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local roundup - McConnellsburg trips Hancock

January 24, 2002

Local roundup - McConnellsburg trips Hancock

* BOYS BASKETBALL


McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - Mike Hill had 22 points and nine rebounds to lead McConnellsburg to a 57-47 victory over Hancock on Wednesday.

Drew Washabaugh had 17 points, Steve Weller had 12 points and three blocks and Jordan Ott had seven assists for the Spartans (10-6).

Brandon Fling had 16 points and Chris Wills had 12 for the Panthers (8-5).

HANCOCK (47)

Newton 6, Robair 6, Demory 1, Wills 12, Gaither 2, Poffenberger 4, Fling 16. Totals 19 3-8 47.

McCONNELLSBURG (57)

Weller 12, Hill 22, Washabaugh 17, Lininger 6. Totals 26 4-8 57.

Hancock1213139-47

McConnellsburg17161014-57

Three-point goals - Hancock 6 (Newton 2, Robair 2, Wills 2), McConnellsburg 1 (Washabaugh). JV - McConnellsburg, 37-32 (M: Joey Boor 14 points).

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Paw Paw 72, B. Springs 65


PAW PAW, W.Va. - Paw Paw outscored Berkeley Springs 8-0 in the final minute to snatch a victory in the Morgan County rivalry.

Berkeley Springs (5-7) held a 65-64 lead until Paw Paw's Matt Delauter scored at the one-minute mark to give the Pirates the lead. The Indians failed to answer, leading to a Paw Paw fast break and basket by Adam Carder for a three-point lead. with 40 seconds remaining. Paw Paw iced the game from the foul line in the last 20 seconds.

Carder had 22 and Delauter added 21 for Paw Paw. Point guard Joey Gigliotti had 15 points and 13 rebounds to lead the Indians. Rocky Burch had 18 points and 10 rebounds while Shane Bosley finished with 18 points and eight rebounds.

BERKLEY SPRINGS (65)

Oomps 8, Gigliotti 15, Bosley 18, Potter 6, Burch 18. Totals 23 16-28 65.

PAW PAW (72)

Garcia 4, Spencer 8, Largent 1, Carder 22, Wiesler 2, Delauter 21, Wilson 14. Totals 29 13-17 72

B. Springs14181716-65

Paw Paw10251918-72

Three-point basket - Berkeley Springs 3 (Gigliotti 3), Paw Paw 1 (Carder).


* GIRLS BASKETBALL
S. Fulton 56, Goretti 28


WARFORDSBURG, Pa. - Brooke Francis had 15 points and six steals as the Indians blew the game open in the second quarter.

"That was her best game of the year," Southern Fulton coach Mark Mellott said. "She finally did what we knew she was capable of. She just had to go out and do it."

Jodi Appel had 14 points, Meghan White added 11 points and Kelly True had seven boards for Southern Fulton (12-4). Katie Chambers had eight points to lead Goretti (10-8).

ST. MARIA GORETTI (28)

Siirtola 7, Martin 2, Chambers 8, Wills 6, Deneen 5. Totals 11 3-7 28.

SOUTHERN FULTON (56)

True 8, Francis 15, White 11, Mellott 4, Appel 14, Spade 2, Wigfield 2. Totals 19 13-20 56.

Goretti7588-28

Southern Fulton11201411-56

Three-point goals-Goretti 3 (Siirtola, Wills 2), Southern Fulton 5 (White 2, Appel 3). Fouled Out-Mothershead (SMG).

RMA 40, St. James 38


FRONT ROYAL, Va. - Kourtney Logan had 17 rebounds, eight steals and four blocks, but the Saints watched their lead evaporate in the fourth quarter of a road loss. Katie Graham finished with 18 points for St. James (7-5).

St. James (38)

Eyler 2, Neilson 2, Logan 6, Pecoraro 8, Graham 18, Rosenthal 4. Totals 16 4-11 38.

Randolph-Macon (40)

Mensha 9, Irwin 5, Conners 21, Hensley 3, Kendall 2 Totals 16 7-17 40.

St. James15898-38

Randolph-Macon1061113-40

Three-point goals-St. James 2 (Graham 2), RMA 1 (Hensley). Fouled Out-Wood (RMA).

Hedgesville 78
Mercersburg 29


HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. - Tiffany Burkhart had 15 points and Amanda Dellinger added 10 as all 12 Eagles (7-9) scored in a non-conference victory. Jana Podzimkova had 10 points to lead Mercersburg (0-11).

MERCERSBURG ACADEMY (29)

Greenwalt 3, Blackburn 2, Lininger 3, Herd 2, Ongor 2, Demezza 2, Hogan 2, Podzimkova 10, Karl 3. Totals 13 2-5 29.

HEDGESVILLE (78)

Ashley 8, Regalbuto 5, Verdi 4, Williams 2, Robinette 4, Shipper 6, Gorman 7, Burkhart 15, Linn 9, Himic 4, Dellinger 10, Grove 4. Totals 34 8-16 78.

Mercersburg9677-29

Hedgesville8222424-78

Three-point goals-Mercersburg 1 (Lininger), Hedgesville 2 (Regalbuto, Linn).


* BOYS SQUASH
Episcopal 8, Mercersburg 1


ALEXANDRIA, Va. - Scott Lindquist won 3-2 at No. 5 singles for the Blue Storm's only point.


* PREP WRESTLING
No. 3 Walkersville 63, TJ 6


WALKERSVILLE, Md. - Walkersville swept through except for a Dan Ellis pin at 275 to improve to 8-1.

103-Josh Work (W) md. Bobby Workman; 112-Jake Evey (W) p. Alex Foster, 5:17; 119-Chad Cotterman (W) p. Terrance Meyers, 3:03; 125-Dan Caywood (W) by forfeit; 130-Ed Asbil (W) by forfeit; 135-Danny Crumm (W) md. Chris Workman; 140-Mike Smith (W) md. Justin Rodgers; 145-Tim Mulford (W) p. Chad Hooper, :58; 152-Zack McClain (W) p. Dan Lohr, 1:46; 160-Ryan King (W) p. Tim Raymond, :25; 171-Jimmy Francis (W) d. Mark Esmont, 4-3; 189-Billy Burke (W) p. Brenden Walmsley, 2:34; 275-Dan Ellis (TJ) p. Jason Stambaugh, 3:51.

No. 4 North 71, Linganore 3


Dustin McDonough, Kendall Stoner, Jason Carter and Will Mulieri all had pins of 45 seconds or less as North Hagerstown made quick work of Linganore.

McDonough upped his record to 19-4, while Chris Joliet went to 19-2 and Steve Fravel improved to 18-1 for the Hubs (8-2).

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