Schultz charges to Middle Atlantic win

September 19, 2011

September 19, 2011


CHESTERFIELD, Va. — Beaver Creek Country Club pro Dirk Schultz refreshed his winning edge on Monday.

Schultz captured the title in the Middle Atlantic PGA’s Head Pro Championship with a 3-under-par 69 at Lake Chesdin Golf Club thanks to a late charge on the back nine.

Schultz went 36-33 on his card, starting on No. 18 in the shotgun format. He was 2 over after the fifth hole, and after two birdies and another bogey he found himself at 1 over through No. 12 before catching fire.

He sandwiched birdies on 13 and 15 around an eagle on 14, a long par 5.

Schultz hit an 8-iron from 160 feet within 4 feet of the pin on 13, went driver and 3-metal before making a 25-to-30-foot eagle putt on 14, then hit a 5-foot putt on 15 after a pinpoint 7-iron from 167 yards.

After closing with pars on the last two holes, Schultz had to wait for the remainder of the field to come in. Wwhen the final tallies were posted, he had a one-stroke win over Rick Shuller and Bryan Jackson.

“The win puts me in a good frame of mind that I can still do it,” said Schultz, who has had a frustrating summer in terms of a lack of wins on the MAPGA circuit.

Schultz garnered 200 player-of-the-year points heading into next Monday’s Tournament of Champions at Beaver Creek.

The win was his first since late March, when he won the MAPGA’s Pro-Pro Championship. He became a repeat winner in the Pro Championship, having won in 2008 at Blue Ridge Shadows.

— Tim Koelble


North Hagerstown 1, Tuscarora 0

Ryan Byard scored the game-winning goal on an assist by Osman Ramizov as North Hagerstown shut out Tuscarora.

Max Ober made 10 saves for the Hubs (6-0).

JV: Tuscarora, 4-1.


Middletown 6, North Hagerstown 0

MIDDLETOWN, Md. — Emily Smith had 12 saves for the Hubs (3-2) in a loss to Middletown.  

St. John’s 5, Goretti 2

Annie Cochran and Alexis Barone each scored a goal for St. Maria Goretti in a loss to St. John’s Catholic Prep.

Theresa Barton had an assist and Lauree Lorensen made 12 saves for the Gaels.


Southern Fulton 3, Bishop Walsh 0

CUMBERLAND, Md. — Jenna Palmer had 19 service points, three aces and four kills to lead Southern Fulton in a 25-18, 25-19, 26-24 sweep of Bishop Walsh.

Emily Barton had five kills, three blocks and four aces, Cheyenne Koons had 11 service points and three aces, Whitney Ritz had five kills and Abby Hawkins added 10 assists for the Indians (2-3).

JV: Southern Fulton, 2-1.

Shalom wins tournament

FANNETTSBURG, Pa. — Shalom Christian Academy won 9 of 10 games on Saturday to claim the Fannett-Metal Tournament championship.

The Flames swept Mercersburg Academy (25-23, 25-14), Fannett-Metal (25-17, 25-19) and Fairfield (25-14, 25-12) and split with Hyndman (19-25, 25-23) in pool play. Shalom then beat Fannett-Metal 25-15, 27-25 for the title.

Natasha Gibble was named to the all-tournament team.


Williamsport 22, Smithsburg 39, Brunswick 87, Hancock 103


1. Clay Smith (W) 18:20; 2. Luke Daigneault (S) 18:43; 3. Austin Schetrompf (W) 18:44; 4. Brian Garcia (S) 18:51; 5. Evan Hardy (W) 18:55; 6. Cody Bowman (W) 18:55; 7. Scott Long (W) 18:55; 8. Emory Rowland (W) 19:00; 9. Caleb Buchman (W) 19:00; 10. Alek Redenbo (S) 19:10; 11. Nick Porter (S) 19:13; 12. Greg Horning (S) 19:42; 13. Austin Keplinger (W) 19:45; 14. Andy Dobrzanski (W) 20:00; 15. Brandon Draper (W) 20:03.



Smithsburg 22, Williamsport 46, Brunswick 67


1. Lauren Johnson (S) 19:41; 2. D’Andrea-Penna (B) 21:02; 3. Taylor Cline (S) 22:51; 4. Kailey Stracka (S) 23:01; 5. Chelsea Massie (S) 23:03; 6. Tori Boward (W) 23:28; 7. Alex Henry (W) 23:28; 8. Allie Hott (W) 23:28; 9. Brittney DeHart (S) 23:46; 10. Emma Zahm (S) 24:26; 11. Kimberly Cunningham (W) 24:28; 12. Elisabeth Hines (S) 24:39; 13. Roy (B) 25:11; 14. Kastelien (W) 25:21; 15. Grisez (B) 25:23.


HCC 6, Cecil 2

Garrett Hajjar had two goals and two assists to lead Hagerstown past Cecil in a Maryland JuCo game.

Zack Morgan had two goals, Jordan Payne and Justin Yates each had a goal and Mamdou Jallow and Nelson Moreno had two assists each for the Hawks (2-2, 2-2).


Goretti 181, CVCS 237

at Rocky Springs

Goretti: Nik Steiner 43, Michael DiMercurio 43, Ryan Kinter 45, Jacob Moats 50.

CVCS: Nicole Ellis 54, Hannah Turner 57, Tanner Binkley 60, Darius Barbour 66.

Berkeley Springs 202, Clear Spring 211

at Cacapon, par 36

Berkeley Springs: Colin McPeak 41, Matt Walters 46, Josh Bragg 56, Courtney Close 59.

Clear Spring: Kyle Shanholtz 46, Trei Commer 51, Garrett Hull 56, Owen Nield 58.

Mid-Penn Conference
Commonwealth Division

Team results: Chambersburg 423, Shippensburg 435, Waynesboro 437, James Buchanan 446, Greencastle 490, Gettysburg 510

at Waynesboro Country Club, par 71

Chambersburg (30-0): Nick Stonesifer 75, Austin Green 82, Carter Rajtik 85, Cory Eberly 85, Paul Lessard 96.

Waynesboro (21-9): Tyler Bricker 81, Ben Weber 83, Garrett Eisenhauer 89, John Zimmerman 90, Austin Bryan 94.

James Buchanan (13-17): Garrett Malanka 83, Grant Strawoet 87, Isaac Sipes 87, Austin Metzler 94, Blake Hissong 95.

Greencastle (6-24): Hunter Heuer 91, Eli Englehart 94, Jason Reuter 100, Ryan Blair 100, Austin Stouffer 105.


Mercersburg 26, Timber Ridge 14

Mercersburg: Trustin Riley, Kam Undieh TD run each; Brad McGhee TD pass to Theo Mordecai.


Rams ranked third in Division II

After posting a 64-7 victory over Seton Hill on Saturday, Shepherd University moved from seventh to third in the latest AFCA Division II Coaches’ Poll.

The Rams totaled 542 yards in the win while holding Seton Hill to 84 total yards. Shepherd set a school record by forcing the Griffins into minus-45 yards rushing.

The Rams return to action Saturday when it hosts Charleston at noon.


Washington County Junior League

‘A’ Games

Smithsburg Jets 20, Williamsport Vikings 0

Jets: Cole Huntzberyy TD, 2 PATs; Bryce Scharenbroch, Duke Zimmerman TD each.

Boonsboro Titans 27, Hagerstown Browns 0

Titans: Johnny Kerins 3 TDs; Ryan Zinaich TD; Chance Thomas 3 2-point kicks.

Hagerstown Packers 20, Smithsburg Patriots 0

Packers: Antonie Longfellow 2 TDs; Matt Shaffer TD; Brandon Gooden 2-point kick.

Clear Spring Chargers 13, Hagerstown Giants 0

Chargers: Joe McCoy TD, PAT; Miguel Molina TD.

Williamsport Bears 35, Hancock Raiders 0

Bears: Bryce Ruppenthal, Matt Malphurs 2 TDs each; Coby Baker, Jake Arnone TD each.

‘B’ Games

Smithsburg Jets 7, Williamsport Vikings 6

Jets: Ryan Donegan TD, PAT.

Vikings: Riley Wolfensberger TD.

Boonsboro Titans 34, Hagerstown Browns 0

Titans: Daemyon Garey 2 TDs, 2 PATs; Max Crist, Jon Grimm TD each; Dalton Shank PAT.

Smithsburg Patriots 26, Hagerstown Packers 12

Patriots: Chris Sellers 3 TDs; Collin Curtis TD, PAT; Corey Jackson PAT.

Packers: Cameron Redick, Chase Moloney TD each.

Clear Spring Chargers 32, Hagerstown Giants 6

Chargers: Jaret Lazich 4 TDs, 2-point kick; Skylar Whittington TD.

Giants: Ryan Clark TD.

Williamsport Bears 28, Hancock Raiders 0

Bears: Nathan Deloso, Jason Gettel, Brett Artz TD, PAT each; Ryan McLaughlin TD; Jeremy Snow PAT.


Due to a source’s error, incorrect information was contained in Sunday’s area roundup on page B3. St. Maria Goretti lost 3-2 to Saint James in girls soccer. Alexis Barone scored both goals for the Gaels, Theresa Barton had an assist, Lauree Lorensen made six saves and Jenna Katrina added seven saves.

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