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Boys roundup - Devlin's hot hand leads Indians

February 16, 2001

Boys roundup - Devlin's hot hand leads Indians



* BASKETBALL


CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Ryan Devlin scored 10 of his game-high 20 points in the third quarter as Waynesboro outscored Shippensburg 37-25 in the second half for a 60-46 victory Thursday that advanced the Indians into the Mid Penn Colonial second half championship game.

Waynesboro (11-12) will play first-half champion Scotland on Saturday at a time yet to be determined. If the Indians win, the teams will meet again Monday to determine for the Mid Penn championship.

Adam Caron had 15 points for Waynesboro. he made 7 of 8 free throws in the fourth quarter to seal the victory.

Seth Scott had 17 points and 12 rebounds, while Devlin added 14 rebounds for the Indians.

WAYNESBORO (60)

Carter 4, Von Rembow 2, Caron 15, Webber 2, Devlin 20, Scott 17. Totals 21 17-20 60.

SHIPPENSBURG (46)

Stum 19, Diehl 7, Robinson 5, Staver 6, Vaughn 7, Clark 2. Totals 17 9-17 46.

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Waynesboro1581819-60

Shippensburg1381213-46

Three-point goals - Waynesboro 1 (Caron), Shippensburg 3 (Stum 2, Staver).

Poolesville 51, Catoctin 32

THURMONT, Md. - Nathan Long had 10 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Cougars (6-15), who fell behind 24-6 at halftime and made only eight field goals in the game.

POOLESVILLE (51)

Halley 7, Conrad 4, G. Ward 6, Reed 6, J. Ward 15, Fink 2, Fales 5, Campbell 6. Totals 17 14-20 51.

CATOCTIN (32)

Eyler 4, Yocum 2, Boyd 5, Tumulty 2, Miller 4, Boyer 4, Tokar 2, N. Long 10. Totals 8 18-23 32.

Poolesville14101017-51

Catoctin421115-32

Three-point goals - Poolesville 3 (Halley, G. Ward, J. Ward). JV - Catoctin, 49-44 (C: Ryne Smith 14).

Hancock 49, MSD 43

FREDERICK, Md. - Brandon Fling had 22 points, 11 rebounds and three blocks as the Panthers hung on for a win. Jake Pittman added 12 points for Hancock (8-13).

HANCOCK (49)

Keefer 9, C. Wills 6, Pittman 12, Fling 22. Totals 18 9-11 49.

MARYLAND SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF (43)

Walker 15, Cornish 2, Yeh 6, Coleman 12, Shannon 2, Bonneville 6. Totals 20 3-8 43.

Hancock141799-49

MSD8101312-43

Three-point goals-Hancock 4 (Keefer, C. Wills, Pittman 2).

McConnellsburg 60 CVCS 51

MARION, Pa. - Steve Weller had 19 points and Mike Hill added seven assists as the Spartans pulled away. McConnellsburg (10-12), which had assists on 18 of its 24 field goals, also got 14 points from Jordan Ott and 17 from Dane Pollack on five 3-pointers.

MCCONNELLSBURG (60)

Ott 14, Pollack 17, Weller 19, Hill 6, Strait 2, Kerlin. Totals 24 5-8 60.

CVCS (51)

John 5, Snider 4, Steenstra 8, Kellogg 20, Liddick 8, Dawson 6. Totals 22 3-11 51.

McConn.7151721-60

CVCS1211919-51

Three-point goals-McConnellsburg 7 (Ott 2, Pollack 5), CVCS 4 (John, Kellogg 3). Fouled Out-Steenstra.

Faith 57, Grace 47

Grace Academy got into foul trouble late, as Faith Christian came back from a 17-4 first quarter deficit to outscore the Knights 24-9 in the fourth.

Nathan Sweeney had 15 points and 11 rebounds for Grace (12-5, 8-4 Mason Dixon Christian Conference), while Josh Barnhart added 14 points and nine rebounds.

FAITH CHRISTIAN (57)

Shinkle 6, Eckenrode 7, J. Mann 25, B. Mann 7, May 12. Totals 20 15-27 57.

GRACE ACADEMY (47)

Ja. Barnhart 2, Marquiss 6, Jo. Barnhart 14, Sweeney 15, Ward 7, Cowman 2, Hunt 1. Totals 18 9-16 47.

Faith4111824-57

Grace177149-47

Three-point goals - Faith 2 (May 2), Grace 2 (Marquiss, Jo. Barhnart). Fouled Out - Eckenrode. Technicals - Shinkle.

* JV BASKETBALL


Highland View Tournament

Loser's Bracket: Bishop Walsh 75, Highland View 71, OT

Semifinals: St. John's-Prospect Hall 73, Tacoma Academy 44; Newport 52, Shenandoah Valley 27.

Saturday: St. John's versus Newport, championship; Tacoma Park versus Shenandoah Valley, 3rd place; Victor Cullen vs. Bishop Walsh, 5th place; Highland View versus Vienna. Games start at 6.

* SQUASH


Episcopal 9, Mercersburg 0

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Mercersburg falls to 4-12.

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