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Douglas High Graduates update

Record Courier Staff Reports

For the week ending Sept. 25, 2004

FOOTBALL

Brandon Griffith, sr., QB, Southern Oregon: 11-for-24 for 103 yards passing and a touchdown in a 13-9 loss to Azusa Pacific.

Gabe Hatchett, jr., WR, Toledo: Stats not available.

Andy McIntosh, fr., WR, Nevada: Red-shirting.

Jake Peterson, fr., LB, Pennsylvania: Started at middle linebacker for the Quakers junior varsity team and had eight tackles and two sacks in a loss to Valley Forge College. He was expected to suit up for the Quakers’ first varsity home game against Villanova..

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Luke Rippee, fr., FS, Nevada: Red-shirting.

SOCCER

Ashley Sulprizio, jr., GK, California: Didn’t play in two Cal shutouts against Fresno State and Pacific. The Golden Bears are ranked No. 13 in the country.

Amber Gwinn, jr., M/F, Sacramento State: Started once and played in two losses last week.

Mackenzie Porter, fr., M, Notre Dame de Namur: No stats last week.

Hannah Sullivan, fr., F, Liberty: No stats last week.

Terran Hadlock, soph., M, Nevada: Tied for the team lead with three shots in a scoreless tie against UNLV Sunday. The Wolf Pack is unbeaten in its last three games.

Britney Christen, soph., F, Lassen: No stats last week. The Lady Cougars are ranked No. 5 in the country with a 9-1-1 record.

Jen Jaggard, fr., D Lassen: No stats last week.

Molly Hernandez, soph., M, Lassen: No stats last week.

Chase Zumpft, fr., GK, Feather River: Starting at keeper for the Golden Eagles.

CROSS COUNTRY

Daniel Sipko, fr., Eastern Oregon: Next race Oct. 2.

Taryn Joyce-Mendive, soph., Lewis-Clark State: Has two top-ten finishes on the season, a third-place at Boise and a seventh-place at Walla Walla. Her team finished first at both meets. Lewis-Clark entered the season ranked 12th in the NAIA.

VOLLEYBALL

Brittany Addeo, soph., Adelphi: Had 32 assists, four aces and six digs in a win over Southern Connecticut and fell just two shy of a school record with 59 assists and nine digs against Merrimack. Was named to the Bentley Classic All-Tournament team with 56 assists in a loss to Bentley.

Jencie LeJeune, jr., San Francisco: Four kills and one block in a win over Grambling State.

Jamie McCreary, jr., Southern Oregon: Posted a career high 65 assists in a win over Western Baptist.

Emily Haas, soph., San Diego: 10 kills, one ace, two digs and two blocks in a loss to Long Beach State.

Chelsey Myers, jr., Seattle Pacific: 17 kills and 20 digs in a loss to Western Washington.

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