By DAVID BARR
In a classic match-up of size and power against speed and aggressiveness, the little guys won out.
North Hagerstown used it quickness to chop South Hagerstown down to size on Saturday to score a 61-44 win in the renewal of the city rivalry at North.
"Speed kills," South coach Bob Starkey said. "North was more aggresive then we were and their quickness as a team was dominating."
The Rebels (5-13, 3-12 in the MVAL) lost its height early. Antonie Becks, South's 6-foot-11 center, picked up three fouls in the first period.