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October 13, 2012

Sports Roundup - 10/14/2012

Homecoming tickets to go on sale at Alco

CUMBERLAND — Homecoming game tickets will be on sale at Allegany High School beginning Monday from 8:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m.

FSU field hockey rolls to 11-0 win

FROSTBURG — Six different players scored as the Frostburg State rolled to an 11-0 win over Bethany on Senior Day Saturday afternoon at Bobcat Stadium.

FSU (7-11) scored five goals in the first half and six in the second. The Bobcats attempted a season-high 66 shots, while defensively limiting the Bison (1-11) to nine. Senior keeper Maggie Edwards (two saves) and freshman Megan Grimm (three saves) combined for the shutout.

Junior Becky Randel and freshmen Ashley Johnson and Amber McCabe led the Bobcats in scoring. Randel scored three times including twice in the second half, Johnson scored two goals and handed out one assist, while McCabe had three assists.

FSU travels to York (Pa.) Thursday for a 4:30 p.m. Capital Athletic Conference matchup at 4:30 p.m.

ACM volleyball wins 15th, beats Cecil

CUMBERLAND — Allegany College of Maryland won its 15th game of the season and improved to 7-3 in the Maryland JUCO Conference by sweeping Cecil 25-13, 25-12 and 25-21.

Bailey Sinai went 34-for-39 on attacks with 13 kills and eight digs, while Jessica Yoder converted all 10 of her attacks with four kills and added nine digs and four aces. Courtney Koelker finished 15-for-15 attacking with nine assists and seven kills to go along with seven digs and five aces. Kayla Hutson added 19 assists and Paris Duncan had four kills and two blocks.

The win places the Trojans, 15-7 overall, fifth in the conference and a game behind Southern Maryland and Montgomery-Rockville. ACM plays at Rockville on Wednesday at 6 p.m.

Calvary volleyball tops New Life 3-1

FREDERICK — Rachella Ganoe recorded 15 service points and 17 assists to lead Calvary to a 25-17, 22-25, 25-18, 25-20 win at New Life in its regular season finale on Friday.

Shakayla Ganoe served 17 points with six kills, five blocks and seven digs. Kerrenne Shaffer led in kills with eight along with seven service points. Karly Hipsley added seven kills and five blocks.

Calvary finishes the regular season 11-3 in the Mason-Dixon Christian Conference and 16-5 overall and will host a playoff match against Faith on Tuesday.

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