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Beall tops North girls at Doub Classic

December 31, 2001

Beall tops North girls at Doub Classic



By JACK HILL III / Staff Correspondent
Championship Game

Beall 49, North Hagerstown 48

BEALL (49)

Aylor 5, Armstrong 5, DeRosa 3, Wilson 13, Johnson 16, Conway 2, Sweene 2, Kahl 3. Totals 20 8-14 49.

NORTH HAGERSTOWN (48)

Brown 5, Ennis 7, McGhee 13, Hammond 13, Stamper 5, Schlosser 5. Totals 11 24-37 48.

Beall819913-49

North1481313-48

Three-point goals - Beall 1 (Aylor). North 2 (Ennis, McGhee).

Consolation Game

Boonsboro 52, Williamsport 38

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BOONSBORO (52)

Daugherty 3, Harris 19, Fulks 22, Stevens 1, Amezcua 4, Selby 3. Totals 19 14-28 52.

WILLIAMSPORT (38)

Plotner 9, Gogin 14, Grabill 8, Weir 1, Hamilton 4, Taylor 2. Totals 16 6-13 38.

Boonsboro10121515-52

Williamsport613712-38

Three-point goals - None.



WILLIAMSPORT - The North Hagerstown Hubs came very, very close to winning the championship in the 15th Annual Richard E. Doub Ladies Classic Saturday night.

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But senior forward Angie Johnson made a tournament-winning basket with seven seconds left for the Beall Mountaineers to give the Hubs a heartbreaking 49-48 defeat.

Johnson, who is a transfer from Westmar, finished with a game-high 16 points for Beall (7-1).

"Angie Johnson is as good of a shooter as we have," Beall coach John Armstrong said. "She didn't hesitate at all. She just stepped up and took the shot. That is the kind of thing that you look for in seniors."

Whitney Wilson had 13 points, seven rebounds and four steals while Katie Sweene and Kacey Kahl also made four steals each for the Mountaineers.

Allison Hammond finished with 13 points and nine rebounds, while Amanda McGhee also scored 13 points, Heidi Stamper had eight rebounds and Christine Ennis made five steals for North (5-2).

"The key was that we didn't come to play in the first half," North coach Helen Mency said. "We dug ourselves into a hole. We came out in the third quarter with the intensity that we need. Then we went through the fourth quarter without making a field goal. Everything that we scored in the fourth quarter came from the foul line. That turned out to be the difference."

The Hubs only made 11 field goals in the game, but they made 24 of their 37 foul shots.

Sarah Harris collected 19 points and 14 rebounds, while Deidre Fulks had 22 points and four assists to help the Boonsboro Warriors (4-3) defeat the Williamsport Wildcats (3-5) 52-38 in the consolation game.

Alex Gogin came off of the bench to score 14 points to lead Williamsport.

"Sarah Harris and Deidre Fulks both gave us a nice game tonight," Boonsboro coach Bernie Semler said. "Sarah did a good job of hitting the boards and scoring on the inside. Deidre hit some nice shots on the outside. We let our defense try to be our offense. We tried to capitalize on the turnovers."

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