Snyder, Reistrep, Butera combine for telling goal: A goal scored by Evan Snyder with assists from Mesfin Butera and Cole Reistrep proved to be enough when Washington High defeated visiting Hedgesville in a 1-0 boys soccer game at Marcus Stadium.
Neither team could score in the first half. Washington’s defense limited Hedgesville’s options as well as controlled the Eagles’ Chi Sebeey throughout. The Patriots allowed only three Hedgesville shots that had a chance of passing the Washington goalkeeper.
The Patriots had more corner chances than the Eagles, getting five of them, including one on which Snyder’s goal resulted.
Volleyball Patriots stop Jefferson: Washington notched its first volleyball win of the 2013 fall season when it disregarded a loss in the first game of its match against Jefferson and won the next three games to get a satisfying 3-1 win over the homestanding Patriots.
After the Lady Cougars had moved crisply to a 25-13 win in the first game of the evening, Washington stormed back to post a 25-11 win in the second game.
Washington broke away from a 12-12 tie in the crucial third game to notch a win and lead two games to one.
The Patriots scored the last two points in the fourth game to get a 26-24 win in ther closely contested action.
Washington’s Leah Cook had 22 digs and eight service points. Briana Browning had 16 service points.
For Jefferson, Maddy Nace was credited with 26 digs and Hunter Slivka had eight kills.
In a match against Hedgesville, the Patriots absorbed a 3-1 loss to the Lady Eagles.
Washington won the first game, 25-23, over the 8-1 Lady Eagles, but then saw the home team reverse the tide and achieve consecutive wins by scores of 25-18, 25-19 and 25-13.
Washington does well at Regional site: Playing at the site of the upcoming Regional golf tournament, Washington dispatched Hedgesville, Spring Mills and Martinsburg in a quad match at The Woods Resort course.
The Patriots finished with a team total of 150 strokes for the nine holes. Hedgesville was second with 162 strokes. Spring Mills was third and Martinsburg did not field a complete team.
Ryan Fleming and Hunter Hardy both carded scores of 37, which were good enough to get them a tie for second place. Lawson Boggs of Hedgesville was the low medalist with a round of 33.
Washington’s Dylan Mumaw tied for fourth. Jacob Shuff and Patrick Burgess both had rounds of 38. Tyler Sigler finished with a 41.
Jefferson girls beat Musselman, 4-1. After scoring only Kat Hussion’s goal in the first half, the Jefferson girls opened up in the last half with three more goals in a 4-1 soccer win over the Lady Applemen.
Hussion then gave Jefferson a 2-0 lead in the second half after getting an assist pass from Maddie Hinkle.
Musselman’s lone goal in the loss that left it with a 4-4-1 overall record came next and sliced the Jefferson lead in half at 2-1.
That Musselman goal was the only shot the Lady Applemen slipped past Jefferson goalkeeper, Shelbie Spencer. Spencer would be credited with 13 saves.
The Lady Cougars’ Hussion gave her team a hat trick when she deposited her third goal of the evening into the Musselman net. Jefferson’s lead went to 3-1.
In the game’s final minute, Jessica Shakespere eased her shot past the Hedgesville goalkeeper to finalize the scoring and leave the Lady Cougars with a 4-1 win.
Jefferson improved to 6-1-1 overall with the win.