Saturday, May 11, 2013
Saint James 7, Georgetown Day 5
ST. JAMES — Kyle Neale, Jake Thompson and Max Brady each scored two goals for Saint James as the Saints defeated Georgetown Day in the Mid-Atlantic Conferene quarterfinals Saturday.
Connor Abeles had a goal for Saint James (10-8), while Neale had two assists, Justin Pank and Thompson each had an assist and Henry Meehan had 13 saves.
The Saints will travel to play Flint Hill on Sunday in the semifinals.
Mercersburg 7, Saint James 6
MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Hannah Warfield and Amanda Broyles each scored two goals for Mercersburg Academy as the Blue Storm came back from a 4-0 deficit to edge Saint James in the championship game of the Prep Lacrosse Classic.
Maddy Shearer, Gabby Cuzzola and Alyson Kinney each had a goal and Megan Laffery had eight saves for Mercersburg (12-6), which finished the season with its first winning record since 2008.
For Saint James, which finished its season at 10-6, Madison Fahey and Sophie Abeles each had two goals, Lynn Hatcher had a goal and an assist, Sarah Treger had a goal, Kerri Kline had two assists and Serenity Miller had seven saves.
To advance to the finals, Mercersburg beat Gerstell 9-7 and Saint James topped Solebury 12-2.
For Mercersburg, Kinney had two goals and two assists to lead the way, while Cuzzola, Shearer and Hanna Warfield also had two goals each, Sophia Garibaldi had a goal and Lafferty had six saves.
For Saint James, Fahey had two goals and four assists, Hatcher had two goals and two assists, Treger had two goals and an assist, Grace Fulton had two goals, Kline, Maddie Guillard, Lysle Bruns and Abeles each had a goal and Miller had four saves.
Hancock 2, Southern Garrett 0
HANCOCK — Hunter McKinley pitched a four-hit shutout with five strikeouts as Hancock beat Southern Garrett in the Maryland Class 1A West region West section quarterfinals on Friday.
The Panthers (10-9) scored both of their runs in the fourth inning. Nate Souders drove in a run with an RBI single, and the second run scored on a passed ball.
Hancock will travel to Allegany for a sectional semifinal on Monday at 4 p.m.
So. Garrett 000 000 0 — 0 4 1
Hancock 000 200 x — 2 5 2
Cooper and Reckert. McKinley and Manning. WP — McKinley. LP — Cooper.
Region XX games at HCC postponed
The Region XX tournament games scheduled for Saturday were postponed to Sunday at Hagerstown Community College.
Play will begin at 10 a.m. with the conclusion of Friday’s Harford-Potomac State game, which was suspended in the top of the sixth inning with Harford batting and Potomac State leading 6-3.
The loser of that game will then face Hagerstown, which lost 9-8 to Chesapeake in 17 innings Friday, for the right to continue in the tourney.
Chesapeake will then face the winner of the Harford-Potomac State game.
The tournament is set to conclude Monday, beginning at 10 a.m.
JV BOYS LACROSSE
Middleburg 13, Saint James 2
Conococheague Little League
Post 202 8, Redmen 2
Post 202: Justin Taylor 4 hits; Maddux Grove HR, 4 RBIs, 8 Ks.
Redmen: Travis Hebert 2 hits, HR; Alonzo Coleman 2 hits, 9 Ks.
Lions 7, Broad Run 3
Lions: Alex Avey 2 hits, HR; Zach Davies 2 hits.
Broad Run: Kyree Smith HR; Jaustin Itnyre 7 Ks.
Valley Little League
Holcim 6, Total Lube 5
Holcim: Alex Kehr 3 hits, 2 HRs; Cole Reed, Konrad Mongan 2 hits each.
True Grit Awards Ceremoney on Tuesday
Mike Spinnler, director of the JFK 50 Mile, will be the guest speaker for the annual True Grit Awards Ceremony on Tuesday, starting at 6 p.m. at Fountain Head Country Club.
Tickets cost $25 and are available by calling the Hagerstown YMCA at 301-739-3990.
The event is sponsored by the Hagerstown YMCA, Washington County Public Schools, The Herald-Mail Co., Cumberland Valley Athletic Club and the Hagerstown-Washington County Convention and Visitors Bureau.
The True Grit Awards are given to student-athletes who might not be the stars of their team, but have overcome obstacles to remain members of their team.