Clear Spring girls score in each half, blank Catoctin

September 26, 2011

Monday, September 26, 2011


CLEAR SPRING — Clear Spring scored a goal in each half and blanked Catoctin 2-0 in an MVAL Antietam game on Monday.

Jessica Barnhart scored in the first half for the Blazers (4-3) off an assist by Bethany Bowers. Lexi Albert netted a goal in the second half off an assist by Miranda Kearney.

Victoria Albert made 10 saves for Clear Spring.

JV: Clear Spring, 4-0.

Jefferson 2, Hedgesville 0

HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. — Jefferson goalie Ellie Henderson made five saves to shut out Hedgesville.

The first goal for Jefferson deflected off an Eagles defender for an own goal, and Kierston Barnholt scored the second for the Cougars.

Hedgesville keeper Kaite Allen recorded four saves.


Fannett-Metal 1, Southern Fulton 0

WARFORDSBURG, Pa. — Fannett-Metal edged Southern Fulton on Eric Foy’s goal in the 44th minute.

Indians goalie Courtney Strait made 15 saves. Southern Fulton was outshot, 16-9.

Berkeley Springs 6, Petersburg 0

PETERSBURG, W.Va. — Derrick Cowles scored two goals for Berkeley Springs in a shutout of Petersburg.

Zach Wise, Dylan Trip, Cain Ooten and Zack Woods also scored for the Indians (7-2-1), while Wise posted two assists and Ooten and Jake Truax each added one. Caleb Murray made four saves.


Smithsburg 3, Goretti 0

SMITHSBURG — Sarah Shives had 19 assists and 11 digs in a 25-8, 25-15, 25-5 victory over St. Maria Goretti.

Peyton Belella had 12 assists, Danielle Harbaugh finished with 13 kills and Amanda Snowden recorded seven kills for the Leopards (6-1).

Heritage 3, Broadfording 0

Kara Stamper had 18 kills and three aces, and Callie Butts added 25 assists as the Eagles swept the Lions 25-14, 25-5, 25-10 in the Mason Dixon Christian Conference.

Jessica Gaylor had 10 digs, Stephanie O’Brien added eight and Kathleen Kidd had five for Heritage (9-0, 9-0).

Hancock 3, Paw Paw 0

HANCOCK — Lyndsay Himes led Hancock with eight kills in a 25-16, 25-5, 25-12 sweep of Paw Paw.

Tiffany Younker paced the Panthers (4-3) in assists with 10 and Alisa Shives added 15 aces.

JV: Hancock, 2-0.

Brunswick 3, Clear Spring 1

BRUNSWICK, Md. — The Railroaders defeated the Blazers downed Clear Spring in four games, 25-23, 25-14, 23-25, 28-26, in an MVAL Antietam match.

Kristen Mellott led Clear Spring (1-5, 0-4) with 11 kills, while Alexa Mills paced the Blazers with 17 digs. Sarah Blickenstaff had 14 digs and Sarah Elwood added 12 assists.

Shalom Christian 3, Fannett-Metal 0

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Shalom Christian swept Fannett-Metal, 25-18, 25-10, 25-16.

Natasha Gibble and Tori Yoder each had seven kills for the Flames. Gibble and Kristen Blank each added nine assists. Ashlyn Blank had 14 digs.

Meyersdale 3, Southern Fulton 0

WARFORDSBURG, Pa. — Whitney Ritz had four kills and three aces for Southern Fulton in a 25-23, 25-21, 25-20 loss to Meyersdale.

Abby Hawkins finished with 16 assists for the Indians (2-6), while Melanie Deneen had 12 digs. Emily Barton finished with five kills and two blocks, while Jenna Palmer added five kills and five digs.

Gettysburg 3, Greencastle-Antrim 0

GETTYSBURG, Pa. — Gettysburg swept Greencastle 25-23, 25-21, 25-16.

Amanda Hammer led the Blue Devils with 10 kills, while Lauren Verhoef added seven. Tiffany Briggs had 26 assists and five digs. Alex Baughman added 13 digs and Tabi Rudy had 10.


West Virginia Regional

at Stonewall Jackson Resort

Team scores: Braxton 273, Petersburg 281, Phillip Barbour 282, Webster County 319, Berkeley Springs 332, Lincoln 343, Frankfurt 343, Keyser 352

Berkeley Springs: Matt Walters 86, Josh Bragg 112, Colin McPeak 134, Austin Athey 144.

Note: Walters qualified for the state tournament.


Boonsboro grad Lowery earns honors for Rams

Shepherd University junior forward Shane Lowery, a Boonsboro graduate, was named West Virginia Conference Player of the Week.

Lowery led Shepherd to two wins last week. He scored the game-winning goal in a 3-2 win over Washington Adventist and added two goals in Shepherd’s 5-3 win over Concord.


Shepherd remains third

Shepherd University remained in the third spot in the American Football Coaches Association NCAA Division II poll, released Monday.

The Rams improved to 4-0 with a 59-10 win over Charleston on Saturday.


Gardner, Kersey win Chambersburg event

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Jim Gardner and Cody Kersey combined to win the 2011 Team Gross Fall Classic at Chambersburg Country Club.

Gardner and Kersey shot rounds of 69, 66 and 69 for a 204 total, three shots better than William Smith and Jim Hughes.


Greencastle-Antrim 30, West Perry 14

Greencastle: Matt Montedoro 2 TDs; Devin Statler 42-yard TD run; Ashtin Byers 30-yard TD run.

Mercersburg Academy 42, MSD 6


Washington Co. Junior League

‘A’ Division

Giants 25, Browns 0

Giants: Cory Hart 2 TDs; Darren Guillaume, Diamone Disney TD each.

Packers 30, Buccaneers 0

Packers: Antonie Longfellow 2 TDs; Matt Shaffer, McCoy Dutrow TD each; Brandon Gooden 3 two-point kicks.

Jets 32, Patriots 6

Jets: Cole Huntzberry, Bryce Scharenbroch 2 TDs each; Tyler Linn TD; Ryan Kollich 2 PATs.

Patriots: Colby Johnson TD.

Bears 12, Vikings 6

Bears: Bryce Ruppenthal 2 TDs.

Vikings: Teddy Batson TD.

Chargers 35, Raiders 0

Miguel Molina 3 TDs; Jared Barnes, Colton Aaron, Joe McCoy TD each; Joey Fisher 2 two-point kicks; Kenny House fumble recovery; Greg Golden INT.

‘B’ Division

Browns 7, Giants 6

Browns: Chase Metz TD, PAT.

Giants: Taliek McKenzie TD.

Packers 13, Buccaneers 0

Packers: Chase Moloney 2 TDs; D.J. McKnight PAT run.

Patriots 19, Jets 6

Patriots: Colin Curtis 2 TDs, PAT; Chris Sellers TD.

Jets: Mark Nee TD.

Vikings 7, Bears 6

Vikings: Titus Baylor TD; Alonzo Coleman PAT.

Bears: Bret Artz TD.

Chargers 25, Raiders 0

Chargers: Jaret Lazich 2 TDs; Jordan Blair TD; Ben Eby PAT run.


HCC volleyball hosts Dig Pink Night

The Hagerstown Community College volleyball team will hold its annual Dig Pink Night to raise attention to breast cancer and the need to support prevention and research for a cure. The Hawks will host Cecil College in a Maryland JuCo match on Oct. 14 at 6 p.m. Various activities will be held to raise money — almost $5,000 has been raised in the past three years in support of the Side Out Foundation, which sponsors these events nationally.

Goretti hoops camp set

St. Maria Goretti will host its Offensive Skills Camp on Nov. 5 and Nov. 12 from 9 a.m. to noon each day for boys and girls in grades 4 through 9. Cost for one session is $30 and cost for both is $50. For more information, contact Goretti boys basketball coach Amrit Rayfield at 301-739-4266, ext. 160, or 304-678-9503.

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