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Roundup: Trojans stay on course

January 10, 2001

Roundup: Trojans stay on course



* BASKETBALL


CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Nate Holmes scored 18 points to lead No. 1 Chambersburg to a convincing 69-57 win over Central Dauphin East in the Mid Penn Commonwealth Tuesday night.

Nate Wingerd had 13 points and seven rebounds, and David Rice added 10 points for the Trojans (10-2, 5-2).

CENTRAL DAUPHIN EAST (57)

Spraglin 8, Robertson 5, Williams 6, Straining 4, Kerns 2, Bowser 19, Keane 13. Totals 21 12-21 57.

CHAMBERSBURG (69)

Fisher 6, Spoonhour 2, Zoeller 6, Wingerd 13, Holmes 18, Rice 10, Ridele 4, Schoenberg 2, Clark 8. Totals 26 13-17 69

CDE16121217-57

Chambersburg18191616-69

Three-point goals-CDE 3 (Spraglin 2, Robertson), Chambersburg 4 (Rice 2, Wingerd, Holmes).

No. 4 Goretti 69, Jefferson 39

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. - Matt Tanner had 18 points and 16 rebounds as the Gaels blew away the Cougars in the second half the road. Matt Spierenburg had 14 points, and six blocks and Derrick Davis had four assists for Goretti (10-3). Kevin Jackson scored 11 points for Jefferon (2-3).

GORETTI (69)

Gibson 18, Tanner 18, Carter 8, Davis 7, Spierenburg 14, Herman 2, Adenhart 2. Totals 27 14-22 69.

JEFFERSON (39)

Hosby 6, Togans 2, McDowell 2, Reno 6, Jackson 11, Shanton 6, McLaughlin 6. Totals 15 8-13 39.

Goretti18132216-69

Jefferson1310610-39

Three-point goals - Goretti 1 (Gibson), Jefferson 1 (Jackson).

No. 2 TJ 63, Linganore 51

NEW MARKET, Md. - Rashad Wells had 16 points and 17 rebounds as the Patriots needed a second-half comeback to stay perfect in the CMC. Jermaine Thomas had a game-high 27 points and Johnny Foley scored 10 points for TJ (6-2, 3-0).

THOMAS JOHNSON (63)

Williams 3, Foley 10, Thomas 27, Higbee 4, Wingerd 3, Wells 16. Totals 23 16-20 63.

LINGANORE (51)

Je. Alexander 8, Jo. Alexander 12, Velisso 8, Jackson 2, Trammell 17, Gibbs 4. Totals 17 14-15 51.

Thomas Johnson1742319-63

Linganore13101711-51

Three-point goals-TJ 1 (Wingerd), Linganore 3 (Jo. Alexander 2, Trammell). Fouled Out-Wingerd, Higbee.

No. 8 Southern Fulton 49 Shankville 35

WARFORDSBURG, Pa. - Marshall Mills had 12 points and 14 rebounds as the Indians used a huge third quarter to pull away for the victory. Andrew Hendershot added six points and 12 rebounds for Southern Fulton (9-2).

SHANKSVILLE (35)

Musser 6, M. Lambert 11, Devore 10, A. Lambert 4, Fair 4. Totals 4 7-15 35.

SOUTHERN FULTON (49)

Wills 11, Meyer 8, Hendershot 6, Mills 12, Whiteside 6, Keebaugh 2, Bernhard 4. Totals 21 7-1 49.

Shankville81278-35

S. Fulton4152010-49

East Pennsboro 73 Greencastle 69

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Greencastle hit 10 3-pointers in the game and rallied in the fourth quarter to send the game into extra time, but couldn't get a victory at home.

Alex Denkovich led the Blue Devils (4-8) with 18 points, while Eric Ile had 14.

EAST PENNSBORO (73)

Serignol 4. Bri. Schreiver 22, Ranson 15, Bra. Schreiver 24, Nissel 8. Totals 25 20-37 37.

GREENCASTLE (69)

Ile 14, Denkovich 18, Drake 3, Hoffman 5, Barnes 1, Strait 7, Bode 2, Fitz 9. Totals 25 8-12 69.

E. Penn1321101478-73

G'Castle2011101774-69

Three-point goals - E. Pennsboro 3 (Bri. Schreiver 2, Nissel); Greencastle 10 (Ile 4, Denkovich 4, Drake, Hoffman, Strait).

Mechanicsburg 56 Waynesboro 53

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Ryan Devilin had 18 points, but the Indians continued a season full of close losses against the Bulldogs. Adam Caron had 14 points and Seth Scott added 11 for Waynesboro (3-10).

MECHANICSBURG (56)

Cline 7, Busheui 17, Miceli 7, Rowe 4, Vassey 3, Kosyk 2, Veres 16. Totals 22 8-15 56.

WAYNESBORO (53)

Carter 6, McLaughlin 2, Caron 14, Devlin 18, Lyon-Loftus 2, Scott 11. Totals 21 9-17 53.

Mechanicsburg19101215-56

Waynesboro19101113-53

Three-point goals - Mechanicsburg 4 (Cline, Busheui, Vassey, Veres), Waynesboro 2 (Caron 2).

Heritage 52, Broadfording 45

Nathaniel Hirsch had scored from 16 points for Broadfording (6-5). Daniel Bieber added 11 points for the team.

Jonathan Britton had 16 points and 11 rebounds as the Eagles held on late to stay perfect in the MDCC. Drew Kidd and Ryan Marquiss had 10 points each for Heritage (8-1, 3-0). Nathaniel Hirsch had 16 points and Daniel Bieber added 11 for Broadfording (6-5, 2-2).

BROADFORDING (45)

Paige 8, Hirsch 16, Bieber 11, Wright 5, blair 3, Hartman 2. Totals 15 11-15 45.

HERITAGE (52)

Britton 16, Kidd 10, M. Shatzer 6, Marquiss 10, K. Shatzer 8, Routzahn 2. Totals 18 15-28 52.

Broadfording9111411-45

Heritage1491415-52

Three-point goals- Broadfording 4 (Bieber 3, Blair), Heritage 1 (M. Shatzer). Fouled Out-Blair.

No. 3 Mercersburg 71, Kiski 38

(from Sunday)

MERCERSBURG (71)

McGee 9, Kinsey 17, Flanagan 2, Hughes 12, Balaban 12, Campos 10, Hollenshead 6, blackburn 3. Totals 24 16-23 71.

KISKI SCHOOL (38)

Stock 7, Borowitz 8, Abdullah 11, Eaton 10, Kilapija 2. Totlas 13 5-14 38.

Mercersburg16221518-71

Kiski88157-38

Three-point goals-Mercersburg 7 (McGee, Kinsey, Hughes, Campos 2, Hollenshead 2), Kiski 7 (Stock, Borowitz 2, Abdullah 2, Eaton 2).

* SWIMMING


JB 104, Trinity 54

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - James Buchanan finished first in nine of 11 events to cruise to a victory. David Matthews took four first places: 100-yard butterfly, 100 backstroke and spots in the 200 and 400 freestyle relays. Paul Zeger also had three first place finishes for JB.

Jefferson 58, Linganore 52; Jefferson 69, Brunswick 39

WALKERSVILLE, Md. - Lewis Strube took first in the 50 (24.56) and 100 (55.35) freestyle for Jefferson.

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