Saints hurt by yellow cards in lacrosse loss

April 02, 2011

Saturday, April 2, 2011


NEW MARKET, Md. — Kayla Peterson had five goals and an assist to keep Saint James in the game, but two yellow cards ended up costing the Saints dearly in a 16-12 loss to Linganore on Saturday.

The two cards, each forcing the Saints to play shorthanded for extended periods, allowed Linganore to score seven goals to pull away for the victory.

Saint James (2-1) was in a 4-4 tie with 11 minutes remaining in the first half when hit with the first card, forcing the Saints to play shorthanded for three minutes. The Lancers scored four goals with the advantage and seven straight before settling for an 11-5 lead at the half.

The Saints were within 13-12 with two minutes remaining when they were hit with the second yellow. Linganore tacked on the final three goals with the man advantage.

Leah Peterson added three goals and two assists for the Saints, while Margaret Bacon had two goals and Madison Fahey and Lena Tilsworth added one each. Kate Sweeney had seven saves.

Peddie School 15, Mercersburg Academy 2

MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Jordan Shihadeh and Shelley LaMotte scored goals for the Blue Storm (0-3, 0-2) in a Mid-Atlantic Prep League loss to Peddie (3-0, 1-0).


Martinsburg 12, James Wood 4

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Zach Woolcock pitched the final four innings and struck out seven to lead Martinsburg over James Wood.

Woolcock helped his own cause with four hits, including two doubles, and four RBIs, Jake Sites and Nate Temple had two hits and an RBI each, Deryk Shrout drove in two and Dru Sutherland had two doubles and an RBI for the Bulldogs.

James Wood    000    040    0    —    4    6    0
Martinsburg    320    043    x    —    12    14    0
Barber, Murphy (5), Alley (6), Cunningham (6). Cordell, Woolcock (4). WP — Woolcock. LP — Barber.


Landon School 199, Mercersburg Academy 216

at TPC at Avenel Farms

Landon: Robert Balaban 37, Constantine Valanos 39, Brent Bubes 40, Julian Heller 41, Nathan Bubes 42.

Mercersburg: August Jonas 39, Otto Bunjapamai 42, Harrison Brink 44, Seth Noorbaksh 45, Chuck Mellott 46.

Record: Mercersburg 0-1.


HCC 6-9, Baltimore 5-5

Chris Kulik’s pinch-hit two-run triple in the bottom of the sixth tied the game at 5, and he scored the winning run on an error to lead Hagerstown Community College past Baltimore in the opener of a doubleheader sweep.

Danny Morris and Jordan Thurber each had RBI singles for the Hawks (21-9).

In the nightcap, Tyler Walsh hit a two-run homer, Thurber had two hits and three RBIs and Justin Martinez added two RBIs for HCC.

Game 1
Baltimore    010    130    0    —    5    6    3
HCC    201    003    x    —    6    7    5
Smith and Hill. Fulk, Shobe (7) and Torres. WP — Fulk (4-0). LP — Smith. S — Shobe (2).
Game 2
Baltimore    021    101    0    —    5    13    2
HCC    020    511    x    —    9    9    2
Garcia, Smith (6) and Hill. Fisher, Shobe (5), Thurber (7) and Morgan. WP — Fisher (5-0). LP — Garcia. HR — HCC: Walsh (4th, one on).


Slippery Rock 20, Shepherd 9

SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. — Krista Tipett had three goals for Shepherd University in a loss to Slippery Rock (6-4).

Christina Ferrara had two goals and four assists, Kelsey Eagan had two goals, Shannon Carta and Kaitlin Drake each had a goal, Nicole Ruane and Lindsay Ussell each had an assist and Emily Melanson made 12 saves for the Rams (5-5).


Morgantown Road Race

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Former Martinsburg High School and Delaware University track star Brad Dodson placed fourth in the Category III/IV race.

Dodson, 26, a Cat. III rider, was representing Panhandle Bicycles and the WVU Bicycle Racing Team in the race over a hilly 50-mile circuit that involved more than 3,700 vertical feet of climbing.

In the 50-plus Masters race, Hagerstown’s Mike Spinnler, 52, riding for Antietam Velo Club/Team Hagerstown-Washington County Tourism, finished second in 2:25:06. Randy Thrasher, riding for Washington Velo Club, was the winner.


Conococheague Little League

Post 202 18, Lions 5

Post 202: Robert Carr 3 hits, HR; Isaac Schlotterbeck 2 hits, HR.

Lions: Alex Avey 2 hits.

Red Men 10, Broad Run Construction 5

Red Men: Caden Keplinger, Jake Arnone 3 hits, HR each.

Broad Run: Jaustin Itnyre, Jason Gettel 2 hits each.

Conococheague Minor League

Moose 12, Tony’s Pizza 0

Moose: Chase Stoner, Jacob Moffit 2 hits each.

Yankees 10, Valley Storage 4

Yankees: Corey Jamison, Andrew Kelbaugh, John Paul Felder combined 9 Ks; Eddie Lough 3 hits; Dylan Kline HR.

Valley: A.J. Greene, Spencer Cutter 2 hits each.

R.J. Mason 12, Chesapeake Financial 2

R.J. Mason: Bella Itnyre, Trace Draper 3 hits each; Colby Slusarz, Abby Welling, Camden Maloy 2 hits each.

Hancock Little League

Home Care Pharmacy Yankees 9, J&J Taxidermy Tigers 4

Yankees: Zach Clark, Taylor Kerns, Ean Mann 2 hits each; Owen Hawkins HR.

Tigers: Tyler Unger 2 hits; Kyle Smith HR.

Valley 9-10

Ground Envy 9, Karz 7

Ground Envy: Cameron Snyder, Cody Bollinger, Dalton Rinehart, Conner Mozengo, Blake Berry 2 hits each.

Karz: Sean Simpson, Kyle Haynes 2 hits each.

Valley 7-8

Food Pro 8, BJ Builders 7

Food Pro: Garrett Evans, Brady Baile, Connor Bowers 2 hits each.

BJ Builders: Dillon Smith, Frankie Corsi, Brady Martin 3 hits each; Chase Lawrence 2 hits.


AYSO U12 Girls

Hagerstown Misfits 8, Team Lime 6

Misfits: Maddie Gilliam 5 goals, assist; Carly Swope 2 goals; Natalie Scallion goal; Madison Foltz assist, 8 saves; Taylor Morgan assist, 3 saves.

Tuscarora 3, Misfits 2

Misfits: Natalie Scallion goal, assist; Carly Swope goal; Madison Foltz 10 saves.

Huntzberry Photography 16, Collins Appliance 11

Huntzberry: Rhyan Day, Colin Whitt, Luke Barnes 4 hits each; Cole McKeever, Drew Talbert 3 hits each.

Collins: Jackson Reed, Toby Hollar, Morgan Kolich, Nick Bono, Josh Perez 3 hits each.

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