Boys Soccer

Greencastle roundup: Girls volleyball rolls over Mustangs

Ryleigh Davis

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
Greencastle-Antrim 3, West Perry 0: After a close first game won by the Blue Devils, G-A ran off two impressive wins to blank the Mustangs in a Mid Penn Colonial match Tuesday evening at home.

Greencastle (3-3, 3-2 MPC), which snapped a three-game losing skid, won games of 26-23, 25-11 and 25-20.

G-A coach Corry Eagler said, “We were sluggish at the start, but Game 2 showed more of what the girls can do.”

Alayna Welsh picked up 3 aces, 10 service points and 5 digs, while Ryleigh hDavis had 2 aces and 9 points, and Madeline Eagler posted 20 assists and 6 digs.

Also for the Blue Devils, Lauren Pool had 6 kills, Hannah Russell and Kiley Burkholder had 5 kills each, Kalea Fugate racked up 13 points and Kate Furnish had 9 points.

 

Rylee Henson

GIRLS SOCCER
Greencastle-Antrim 12, Big Spring 1: The Blue Devils scored early and often against the Bulldogs in a Mid Penn Colonial game on Tuesday night at Kaley Field.

Avery Parks put in 3 goals and assisted on another 4 goals, Haley Noblit scored 3 and assisted 3 times, while Courtney Andruczk popped in 2 and assisted on another 2.

Also scoring goals for Greencastle (5-1, 4-0 MPC) were Rylee Henson, Mia Libby, Belle Weaver and Caroline Logsdon, while Maddie Koons, Hailey Baker and Mary Murray each contributed 1 assist.

 

 

Ewan Coy

BOYS SOCCER
Greencastle-Antrim 1, Big Spring 1: A goal by the Blue Devils’ Ewan Coy in the second half tied the Mid Penn Capital game against the Bulldogs and that’s the way it stayed Tuesday night.

Big Spring scored on an own goal by the G-A defense in the first half.

“What a high quality game by our boys tonight – we just couldn’t put a second ball in the net,” Greencastle coach Aric Bruner said. “We had the majority of the attacking opportunities after we had an unfortunate bounce early in the first half on the own goal. We had a few solid chances, including one off the post in double overtime, that just weren’t meant to be tonight. I love the improvement and growth that this team has displayed in these first two weeks.”

Keeper Gavin Davidson made 7 saves for Greencastle (1-2-1, 1-2-1 MPC).