Adams County Sports Update – September 23 2023

Gettysburg College

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High School Sports

Football

September 21

Gettysburg 41, Mechanicsburg 20

September 22

Bermudian Springs 40, Biglerville 0

Delone 14, Littlestown 6

New Oxford 35, York Suburban 14

Hanover 49, Fairfield 34

Boys Soccer

September 21

Bermudian Springs : 1 Hanover : 0
Goal: Goalkeeper Alan Felipe a penalty kick after a hand ball in the box, 19:21 left to play in the second half.

Shots: BS – 30, H – 1
Saves: BS – 1, H – 24
Corner kicks: BS – 7, H – 1
Direct kicks: BS – 8, H – 7

Biglerville : 3 Delone : 0
The Canners shut out Delone at home, with Jesus Salazar-Ruelas racking up two goals and an assist.
JV: Biglerville 2, Delone 0

Field Hockey

September 21

Biglerville : 1 Bishop McDevitt 1 : 1
Ava Peterson scored a first-period goal for host Biglerville and Eva Foster tied the game for Bishop McDevitt less than a minute later. That was the be the extent of the scoring as the teams battled through three more periods, plus overtime, finally settling for a 1-1 tie.

Gettysburg : 4 Waynesboro : 0
Gettysburg turned in a dominant win at home vs. Waynesboro on Thursday. Carly Schumacher scored three of her team’s four goals; Abigail Williams added the fourth.

September 22
Gettysburg : 0 Littlestown : 0
The teams went to overtime, but neither could score a goal in a tightly-played defensive struggle on the Warriors’ field.

York Tech : 2 Delone : 0

Girls Tennis

September 21
Bermudian Springs : 5 James Buchanan : 0
With the win, the Eagles tied the school record for most tennis wins. They are now 6-6 for the season.
#1singles Molly Karom (BS) def. Nikki Pence 6-1, 6-7(4), 1-0(7)
#2singles: Amelia Gerringer (BS) def. Jenna Wible 6-0,, 6-1
#3singles: Greta Haley(BS) def. Bella Stevens 7-6(4), 6-1

#1doubles: Ava Leatherman and Reese Lighty (BS) def. Cabella Shaffer and Sarah Hunt 6-0, 6-1
#2doubles: Ella Somerville and Addie Elliott (BS) def. Jessie Eichhorn and Leah Groen 6-1, 6-0

September 22
Chambersburg : 5 Gettysburg : 0
Singles 1: Gettysburg’s senior, Carmen Oshunrinade, fought bravely but was bested by Chambersburg’s Sarah Vessah in two sets with scores of 0-6 and 1-6.
Singles 2: The Chambersburg streak continued as Charlie Kalathas faced off against Gettysburg’s Auvrie Coscia. Kalathas secured a commanding win with scores of 0-6 and 0-6.
Singles 3: Parishi Bhanu of Gettysburg gave it her all in a more closely fought match. losing 3-6 and 4-6.
Doubles 1: Maja Engl and Ava Fair of Gettysburg faced Marley Christopher and Ashlee Barrett of Chambersburg. The Chambersburg duo came out on top with scores of 1-6 and 0-6.
Doubles 2: Wynter Frenette and Molly Heaton of Gettysburg experienced a challenging match against Reese Miller and Leah Wadel from Chambersburg, resulting in another win for Chambersburg at 0-6 and 0-6.
In the District Doubles category:
Gettysburg’s dynamic duo, Auvrie Coscia and Parishi Bhanu, found themselves up against a formidable pair from Chambersburg, Sarah Vessah and Charlie Kalathas. Chambersburg’s pair showcased their synergy and took the match with a 0-8 score.

New Oxford : 5 Dallastown : 0
The powerful Colonial girls swept to another victory, winning every match-up in straight sets.

Girls Volleyball

September 21
Big Spring : 3 Gettysburg : 0
Big Spring swept Gettysburg in three close games. Maya Brainard had 18 assists, India Mitchell had 15 digs, and Emily Holtzople had 6 kills for the Warriors. Alexa Codori had 5 blocks. 
25-15 (Big Spring)
25-21 (Big Spring)
25-22 (Big Spring)
JV: Big Spring 2, Gettysburg 0

Delone : 3 Hanover : 0
(25-7, 25-22, 25-13)
JV: Delone 2, Hanover 0
(25-11, 25-8)

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