Cadigan's goals do trick for Warriors

October 09, 2012

Tuesday, October 9, 2012


BOONSBORO — Leah Cadigan scored three goals for Boonsboro in its 4-0 MVAL Antietam victory over Catoctin on Tuesday.

Michaela Grove also scored a goal and Alli Hawbaker and Kaitlin Ridenour each had an assist for the Warriors (4-1-4, 2-1-2).

Waynesboro 10, Biglerville 0

WAYNESBORO, Pa. — Alysha McCleaf had three goals and an assist to lead Waynesboro in a rout of Biglerville on Monday.

Jade Swope had two goals for the Maidens (11-3), while Mallory Patterson had a goal and two assists, Sarah Churchman had a goal and an assist, Katie Clawson, Kennedy Chandler and Sam Nichols each had a goal and Lauren Wagaman added an assist.

JV: Waynesboro, 3-1.


Catoctin 2, St. Maria Goretti 1

THURMONT, Md. — Yusif Bayoh scored the lone goal for St. Maria Goretti on an assist from William Snyder.

Drew Katrina made three saves for the Gaels (8-5-1).

John Van Der Cruyssen and Jonathan Carroll each scored for Catoctin (6-2-2).

Berkeley Springs 4, Musselman 3

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. — Zach Wise scored all four goals for Berkeley Springs in a victory over Musselman.

Brandon McCumbee and Jared Levi each had an assist and Brandon Krawcyzk made nine saves for the Indians (9-9).

Wise has 32 goals on the season, increasing his West Virginia career state record to 143 goals.

Heritage 4, CVCS 0

Bryce Nigh had three goals and an assist for Heritage Academy in an MDCC shutout of Cumberland Valley Christian (6-8, 6-8).

Ian Rohrbaugh had a goal and an assist, and David Fisler and Luis Orjuela each added an assist for the Eagles (6-6-2, 6-6-2).


Greencastle-Antrim 3, Big Spring 0

GREENCASTLE, Pa. — Nakita Gearhart had seven kills, two aces and 10 digs, and Chloe Hoover added 10 kills and seven aces in Greencastle-Antrim’s 25-17, 25-10, 25-13 Mid-Penn Capital sweep of Big Spring.

Gabbie Hissong had seven kills, Morgynn McKenzie had six digs and three aces, Courtney Stump had four kills, Claudia Hissong had 12 assists and Erin Koons added 10 assists and five aces for the Blue Devils (14-1).

Mercersburg 3, Foxcroft 0

MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Elise Robbins had nine kills, two aces and six assists for Mercersburg in a 25-10, 25-10, 25-23 sweep of Foxcroft.

Melody Gomez had five kills and five aces, and Vivi Hyacinthe added four kills and two aces for the Blue Storm (6-3).

Calvary 3, Faith 0

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Laurie Hercules had five kills, two blocks and two aces and Jasmin Earl added 22 digs for Faith Christian (3-13, 2-12) in an MDCC loss to Calvary.



Brunswick 199, South Hagerstown 213

at Maryland National, front nine, par 36

Brunswick: Curtis Heaton 43, Brandon Axeline 48, Andy Lantz 54, Hunter Neelan 54.

South: Cody Reeder 50, Dylan Bickford 50, Bridgette Swanson 55, Andrew Snodderly 58.

Mercersburg 179, Saint James 185, Sidwell Friends 186

at Whitetail, par 36

Mercersburg: Richie Zhou 42, Seth Noorbakhsh 44, Andrew Peterson 45, Otto Bunjapamai 48.

Saint James: Ben Holland 43, Patrick Hart 45, Max Brady 48, Steven Hart 49.

Sidwell Friends: Aaron Lewin 38, Benton Weinberg 51, Ali Ahmed 52, Luke Friedman 55.


Waynesboro 1, Fairfield 1

WAYNESBORO, Pa. — Olivia Wolff scored an assist by Hunter Mowen for Waynesboro in its tie with Fairfield.

Alyssa Hamilton had 13 saves for the Maidens.


Shepherd 1, Alderson-Broaddus 0

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — Abel Setegn scored an unassisted goal in the 88th minute to lift Shepherd to a WVIAC win over Alderson-Broaddus (3-7, 1-4).

Alex Aleshire recorded five saves in the shutout for the Rams (5-6-1, 2-2).


Indiana (Pa.) 3, Shepherd 0

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — Shepherd University was swept 25-23, 25-23, 25-23 by Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

Melani Lewis had 10 kills and Valerie Bour added nine kills to lead the Rams (5-11). Meg Kenny had eight kills and two aces, while sophomore Taylor Belella, a Smithsburg graduate, had 23 assists.


Mercersburg 2, Grier 0

Mercersburg: Lizzie Martin 2 goals; Alyson Kinney assist; Mallory Sipes shutout.


Goretti hoops camp

St. Maria Goretti will conduct its basketball offensive skills camps on Nov. 3 and 10 each day from 9 a.m. until noon. The camp is open to boys and girls in grades 4 through 12. The cost is $30 for one camp or $50 for both camps. The camp will focus on offensive fundamentals in ballhandling, dribbling, passing, shooting and 1-on-1 moves. To register, contact coach Amrit Rayfield at 301-739-4266, ext. 100, or by email at

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