Boys Soccer

G-A roundup: Soccer teams blank West Perry

Greencastle-Antrim 1, West Perry 0: Nolan Sullivan scored the game’s only goal just a minute into overtime Tuesday night to lift the Blue Devils to a Mid Penn Colonial win in Elliottsburg.

Greencastle (3-0-1, 3-0 MPC) got a four-save shutout from goalkeeper Ethan Ford. Sullivan’s goal was unassisted.

G-A coach Aric Bruner said, “We played an excellent possession game tonight. We applied pressure the whole second half, but the goal was just eluding us. The momentum at the end of the second half carried over into the overtime and (Sullivan) was able to put away a rebound early.

“We’re playing well defensively, but we have a huge game Thursday (home vs. Northern) and we’ll have to put some goals away.”

Greencastle-Antrim 2, West Perry 0: The Blue Devils scored their third straight win and third straight shutout by topping the Mustangs in a Mid Penn Colonial matchup on Tuesday night at Kaley Field.

Haley Noblit and Natalie Hanks scored the goals for Greencastle.

Boys, girls split in tri-meet: The Greencastle-Antrim teams both dropped decisions to Gettysburg and beat Shippensburg in a Mid Penn Colonial meet at Gettysburg on Tuesday.

In boys competition, the host Warriors edged G-A, 28-20, and beat Ship16-47. The Blue Devils (2-1, 2-1 MPC) defeated the Greyhounds, 18-37.

For the girls, Greencastle (2-2, 2-2 MPC) fell 24-33 to Gettysburg and came back to edge Shippensburg, 27-30. The Warriors also defeated Ship, 20-35.

Kylie Kerns

Greencastle-Antrim 3, Waynesboro 0: The Blue Devils picked up wins of 25-13, 25-18 and 25-20 to blank the Maidens in a Mid Penn Colonial match Tuesday night on the road.

Kylie Kerns led Greencastle (3-1, 2-1 MPC) with 10 service points, 6 aces, 8 digs and 6 assists, while ALaina Garling added 12 points, 7 aces and 7 assists.

Also for the Blue Devils, who racked up 25 aces in total, Abigail Eagler made 8 kills, Lily Kauffman had 9 points and 4 aces and Brianna Woodring had 7 digs.


Indians move into 1st place: Waynesboro edged Shippensburg by one stroke (326-327) to win a Mid Penn Colonial golf match at Chambersburg C.C. on Tuesday, and thereby take a one-game lead into the last tournament next week.

The Indians are 33-3 and Northern is 32-4. Ship is third at 25-11, Greencastle-Antrim and Gettysburg are tied for fifth and James Buchanan is seventh.

Tyler Fortney of Waynesboro won the medalist honors with a 3-over par 76. Tied for second were Cooper Swam of G-A and Ben Horgos of Shippensburg with 79s. Taylor Blair had the best score for JB with an 88.