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Panthers sweep aside Saints

September 29, 2011

Thursday, September 29, 2011

PREP VOLLEYBALL

HANCOCK — Lyndsay Himes had six kills and four aces to lead Hancock to a 25-19, 25-17, 25-22 sweep of Saint James (2-3) on Thursday.

Sara Wagner had six kills and a block, Tiffany Younker had 10 assists and five kills, Alisa Shives had 11 nine assists and three aces, Jessica Martin had five digs and Lindsay Flowers added four digs for the Panthers (5-3).

JV: Hancock, 2-0.

Goretti 3, CVCS 0

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Jean Hogan had eight assists, four aces and three kills to lead St. Maria Goretti to a 25-14, 25-18, 25-19 sweep of Cumberland Valley Christian School (2-10).

Jessica Swarner had 12 digs for the Gaels (6-4).

JV: CVCS, 2-0.

Greencastle 3, J. Buchanan 1

MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Lauren Verhoef had 16 kills and Morgynn McKenzie added 12 kills, nine digs and five aces to lead Greencastle-Antrim to a 25-13, 25-9, 27-29, 25-16 victory over James Buchanan (4-6).

Amanda Hammer and Miranda Sharp each had six kills and Tiffany Briggs had 35 assists and seven digs for the Blue Devils (6-2). Tabi Rudy had four aces and eight digs.



BOYS SOCCER

Mercersburg 3, Middleburg 0

MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Breno Calegari had two goals and an assist to lead Mercersburg Academy past Middleburg.

Alfred Hylton-Dei added a goal and an assist for the Blue Storm (4-2-1).

Southern Fulton 5, Everett 3

EVERETT, Pa. — Chase Horton had two goals to lead Southern Fulton past Everett on Wednesday.

Taylor Bohrer had a goal and an assist, Cody Burgoyne and Briar Kirk each had a goal, Matt Garland had two assists, Josh Hill had an assist and Courtney Strait made 12 saves for the Indians (2-5).



GIRLS SOCCER

Mercersburg 7, Goretti 0

MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Melanie Rankin scored three goals to lead Mercersburg Academy past St. Maria Goretti (1-8-1).

Laura Rahauser and Payton Lissette each had a goal and an assist for the Blue Storm (3-3). Nikki Rhyne and Katie Miller also scored, and Misa Ikenaga added an assist. Teal Tasker recorded her third shutout in goal.

Jefferson 2, Hedgesville 0

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. — Rachel Ranson scored twice to lead the Cougars past the Eagles.

Ellie Henderson made nine saves for the shutout for Jefferson (5-5-1). Kaite Allen had two saves for Hedgesville (1-7).



PREP GOLF

Mercersburg 175, Goretti 199

at Beaver Creek, par 36.

Mercersburg Academy: Seth Noorbakhsh 43, Andrew Peterson 44, Otto Bunjapamai 44, Slater Fuchs 44.

St. Maria Goretti: Ryan Kinter 45, Nik Steiner 48, Mike DiMercurio 52, Jacob Moats 54.



UNIFIED TENNIS

Boonsboro 2, Smithsburg 0

1. Johnathan Williamson/Yukiko Shinoda (B) d. Jensine Edwards/Jessica Yesacavage, 4-0, 4-0; 2. Ryan Morris/Nate King (B) d. Grant Stephens/Danielle Eyler, 4-0, 4-1.

Exhibition: Dakota Smith/Kyle Webber (B) d. Hannah Rohrer/Courtney Wells, 4-1, 4-2; Janice Edwards/Joanne Lee (S) d. Taylor Mazelon/Stacie Hahn, 4-1.



JV FOOTBALL

Boonsboro 14, Williamsport 0

Boonsboro: Ethan Foster 117 yards, TD; Trevor Walsh TD; Asher Stine INT; Connor Prunty 2 PATs.



JV GIRLS SOCCER

Clear Spring 1, Williamsport 0

Clear Spring: Jenna Lipinski goal; Keirston Dudley assist; Jenny Bowers 12 saves.



JUNIOR HIGH BOYS SOCCER

Shalom Christian 3, Grace Academy 1

Grace: Mark Koontz goal; Harrison Barger assist.



MEN’S SOCCER

Davis & Elkins 2, Shepherd 0

ELKINS, W.Va. — Edgar Lopez Zuniga had four saves for Shepherd University (3-5-1, 1-2) in a West Virginia Conference loss to Davis & Elkins (4-4, 2-2).



WOMEN’S SOCCER

Shepherd 2, Davis & Elkins 1

ELKINS, W.Va. — Kelsey J. Smith and Morgan Gabriel each netted a goal for Shepherd University in a West Virginia Conference victory over Davis & Elkins (2-5, 1-2).

Erika Martin had an assist and Tessa Jones made two saves for the Rams (5-4, 3-0).



MEN’S TENNIS

Gettysburg 5, Shepherd 2

at SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va.

Singles — 1. Did not finish; 2. Terry Keegan (G) d. Michael Lesko, 7-5, 10-2 tiebreak; 3. Mike McLaughlin (G) d. Taylor Boyle, 6-4, 7-6; 4. John Cronin (G) d. Steven Kolumban, 6-4, 3-6, 6-3; 5. Steven Lesko (S) d. Mike Pratt, 6-4, 6-3; 6. Did not finish.

Doubles — 1. Scott Johnson/Keegan (G) d. Chris Pratt/Boyle, 8-6; 2. McLaughlin/Cronin (G) d. Lesko/Kolumban, 8-4; 3. Kent Thomas/Al Starlings (S) d. M. Pratt/Saliero, 8-6.



WOMEN’S TENNIS

Shepherd 5, Gettysburg 4

at SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va.

Singles — 1. Brittany Bolster (S) d. Isabelle Rodriguez, 7-5, 6-0; 2. Katelynn Mumaw (S) d. Kylie O’Sullivan, 6-0, 6-1; 3. Christina Hammond (S) d. Maggie McLaughlin, 6-1, 6-2; 4. Charrisha Watkins (G) d. Alice D’Alauro, 1-6, 6-3, 10-3 tiebreaker; 5. Bev Keyes (G) d. Rachel Harrison, 6-1, 6-4; 6. Julia Burke (G) d. Christa Carr, 8-0.

Doubles — 1. Hammond/Bolster (S) d. Rodriguez/O’Sullivan, 8-0; 2. D’Alauro/Mumaw (S) d. McLaughlin/Watkins, 8-1; 3. Keyes/Burke (G) d. Carr/Harrison, 8-3.



BRIEFS

Rebels to play for cancer

The South Hagerstown boys and girls soccer teams will observe Breast Cancer Awareness Month by raising money for Breast Cancer Awareness-Cumberland Valley during Thursday’s matches against St. Maria Goretti at School Stadium. All gate proceeds will go to BCA-CV and donations will be accepted. Rebels players will wear pink socks and play with pink soccer balls.

WCJFL thinking pink

The Washington County Junior Football League will be taking donations all October long for Breast Cancer Awareness-Cumberland Valley in support of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Donation boxes will be set up at the concession stand. In addition, the Williamsport Ravens Peewee team has sold T-shirts and raised $200, which they also will present.

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