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Tuesday girls roundup

January 24, 2001

Tuesday girls roundup



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SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. - Tamyra Toth had game-highs of 19 points and 12 rebounds, and Greencastle-Antrim held first-half league champion Shippensburg to just two points in the first quarter on the way to a surprisingly easy 53-31 victory Tuesday night in the Mid Penn Colonial.

"Defensively, we won a ballgame," Greencastle coach Doug Stuart said. "We said all along if we could get healthy, we could play with anybody. Tonight, we played. That's a huge win for us."

Toth missed eight games due to injury, including the Blue Devils' 53-39 loss to the Greyhounds on Dec. 12. Alicia Thompson added 12 points, eight rebounds and five blocks and Jillian Leedy added 10 points and eight rebounds for Greencastle (8-9, 3-0).

GREENCASTLE (53)

Eshelman 4, Mentzer 6, Toth 19, Leedy 10, Thompson 12, Statler 2. Totals 22 9-9 53.

SHIPPENSBURG (31)

Reed 3, Cassidy 3, Gephardt 12xx, Koziar 3, Schroeder 2, Parsons 4, Alexander 4. Totals 11 7-17 31.

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Greencastle1418615-53

Shippensburg29119-31

Three-point goals-Shippensburg 2 (Gephardt 2). Fouled Out-Cassidy, Leedy.

No. 1 Frederick 80 South Carroll 38

FREDERICK, Md. - Ashley Bush had 14 points, 13 rebounds and five assists and Jen Andrews had 10 points and 10 rebounds as Frederick (10-3, 7-0) crushed South Carroll. Krystal Hood added 15 points, six steals and six assists and Nichol Means had 11 points and five assists.

South Carroll (38)

Baier 2, Lowery 16, Mathers 2, Rains 2, Wuenschel 2, McClain 14. Totals 15 6-10 38.

Frederick (80)

Ecker 2, Brown 11, Andrews 10, Hood 15, Thompson 8, Witan 2, King 6, Reidy 2, Means 11, Bush 14. Totals 37 5-13 80.

South Carroll615413-38

Frederick25172414-80

Three-point goals - South Carroll 2 (Lowery 2), Frederick 1 (Brown).

No. 4 SJPH 69, Park 35

FREDERICK, Md. - St. John's wasted no time in starting a new winning streak, gaining a 13-point cushion in the first quarter and crusing home. Kenan Cole had a game high of 20 points and Kim Henry had 18 for the Vikings (15-5). Marta Merkel had 10 points, 10 rebounds, three blocks, and seven steals.

PARK (35)

Amslan 10, Grese 8, Posner 2, Newton 9, Kallmen 2, Love 2, Sharpe 2. Totals 15 5-6 35.

SJPH (69)

Brown 7, Baker 8, Cole 20, Conway 4, Merkel 10, Henry 18, Barkers 2. Totals 31 6-9 69.

Park96810-35

SJPH22151517-69

Three-point goals - SJPH 1 (Brown).

Harrisburg 53 No. 6 Chambersburg 49

HARRISBURG, Pa. - Heather Rife had 18 points and Jen Schmutzler added 16, but the Trojans (11-6, 1-1) were surprised on the road in the Mid Penn Commonwealth.

Chambersburg (49)

Cook 3, Rife 18, Schmutzler 16, Lentz 5, Andrews 1, Felix 2, VanBrakle 4. Totals 17 12-20 49.

Harrisburg (53)

Jackson 13, Parker 2, Baker 14, Hunter 11, Lockhart 9, Winghen 4. Totals 16 19-36 53.

Chambersburg1511716-49

Harrisburg1691216-53

Three-point goals - Chambersburg 3 (Schmutzler 3), Harrisburg 2 (Baker 2).

No. 10 S. Fulton 59, Goretti 48

Kelly True had 19 points and 11 rebounds, while Brooke Francis added 12 and 10 as Southern Fulton outscored St. Maria Goretti 23-8 in the third quarter. Brittany Mallott had five assists for the Indians (12-4).

Lauren Costello led Goretti (9-7) with 14 points and nine rebounds. Brett Stone added 11 points.

SOUTHERN FULTON (59)

Br. Mallott 2, True 19, Appel 8, Francis 12, White 8, Be. Mellott 1, K. Mellott 9. Totals 19 14-18 59.

ST. MARIA GORETTI (48)

Wills 8, Chambers 6, Siirtola 6, Stone 11, Costello 14, C. Martin 3. Totals 18 9-1 48.

S. Fulton9122315-59

Goretti1210816-48

Three-point goals - S. Fulton 6 (True 2, Appel, White 2, K. Mellott), Goretti 3 (Wills 2, C. Martin). Records - Goretti 9-7, S. Fulton 11-3.

Brunswick 45, Boonsboro 42

BRUNSWICK, Md. - Dana Shook led Bruswick with 12 points, five rebounds, and four steals as the Railroaders hung on for the MVAL win. Margaret Clotter had 11 points and Amy Duvall had five rebounds for Brunswick (3-10, 2-8). Liz Smith scored a game-high 14 points for the Warriors (5-8, 2-7).

BOONSBORO (42)

Smith 14, Harris 4, Fulks 6, Amescua 5, Selby 9, Myers 4. Totals 13 16-36 42.

BRUNSWICK (45)

Spence 9, Hemp 4, Clotter 11, Shook 12, Escamilla 5, Duvall 4. Totals 17 9-18 45.

Boonsboro915612-42

Brunswick1841310-45

Three-point goals - Brunswick 2 (Spence, Clotter). Fouled Out-Escamilla, Selby. JV-Brunswick, 42-33.

Broadfording 59, Calvary 57

Vanessa Ruffin's 10th 40-plus point game of the season was just enough for the Lions to pull out a win in the MDCC. Ruffin had 42 points and 15 rebounds and hung on despite having four fouls for the last 12 minutes. B'nai Holt added 19 assists for Broadfording (12-6, 6-1), while Jessica Biddle had five more assists for the Lions.

CALVARY (57)

Appel 21, Caper 2, Dodd 6, Kamauf 4, Wheeler 22, Kennedy 2. Totals 25 4-9 57.

BROADFORDING (59)

Biddle 7, Moore 8, Holt 2, Ruffin 42. Totals 27 3-17 59.

Calvary14141712-57

Broadfording17111813-59

Three-point goals-Calvary 3 (Appel 3); Broadfording 2 (Biddle 2). Fouled out-Dodd.

CVCS 63, Grace 43

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