Boys Soccer

G-A roundup: Golf team finishes with best-ever record

Blue Devils finish 35-7: Greencastle-Antrim took second place behind Waynesboro again, but the Blue Devils completed the season with a 35-7 record, which is the best in school history.

Jackson Eby golf

Waynesboro won the Mid Penn Colonial title with a 41-1 record. Shippensburg was fourth and finished 19-23 and James Buchanan was 7th and finished 1-41.

For the Blue Devils, Jackson Eby tied for fourth with a 77 at par 71 Range End G.C., while teammate Brady Jackson was seventh with a 79 — both were personal-best scores. Levi Tennison tied for 12th with an 84. Also, Ben Irr shot 87 and Cooper Swam had 88.

Also, the Blue Devils’ Sydney Barnes had the best competitive score of her career, 82, and was the top girls player for the match.

G-A coach Jeremy Eby said, “The 35 wins was our best-ever season record, and we qualified eight golfers for the postseason. They have all worked really hard to get to this point and I can’t wait for the postseason to begin.”

For Waynesboro, Evan Stein shot a 1-under 70 to take medalist honors over Indian teammate Tyler Fortney (72).

Shippensburg was led by Mason Fogelsonger, tied for 9th with an 82.

Mia Libby

Greencastle-Antrim 9, James Buchanan 0: Nine players worked their way into the scoring column for the Blue Devils in a Mid Penn Colonial win over the Rockets in Mercersburg on Monday night.

Mia Libby led the way with 2 goals and 2 assists.

Single goal scorers included Abi Wolfe, Rylee Henson, Maddie Koons, Sajel Sriram, Cate Flynn, Natalie Hanks and Caroline Logsdon.

In addition, Caterina Marchiano recorded an assist.


Greencastle-Antrim 2, James Buchanan 0: The Blue Devils’ Caleb Baine scored two goals in the first half and made them stand up in a shutout Mid Penn Colonial win over the Rockets at Kaley Field on Tuesday night.

Caleb Baine

Baine was assisted by Andrew Bowers 19 minutes into the game, and by Mitch Lagoe at 35:29.
Ethan Ford made one save to preserve the clean sheet, while JB goalkeeper Mason Neil made 12 saves.
G-A coach Aric Bruner said, “I thought we had a great first half tonight `– we fed off of the energy from the huge crowd we had for community night. Caleb had two very quality finishes off of great balls by Andrew and Mitch.
“Credit to James Buchanan in the second half. I thought they held their own defensively and kept us off the scoresheet. You can tell they are trending in the right direction.”