Area roundup

September 01, 2012

Saturday, September 1, 2012


Heritage 2, Grace 1

Ian Rohrbaugh and Bryce Nigh each scored a goal for Heritage Academy in a double-overtime win over Grace Academy in the Mason Dixon Christian Conference.

Nathan Brazil scored on an assist by P.J. Patalinhug, and Jarret Choi had 27 saves for the Knights.


Chambersburg 0-2 at tourney

HERSHEY, Pa. — Chambersburg went 0-2 at the Hershey Soccer Tournament, falling 2-0 to Manheim Township and 4-2 to Donegal.


Clear Spring opener postponed

Clear Spring’s season-opening game against Fairfield was postponed due to weather Saturday night.

It will be played Monday at Clear Spring, beginning at 7 p.m.


North Hagerstown 28, South Hagerstown 28

North (0-0-1): Andrew Fiery 2 TD passes; TD run; Brady Thomas 2 TD catches; Calvin Bembry 164 rush yards; Raughn Carter 80 rush yards, TD run; Paul Viera INT.

South (0-0-1): T.J. Peer TD pass, TD run; Josiah Johnson, Demonay James TD run each; Cole Barnhart TD catch.

Smithsburg 30, Boonsboro 12

Smithsburg (1-0): Bryce Scott TD run, 2-point run; Garrett Spinks 2 TD runs; Ben Busch TD run; Ali Robinson two 2-point runs; Chantz Bland 30-yard INT return; Dylan Curtis 58-yard punt return.

Boonsboro (0-1): Corey DeBaugh, Nick Knight TD each; Nick Hubbard INT.


South Hagerstown 38, North Hagerstown 0

South: James Brooks 3 TDs; Darian Robinson 2 TDs; Mack Tallant TD; Austin Shelton 2 PATs; Deandre Richmond 5 sacks.

Boonsboro 37, Smithsburg 20

Boonsboro: Chance Thomas 109 rush yards, TD run, 13 tackles; Tommy Graziani 108 rush yards, 2 TD runs; Owen Glass 73 rush yards, TD run, TD catch.

Smithsburg: Cole Huntzberry 20-yard TD run; Joey Schwartz TD pass; Tyler Linn TD catch; Devon Robinson 14-yard TD run, 2-point run.


Grace 3, Heritage 0


HCC men 5th at Ship

SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. — The Hagerstown Community College men finished fifth out of eight teams at Shippensburg University’s Galen Piper Alumni Invitational.

Brandon Horning finished 24th in 20:56 on the 6-kilometer course to lead the Hawks, while Greg Rinehart was 26th (21:08), Stephen Starliper was 38th (21:25), Kenton Grossnickle was 56th (21:55), Andy Drum was 68th (22:10), Will Atchison was 75th (22:19) and Ryan Kaiser was 82nd (22:42).

The women competed in a 4-kilometer race. For the Hawks, Casey Barr was 59th (17:44), Paige Goebelbecker was 90th (19:00), Rachel Lilley was 92nd (19:02) and Kelsey Weaver was 102nd (20:02).


Rams win one, lose one

FAIRMONT, W.Va. — Kayla Walker had 12 kills and six digs for Shepherd University in a 25-19, 25-15, 25-13 victory over Ursuline, but the Rams dropped their first match of the season to Point Park, 25-13, 25-11, 25-20 at the Falcon Fest Tournament.

In the win, Kayla Motheral had eight kills, Lauren Wilkins had 16 digs, Valerie Bour had 12 digs and Sara Michael had 27 assists for the Rams (3-1).


Hagerstown Speedway cancels program due to weather

Saturday night’s program at Hagerstown Speedway was canceled due to weather and will not be made up.

For information, go to or call 301-582-0640.


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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