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Area Roundup

November 25, 2003

BOYS BASKETBALL



Gus Pfeiffer led four players in double figures with 13 points and 12 rebounds and the St. James Saints defeated the Broadfording Lions 73-27 at the Lions Classic.

Matt Greissing had 12 points and 10 rebounds, while Jordan Ottley had 13 points and four steals and Shannon Strange had 13 points for St. James. Matt Orfalea had seven rebounds and four steals, and the Saints' defense totaled 27 steals.




GIRLS BASKETBALL



St. Maria Goretti 79 Highland View 23


Jessica Myers led three Gaels in double figures with 20 points and St. Maria Goretti defeated Highland View Academy in both teams' opener at Broadfording's Lions Classic.

Katie Martin had 18 points and Tasha Deneen added 17 points for the Gaels.




MEN'S BASKETBALL



HCC 84, CCAC 64


Hagerstown Community College scored 49 second-half points and rolled past the Community College of Allegheny County to remain unbeaten this season.

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The Hawks (4-0) started the game with a 15-2 run and held a 36-25 lead at halftime.

Jamal Kittelberger led the Hawks with 15 points, while Andre Brooks added 14 and nine rebounds. Thomas Johnson had a double-double with 11 points and 10 boards.




WOMEN'S BASKETBALL



CCAC 75, HCC 64


Hagerstown Community College committed a season-high 25 turnovers and the Hawks suffered their first loss of the season at the hands of the Community College of Allegheny County.

The Hawks' effort was hampered with a poor performance at the charity stripe. HCC had 31 attempts at the charity stripe, but hit on only 19.

Dee Brown led Hagerstown with 24 points, while Eariel Gholson and Kristy Long each added 11. Long also hauled in eight rebounds and made six steals in the loss.




BRIEF



Bob Starkey Day at Shepherd


Former Shepherd College and current South Hagerstown basketball coach Bob Starkey will be honored during the Rams' game against Hood College on Dec. 20.

Starkey coached from 1968-1988 at Shepherd, posting a 360-203 record, the most wins in Rams' history. His 1975-76 team went 33-3, recording more wins than any team at any collegiate level that season.

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