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Beall, North girls advance to Doub final

December 31, 2001

Beall, North girls advance to Doub final

By JACK HILL III / Staff Correspondent
First Round

Beall 34, Williamsport 33

BEALL (34)

Aylor 5, DeRosa 2, Wilson 6, Johnson 10, Conway 9, Sweene 2. Totals 15 3-8 34.


Plotner 4, Clingan 7, Grabill 4, Weir 6, Kolb 6, Hamilton 6. Totals 13 7-12 33.



Three-point field goals: Beall (Aylor).

North 51, Boonsboro 41



Daugherty 12, Harris 4, Fulks 5, Stevens 2, Amezcua 6, Selby 10, Myers 2. Totals 15 11-23 41.

NORTH (51)

Brown 15, Ennis 4, McGhee 17, Hammond 11, Stamper 2, Schlosser 2. Totals 18 12-24 51.


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Three-point field goals: North (Brown, Ennis, McGhee).

WILLIAMSPORT - A bad whistle halted the Williamsport Wildcats in the 15th Annual Richard E. Doub Ladies Classic on Friday.

Jessica Conway made 1 of 2 foul shots to put the Beall Mountaineers ahead 34-33 with 11 seconds left in the fourth quarter. Williamsport had a chance to win the game but, as Ruth Kolb was getting ready to shoot, one of the referees blew an inadvertent whistle that stopped play with one second left.

The alternating possession gave the ball back to the Wildcats underneath the basket but Williamsport was unable to get a shot off after the inbounds pass.

"That inadvertent whistle is just part of the game," Williamsport coach Curtis Graff said. "Games are won or lost by the players throughout the contest and not by an inadvertent whistle at the end."

The North Hagerstown Hubs then defeated the Boonsboro Warriors, 51-41.

Boonsboro (3-3) plays Williamsport (3-4) in the consolation game tonight at 6, then Beall (6-1) will play North (5-1) in the championship game at 8.

Amanda McGhee had 17 points, 12 rebounds and nine steals, Allison Hammond had 13 rebounds and 11 points, Katie Stamper had 15 rebounds and Kendal Brown had 15 points for the Hubs.

Sarah Harris grabbed 13 rebounds, Natasha Daugherty scored 12 points and Brittaney Selby had 10 points and nine rebounds for the Warriors.

"When we picked up our intensity on defense, that caused us to force some turnovers and get some steals," North coach Helen Mency said. "That led to some transition baskets."

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