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Hawks go 2-2 in Owens tournament to start volleyball season

September 01, 2013

Sunday, September 1, 2013

COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL

TOLEDO, Ohio — Hagerstown Community College went 2-2 over the weekend as the Hawks began their season at the Owens Express Tournament at Owens Community College.

The Hawks opened the tournament with a five-set victory over Lorain County (Ohio), 25-22, 19-25, 18-25, 27-25, 15-12. HCC was swept by Owens, 25-12, 25-9, 25-15. The Hawks bounced back to beat Lansing (Mich.) in four sets, 25-20, 15-25, 25-13, 25-22. Finally, HCC fell in four sets to Sinclair (Ohio), 25-18, 25-22, 20-25, 25-17.

Peyton Wallech led the Hawks with 58 kills and 21 blocks, while Haley Wolff had 29 kills and Kelsey Koontz added 19 kills and 14 blocks. Sarah Elwood had 45 assists and 66 digs. Tiffany Rohrer had 81 digs and Callie Butts added 78 digs to lead the defense.



HAGERSTOWN SPEEDWAY

Weaver continues success

After competing Friday evening in the Three State Flyers McBee/Hays late model event, Justin Weaver was behind the wheel again on Saturday night in the Run What You Brung 20-lap late model sportsman event.

The newly crowned 2013 late model sportsman season champion from Williamsport battled with Mike Walls until taking control with seven laps to go and claimed his second win by 2.763 seconds. 

“It was a good race. We went on strong there towards the middle of the race,” Weaver said. “Mike definitely had a good piece. I kind of saved and conserved there for a while and it definitely came in towards the end.”

In the 15-lap pure stocks feature, Bill Henney took control on the second lap and powered his way to victory by more than 8 seconds.

Jamie Zentmyer came from sixth place to take the hobby stock lead on the third lap and held on from there to claim victory in the 15-lap event by 1.624 seconds.

In the 15-lap four cylinders feature, Ryan Laye started third and took control at the front about a third of the way through the race, pulling away to victory by 4.6 seconds.



PREP VOLLEYBALL

Grace Academy 3, Broadfording 0

Heather Groves had seven kills, Brooke Morgan had five kills and Jade Boone and Gracie Buser each added four aces for the Knights in Friday’s sweep of the Lions in the Mason Dixon Christian Conference. Valerie Cole had 17 assists.

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