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No. 4 Trojans rally, roll

January 08, 2001

Roundup: No. 4 Trojans rally, roll



CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Heather Rife put in 16 of her game-high 21 points in the second half as the No. 4 Trojans rallied from down 12 after one quarter to pull away for a convincing 56-34 victory over Susquehanna Township on Saturday.

"I don't know (what happened) ... I didn't say much of anything," Chambersburg coach Ken Stepler said.

Rife also had four assists and four steals and Sara Cook had 12 points for Chambersburg (8-3). Steph VanBrakle added 10 rebounds.

SUSQUEHANNA TWP. (34)

Gilbert 2, Pringle 13, Irvin 3, Brown 4, Rhodes 2, Cox 6, Hoffman 2, Bair 2. Totals 14 4-6 34.

CHAMBERSBURG (56)

Cook 12, Rife 21, Schmutzler 8, Andrews 6, Felix 5, VanBrakle 4. Totals 22 12-17 56.

Susquehanna17728-34

Chambersburg5161619-56

Three-point goals-Susquehanna Twp. 2 (Irvin, Cox).

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No. 6 JB 50, Big Spring 35

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Leah Price had a game-high 13 points and eight rebounds as the Rockets jumped out to a big first quarter and picked up a win in the Mid Penn Colonial.

Ellen Poe added four assists and three steals and Lori Stauder had 10 points for the Rockets (7-4, 5-1), who capped the game with a steal and 3-pointer at the buzzer by Amanda Stoner.

BIG SPRING (35)

Peffer 12, Deihl 11, Hench 3, Chamberlain 9. Totals 13 6-14 35.

JAMES BUCHANAN (50)

Price 13, Poe 8, Myers 8, A. Stoner 3, Angle 5, Stauder 10, Lehman 1, Porter 2. Totals 24 7-8 50.

Big Spring312119-35

JB12101315-50

Three-point goals-Big Spring 3 (Peffer 2, Deihl), JB 3 (Price 2, A. Stoner). JV-JB, 34-18 (J: Kara Lehman, 12).

No. 2 Martinsburg 58, University 49

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - Erika Pittsnogle had 18 points, including an 11-for-18 day from the free-throw line, as the Bulldogs (5-3) made an early lead stand up for a road victory.

Maggie Robinson and LaSha Anderson scored 14 points each for Martinsburg, which pounded it inside and shot 37 free throws in the game.

MARTINSBURG (58)

M. Robinson 14, Pittsnogle 18, Askin 4, Anderson 14, Murray 5, Williams 2. Totals 18 22-37 58.

UNIVERSITY (49)

Ferguson 12, Frum 8, Merriman 6, Stover 13, Nagee 2, Solwell 4, Parker 4. Totals 21 6-10 49.

Martinsburg11151610-58

University4101322-49

Three-point goals-University 1 (Ferguson).

No. 8 Smithsburg 66, Walkersville 41

SMITHSBURG - Eariel Gholson had a game-high 19 points while Katy Powell added 11 points and six rebounds to lead the Leopards.

Erika Cross had 14 points, eight rebounds and four assists for Walkersville.

WALKERSVILLE (41)

Renner 8, Trout 2, Harrison 4, Foster 4, Merkel 9, Cross 14. Totals 15 10-12 4.

SMITHSBURG (66)

Higgins 9, Mackey 2, Stouffer 3, Powell 11, Whitt 9, M. Church 3, Feiser 6, Gardenhour 4, Gholson 19. Totals 28 4-8 66.

Walkersville613148-41

Smithsburg17181516-66

Three-point goals - Walkersville 1 (Renner), Smithsburg 5 (Stouffer, Powell, M. Church, Gholson 2).

Goretti 63, Hancock 39

Lauren Costello had a game-high 22 points, 15 rebounds and nine blocks to lead the Gaels (6-4) to a win.

Brett Stone added 20 points for Goretti. Alicia Barnard had 14 points to lead Hancock (2-5). Lauren Younker added eight rebounds.

HANCOCK (39)

Barnard 14, McCusker 10, Younker 7, Norris 6, Bingaman 2. Totals 15 6-8 39.

ST. MARIA GORETTI (63)

Wills 5, Chambers 8, Shinham 6, Stone 20, Costello 22, C. Martin 2. Totals 28 6-8 63.

Hancock71499-39

Goretti21151512-63

Three-point goals-Hancock 3 (Barnard 2, McCusker), Goretti 1 (Wills).

Chen Christian 58, Grace 44

WASHINGTON - Bridget Thorton had a game high of 19 points for Chen at the Washington Bible College Tournament in a victory over Grace Academy.

Lauren Durbin scored 12 points for Grace (2-3). while Stephanie Anthony scored 11 points. Durbin, Anthony and Susanna Hill had nine rebounds each.

CHEN CHRISTIAN (58)

Fells 4, V. Happel 4, Hanrahan 4, Newgent 4, S. Happel 13, Lyon 4, Thorton 19, Holehouser2. Totals 22 99-23 58.

GRACE ACADEMY (44)

Terrow 2, Basor 2, Hill 4, Anthony 11, Durbin 12, Kedall 8. Totals 12 12-27 44.

Chen Christian1716916-58

Grace Academy10111211-44

Fouled out - V. Happel, Durbin.

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