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Middletown clinches MVAL (Local girls roundup)

February 14, 2001

Middletown clinches MVAL (Local girls roundup)



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MIDDLETOWN, Md. - Kim Waeber led No. 4 Middletown with 22 points, six rebounds, five assists and six steals as the Knights defeated Brunswick 54-45 Tuesday to clinch the Monocacy Valley Athletic League title.

Middletown (18-2, 15-1) parlayed a 22-7 spurt in the third quarter into the victory.

Kacie Escamilla had 17 rebounds, Dana Shook had 11 points and five rebounds and Nicole Spence had nine points, six steals and four assists for Brunswick (4-16, 3-14).

BRUNSWICK (45)

Spence 9, Hemp 3, Clotter 4, Shook 11, Hickerson 11, Escamilla 5, Duvall 2. Totals 17 6-17 45.

MIDDLETOWN (54)

House 4, Shafer 2, Mannis 4, Waeber 22, Halse 5, Warner 6, Moore 4, Costello 7. Totals 25 4-9 54.

Brunswick811717-45

Middletown1311228-54

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Three point goals - Brunswick 4 (Hickerson 2, Shook, Spence). JV - Middletown, 57-16 (M: Amber Holian 14 points).

No. 2 SJPH 65, Park 34

FREDERICK, Md. - Kenan Cole recorded her 20th double-double of the season - scoring 22 points and grabbing 12 rebounds - leading St. John's at Prospect Hall to a Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland tournament win.

SJPH (20-6) will play at Maryvale Prep at 5 on Thursday in the semifinals.

Stephanie Rakich, Jen Baker and Kim Henry had six assists apiece.

PARK (34)

Love 3, Gose 9, Cooper 8, Newton 10, Kallian 2, Sharpe 2. Totals 16 0-4 34.

SJPH (65)

Brown 4, Baker 7, Cole 22, Bonneville 7, Merkel 10, Rakich 1, Henry 12, Barkers 2. Totals 25 12-21 65

Park821410-34

SJPH17181911-65

Three-point goals - Love, Gose; SJPH (Henry, Baker, Cole); Record - SJPH 20-6.

No. 1 Frederick 75, S. Carroll 46

SYKESVILLE, Md. - Jen Andrews, Kristal Hood and Ashley Bush scored eight points apiece in the first half as Frederick remained unbeaten in the Central Maryland Conference.

Hood and Bush finished with 19 points apiece. Bush had 13 rebounds and six assists, Hood had five steals and eight assists and Andrews had 12 points, 12 rebounds and three steals for Frederick (17-3, 13-0).

FREDERICK (75)

Milstead 8, Brown 4, Andrews 12, DeSirent 1, Hood 19, Thompson 2, Means 10, Bush 19. Totals 29 17-24 75

SOUTH CARROLL (46)

Casper 6, Ki. Lowry 9, Mathers 2, Caballero 2, Ownda 13, Raines 2, Ke. Lowry 6, S. Lowry 3, Wenchel 1, McLean 2. Totals 15 13-20 46

Frederick18142518-75

South Carroll10101313-46

Three-point goals - South Carroll 3 (Ownda, Ke. Lowry 2); Fouled out - Casper; Record - Frederick 17-3 (13-0).

No. 10 C'burg 49, CD East 44

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Heather Rife had 13 points and nine rebounds while Steph VanBrakle had 12 points and nine rebounds for Chambersburg (12-11).

CENTRAL DAUPHIN EAST (44)

Szekeres 14, Thompson 12, Hulstine 3, Hammons 4, Enck 9, Kerns 2. Totals 16 7-19 44.

CHAMBERSBURG (49)

Cook 5, Rife 13, Schmutzler 5, Lentz 2, Felix 12, VanBrakle 12. Totals 20 7-16 49.

CDE1212416-44

C'Burg919147-49

Three point goals - CDE 5 (Thompson 2, Enck 2, Hammons); C'burg 2 (Rife, Schmutzler).

No. 9 Catoctin 48, Boonsboro 40

BOONSBORO - Cyndi Benjamin scored 13 points leading Catoctin over Boonsboro.

Liz Smith scored 23 points, grabbed 14 rebounds, made three steals and blocked two shots and Brittaney Selby had nine rebounds for Boonsboro (6-13, 3-12).

CATOCTIN (48)

Benjamin 13, Yocum 2, Cherry 11, Williams 5, Valentine 4, Atkins 8, Eyler 5. Totals 19 8-14 48.

BOONSBORO (40)

Smith 23, Daughterty 3, Fulks 3, Amezcua 2, Main 2, Selby 3, Myers 4. Totals 14 11-25 40.

Catoctin1111818-48

Boonsboro88816-40

Three point goals - Catoctin 2 (Benjamin, Atkins); Boonsboro 1 (Daugherty). Records - Catoctin 11-7 (11-4), Boonsboro 6-13 (3-12).

Greencastle 42 East Pennsboro 30

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Tamyra Toth scored eight points in the fourth quarter as Greencastle-Antrim pulled away from East Pennsboro to close its season at .500.

Toth finished finished with 16 points and nine rebounds for Greencastle (12-12, 6-2 in second half of Mid Penn Colonial). Michelle Mentzer had 12 points, five steals and four assists and Alicia Thompson grabbed nine rebounds.

Greencastle led 26-21 after three quarters before outscoring East Pennsboro 16-9 in the fourth quarter.

EAST PENNSBORO (30)

Dierich 5, Deveney 4, Rhoades 4, Wells 5, Shuler 5, Tenetti 7. Totals 9 11-25 30.

GREENCASTLE-ANTRIM (42)

Eshelman 7, Mentzer 12, Wartner 1, Toth 16, Leedy 2, Thompson 2, Stotler 2. Totals 17 8-17 42

East Pennsboro13359-30

Greencastle146616-42

Three-point goals - East Pennsboro 1 (Wells). Record - Greencastle 12-12 (6-2).

Broadfording 72, St. James 34

Vanessa Ruffin had 44 points, 18 rebounds, four blocks and five steals leading Broadfording over St. James.

Broadfording used a half court trap in the second half to outscore St. James, 36-9. B'nai Holt had seven points and 11 assists while Jessica Biddle had 19 points, six assists and four steals to lead Broadfording (17-9).

ST. JAMES (34)

Pecararo 13, Logan 3, McKeachie 2, Venditta 6, Harmen 2, Eyler 2, Montgomery 2, Smith 4. Totals 16 2-4 34.

BROADFORDING (72)

Biddle 19, Moore 2, Holt 7, Ruffin 44. Totals 30 7-12 72.

St. James141163-34

Broadfording16202610-72

Three point goals - Broadfording 5 (Biddle 4, Holt).

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