Indians' Wise sets West Virginia goals record

August 30, 2012

Thursday, August 30, 2012


BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. — Zach Wise scored his record-breaking 122nd goal and finished with four goals to lead Berkeley Springs past Frankfort 7-0 on Thursday.

The West Virginia state record was previously held by Brandon Franklin, who scored 119 goals for Class AA school Liberty in 2011. Brian Runyon had 120 goals for Class AAA Parkersburg in 2011.

Cain Ooten had two goals and two assists, Chase Spielman scored a goal, Brandon McCumbee had two assists, Dalton Redick and Liam Khuen each had one assist and Brandon Krawczyk made five saves for the Indians (3-3), who held a 17-8 advantage in shots.

Hedgesville 3, St. Maria Goretti 1

HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. — Casey Bartholomew scored for St. Maria Goretti on an assist from Kevin Proctor in a loss to Hedgesville.

Drew Katrina made nine saves for the Gaels (2-2).

Martinsburg 5, Saint James 2

SAINT JAMES — Seung Gon Yoo scored on a penalty kick and Johnny Ludwick added a goal for Saint James in a season-opening loss to Martinsburg.

Alex Wagner made seven saves for the Saints.

Tristan Reid scored twice and Kemar Mitchell, Tyler Tumblin and Graham Price each scored once for Martinsburg (2-0-3).

Juniata Mennonite 3, Fulton County Christian 2

McALISTERVILLE, Pa. — Skyler Gordon and Morgan Daniels scored goals for Fulton County Community Christian in a season-opening loss.

Ethan Stoner made 23 saves for FCCC.


Hedgesville 6, Saint James 1

ST. JAMES — Taylor Blenckstone scored Saint James’ only goa from outside the 18-yard box in the second half as the Saints fell to Hedgesville in their season opener.


Moorefield 3, Berkeley Springs 0

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. — Casey Solomon had eight kills, three aces and nine digs for Berkeley Springs in a 25-23, 25-17, 25-18 loss to Moorefield in the Indians’ season opener.

Natalie Redick had 10 assists, Courtney Smith had seven assists and Tiffany Michael had eight digs for the Indians.

JV: Moorefield, 2-0.

Jefferson 3, St. Maria Goretti 0

Emma Hogan had nine kills and 22 assists for the Gaels in a season-opening 25-14, 25-20, 26-24 loss to Jefferson on Wednesday night.

Jess Swarner had 27 digs and Drew Holderby added 25 digs for Goretti.


North Hagerstown 149, Smithsburg 173, Clear Spring 217

at Black Rock, par 36

North: Aaron Staley 35, Drew Miguel 39, Nate Parchment 34, Chad Shindle 41, Sam Robertson 41.

Smithsburg: Kyle Huntzberry 40, Jordan Tapley 42, Nate Redmond 44, Ryan Milligan 47.

Clear Spring: Tim Stoner 55, Ethan Moats 56, Garrett Hull 52, Shawn Kenna 54.

Frederick 169, Boonsboro 177

at Black Rock, par 36

Frederick: John Lee 39, Harrison Draper 43, Luke Hays 44, Pat Cacesse 43.

Boonsboro (0-4): Travis Moats 44, Tyler Olson 44, Sydney Alexander 44, Sam D’Alauro 45.

Saint James 175, St. Maria Goretti 189

at Whitetail, par 36

Saint James (1-0): Max Brady 40, Ben Holland 44, Breese Dickinson 44, Steven Hart 47.

Goretti (2-2): Niklas Steiner 38, Mike DiMercurio 48, Jacob Moats 51, Ryan Kinter 52.

Mountain Ridge 182, Broadfording 216

at Black Rock, par 36

Mountain Ridge: Jacob Tinney 40, Tyler Rayner 42, Colton Winner 49, Alex Beeman 51.

Broadfording: Aaron Litten 44, Zach Tussing 57, Kyle Kehr 56, Christian Kehr 59.


Rockville 2, HCC 0

Chucky Kipe made 24 saves for Hagerstown in a loss to Rockville.

Shepherd 0, Lock Haven 0

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — Alex Aleshire made four saves in the season opener for Shepherd University, which settled a scoreless draw with Lock Haven (0-0-1).

Shepherd had a 15-8 advantage in shots and an 8-6 edge in corner kicks.


Adenhart baseball camp

The second annual Nick Adenhart Baseball Camp, hosted by The Diamonds Baseball staff, will be held Sept. 29 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Williamsport High School. The guest speaker will be Baltimore Orioles pitcher Darren O’Day. Cost is $34 per player. A silent auction will be held with items from major and minor league teams, with proceeds benefitting the Nick Adenhart Memorial Fund. For more information, contact Dave Warrenfeltz at 301-582-3233.

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