SPORTS WEEKLY: Sept. 26

Staff Writer
Echo Pilot
Senior Hunter Szaflarski wraps up a tackle on a Gettysburg runner.

FOOTBALL

VARSITY

(Overall season record, 2-2)

(Mid-Penn Conference Colonial Division record, 1-0)

G-A 50, GETTYSBURG 3

TOUCHDOWNS – Hunter Szaflarski 2, Austin Scott 2, Ashtin Byers, Chris Eadie, Justin Smalls

EXTRA POINTS – Luke Bitner 6

TWO POINT CONVERSIONS – Austin Scott

FIELD GOALS – Gettysburg 1

              GETTYSBURG                           G-A

FIRSTDOWNS             10                                          17

RUSHES                    38-66                                       36-272

PASSING YRDS.         61                                           68

OFFENSE                    127                                          340

PASSING                   5-16-3                                    4-10-1

FUMBLES(LOST)       2-1                                           2-1

PUNTS                      5-25.6                                      2-33.5

PENALTIES               7-50                                         8-60

VOLLEYBALL

VARSITY

(Overall season record, 8-0)

(Mid-Penn Conference Colonial Division, 5-0)

G-A 3, JAMES BUCHANAN 0 (25-17, 25-15, 25-5)

KILLS – Nakita Gearhart 13, Morgynn McKenzie 9, Chloe Hoover 2, Abbey Pool 2, Ashlynn Schaeffer 3

DIGS – Gearhart 10, Courtney Stump 6, Erin Koons 8

BLOCKS – Gearhart, Hoover, Pool, Schaeffer

ACES – McKenzie 3, Hoover 4, Stump  3, Koons 6

G-A 3, WAYNESBORO 1 (25-16, 25-16, 19-25, 25-16)

KILLS  - Nakita Gearhart 16, Gabbie Hissong 9, Chloe Hoover 7, Ashlynn Schaeffer 4

ASSISTS – Erin Koons 39

ACES – Gearhart 2, Hissong 3, Hoover 3

DIGS – Gearhart 10, Morgynn McKenzie 16, Koons 6

BLOCKS – Hoover 7, Hissong 3

JUNIOR VARSITY

G-A 2, JAMES BUCHANAN 0 (25-18, 25-16)

G-A 2, WAYNESBORO 0 (25-12, 25-19)

 BOYS' SOCCER

VARSITY

(Overall season record, 4-2)

(Mid-Penn Conference Colonial Division record, 8-2)

G-A 7, BIG SPRING 1

GOALS – Noah Graham 4, Zach Faulkner 2, Ryan Burgess

ASSISTS – Josh Spoonhour, Paul Herman, Faulkner 2

SHOTS – BS 8, G-A 20

CORNER KICKS – BS 2, G-A 5

SAVES – BS 7, G-A 6 (Spoonhour)

BOILING SPRINGS 3, G-A 2

GOALS – Noah Graham 2

ASSISTS – Justin Hovey

SHOTS – BS 16, G-A 17

CORNER KICKS – BS 1, G-A 3

SAVES – BS 14, G-A 13 (Josh Spoonhour)

JUNIOR VARSITY

G-A 3, BIG SPRING 0

 GIRLS' SOCCER

VARSITY

Overall season record 9-1

Mid-Penn Conference Colonial Division record 5-1

G-A 8, BIG SPRING 0

GOALS – Alana Ebbitt 2, Nikki Garns, Tabi Rudy, Hannah Crist 2, Sharon Juarez, Skyler Allen

ASSISTS – Garns 2

SHOTS – BS 1, G-A 31

CORNER KICKS – BS 0, G-A 8

G-A 5, BOILING SPRING 3

GOALS – Alicia Crider 2, Sharon Juarez 2, Jordan Pizzarro

ASSISTS – Kasey Sweitzer, Juarez 2

CORNER KICKS – BS 0, G-A 6

SAVES – BS 10, G-A 4 (Kayleigh Smith)

JUNIOR VARSITY

G-A 2, BIG SPRING 1

BOYS' CROSS COUNTRY

(Overall season record, 0-4)

(Mid-Penn Conference Colonial Division record, 0-4)

BIG SPRING 22, G-A 34

2. Daulton Monn 17:33; 6. Zach Husband 18:49; 7. Marc Pittman 18:59; 8. Ben Hockman 19:07; 11. Andrew Martin 20:15; 15. Luke Norris 24:08

GIRLS' CROSS COUNTRY

(Overall season record, 3-0-1)

(Mid-Penn Conference Colonial Division record, 3-0-1)

BIG SPRING 29, G-A 29

2. Caroline Shemel 19:55; 3. Shelby Stouffer 20:59; 4. Caitlyn Hetrick 21:34; 7. Madison Hurley 22:11; 14. Melissa Holmes 24:10; 17. Morgan Stahley 24:39; 20. Kailey Carbaugh 27:14; 21. Megan Bowman 33:33

FIELD HOCKEY

VARSITY

(Overall season record, 4-6)

(Mid-Penn Conference Colonial Division record, 1-4)

SHIPPENSBURG 1, G-A 0

SHOTS – Shippensburg 13, G-A 4

PENALTY CORNERS – Shippensburg 11, G-A 4

SAVES – Shippensburg 3, G-A 12

QUOTE from head coach, Jen Everetts: “We are really struggling to play as a team, which is frustrating at this point in the season. We have had some quality individual plays, but relying on an individual performance will not get us to where we need to be. We are going to continue to work on it; we are hoping for a different second half of the season.”

G-A 1, RED LAND 0

GOALS – Ashton Rockwell

SHOTS – RL 1, G-A 30

PENALTY CORNERS – RL 1, G-A 8

SAVES – RL 29, G-A 1 (Jane Eberhardt)

QUOTE from head coach, Jen Everetts: “We finally played as a team today. In fact, we put one of our best games together today; the best of the season. Our team communicated consistently and as a result, our passing game was effective. We had a lot of good shots on goal. Ashton made a great shot from the top of the circle; we’re thankful we finally found the back of the cage. We are optimistic as we begin the second half of the season.”

MILTON HERSHEY 6, G-A 1

GOALS – Moriah Woods

ASSISTS – Kara Timmons

SHOTS – MH 16, G-A 5

PENALTY CORNERS – MH 7, G-A 2

SAVES – MH 4, G-A 20 (Jane Eberhardt)

QUOTE from head coach, Jen Everetts: “Milton Hershey was a very skillful team. They were quick with the ball, moving it up and down the field pretty effortlessly at times. I was proud of our team for not giving up; I was thankful we ended the game with a positive effort, scoring in the last minute.”

 JUNIOR VARSITY

G-A 0, SHIPPENSBURG 0

G-A 2, BOILING SPRINGS 0

G-A 1, RED LAND 0

MILTON HERSHEY 6, G-A 1

GOAL – Emily Bland

ASSIST – Annie Powers

MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS'

CROSS COUNTRY

G-A 23, SHIPPENSBURG 32

1. Kaleb Hurley 12:30; 3. Joe Eberhardt 13:11; 4. Billy Schemel 13:13; 6. Savion Grazette 13:40; 9. Brock Widder 13:54

Also Competed: Andrew Johnson, Jacob DeCarli, Rylan Hummer, Logan Tytus, Nicholas Rainey, Brock Donahue

BLUE DEVIL INVITATIONAL

1. CHAMBERSBURG; 2. G-A 2; 3. WAYNESBORO

1. Kaleb Hurley 11:45; 8. Billy Schemel 12:43; 10. Joe Eberhardt 13:03; 15. Brock Widder 13:37; 16. Andrew Johnson 13:49; 20. Jacob DeCarli 14:23; 24. Rylan Hummer 15:24

MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS'

CROSS COUNTRY

SHIPPENSBURG 15, G-A 55

*G-A had to forfeit due to injuries and absences

2. Grace Jackson 15:13; 4. Jalene Hummer 16:59; 10. Madisson Bear 19:24

Also Competed: Megan Beam, Alyssa Wamsley, Sarah Cortez

BLUE DEVIL INVITATIONAL

G-A not scored as team due to numbers

12. Jalene Hummer 16:04; 17. Madisson Bear 17:59; 22. Alyssa Wamsley 20:35; 23. Sarah Cortez 20:49