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Area Roundup

September 03, 2011

Saturday, September 3, 2011

WOMEN’S SOCCER

Holy Family 2, Shepherd 1

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — Megan Tole scored in the 99th minute to lift Holy Family (1-1) to an overtime win over Shepherd.

Shepherd took a 1-0 lead when Ashley Bryant scored on a header in the 27th minute of the game on an assist from North Hagerstown graduate Kelsey Smith.

Tessa Jones had six saves for the Rams (0-2).


COLLEGE TRACK & FIELD

Hawks earn academic honors

Seven Hagerstown Community College track and field athletes earned 2011 NJCAA Academic All-American honors.

They are Joe Edwards, Chaz Nedd, Mike Salguero and Kyle Toms from the men’s team and Samantha Ebersole, Paige Shirk and Samantha Taylor from the women’s team.


PREP CROSS COUNTRY

Enos Yeager Invitational

at Chambersburg, Pa. (2.3 miles)

Girls (top 10): 1. Natalie Holder (Chambersburg) 15:05; 2. Caroline Schemel (Greencastle) 15:18; 3. Nikki Garns (Greencastle) 15:28; 4. McCall Ledgett (Carlisle) 15:40; 5. Alex Orr (Chambersburg) 15:44; 6. Courtney Group (Chambersburg) 15:56; 7. Shelby Stouffer (Greencastle) 15:57; 8. Deija McBeth (Chambersburg) 16:07; 9. Ashley Reinhardt (Chambersburg) 16:31; 10. McKenzie Shank (Northern) 16:45.

Boys (top 10): 1. Vinny Tadaro (Big Spring) 12:44; 2. Nick Rotz (Chambersburg) 12:49; 3. Adam Harriger (Chambersburg) 12:53; 4. Corbin Padgett (Carlisle) 12:55; 5. Danny Klink (Chambersburg) 12:56; 6. Liam Corcoran (James Buchanan) 13:08; 7. Danny Beegle (Gettysburg) 13:09; 8. Jason Barbarettal (Northern) 13:11; 9. Ryun Holder (Chambersburg) 13:16; 10. Zach Coleman (Chambersburg) 13:22.


PREP GOLF

Williamsport 172, Catoctin 190

at Beaver Creek, par 36

Williamsport (2-0): Ryan Crabtree 39, Scot Drury 42, Devin Blackman 45, Ben Seibert 46.v


PREP VOLLEYBALL

Broadfording 3, Grace 0

Maria Pifer and Sarah Couch each had eight kills for Broadfording Christian Academy in a 25-21, 25-15, 25-17 win over Grace Academy.

Anne Hunt had 12 assists and three aces and Katie Connolly had four kills and eighth assists for the Lions.


JV FOOTBALL

North Hagerstown 34, South Hagerstown 6

North: Austin Stone 180 rushing yards, TD; Jason Hall 101 total yards, TD; Gene Balcita 2 TDs; Crosse Barvinchack TD catch, 2 sacks; Nick Karlen 102 passing yards, 3 TDs.

Boonsboro 21, Smithsburg 0

Boonsboro: Bryce Dickens 44 rushing yards, TD, fumble recovery; Matt Crown rushing TD, sack; Tyler Hollis rushing TD, fumble recovery; Calleb Yurish 3 extra points; Ethan Foster 5 carries, 65 yards; Trevor Walsh, Jack Riley fumble recovery each.


FRESHMAN FOOTBALL

North Hagerstown 16, South Hagerstown 14

North: Raughn Carter 136 rushing yards, TD; Mike Kisner 85 passing yards, TD; Jake Clemmer TD catch; Aaron Dopson 11 tackles; Grant Tribble 8 tackles; Elijah Stubbs 2 INTs.

Smithsburg 14, Boonsboro 0

Smithsburg: Dylan Curtis 2 TDs, 12-yard catch, 54-yard punt return; Garrett Brenk TD pass.


RUNNING

Almost Labor Day 5K

Saturday in Greencastle, Pa.

Males (top 10): 1. Matt Elgin 17:43; 2. Ken Lopez 19:59; 3. Luke Cessna 20:11; 4. Brandon Rife 20:22; 5. Todd Harrington 20:30; 6. Tim Hudson 20:58; 7. Stephen Bulka 21:15; 8. Jason Lopez 21:30; 9. Jim Becker 21:32; 10. Jerome Staniszewski 22:14.

Females (top 10): 1. Michelle Van Horn 19:30; 2. Katie Thompson 22:06; 3. Kristal Hollenshead 23:43; 4. Tracy Baer 25:29; 5. Anna Kent 25:36; 6. Morgan Stahley 28:19; 7. Margaret Horioka 29:18; 8. Pat Phenicie-Grandel 29:20; 9. Jody Ebbitt 29:54; 10. Sandra Fink-Freeman 30:46.


BRIEF

Wildcats alumni soccer game

The Williamsport Wildcats will hold an alumni soccer game on Oct. 1, with proceeds being donated to the Washington County CARES organization — which provides, among other things, respite care for caregivers of Alzheimer’s patients. Businesses are being sought to help with the event. For more information, contact Chris Downs at 301-730-8597.

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