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SCORES: Monday's roundup - Hancock turns Flintstone into rubble

December 07, 1999

FLINTSTONE, Md. - Amanda True had seven points and nine rebounds Monday as Hancock defeated Flintstone 39-27 in the season opener for both teams.

Alicia Bernard had 18 points and Mell Thomas added six rebounds for the Panthers (1-0).

FLINTSTONE (27)

McCusker 8, Gallion 6, Cessna 6, Norris 4, Sipes 2, Reed 1. Totals 11 5-21 27.

HANCOCK (39)

Bernard 18, True 7, A. Younker 6, L. Younker 4, Mellott 2, Thomas 2. Totals 14 8-18 39.

Flintstone76104-27

Hancock513514-39

3-Point Goals - Hancock 1.

Brunswick 58, Walkersville 51

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BRUNSWICK, Md. - Jamie Cable had 25 points, 11 rebounds, four steals and eight assists as Brunswick rolled over Walkersville.

Kimmy Whims added four steals and five assists.

WALKERSVILLE (51)

Ramos 3, Kolb 5, Smith 16, Valenti 4, Lawrence 2, Shultz 12, Warmen 7, Cross 2. Totals 15 9-18 51.

BRUNSWICK (58)

Spence 5, Dozier 6, Whims 10, Cable 25, Patnode 8, Kiracofe 2, Duvall 2. Totals 21 14-19 58.

Walkersville 871125-51

Brunswick16111318-58

3-Point Goals - Walkersville 4 (Sholtz 2, Smith 1, Ramos 1).

Fouled Out - Brunswick 1 (Duvall).

N. Bedford 43, McConnelsburg 39

McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - Jamie Morton scored eight points, including two 3-pointers, but McConnellsburg lost to Northern Bedford.

McCONNELLSBURG (39)

Johnston 12, Morton 8, Weller 8, Paruch 6, Kuller 4, Paylor 1. Totals 17 3-5 39.

NORTHERN BEDFORD (43)

Beach 2, Thomas 8, Love 2, Weaver 16, Detterland 11, Mallery 2, Clark 6. Totals 18 4-13 43.

McConnellsburg410169-39

N. Bedford1113811-43

3-Point Goals - McConnellsburg 2 (Morton 2), Northern Bedford 1 (Weaver). Fouled Out - McConnellsburg 1 (Morton).

ST. Francis 63, Frederick 57

BALTIMORE - Laura Jobe scored three 3-pointers in the fourth quarter for Frederick in their victory over St. Francis.

FREDERICK (57)

Reidy 1, Brennan 14, Muscar 8, Means 2, Jobe 13, Hood 15, Bryan 4. Totals 18 3-8 57.

ST. FRANCIS (63)

Coady 7, Blue 10, Berel 2, Watson 26, Evans 10, Wallace 2. Totals 14 13-16 63.

Frederick714927-57

St. Francis26101116-63

3-Point Goals - Frederick 6 (Muscar 2, Jobe 3, Hood), St. Francis 6 (Coady, Blue, Watson 3, Wallace). Fouled Out - None

St. John's-PH 40, Westminster 33

WESTMINSTER, Md. - Kim Henry had seven points, all in the fourth quarter, as St. John's at Prospect Hall defeated Westminster.

Katie Selby had 13 points for Westminster.

WESTMINSTER (33)

Utz 1, Owings 6, Nazelrod 6, Vigliotti 1, Cusher 4, Selby 13, Schulteis 1. Totals 14 10-28 40.

ST. JOHN'S (40)

Cole 8, Anders 11, Showers 1, Haynos 3, Rackich 4, Merkle 2, Henry 7, Hollister 4. Totals 13 6-15 33.

3-Point Goals - Westminster 1 (Owings), St. John's 2 (Anders, Henry)

Tussey Mountain 43, S. Fulton 37

WARFORDSBURG, Pa. - Unbeaten Tussey Mountain outscored Southern Fulton 24-17 in the second half for the win.

TUSSEY MOUNTAIN (43)

Love 6, Rurake 9, Black 7, McGee 4, Ramper 6, Lazer 11. Totals: 16 10-21 43.

SOUTHERN FULTON (37)

Golden 6, Smart 4, Whiteside 8, Mellott 4, True 9, Appel 6. Totals: 14 7-12 37.

Tussey Mountain1451410-43

Southern Fulton1010107-37.

Three-point goals: Tussey 1 (Black); Southern 2 (Golden, Appel).

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Mason-Dixon League

Williamsport 4, Westminster 2: Tim Miller scored two goals and assisted on another helping Williamsport advance to the playoff finals.

Williamsport will play Middletown at 1:30 p.m. Sunday at Ballinger Creek Park in the title game.

Scott Shupp and Craig Elwood also scored for Williamsport in the semifinal and Jeremy Palmer had an assist.

* COLLEGE WRESTLING




Janus claims PSU title

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. - Former Williamsport state champion Mark Janus claimed the heavyweight championship at Sunday's 1999 Penn State Open, besting a field that included three nationally-ranked wrestlers.

Janus, the top seed and last year's tournament runner-up, registered falls in 52 seconds, 1 minute, 20 seconds and 45 seconds in the first three rounds, defeated Matt Lamb 9-4 of Michigan State in the semifinals. Janue went on to defeat No. 2 seed Tim Courtad, of Ohio University, 5-3.

Waynesboro graduate Craig Hight, a redshirt freshman at the University of Pittsburgh-Johnstown, also competed at 157 pounds.

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