Thursday, October 27, 2011
WILLIAMSPORT — Sam Kelly had 16 kills and Stacey Christy added 15 kills and two blocks as Williamsport wrapped up an undefeated regular season on Thursday night with an impressive 25-21, 25-19, 26-24 sweep of a Century team that beat North Hagerstown in four games early this season.
Ariah Giles had six kills and Haley Wolff added five kills for the Wildcats (15-0). Summer Neff had 24 assists and Emily Taylor added 16 assists.
Boonsboro 3, FSK 1
BOONSBORO — Tiffany Rohrer had 25 digs to lead Boonsboro to a 25-6, 17-25, 25-22, 25-23 victory over Francis Scott Key on Thursday — Senior Night for the Warriors.
Amber Myers had 11 digs and three aces, Skyler Casto had 10 digs and two aces, Sydney Parks had nine kills, two aces and two blocks, Shelby Griffith had 14 assists and four aces, Shelby Wallace had eight assists and Aurelie King added three kills for the Warriors (6-7).
JV: Boonsboro, 2-0.
Clear Spring 3, Hancock 0
CLEAR SPRING — Sarah Elwood had 16 assists and five kills to lead Clear Spring to a 25-11, 25-16, 25-21 sweep of Hancock.
Emily Winters had nine kills, Alexa Mills and Kristen Mellott had six kills each, and Sarah Blickenstaff had 11 digs for the Blazers (5-9).
Tiffany Younker had four assists, Alisa Shives had three assists and three aces, Lyndsay Himes had three blocks, Jessica Martin had seven digs and Morgan Bain added three digs for the Panthers (8-7).
JV: Clear Spring, 2-0.
Goretti 3, Saint James 0
ST. JAMES — Ellie Burke had six kills and 21 digs for St. Maria Goretti in a 25-17, 25-17, 25-18 sweep of Saint James (3-6).
Abbey Eich had 10 kills and five blocks and Jean Hogan had 17 assists for the Gaels (10-9).
JV: Saint James, 2-1.
Jefferson 3, Berkeley Springs 1
BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. — Brooklyn McCusker had 25 assists and Casey Solomon had nine kills and six digs for Berkeley Springs in a 25-21, 25-23, 8-25, 25-15 loss to Jefferson.
Toni Davison had eight kills and five aces, and Erin Close added eight digs and four aces for the Indians (9-8).
Hawks accept invite
Hagerstown Community College has accepted an invitation to play in the College Baseball Classic next spring at Vero Beach, Fla.
All games will be played at Dodgertown, the former spring training home of the Los Angeles Dodgers, who recently moved their spring training to Arizona.
Hagerstown opens its season on Feb. 26 at Shenandoah University.
North Hagerstown 34, Boonsboro 0
Boonsboro: Trevor Walsh 10 tackles.
Developmental XC meet Sunday
The Mountain Express Developmental Cross Country Meet for runners of all ages and abilities will be held Sunday at Smithsburg High School.
Ages 8 and under will race 2 kilometers, ages 9-10 and 11-12 will race 3 kilometers, ages 13-14 will race 4 kilometers and ages 15-16, 17-18, 19-24, 25-29 and so on will race 5 kilometers.
The cost to enter is $5 for ages 14 and under and $7 for ages 15 and over. The top three in each age group earn ribbons, while places 4-6 get ribbons.
On Sunday, registration and packet pickup begin at 11:30 a.m., the course walk starts at 12:30 p.m. and the races (starting youngest to oldest) begin at 2 p.m.
For information, contact Jan Price at 301-293-4219 or MizOfficial@yahoo.com.
Ultra endurance medical expert to speak in Hagerstown
Dr. George Wortley, an expert in endurance events and mountain rescue, will give a presentation titled “Ultra Endurance Event Coverage” on Wednesday, Nov. 2, at 6 p.m. at Home Suites by Hilton at 1650 Pullman Lane in Hagerstown.
Wortley will discuss how to prevent, identify and treat event emergencies. Anyone interested is encouraged to attend.
Wortley’s mountain rescue team will be working the Appalachian Trail section of the 49th annual JFK 50 Mile ultramarathon on Nov. 19 in Washington County.
For information about Wortley’s presentation, contact Tom Shantz at email@example.com or at 304-676-3257.
Junior Team Tennis
The winter season for high school players interested in Junior Team Tennis will kick off on Nov. 13 at the indoor club in Waynesboro. For details, visit the Tri-State Junior Team Tennis page on Facebook.