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Girls Roundup: 2 Lions hit 1,000

January 10, 2001

Girls Roundup: 2 Lions hit 1,000



* BASKETBALL


Vanessa Ruffin and B'Nai Holt both passed 1,000 points for their careers as Broadfording rallied for a 59-51 win Tuesday night over Heritage Academy in the Mason-Dixon Christian Conference.

Ruffin had a game-high 38, while Holt needed only four to break the barrier at Broadfording (8-4, 3-1).

Allison Leasure scored 15 points for Heritage Academy (4-5, 1-2), and Amanda Miles added 12 points, seven rebounds, and six assists.

HERITAGE (51)

Miles 12, Leasure 15, Henson 6, Kidd 14, Lourdon 2, Ennis 2. Totals 24 1-7 51.

BROADFORDING (59)

Biddle 5, Moore 10, Goggin 2, Holt 4, Ruffin 38. Totals 28 2-12 59.

Heritage1781511-51

Broadfording12121718-59

Three-point goals - Heritage 2 (Miles, Leasure), Broadfording 1 (Biddle).

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No. 4 Chambersburg 60 Central Dauphin East 51

COLONIAL PARK, Pa. - Steph VanBrakle had 16 points and Jen Schmutzler had 15 points as the Trojans (10-3, 5-2) fed off a 20-point second quarter to get the win in the Mid Penn Commonwealth.

Chambersburg (60)

Cook 6, Rife 9, Schmutzler 15, Lentz 9, Felix 1, Burnham 4, VanBrakle 16. Totals 19 18-29 60.

Central Dauphin East (51)

Szekeres 17, Thompson 19, Hulstine 8, Hammonds 2, Enck 3, Kernes 2. Totals 20 9-19 51.

Chambersburg10201218-60

CDE14131014-51

Three-point goals - Chambersburg 4 (Lentz 2, Rife, Schmutzler), CDE 2 (Thompson, Enck).

No. 1 Frederick 64 Westminster 45

WESTMINSTER, Md. - The Cadets took control of the Central Maryland Conference race by outscoring the previously undefeated Owls 28-2 in the second quarter.

Ashley Bush had 16 points, 10 rebounds, five steals and four assists for Frederick (6-3, 3-0) while Kristal Hood had 11 points, eight assists and five steals.

FREDERICK (64)

Brown 11, Andrews 7, DeSirant 2, Hood 1, King 3, Reidy 4, Means 10, Bush 16. Totals 29 5-9 64.

WESTMINSTER (45)

Higgs 6, Fajardo 2, Owings 4, Bollinger 7, Krug 3, Cushen 4, Selby 4, Walking 15. Totals 18 4-9 45.

Frederick11281312-64

Westminster162189-45

Three-point goals - Frederick 1 (Brown); Westminster 1 (Krug).

Boonsboro 58, North 43

Liz Smith had a game-high 26 points and 14 rebounds as the Warriors used a decisive second for a win in the MVAL Monday night. Boonsboro (3-5, 1-4) outscored North 39-20 in the final two quarters to erase a four-point lead for the Hubs (0-5, 0-4). Morgan Main added 10 points and 12 assists for Boonsboro. Autumn Parson had 14 points and Ashley Mason had 13 points for North.

BOONSBORO (58)

Smith 26, Daugherty 4, Harris 2, Fulks 8, Main 10, Selby 6, Myers 2. Totals 24 9-28 58.

NORTH HAGERSTOWN (43)

Mason 13, McGhee 9, Hammond 5, Gantt 2, Parson 14. Totals 17 8-21 44.

Boonsboro7122118-58

North1112911-43

Three-point goals-Boonsboro 1 (Daugherty), North 1 (McGhee). Fouled Out-Selby.

Linganore 45, No. 7 TJ 37

FREDERICK, Md. - Linganore got a double-digit lead in the first quarter and kept going from there to knock off the Patriots in the CMC. Liz Hammel had 14 points and Amanda Jones had 10 rebounds for TJ (6-4, 1-2).

LINGANORE (45)

Linahan 4, Davis 2, Schauls 11, Carpenter 11, Burall 12, Bell 2, Tate 3. Totals 15 15-30 45.

THOMAS JOHNSON (37)

Wilson 3, Wasniewski 8, Ginsburg 3, Jones 5, Folmer 4, Hammel 14. Totals 13 7-20 37.

Linganore1910124-45

Thomas Johnson615412-37

Three-point goals-Thomas Johnson 1 (Wasniewski). JV-TJ, 31-30 (TJ: Abra Like, 9 points, 11 rebounds).

S. Fulton 43, Shanksville 36

SHANKSVILLE, Pa. - Brooke Francis had a game-high 13 points as the Indians beat the second-ranked team in District 5 on the road. Kelly True added 11 points for Southern Fulton (9-3).

SOUTHERN FULTON (43)

Br. Mellott 2, True 11x, Appel 2, Francis 13, White 9, Be. Mellott 2, K. Mellott 4. Totals 17 8-15 43.

SHANKSVILLE (36)

Stutsman 11, Hay 4, Faidley 3, Swartzwelder 11, Musser 2, Abramowich 5. Totals 14 6-10 36.

S. Fulton108187-43

Shanksville86148-36

Three-point goals-Southern Fulton 1 (True), Shanksville 2 (Faidley, Swartzwelder). JV-S. Fulton, 26-17 (SF: Nikkia Watson, 8).

MSD 47, Hancock 39

FREDERICK, Md. - Alicia Barnard scored a game high of 19 points, but the Panthers (2-6) lost the lead in the second quarter and never got it back.

HANCOCK (39)

Barnard 19, McCusker 9, Younker 2, Norris 1, Thomas 2, Beaver 3, Bingaman 1, Keefer 2. Totals 16 7-19 39.

MSD (47)

Vongarrel 12, Berriagan 15, Biskupiak 8, Lyles 8, Lohmeyer 4. Totals 19 9-9 47.

Hancock133815-39

MSD8131610-47

Fouled Out-Younker.

E. Penn. 43, Greencastle 39

ENOLA, Pa. - The Blue Devils got back two injured starters, but East Penn went 6-for-6 from the line in the final minute to get the win.

Alicia Thompson had nine points and 10 rebounds and Tam Toth had seven points - all in the fourth quarter - in their return for Greencastle (5-8), but it wasn't enough. Michelle Mentzer added eight steals.

GREENCASTLE (39)

Eshelman 6, Mentzer 8, Wertner 2, Toth 7, Leedy 4, Thompson 9, Stotler 3. Totals 14 11-17 39.

EAST PENNSBORO (43)

Dierich 4, Devinney 9, Wells 8, Shuler 10, Genetti 8, Dallmeyer 4. Totals 15 11-12 43.

Greencastle87915-39

E. Pennsboro1411612-43

Three-point goals-East Pennsboro 2 (Wells 2).

* SWIMMING


JB 91, Trinity 90

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Carrie Lum, Ann Heckman and Tara Keeferwent 1-2-3 in the 200-yard freestyle, while the 200 freestyle relay team of Nicole Heckman, Ashley Fisher, Ann Heckman and Lum took first with a 1:52.90.

Jefferson 72, Brunswick 32; Linganore 69, Jefferson 41

WALKERSVILLE, Md. - Whitney Blume of Jefferson won the 200 freestyle in 2:31.25.

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