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Local Roundup - Keefer leads Hancock to victory

February 10, 2001

Local Roundup - Keefer leads Hancock to victory



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HANCOCK - Danny Keefer scored the final five points of the game and grabbed the game-ending rebound, leading Hancock over Northern Garrett 56-55 on Saturday.

Trailing 55-51, Keefer drained a 3-pointer, then was fouled on the next possession. He sank two free throws with 23 seconds left. The teams traded possessions before Northern Garrett missed its last shot, which was rebounded by Keefer.

Keefer finished with 14 points, Chris Wills had 16 points and eight assists and Brandon Fling had 18 points, 11 rebounds and three blocked shots for Hancock (6-12).

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NORTHERN GARRETT (55)

Thorpe 5, Speicher 11, Long 20, Frazee 10, Swardell 3, Mitchell 4, Southerly 2. Totals 21 9-19 55.

HANCOCK (56)

Keefer 14, Demory 2, Pittman 4, J. Wills 2, C. Wills 16, Fling 18. Totals 19 12-15 56.

N. Garrett11121319-55

Hancock1841420-56

Three-point goals - Northern Garrett 3 (Speicher 2, Frazee 2); Hancock 6 (Keefer 2, C. Wills 4). Fouled out - Swardell; Technicals - Hancock coach Jeff Spielman 2, C. Wills.

Trinity 110, Greencastle 62

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Jeremy Barnes scored 23 points for Greencastle-Antrim (6-17) while John Morris led Trinity with 27 points.

TRINITY (110)

J. Morris 32, Kozlak 19, Calbrese 7, S. Morris 3, Weidel 14, Wuhrer 12, Elsner 6, McNicholson 5, Walker 5, Crane 2, K. Morris 5. Totals 34 27-36 110.

GREENCASTLE (62)

Ile 8, Denkovich 3, Drake 14, Crider 2, Barnes 23, Bode 12. Totals 22 12-20 62.

Trinity30253124-110

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Three-pooint goals - Trinity 7 (J. Morris 4, Calbrese, S. Morris, Wurher, K. Morris, Walker); Greencastle-Antrim 6 (Denkovich, Drake 4, Barnes). Record - Greencastle 6-17.

Chapmanville 87, B. Springs 59

CHAPMANVILLE, W.Va. - Andy Omps had 11 points and eight assists for Berkeley Springs in a loss to Chapmanville.

Mark Rockwell had 12 points, while Shane Bosley and Rocky Burch added 10 for the Indians (6-11).

BERKELEY SPRINGS (59)

Omps 11, Rockwell 12, Potter 2, Bosley 10, Mason 8, Paine 6, Burch 10. Totals 24 5-11 59.

CHAPMANVILLE (87)

Mullins 14, Bartrem 9, Burgess 2, Kelly 30, Picklesimer 6, Mazon 14, Preece 10, Zamow 2. Totals 38 7-11 87.

B. Springs9131720-59

Chapmanville22192521-87

Three-point goals - B. Springs 6 (Omps 2, Rockwell 3, Burch), Chapmanville 4 (Kelly, Picklesimer 2, Preece).

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TJ 53, Goretti 47

Liz Hammel had a game-high 18 points and 13 rebounds as the hung on for a win on the road. Amanda Jones had 10 rebounds, Leslie Follmer had nine rebounds and Sandy Wasniewski had five steals and four assists for the Patriots (11-8).

Brett Stone led three players in double figures for Goretti (14-11) with 12 points. Kelly Wills and Lauren Costello both had 10 points.

THOMAS JOHNSON (53)

Wilson 8, Wasniewski 8, Burley 4, Gibson 5x, Jones 4, Follmer 4, Like 2, Hammel 18. Totals 16 19-30 53.

ST. MARIA GORETTI (47)

Stone 12, Wills 10, Chambers 5, Siirtola 8, K. Martin 2, Costello 10. Totals 15 15-23 48.

T. Johnson189620-53

Goretti781715-47

Three-point goals-Thomas Johnson 2 (Burley, Gibson), Goretti 4 (Wills 2, Siirtola 2). Fouled Out-Wilson.

Hedgesville 64, Fort Hill 56

CUMBERLAND, Md. - Tiffany Linn had 17 points as Hedgesville outscored Fort Hill 16-9 in the third quarter for a 43-34 lead en route to victory.

Cathy Ashley had 14 points and four steals, while Megan Bloomer added 11 points for the Eagles (14-5).

HEDGESVILLE (64)

Ashley 14, Bloomer 11, Grove 4, Leatherman 6, Linn 17, Shipper 4, Windle 8. Totals 30 22-34 64.

FORT HILL (56)

George 4, Sipes 4, Simpson 9, J. Vance 9, B. Vance 5, Bruszewski 21, Nines 4. Totals 20 16-22 56.

Hedgesville13141621-64

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Three-point goals - Hedgesville 2 (Ashley, Bloomer). Fouled Out - Grove, Sipes. JV - Hedgesville, 26-24.

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Three Blue Storm place

WASHINGTON - Grant Taylor, Nate Fochtman and Steve Toddes all placed in the St. Albans Invitational on Saturday.

The two-day event features 30 teams, including eight of the top 20 nationally ranked private schools led by Blair Academy (N.J.), the top-ranked team in the nation by USA Today.

Taylor (152 pounds) and Fochtman (189) finished seventh with 4-2 records. Toddes (119) took eighth at 3-3. For the season, Todd is 26-14, Taylor 26-17 and Fochtman 26-13.

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Locals fare well

BLACKSBURG, Va. - Participants representing Hagerstown Community College and the Cumberland Valley Athletic Club fared well Saturday at the Virginia Tech Invitational.

Representing HCC, the 4x800-meter relay team finished first with a junior college 2000-2001 season-best time of 7 minutes, 58.08 seconds. Mark Sneed, Chris Pereschuk, John McKinley and Anthony Robinson combined as McKinley broke the race open with a 1:55.8 split. McKinley then came back to post the season's top junior college time in the 800 (1:54.79), good enough for 13th place overall. Sneed ran a 50.51 in the 400, good for 17th.

Serena Wheeler, also representing HCC, ran a 1:21.09 in the 500 for a 20th-place finish. The aforementioned HCC participants qualify for the Junior College Championship next month in Manhatten, Kansas.

Representing the CVAC, Mater Peters finished ninth in the shot put with a throw of 48 feet, 9 inches. Tom Mason finished 13th in the 3,000 (8:42.11).

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Mercersburg 5, Naval Academy JV 4

Mercersburg Academy winners: Andrew Fazekas beat Kinleong Ho, 3-0; Jason Wilford beat Fidel Sanchez, 3-0; Ian Thompson beat Yang Yeonjin, 3-2; Mark Schlossberg beat brad Thompson, 3-0; Whit Perkins beat Stephen Latz, 3-0.

Hill School 5, Mercersburg 2

Mercersburg Academy winners: Ian Thompson beat Geroge Gonzalez, 3-1; Peter Baker beat Will Harvard, 3-1.

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