Hancock holds off Lions

October 13, 2011

Thursday, October 13, 2011


HANCOCK — Lyndsay Himes had 17 kills and four blocks for Hancock on Thursday in a 25-21, 22-25, 25-16, 22-25, 15-13 victory over Broadfording Christian Academy (8-5).

Also for Hancock (6-5), Joan Leavy had eight kills and three aces, Alisa Shives had four aces, 15 assists and three kills, Morgan Bain had three digs and Emily Harvey had seven digs for the Panthers (6-5).

JV: Broadfording, 2-1.

Greencastle 3, Big Spring 0

GREENCASTLE, Pa. — Ema Bobbitt had 18 service points, seven aces and eight digs for Greencastle-Antrim in a 25-16, 25-5, 25-15 sweep of Big Spring.

Morgynn McKenzie had 22 service points, three aces and five digs, Tiffany Briggs had 21 assists, four aces and seven digs, Nakita Gearhart had 14 kills, Chloe Hoover had six assists and Lauren Verhoef had two aces for the Blue Devils.


Calvary 2, Grace Academy 1

Jeremiah House scored on an assist by Tony Hahn for Grace Academy in a Mason Dixon Christian Conference overtime loss to Calvary Christian Academy.

Daniel Frederickson had 17 saves for the Knights (2-11-1).

Berkeley Springs 5, Hampshire 1

ROMNEY, W.Va. — Berkeley Springs defeated Hampshire to finish the year with the best regular season record in school history.

Zach Wise had two goals and one assist, Jared Levi had two goals, Dylan Trip had a goal, Derrick Cowles had four assists and Caleb Murray had five saves for the Indians (12-4-1), who had a 19-6 advantage in shots.


St. John’s 2, Mercersburg 1

St. John’s Catholic Prep prevailed 4-3 in a sudden-death shootout after the match was still tied 1-1 after the second overtime period.

Katie Miller scored the lone goal for Mercersburg Academy (5-6).

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