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Waynesboro edges James Buchanan

October 10, 2012

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

GIRLS SOCCER

Waynesboro 1, James Buchanan 0

MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Alysha McCleaf scored on an assist by Mallory Patterson to lead Waynesboro past James Buchanan.

Nicole Kreimer had two saves for the Maidens (12-3).

JV: Tied, 0-0.

Chambersburg 1, Central Dauphin 1

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Devin Furness scored off an assist from Keri Kalathas, while Emily Neady and Shannon Edwards combined to make 19 saves for the Trojans in Tuesday’s tie with Central Dauphin in the Mid-Penn Commonwealth.

Greencastle 3, Big Spring 1

NEWVILLE, Pa. — Nikki Garns scored two goals and Alli Rudy added a goal as Greencastle-Antrim beat Big Spring on Tuesday.

JV: Greencastle, 3-0.



PREP VOLLEYBALL

Tussey Mountain 3, Hancock 1

HANCOCK — Kara McKinley had seven kills for Hancock in a 25-15, 20-25, 25-11, 25-12 loss to Tussey Mountain.

Sara Wagner had four kills and three blocks, Morgan Bain had eight digs and Emily Harvey had 11 service points and four aces for the Panthers (5-5).

JV: Tussey Mountain, 2-0.

Shalom 3, Grace Academy 0

MARION, Pa. — Tori Yoder had 13 kills and 19 digs to lead Shalom Christian past Grace Academy 27-25, 25-10, 25-23 in MDCC action on Tuesday.

Brooke Poe had six kills, Kristen Blank had 18 assists and three aces, and Josey Fisak added 10 digs for the Flames (9-6, 7-6).

Heather Groves had six kills, Caitlin Cox had four kills and 15 digs, Allie Cox had four kills and nine digs, Valerie Cole had 19 assists and seven digs, and Jocelyn Quirple added 13 digs for the Knights (7-8, 6-8).



BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

Southern Fulton 21, Hyndman Charter 40 (Johnstown Christian, Windber incomplete)

at WINDBER, Pa.

1. Josh Voight (SF) 16:23.5; 2. Tyler Richards (SF) 16:24.6; 3. Seth Cook (H) 18:29.1; 4. Josh Cosgrove (H) 18:29.5; 5. Mason Bard (SF) 18:56.4; 6. Jake Pryer (SF) 19:14.0; 7. Dylan Cross (SF) 19:36.2. 8. Jake Ashkettle (SF) 19:39.1; 9. Nathan Leedy (SF) 19:39.5; 10. Zach Clark (SF) 19:49.6.



GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

Southern Fulton 27, Johnstown Christian 28 (Windber, Hyndman Charter incomplete)

at WINDBER, Pa.

1. Macey Hollenshead (SF) 20:03.0; 2. Annalee Tokarsky (W) 20:39.6; 3. Jalissa Snyder (H) 21:50.8; 4. Rachelle Felski (W) 23:05.5; 5. Corinne Cook (H) 23:26.1; 6. Maddie Sprankle (JC) 23:33.4; 7. Alex Shank (W) 24:44.1; 8. Jenna Bracken (W) 25:26.7; 9. Lindsey Pryor (SF) 25:33.9; 10. Kadi Cosgrove (H) 25:57.0.



PREP GOLF

Smithsburg 188, Brunswick 188

At Beaver Creek, par 36

Smithsburg: Kyle Huntzberry 41, Jordan Tapley 49, Nate Redmond 52, Cody Fairall 52.

Brunswick: Kurtis Heaton 40, Andy Lantz 50, John Reedy 52, Brandon Axline 49.

Mercersburg Academy 184, Middleburg Academy 239

At Whitetail, par 36

Mercersburg (8-3): Andrew Peterson 41, Richie Zhou 42, Mike DeNunzio 50, Mitchell Smith 51.



JV FOOTBALL

Smithsburg 20, N. Hagerstown 6

Smithsburg (3-3): Ben Busch 2 rush TDs; Brendon Hult 26-yard rush TD; Dylan Curtis 2 INTs.

Jefferson 21, Boonsboro 0

Boonsboro: Maliq Curtis 90-rush yards; Logan Roberts 70-rush yards; Cory Debaugh 6 tackles.



JV BOYS SOCCER

Clear Spring 1, Musselman 1

Clear Spring (4-4-2): Brady Rohrer goal; Chris Muese assist.



RUNNING

Local runners shined on Sunday

Tony Clement, 25, of Williamsport, and Wade Miller, 21, of Hagerstown, finished 1-2 at the Johnstown (Pa.) Half Marathon on Sunday.

Clement covered the 13.1-mile course in 1 hour, 10 minutes and 25 seconds, while Miller was a close second in 1:10:33.

In the Johnstown Marathon, Justin Cole, 24, of Williamsport, placed second overall in 2:38:22 in his first 26.2-mile race.

At the Chicago Marathon, Brandon Brown, 25, of Hagerstown, placed 209th overall in 2:43:26, while Kathleen Luzier, 43, of Boonsboro, placed 335th among females and 41st in the women’s 40-44 age group in 3:20:58.



BRIEF

Coaching position

St. Maria Goretti is looking for an assistant baseball coach. Applicants should contact Goretti athletic director David Blenckstone at 301-739-4266, ext. 129 or by email at dblenckstone@goretti.org.

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