Area roundup

March 08, 2012
  • St. Maria Goretti and the Hagerstown Soccer Club hosted a free goalkeepers clinic for players on U14 and under teams (this picture) and U15-U18 teams on Saturday. Coaches included Tristan Longnecker, Rick Aleshire, Dave Tennant, Roy Rickerds, Zach Newman, Mark Barone, Lance Nigh, Austin Longnecker and Scott Garling. Trainers included Goretti's Joseph Theis, Daniel Lopes, Mitch Swope, John Winalski, Drew Katrina, Darrick Brown, Thomas Blake and Alanna Longnecker, Hagerstown Revolution's Brandon Zamora and Kofi Owusu, and EPIC Soccer Club's Maggie Nevin, Lauree Lorenson, Ashley Warfield, Angeles Dixon and Erin Buchanan. The HSC Freedom girls soccer team also helped out.
Submitted photo

Thursday, March 8, 2012


Trojans place three into PIAA quarterfinals

HERSHEY, Pa. — Chambersburg’s Tanner Shoap (113 pounds), Garrett Hammond (145) and Dawson Peck (285) all won their first-round matches Thursday at the PIAA Class AAA state tournament to advance to today’s quarterfinals.

Shoap won by decision, Hammond by major decision and Peck by pin.


Berkeley Springs 67, Lincoln 45

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. — Zack Wise hit four 3-pointers en route to 16 points for Berkeley Springs in a West Virginia Class AA Region II final victory over Lincoln (5-20). 

Derrick Cowles had 15 points, including three 3-pointers, and Brady Spielman added 13 points for the Indians (14-11), who outscored Lincoln 32-18 in the first half.

Berkeley Springs earned a spot in the Class AA state tournament, beginning Wednesday.

LINCOLN (5-20)
Burr 21, Gump 10, Fazalare 6, Reese 5, Rexroad 3. Totals 19 6-9 45.
Wise 16, Cowles 15, B. Spielman 13, Kearney 9, Recio 7, Appel 4, Walters 3. Totals 26 5-12 67.
Lincoln    6    12    10    17    —    45
Berk. Springs    11    21    14    21    —    67
3-point goals — Lincoln 1 (Rexroad); Berkeley Springs 10 (Wise 4, Cowles 3, Kearney 2, Walters). Fouled out — Gump.


Hawks dominate Region XX team

Three Hagerstown Community College players — Antonio Jenifer, Devin Miller and Alister Chisholm — were selected to the All-NJCAA Region XX Division I first team, announced Thursday.

Tione Womack earned second-team honors for the Hawks (28-4), who will travel to Monroe (N.Y.) College on Saturday at 7 p.m. for the District 3 title game, with a trip to the national tournament at stake.


Goretti soccer offensive clinic

St. Maria Goretti will host a free offensive skills clinic, led by head coach Tristan Longnecker, at the Hagerstown Soccer Club on Saturday. Players who compete on U10-U14 teams are invited from 9 to 11 a.m., and players who compete on U15-U19 teams can participate from 1 to 3 p.m. For more information or to register, send an email to Include the player’s name and age in the email.

J.B. Smith golf tourney

The 13th annual J.B. Smith Memorial Golf Tournament will be held May 25 at 1 p.m. at Locust Hill Golf Course and Sleepy Hollow Country Club. The tournament benefits the Eastern Panhandle Free Clinic, Jefferson Memorial Park, Jefferson and Washington High School baseball, and the Eastern W.Va. Community Foundation. Cost is $100 per golfer for the round and an evening reception, and there are several other packages for sponsors and businesses. For more information, contact Ann Smith at 304-725-8117 or visit the website


Hagerstown Junior League

Junior Division

Round Robin Tournament

UAW 44, Nextow 37

UAW: Riley 17, Brown 10, Palmer 7, Shirley 6, Farrell 2, Hottinger 2.

Nextow: Tinsley 23, Shipley 8, Myers 6.

Senior Notes  41, Maugansville 39

Senior Notes: Douglas 12, Bowie 11, Shultz 8, Barnes 4, Hamburg 2, Anderson 2, Embly 2.

Maugansville: Mitchell 16, Semler 12, Fink 5, Roman 2, Bradshaw 2, Naylor 2.

Elementary Division

Round Robin Tournament

Exchange 32, Western Enterprise 25

Exchange: Crees 12, Ferguson 6, Dominquez 6, Lorshbaugh 4, Grove 2, Walters 2.

Western: Hunt 9, Hose 6, Loar 6, Branche 4.

Larry Allen 42, AMVETS 36

Larry Allen: Lazich 19, Shives 9, Michael 6, Coleman 4, Likely 2, Williams 2.

AMVETS: Luna 14, Hamilton 9, Murray 5, Baker 4, Bowens 2, Spicher 2.

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