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Wednesday's Area Roundup

February 07, 2002

Wednesday's Area Roundup



* PREP WRESTLING


No. 9 St. James 57

Brunswick 18

BRUNSWICK, Md. - Jon Moyet improved his record to 26-0, while brother Wil Moyet recorded a 31-second pin to go to 25-2 for St. James.

Troy Townsend improved to 22-4 for the Saints (14-3).

103 - A.J. Blumenthal (B) won by forfeit; 112 - Chris Hale (B) won by forfeit; 119 - Ben Naylor (SJ) won by forfeit; 125 - Dan Gervacio (SJ) p. John Hawkins, 4:42; 130 - Mike Levielle (B) p. Rich Wine, :12; 135 - Jon Moyet (SJ) p. Trey Coates, 5:41; 140 - Wil Moyet (SJ) Talmer Curry, :31; 145 - Troy Townsend (SJ) p. Scott Hale, 3:38; 152 - Yusake Haffeman (SJ) won by forfeit; 160 - Pat Salisbury (SJ) d. Chad Stocks, 16-10; 171 - Alexander Smith (SJ) p. Patrick Curry, 1:13; 189 -Tim Berger (SJ) won by forfeit; 275 - Mo Rodriguez (SJ) p. Scott Bryan, :36.

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MIddletown 44, T. Johnson 22

MIDDLETOWN, Md. - Ryan Tice won a wild 25-17 decision over Bobby Workman at 103 as Middletown (10-9) beat Thomas Johnson.

105 - Ryan Tice (M) d. Bobby Workman, 25-17; 114 - Matt Maddox (M) p. Alex Foster, 1:23; 121 - Mike Schlepp (M) p. Terrence Meyers, 5:23; 127 - Andy Johnson (M) d. Chris Shaw, 6-3; 132 - Chris Workman (TJ) p. Bryan Pope, 3:59; 137 - Mitch Houck (M) d. Justin Rodgers, 19-15; 142 - Alex Stimic (M) p. Brian Scartocci, :59; 147 - Chad Hooper (TJ) won by forfeit; 154 - Andrew Nicklas (M) p. John Valli, 1:09; 162 - Jason Tipaldos (M) d. Chris Fries, 9-1; 173 - Mark Esmont (TJ) p. Colin Blair, 3:07; 191- McCallion (M) by injury default over Jason Foster; 277 - Dan Ellis (TJ) md. Presnell, 11-2.

* GIRLS HOOPS


No. 5 Southern Fulton 78

Hancock 40

WARFORDSBURG, Pa. - Brooke Francis scored 16 of her game-high 20 in the first half as Southern Fulton overwhelmed Hancock early with its press to coast to a victory.

Southern Fulton (17-4) made quick work of the Panthers for a 49-8 halftime lead. Francis, a guard, finished with nine rebounds - including six offensive boards - along with five assists and five steals.

Alicia Barnard led Hancock with 16 points.

HANCOCK (40)

Benard 16, Keefer 3, Beaver 4, Kleinfelter 5, Pittman 4, Mellott 3, Yost 5. Totals 12 14-30 40

SOUTHERN FULTON (78)

True 11, Francis 20, White 15, Mellott 6, Appel 13, Watson 4, Northcraft 4, Wickfield 1, Bard 4. Totals 27 19-29 78.

Hancock442111-40

S. Fulton26231811-78

Three-point goals - Hancock 2 (Bernard, Keefer), Southern Fulton 5 (White 2, Appel 2, Mellott).

Berkeley Springs 77

Clear Spring 24

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - Danielle Fox had 11 points and eight assists and three steals to lead Berkeley Springs over Clear Spring.

Heather Shaw had 15 points and seven rebounds, Meghan Zahnow had 13 points, Megan Close had 12 points and Brittany Sirbaugh had 11 for the Indians (9-10).

Stacey Yeakle had seven points and seven rebounds for the Blazers (0-16).

CLEAR SPRING (24)

Shanholtz 5, Yeakle 7, Blair 6, Bossman 6. Totals 9 5-12 24.

BERKELEY SPRINGS (77)

Smith 2, Fox 11, Close 12, Willard 4, Sirbaugh 11, Zahnow 13, Maslauskas 2, Short 2, Shaw 15, Hensley 1, Miller 2, Nuzzolo 2. Totals 32 12-18 77.

Clear Spring2976-24

Berkeley Springs22182017-77

Three-point goals- Clear Spring 1 (Yeakle), Berkeley Springs 1 (Fox). JV - Berkeley Springs, 53-12 (BS: Amanda Willard, Joy Maslauskas, 10 points).

* BOYS HOOPS


No. 10 Southern Fulton 55

Chestnut Ridge 36

FISHERTOWN, Pa. - Will Whiteside had 14 points and six steals to lead Southern Fulton over Chestnut Ridge in the Sideling Hill League on Tuesday.

Lance Bernhard had 12 points and five assists and Dustin Wills had 11 points for the Indians (18-3, 9-2).

SOUTHERN FULTON (55)

Whiteside 14, Wills 11, Bernhard 12, Myer 7, Keebaugh 8, Steach 3. Totals 19 13-16 55.

CHESTNUT RIDGE (36)

Ickes 12, Way 18, Barefoot 5, Weyant 1. Totals 13 7-9 36.

Southern Fulton19101115-55

Chestnut Ridge17586-36

Three-point goals - Southern Fulton 4 (Bernhard 2, Meyer 1, Steach), Chestnut Ridge 3 (Ickes 2, Barefoot). JV - Southern Fulton, 43-42 (SF: Arik Mills, 12 points).

Tussey Mountain 71

McConnellsburg 35

SAXTON, Pa. - Scott Earley had 10 points, while Steve Weller had eight points and six rebounds for McConnellsburg (14-7, 6-5) in a Sideling Hill League loss to Tussey Mountain on Tuesday.

McCONNELLSBURG (35)

Weller 8, Hill 6, Washabaugh 3, Lininger 5, Kerlin 3, Earley 10. Totals 13 8-16 35.

TUSSEY MOUNTAIN (71)

Holloway 14, Stevenson 17, A. Chamberlain 11, M. Heath 2, Rourke 4, P. Chamberlain 6, Snyder 9, Zimmerman 2, Clopper 4, A. Heath 2. Totals 29 6-16 71.

McConnellsburg96155-35

Tussey Mountain11242610-71

Three-point goals - McConnellsburg 1 (Earley), Tussey Mountain 7 (Stevenson 2, A. Chamberlain 3, Snyder 2). JV - Tussey Mountain, 55-37 (M: Joey Boor 13 points).

* WOMEN'S HOOPS


HCC 91, Harford 87

BEL AIR, Md. - Sara Taylor scored a career-high 18 points as HCC came back from a seven-point halftime deficit on Tuesday to pull out a Maryland JuCo Conference victory over Harford.

HCC turned up the defense in the second half and looked inside to bring itself back. Robin Curley (18-3, 8-2) with 23 points and 16 rebounds while Vennece Fowlkes had 17 points and 21 rebounds as five Hawk women finished in double figures.

HCC's comeback offset 37-point night for Lashauna Cooper for Harford (14-3).

HAGERSTOWN COMMUNITY COLLEGE (91)

Mason 0 0-1 0, Blevins 2 7-12 12, S.Taylor 9 0-0 18, Robinson 9 2-2 21, Whipp 0 0-0 0, Curley 11 1-4 23, Parson 0 0-0 0, Fowlkes 8 1-5 17. Totals 39-80 11-24 91.

HARFORD COMMUNITY COLLEGE (87)

Jasper 8 2-4 19, Cooper 15 4-6 37, Shepherd 2 0-0 4, R.Taylor 8 5-6 21, Chambers 3 0-0 6. Totals 36 11-16 87.

Halftime -- Harford 52, HCC 45. Three-point goals - HCC 2 (Blevins, Robinson); Harford 4 (Cooper 3, Jasper).

* FROSH HOOPS


Girls

Williamsport 30, Musselman 24: Cherie Champ and Melissa Sweigert each had nine points for Williamsport (11-2). Resa Orsini had six points for Musselman.

Catoctin 33, North 24: Denicia Fulton 14 points for North (7-3).

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