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Sopa scores 4 goals, leads HCC past Cecil

September 08, 2012

Friday, September 7, 2012

MEN’S SOCCER

HCC 6, Cecil 2

NORTH EAST, Md. — Genc Sopa scored four goals to lead Hagerstown Community College to a 6-2 Maryland JuCo Conference victory over Cecil on Friday.

Mamadou Jallow and Bobby Matusek each had a goal for the Hawks (2-1, 2-1), while Brandon Redman, Nathan Pryor, Fourkoko Chaw, KB Ameyaw, Bradley Coblentz and Ruben Ayllon each added an assist in the victory.


COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL

HCC 3, Anne Arundel 0

Paige Kitchen dished off 17 assists to start up Hagerstown Community College’s offense in a 25-8, 25-8, 25-6 sweep of Anne Arundel in a Maryland JuCo Conference match.

Emma Stahl had seven kills and eight digs for the Hawks (2-0, 2-0), while Callie Butts added five kills and eight digs. Elise Manning capped HCC’s outing with six kills.


PREP VOLLEYBALL

Heritage 3, Broadfording 0

Kara Stamper had 25 kills, five digs and three aces for Heritage Academy in a 25-3, 25-17, 25-18 sweep of Broadfording Christian Academy in the Mason Dixon Christsian Conference.

Chloe Prejean had 23 assists, three kills, four digs, eight service points and three aces, Hannah Gaylor had 13 service points, two aces and nine digs, Brittany Horchner had 13 service points and three aces, Hannah Muller had 10 digs and Bethany Powell had nine digs for the Eagles (6-0).

CVCS 3, Shalom 1

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Tori Yoder had 18 kills, 16 digs and eight service points for Shalom Christian Academy in a 22-25, 25-9, 25-23, 26-24 loss to Cumberland Valley Christian School.

Brooke Poe had eight kills, eight digs and an ace, Kristen Blank had 11 assists, 12 digs and two aces, Kasey Ebersole had eight assists,

Steph Bricker had eight digs, 10 service points and an ace, Lexy Poe had two kills, two blocks and six assists, Josey Fisak had eight digs and Brooke Kuhns had two blocks for the Flames.

JV: Shalom, 2-0.

Middletown 3, Clear Spring 0

CLEAR SPRING — Sarah Elwood had 18 assists and seven kills for Clear Spring in a 25-18, 25-20, 25-21 loss to Middletown on Thursday.

Sarah Blickenstaff had 20 digs for the Blazers (0-2), while Jordan McNamee had 11 digs, Jessica Long had 10 service points and Kristen Mellott had five kills.

Greencastle 3, West Perry 0

ELLIOTTSBURG, Pa. — Gabbie Hissong had 12 kills for Greencastle-Antrim in its 25-19, 25-16, 25-16 sweep of West Perry on Thursday.

Nakita Gearhart had three kills, five aces and three blocks for the Blue Devils (3-0), while Morgynn McKenzie had 16 digs, Chloe Hoover had four aces and two kills and Abbey Pool had three kills in the victory.

JV: Greencastle, 2-0.

Shalom 3, Mercersburg 2

MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Tori Yoder had nine kills, six blocks and 19 digs to lead Shalom Christian (3-2) to a 23-25, 25-18, 25-21, 18-25, 15-7 victory over Mercersburg Academy (0-2) on Thursday.


BOYS SOCCER

North 1, Boonsboro 0

Ryan Byard scored the winning goal for North Hagerstown.

Max Ober had four saves in the shutout for the Hubs, while Greg Fiola had four saves for Boonsboro.

Heritage 2, Broadfording 0

Ian Rohrbaugh scored two goals and Collin Poyle had an assist as Heritage blanked Broadfording.

Goretti 1, Jefferson 1

Will Snyder scored on an assist by Jake Kline for St. Maria Goretti in a 1-1 tie with Jefferson.

Drew Katrina had 11 saves for the Gaels (1-2-1).

Georgetown Day 4, Saint James 0

ST. JAMES — Alex Wagner had eight saves for Saint James (1-2) in a loss to Georgetown Day.


GIRLS SOCCER

Chambersburg 2, Carlisle 1

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Devin Furness scored both goals for Chambersburg, the second on a corner kick from Amelia Fox 4 minutes into the first overtime to give the Trojans (1-3) their first victory of the season.


JV BOYS SOCCER

Broadfording 5, Heritage 1

Broadfording: Eddie Kang 3 goals; Chris Kim, Jason Kettel goal each.

Heritage: Sammy Hardy goal; Spencer Nigh assist.

Boonsboro 2, North Hagerstown 1

Boonsboro: Devin Scofield 2 goals; Jarrett Rickerds 8 saves.


FRESHMAN FOOTBALL

South Hagerstown 24, Boonsboro 16

Boonsboro: Tommy Grazianni 117 yards rushing, TD; Chance Thomas 111 yards rushing, TD.

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