2010-09-30 / Sports

High School Sports

Girls Soccer

Chestnut Ridge 2

McConnellsburg 0

Chestnut Ridge dumped in two unanswered goals early on Monday evening for a victory over the McConnellsburg Lady Spartans, who saw their season record drop to 6-3. Sarrah Pollock had a strong showing in goal with 10 saves.

McConnellsburg 2 Tussey 0

McConnellsburg dumped in an unanswered goal in both periods last Thursday and cruised onto a 2-0 Sideling Hill League win over Tussey Mountain. Libby Strayer and Nicki McQuade had goals for the Lady Spartans, and Nikki Fleming finished out the match with a pair of assists. Sarrah Pollock preserved the shutout in goal with five saves.

Rockwood 2 McConnellsburg 1

The McConnellsburg Spartans jumped out to a quick 1-0 lead, but Rockwood fought back for the 2- 1 non-league victory last Tuesday. Libby Strayer posted the Lady Spartans only goal on an assist from Sarra Kendall. Meanwhile, Sarrah Pollock had 17 saves in goal for McConnellsburg.

McConnellsburg 2

Berkeley Springs 0

McConnellsburg scored a goal in each half Saturday to defeat Berkeley Springs by the final score of 2-0. Dakota Deneen and Kylie Zittle assisted on Libby Strayer’s two goals. Sarrah Pollock preserved the shutout with five saves in goal.

Field Hockey

Forbes Road 7

Shippensburg 1

Forbes Road picked up its sixth straight victory Monday with a decisive 7-1 win over Shippensburg. Kaili Hockensmith, Megan Keller and Sammie Clippinger all racked up two goals, and Corri Parsons finished out the day with one goal. Hockensmith, Clippinger, Keller, Parsons, Kinsey Cutchall, Erin McQuait and Lara Cromer all had assists.

Forbes Road 4 Belleville 3

Forbes Road almost allowed its two-goal lead to slip away, but held it together to down Belleville Mennonite last Thursday by the final score of 4-3. Corri Parsons and Kaili Hockensmith both connected for two goals, and Megan Keller contributed two assists. Teammates Emily Karczewski and Kelsey Lilley both added an assist as well.

Forbes Road 4 Huntingdon 1

After only scoring one goal early on, Forbes Road struck following the halftime break for an additional three goals and the 4-1 victory over the Huntingdon Bearcats. Sammie Clippinger, Corri Parsons, Megan Keller and Kaili Hockensmith distributed the scoring evenly with one goal apiece. Meanwhile, Keller, Hockensmith, Kelsey Lilley, Kenzie Cutchall and Emily Karczewski all recorded assists. Goalies Leah Summers and Jess Gearhart recorded three and two saves, respectively, for the shutout.

Forbes Road 11 St. James 0

The Forbes Road Lady Cardinals picked up their fifth consecutive win on Friday, easily handling St. James 11-0 in the non-league match. Kaili Hockensmith led the Cardinals with five goals, while Kelsey Lilley followed closely with three. Sammi Clippinger added two goals, and Lara Cromer rounded out the day with one. Those having assists included Clippinger (3), Megan Keller (2), Kenzie Cutchall (2), Erin McQuait (1), Hockensmith (1) and Lilley (1). Volleyball

McConnellsburg 3

Shalom Christian 0

McConnellsburg held Shalom Christian to 19 points or less in three consecutive sets Monday night for the 3-0 non-league win. The win brings the Lady Spartans record to 5-1.

Chestnut Ridge 3

Southern Fulton 0

Chestnut Ridge easily handled Southern Fulton during the two opening games last Thursday and fought off the Indians during the final game for the 3- 0 Sideling Hill League victory. Abby Hawkins dished out 15 assists during the match, and Whitney Ritz and Kelsie Truax followed with four blocks and seven digs, respectively. Ashley Sigel finished with seven digs.

McConnellsburg 3 So. Fulton 0

Emily Watkins led her McConnellsburg Lady Spartan teammates in the categories of kills, blocks and aces during the Spartans 3- 0 ousting of Southern Fulton. Watkins totalled 12 kills, three blocks and nine aces, while Jess Nero followed with four kills and seven digs. Becca Hahn also had four kills, while Valerie Green and Marleigh Jennings contributed 22 assists and six digs.

Boys Soccer

Hyndman 2

McConnellsburg 1

Hyndman scored a goal in overtime to eke out a 2-1 Sideling Hill League victory last Wednesday over the Mc- Connellsburg Spartans. Tristin Deneen scored the lone goal for the Spartans and was assisted by teammate Jesse Swope. Goalie Dillan Hollinshead had an outstanding day in goal, making 25 saves.

Northern Bedford 2

Forbes Road 0

Forbes Road lost its fourth straight game last Wednesday and was unable to score a goal against the Northern Bedford Panthers. Goalkeeper Tanner Henry posted six saves during the Sideling Hill League match.

Chestnut Ridge 9

Southern Fulton 0

Chestnut Ridge connected for seven unanswered goals during the opening period of last Wednesday’s game and added another two following the halftime break for a 9-0 trouncing of the Southern Fulton Indians. Goalie Josh Voight recorded 10 saves for the Indians.


So. Fulton 15, Windber 50

Southern Fulton 15,

Johnstown Christian 55

Southern Fulton rolled to a pair of victories last Wednesday against Windber and Johnstown Christian in the Inter-County Conference meet, with J.C. Munson grabbing second place with an overall finishing time of 20:19 on the 3.1 mile course. Tim Mottern finished in third-place (21:48), and Jake Ashkettle (21:58) and Zane Baker (22:55) clinched fourth and sixth place, respectively. Dylan Hudson took seventh place, and teammates Luke Wright, Zach Ziemba and Jeb Williams rounded out the day with eighth, ninth and 10th place rankings.

So. Fulton 15, Windber 55

Southern Fulton 15,

Johnstown Christian 55

Southern Fulton clinched eight out of 10 top rankings last Wednesday while facing off against Windber and Johnstown Christian. Representing the Lady Indians, Alex Zanella easily wrapped up first place with a finishing time of 22:01, while teammate Jenna Hollenshead grabbed second with her time of 23:31. Mace Hollenshead (23:55) and Amy Bard (24:15) finished in third and fourth place, respectively, while fifth-place honors were awarded to Lacey Beatty, who completed the track with a time of 25:43. Mariah Hill’s time of 27:13 earned her sixth-place, and Taelor Morton and Teraiza Barton rounded out the event in eighth and 10th place, respectively.

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