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Local roundup - HCC men rout Southern Maryland

January 30, 2001

Local roundup - HCC men rout Southern Maryland



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WALDORF, Md. - Hagerstown Community College used a 14-2 run in the first three minutes of the second half to turn a 24-point halftime lead into a run-and-gun laugher and a 127-93 victory over the College of Southern Maryland on Monday in a Maryland JuCo Conference game.

HCC's quartet of big men - Mark Jennings, Jerome Goodman, Girbront Gaddy and Derek Hoffman - combined for 54 points to pace the victory. Brandon DeShields led with 22 pooints as seven Hawks' players reached double figures.

Corey Tabron and Eric Branham ignited the run for HCC (19-4). Tabron finished with 14 points with eigh rebounds, eight steals and eight assists while Branham had 17 points and eight assists. Hoffman finished with 10 rebounds.

HAGERSTOWN COM. COLLEGE (127)

Tabron 5 3-3 14, Branham 6 2-2 17, Handy 3 2-2 8, DeShields 9 1-1 22, Waller 1 4-7 6, Gause 2 2-2 7, Jennings 6 1-1 13, Goodman 7 2-2 16, Gaddy 5 3-4 14, Hoffman 3 5-6 11. Totals 47 25-30 127.

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COLLEGE OF SOUTHERN MARYLAND (93)

Christy 7 5-5 21, Harley 1 0-0 2, Tarpley 5 0-0 15, Williams 4 2-2 10, Scott 5 2-2 14, Parker 4 3-6 11, Davis 4 1-2 10, Walton 5 0-0 10 35 13-17 93

Halftime - HCC 69, College of Southern Maryland 45. Three-point baskets - HCC 8 (Branham 3, DeShields 3, Gause, Tabaron), College of Southern Maryland 10 (Tarpley 5, Christy 2, Scott 2, Davis).

St. Francis (Pa.) 56, Mount St. Mary's 55

LORETTO, Pa. (AP) - Reiner Mougnol missed a free throw with 4 seconds to play that would have tied the game, but made a jumper from inside the line seconds later as St. Francis (Pa.) beat Mount St. Mary's.

Mougnol had 11 points and 12 rebounds for St. Francis (5-14, 5-7 Northeast Conference), and Pete Fox had 12 points.

Melvin Whitaker had 17 points and 7 rebounds for Mount St. Mary's (5-15, 5-7).

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Grace 59, Hancock 56

Josh Barnhart had 24 points to lead the Grace over Hancock.

Brandon Fling had 18 points for Hancock while Josh Wills had 14.

Grace switched from a 3-2 to a 2-3 zone in the third quarter, clinching the win. Nathan Sweeney had 18 points and 15 rebounds for Grace Academy (9-3).

HANCOCK (56)

Keefer 9, Demory 6, Newton 5, J. Wills 14, C. WIlls 4, Fling 18. Totals 25 4-7 56.

GRACE ACADEMY (59)

Marquis 4, BArnhart 24, Sweeney 18, Ward 2, Shade 8, Lantz 1, Cowman 2. Totals 25 9-16 59.

Hancock1617419-56

Grace15131219-59

Three-point goals - Hancock 2 (Keefer, Newton). Record - Grace 9-3.

Catoctin 59, Boonsboro 56

BOONSBORO - Brian Boyer scored a game high 14 points as the Cougars improved. Nathan Long scored 7 ponts before he fouled out.

Adam Miller and Cody Hanes each scored 12 points for the Warriors (7-7). Catoctin outrebounded Boonsboro 32-25.

Nathan Long had 15 rebounds as Josh Evler had four steals and seven assists. Ryan Tokar had four blocks for the Cougars.

CATOCTIN (59)

Eyler 9, Boyd 7, Boyer 14, Kerr 6, Tummulty 8, Tokar 8, Long 7. Totals 24 11-13 59.

BOONSBORO (56)

Himes 4, Vesley 2, Miller 12, Hanes 12, Kaetzal 9, Malott 8, Bigelow 9. Totals 22 12-21 56.

Three-point goals - none. Record - Boonsboro 7-7. Foul out - Long (Catoctin).

JV - Catocin, 35-26 (Danny Novac, Brad Stiddom 9 points.)

McConnellsburg 59, Chestnut Ridge 58

McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - Steve Weller had 23 points to lead the Spartans (9-8) over Chestnut Ridge.

Jordan Ott had eight points and seven assists as Dane Pollock had 10 points, including two 3-pointers.

CHESTNUT RIDGE (58)

Morgart 15, Ickes 18, Reninger 9, Ray 6, Kohle 2, Felix 8. Totals 23 9-13 58.

McCONNELLSBURG (59)

Ott 8, Pollock 10, Weller 23, Hill 7, Strait 9, Kerlin 2. Totals 19 - 18-24 59.

Chestnut Ridge17161114-58

McConnellsburg14151119-59

Three-point goals - McConnellsburg 3 (Pollock 2, Ott 1); Chestnut Ridge 3 (Ickes 2, Reninger 1). Record - McConnellsburg 9-8.

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No. 10 Hedgesville 59, Broadfording 57

HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. - Hedgesville used its pressure and Broadfording Christian's foul problems to overcome a 15-point halftime deficit in the third-quarter to pull out a two-point victory.

The Eagles (10-4) trailed 34-19 at the intermission and used five 3-point baskets - three by Megan Bloomer and two by Cathy Ashley - to get back into the game. Hedgesville got further help when Broadfording's B'nai Holt and Vannessa Ruffin were whistled for their fourth fouls in the first three minutes of the second half, leading to a 49-44 Eagles' lead after the third quarter.

Ruffin still finished with 44 points, 19 rebounds and four blocks. Holt had 10 points and 12 assists for Broadfording (13-7).

Bloomer finished with five 3s en route to 27 points while Ashley finished with 13.

BROADFORDING CHRISTIAN (57)

Moore 3, Holt 10, Ruffin 44. Totals 26 5-9 57.

HEDGESVILLE (59)

Ashley 13, Bloomer 27, Grove 2, Leatherman 5, Linn 6, Williams 4, Windle 2. Totals 23 6-10 59.

Broadfording17171013-57

Hedgesville9103010-59

Three-point goals - Hedgesville 7 (Ashley 2, Bloomer 5).

Beall 46, Hancock 37

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