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Saturday's Roundup - Vikings win B crown

February 17, 2001

Saturday's Roundup - Vikings win B crown



* GIRLS BASKETBALL


BALTIMORE - Kenan Cole recorded her 22nd double-double for the season with 23 points and 14 rebounds to lead St. John's at Prospect Hall to a 52-33 victory over Chapelgate Saturday night to win its first-ever Interscholastic Atheletic Association of Maryland B Division title at Loyola College.

The victory finished a campaign by the No. 2 Vikings, pointing to their 22nd victory of the season, knowing it would be the win to win the title. Players had the No. 22 written on their pants, arms and headbands.

St. John's pulled out to a 24-12 lead at the half and cruised home.

Courtney Bonneville scored the first six points of the game before taking two charges, which sent her to the hospital with a concussion. Kim Henry scored 12 points with six steals and six assists.

St. John's advances to the Bishop Walsh tournament in March.

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CHAPELGATE (33)

Lynott 6, K. Holtra 4, L. Holtra 2, Brundage 1, L. Lynott 1, Groves 10, Moraz 4, Landis 2, Chill 2. Totals 11 10-13 33

ST. JOHN'S-PROSPECT HALL (52)

Baker 2, Rakich 3, Bonneville 7, Cole 23, Merkle 5, Henry 12. Totals 13 27-43 52.

Chapelgate751010-33

St. John's-PH13111316-52

Fouled out-Groves, Lynott, Holtra.

No. 1 Frederick 78, TJ 44

FREDERICK, Md. - Kristal Hood had 17 of her game-high 24 points in an explosive third quarter as the Cadets wrapped up a perfect season in the Central Maryland Conference and a sweep of the city series.

Hood added 11 steals and eight assists as Frederick (18-3, 14-0) outscored the Patriots 31-8 in the third quarter. Ashley Bush added 19 points, 13 rebounds and six assists for the Cadets, who also got 11 points from Sydney King.

Amanda Jones had 15 points and Liz Hammel had 12 points for Thomas Johnson (11-10, 5-8).

THOMAS JOHNSON (44)

Wilson 5, Feather 6, Wasniewski 2, Jones 15, Follmer 4, Hammel 12. Totals 16 10-11 44.

FREDERICK (78)

Brown 9, Andrews 4, DeSirant 2, Hood 24, King 11, Means 9, Bush 19. Totals 31 14-22 78.

T. Johnson913814-44

Frederick10163121-78

Three-point goals-TJ 2 (Wilson, Jones), Frederick 2 (Hood, Bush).

Jefferson 66, Clear Spring 23

CLEAR SPRING - Ellen Brosh, Genelle Botje and Jill Bradley all scored 11 points as the balanced Cougars won the Apple Valley League.

Jefferson (13-6, 7-1) won its fifth in a row despite missing leading scorer Lindsay Edwards for the second straight game. Amber Pearl had seven points to lead Clear Spring (3-17, 1-5).

JEFFERSON (66)

Brosh 11, Underwood 2, Fleming 6, Crowe 7, Botje 11, Je. Bradley 4, Ji. Bradley 11, Yates 6, Jenkins 4, Davis 4. Totals 27 12-20 66.

CLEAR SPRING (23)

Betts 3, DeStefano 1, Yeakle 2, Bush 4, Pearl 7, Blankenship 4, Mowen 2. Totals 10 1-2 23.

Jefferson1720920-66

Clear Spring4496-23

Three-point goals-Clear Spring 2 (Betts, Pearl).

* BOYS BASKETBALL


No. 1 Mercersburg 69 Newport 62

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Greg Kinsey had 22 points and Antoine McGee added 18 points and 10 assists as the Blue Storm avenged a season-opening loss to the Tigers.

Todd Legler added 14 points and 13 rebounds and Jamie Hughes also had 13 rebounds for Mercersburg (14-7).

NEWPORT (62)

Leven 12, Goodman 4, T. Thompson 19, Goodrich 12, Kossekpa 8, L. Thompson 7. Totals 23 11-19 62.

MERCERSBURG (69)

McGee 18, Kinsey 22, Hughes 4, Legler 14, Flanagan 2, Campos 4, Balaban 5. Totals 22 22-35 69.

Newport12171815-62

Mercersburg13191621-69

Three-point goals-Newport 5 (T. Thomspon 2, Goodrich 2, L. Thompson), Mercersburg 3 (Kinsey 2, Campos). Fouled Out-L. Thompson (N).

Scotland 80, Waynesboro 62

GETTYSBURG, Pa. - Seth Scott led Waynesboro with 28 points and nine rebounds, but the Indians couldn't beat Scotland for a second time in the Mid Penn Colonial second-half title game.

Ryan Devlin added 15 points for Waynesboro (12-14). Brian Carroll grabbed five from the board and Josh Carter had five assists.

Waynesboro held the lead throught the first half but Scotland's Charles Davis went on the a shooting spree in the second, shooting eight 3-point goals, including five in a 37-point third quarter for the Cadets.

WAYNESBORO (62)

Carroll 6, Rembow 3, Caron 8, Devlin 15, Lyon-Loftus 2, Scott 28. Totals 28 3-5 62.

SCOTLAND (80)

Parker 6, Mitchell 11, Coleman 2, T. Davis 11, Chapman 7, C. Daivs 35, Pinney 8. Totals 31 8-10 80.

Waynesboro12141818-62

Scotland12113720-80

Three-point goals - Waynesboro 3 (Carroll 2, Devlin), Scotland 10 (T. Davis, Chapman, C. Davis 8).

Foul-outs - Carroll (W).

* PREP WRESTLING


Storm continues streak

PHILADELPHIA - Mercersburg Academy got its seventh straight top-15 finish at the Pa. Independent Schools State Tournament, placing three wrestlers in the top eight to finish 14th out of 40 teams.

Steve Toddes (119) went 4-2 to finish seventh and finish the year at 30-16. Grant Taylor (152) was 3-3 to finish eighth and end the season at 30-19. Nate Fochtman (189) also went 4-2 to take 7th. He finished 30-15.

* INDOOR TRACK


HCC men, women 3rd

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