From Staff Reports
CUMBERLAND — The Fort Hill Sentinel Boy’s Soccer team won the first Sentinel Classic on Saturday at Greenway Avenue Stadium.
Northern High School and North Carroll High School joined the Sentinels as the other participants. Fort Hill (2-0 in classic) won both games and ended up with a total of six points to claim the Sentinel Classic victory. North Carroll (6-3-1, 1-1 in classic) finished with 5 points and Northern (0-2 in classic) finished with one point. The Classic format awarded three points for a win, one point for a tie and one point for a penalty shootout victory. After each varsity game the teams took penalty kicks to decide the shootout.
Fort Hill began the day by beating North Carroll 2-0. The Sentinels scored on two penalty kicks from Austin Heavner came less than two minutes apart in the final fourth of the second half. Junior Bradley Stotler, in his first start at goalkeeper earned the shutout with nine saves. Parker Sadowski had 10 saves for North Carroll.
The Panthers rebounded to edge Northern 2-1. They took a 1-0 lead at halftime after a JT Weitzel, and Northern got on the board in the second half with a goal from Jeff Beal that was assisted by Cesar Lazarini. North Carroll completed the scoring and took the win with a late goal by Tristan Miller that was assisted by Tommy Nevin. Alex Panagkos had five saves for the Panthers, and Corey Durst had seven for the Huskies.
During the nightcap, Fort Hill scored twice in the second half to upend Northern. Heavner struck again, giving Fort Hill a lead with 27:25 remaining in the first half off an Austin Parker assist. With 4:06 remaining, Parker secured the win by scoring off of a Jes Smith assist. Dalton Gaus had five saves for the Sentinels and David Becker had 12 saves for Northern.
The North Carroll JV’s won both games and claimed the Classic JV title. North Carroll beat Fort Hill behind Austin Cooper’s two goals and Austin Lowe’s one. North Carroll then beat Northern 4-0 on goals Matt Stern, Tristan Miller, Lowe and Nick Gordan.
The Sentinels beat the Huskies 5-1 in the jayvee match, getting three goals from Collin Cook, and one each from Michael Smith and Liam Nichols. Luke Artice scored the Northern goal.
In the penalty kick shootouts North Carroll beat Fort Hill 6-5 and Northern beat Fort Hill 4-2. The Sentinels (7-2, 4-2 conference, 1-1 City) next play at Southern on Wednesday and 7:00 p.m. Northern (4-4-1) next play sat Southern on Thursday and 7:00. North Carroll plays Tuesday when it hosts Century.
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HYNDMAN, Pa. — Timmy Donaldson and Josh Cosgrove scored in the first half and the Hyndman defense took over in the second for a Hornets win over No. 4 Bishop Walsh Saturday in Hyndman.
Donaldson scored unassisted with 17:27 remaining in the half, and Cosgrove was assisted by Micah Stair with 8:20 left as Hyndman built a 2-0 lead. Bishop Walsh scored in the second half on a goal by Andy Saku on an assist from Tony Russell.
Hyndman’s Josh Hiquet had seven saves while Austin Crotts had six for Bishop Walsh.
Hyndman (5-8) travels to Rockwood on Wednesday. Bishop Walsh will host Petersburg on Tuesday.
HEDGESVILLE — Deon Taylor scored two of five second-half goals by Hedgesville during the Eagles shutout of Hampshire Saturday afternoon.
Taylor scored the first two goals of the second half to stretch the Eagles’ lead to 3-0 after Roosevelt Boh accounted for the only goal of the first half. Boh scored again in the second half to finish with two.
Hedgesville’s defense swamped Hampshire and allowed no shots all day. The Eagles fired off 20 shots and finished with a 10-0 advantage in corner kicks.
Isaak Lambert had five saves and allowed four goals, while Robert Judy made four saves and allowed two goals.
Hampshire (5-9) will play at Mountain Ridge on Wednesday.
HAGERSTOWN — Matt Dillow halted all five of Grace’s shot attempts as Calvary recorded their third consecutive shutout, 2-0, at Grace on Friday.
It was their fifth consecutive win.
Both goals came in the second half with Caleb Snyder putting in a penalty kick 4:00 in. Josh Snyder added the insurance goal with 12:00 remaining.
Nicholas Fuss had six saves for Grace.
Calvary (9-3, 8-1 Mason-Dixon Christian Conference) played at Frankfort on Saturday.