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Thursday's local roundup

February 15, 2002

Thursday's local roundup



* WOMEN'S HOOPS


Glenville 58, Shepherd 49

GLENVILLE, W.Va. - Tracy Wyatt scored a game-high 17 points, which included an 11-for-11 performance from the foul line, to lift Glenville to a win over Shepherd in WVIAC action.

The loss snaps Shepherd's nine-game winning streak and extends Glenville's home winning streak to 40 games.

Brianne Hamilton led Shepherd (18-6, 13-3) with 13 points and seven rebounds. Cassie Murray added 10 points, five rebounds, three steals and two blocked shots for Shepherd.

SHEPHERD (49)

Oller 0 0-0 0, Murray 4 1-2 10, Hamilton 3 7-13 13, Cowans 0 0-0 0, Staves 2 4-6 8, Van Norden 3 1-2 8, Siemer 0 0-0 0, Kunkiel 0 0-0 0, Reese 1 1-2 3, Stewart 1 2-2 4, Westervelt 1 1-1 3. Totals 15 17-28 49.

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GLENVILLE (58)

Mortelette 6 0-0 12, Wyatt 3 11-11 17, Triplett 2 0-0 5, McBrien 1 5-6 7, Spence 4 0-0 8, Williams 2 5-6 9, Davis 0 0-0 0, Pettinger 0 0-0 0. Totals 18 21-23 58.

Halftime - Glenville 27-12. Three-point goals - Shepherd 2 (Murray, Van Norden), Glenville 1 (Triplett).

* MEN'S BASKETBALL


Glenville 77, Shepherd 75

GLENVILLE, W.Va. - Tyrone McCann had 26 points to lead Glenville over Shepherd in a WVIAC game. Desmond Tapscott had a game high of 28 points for Shepherd (10-13, 7-9).

SHEPHERD (75)

Tapscot 11-18 0-0 28, Stewart 0-7 0-0 0, Jones 8-15 3-6 19, Davis 4-12 5-6 13, Newsome 0-1 0-0 0, Rheinhardt 3-9 0-2 8, Slanika 1-2 5-6 7, Johnson 0-0 0-0 0, Fanjoy 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 27-65 13-20 75.

GLENVILLE (77)

Liverpool 4-6 5-9 13, Harding 2-6 4-4 8, Tolley 4-9 3-4 14, McCann 12-16 2-4 26, Brown 3-9 3-6 9, Eades 0-0 0-0 0, Portson 0-2 0-0 0, Wolfe 1-2 0-0 2, Christy 1-3 0-0 3, Andy 1-2 0-0 2. Totals - 28-55 17-27 77.

Halftime - Shepherd, 43-40. Three-point goals - Shepherd 8-18 (Tapscott 6-10, Stewart 0-1, Davis 0-2, Rheinhardt 2-5). Glenville 4-12 (Tolley 3-8, Fortson 0-2, Christy 1-2).

* GIRLS BASKETBALL


No. 2 SJPH 50, St. Paul's 30

FREDERICK, Md. - Kenan Cole scored 16 points, while Marta Merkel added 15 points and seven rebounds to help St. John's at Prospect Hall (24-3) beat St. Paul's. Monica Merkel grabbed nine rebounds, while Jen Baker made four steals for St. John's.

ST. PAUL'S (30)

Solomon 1, Sloan 6, Blucher 3, Koch 3, Hall 3, Lang 5, Thieman 7, Smith 2. Totals 11 6-13 30.

ST. JOHN'S (50)

Monica Merkel 4, Schaus 2, Cole 16, Marta Merkel 15, Rakich 2, Henry 3, Brill 8. Totals 22 6-11 50.

St. Paul's5799-30

St. John's1513175-50

Three-point goals - St. Paul's 2 (Koch, Thieman).

No. 4 Southern Fulton 70 Fannett-Metal 34

WILLOW HILL, Pa. - Bethany Mellott collected 24 points and nine steals to help Southern Fulton (20-4) beat Fannett-Metal. Jodi Appel scored 14 points, while Brooke Francis hadd 11 points and nine assists for Southern Fulton. Kelly True grabbed eight rebounds for Southern Fulton.

SOUTHERN FULTON (70)

True 9, Francis 11, White 5, Mellott 24, Appel 14, Spade 2, Northcraft 2, Bard 3. Totals 24 17-21 70.

Fannett-Metal (34)

Bard 25, Varner 3, Runk 2, Hammond 2, Best 2. Totals 13 7-8 34.

Southern Fulton18171421-70

Fannett-Metal14794-34

Three-point goals - Southern Fulton 5 (Mellott 2, Appel 3). Fannett-Metal 1 (Varner).

TJ 44, Goretti 34

FREDERICK, Md. - Vintrina Fulton scored 12 points to help Thomas Johnson (9-10) defeat St. Maria Goretti (14-15). Amanda Jones added 13 rebounds and three assists, while Ashley Burley had six assists for Thomas Johnson.

Kelly Wills scored 12 points, while Katie Chambers added 10 points and six rebounds for Goretti. Heidi Siirtola had five steals and six rebounds for Goretti.

ST. MARIA GORETTI (34)

Siirtola 7, C. Martin 2, Chambers 10, Wills 12, Mothershead 3. Totals 12 7-12 34.

THOMAS JOHNSON (44)

Burley 4, Springer 2, Like 6, Gibbons 8, Dickman 5, Jones 7, Fulton 12. Totals 18 6-9 44.

St. Maria Goretti71359-34

Thomas Johnson158615-44

Three-point goals - Goretti 3 (Wills 2, Siirtola). TJ 2 (Like 2).

* PREP WRESTLING


No. 10 South 70 No. 9 St. James 0

St. James, which wrestled a tri-meet earlier this week and begins its two-day state tournamanet today, opted to send its JV team against South. The Rebels pinned in 10 of 13 bouts, including nine first-period pins. Dan Drury, at 103 pounds, had the quickest fall - 11 seconds - for South (13-7).

St. James is 14-4-1.

103 - Dan Drury p. Zach Thorpe, :11; 112 - Adam Hockensmith md. Ben Naylor, 21-9; 119 - Stephen Copeland p. Rex Salisbury, 1:11; 125 - Anthony Bowers p. John Richwine, 1:16; 130 - Terry Jones p. Alex Bust, :41; 135 - Brandon Ashby p. James Walterdorf, 1:47; 140 - Ben O'Brien p. Francis Jones, 3:55; 145 - Brandon Nigh d. Erick Brooks, 5-4; 152 - Emens Rho p. David Schlossberg, :24; 160 - J.J. Myers p. Taylor Gates, 1:33; 171 - Nathan Mose d. Alex Smith, 6-0; 189 - Sal Mauriello p. Stewart Keegan, 1:32; 275 - Clayton Swisher p. Grayson Bust, 1:37.

* BOYS BASKETBALL


McConnellsburg 99, CVC 68

McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - Weller led McConnellsburg (17-7) with 11 rebounds, five assists, and three blocks against Cumberland Valley Christian.

McCONNELLSBURG (99)

Weller 21, Lininger 24, Hill 9, Washabaugh 18, Ott 2, Burley 17, Bohr 6, Genevie 2. Totals 39 14-19 99.

CVC (68)

Gunnell 4, Snyder 2, Ricks 23, Tornetta 21, Liddick 8, McBeth 10. Totals 26 7-8 68.

McConnellsburg27212724-99

Cumberland Valley13112024-68

Three-point goals - McConnellsburg 7 (Washabaugh 4, Burley 2, Lininger 1). CVC 9 (Ricks 6, Tornetta 3). JV - McConnellsburg, 61-35. (Mike Curlin scored 20 points, Joe Bohr had 18, and Erin Genevie had 15 for McConnellsburg.)

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