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Costello's 21 points leads Gaels

January 24, 2000

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Junior Lauren Costello scored eight points in the third quarter, including a 3-pointer at the first half buzzer, as St. Maria Goretti defeated Grace 54-37 on Monday.

Goretti led 32-24 at halftime but built a 46-33 advantage after three quarters.

Costello finished with a game-high 21 points and 17 rebounds. Kristy Divelbliss added nine points and eight rebounds and Brett Stone also grabbed eight rebounds for Goretti (13-6).

Sarah Conner scored 13 points and had seven steals to lead Grace (10-4).

GRACE (47)

Conner 13, Rock 10, Anthony 6, Durbin 6, Shibley 2. Totals 14 7-14 47.

ST. MARIA GORETTI (54)

Divelbliss 9, Benavides 7, Costello 21, Siirtola 10, Stone 3, Wills 2, Shinham 2. Totals 21 10-13 54.

Grace51994-37

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St. Maria Goretti1220148- 54

Three-point goals - Grace 2 (Rock 2), St. Maria Goretti 3 (Costello, Siirtola 2).

 

Smithsburg 66, Clear Spring 43

CLEAR SPRING - Tissa Porter had 17 points and 18 rebounds and Jenelle Stouffer added 13 points and five steals as Smithsburg (8-6) kept Clear Spring winless.

Heather Ashley added nine points and nine rebounds for the Leopards, while Katy Powell had seven steals.

Carrie White scored a game-high 21 points and Kari Mowen added 10 for the Blazers (0-12).

SMITHSBURG (66)

Higgins 6, Porter 17, Stouffer 13, Powell 9, Whott 2, Rowe 2, Feiser 7, Gordon 1, Ashley 9. Totals 21 22-30 66.

CLEAR SPRING (43)

Butts 2, Yeakle 2, Gozora 1, White 21, Bush 5, Blankenship 2, Mowen 10. Totals 13 16-24 43.

Smithsburg18171219-66

Clear Spring714139-43

Three-point goals - Smithsburg 2 (Stouffer 2), Clear Spring 1 (White).

 

Beall 64, Hancock 55

HANCOCK - Angel Spataro had 24 points for Beall as they defeated Hancock. Jessica Conway was right behind her with 18 points. Beall had 23 points in the third quarter alone, putting them in the lead.

Alicia Barnard had 30 points, six steals and four assists for Hancock (5-7). Allison Yonker had five steals and Lauren Yonker had 12 rebounds. Amanda True had seven rebounds.

BEALL (64)

Aylor 9, Johansen 7, Simons 2, Spataro 24, Conway 18, Conrad 4. Totals 25 14-28 64

HANCOCK (55)

Barnard 30, A. Yonker 5, L. Yonker 5, True 9, Millot 4, Thomas 2. Totals 16 14-25 55

Beall13132315-64

Hancock14161213-55

Three-point goals - Beall 3 (Barnard 3). Fouled-out - Beall (Johansen), Hancock (A. Yonker, L. Yonker).

 

JV - Beall 17, Hancock 16

Highland View 44, Faith Christian 28

Cassie Iskra and Lauren Nudd both scored 12 points and Christy Bennett added 10 as Highland View (7-5) defeated Faith Christian.

Kristen Michael had 12 points for Faith.

FAITH CHRISTIAN (28)

Marsceau 8, Michael 12, Rhoe 4, Wenck 2, Dunham 2. Totals 12 3-16 28.

HIGHLAND VIEW (44)

Iskra 12, Strahle 7, Bennett 10, Morrison 1, Nudd 12. Totals 18 8-18 44.

Faith810010-28

Highland View8121311-44

Three-point goals - Faith 1 (Marsceau).

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Highland View 73, Faith Christian 63

Andrew McHaya had a game-high 31 points and added 10 rebounds as Highland View scored 32 fourth-quarter points to defeat Faith Christian.

Cesar Medina added 15 points and 10 rebounds for HVA (4-8), while Will Iverson had 14 points and six boards.

Tom Mann had 23 points and Ben Mann added 15 for Faith.

FAITH CHRISTIAN (63)

T. Mann 23, B. Mann 15, Echernide 8, Wiltshise 4, Hinger 2, Shingle 6. Totals 23 12-18 63.

HIGHLAND VIEW (73)

Prado 2, Medina 19, Greene 5, Young 2, McHaya 31, Iverson 14. Totals 22 23-30 73.

Faith15131023-63

Highland View1027632-73

Three-point goals - Highland View 4 (McHaya 3, Greene).

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Mount St. Mary's 77, Sacred Heart 69

EMMITSBURG, Md. - Northeast Conference Player of the Week Gregory Harris scored 20 points and collected eight rebounds as Mount St. Mary's defeated Sacred Heart in Northeast Conference play.

The Mountaineers (5-11, 4-3) used a 19-7 run early for a 19-9 lead with 12:37 left in the first half. Sacred Heart erased the deficit, going on a 15-4 spurt of its own to take a 24-23 edge, but the Mount closed the half on a 9-0 run for a 40-36 lead at the break.

The second half had seven lead changes, but Harris had eight points in a 14-3 run that led the Mount to the win.

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FSK 35, Middletown 33

at Middletown, Md.

105-Beutler (M) p. Bunch, 5:38; 114-Sailor (M) p. Lookingbill, 1:05; 121-Yinger (F) p. O'Keefe, .25; 127-Owings (F) d. Trigoning, 8-2; 132- Schlepp (M) d. Kellerman, 4-3; 137-Keller (M) p. Owings, 3:01; 142-Rippeon (M) p. Palsgrove, 3:12; 147- Hammond (M) p. Korn, 3:54; 154-Kline (F) tech.fault Blair, 15-0; 162-Bloom (F) p. Smart, .10; 173-Holler (F) d. Bissnet, 7-6; 191- Brammer (F) p. Dillon, 1:04; 277- Frech (F) p. Cutsail, 5:06.

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Ryerson new Mount soccer coach

EMMITSBURG, Md. - Dr. Harold P. Menninger, the athletics director at Mount St. Mary's College, has announced the appointment of former United States national team player Rob Ryerson as the new head men's soccer coach at the Mount.

He succeeds Mark Mettrick, who has resigned to become the head coach at Loyola College.

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