Thursday, October 6, 2011
Goretti 3, South 2
Thomas Blake had a goal and an assist to lead St. Maria Goretti past South Hagerstown on Thursday.
Mateo Pelja and Casey Bartholomew each had a goal, Kevin Proctor had an assist and Drew Katrina had three saves for the Gaels (9-4).
For South (0-8-1), Oscar Lopez and K.B. Ofosu-Ameyaw each had a goal and Joe Rohr had four saves.
JV: Goretti 2-1.
Smithsburg 3, Fort Hill 1
SMITHSBURG — Adler Garrett had a goal and an assist to lead Smithsburg past Fort Hill.
Clayton Layman and Greg Horning also scored, Kevin Gibson had an assist and seven saves in goal and Nick Porter had six saves in goal for the Leopards (4-6).
Mountain Ridge 2, Williamsport 1
WILLIAMSPORT — Colton Myers scored the lone goal for Williamsport in an overtime loss to Mountain Ridge.
Cody Gardenhour had an assist and Alex Aleshire had four saves for the Wildcats (8-2-1).
JV: Williamsport, 2-0.
Potomac 4, Saint James 0
MCLEAN, Va. — Alex Wagner had six saves in goal for Saint James (0-11) in a Mid-Atlantic Conference loss to Potomac School.
Daniel Wasserman, Max Ausbrook, Josh Sen and Geoff Dalilack each scored for Potomac.
Berkeley Springs 8, Keyser 0
KEYSER, W.Va. — Zach Wise had five goals and two assists to lead Berkeley Springs in a shutout of Keyser.
Jared Levi had a goal and two assists, Zane Mokhiber and Cain Ooten each had a goal, Dylan Trip had two assists, Tyler Lineburg and Rex Truax each had an assist and Caleb Murray had five saves for the Indians (8-4-1).
Middletown 3, Clear Spring 1
MIDDLETOWN, Md. — Ralph Weaver scored on an assist by Michael Snyder for Clear Spring (2-3) in a loss to Middletown on Tuesday.
Linganore 1, North Hagerstown 0
Meghan Martin scored an unassisted goal in overtime and Samantha Johnson recorded two saves to earn the shutout as Linganore (8-2) edged North Hagerstown (3-7-1) at Mike Callas Stadium.
JV: Linganore, 4-0.
St. Andrews 2, Saint James 0
SAINT JAMES — Nikki Jenkinson had 14 saves in goal for Saint James (3-3) in a loss to St. Andrews.
Smithsburg 3, Manchester Valley 0
SMITHSBURG — Danielle Harbaugh had 15 kills and three blocks to lead Smithsburg to a 25-15, 25-14, 26-24 sweep of Manchester Valley.
Haley Caudell had nine kills, Amanda Snowden had five kills, Sarah Shives had 26 assists and Karah Knight had 15 digs for the Leopards (9-1).
JV: Smithsburg, 2-0.
Heritage 3, Shalom 0
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Rachel Clarke had 10 kills, five blocks, eight service points and three aces and Kara Stamper had 15 kills and five blocks to lead Heritage Academy in its 25-19, 25-22, 25-20 Mason Dixon Christian Conference win over Shalom.
Callie Butts had two aces and 26 assists, Jessica Gaylor had 10 service points and four kills, Stephanie O’Brien had seven service points and eight digs and Kathleen Kidd had 10 digs for the undefeated Eagles (12-0, 12-0).
Saint James 3, Foxcroft 0
MIDDLEBURG, Va. — Jordan Wills had 12 aces, 17 digs and seven kills for Saint James in its 25-15, 25-11, 25-21 sweep of Foxcroft. Carrie Spicher had four aces and 11 assists for the Saints (3-5).
JV: Saint James, 2-0.
Greencastle 3, West Perry 2
ELLIOTTSBURG, Pa. — Nakita Gearhart had 11 kills and Morgynn McKenzie added eight kills and 10 digs in the Blue Devils’ 13-25, 25-19, 25-19, 21-25, 15-7 victory over West Perry.
Tiffany Briggs had 22 assists and Chloe Hoover added 19 assists for Greencastle (8-4). Ema Bobbitt had 18 digs.
Sidwell Friends 32, Saint James 7
WASHINGTON — Sherman Harris scored the lone touchdown for Saint James (1-5) on a 65-yard pass in a loss to Sidwell Friends.
Goretti 205, Clear Spring 217
at Whitetail, par 36
St. Maria Goretti: Nik Steiner 47, Nick Blake 47, Ryan Kinter 49, Zach Brode 62.
Clear Spring: Trei Commer 43, Kyle Shanholtz 57, Eric Martell 58, Owen Nield 59.
North 166, Williamsport 186
at Beaver Creek, par 36
North Hagerstown: Aaron Staley 40, Chad Shindle 41, Andrew Miguel 42, Nate Parchment 43.
Williamsport: Ryan Corgard 44, Scot Drury 47, Ryan Crabtree 47, Matt Stemper 48.
St. Andrews 173, Saint James 176
at Bretton Woods, par 35
St. Andrews: Michael Fuller 40, Justin Gorton 41, Richard Koch 42, Andrew Bubes 50.
Saint James (2-5, 1-4): Alex Beckel 43, Max Brady 43, Patrick Hart 43, Ben Holland 47.
North 156, Brunswick 198, Broadfording 214
Tuesday at Black Rock, par 36
North Hagerstown: Aaron Staley 34, Drew Miguel 40, Jason Moody 40, Nate Parchment 42, Sam Robertson 42.
Brunswick: Curtis Heaton 47, John O’Connell 49, Brandon Axline 51, Jeff Lantz 51.
Broadfording: Daniel Christiansen 48, Matthew Christiansen 47, Joe Garrish 58, Aaron Litton 61.
Boonsboro 4, North Hagerstown 0
Doubles — 1. Nate King/Ryan Morris (B) d. Celena Belton/Deanna Brunner, 4-0, 4-0; 2. Dakota Smith/Kyle Webber (B) d. Emily Getz/Chris Squibb, 4-1, 4-2; 3. Taylor Mazelon/Jonathan Williamson (B) d. DeAndria Atkinson/Marcus Allen, 4-2, 4-0; 4. Brady Semler/Andrew Garey (B) d. Jesse Foote/Rikia Medley, 4-1, 4-0.
Exhibition — Logen Wilt/Zach Getridge (B) d. Keanna Figirrad/Alexis Lockley, 4-0.
Records: Boonsboro 2-0, North 1-1.
South Hagerstown 2, North Hagerstown 1
Doubles — 1. Keith Beall/Danny Kelbaugh (S) d. Deanna Brunner/Marcus Allen, 5-3, 4-0; 2. Alexis Griffin/Brandon Figel (S) d. Emily Getz/Chris Squibb, 2-4, 5-3, 8-6; 3. Celena Belton/Bethany Haupt (N) d. Shelly Brodka/Jeff Rowe, 4-1, 2-4, 7-4.
PREP FIELD HOCKEY
Sidwell Friends 2, Saint James 1
WASHINGTON — Kate Zeber scored Saint James’s only goal on an assist by Madison Fahey in a loss to Sidwell Friends. Goalie Ellie Barton had 20 saves for the Saints (2-2-1).
Forbes Road 3, Mercersburg 1
HUSTONTOWN, Pa. — Meg Peterson scored for Mercersburg Academy in a loss to Forbes Road.
Syd Godbey and Abbie Siner combined on 11 saves for the Blue Storm.
South 48, Smithsburg 34
South Hagerstown: James St. Hill 2 TD runs, TD pass; Tyrone Hill 2 TD runs; Noah Wright, Michael Burgess TD run each; Dre Johnson TD catch.
HCC 3, Frederick 0
FREDERICK, Md. — Danielle Beaver had nine kills, six digs and three aces for Hagerstown in a 25-6, 25-21, 25-14 sweep of Frederick.
Brittany Skrutski had nine kills and four digs, Elise Manning had eight kills and two blocks, Paige Kitchen had 28 assists and Dominique Quesada had 13 digs and two aces for the Hawks (13-6).