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Area Roundup

September 11, 2011

Sunday, Sept. 11, 2011

PREP CROSS COUNTRY
Robert Rizzo Relays
At Charles Town. W.Va.

BOYS LEADERS
1. Jefferson ‘A’ 32:06; 2. Williamsport ‘A’ 33:13; 3. Middletown ‘A’ 34:49; 4. Sherando, Va. ‘A’ 35:00; 5. Loudoun Valley, Va. ‘A’ 35:01; 8. Williamsport ‘B’ 36:09; 14. Williamsport ‘C’ 38:36.

Williamsport ‘A’: Evan Hardy 8:09; Cody Grams 8:20; Emory Rowland 8:23, Cody Bowman 8:22.

Williamsport ‘B’: Austin Keplinger, 9:06. Clayton Smith, 9:05, Caleb Buchman 9:01; Scott Long 8:57.

Williamsport ‘C’: Austin Schetrompf 9:09, Andy Dobrzanski 9:08, Brandon Draper 10:15, Cameron Cross 10:05.

GIRLS LEADERS
1. Hedgesville ‘A’ 41:46; 2. Sherando, Va. ‘A’ 42:15; Middletown ‘A’ 43:13; 4. Loudoun Valley, Va. ‘A’ 43:32; 5. Williamsport ‘A’ 43:39; 14. Williamsport ‘B’ 50:22; 17. Williamsport ‘C’ 55:51.

Williamsport ‘A’: Allie Hott 10:34; Tori Boward 11:28; Alex Henry 11:10; Meggan Grams 10:26.

Williamsport ‘B’: Kim Cunningham 11:38; Julianne Baker 13:23; Rachel Lilly 12:43; Yumi Redifer 12:37.

Williamsport ‘C’: Miranda Embly 14:17; Alexis Jack 14:01; Emily Moschel 13:51; Nikki Wyant 13:42.

YOUTH SOCCER
Hagerstown Area Youth Soccer League
U12 Co-Ed
Hurricanes 5, Team No. 5 3
Hurricanes: Leah Smea 2 goals; Caleb Vance, Tyler Johnson, Colin Boyes goal each; Stephen Thomas assist; Nich Davis 4 saves; Hunter Gourley save.

U10 Girls
HAYSL Nerdy Ninjas 5, BAYSO Team No. 7 1
Nerdy Ninjas: Lucy Covington 2 goals, assist; Madison Mertz 2 goals; Elizabeth Shank goal, assist; Hannah Parmenter 2 assists, 2 saves; Mackenzie Giffin 2 saves; Mackenzie Wincovitch save.

U12- Girls (FCYSL)
HAYSL Misfits 8, Frederick 3
Misfits: Taylor Morgan 3 goals, 2 saves; Natalie Scallion 3 goals, Madison Foltz, Carly Swope goal each; Olivia Gilroy 3 saves.

U16 Co-ed
Team No. 1  2, Team No. 3 2
Team No. 1: Clay Smith, Jake Simmons goal each; Max Burzinski assist, 12 saves; Dylan Newell 2 saves.

U12 Girls (AYSO)
HAYSL Ninjas 4, BAYSO Boonsboro Blue 2
Ninjas: Samantha Harrast goal, 2 saves; Cayla Covington, Kierstan Hahn, Jordan Mason goals each; Carly Swope assist, save; Kaiya Rhodes 2 assists; Emily Burzinski 3 saves, Kaiya Rhodes 2 saves.

U10 Girls
Cheetahs 4, Team No. 6 3
Cheetahs: Emily Askin 2 goals, Ryckel Bean, Ashley Frey goal each; Kiera O'Reilly, Emma Shaer 2 saves.

Misfits 7, GVAA 1
Misfits: Brittany Jenkins, Madison Mertz 3 goals each; Elizabeth Shank goal; Aleks Freeman assist; Grace Nigh 5 saves.

U8 Boys
Youngbar 5, McGreevy 3
McGreevy: Finn McGreevy, Riley Mays, Trenton Spoonhire goal each.

U14 Girls
extended play (FCYSL Div I)
HAYSL Crush 3, PVYAA Lady Railroaders 1
Crush: Maddie Foland, Kayle Farrow, Kira Tarbart goal each; Tori Freed, Erica Metz 4 saves.

U12 Boys
HAYSL Team No. 2 0, BAYSL Team No. 6 0
Team No. 2: Colby Snyder 3 saves; Seth Stuller, C.J. Jenkins 2 saves each; Trevor Willard save.

U-12 Girls
HAYSL Purple Ninjas 2, BAYSO Team No. 2 1
Purple Ninjas: Emily Alexander, Taylor Martina goal each; Carter Pennington assist; Erica Metz 6 saves; Katie Li 5 saves.

U12 Girls
HAYSL Pink Fire 6, BAYSO Team No. 1 4
Pink Fire: Taylor Norris 2 goals, 2 assists; Elizabeth Rohr 2 goals; Leah Smead goal, 2 assists; Hallie Brown goal; Madison Breeze 4 saves; Morgan Norris 5 saves.

U14 Girls
Extended play (FCYSL Division II)
HAYSL Predators  3, SYA Poffenberg 1
Predators: Brittney Hejduk, Megan Smith, Bailey Covington goal each; Emma Baer assist;  Leah Ellis 2 saves.

Frederick County Youth Soccer League
U14 Boys
Clear Spring 3, Middletown 0
Clear Spring: Cole Breakall ,Jarret Lazich, Collin Bucher goal each; Garrett Landman assist.

WAGSL
U12 Girls
Hagerstown Freedom '99 1, SAC United 1
Freedom (0-0-1): Cassie Lavin goal; Madison Foltz 12 saves; Taylor Morgan 2 saves.

WOMEN’S TENNIS
Shepherd wins two
SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. – Shepherd University won a pair of WVIAC contests on Sunday posting an 8-1 win over Concord and a 9-0 victory over bluefield State.

COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL
Shepherd splits
SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — Shepherd University split its two matches in the PSAC-WVIAC Crossover Volleyball Tournament.
The Rams (4-4) lost to Slippery Rock 25-17, 25-22 and 25-16 and then came back to beat Kutztown 25-21, 25-19 and 25-18.

SEMI-PRO FOOTBALL
Cardinals move on
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — The Chambersburg Cardinals move on in the Gridiron Developmental football League playoffs with a 39-0 win over Hampton Roads on Saturday night.
Quarterback Anthony Gardner was 15 of 30 for 148 yards to lead the Chambersburg offense, including an 18-yard scoring pass to former Maryland star Keon Lattimore.

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