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Area Roundup - Patriots' boys remain undefeated

January 06, 2003

BOYS BASKETBALL



FREDERICK, Md. - Thomas Richard had 21 points and nine rebounds as Thomas Johnson (No. 1 Herald-Mail poll) remained one of two area unbeatens with a 75-49 victory over The Heights on Saturday.

Demetrius Bryant had 15 points and six rebounds, while Luke Ledyard had 12 points and six rebounds for the Patriots (8-0).

THE HEIGHTS (49)

Mitchell 4, Bell 2, T. Bell 18, Booth 15, Sellier 1, Kolakowisk 4, Serwens 3. Totals 19 7-11 49.

THOMAS JOHNSON (75)

Gaeng 6, Jackson 3, Edmonds 4, Thomas 4, Warren 2, Smallwood 4, Richard 21, Bryant 15, Ledyard 12, Fast 4. Totals 27 16-18 75.

The Heights 13 11 12 13 - 49

T. Johnson 21 12 25 17 - 75

Three-point goals - The Heights 3 (Booth 2, Serwens), TJ 5 (Gaeng 2, Jackson, Richard 2). JV - TJ, 67-17 (TJ: Luther Weedon 12).

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No. 2 St. John's-PH 54 Linganore 50


FREDERICK, Md. - St. John's at Prospect Hall held Linganore scoreless in the fourth quarter, while connecting on 13 of 14 free throws.

Jared Lyons had 17 points, including a trio of 3-point goals, for the Vikings (11-2).

LINGANORE (50)

Jackson 2, Absolon 4, Alexander 8, Hayes 10, Kauffman 1, Velasco 8, Harker 1, Ferrington 7, Cook 3, Robine 6. Totals 18 13-19 50.

ST. JOHN'S-PROSPECT HALL (54)

Monroe 9, Lyons 17, Richard 12, Dorsey 1, Griffen 2, Blizzard 5, Ellis 7, Aparicio 1. Totals 15 19-29 54.

Linganore 10 21 14 5 - 50

St. John's-PH 16 11 9 18 - 54

Three-point goals - Linganore 1 (Robine), St. John's 5 (Monroe, Lyons 3, Richard). Fouled out - Robine (L). JV: Linganore, 55-44.

Everett 55, Southern Fulton 50


EVERETT, Pa. - Will Schriver had 10 points as the only player in double figures for Southern Fulton, which fell behind 32-18 at halftime and cut the lead to three late before missing an easy inside shot and eventually falling.

Will Whiteside had seven assists and five steals for the Indians (7-3).

SOUTHERN FULTON (50)

Whiteside 9, Flowers 7, Keebaugh 6, Schriver 10, True 6, Truax 8, Mills 2, Wilt 2. Totals 20 7-8 50.

EVERETT (55)

Clerk 1, England 6, Clingerman 10, Garland 17, Miller 19. Totals 23 6-8 55.

S. Fulton 9 9 16 16 - 50

Everett 17 15 9 14 - 55

Three-point goals - Southern Fulton 3 (Flowers, Truax 2), Everett 3 (Miller 3). JV - Southern Fulton, 52-35 (SF: Jay Ifert 12 points).

McConnellsburg 62 Forbes Road 47


HUSTONTOWN, Pa. - Michael Spriggs had 20 points as McConnellsburg (5-5) pulled away in the fourth quarter to beat Forbes Road.

McCONNELLSBURG (62)

Kerlin 6, Mellott 2, Ott 4, Earley 15, Spriggs 20, Boor 13, Thomas 2. Totals 23 16-34 62.

FORBES ROAD (47)

B. Gelvin 4, Snyder 7, Knepper 11, C. Gelvin 5, Newman 17. Totals 17 10-21 47.

McConnellsburg 11 13 13 25 - 62

Forbes Road 7 15 10 15 - 47

Three-point goals - Forbes Road 3 (Snyder, Knepper, C. Gelvin). Fouled out - Boor, Snyder, Knepper, Newman. JV - McConnellsburg, 36-31 (M: Matt Hill and Tyler Smith, 10 points each).

Berekeley Springs 83 Paw Paw 71


BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - Andy Omps had 39 points to lead Berkeley Springs (3-3). Matt Rockwell had 22 points and Tony Belt added 12.

W.C. Wilson had 31 points for Paw Paw (2-4).

PAW PAW (71)

Spencer 7, Largent 4, Saville 2, Garcia 11, Ridgeway 5, Anderson 11, Wilson 31. Totals 25 20-28 71.

BERKELEY SPRINGS (83)

Omps 39, Belt 12, Twigg 6, Russ 4, Rockwell 22. Totals 29 17-26 83.

Paw Paw 16 14 15 26 - 71

Berk. Springs 16 25 15 27 - 83

Three-point goals - Paw Paw 1 (Garcia), Berkeley Springs 5 (Omps 4, Rockwell). Technical fouls - Rockwell, Paw Paw coach.




GIRLS BASKETBALL



No. 7 Goretti 46, Hancock 31


HANCOCK - Tasha Deneen had 15 points and Heidi Mothershead added 11 at St. Maria Goretti defeated Hancock.

Katie Chambers had nine rebounds, Katie Martin had seven rebounds and six assists, and Kelly Wills added eight assists for the Gaels (10-4).

Carrie Beaver led Hancock (1-6) with eight points and six rebounds, while Dana Beaver also had six rebounds.

ST. MARIA GORETTI (46)

Wills 2, A. Mothershead 4, Chambers 7, Deneen 15, Martin 4, H. Mothershead 11, Favret 3. Totals 19 5-8 46.

HANCOCK (31)

Chiaruttini 2, C. Beaver 8, Klinefelter 4, Mallott 2, Power 2, Keefer 2, D. Beaver 6, Demory 2, Moats 3. Totals 14 3-8 31.

Goretti 13 7 16 10 - 46

Hancock 5 4 10 12 - 31

Three-point goals - Goretti 1 (H. Mothershead). JV - Hancock, 38-35 (H: Danielle Weller 9).

No. 10 Hedgesville 49 Hampshire 30


HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. - Miranda Reed had 12 points and Jennifer Hoffman had 10 to lead Hedgesville to a win over Hampshire.

Tiffany Lynn had seven rebounds and Megan Grant had six for the Eagles (5-3).

HAMPSHIRE (30)

Smith 5, Cross 6, Burner 6, Berry 2, Herriott 1, Steifel 6, Bennett 4. Totals 9 10-21 30.

HEDGESVILLE (49)

Reed 12, Grant 9, Shipper 3, Hoffman 10, Himic 4, Lynn 4, Guell 8, Beaulieu 1. Totals 15 18-25 49.

Hampshire 6 7 10 7 - 30

Hedgesville 16 9 17 7 - 49

Three-point goals - Hampshire 2 (Burner 2), Hedgesville 1 (Reed). Fouled out - Dellinger (H).

Grace 34, Washington Bible 14


LANTHAM, Md. - Lauren Durbin and Susanna Hill scored 10 points each, and Hill added 11 rebounds for Grace Academy (4-6) in the consolation game of the Washington Bible College Tournament.

GRACE ACADEMY (34)

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