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September 19, 2013

Sports Briefs 09/20/2013

Potomac State spikers fall at Hagerstown

HAGERSTOWN — Morgan Mongold had team highs with seven kills and 14 digs, but Potomac State dropped a four-set match to Hagerstown Community College in women’s volleyball Wednesday night.

Potomac State won the first set 25-23, but dropped three in a row 25-16, 25-15 and 25-8.

Peyton Smith had 12 digs and 12 assists, Alyssa Whitacre added 12 digs and nine assists and Kaitlyn Semler had four kills and 13 digs for the Catamounts. Julia Morikawa had 13 digs, Stephanie Cornachia five kills and two blocks, Michaela Osbourne four kills and three blocks, and Aimee Conley three kills and eight digs.

Potomac State hosts Essex tonight at 7 o’clock.

Hyndman’s Deneen, Cook place third

WINDBER, Pa. — Hope for Hyndman’s Keith Deneen and Corinne Cook placed third in their respective meets in high school cross country Wednesday at Windber.

Deneen was third in the boys race with a time of 22:39. Cook was third in the girls race at 22:51. Miranda Metzner placed ninth in 35:04.

Fan buses chartered for FH away games

CUMBERLAND — Spectator buses will be chartered for Fort Hill’s away football games this season, Sept. 27 at Carrick, Oct. 4 at Central, Oct. 25 at Chestnut Ridge, and Nov. 1 at Mountain Ridge.

For information, call Greg Mallow at 301-268-8763.


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