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PAGE B4 J ~pJrJt of JEFFERSON and FA~ER'SADVOCA~ I Wednesday, September 18, 2013 J SPORTS , i Staff report KERNSTOWN, Va. -- Even though Andrew Milliron (16:01) and Jackson Jacobs (16:30) fin- ished 1-2 in Saturday's Judges Classic cross country meet staged at the Kemstown Battlefield, it was Battlefield (Va.) High winning the event when its five runners were third, fifth, sixth, seventh and 17th overall for a miniscule 38 points. Virginia's Millbrook (65 points) was second with Jefferson (77 points) finishing a distant third. After Milliron and Jacobs, the third Cougar team member was 12th-place Rhett Zillinger. Fresh- man Colin Hayes was 30th and freshman Delmar Hagedorn was 32nd to complete Jefferson's roll of its first five runners. Also com- peting for the Cougars were Jona- than Royster and Dylan Stamper. In the girls division of the race, Jefferson once again had the indi- vidual winner but couldn't fred a third, fourth or fifth nmner to fin- ish high enough to keep Battlefield High from also winning there. Jefferson sophomore Abby Col- bert won the meet with a time of 19:21 to outdistance Battlefield's Saige Cisler, a freshman who was the runner-up. Emma Thornberg, Georgia Matthews, Sophia Dors- ey and Kyla Carte placed third, fourth, sixth and ninth overall for Battlefield High. Jefferson's Emma. Lindberg was 12th, Malika Briggs was 28th, Nathalie Walker was 34th and Megan Cardiel was 43th overall as the other Lady Cou- gars whose finishes counted to- ward the team point total. ROLLIE JACOBS Jackson Jacobs finished second in the Judges Classic meet in Kernstown, Va on Saturday. Jefferson's Andrew Milliron was the boys division winner. Battlefield High won the boys division. In the girls division, Jefferson's Abby Colbert was the individual champion. Emma Lindberg finished 12th over- all. Battlefield High also won the girls division. ing the top five finishers were Wash- ington's Ca- trina Russell and Jeffer- son's Lucia Valentine. Patriots rmish sixth, Destiny Harrison seventh in meet: The 51 and Mar- tinsburg took third with a team score of 67. Sever- N Hedges- ville runners competed but the Ea- gles did not Andrew Milliron have a full team. In the girls division, Jefferson won with a team score of only 25. Washington was second with 38, followed by Martinsburg at 86 and Hedgesville had 106 to finish fourth. The Lady Cougars' Abby Col- bert was the race's winner with her time of 20:27. Teammate Emma Lindberg f'mished second while Washington's Destiny Har- rison was third overall Complet- : :: ton girls soccer team an early goal, the Patriots used that momentum to eventually move past visiting Musselman, 4-1, on Sept. 10. The Patriots improved their overall record to 4-3-0. Mussel- man was 4-3-1 with the loss to Washington. After Washington offensive threat Bri- anna Hester had to leave the game with an in- jury, it wasAlley Fortney Musselman that scored the next goal on Ra- chel Piepenbrink's long boot that cleared the defense. Fortney's second goal shoved the P ots back into the lead at 2-1. Later on, Fortney was fouled and Kayleigh Pierce tried a penalty kick that sailed past the Lady Ap- plemen goalkeeper for a 3-1 lead. With the game long decided and only six seconds remaining, the fourth and fmal Patriot goal was scored by Brittney Dudash. ANDREW WILT Washington's Kyle Rodriguez (left) and a Greenbrier East play- er vie for control in Saturday's 1-0 Patriot win. division winner with score of 42 with Musselman fmishing second with 46 points. Lady Cougars improve to 4-0-1: With Kat Hussion scor- ing both of its goals, Jefferson blanked vis- iting Mer- cersburg (Pa.) Acade- my, 2-0, in a girls soccer game played Thursday. The Lady Cougars re- mained un- beaten at Kat Hussion 5-0-1 while the Blue Storm had their record evened at 1-1-0. The victory was Jefferson's fourth in succession after it had opened the 2013 season with a 1-1 tie against University. Kate Glenn was credited with an assist on one of Hussion's goals. Shelbie Spencer was Jef- ferson's goalkeeper in the shutout win, and the Lady Cougar played well enough as to allow only four Blue Storm shots. On Sept. 10 of last week, Jeffer- son blanked visiting Martinsburg, 8-0, to drive its record to*4-0-1. Maddie Maloney scored three goals and Jessica Shakespere also scored another three goals. Hus- sion was able to post another Jef- ferson goal. The Jefferson unbeaten season was no more after visiting Wheel- ing Park posted a 4-1 decision over the Lady Cougars on Satur- day. Hussion had Jefferson's lone goal after an assist from Maddie Hinkle. Lady Cougars' goalkeeper Shelbie Spencer had eight saves, but Jefferson went to 4-1-1 with its first loss. Cougars are separated from winning streak: After winning its first four boys soccer games in shutout style, Jefferson visited equally unbeaten Martinsburg on Sept. 10 and suffered its first loss of the season to the Bulldogs. Martinsburg (6-0-0) posted a 5-0 win over the Cougars (4-1-0) with high-scoring Tristan Reid (14 goals in six games) notch- ing two goals. James Myers had a first half goal and Erik Ochoa and Touissant Boulez also scored for the all-winning Bulldogs. Martinsburg increased its 2-0 lead at the half with three more second-half goals. The shutout was Martinsburg's fourth of the season. On Saturday, Wheeling Park visited Shenandoah Junction. The Cougars and the Patriots played to a 1-1 tie that saw Jefferson use Brett Stewart's goal to take a 1-0 lead at the half. The Patriots scored the only goal in the second half. Jefferson was 4-1-1 overall af- ter the tie. Patriot boys soccer runs streak to five: With its 2-0 win over Musselman Sept. 10, the Washington boys soccer team moved its winning streak along to four straight games. The Patriots had a loss to unbeat- en Martinsburg, but then reeled off four consecutive wins to improve its overall record to 4-1-0. On Saturday, Washington best- ed visiting Greenbrier East, 1-0, to improve its overall record to 5-1-0 and give it a five-game win streak. Washington now hits the road for a series of games that begin on Tbjarsday night at arch rival Jeffer- son, moves on to Preston County for an evening game on Friday, is in Frostburg (Md.) on Saturday at 8 pan. against Mountain Ridge, Md. and then faces Spring Mills on the road on Tuesday evening. Heat joins cross country run- Burgess cards round of one- ners: A fatiguing sun and 95 de- under: Patrick Burgess led Wash- gree temperatures were unwant- ington to a convincing 154-186 ed guests when Jefferson High's golf win over St. James at the Lo- cross country boys and girls both cust Hill course Thursday. won quad meets contested over Washington girls t=nished sixth in The Patriot senior fired a nine- the grounds at Sam Michaels the eight-team fiell at the Clear hole round of 35, or one-under- Park. Spring (Md.) cros; country In- par for the par 36 layout. With Andrew Milliron leading vitational. Destiny Harrison was Helping the Patriots to the vic- the way, the Cougars finished with seventh in the individual finish- tory were Ryan Fleming (38), Dy- a meet-winning team score of 20. es with her time of 20:35.5 with lan Mumaw (40) and Jacob Shuff Milliron was clocked in 16:23. Boonsboro's Meggan Grams win- (41). Jackson Jacobs was second, Rhett ning in 18:29.6. Boonsboro won All four of those Patriots best- Zillinger third and Colin Hayes the team championship, ed the low round carded by any of fourth as Jefferson swept the top The Washington boys were the Saints, whose best score was four places, seventh in an eight-school field turned in by Max Brady (43). Washington was second with with KendallColesfinishing 18th On Monday, Washington de- overall with his time of 18:24.4. feated St. Maria Goretti, 160-192, Musselman's Shane Rigsby won at Locust Hill with both Burgess the race with h/s thne of 16:22.8. and Mumaw carding rounds of 39 Boonsboro (Md.) was the boys Washington moves to 4-1 soe- for their nine holes. Both Shuff cer win over Musselman: With and Fleming shot rounds of 39 as the Patriots won over the visiting Gaels. Nik Steiner paced the Gads with his 46. '~& lYa/t //';r a/l ~hi, ct~ ~UI~ a ~1~/~ fl~&a/~ F~al! Washington at Mountain R~Fd~~t~rsday ~ p.m, 3efferson34, Hampshire7 daySp.m. : : " atDf.GlennTouma- Spring Mills gets 3-0 win ASE Certified Technicians Sherand028, Washington 21 . . mentT~y]~,m~ over Patriots: Host Spring : :. : . Volleyball " :J~ffe~ninEPACTou~nt + I miu~rt Specialist Complete" Service NeXt Upl Musselman 3, Washington 0 Tuesday ~ p~m. : Mills posted a 3-0 volleyball I)onaesttcs ~Vclcon~c 4, Eleetrtctd Diagnostics Jefferson a! Mussefman Friday 7 Martinsburg 3, Jefferson 0 " Washington in EPAC Tourrmment win over Washington Thursday. 4* (~>mput:er Diagnostics ~ Wheel Alignments p.m~ : Spring Mills 3, Washington 0 : Tu~,~:iay I p.m. The three game scores favoring ~ 4* "~" State Inspectiotzs Boys r Next up: .i Boys CrossCou the "Cardinals were 25-23, 26- ~ imn=fi~cturcr s *faintenancc Sen-ice MaNnsburg 5, Jefferson 0 Washington at Park Viewton~t 7 . Jeffe~n won a four team meat ~ 24, and 25-19; ~Over 8R years experience Washngton 2, Musselman 0 Jefferson at Washington Thursday :" :; WasNn~finisNngseeond. Washington s best chance Washington 1, Greenbrler East 0 7 p.m. : WasNngt0n was ~th int~ eight came in the second game where ~[tIitfS l')[t~," ()~,VIICr ) - ' (:30z/O 7~5-~6RO Jefferson at Fort Hill loumament . : learn CiearSpdng in~lali0naL :it needed only one more point to b~7 N. 511kizxd Street, Stc 1 or 725-1710 Next up: Saturday 1 p.m. secure the game. But the Cardi- r~an.~m, xxv o~,~ WashtngtonatdeffersonThursday Washington at FortHilltoumament Nextup: : : ~:i: . ASE Blue ea[ of Excellence Recogn; ed B=t~l'~e~ 7 p.m. " Saturday 1 p.m~ " : : :]Jeffe~fi:atO~a~ !rfvgn~o!al:: " nals made off with a two-point win instead. 55 7g ] Washington at Mountain Ridge Sat- 7p.m. . ! :Washtngtonat.Oatland~imtitational : The Patriots' Abigail Leszner ----~----:;7"~"- Wash ngton at Preston Fnday 0 p.m. H~IIo at Jefferson : Sattilday9 a,m. : ::: :: ~:: I~"t~. ~~% l~t~z~az~(l n~akc yottr urdaySp.m. Spnng MillsatWash~tonTuasday Saturday9 a,~ :~::: ::::: led the team in kills, but critical Washington at Spring Mills Tttesday 7 p.m. :: " " mistakes hurt Washington toward 7 p m : : ::: Gills Cr~ ~Uh~ vehicle a : i Golf ~, : Jeff/e~n: ~ a quad :~::~ i ::: :::::: i the end of the first two games. Girls Soccer,- Washington defeated St, J~tme~i ::: i W~$.ngt~ifinisNng S~0~ :~::. :~::~.: : Earlier in the week, Musselrnan Washington 4, Musselman 1 154- t86, as Patrick Burghs fi~ ::~::: WasN~ was sixtti at e~iit:~ ::: posted a 3 -0 win over the Patri- Jefferson 8, Martinsburg 0 a ~nder-par round of 35 lor h s : Clear:Spring :Invitational. : Jefferson 2, Memersburg Acad- nine hole rout. Jefferson's~hi~ :: ots. The game scores favoring the emyO u!ed matCh in Morgan CoutttYWaS :.:~: N~up: : ~ :: Lady Appiemen were 25-9,25-10 rained out. JefferSon:at Oatl~ invitational::[ and 25-12. Musselman improved ~:~N~up~;~;~:~~;~;~w~i~:defea~d~M~a ii~i~i!i~iiiiiiiiiiiiii~iii9iii~i~ii~i~iii~ii~ii~i~i~i~iii~i~iiiiiii~iiiii~i~i~iiiiiii~iiiiiii!i!i!i~i~iiiii!ii~iii~iiiiiiiiiii~i!iiiiii!iiiiiii~i!i~ii~ii~i its overall record to 6-1. 3 i atWas t nTh aY 6rett!i 60 :: : Washi gtonat ! 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