2012-10-10 / Sports

High School Sports

Boys Soccer

Windber 7

Southern Fulton 0

Windber dominated Southern Fulton on Saturday, trouncing the Indians by the final score of 7-0. Tim Mottern and Richard Trumpower shared time in goal during the non-league match. Mottern and Trumpower had seven and six saves respectively.

Fannett-Metal 1

McConnellsburg 0

Fannett-Metal pulled off a narrow win over the Mc- Connellsburg Spartans last Monday, winning the Sideling Hill League match 1-0. Goalkeeper Nick Daniels rounded out the day with one save in goal.

Southern Fulton 8

Forbes Road 3

Southern Fulton picked up its very first win of the season Monday easily downing Forbes Road by the final score of 8-3. Mason Bard led the Indians’ scoring effort with three goals and two assists, while Taylor Bohrer added two goals and one assist. Josh Hill and Tyler Richards had two goals and one goal, respectively, and Dristen Mellott and Josh Voight both had assists.

J. J. Martz, Caleb Mc- Gowan and Garrett Bard all had goals for the Cardinals during the Sideling Hill League loss. Cardinal goalie Mack Hawkins and Southern Fulton goalkeeper Tim Mottern both finished with four saves.

York Country Day 5

FCCCS 4

Dallas Ruppenthal led the Fulton County Community Christian School’s offensive effort during a recent 5- 4 loss to York Country Day. Ruppenthal tallied three goals, and teammate Skyler Gordon added one goal and two assists.

McConnellsburg 3

Chestnut Ridge 2

McConnellsburg tallied three goals in the opening half last Wednesday and held on tight for a 3-2 Sideling Hill League win over Chestnut Ridge. Jesse Swope led the Spartan offensive effort with two goals, and Matt Snyder rounded out the day with one goal. Teammate Tristin Deneen had two assists. Goalkeeper Nick Daniels closed out the Sideling Hill League match with 11 saves.

Forbes Road 1

Everett 1

Forbes Road scored early on last Wednesday and held on for a 1-1 tie against the Everett Warriors. James Kendall had the lone goal for the Cardinals in the Sideling Hill League game. Goalie Mack Hawkins tallied 11 saves.

Northern Bedford 7

Southern Fulton 1

Northern Bedford’s four goal lead was extended following the halftime break last Wednesday when the Panthers walked off with a 7- 1 Sideling Hill League win over Southern Fulton. Carter Black scored the Indians only goal on an assist from Josh Voight. Goalkeeper Tim Mottern finished out the match with eight saves.

Girls Soccer

McConnellsburg 5

Everett 0

Five members of the Mc- Connellsburg Lady Spartans soccer team found the back of the net last Thursday during a 5-0 win over the Everett Warriors. Sarra Kendall, Abby Peck, Jordin Smith, Nikki Fleming and Sam Roberts all posted goals for McConnellsburg during the Sideling Hill League win. Kendall and Fleming both posted two assists, and Brittany Parson had an assist as well. Goalie Sam Roberts finished with four saves in goal.

James Buchanan 1

McConnellsburg 0

With five players out of Monday’s game with injuries, McConnellsburg lost to James Buchanan by one goal. Lady Spartan goalkeeper Sam Roberts made six saves during the nonleague match.

Volleyball

James Buchanan 3

McConnellsburg 1

McConnellsburg jumped out to win the opening set Monday night, but it would be James Buchanan, who rallied for a 3-1 non-league win. Jessi Keefer had seven kills, four blocks and five aces, while Gabby Danner totalled 20 assists and 15 digs. Kylie Keefer followed with seven kills, and Deanne Dickerson had eight digs.

Northern Bedford 3

McConnellsburg 2

Northern Bedford and McConnellsburg stretched last Tuesday’s match to five sets, with the Lady Panthers prevailing over the Spartans 3-2. Jessi Keefer racked up 13 kills, three blocks and two aces, while Kylie Keefer added 14 assists. Deanne Dickerson had 15 digs and two aces, and teammates Brandi Welsh and Heaven Daniels had 21 and 20 digs respectively.

McConnellsburg 3

Southern Fulton 2

McConnellsburg snapped an eight-game losing streak last Friday with a 3-2 Sideling Hill League win over Southern Fulton. The Lady Spartans were led by Heaven Daniels and Veronica Stone with nine kills each. Jessi Keefer had seven kills and four blocks, while Kylie Keefer added 22 assists, 18 digs and seven aces. Brandi Welsh added 22 digs, and Deanne Dickerson finished with 17 digs.

For Southern Fulton, Emily Barton had 10 kills, five blocks and 10 service points. Shaye Smartt added five kills, five digs, eight service points and three aces. Abby Hawkins finished with 18 assists, eight service points and three aces, and teammate Celia Merchant had seven digs and 11 service points.

FCCCS 3

Highland View 0

Fulton County Community Christian School picked up a win last Thursday in three straight sets over Highland View. Hannah Beddow finished with 15 service points and 10 assists, while Jenae Gordon tallied 2 points, nine aces and eight kills. Rachel Weibly added 10 service points, and Bethany Beddow had five kills.

Everett 3

Southern Fulton 0

With a trio of girls taking the floor for both the varsity and junior varsity squads, Southern Fulton’s offense wasn’t able to get the kick start it needed and dropped three straight sets to Everett. Abby Hawkins led the Lady Indians during the Sideling Hill League loss with eight assists, five service points and one ace. Emily Barton added four kills and three blocks, and Selena Merchant tallied six digs.

Field Hockey

Forbes Road 16

Belleville Mennonite 0

Belleville Mennonite never stood a chance last Friday evening. The Forbes Road Cardinals easily ran away for a Keystone League win, pouring in 16 unanswered goals. Brittany Truax led the offense with five goals, and Sammie Clippinger followed with three goals and one assist. Morghan Taylor scored three times, and Corri Parsons had three goals and four assists. Kiersten Cline had a goal and five assists, and Lara Cromer rounded out the day with a goal. Shania Gelvin and Malea Truax both finished with an assist, and Rachel Waite had two assists.

Forbes Road 8

Mercersburg 1

Forbes Road jumped out to a five- goal lead and cruised to an 8-0 non-league win over Mercersburg Academy. Malea Truax led the Lady Cardinals’ offensive effort with three goals and one assist, while teammates Kiersten Cline, Corri Parsons, Shania Gelvin, Sammie Clippinger and Brittany Truax all had one goal. Cline also dished out four assists, and Gelvin had two assists.

Cross Country

SF Downs Chestnut Ridge,

Hancock

The Southern Fulton boys cross-country team picked up a pair of wins last Thursday, downing both Chestnut Ridge and Hancock, Md. Tyler Richards took top honors with a first-place, overall win after having recorded a time of 18:15. Josh Voight was second for the Indians with a time of 18:39, and Jacob Ashkettle was fifth overall with a time of 21:01. Mason Bard garnered a sixth-place finish with a time of 21:08, and Jacob Pryor rounded out the day with a seventhplace finish.

Meanwhile, Macey Hollenshead finished in first place for the Lady Indians with a time of 22:50. Gabby Voight was third having recorded a time of 24:40, and Melanie Deneen followed in fourth place. Lindsey Pryor finished the race in sixth with a time of 28:59, and Emma Williams and Brianne Wawro were seventh and eighth, respectively. Macy Crouse was 10th.

Soccer Standings

A Girls
Berlin 11 2
Conemaugh 10 2
Chestnut Ridge 8 2
McConnellsburg 8 4
Tussey 8 4
North Star 7 4
Rockwood 5 7
Johnstown 3 6
Northern Bedford 3 7
Meyersdale 1 8
Everett 1 9
Windber 1
11
A Boys
Conemaugh 9 0
Northern Bedford 9 2
Windber 8 2
North Star 8 3
Rockwood 7 3
Hyndman 7 3
McConnellsburg 7 3
Fannett-Metal 6 3
Chestnut Ridge 4 6
Berlin 3
10
Johnstown 2 6
Forbes Road 2 7
Everett 1 7
Southern Fulton 1 8
Salisbury 0
10
AA Boys
Bedford 121
Somerset 8 1
As of October 5

Great Cove Golf News

Results of the Gary Bard Par 3 tournament at Great Cove Golf Club are as follows:

Buck and Buck Division: first place went to the team of Craig Paylor and Foster Early, with a 46.

Second place went ot the team of Fred Peck and Russell Harmon, with a 46.

Third-place winners were the team of Matt Sigel and Ryan Earley, with a 48.

Fourth- place winners were the team of Tony Shives and Anthony Hollenshead with a 48.

Fifth place went to the team of Cole Johnston and Jason Johnston, with a 48.

Sixth place went to the team of Ron Blair and Ron Maslanik, with a 48.

Buck and doe/doe and doe results were:

First place went to the team of Gary and Carol Shetter, 52.

Second-place winners were Jeff and Daphne Blair, 55; and third-place winners were Rick and Kathy Mellott 57 by match of cards

Skins: (3 skins cleared): Fred Peck/Russell Harmon – skin on # 3; Jim Wright/Larry Ott, skin on #13; Tony Shives/Anthony Hollenshead, skin on #15.

Men’s pickup league results on October 4 are as follows:

First place - John Mixell with 26 points.

Seconnd place - Tony Shives with 24 points.

Third place - Drew Hostler with 23 points.

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