Friday's roundup - Patriots dismantle Cadets

February 21, 1999

FREDERICK, Md. - No. 1 Thomas Johnson continued its winning streak in the Central Maryland Conference Friday night with an easy 91-54 victory over Frederick.

Chris Williams scored a game-high 30 points as TJ (20-1, 13-0) built a 43-26 halftime lead.

Michael Foreman had 21 points, Adam Dickman had 12 points and Marcus West added 10 points for TJ.

Tommy Kapust led Fredrick with 13 points.

Middletown 58, Catoctin 50

MIDDLETOWN, Md. - Middletown scored 15 straight points to close out the third quarter with a 46-32 lead en route to an eight-point victory in Monocacy Valley Athletic League action.

Todd Stanzione scored a game-high 22 points and added four assists for the Knights (13-8, 13-4). D.J. Costello had 15 points and five rebounds, while Brad Conn added six assists.


Chad Wiley led the Cougars (6-16, 5-13) with 17 points. Jeremy Parks had 14 points and Matt Merico added 10 points.

S. Fulton 72, Clear Spring 58

WARFORDSBURG, Pa. - Southern Fulton outscored Clear Spring 42-31 in the second half to break open a three-point halftime lead.

Justin Hixon scored 18 points and added six assists, while Chris Trail matched Hixon's 18 points and added five rebounds for Southern Fulton (13-11). Marshall Mills had 12 points and six rebounds.

Josh Keyton scored 16 points while Lee Mitchell had 15 points for Clear Spring (0-21).

Mercersburg 73, Hill School 51

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Wes Miller had 18 points - 15 in the first half - as the No. 3 Blue Storm won its first-round game at the Mercersburg Invitational.

Miller had 10 points in the second quarter and five 3s in the game, as Mercersburg blew open a nine-point game with a 26-11 third-quarter scoring edge.

Stephane Pelle had 15 points, Ugonna Onyekew added 12, and Kareem Wright 10 for Mercersburg (18-6).

Northern 56, Waynesboro 39

BOILING SPRINGS, Pa. - Northern outscored Waynesboro 32-17 in the second half to run away with the second-half championship of the Mid Penn Capital Division.

Tom Wesner led Northern (16-8) with 17 points, while Ryan Thomas added 15 points.

Saeed Samad led Waynesboro (16-10) with 16 points and 10 rebounds. Mike Hoover added 13 points.

J. Buchanan 48, Forbes Road 45

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Matt Piper hit two foul shots late in overtime to seal a three-point victory for James Buchanan.

Eric Stoner led JB (8-16) with 16 points. Jeff Burckhart had eight points, while Piper and Jerry Sabo each added seven points.

Shalom 51, Broadfording 45

Thirteen first-half turnovers plagued Broadfording in a loss to Shalom.

Carvey Wright had 14 points and five rebounds, Dan Bieber had 11 points and Dan Burkhart had 10 points and 10 rebounds for the Lions (13-13).

Dan Frey led Shalom with 19 points, while Andrew Wenger had 17.


Clear Spring 44, Hancock 34

HANCOCK - Carrie White scored a game-high 17 points as Clear Spring ran to a 13-5 lead after the first quarter to beat the Panthers for the third time this season.

Holly Aleshire added 13 points in the win for the Blazers (4-17).

Lauren Younker scored 10 points to lead Hancock (7-14).

Broadfording 48, Shalom 33

Broadfording outscored Shalom Christian 21-4 in the pivotal second quarter, using a trapping press to run to a victory.

Vanessa Ruffin led Broadfording (25-3) with 17 points and seven rebounds. Bianca Holt had 16 points, and B'Nai Holt added eight points, nine assists and five steals.

Eileen Hissong led Shalom with 12 points.

Chambersburg 62, JB 56

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Chambersburg took control in the final four minutes to take the steam out of a James Buchanan rally.

The Trojans (3-21) held a 31-22 halftime lead before James Buchanan rallied to take a 49-48 lead midway through the fourth quarter. Chambersburg outscored JB 14-7 the rest of the way.

Lauren Kegerreis scored a team-high 20 points, while Heather Rife and Linsey Rydbom each scored 11 points for Chambersburg. Heidi Johnston scored a game-high 28 points, while Emilie Petry added 11 for JB (7-17).

Southern Fulton 53, Meyersdale 33

MEYERSDALE, Pa. - Southern Fulton used strong defense and a 31-24 rebounding advantage to defeat Meyersdale.

The win assures Southern Fulton (13-11) its first winning season in five years.

Amy Fischer had 19 points and nine rebounds to lead Southern Fulton. Mystery Mellott, Michelle Golden and Kelly True each scored eight points.


B. Springs third at Class AA regional

RIDGLEY, W.Va. - Berekely Springs sits in third place after the first day of competition at the West Virginia Class AA Region 2 meet.

Berekely Springs has 52.5 points to trail Braxton County (65) and Grafton (58).

Billy McCann (125), Jason Seville (145), Jason Waugh (152), Tommy Widmyer (160), Ben Godman (171), Richard Stotler (189) and Albert Timmons (275) all advanced to the semifinals for Berkeley Springs.

Competition continues today at 10 with semifinal and championship matches.


Hedgesville girls third at W.Va. meet

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