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Local roundup - North boys overwhelm Catoctin

December 19, 2000

Local roundup - North boys overwhelm Catoctin



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CLEAR SPRING - Tavis Green had 26 points and 11 rebounds Monday to carry North Hagerstown (5-1) to a 71-42 victory over Clear Spring.

Josh Keyton led Clear Spring (0-4) with 14 points.

NORTH (71)

Hess 2, Rodgers 5, Naylor 7, Taylor 5, Barry 5, Carry 6, Medley 7, Green 26, Watters 2, Salvagno 2, McConnaughey 4. Totals 28 13-20 71.

CLEAR SPRING (42)

Everetts 2, Haupt 6, Michael 6, Keyton 14, Snebly 4, Grove 1, Worthington 7, Beard 2. Totals 15 8-11 42.

Three-point goals - North 2 (Taylor, Barry), Clear Spring 4 (Keyton 4).

North Hagerstown19221218-71

Clear Spring415185-42

JV - North (56), Clear Spring (47).

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Thomas Johnson 96, Liberty 59

FREDERICK, Md. - Jermaine Thomas led Thomas Johnson with 22 points to pace the Patriots past Liberty.

Thomas also had eight assists, nine rebounds and seven steals.

Joe Higbee added 16 points and Kevin Rinehart added 14 points for TJ (4-0).

THOMAS JOHNSON (96)

Rinehart 14, Williams 6, Foley 4, Garner 2, Thomas 22, Snowden 6, Higbee 16, Wilhelm 6, Wingerd 3, Wells 13, Love 4. Totals 35 20-31 96.

LIBERTY (59)

Miller 18, Smith 6, Ruch 24, Falcone 6, Haines 2, McGee 1, Elkins 2. Totals 24 9-20 59.

Thomas Johnson28302159-96

Liberty1591025-59

Three-point goals - T.J. 6 (Rinehart 3, Thomas 2, Wingerd), Liberty 2 (Miller 2).

JV - T.J. (67), Liberty (37)

Smithsburg 61, FSK 54

UNION BRIDGE, Md. - Shane Anderson scored 18 points and Danny Young followed with 16 to lead Smithsburg (3-2, 2-2) to a Monocacy Valley Athletic League victory over Francis Scott Key.

Chris Bassler had a game-high of 26 points to lead Francis Scott Key while Kody Jenkins, added 14.

FSK (61)

B McDaniel 6, J McDaniel 4, Fletcher 4, Jenkins 14, Bassler 26. Totals 21 11-26-54.

SMITHSBURG (61)

Anderson 18, Brown 4, Bey 7, Jones 8, Swope 4, Young 16, Talbert 2, Redick 2. Totals 19 19-29 61.

Three-point goals - FSK 1 (J. McDaniel), Smithsburg 4 (Anderson 4).

Foul-outs - Fletcher (FSK).

Francis Scott Key 8161020-54

Smithsburg 15121915-61

JV - FSK (57), Smithsburg (45).

Berkley Springs 83, East Hardy 72

BERKLEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - Mark Rockwell led Berkeley Springs with a game-high 22 points to give the Indians their first win of the season.

East Hardy's John Funkhouser also scored 22 points.

BERKLEY SPRINGS (83)

Umps 20, Rockwell 22, Bosley 8, Potter 1, Mason 8, Paine 8, Burch 14, Stotler 2. Totals 34 9-18 83.

EAST HARDY (72)

Funkhouser 22, Combs 14, Holiday 6, Foltz 2, Dove 4, Ruddolph 2, Sheets 1, Kessler 8, Hackett 2, Levenson 11. Totals 21 18-35 72.

Three-point goals - Berkley Springs 2 (Umps 2), East Hardy 4 (Funkhouser 3, Combs 1).

Berkley Springs23212019-83

East Hardy18181323-72

JV - Berkley Springs (53), East Hardy (72).

McConnellsburg 61, Everett 74

McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - Steve Weller had 18 points to lead McConnelsburg.

.Josh Starit had 14 points and Mike Hill had 12 for the Spartans (2-4).

EVERETT (74)

Graham 15, Layton 22, Miller 2, Scalia 2, Clark 10, Monse 3, Swartxwilder 11, Bolyard 9. Totals 25 18-24 74.

McCONNELLSBURG (61)

Pollick 10, Weller 18, Hill 12, Starit 14, Gustaf 4, Washabaugh 3. Totals 23 14-15 61.

McConnellsburg18131614-61

Everett20201222-74

Three-point goals - McConnellsburg 1(Pollick), Everett 6 (Graham 1, Layton 2, Swartzwilder 3). Foul out - McConnellsburg (Weller).

Brunswick 61, Boonsboro 59

BRUNSWICK, Md. - Kevin Goode hit a jump shot at the final buzzer to lift Brunswick to a victory over Boonsboro.

Larry Brown and Goode each scored 11 points for the Railroaders (2-2). Brown added four assists and three steals.

Wes Shafer led the Railroaders' defense with seven rebounds and had 10 points.

Adam Miller led the Warriors with a game-high 14 points.

BRUNSWICK (61)

Sklencar 3, Lastner 2, Toms 7, Smith 6, Brown 11, Foreman 1, Morrison 1, Thompson 3, Goode 11, Wallick 6, Shafer 10. Totals 22 15-21 61.

BOONSBORO (59)

Schultheif 1, Himes 4, Miller 14, Hanes 9, Weddle 2, Kaetzel 4, Malott 19, Kellinger 2, Bigelow 4. Totals 18 21-26 59.

Brunswick14122014-61

Boonsboro17161313-59

Three-point goals - Boonsboro 2(Himes, Malott), Brunswick 2(Toms, Sklencar). Records - Boonsboro 2-3, Brunswick 2-2.

Hancock 56, Hyndman 45

HANCOCK - Danny Keefer had a game-high 20 points, including two 3-pointers, and five steals to lead Hancock (2-0, 1-0) to a win.

Chris Wills had 10 steals, six assists and 11 points while Bandon Fling had 10 rebounds and 15 point for Hancock.

Steve Ritchie had 12 points for Hyndman (0-6, 0-1).

HANCOCK (56)

Keeefer 20, J. Will 4, Pittman 5, C. Wills 11, Hoffman 1, Fling 15. Totals 23 6-16 56.

HYNDMAN (45)

Walls 13, Z. Ritchie 2, S. Ritchie 12. Diehl 8, Gardelle 9, Corley 1. Totals 17 7-12 45.

Hancock1871417-56

Hyndman10141011-45

Three-point goals - Hancock 4(Keefer 2, Pittman 1, C. Wills 1), Hyndman 4(Walls, S. Ritchie, Deihl 2). Fouled outs - Hyndman 2(Gardell, Deihl). Records - Hancock 2-0,1-0; Hyndman 0-6, 0-1.

Broadfording 73, Rosedale 22

WINCHESTER, Va. - Sean Moore led three scorers in double figures with 19 points to lead Broadfording Christian Academy to a win over Rosedale Christian.

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