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F-F H.S. Highlights: Tuesday Oct. 25


Gardenhour finishes 15th: Waynesboro senior Olivia Gardenhour wrapped up her career with a 15th-place finish at the PIAA Championships on Tuesday at Heritage Hills in York.

Gardenhour shot a second-day score of 86, three better than Monday's 89, which gave her a total of 175, giving her 15th place out of a field of 18 golfers.

"Olivia played better today than yesterday,"Maidens coach Ryan Henderson said. "Being 15th in the state of Pennsylvania is not too shabby for a girl who did not play golf her freshman year. She drove the ball well all day long. Her short game was solid except for the occasional three-putt.

"Her round today was highlighted by a 60-foot birdie putt on the 11th hole. It was an uphill and then downhill snake that found its way to the bottom of the cup. That brought a cheer from the crowd."


Boys soccer

McConnellsburg 4, Northern Bedford 1: McConnellsburg added three goals in the second half to nail in a 4-1 SHL victory over Northern Bedford. The Panthers scored their lone goal with just two minutes from the end of regulation. Ethan Barclay had two goals for the Spartans (15-2-1, 10-1-1), while Nic Culler and Chad Bunch also found the back of the net.

Girls soccer

Northern Bedford 1, McConnellsburg 0: One goal was all it took in a close Sideling Hill League/ ICC clash between Northern Bedford and McConnellsburg. Sadie McConnell scored early in the second half for the eventual game winner. Kellyn Perry had six saves for the Spartans (10-7-1, 5-2-1 SHL, 4-2 ICC).

Girls volleyball

McConnellsburg 3, Southern Fulton 0: McConnellsburg locked in a decisive SHL/ICC victory over Southern Fulton, holding the Indians to 13 points or less points in each set. McConnellsburg was led by Bridgette Ritchey and Kacey Hann who had 11 and 10 kills respectively. Tara Cutchaw had three aces for the Spartans (16-1, 11-0 SHL, 8-0 ICC). Morgan Fitz led the Indians (6-11, 4-7 SHL, 4-6 ICC) with three kills and an aces.