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Mercersburg Academy deals Goretti shutout

September 30, 2010

GIRLS SOCCER

Mercersburg Academy 7, St. Maria Goretti 0

MERCERSBURG, Pa. -- Paige Wolny had three goals and two assists for Mercersburg Academy in a win over St. Maria Goretti.

Laura Rahauser had two goals and three assists, Ana Kelly had a goal and an assist, Misa Ikenaga had a goal, Nikki Rhyne had an assist and Bailey Blake recorded her second shutout of the season for the Blue Storm (4-2).

JV: Mercersburg 1, Grier School 1.

Hedgesville 2, Musselman 1

INWOOD, W.Va. -- Jess Baker and Kaity Foster each scored for Hedgesville in a win over Musselman.

Katie Marchun had an assist and Ashley Warfield made nine saves for the Eagles (5-4-2).

Mary Castro scored for the Applemen.

BOYS SOCCER

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Big Spring 1, Greencastle 0

GREENCASTLE, Pa. -- Seth Sprague made eight saves for the Blue Devils (4-8-1), but he couldn't stop Ben Kreitzer's penalty kick in overtime as Big Spring prevailed.

JV: Tied, 0-0.

Everett 5, Southern Fulton 2

WARFORDSBURG, Pa. -- Chase Horton scored both goals for Southern Fulton in a loss to Everett.

Carter Black had an assist for the Indians (0-5-1).

Ronnie Messersmith had four goals, Aaron Payne also scored and Matt Zanella made 14 saves for Everett.

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

Catoctin 21, Smithsburg 39

at THURMONT, Md.

1. Luke Daigneault (S) 18:27.3; 2. David Dorsey (C) 18:28; 3. Kevin Dorsey (C) 18:28.3; 4. Nick Trapane (C) 18:57.4; 5. Brandon Humerick (C) 19:10.9; 6. Nick Tilden (S) 19:43.8; 7. Jeff Stone (C) 20:08.6; 8. Graham Lindahl (C) 20:29.9; 9. Marshall Keely (S) 20:35; 10. Jacob DeLeon (C) 20:45.2.

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

Smithsburg 25, Catoctin 31

at THURMONT, Md.

1. Lauren Johnson (S) 21:51; 2. Kelsey Valentine (C) 22:14.9; 3. Kristen Myers (C) 22:40.6; 4. Grace Cline (S) 24:11.6; 5. Lyndsie Delosier (S) 24:12.7; 6. Jonelle Jerwick (S) 24:21.3; 7. Alice Laamanen (C) 24:28.9; 8. Jessica Lavelle (C) 26:12.7; 9. Emma Zahm (S) 26:30.7; 10. Caitlyn Wilson (S) 26:40.6.

JV FOOTBALL

South Hagerstown 28, Williamsport 14

South: Kevin White 3 rush TDs; Nick Griffin rush TD; Andrew Wells, Tre Lewis conversion run each.

FRESHMEN FOOTBALL

Shippensburg 46, James Buchanan 6

James Buchanan: Hunter Brown 85-yard TD pass from Kyler Ramsey.

PREP GOLF

Smithsburg 165, Williamsport 183

at Beaver Creek, par 36

Smithsburg: Kyle Huntzberry 39, Matt Snowden 39, Christian Grosh 43, Shane Fritts 44.

Williamsport (16-13): Ryan Crabtree 44, Ryan Corgard 45, Scot Drury 47, Chris Kiley 47, Matt Stemper 47.

Williamsport 179, Clear Spring 182

at Whitetail, par 36

Williamsport (17-13): Ryan Crabtree 40, Scot Drury 42, Matt Stemper 47, Ryan Corgard 50.

Clear Spring: Tyler Brown 44, Nick Hill 44, Zach Johnson 47, Kyle Shanholtz 47.

MEN'S SOCCER

Davis & Elkins 2, Shepherd 1

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. -- Shepherd University scored in the 89th minute on an own goal off a corner kick by Jeffers Frazier in a West Virginia Conference loss to Davis & Elkins.

Edgar Lopez Zuniga made seven saves for the Rams (4-4, 2-2-1).

WOMEN'S SOCCER

Davis & Elkins 2, Shepherd 0

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. -- Elizabeth Wise had six saves for Shepherd University (2-6, 1-2) in a West Virginia Conference loss to Davis & Elkins (4-6, 3-2).

COLLEGE TENNIS

Hawks take second

HARTFORD, Conn. -- Hagerstown Community College placed second at the seventh annual Hartford Invitational.

Brittany Smetzer and Becky Schrimsher won at third girls doubles, Heather Greszler won at sixth girls singles, Sarah Dice and Amanda Jenkins won at first girls doubles, Chris Kantner and Greszler won at second mixed doubles and Schrimsher won at fourth girls singles.

BRIEF

Frederick Force tryouts

The Frederick Force homeschool basketball team will be holding tryouts to fill out rosters for a high school boys and girls varsity team and a middle school boys and girls team. The Force are scheduled to play 25 games, culminating with the Maryland State Christian School Tournament. Tryouts will be held at Thomas Johnson Middle School on Oct. 12, 19 and 26 at 6 p.m. For more information, contact Barry Blickenstaff at 301-293-1923.

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