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Girls Roundup - No. 9 Patriots surprise Owls

January 31, 2001

Girls Roundup - No. 9 Patriots surprise Owls



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FREDERICK, Md. - No. 9 Thomas Johnson took a six-point lead into the fourth quarter and made 6 of 8 free throws down the stretch to hold on for a 41-39 victory against Westminster in the Central Maryland Conference Tuesday night.

Amanda Jones had 20 points and five rebounds, while Sandy Wasniewski added five assists for TJ (10-6, 5-4).

WESTMINSTER (39)

Higgs 8, Fajardo 1, Bollinger 6, Vigliotti 3, Krug 2, Cushen 14, Walkling 5. Totals 14 8-21 39.

THOMAS JOHNSON (41)

Wilson 2, Feather 3, Wasniewski 6, Burley 2, Ginsburg 1, Jones 20, Follmer 3, Hammel 4. Totals 12 16-24 41.

Westminster631020-39

TJ571316-41

Three-point goals - Westminster 3 (Cushen, Vigliotti, Higgs0, TJ 1 (Wasniewski). Fouled Out - Bollinger, Walkling. JV - TJ, 40-35 (TJ: April Like, Kelly Nara and Vintrenia Fulton 8).

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No. 1 Frederick 79 North Carroll 28

HAMPSTEAD, Md. - Ashley Bush had seven points, 10 rebounds and seven assists, while Kristal Hood had 17 points, seven steals and five assists for Frederick (12-3, 9-0 CMC).

FREDERICK (79)

Milstead 2, Ecker 7, Brown 13, Andrews 10, Hood 17, Thompson 2, King 7, Reidy 10, Means 4, Bush 7. Totals 32 14-20 79.

N. CARROLL (28)

Beard 4, Winemiller 7, Shaffer 2, Fisher 6, Bromwell 5, Smith 4. Totals 12 3-5 28.

Frederick34151911-79

N. Carroll8956-28

Three-point goals - Frederick 1 (Brown), N. Caroll 1 (Winemiller).

No. 2 St. John's-PH 48 Baltimore Lutheran 21

FREDERICK, Md. - Kenan Cole had 14 points as St. John's at Prospect Hall (18-5)outscored Baltimore Lutheran 17-6 in the first quarter and 13-1 in the last.

BALTIMORE LUTHERAN (21)

Paules 5, Bowles 4, Taylor 2, Caple 10. Totals 8 5-7 21.

ST. JOHN'S-PROSPECT HALL (48)

Brown 5, Baker 4, Cole 14, Bonneville 4, Merkel 8, Rakich 6, Henry 7. Totals 18 8-10 48.

B. Lutheran6951-21

St. John's1711713-48

Three-point goals - SJPH 4 (Brown, Cole 2, Henry).

FSK 53, No. 6 Smithsburg 51

UNION BRIDGE, Md. - Meredith Carter scored 14 points and made three crucial free throws in the final 25 seconds as Francis Scott Key (10-5, 8-4) evened the season series against the Leopards.

Eariel Gholson had 20 points and four steals, and Katy Powell added 10 points and eight rebounds for the Leopards (12-4, 9-3).

SMITHSBURG (51)

Higgins 7, Stouffer 3, Powell 10, Whitt 2, Feiser 9, Gholson 20. Totals 19 7-13 51.

FSK (53)

Carter 14, Stonesifer 14, Davis 6, Norris 17. Totals 21 7-16 53.

Smithsburg7151812-51

FSK8111617-53

Three-point goals - Smithsburg 6 (Gholson 3, Powell 2, Stouffer), FSK 3 (Carter 2, Norris).

Bishop McDevitt 60 No. 7 Chambersburg 57

HARRISBURG, Pa. - Kim Henry hit a 3-pointer in the final 20 seconds to give Bishop McDevitt a Mid Penn Commenwealth victory over Chambersburg.

Heather Rife had 15 points and 11 rebounds, while Steph VanBrakle had 13 points and eight rebounds for Chambersburg (11-8).

CHAMBERSBURG (57)

Cook 6, Rife 15, Schmutlzer 3, Lentz 3, Felix 11, Burnham 6, VanBrakle 13. Totals 23 8-9 57.

BISHOP MCDEVITT (60)

Aiello 2, McClinton 2, Negley 18, Croboth 7, Mravik 2, Rengert 3, Cawley 18, Henry 6, Patakis 2. Totals 20 13-18 60.

C'Burg17151312-57

B. McDevitt1118823-60

Three-point goals - Chambersburg 3 (VanBrakle, Lentz, Schmutlzer), Bishop McDevitt 7 (Neagley 4, Crowboth, Rengert, Henry).

No. 10 Hedgesville 59 Berkeley Springs 53

HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. - Cathy Ashley had 14 points, Megan Bloomer had 12 and Tiffany Linn had 10 as Hedgesville (11-4, 4-0) rallied to stay atop the Apple Valley League.

Danielle Fox led the Indians (2-13, 0-5) with 11 points, while Megan Close, Stephanie Bracken and Brittany Sirbaugh all had 10. Crystal Bergen had 12 rebounds and Breacken added eight.

BERKELEY SPRINGS (53)

Fox 11, Close 10, Bracken 10, Sirbaugh 10, Scherpf 4, Bergen 6, Alexander 2. Totals 22 7-13 53.

HEDGESVILLE (59)

Ashley 14, Bloomer 12, Grove 4, Leatherman 4, Linn 10, Robinet 2, Shipper 3, Williams 6, Windle 4. Totals 23 9-12 59.

B. Springs13151510-53

Hedgesville2015717-59

Three-point goals - Berkeley Springs 2 (Fox, Sirbaugh), Hedgesville 4 (Ashley, Bloomer 2, Shipper). Fouled Out - Linn. JV - Hedgesville, 51-49 (H: Jess Hamic 18; BS: Amber Simmons 9).

North 50, Brunswick 36

Amanda McGhee had 14 points, six rebounds and four assists, while Marquiela Gantt added 10 points and four rebounds as North Hagerstown won in the MVAL. Ashley Mason had nine rebounds for the Hubs (4-8, 3-8).

Dana Shook had 14 points to lead Brunswick (3-11, 2-9). Katie Escamilla added nine rebounds.

BRUNSWICK (36)

Buhi 2, Hemp 2, Clotter 9, Shook 14, Johnson 4, Escamilla 5. Totals 16 3-9 36.

NORTH (50)

Mason 6, Stamper 6, Cobb 1, Berry 2, Brown 2, McGhee 14, Gantt 10, Parsons 9. Totals 17 16-29 50.

Brunswick612414-36

North14121311-50

Three-point goals - Brunswick 1 (Clotter). JV - Brunswick, 37-27 (B: Ashley Hickerson 16).

W'msport 68, Walkersville 66

WALKERSVILLE, Md. - Sara Taylor's three-point play sent the game into overtime, and Jess Ross hit two free throws in the second overtime to give the Wildcats the final lead for a win in the MVAL.

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