Wednesday, September 21, 2011
BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. — Erin Close led Berkeley Springs with 11 points and two digs in a 25-8, 25-21, 25-15 sweep of Petersburg on Wednesday.
Brooklyn McCusker added 10 points and 12 assists and Courtney Miller had eight points and two digs for the Indians.
JV: Berkeley Springs 2-0.
Everett 4, Hancock 0
EVERETT, Pa. — Shiane Pittman scored three goals on Tuesday to lead Everett to victory over Hancock (0-2).
Everett scored three goals in the first three minutes of the match to take total control in Hancock’s first game since the county tournament.
Kasi Payne scored Everett’s fourth goal.
Hancock keeper Kelsie Munch had 16 saves.
Tuscarora 5, North Hagerstown 0
FREDERICK, Md. — Erin Perry scored two goals on Tuesday to lead Tuscarora to a victory over North Hagerstown.
Keeper Emily Smith had 13 saves for the Hubs (3-3).
Hedgesville 176, Goretti 181
at The Woods
Hedgesville: Lawson Boggs 43, Eric Grove 43, Sammy Santos 44, Chris Hafner 46.
Goretti: Michael DiMercurio 42, Nik Steiner 43, Ryan Kitner 46, Jacob Moats 50.
Willamsport 173, Fort Hill 175, Frankfort 234, Bishop Walsh 237
at Rocky Gap
Williamsport: Scot Drury 40, Ryan Corgard 42, Ryan Crabtree 45, Matt Stemper 46.
Mercersburg 167, Sidwell Friends 179, Saint James 182
at Whitetail, par 36
Mercersburg: Otto Bunjapamai 40, Seth Noobakhsh, Andrew Peterson 42, Slater Fuchs 43.
Sidwell: Jeff Slade 42, Aaron Lewin 43, Kase Suyderhoud 47, Peter Bell 47.
Saint James: Alex Beckel 41, Ben Holland 45, Max Brady 47, Patrick Hart 49.
Williamsport 45, Poolesville 12
Williamsport: Casey Shank, Brandon Toloso 2 TDs each.
South Hagerstown 21, Smithsburg 8
Smithsburg: Dylan Curtis 21-yard TD pass from Garrett Brenk.
Shepherd 3, Washington Adventist 2
TAKOMA PARK, Md. — Shane Lowery scored the go-ahead goal to lift Shepherd past Washington Adventist.
Kevin Doyle scored two goals for the Rams (2-4-1), who outshot Washington Adventist, 15-7. David Leonard recorded two saves for the Rams.
Shepherd 3, Seton Hill 1
SHEPHERDSTOWN W.Va. — Melani Lewis and Kayla Walker had 11 kills each as Shepherd upended Seton Hill 25-17, 24-26, 25-19, 28-26.
Sara Michael had a team-high 41 assists and added nine digs for Shepherd (6-4, 1-0 West Virginia Conference). Trish Leigh had 15 digs and Lauren Gardner had five kills and 14 digs.