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St. Mary's runs past Bandon JV

St. Mary's runs past Bandon JVBANDON ' The St. Mary's football team was scheduled to host the Phoenix JV Saturday. But when the Pirates had to pull out of the game, all the rejuvenated Crusaders could line up was a road game against the Bandon JV.The trip to the Oregon coast proved to be a good one as St. Mary's ran roughshod over the Tigers, 49-8.I don't think we expected it to be as easy as it was, St. Mary's first-year coach Pete Zappas said.The Crusaders (3-2) held a 15-0 halftime lead, then exploded for 20 points in the third quarter.The third quarter was amazing what we did, said Zappas. We had our best third quarter of the season. Sophomore Joe Fetty got a chance to shine during the Crusaders' big period.The second-string sophomore fullback gave starter Willy Terrall a breather and broke a 86-yard touchdown run to put St. Mary's ahead 28-0.Joe just started taking over, said Zappas. He showed us we might have a one-two punch at fullback and might give him the ball a lot more.Fetty ended with a game-high 159 yards on 11 carries to pace a ground attack that accumulated 439 yards.Terrall added 101 yards on 12 rushes.St. Mary's built a 42-0 lead before the Tigers scored their lone touchdown in the fourth quarter.Bandon was limited to 176 yards offensively.Our defense just stuffed them, said Zappas. They really only had two drives the whole game ' one in the first half and we stopped them, then the drive they scored on.St. Mary's hosts Gilchrist in a 2 p.m. homecoming game Saturday.St. Mary's.....................................8 7 20 14 ' 49Bandon JV....................................0 0 0 8 ' 8SM ' Terrall 64 run (Rust run)SM ' Butts 27 run (Kulig kick)SM ' Butts 17 run (run failed)SM ' Fetty 86 run (Kulig kick)SM ' Slavenski 8 run (Kulig kick)SM ' Kirkpatrick 32 run (Kulig kick)B ' 12 run (run)SM ' Butts — run (Kulig kick)Cross Country SUMMIT INVITATIONAL ' At Bend, Klamath Union's Lauren Jespersen finished in 16 minutes, 4 seconds to take first place in a boys field of 164.Teammate Kevin Pellegrino was second at 16:13, and the Pelicans placed seventh among 24 teams.Grants Pass, paced by Trevor Hanlin (11th at 16:52), was 10th, and South Medford, with Alando Pacas (28th, 17:18) leading the way, claimed 11th.In girls action, KU placed fifth as a team on the strength of Katie Leary's fifth-place individual time of 19:34.Grants Pass was 12th and South Medford 19th in the 20-team field. Amy Finney, 56th in 21:45, led the Panthers, while Brittany Hodgson, 28th in 20:50, was the swiftest Caver.Jesuit earned first among girls teams, and South Eugene's Erin Gray was the top individual in 18:48. Mead (Wash.) was the boys team winner.Summit InvitationalAt BendSOC representatives in boldBOYSTEAM SCORES ' 1, Mead (Wash.), 82; 2, Snohomish (Wash.), 95; 3, Hermiston, 128; 4, Bend, 154; 5, Jesuit, 158; 6, Sunset, 167; 7, Klamath Union, 223; 8, Heritage, 235; 9, Mountain View, 250; 10, Grants Pass, 303; 11, South Medford, 326; 12, South Eugene, 373; 13, Molalla, 386; 14, Sisters, 393; 15, Crescent Valley, 399; 16, La Pine, 415; 17, Hood River, 446; 18, Woodburn, 467; 19, Crook County, 470; 20, Summit, 495; 21, McMinnville, 509; 22, Sprague, 535; 23, Redmond, 583; 24, Madras, 707.INdivIDUALS ' 1, Lauren Jespersen, KU, 16:04; 2, Kevin Pellegrino, KU, 16:13; 3, Geoff Greer, Mead, 16:15; 4, Fred Spofford, Sunset, 16:16; 5, Laef Barnes, Mead, 16:16; 6, Brian Horneck, Hermiston, 16:24; 8, Evan Garber, Mead, 16:39; 9, Isacc Guzman, Woodburn, 16:40; 10, Faraz Bala, Snohomish, 16:44.SOUTH MEDFORD ' 28, Alando Pacas, 17:18; 39, Chris McLean, 17:33; 57, Zachary Harris, 17:57; 98, Joe Arnold, 18:42; 102, Jason Artner, 18:44; 117, Nathan Kobinsky, 19:07; 155, Scott Rowan, 20:27.GRANTS PASS ' 11, Trevor Hanlin, 16:52; 49, Jamie Gunn, 17:49; 69, Travis Ryan, 18:07; 80, Darin Hunter, 18:18; 93, Denver Speelman, 18:33; 107, Matt Johnson, 18:52.KLAMATH UNION ' 55, Mason Orlow, 17:56; 73, Markus Schaaf, 18:14; 91, Zach Tucker, 18:29; 105, Luis Morels, 18:45; 128, Tyler Hale, 19:23.GIRLSTEAM SCORES ' 1, Jesuit, 83; 2, Snohomish (Wash.), 87; 3, St. Mary's Academy, 105; 4, Crescent Valley, 164; 5, Klamath Union, 171; 6, South Eugene, 176; 7, Hermiston, 187; 8, Sunset, 227; 9, Sisters, 237; 10, Mountain View, 245; 11, Bend, 283; 12, Grants Pass, 298; 13, Redmond, 317; 14, Heritage, 322; 15, McMinnville, 330; 16, Mollala, 414; 17, Sprague, 419; 18, Summit, 500; 19, South Medford, 502; 20, Madras, 634.INdivIDUALS ' 1, Erin Gray, S. Eugene, 18:48; 2, Christy Paul, H. River, 19:21; 3, Samone Brockett, Sunset, 19:21; 4, Sarah Pearson, S. Eugene, 19:22; 5, Katie Leary, KU, 19:34; 6, Grace Shapland, S. Eugene, 19:42; 7, Emily McMahon, Mt. View, 19:45; 8, Anne Murphy-Hagan, St. Mary's, 19:47; 9, Sarah Scott, Jesuit, 19:54; 10, Any Berg, C. Valley, 20:07.SOUTH MEDFORD ' 56, Amy Finney, 21:45; 99, Jan Frodsham, 23:05; 119, Teri Silva, 23:55; 128, Renee Benton, 24:14; 131, Candace Cordova, 24:33; 133, Joy Ingraham, 24:45; 134, Kayla Durst, 24:46.GRANTS PASS ' 28, Brittany Hodgson, 20:50; 39, McKenzie Jones, 21:14; 69, Allison Nunnemaker, 22:19; 88, Elise Aschwanden, 22:42; 90, Elizabeth Howard, 22:46; 96, Kelsey Tardieu, 22:55.KLAMATH UNION ' 30, Adrienne Cesena, 20:54; 36, Jessica Wood, 21:12; 46, Lorene Young, 21:29; 66, Laura Leppert, 22:11; 83, Sara Kennedy, 22:36; 101, Jenni Ritter, 23:07.Volleyball CLEARWATER CLASSIC ' At Bend, North Medford and Ashland got knocked out in the quarterfinals of the top-level Gold Division.Gresham defeated Jesuit in the Gold Division finals, 25-16, 25-23.Jesuit eliminated North Medford, 25-9, 25-16, while the Grizzlies lost to Barlow, 15-25, 25-18, 15-12.Crater defeated Summit, 25-23, 25-17, in the finals of the Bronze Division.Crater got by Corvallis in the quarterfinals, then won a semifinal match against Redmond, 25-21, 25-18.Roseburg lost to Pendleton in the semifinals of the Silver Division. DAYS CREEK TOURNAMENT ' At Canyonville, Butte Falls stormed through pool play and the semifinals but couldn't complete its run, falling to Days Creek in the championship final.The Loggers (14-4) went 5-1 in the morning round of pool play, splitting with the Roseburg sophomores before taking two straight from Canyonville Christian Academy and Powers.Butte Falls edged Umpqua Valley Christian, 25-21, 25-22, in the semifinal round, but fell short against a talented Days Creek squad, 25-16, 25-14, 25-17.Junior outside hitter Asia Million led the Loggers with 41 kills and nine digs on the day, while junior Sarah Matthews had 10 aces, junior Cassy Bartel seven blocks and junior Brianna Smeltz 61 assists.