2012-09-06 / Sports

High School Sports

C ross- Country

SF Splits Meet

With Hyndman

The Southern Fulton boys cross-country team easily ran away with a victory over Hope for Hyndman last Friday evening, while the Indian girls were not quite as successful in their meet.

Josh Voight finished with top honors and the quickest finish on August 31, rounding out the meet with an overall time of 19:18. Other top finishers for Southern Fulton included second-place finisher Tyler Richards, 21:13; Jacob Ashkettle (third place), 22:07; Jacob Pryor (fourth), 22:48; Brandon Remsburg (fifth), 23:03; Mason Bard (sixth), 22:13; Zane Baker (eighth), 24:44; Casey Elbin (ninth), 24:45; and Logan Beatty (10th), 25:23.

Meanwhile for the girls, Macey Hollenshead got the season under way last Friday with a second-place finish overall with her time of 25:12. Gabby Voight came in third with a time of 25:25, and Mel Deneen was fifth at 27:05. Lindsay Pryor rounded out the meet in 10th with 36:05.

Boys Soccer

Juniata Mennonite 3


The Fulton County Community Christian School boys soccer team gave its all but came up short during its first game of the season. Losing to Juniata Mennonite 3- 2, the Chargers were led by scorers Skyler Gordon and Morgan Daniels. Goalkeeper Ethan Stoner finished out the match with a whopping 23 saves.

Girls Soccer

McConnellsburg 4

St. Maria Goretti 0

McConnellsburg opened its season last Friday with a decisive 4-0 non-league win over St. Maria Goretti. Sophomore Sam Roberts led the way with three goals, and Chelsea Danner rounded out the day with the Lady Spartans’ final goal. Alexis Mellott managed two assists, and teammates Sarra Kendall and Brittany Parson each contributed one assist. Goalie Sarrah Pollock rounded out the game with eight saves and a shutout.

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