A roundup of local high school and Shepherd University sporting news
Glenn has two hat tricks in soccer win: In Jefferson’s 8-1 girls soccer win over visiting Berkeley Springs, the Lady Cougars’ Kate Glenn had three goals and was credited with three assists to pace the offensive showing.
Maddie Maloney, Maddie Hinkle, Laura Paxton, Jordan Devine and Jordyn Bowers all scored goals for the Lady Cougars.
Getting credit for Jefferson assists were Morgan VanDerPool, Maloney and Hinkle.
Jefferson’s goalkeeper was Ellie Henderson, who stopped four Berkeley Springs’ shots and helped Jefferson boost its overall record to 8-3-1.
Intense defensive struggle ends in 1-1 soccer tie: Even though it had a clear advantage in the number of shots attempted, the Jefferson boys soccer team could never really break through and establish a lead against homestanding Hedgesville. The result was the teams battled to 1-1 tie over the course of the 80-minute game.
Jefferson was 7-2-2 overall and Hedgesville was 4-4-2 overall.
The first half found Jefferson’s Tucker Ryan scoring as the Cougars assumed a 1-0 lead in the early going. Jacob Lowe had an assist on the Ryan goal.
The Eagles evened it at 1-1 with a first-half goal by Luis Reyes-Martinez.
There was no more scoring in the first half. And there was no more scoring in the second half.
Lady Cougars win close games vs. Trojans: The Jefferson High volleyball team got 17 digs from Maddie Nace, 16 digs and nine kills from Lindsey Silveous, 11 digs, nine kills and three service aces from Mallory Jackson and six digs from Casey Lyons as it posted a 3-1 win over visiting Hampshire.
Jefferson started well with 25-20 and 26-24 wins in the first two games before Hampshire retaliated with a 25-13 win in the third game. The Lady Cougars sewed up the win with a 25-22 victory in the fourth game.
Patriot boys soccer can’t score against Shenandoah Valley: Shenandoah Valley Christian Academy (Va.) posted a 1-0 win over visiting Washington in a boys soccer game played on Thursday on the home field of the Virginia-based Patriots.
The evenly played defensive struggle was decided by the only goal of the afternoon.
The Washington High Patriots were left with a 7-5-0 overall record.
On Thursday, the Patriots registered an 8-0 win over Spring Mills to get their sixth win of the campaign.
The flow of the action was completely controlled by Washington, and Spring Mills could make very little headway with its contained offense.
Shepherd Hall of Fame tickets: Shepherd is selling tickets to its annual Athletic Hall of Fame banquet to be held Oct. 18 at the Clarion Hotel and Conference Center near Shepherdstown. There will be four new members inducted: Football players Rob Bradford and Joel Gordon, former men’s soccer coach Mike Doran and women’s basketball player Cassie Murray.
Tickets are $35 and are available through the Office of Alumni Relations by calling 304-876-5624.
Shepherd softball to host camp: The Shepherd softball team will host a prospect camp Oct. 20. The camp is open for grades 9 to 12. A pitching/catching session runs from 10 a.m. to noon and the all positions session goes from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. The rain date will be Oct. 26. For more information or to register log on to shepherdbook.com.
n Virginia Patriots beat volleyball Patriots: Park View High (Leesburg, Va.) won the fifth and deciding volleyball game in its match against Washington to post a 3-2 win over the homestanding Patriots.
The teams split the first four games that were evenly divided with Washington taking the first game (25-23) and the fourth game (28-26) and Park View doing enough to take the second game (25-20) and the third game (25-21).
The fifth and match-deciding game went Park View, 15-11.
Park View improved to 4-7-0 overall while the Patriots were 1-7-0 overall.
Washington distance runners get win in quad: In a cross country quad meet held on the Poor House Farm course, the Washington High girls team had the first three individual finishers and finished ahead of Martinsburg, Hedgesville and Spring Mills in the team standings.
The Patriots had a team score of 22, while Martinsburg was next with 34.
Destiny Harrison (22:25) won the 3.1-mile race while teammates Catrina Russell (23:21) and Megan Carr were second and third, respectively. Emma Locarini was fifth overall
In the boys division of the quad, Martinsburg had the win with 31 team points while Washington was next with 36.
Martinsburg’s David Sullivan (19:10) was the race winner, and teammate Vlad Bauer (19:14) was second overall.
The top finish in the boys division by a Washington runner was the third-place showing by Kendall Coles (19:57). Ethan May (20:22) was fifth, Ross Carpenter (20:49) eighth and Hunter Carr (21:37) ninth for the runner-up Patriots.
Washington soccer girls cruise past Cards: Washington improved its overall girls soccer record to 7-4-1 with a 7-0 shutout win over visiting Spring Mills.
McKenzie Turner and Melissa Wermers both were able to score two of the Washington goals in the victory. Atley Fortney, Haelly Ramirez and Mikayla Palacios each had one goal. The only assist credited went to Olivia Dominiski.