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Area Roundup - No. 3 Trojans survive major scare

January 16, 2002

Area Roundup - No. 3 Trojans survive major scare



* BOYS BASKETBALL


CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Mike Clark had 16 points and eight rebounds and scored the winning basket to lead No. 3 Chambersburg over Carlisle 43-42 in the Mid-Penn Commonwealth on Tuesday.

Carlisle had a 42-41 lead when Clark scored a basket with 11 seconds left. Carlisle took a timeout to set up its last play, but missed the shot.

Danley Shank had 13 points for the Trojans (13-2, 1-0) and Bryan Bender had five steals.

CARLISLE (42)

Henninger 3, Hodge 11, Snider 2, Livingston 18, Mack 6, Mixell 2. Totals 15 7-10 42.

CHAMBERSBURG (43)

Bender 8, Wingerd 2, Shank 13, Shoemaker 3, Hage 1, Clark 16. Totals 18 5-9 43.

Carlisle1011129-42

Chambersburg711169-43

Three-Point Goals - Carlisle 5 (Hodge 2, Livingston 3), Chambersburg 2 (Shank).

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No. 7 SJPH 49, Loyola 44

FREDERICK, Md. - Dan Ryley and Jered Lyons combined to go 6-for-6 from the free throw line down the stretch as St. John's at Prospect Hall held off Loyola.

Aaron White led the Vikings (15-3) with 15 points, while Ryley added nine. Lyons had four assists and Justin battle had six rebounds.

LOYOLA (44)

Ford 4, Levine 6, Frisby 8, Morin 10, Clunie 14, Slaughter 2. Totals 13 13-18 44.

SJPH (49)

White 17, Lyons 5, Battle 2, Singleton 3, A. Sanchez 4, Ryley 9, Richard 7, Griffin 2. Totals 18 9-11 49.

Loyola1011617-44

SJPH814819-49

Three-point goals - St. John's at Prospect Hall 4 (White, Lyons, Singleton).

No. 8 S. Fulton 65, Everett 48

WARFORDBURG, Pa. - Will Whiteside finished with a triple-double, leading three players in double figures for Southern Fulton.

Whiteside had 18 points, 11 rebounds and 10 steals for the Indians (13-1, 6-1 Sideling Hill). Dustin Wills and Lance Bernhard had 16 points.

EVERETT (48)

T. Clark 22, Swartzwelder 4, Morse 12, K. Clark 3, England 2, Garland 2, Koontz 3. Totals 20 2-6 48.

SOUTHERN FULTON (65)

Whiteside 18, Wills 16, Bernhard 16, Meyer 7, Keebaugh 4, Clingerman 4. Totals 25 9-13 65.

Everett1471413-48

S. Fulton15182111-65

Three-point goals - Everett 6 (T. Clark 5, Koontz), S. Fulton 6 (Bernhard 4, Whiteside, Meyer).

No. 9 Greencastle 67, Fairfield 58

FAIRFIELD, Pa. - Eric Ile scored 24 points to lead Greencastle (9-6, 1-0 Mid Penn Colonial second half). Lee Vance scored 20 points and Alex Denkovich added 13 points.

GREENCASTLE (67)

Ile 24, Denkovich 13, Vance 20, Hoffman 1, Chlebowski 5, Fitz 4. Totals 19 22-35 67.

FAIRFIELD (58)

Gill 3, Wuerthrich 12, Armstrong 19, Redding 3, Weinbrenner 17, Dowd 9. Totals 21 13-16 58.

Greencastle1914925-67

Fairfield8141026-58

Three-point goals - Greencastle 7 (Ile 3, Denkovich 3, Vance), Fairfield 3 (Down 2, Redding).

Potomac 55, St. James 41

McCLAIN, Va. - Jared Knotts had 28 points and 14 rebounds for St. James (4-5).

ST. JAMES (41)

Knotts 28, Monroe 7, Holzapfel 2, Leinemann 2, Dewey 2.

POTOMAC (55)

Fischer 2, Prowitt 25, Jackson 6, Fairbank 4, O'Connell 14, Banner 4. Totals 20 11-12 55.

St. James881015-41

Potomac982216-55

Three-point goals - St. James 5 (Knotts 4, Monroe), Potomac 4 (O'Connell 4).

Middletown 53, Walkersville 52

WALKERSVILLE, Md. - John Keimig had 22 points as Middletown edged Walkersville in the Monocacy Valley Athletic League. Keimig also had nine rebounds and four assists.

Chris Keimig had 14 points for the Knights (7-5, 5-3).

Walkersville had two possessions at the end to try to take the lead, but came up empty. Chris Hannigan had 14 points to lead the Lions (5-7, 4-6 MVAL), including four 3-pointers. Mark Angelberger had 13 points and Darrin Stull had six assists.

MIDDLETOWN (53)

J. Keimig 22, C. Keimig 14, Collwell 2, O'Leary 5, Brandenburg 2, DeMoss 8. Totals 20 10-14 53.

WALKERSVILLE (52)

Angelberger 13, Sanderson 5, Morris 8, Stull 4, Ragland 2, Hannigan 14, McCollum 4, Schanuel 2. Totals 18 9-18 52.

Middletown1313189-53

Walkersville15101413-52

Three-Point Goals - Middletown 3 (J. Keimig 2, O'Leary), Walkersville 7 (Angleberger 3, Hannigan 4).

Frederick 62, Westminster 52

FREDERICK, Md. - Brian Lewis had 19 points and nine rebounds as Frederick defeated Westminster to remain undefeated in the Central Maryland Conference.

Justin Shade had 17 points and 11 rebounds for the Cadets (7-4, 4-0) and Tommy McIntyre had 10 points and two steals. Ian Oland had three steals.

WESTMINSTER (52)

Magruder 10, Carr 7, Duke 11, Frame 20, Stone 2, Baer 2. Totals 19 10-12 52.

FREDERICK (62)

Lewis 19, Middleton 5, Bush 7, Shade 17, McIntyre 10, Davis 2, Oland 2. Totals 21 19-26 62.

Westminster991915-52

Frederick8211221-62

Three-Point Goals - Westminster 4 (Frame 3, Carr), Frederick 1 (Lewis).

Waynesboro 72, JB 66

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Adam Caron scored 21 points and reserve Jake Justus made 5 of 6 free throws late to preserve a win for the Indians.

Mike Sanders had 14 points, while John Weber and Justin Kauffman added 12 for Waynesboro (8-8, 1-0 Mid Penn Colonial second half). Kauffman led the team with eight rebounds.

Dave Carter sprained an ankle in the third quarter and is questionable for Friday's game against Scotland.

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