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Roundup - Frederick's Crews lights up Seneca Valley

December 18, 2002

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GERMANTOWN, Md. - Curtis Crews scored 34 points - making 12 of 14 free-throw attempts - and added 14 rebounds and three steals, leading Frederick to a 77-51 victory over Seneca Valley on Tuesday night.

"That's his season high, but every game he's played pretty well," Cadets coach Derek Shackleford said. "He had 30 one game, 28 one game, so he's averaging about 26 a game. He just plays hard, he's a hard-working kid."

Bradley Wiley had 14 points, eight assists and five steals for Frederick (4-1), which won't get starting forward Elyon Bush back until after Christmas. Bush is nursing a sprained ankle.

"We're excited about the way the kids are playing, and right now we're waiting for Bush to come back," Shackleford said. "The other kids are getting a feel, getting playing time, and we're feeling pretty good."

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FREDERICK (77)

Middleton 7, Wiley 14, Blumenthal 4, McIntyre 8, Crews 34, Steiner 2, Davis 8. Totals 30 15-20 77.

SENECA VALLEY (51)

Erb 13, Basby 6, Stanton 7, Ambush 6, Cameron 2, Frazier 3, Harris 5, Fairfax 4, Mayek 5. Totals 19 13-24 51.

Frederick 16 19 25 17 - 77

Seneca Valley 11 16 10 14 - 51

Three-point goals - Frederick 2 (McIntyre 2). Fouled Out - Steiner.

Sidwell Friends 58, St. James 51


ST. JAMES - Andrew Dewey scored 24 points and added 13 rebounds for St. James (1-4) in the Saints' overtime loss.

Chris Renniger scored 14 points and Nasser Muhammed scored 11 for Sidwell Friends.

SIDWELL FRIENDS (58)

Travers 7, Richardson 12, Jenkins 4, Muhammad 11, Renniger 14, Russu 5, Jordan 2, Peirson 3. Totals 17 21-27 58.

ST. JAMES (51)

Lelchitski 6, Gahan 4, McCormack 2, Mouth 2, Dewey 24, Thomas 4, Douglas 9. Totals 17 14-24 51.

Sidwell Friends 18 15 12 4 9 - 58

St. James 7 22 15 12 2 - 51

Three-point goals - Sidwell Friends 3 (Travers, Renniger, Russu), St. James 3 (Lelchitski, Dewey 2). Fouled Out - Lelchitski (SJ).

St. John's-PH 84, Chelsea 28


FREDERICK, Md. - Jered Lyons and Corey Dorsey each scored 16 points for St. John's at Prospect Hall.

Guyvanns Richards added 14 for the Vikings (5-2). Gonzalo Apparicio had 10 points and Brandon Monroe had 10 steals.

CHELSEA (28)

Tillmon 3, Brown 4, Jackson 4, Juwley 3, White 14. Totals 10 5-8 28.

ST. JOHN'S-PH (84)

Monroe 6, Lyons 16, reshard 14, Potocheck 2, Dorsey 16, Griffon 4, Lizzard 2, Ellis 8, Apparicio 10, Brennen 4. Totals 34 4-8 84.

Chelsea 4 5 9 10 - 28

St. John's-PH 21 16 25 22 - 84

Three-point goals - Chelsea 1 (Tillmon), St. John's-PH 4 (Lyons 4).

Walkersville 55, Williamsport 39


WALKERSVILLE, Md. - Brock McCollum scored 22 points and had 12 rebounds, and Brandon Geppert had 12 points and four assists to lead Walkersville.

Brian Morris had eight points, four assists and three steals for the Lions (2-2, 2-2 Monocacy Valley Athletic League).

Ben Jordan had 14 points and Nick Adenhart scored 11 for Williamsport (1-3, 0-3).

WILLIAMSPORT (39)

Bowers 3, Jordan 14, Roney 4, Adenhart 11, Hose 2, Martin 5. Totals 16 5-17 39.

WALKERSVILLE (55)

Dutrow 1, Geppert 12, Morris 8, Berry 6, Tuck 3, Hannigan 3, McCollum 22. Totals 20 14-21 55.

Williamsport 6 9 12 12 - 39

Walkersville 16 8 18 13 - 55

Three-point goals - Williamsport 2 (Bowers, Adenhart), Walkersville 1 (Geppert). Fouled Out - Hawks (Wa).

Southern Fulton 52, Hyndman 30


HYNDMAN, Pa. - Timmy Keebaugh had 11 points and eight rebounds as Southern Fulton remained unbeaten.

Arik Mills had eight points and Will Whiteside had seven steals for the Indians (5-0, 3-0 Sideling Hill), who got six points from five different players.

SOUTHERN FULTON (52)

Whiteside 6, Flowers 6, Keebaugh 11, Schriver 3, Mills 8, True 6, Truax 6, Ifert 6. Totals 23 1-3 52.

HYNDMAN (30)

Viehl 4, Gardelle 7, Shaffer 6, Corley 6, Johnson 5, Hosselrode 2. Totals 12 5-8 30.

Southern Fulton 18 15 6 13 - 52

Hyndman 9 5 8 8 - 30

Three-point goals - S. Fulton 5 (Flowers 2, Truax 2, Keebaugh), Hyndman 1 (Johnson). JV - Southern Fulton, 31-14 (SF: Josh Merica 8).

Thomas Johnson 66, Liberty 54


ELDERSBURG, Md. - Luke Ledyard had 14 points, 10 rebounds and five assists to lead Thomas Johnson past Liberty.

Demetris Bryant scored 15 points, Colby Jackson had 11 points, Drew Gaeng added five assists and Thomas Richard had five steals for the Patriots (3-0, 2-0 Central Maryland Conference).

THOMAS JOHNSON (66)

Gaeng 2, Jackson 11, Edmonds 2, Thomas 1, Warren 1, Smallwood 4, Richard 9, Bryant 15, Ledyard 14, Fast 7. Totals 26 12-16 66.

LIBERTY (54)

Locklear 10, DeSimone 9, Willard 12, DeChanti 11, Martin 8, Baier 4. Totals 21 7-13 54.

Thomas Johnson 20 22 16 8 - 66

Liberty 7 16 11 20 - 54

Three-point goals - Thomas Johnson 2 (Jackson 2), Liberty 5 (DeSimone 3, Locklear 2). JV - Thomas Johnson, 62-28.




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Williamsport 61, Clear Spring 16


CLEAR SPRING - Amber Taylor scored 11 points and Jackie Hamilton added 10 as Williamsport (3-1) defeated Clear Spring (0-2).

Tawyna Blair scored seven points to lead the Blazers.

WILLIAMSPORT (61)

Gogin 3, Clingan 6, Scuffins 6, Cole 6, Grabill 6, Plotner 7, O'Brien 6, Hamilton 10, Taylor 11. Totals 21 15-28 61.

CLEAR SPRING (16)

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