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Roundup - Moore, Roach names to W.Va. all-state first team

December 17, 2000

Roundup - Moore, Roach names to W.Va. all-state first team



* PREP FOOTBALL


Two Eastern Panhandle players were selected to the West Virginia Class AAA All-State football first team on Saturday.

Sean Moore, a 6-foot-4, 210-pound senior defensive end from Hedgesville and Steve Roach, a 6-3, 305-pound junior defensive tackle from Martinsburg were named to the first team by the West Virginia Sports Writers Association.

Moore had 70 tackles, including 17 for losses, 13 sacks and three blocked kicks while doubling as the Eagles' quarterback, helping Hedgesville get back to the .500 mark after an 0-10 season in 1999.

Roach fought off double-team attention all year and finished with 85 tackles. He is being recruited by several major Division I schools.

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Martinsburg also had two players named to the second team. Senior defensive lineman Nikolai Payne was selected as the second-team captain, while defensive back Brandon Barrett was the only freshman named to either the first or second team.

Jefferson running back Damon McDowell and Musselman punter Andy Shutts also made the second team.

Receiving special honorable mention were Musselman defensive lineman Jason Chambers, Martinsburg linebacker Aaron Warner and Hedgesville linebacker Devon Deeds.

Martinsburg's Joey Yurish (QB) and Mark Ostrowski (LB) and Jefferson's Andre McDonald (LB) and Ryan Fiero (P) received honorable mention.

* BOYS BASKETBALL


J.R. Tucker 63, B. Springs 58

HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. - Hashim Williams scored nine of his game-high 17 points in the first quarter to lead J.R. Tucker to a victory over Berkeley Springs.

J.R. Tucker, from Richmond, Va., was formerly coached by Hedgesville coach Kelly Church and came to the Eastern Panhandle to play two games. Tucker defeated Hedgesville on Friday.

Rocky Berch finished with 13 points and 16 rebounds for the Indians (0-1), while Jamie Mason finished with 14.

BERKELEY SPRINGS (58)

Omps 7, Rockwell 11, Bosley 8, Potter 3, Mason 14, Paine 2, Berch 13. Totals 22 7-12 58.

J.R. TUCKER (63)

Baytop 2, Pena 5, Williams 17 , Horne 1, Gary 4, Morton 12, Snead 2, Toney 1, Haskins 6, Seay 13. Totals 21 19-26 63

Berkeley Springs1091326-58

J.R. Tucker21141810-63

Three-point goals - Berkeley Springs 6 (Omps 2, Mason 2, Rockwell, Potter), J.R. Tucker 2 (Williams 2).

Bishop O'Connell 67, St. James 65

ST. JAMES - Jared Knotts' 3-point attempt and Billy Keyes' tip-in in the final seconds rimmed out of the basket to allow Bishop O'Connell to hold on for a two-point victory over St. James.

Pierce Lacy and Ricky Lucas scored eight points each in the first quarter to give Bishop O'Connell (7-1) a 27-19 lead and extended it to a 41-28 advantage by the half. Lacy finished with 17 points.

Keyes finished with 20 points and 10 rebounds while Knotts added 14 points and six boards. Phil Scott had 15 points and six assists for St. James (1-4).

BISHOP O'CONNELL (67)

Smith 12, Lacey 17, Foldhyan 4, Gatling 8, Lucus 16, Lawless 2, Leber 2, Johnson 6. 28 4-9 67.

ST. JAMES (65)

Scott 15, Keyes 20, Knotts 14, Monroe 14, Holzapfel 2. Totals 25 5-6 65.

Bishop O'Connell2714215-67

St. James1992313-65

Three-point goals - Bishop O'Connell (Lacey 3, Lucas 2, Smith, Gatling), St. James 10 (Scott 3, Knotts 3, Keyes 2, Monroe 2).

Gettysburg 50, Waynesboro 48

GETTYSBURG, Pa. - Ryan Devlin scored 16 points and grabbed eight rebounds, Seth Scott had 15 points and eight rebounds and Adam Caron had 10 points and seven rebounds but Wayneboro (2-6) lost to Gettysburg.

WAYNESBORO (48)

Carter 7, Caron 10, Devlin 16, Scott 15. Totals 19 6-7 48

GETTYSBURG (50)

Shelton 9, Teck 6, Sheffer 3, Murray 13, Smith 19. Totals 18 8-14 50.

Waynesboro10111116-48

Gettysburg1612616-50

Three-point goals - Waynesboro 4 (Carter, Caron, Devlin 2). Gettysburg 6 (Shelton, Yeck 2, Murray, Smith 2). Fouled out - Carter. JV - Gettysburg, 53-45.

SJPH 66, South Lafourche 37

WASHINGTON - Carlos Martinez had 13 points and nine rebounds to lead No. 4 St. John's at Prospect Hall over South Lafourche (La.) in the fifth-place game at the Gonzaga-D.C. Classic at American University.

Adama Diggs had eight points, five steals and six assists for the Vikings (8-2).

SJPH (66)

Martinez 13, Tabor-Fritts 8, Diggs 8, White 11, Blizzard 5, Battle 8, Thomas 2, Alexander 8, Singleton 3. Totals 25 16-21 66.

SOUTH LAFOURCHE (37)

Leblanc 3, Bruce 10, Dufrene 8, O'Quinn 7, Hanberry 3, Minor 4, Bourda 2. Totals 15 5-9 37.

SJPH14152017-66

South Lafourche68815-37

Three-point goals - South Lafourche 2 (Leblanc, Hanberry).

* GIRLS BASKETBALL


Hedgesville 41, Oak Hill 36

OAK HILL, W.Va. - Laura Windle had 11 points and 16 rebounds to lead Hedgesville past Oak Hill.

Cathy Ashley and Tiffany Linn each had five steals for the Eagles (2-0).

HEDGESVILLE (41)

Ashley 7, Bloomer 4, Leatherman 5, Linn 4, Shippler 3, Williams 7, Windle 11. Totals 14 12-24 41.

OAK HILL (36)

Catala 4, Hopkins 8, Kees 3, Shuemake 14, Coates 4, Richardson 3. Totals 13 8-15 36.

Hedgesville1012109-41

Oak Hill611415-36

Three-point goals - Hedgesville 1 (Shippler), Oak Hill 2 (Kees, Richardson).

St. James 41, Notre Dame 36

ST. JAMES - Kourtney Logan and Jennifer Jenkins each had 14 points to lead St. James over Notre Dame.

Logan also had nine rebounds, while Theresa Pecararo had five steals for the Saints (2-3).

NOTRE DAME (36)

A. Linnebur 4, Moore 5, M. Linnebur 10, Stevenson 1, Forglies 14, Ayer 2. Totals 16 3-5 36.

ST. JAMES (41)

Jenkins 14, Logan 14, Venditta 2, Eyler 1, Stout 2, Pecararo 7, McKeachie 1. Totals 17 7-15 41.

Notre Dame441018-36

St. James178511-41

Three-point goals - Notre Dame 1 (Moore).

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