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Wednesday's roundup - TJ slams door again vs. Cadets

February 21, 2002

Wednesday's roundup - TJ slams door again vs. Cadets



* BOYS BASKETBALL


FREDERICK, Md. - Jermaine Thomas set a school record by hitting nine 3-point baskets in 15 attempts, including four in the fourth quarter, to lift No. 1 Thomas Johnson to a 78-43 win over No. 9 Frederick in the Central Maryland Conference and regular season finale for both teams Wednesday night.

The Patriots, playing their fifth game in seven days, led throughout but closed with a rush with 23 points in the final eight minutes, including 15 by Thomas.

TJ (21-1, 14-0) hit 12 of 25 3-pointers as a team in the game.

Thomas added seven rebounds and four assists while Thomas Richard added 20 points and seven assists. Elyon Bush led Frederick (14-8, 10-4) with 11 points.

FREDERICK (43)

Lewis 8, Middleton 7, Bush 11, Steiner 6, Davis 6, Oland 2, Rathod 3. Totals 18 4-8 43.

THOMAS JOHNSON (78)

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Rinehart 1, Gibbs 7, Garner 1, Thomas 37, Naylor 1, Richard 20, Bryant 7, Lenyard 4. Totals 24 18-23 78.

Frederick1311145-43

T. Johnson1992228-78

Three-point goals-Frederick 3 (Steiner 2, Middleton 1), Thomas Johnson 12 (Thomas 9 , Richard 2, Bryant).

No. 2 North 74, FSK 56

UNION BRIDGE, Md. - Tavis Green scored 14 of his game-high 27 points in the second quarter and Scott Rice just missed on a quadruple-double as North Hagerstown closed the regular season with a rout.

Green helped the Hubs (19-3, 16-2 Monocacy Valley Athletic League) to a 41-29 halftime lead. Eugene Taylor came off the bench to hit three 3-point baskets in the fourth quarter to help North to ice the game.

Rice finished with 18 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists and eight steals while Taylor had 11 and Clif Carey added 10 points

NORTH HAGERSTOWN (74)

Rice 18, Harris 4, Taylor 11, Carey 10, Green 27, Branch 2, Reed 2. Totals 30 9-12 74.

FRANCIS SCOTT KEY (56)

Black 23, Gildersleeve 4, Simmons 9, Rutter 6, Sheedy 3, Vaslor 2, Ricketts 9. Totals 19 11-15 56

North17241617-74

FSK1217207-56

Three-point goals-North 5 (Taylor 3, Rice 2), FSK 7 (Simmons 3, Black 2, Rutter, Sheedy). JV-North, 75-60 (North wins MVAL JV title with 18-2, 16-2 record).

Central York 48 No. 5 Chambersburg 44

NEW OXFORD, Pa. - Danley Shank had 19 points and seven rebounds, but the Trojans shot just 3-for-23 from 3-point range and were eliminated from the Class AAAA District 3 tournament in the first round.

Chambersburg (18-8) went 14-for-48 from the field in its last game, as it went just 2-5 in the month of February. Both wins were last-second victories over Martinsburg.

"We were hoping with clean slate we could do what we did last year," Chambersburg assistant John Burgoon said. "But when you're inconsistent it'll jump up and bite you.

"Maybe we should play Martinsburg every game."

CENTRAL YORK (48)

Donnelly 1, Miller 4, Ramp 5, Smith 9, Cerfing 17, Zuver 12. Totals 16 11-24 48.

CHAMBERSBURG (44)

Sleighter 2, Wingerd 2, Shank 19, Shoemaker 8, Hage 2, Sheep 2, Clark 5, Bender 4. Totals 14 13-18 44.

Central York1216119-48

Chambersburg119915-44

Three-point goals-Central York 5 (Smith, Zuver 4), Chambersburg 3 (Shank 2, Shoemaker). Fouled Out-Wingerd, Bender.

* GIRLS BASKETBALL


No. 8 Middletown 67 Boonsboro 24

MIDDLETOWN, Md. - Jenna House had eight rebounds, seven steals and seven points and Danielle Costello added 15 points as the Knights clinched third place in the MVAL.

Aubrey Pfau added nine rebounds and Kendall Ridgley added eight for Middletown (15-7, 13-5). Dani Summers added four assists. Sarah Harris had 12 points for Boonsboro (6-16, 3-15).

BOONSBORO (24)

Daugherty 2, Harris 12, Zentwenger 4, Proudman 1, Williams 2, Myers 3. Totals 6 12-23 24.

MIDDLETOWN (67)

House 7, Summers 3, Mannis 8, Kerstetter 2, Holian 7, Ridgley 9, Moore 8, Pfau 6, Harshman 2, Costello 15. Totals 27 10-23 67.

Boonsboro5667-24

Middletown16171915-67

Three-point goals-Middletown 3 (House, Mannis 2). Fouled Out-Moore. JV-Middletown 69-9 (M: Jill Martin 17, Jessica Metzner 12).

North 42, FSK 24

Amanda McGhee had 13 rebounds, 10 points, four assists and four steals as the Hubs closed the regular season with a win in the MVAL. Christine Ennis added 10 points, six assists and four steals for North (13-9, 10-8), while Katie Stamper added nine points and eight boards.

FRANCIS SCOTT KEY (24)

Mannor 2, Stambaugh 6, Jenkins 5x, Davis 5, Deslatte 2, Jorda 2, Hahn 2. Totals 11 1-4 24.

NORTH HAGERSTOWN (42)

Brown 4, Cobb 4, Berry 2, Ennis 10, McGhee 10, Hammond 3, Stamper 9. Totals 16 10-18 42.

FSK4497-24

North1171113-42

Three-point goals-FSK 1 (Jenkins).

Frankfort 60, Berk. Springs 38

KEYSER, W.Va. - The Indians trailed by just five at halftime, but were outscored 21-8 in the third quarter of the Class AA Region III Section 2 final.

Danielle Fox had 12 points and six assists, while Heather Shaw had 10 boards for Berkeley Springs (10-13).

B. Walsh 58, St. James 26

ST. JAMES - Trailing by just six at the half, the Saints were undone by a 37-point second half by Bishop Walsh. Katie Graham had nine points and Kourtney Logan added seven for St. James (7-11).

BISHOP WALSH (58)

Knight 17, Larkin 3, Coulehan 5, Rowan 23, Earnest 7, Amoroso 3. Totals 21 5-9 58.

ST. JAMES (26)

Eyler 2, Logan 7, Pecoraro 6, Graham 9, Harman 2. Totals 8 6-8 26.

B. Walsh10111621-58

St. James7847-26

Three-point goals-Bishop Walsh 11 (Knight 5, Larkin, Rowan 4, Earnest), St. James 4 (Pecoraro 2, Graham 2).

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