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Zielinski wins at Bull Run

September 22, 2012

Saturday, September 22, 2012

PREP CROSS COUNTRY

PARKTON, Md. — Sarah Zielinski won the small-school girls race at the Bull Run Invitational at Hereford High School on Saturday, leading Boonsboro to a second-place finish in the field of 28 teams.

Zielinski covered the hilly 3-mile course in 20:06, finishing 25 seconds ahead of runner-up Claire Beautz of Poolesville.

The Warriors also got top-30 finishes from Kortney Cunningham (20th, 22:16), Ella Hawkins (21st, 22:20) and Sam Smith (29th, 22:30). There were 200 girls in the race.

Boonsboro also performed well in the small-school boys race, placing second out of 35 teams. The Warriors were led by Sean Snyder (19th, 18:34) and Josh Testa (27th, 18:51) in the field of 235 runners.

Williamsport placed ninth out of 19 teams in the elite boys race, led by Cody Bowman (29th, 17:47), Caleb Buchman (49th, 18:20), Austin Schetrompf (57th, 18:32), Emory Rowland (74th, 18:46) and Scott Long (75th, 18:50).

Daigneault 3rd at Mercersburg

MERCERSBURG, Pa. — St. Maria Goretti’s Luke Daigneault finished third in the boys race at the Mercersburg Invitational, covering the 3.1-mile course in 16:57.

Patrick Jones placed sixth (17:44) for Goretti, which was missing a few of its top runners and finished fifth out of 10 teams.

Jake Fishkin was 19th in 19:00 for Saint James, which finished sixth as a team.


PREP FOOTBALL

Mercersburg 26, Calvin Coolidge 21

MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Ayo Adjibaba rushed for 149 yards on 17 carries and scored two touchdowns to lead Mercersburg Academy past Calvin Coolidge.

Adjibaba scored on a 17-yard run in the second quarter and a 3-yard run in third quarter.

Matt Hershman completed 11 of 22 passes for 156 yards, including a 6-yard TD pass to Reggie Fiumano in the first quarter to open the scoring.

Hershman also ran for a 2-yard touchdown in the second quarter to give Mercersburg a 20-7 halftime lead.

Fiumano added three rushes for 29 yards and six catches for 73 yards and a TD, Lorenzo Vazquez had two catches for 33 yards, Ethan Vink had one catch for 25 yards and Boo Jordan had six rushes for 30 yards for the Blue Storm (2-0). 


GIRLS SOCCER

Mercersburg 6, Saint James 1

MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Paige Wolny had two goals and an assist for Mercersburg Academy as the Blue Storm remained unbeaten with a victory over Saint James (1-4-1).

Melanie Rankin and Teal Tasker each had a goal and an assist for Mercersburg (5-0), while Emily Faust and Hattye Hytla each had a goal and Payton Lissette added an assist.

Leanne Ludwick scored for the Saints (1-4-1). It was the first goal allowed by Mercersburg this season.

Nikki Jenkinson had 14 saves for Saint James.

Waynesboro 8, Goretti 0

Alysha McCleaf scored four goals to lead Waynesboro past St. Maria Goretti (1-5-3).

Monica Beck had two goals and an assist for Waynesboro (6-2), while Jade Swope also scored two goals, Sarah Churchman and Katie Clawson each had two assists and Sam Nichols added an assist.

Oakdale 5, Smithsburg 0

IJAMSVILLE, Md. — Corinne Burk had 15 saves for Smithsburg (3-2-2) in a loss to Oakdale.

JV: Smithsburg, 1-0.

Cumberland Valley 9, Chambersburg 1

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Amelia Fox scored on a cross from Kat Lippincott for the lone goal for Chambersburg (2-7) in the loss to Cumberland Valley, the two-time defending Pennsylvania state champion.


BOYS SOCCER

Mercersburg 5, Saint James 0

MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Alex Wagner had 13 saves for the Saints (1-6-2) in a loss to Mercersburg Academy.

Waynesboro 3, Goretti 1

WAYNESBORO, Pa. — Kevin Proctor scored on Casey Bartholomew’s assist for St. Maria Goretti in a loss to Waynesboro.

Drew Katrina made six saves for the Gaels (5-1-4).


PREP VOLLEYBALL

Mercersburg 3, Saint James 1

MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Melody Gomez had 21 kills and five aces for Mecersburg Academy in a 25-21, 25-19, 23-25, 26-24 victory over Saint James.

Elise Robbins had 18 kills, 15 assists and four aces, Vivi Hyacinthe had seven kills and six aces and Kendra Cubit had seven kills for the Blue Storm (3-2).

JV: Mercersburg, 2-0.

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