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Local Roundup - Blues Devils defeat Bermudian Springs

January 05, 2001

Local Roundup - Blues Devils defeat Bermudian Springs



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GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Alex Denkovich and Gavin Strait each scored 11 points to lead Greencastle-Antrim (5-7) over Bermudian Springs 51-38 on Thursday.

Jeremy Barnes had seven assists and Matt Crider had six rebounds for the Blue Devils.

BERMUDIAN SPRINGS (38)

Hermanson 2, Griffey 7, Green 2, Roomsburg 8, Borda 10, Miller 9. Totals 12 12-18 38.

GREENCASTLE (51)

Ile 8, Denkovich 11, Drake 4, Hoffman 3, Barnes 4, Chlebowski 2, Strait 11, Bode 4, Fitz 4. Totals 22 5-10 51.

Bermudian Springs81398-38

Greencastle1113207-51

Three-point goals - Bermudian Springs 2 (Roomsburg 2), Greencastle 2 (Denkovich, Strait). JV - Greencastle, 48-38.

Highland View 51, CVCS 44

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Will Iverson had 12 points and nine rebounds to lead Highland View (2-6) to victory over Cumberland Valley.

Sean Edwards and and Grant Benson added 11 points each, Julio Prado had 10 points and Matt Johnson grabbed nine rebounds for the Tartans.

HIGHLAND VIEW (51)

Edwards 11, Prado 10, Iverson 12, Johnson 3, Benson 11, Wise 2, Bucklew 2. Totals 20 11-21 51.

CVCS (44)

Dawson 6, Johns 8, Kellogg 16, Liddick 7, Leenscra 5, Egolf 2. Totals 12 17-28 44.

Highland View11181012-51

Cumberland Valley910817-44

Three-point goals - Cumberland Valley 1 (Kellogg).

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St. John's-PH 58 Baltimore Lutheran 32

TOWSON, Md. - Kenan Cole had 18 points, 11 rebounds, five steals and four assists to lead No. 2 St. John's at Prospect Hall (9-4) to an easy victory over Baltimore Lutheran.

Marta Merkel had nine points and five steals and Kim Henry had 11 points for SJPH.

ST. JOHN'S-PH (58)

Brown 5, Baker 8, Cole 18, Bonneville 5, Merkel 9, Rakich 2, Henry 11. Totals 23 10-20 58.

BALTIMORE LUTHERAN (32)

Gast 2, Hartman 1, Taylor 6, Paules 7, Shackelford 2, Vowels 3, Hughes 5, Capel 6. Totals 13 6-9 32.

St. John's1817914-58

Baltimore Lutheran71195-32

Three-point goals - St. John's 2 (Brown, Henry), Baltimore Lutheran 2 (Paules, Vowels).

Forbes Road 42 McConnellsburg 24

McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - Carri McGowan scored 14 points to lead Forbes Road (5-4) to victory. Molly Schooley scored nine points for McConnellsburg (1-8).

FORBES ROAD (42)

Chilcoat 5, Hyde 9, Zeger 4, Cutchall 10, McGowan 14. Totals 18 6-12 42.

MCCONNELLSBURG (24)

Paruch 5, Schooley 9, Everetts 4, MacDonald 4, Anthony 2. Totals 10 1-1 24.

Forbes Road109914-42

McConnellsburg90510-24

Three-point goals - Forbes Road 4 (Cutchall 3, Hyde), McConnellsburg 3 (Schooley 3).

S. Fulton 95, Fannett-Metal 29

FANNETTSBURG, Pa. - Jodi Appel scored 16 points to pace six Indians in double figures and lead Southern Fulton (6-3) in a rout of Fannett-Metal.

SOUTHERN FULTON (95)

Brittany Mellott 12, True 14, Appel 16, Francis 13, White 12, Bethany Mellott 10, Watson 8, Spade 4, K. Mellott 4, Liggett 2. Totals 39 12-14 95.

FANNETT-METAL (29)

Robinson 2, Baker 2, Varner 3, Hammond 3, McGee 5, Ficks 4, Rock 6, Grabill 4. Totals 11 6-9 29.

Southern Fulton30292214-95

Fannett-Metal71543-29

Three-point goals - Southern Fulton 5 (Brittany Mellott 2, Appel 3), Fannett-Metal 1 (McGee).

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Williamsport 32, North Hagerstown 12: Katie Sauflui had 12 points and Whitney Melott and Kristen Weir had 10 points to lead Williamsport. Christina Leebrand had six points for North.

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Glenelg 46, Middletown 15

at Middletown, Md.

105 - Bandzio (G) by forfeit; 114 - Marshall (G) p. Johnson, 2:51; 121 - Adams (G) d. Beutler, 11-7; 127 - Ressler (G) d. Pope, 9-3; 132 - Taylor (G) p. O'Keefe, 1:47; 137 - Hufnagel (G) d. Schlepp, 16-2; 142 - Keller (M) d. MacDonald, 7-4; 147 - Tipaldos (M) p. Logan, 1:23; 154 - Nickolas (M) d. Barnwoski, 4-2; 162 - Blair (M) d. Weiss, 7-2; 173 - Johnstone (G) p. MCClaion, 5:09; 191 - McQuirter (G) p. Staub, 5:18; 277 - Lahayne (G) p. Hassell, 1:22.

Note: Middletown falls to 6-2-1.

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Mount 96, Robert Morris 64

EMMITSBURG, Md. - Senior Kia Williams scored 25 points - 14 in the first half - as Mount St. Mary's broke out to a 58-15 halftime lead and easily defeated Robert Morris.

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