Scarborough 49.

Boonsboro: Adam Schofield 38, Bobby Harwood 48, Reed Cantler 51, David Wilbraham 52.

Mid-Penn Commonwealth meet

at Whitetail, par 72

Team scores: Chambersburg 425, Gettysburg 446, James Buchanan 450, Greencastle 483, Waynesboro 488, Shippensburg 492, Big Spring 526

Chambersburg (29-1): Carter Rajtik 81, Drew Stonesifer 83, Bret Buckwater 85, Mallory Cortis 88, Austin Green 88.

James Buchanan (15-15): Grant Strawoet 82, Isaac Bingaman 86, Isaac Sipes 92, Austin Metzler 94.

Greencastle (7-23): Ben Powers 87, Jared Grove 88, Jason Reuter 96, Danny Combs 105.

Waynesboro (13-17): Tyler Bricker 89, Jeff Hughes 93, Ben Weber 94, Ethan Klink 98.



Due to a source's error, it was incorrectly reported on B6 in Tuesday's newspaper that South Hagerstown had finished ahead of North Hagerstown in a boys cross country race for the first time in history Saturday at the Brunswick Invitational.

While South was eighth and North was ninth in the team standings in the large-school division, it wasn't the first time the Rebels had ever finished ahead of the Hubs.

The Herald-Mail apologizes for the mistake.


Washington College 2, Hood 0

CHESTERTOWN, Md. -- Rachelle Buhrman had six saves and Kirsten Cacciola had four saves for Hood College (2-4) in a shutout loss to Washington (2-1-1).

Ritter earns Big East honor

SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. -- Seton Hall freshman forward Katie Ritter, a 2010 North Hagerstown graduate, was named the Big East Rookie of Week for the week ending Sept. 12.

She scored a goal in each of Seton Hall's three games in the week -- a 3-2 loss to No. 8 Maryland, a 3-2 win over Colgate and a 2-0 win over Cornell.

Ritter has a team-high four goals for the Pirates, who are 3-3.


Slippery Rock 1, Shepherd 0

SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. -- Edgar Lopez Zuniga had five saves for Shepherd University (2-2-0) in a loss to No. 9 Slippery Rock (4-0-1).


WAGS U11 Girls

HSC Freedom 99 4, Westminister SC 1

Freedom: Sarah Weller 3 goals; Zoe Mutchler goal; Cassie Lavin, Kenzie Saurber assist each; Taylor Neff, Madison Foltz combined 6 saves.

HSC Freedom 99 0, FSC Explosion 0

Freedom (1-0-1): Taylor Neff, Madison Foltz combined 11 saves.


Washington County Jr. League

B Game

Buccaneers 20, Vikings 0

Buccaneers: Devonte Redman 3 TDs; Jasiah Stubbs 2 PAT runs.

A Game

Vikings 13, Buccaneers 12

Vikings: Jeremiah Younker TD, PAT reception; Sinjin Shoop TD.

Buccaneers: Jacob Boutieller 2 TDs.

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