Hawks sweep Harford

September 28, 2011

Wednesday, Septmber 28, 2011


Paige Kitchen had 29 assists and six digs to lead Hagerstown Community College in a 25-11, 25-4, 25-14 sweep of Harford Community College at the HCC athletic complex on Wednesday.

Emma Stahl had 12 kills and seven digs, Cortney Silvis had eight kills and 12 digs and Brittany Skrutski had eight kills and three blocks for the Hawks (9-6).


Shalom 3, Calvary 1

CRESAPTOWN, Md. — Ashlyn Blank had 12 kills, 34 digs and a block to lead Shalom Christian Academy to a 13-25, 25-18, 25-22, 25-18 Mason Dixon Christian conference victory over Calvary Christian.

Natasha Gibble had 10 kills, 13 assists, 18 digs and three aces, Tori Yoder had four kills and a block, Karlee Wise had three kills and three aces, Brooke Poe had three kills, a block and four aces and Kristen Blank had six assists for the Flames.

Greencastle 3, Waynesboro 0

WAYNESBORO, Pa. — Ema Bobbitt had 18 digs, 20 service points and seven aces to lead Greencastle-Antrim to a 25-22, 25-19, 25-13 sweep of Waynesboro.

Tiffany Briggs had 23 assists, 12 service points and two aces,

Morgynn McKenzie had three kills, eight digs, 13 service points and five aces, Lauren Verhoef had five kills and four digs, Alex Baughman had eight digs, Amanda Hammer had seven kills and Gabbie Hissong, Miranda Sharp and Chloe Hoover had three kills each for the Blue Devils.

Martinsburg 3, Mercersburg 0

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Melody Gomez had six kills and six digs for Mercersburg Academy in a 25-8, 25-16, 25-22 loss to Martinsburg.

Grace Wiener had three kills and Lizzie Martin had eight assists for the Blue Storm (2-3).


Hedgesville 2, Musselman 2

HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. — Hedgesville and Musselman battled to a 2-2 tie on Wednesday.

Brittany Pollard had a goal and an assist, Maddy Martin also scored and Kaite Allen had five saves for the Eagles.

Mary Castro and Brittnee Porterfield each had a goal and Ashley Mullenaux had 10 saves for the Applemen.

Williamsport 4, South 0

WILLIAMSPORT — Victoria Key had two goals to lead Williamsport in a MVAL Antietam shutout of South Hagerstown.

Lauren Johnson and Lauren Weicht rounded out the scoring, Chelsea Myers, Erin Palmer and Morgan Williams each had an assist and Julia Price had two saves for the Wildcats (5-3-1, 3-1-1).


North 165, South 195

at Black Rock, par 36

North: Aaron Staley 39, Nate Parchment 40, Drew Miguel 43, Ben Bushong 43.

South: Cody Reeder 47, Eric Sprecher 47, Riley Stephens 49, Luke Shindle 52.

Williamsport 176, Smithsburg 176

at Beaver Creek, par 36

Williamsport (21-7): Ryan Crabtree 41, Ryan Corgard 42, Scot Drury 43, Ben Seibert 50.

Smithsburg: Kyle Huntzberry 38, Christian Grosh 42, Shane Fritts 48, Logan McSherry 48.

Notes: Williamsport won the match after a one-hole, four-man playoff was played, 19-21.


Grace 2, Broadfording 2

Grace: Dalton Myers, Mark Koontz goal each.

Broadfording: Chad Kim, Ben Lohr goal each.


Washington Co. Junior League

Chargers 35, Raiders 0

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


Two Suns honored

Two players who played for the Hagerstown Suns in 2011 — Bryce Harper and A.J. Cole — were recognized by Baseball America in its annual Top 20 South Atlantic League prospects list.

Harper, 18, a native of Las Vegas, was named the South Atlantic League’s Most Outstanding Major League Prospect by the league’s managers, general managers and media. He was also a 2011 SAL All-Star and received Player of the Week honors from the league on May 9 after going 12-for-24 with four doubles, one home run and four RBIs the previous week.

Harper began his first professional season with the Suns and played in 72 games before being promoted to Double-A Harrisburg on July 4. During his time in Hagerstown, he batted .318 with 17 doubles, one triple, 14 home runs and 46 RBIs. He also drew 44 walks and had 19 stolen bases.

Cole, 19, of Winter Springs, Fla., ranked 11th on the list after posting a 4-7 record and 4.04 ERA in 20 games, including 18 starts, with the Suns this season. The right-hander threw 89 innings and held opponents to a .251 batting average, striking out 108 and walking 24.

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