2017-11-09 / Sports

Fix Wins State Soccer Shoot

The Elks held the 2017 Pennsylvania State Soccer Shoot Championship November 5 at Park Forrest Middle School, State College. Eight area youths represented the southcentral district.

U-14 Girls

Megan Fix, daughter of Lori and Todd of Mc- Connellsburg, became the 2017 Pa. State Champion with a score of 35. Other shooters were:

U8 Girls

Zemira Singer, Lebanon, scored 27 points and placed fourth.

U8 Boys

Gabriel Mosemann, son of Lauren and Mark of Warfordsburg, scored 30 points and placed fifth.

U-10

Girl Makayley Shafer, daughter of Erin and Brian Shafer, McConnellsburg, scored 33 and placed sixth.

U-10 Boys

Brayden Ramsey, son of Christina and Jason Ramsey of McConnellsburg, scored 49 and placed third.

U-12 Girls

Seira Wolfe, Lebanon, scored 23 and placed sixth.

U-12 Boys

Tobias McGarvey, son of Dena and Toby McGarvey of McConnellsburg, scored 38 and 16 in a shootout and placed second

U-14 Boys

Bronson Earley, son of Nichole Earley and Ryan Earley, both of McConnellsburg, scored 31 and placed third.

All the shooters and their families were treated to a pizza pool party Friday night at the Ramada Inn and had a fantastic time, compliments of Chambersburg Elks Lodge #600.

Fix will compete at the Mid-Atlantic National Competition March 3, in Frederick, Md. Anyone wishing to put an ad in the 2018 program or would like to get more information on the Elks soccer shoot contact Kathy Kendall at 717-377- 3643.

The Chambersburg Elks Lodge #600 will hold the 2018 Elks Hoop Shoot January 13, at the alumni community gym in McConnellsburg starting at 4 p.m.

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