Saturday, October 27, 2012
Peyton Wallech had 11 kills and 14 digs, and Christine Randall added 11 kills and six digs as the Hubs swept the Blazers 25-19, 25-23, 25-11 in an MVAL Antietam battle Saturday.
North (12-1, 6-0) clinched the Antietam title with the victory.
Zoe Schreiber had eight kills and four blocks, Sarah Bentley had 32 assists and Alexis McCarthy added 14 digs for the Hubs.
Clear Spring fell to 6-8, 2-5.
South Hagerstown 2, Northwood 1
SILVER SPRING, Md. — South Hagerstown defeated Northwood in double overtime Friday in a Maryland Class 3A West first-round game. No further information was available.
The Rebels (3-10-1) will host Urbana, the defending region champion, in a quarterfinal game Tuesday.
St. Andrew’s 4, Saint James 0
ST. JAMES — Rivka Herrera and Nikki Jenkinson each had four saves for St. James (4-9-1), which finished its season with a loss to St. Andrew’s Episcopal on Friday.
Mercersburg second at state championship
ELVERSON, Pa. — Mercersburg Academy finished seventh out of nine teams at the Pennsylvania Independent Schools Athletic Association’s state championship at the par-70 Stonewall North Course.
Mercersburg’s score of 347 came from Otto Bunjapamai (83), Ruichi Zhou (85), Andrew Peterson (89) and Seth Noorbakhsh (90).
Tim Brooks and Cole Berman each shot a 71 to share low individual honors for team-champion Haverford (304).
PREP FIELD HOCKEY
Hill 6, Mercersburg 1
MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Paige Richardson scored on an assist by Liz Stern-Green for Mercersburg Academy (4-10, 0-4) in the Mid-Atlantic Prep League loss to Hill.
HCC’s Long, Colgan advance to semifinals at nationals
FLUSHING MEADOWS, N.Y. — Hagerstown Community College’s Ashlyn Long and Sarah Colgan participated in the NJCAA National Championship tournament at the Billie Jean King USTA National Tennis Center, home of the U.S. Open.
Long, a Clear Spring graduate, defeated Rock Valley’s April Weisheit, the No. 1 seed of the second flight and the defending national champion, before losing her semifinal match to Kingsborough’s Sharonza Karamonova.
Colgan, a Boonsboro graduate, playing in the third flight, defeated Delhi’s Liana Salzano to advance to the semifinals, where she lost a three-set match to Ocean County’s Allison Dennis, the No. 1 seed and eventual national champion.
WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY
Shank fourth in conference championship
DALLAS, Pa. — Elizabethtown College’s Taryn Shank, a North Hagerstown graduate, finished fourth out of 151 runners at the Middle Atlantic Conference championships, earning All-MAC First Team honors for the fourth straight year.
Shank completed the 6-kilometer course in 23:55.2 to help lead the Blue Jays to their sixth consecutive MAC title.
Shepherd 3, West Liberty 0
SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — Shepherd swept West Liberty 25-15, 25-15, 25-20 in a WVIAC match.
Melani Lewis had 15 kills and six digs for Shepherd (7-16, 3-7), while Kasey Mercier had nine kills and six digs, Sara Michael had 37 assists and 15 digs and Valerie Bour had six kills, 10 digs and three blocks in the victory.
Michaela Hawkins had seven kills for West Liberty (13-12, 4-6).
Spooky Sprint 2-Miler
Saturday in Hagerstown
Males (top 10): 1. Tony Clement, 26, 9:26.4; 2. Luke Daigneault, 17, 9:48.3; 3. Mark Eissens, 32, 10:17.5; 4. Patrick Jones, 16, 10:19.5; 5. Rob Hovermale, 48, 11:09.0; 6. Ryan Rasco, 9, 11:16.6; 7. Bret Mower, 41, 11:17.6; 8. Jeremiah Downie, 40, 11:49.9; 9. Craig Leisher, 52, 12:31.7; 10. Adam Fisher, 14, 12:45.0.
Females (top 10): 1. Maria Spinnler, 50, 12:42.8; 2. Keeley Scott, 16, 14:19.6; 3. Brittany Eissens, 27, 15:40.7; 4. Bridget Scott, 15, 17:09.0; 5. Drew Wallech, 9, 17:11.1; 6. Jennifer Bowlus, 22, 17:28.1; 7. Colleen Scott, 44, 17:34.2; 8. Madeline Goldstein, 11, 17:56.7; 9. Pam Clemmer, 43, 18:04.9; 10. Karen Goldstein, 42, 18:05.3.
All qualifying events for the first Brawl in the Fall were completed Saturday at Hagerstown Speedway. The Brawl, with 50 laps of competition, replaces the long-running Octoberfest.
Late models were first on the track with 2012 Potomac Speedway champion Kenny Moreland, five-time Octoberfest winner Gary Stuhler, 2008 Octoberfest winner Tim McCreadie, and Kyle Hardy taking the heat wins, while Tim Wilson and Dan Stone were the consolation winners.
In the big-block modifieds, Brett Hearn, the four-time defending champ and a seven-time champ overall, and Matt Sheppard, the 2004 winner, scored the heat wins.
In the 410 sprints, Logan Schuchart, four-time winner Lance Dewease and Blane Heimbach posted heat wins and Daryl Stimeling took the consy victory.
In the 358 sprints, Ryan Wilson and Mike Bittinger took the consy wins.
Sunday’s events start at noon; beginning with the 410 sprints, which will be followed by the big-block modifieds, 358 sprints and late models. Heat winners drew for their starting positions when crossing the scales.
Flames Fall League
Grades 5-6 boys
Hagerstown Hawks 47, Marauder Nation 31
Hawks: Fowlkes 7, Baker 10, Bowers 20, Martin 4, Townsend 2, Harris 4.
Grade 7 boys
Hagerstown Hawks 49, MBA Black 46
Hawks: Branch 2, Cosia 16, Gettel 7, Semler 20, Ferguson 4.