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Local Roundup - No. 4 Knights down No. 9 'Cats

January 13, 2001

Local Roundup - No. 4 Knights down No. 9 'Cats



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MIDDLETOWN, Md. - Danielle Costello had 24 points and eight rebounds as Middletown defeated Williamsport 50-31 in a Monocacy Valley Athletic League matchup on Friday.

Abbie Warner had eight points and nine rebounds, while Jenna House had seven assists and four steals for Middletown (10-1).

WILLIAMSPORT (31)

Miller 2, Smiles 2, Taylor 9, Sullivan 2, Puleri 3, Sanders 1, Rose 3, Weimer 9. Totals 8 14-29 31.

MIDDLETOWN (50)

Waeber 10, Harshman 2, House 4, Warner 8, Moore 2, Costello 24. Totals 23 4-8 50.

Willamsport66811-61

Middletown1210208-50

Three point goals - Willamsport 1 (Weimer). JV - Middletown, 61-15 (M: Jessica Metzner 16).

Boonsboro 52, South 33

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Liz Smith had 25 points, 11 rebounds and five steals, Mandy Myers had 11 points and seven rebounds and Morgan Main had four points and eight assists for Boonsboro (4-5, 2-4).

BOONSBORO (52)

Smith 25, Harris 5, Fulks 5, Leggett 2, Main 4, Myers 11. Totals 17 18-29 52.

SOUTH (33)

Jamison 2, Mullican 2, Cartwright 5, Beard 4, Starr 5, Shelley 2, Price 5, Nelson 4, Renner 4. Totals 15 3-12 33.

Boonsboro1114720-52

South77109-33

Walkersville 58, Brunswick 42

BRUNSWICK, Md. - Chelsea Trout had a game-high 13 points for Walkersville (6-5) and added five steals. Erica Cross scored 12 points and had 8 rebounds. Koffi Harrison had 10 points and 14 rebounds. Heather Renner had 10 assists.

Kacie Duvall had nine rebounds, Casey Escamilla had eight points and nine rebounds and Margaret Clotter had had six points, four steals and four assists to lead Brunswick (2-8, 1-6).

WALKERSVILLE (58)

Renner 6, Muller 4, Trout 13, Harrison 10, Foster 2, Merkel 4, Schultz 7, Cross 12. Totals 23 9-20 58.

BRUNSWICK (42)

Spence 10, A. Hemp 2, Patnode 2, Clotter 6, Shook 6, T. Hemp 8, Escamilla 8. Totals 17 7-13 42.

Walkersville1122187-58

Brunswick961017-42

Three point goals - Walkersville 3 (Schultz, Trout, Renner); Brunswick 1 (Spence).

No. 1 Frederick 62, Urbana 47

IJAMSVILLE, Md. - Ashley Bush had 20 points and 17 rebounds as the Cadets put four players in double figures and strengthened their hold on the lead in the CMC. Jen Andrews had 14 points, Sydney King had 11 and Maria Brown added 10 for Frederick (7-3, 4-0).

FREDERICK (62)

Brown 10, Andrews 14, Hood 5, Witan 1, King 11, Reidy 8, Bush 20. Totals 21 18-31 62.

URBANA (47)

Armentrout 13, Vistica 5, Orelli 2, Bennett 1, Sadtler 5, Mills 3, A. White 10, Kinney 8. Totals 16 14-25 47.

Frederick24101513-62

Urbana129818-47

Three-point goals-Frederick 2 (Bush, Reidy), Urbana 2 (Kinney).

No. 8 TJ 62, Liberty 51

FREDERICK, MD. - Liz Hammel had a game-high 17 points for Thomas Johnson (7-2). She also had nine steals. Sandy Wasniewski added 11 points, Amanda Jones had 10 rebounds and six blocks and Leslie Follmer had eight rebounds.

Becky Trumbo led Liberty with 15 points.

THOMAS JOHNSON (62)

Wilson 2, Feather 7, Wasniewski 11, Burley 7, Gibbons 4, Jones 4, Follmer 4, Hammel 17, Nara 6. Totals 22 18-27 62.

LIBERTY (51)

Ackerman 2, Trumbo 15, Navbavim 3, Cavy 4, Firzani 5, Smith 13. Brophy 2, Stienacher 7. Totals 19 11-21 51.

Thomas Johnson8152217-62

Liberty13151211-51

Three-point goals - Liberty 2 (Trombo, Navbavim).

Fouled out - Wilson, Brophy (Liberty).

Gettysburg 56, No. 5 Chambersburg 27

GETTYSBURG, Pa. - The Trojans (9-5) got 19 points from Jenny Schmutzler, but were overwhelmed in an anticipated rematch with the Warriors, who beat Chambersburg by one point earlier in the season.

CHAMBERSBURG (27)

Cook 2, Rife 8, Schmutzler 19, Hoover 1, Felix 5, Andrews 2. Totals 8 9-19 27.

GETTYSBURG (56)

Nora 6, Thomas 2, Kessler 21, Kunker 9, Renona 8, Kelley 2, Aurand 3, Reed 5. Totals 19 16-25 56.

Cham'burg6579-27

Gettysburg13101122-56

Three-point goals-Chambersburg 2 (Schmutzler 2), Gettysburg 2 (Kessler 2).

No. 3 SJPH 46, Severn 38

SEVERN, Md. - Kenan Cole had game-highs of 27 points and 15 rebounds as the Vikings survived some blown layups and a couple of injuries for a win on the road. Steph Rakich added seven points and six assists for St. John's-Prospect Hall (11-4).

SJPH (46)

Brown 2, Cole 27, Merkel 2, Rakich 7, Henry 8. Totals 19 7-16 46.

SEVERN (38)

Fitzgerald 10, Fields 7, Wooten 3, Grataix 5, Pailthorpe 9, Battle 4. Totals 14 9-15 38.

SJPH1217710-46

Severn109109-38

Three-point goals-SJPH 1 (Cole), Severn 1 (Fitzgerald).

Musselman 48, East Hardy 41

INWOOD, W.Va. - Musselman broke a 35-35 tie at the end of the third quarter to turn back East Hardy.

Ally Benton had nine points and 10 rebounds, Angela Orsini had 14 points and 10 rebounds while Nina Sprinkle added five points and five assists for the Applemen.

EAST HARDY (41)

Thorpe 3, Brill 6, Sanders 18, A. Hahn 4, Fansler 3, K. Hahn 3, Sherman 4. Totals 14 12-17 41.

MUSSELMAN (48)

Sprinkle 5, Wright 18, Kennard 2, Benton 9, Orsini 14, Butts 2. Totals 21 6-11 48.

E. Hardy1212107-41

Musselman7131513-48

Three point goals - East Hardy 1 (K. Hahn); Musselman 2 (Sprinkle, Wright). JV - Musselman, 41-24 (M: April Kees 15; EH: Keri Smith 7).

Heritage 49, Grace 38

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