Edgewood's Worthington, Bomar spurring Liberty offense, defense

October 17, 1994|By Doug Brown | Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer

Former Edgewood High football stars are delivering on defense as well as offense for Liberty.

Lawrence Worthington, a 200-pound freshman running back, leads Liberty in rushing with 298 yards in 42 carries. His 10 catches (for 94 yards) in a loss to Delaware State matched the second highest single-game total in school history.

Damon Bomar, a 214-pound junior linebacker, leads the defense with 54 tackles. Against Delaware State, he had 11 tackles and recovered a fumble.

* Linebacker Chris Willingham (Atholton) is Shippensburg's second leading tackler with 85 in six games and leads the team in sacks with three for 34 yards.

* After missing the first two games with a groin pull, Boston College junior defensive back Keith Kormanik (Gilman) is back, contributing on the special teams.

* With its 0-5 record, Bridgewater has precious little offense, and is thankful for everything it can get, including the extra point by senior Steve Lowe (Walkersville) in the 28-7 loss to Methodist.


Seniors Joe Wilson (Howard) and Harmar Thompson (Landon) were named Virginia's 1995 lacrosse co-captains by vote of the squad members. Wilson, a two-year starter on defense, was an Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Week last season and has qualified for the ACC Honor Roll (academics as well as athletics) three straight years. Thompson, a midfielder, was on the ACC Honor Roll twice.

Field hockey

Junior Kim Maiste (St. Mary's) had a goal and an assist in Dickinson's 3-1 victory over Swarthmore, putting her second on the team in goals (four) and points (nine).

* Junior Liz Goodall (Kent County) leads Bucknell in scoring with 10 points on three goals and four assists after a one-and-one effort in a loss to Ursinus.

Et cetera

Sophomore Anastasia Pfarr (St. Mary's) has played in nine games, starting four, for Dickinson's women's soccer team. . . . In Mount St. Mary's soccer, Dan Gaertner (Glenelg) scored the first goal in the men's shutout win over St. Francis and Becky Mann (Notre Dame) had two goals and an assist in the women's 10-0 rout of Robert Morris. Mann has five goals in three games since recovering from an injury. . . . Stacey Gilligan (Glen Burnie) had 25 digs and 32 kills in Duquesne's losses to Massachusetts and Rhode Island. . . . At Roanoke, sophomore goalie Kara Hedges (Westminster) has five shutouts for the women's soccer team and freshman Ashley Dorr (Dulaney) was fifth as the women's cross country team remained unbeaten by defeating four teams in a parents weekend meet. . . . Jen Novak (Frederick), the No. 2 runner for Springfield, finished eighth as the Chiefs, ranked 19th in the NCAA Division II cross country poll, won the nine-team Rhode Island College Invitational. . . . Tim Deyesu (Fallston) was 2-for-4 with two RBIs in Mary Washington's loss in the opening game of a doubleheader against East Mennonite and Tim Elliott (Gilman) had two RBIs in the nightcap victory.

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