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Roundup: Knights rally past FSK

January 11, 2001

Roundup: Knights rally past FSK



* BASKETBALL


UNION BRIDGE, Md. - No. 5 Middletown used Kim Waeber's 14 steals and 11 of 13 foul shooting in the fourth quarter to come back from a five-point halftime deficit to top Francis Scott Key 46-38 in a Monocacy Valley Athletic League game on Wednesday.

The Knights (9-1, 6-0) scored only three points in the second quarter to fall behind 21-16 at the intermission and trailed 30-29 heading into the fourth quarter.

Waeber helped Middletown get back in the game by tipping passes and starting fastbreaks. Still the Knights only scored three baskets in the final eight minutes, using the foul shooting to win the game.

Waeber scored 12 points and had seven rebounds and Katie Moore scored all six of her points in the fourth quarter.

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MIDDLETOWN (46)

House 6, Shafer 3, Mannis 5, Waeber 12, Halse 7, Warner 2, Moore 6, Costello 5. Totals 15 14-17 46.

FRANCIS SCOTT KEY (38)

Carter 10, Storey 1, Davis 3, Deslatte 2, North 8, Stambaugh 14. Totals 16 5-18 38.

Middletown1331317-46

Francis Scott Key111098-38

Three-point baskets - Middletown 2 (Shaffer, Waeber), FSK 1 (Carter). JV - Middletown, 57-37 (M: Jill Martin 16, Jessica Metzner 15).

Central Dauphin 78, No. 4 Chambersburg 48

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Jennifer Harris had 25 points and Leandra Fuller had 22 to lead Central Dauphin over Chambersburg.

Steph VanBrakle had 13 points to lead the Trojans (9-4).

CENTRAL DAUPHIN (78)

Archibald 2, Fuller 22, Henderson 5, Neideg 15, Chandtler 2, Bakowice 4, Welborn 3, Harris 25. Totals 29 13-15 78.

CHAMBERSBURG (48)

Cook 6, Rife 12, Schmutzler 3, Lentz 2, Andrews 2, Felix 8, Burnham 2, VanBrakle 13. Totals 18 10-19 48.

Central Dauphin24161325-78

Chambersburg1110198-48

Three-point goals - Central Dauphin 7 (Neideg 3, Harris 3, Welborn), Chambersburg 2 (Cook, Schmutzler).

Frankfort 78, Berkeley Springs 22

RIDGELEY, W.Va. - Frankfort outscored visiting Berkeley Springs 27-2 in the first period on its way to an easy win over the Indians.

Stacy Mielecki had 19 points, while Hope McGregor had 11 points and eight rebounds for Frankfort (7-1).

Berkeley Springs dropped to 2-9.

BERKELEY SPRINGS (22)

Fox 3, Close 1, Bracken 6, Sirbaugh 4, Sherpf 2, Stewart 4, Burgan 2. Totals 6 10-21 22.

FRANKFORT (78)

Mielecki 19, Frankland 8, Hartman 6, Cessna 16, Brady 1, McGregor 11, Falls 7, Lopez 2, Small 8. Totals 32 9-20 78.

Berk. Springs2569-22

Frankfort27171420-78

Three-point goals - Frankfort 5 (Mielecki, Cessna 4).

North 49, Brunswick 43

BRUNSWICK, Md. - Autumn Parson led three players in double figures as the Hubs picked up their first win of the season in the MVAL.

Parson had 16 points and 13 rebounds for the Hubs (1-5, 1-5). Amanda McGhee had 12 points, six assists and four steals, while Ashley Mason had 11 points.

Kacie Escamilla had 11 points and 12 rebounds for Brunswick (2-7, 1-5), while Dana Shook had eight rebounds, four assists and four steals.

NORTH HAGERSTOWN (49)

Mason 11, McGhee 12, Hammond 4, Gantt 9, Parson 13. Totals 18 16-30 49.

BRUNSWICK (43)

Buhi 3, A. Hemp 7, Patnode 6, Clotter 4, Shook 8, Escamilla 11, Duvall 4. Totals 16 11-19 43.

North1051321-49

Brunswick615814-43

Three-point goals-North 3 (Gantt 3). Technical-North coach Mency.

* SWIMMING


Goretti 53, Hedgesville 41

Erin Ryan and Becca Satorius each won four times and Jenny Tolbert won three for St. Maria Goretti.

Ryan won individual medals in the 200-meter freestyle (2:34.08) and the 100 backstroke (1:17.82). Becca Satorius won the 200 intermediate medley (2:50.35) and the 100 butterfly (1:18.12).

Ryan, Satorius, Tolbert and Meghan Kotlanger won the 200 medley relay in 2:17.80. Ryan, Tolbert, Janet McCullough and Ashley Haywood won the 200 freestyle relay in 2:07.91. Satorius, Haywood, Kailyn Cripe and Corrinne Brong won the 400 freestyle relay in 5:02.60.

Cripe won the 500 freestyle in 8:05.62. Tolbert won the 50 freestyle in 30.58.

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