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November 25, 2012

Green sweeps M&T Classic

FROSTBURG — Bishop Walsh’s Gordon Hasslinger and Mountain Ridge’s Nathan Haberlein and Jake Kyle scored two goals apiece to power the Green to a 9-3 victory over the White in the 12th annual M&T Bank Senior Soccer Classic at Mountain Ridge High School.

The Green scored six goals in the second half to win the highest-scoring game of the 12-year series. Also scoring for the winners were Northern’s Jordan Evans and Jared Fike and BW’s Lucas Bruck. Evans, Hasslinger and Harrison Strauss of BW had assists.

Corey Knipple and Brooke Knieriem, of Allegany, and Evan Blank, of Fort Hill, scored for the White.

The Green led in shots 16-12. BW’s Bruck and Hampshire’s Levi Moreland teamed for eight saves in goal for the Green, while Fort Hill’s Jarrett Wolfe and Hyndman’s Daniel Wisnewski had four for the White.

Selected players of the game for the Green were Hasslinger on offense and Kyle on defense. Knipple, on offense, and Southern’s Nathaniel Longest, on defense, were the players of the game for the White.

Girls

Green 3, White 2


Southern’s Alli Shaffer and Julianna Sharpless and Frankfort’s Gracie Parzych scored unassisted second-half goals to rally the Green past the White in the girls game.

Northern’s Kirsten Rayner got both of the goals for the White team, which led 1-0 at halftime. Fort Hill’s Alex Marini had one assist.

Both teams had 11 shots and the White led in corner kicks 8-3. Petersburg’s Sydney Brewer had eight saves in goal for the Green, while Bishop Walsh’s Brittany Coffman and Fort Hill’s Heather Frank combined or five for the White.

The Green team’s players of the game were Southern’s Shaffer on offense and Sydney Legeer on defense. The White’s players of the game were Rayner on offense and Fort Hill’s Brittney Lamb on defense.

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