Area roundup - Blue Devils win on shot at buzzer

November 30, 2003


GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Erick Burkholder hit the game-winning shot with half a second remaining to lift Greencastle past Northern 54-53 for the Blue Devils' first win of the season Saturday.

Derick Wallaston drove on the baseline and took a 10-foot jump shot that rimmed out, but Burkholder was there for the rebound and laid it in for the victory.

Burkholder finished with 16 points and seven rebounds for the Blue Devils (1-1). Wallaston also had 16 points, while Clayton Marquiss had seven rebounds and Chris Kiser had seven assists.


Schuler 30th at Foot Locker

BRONX, N.Y. - Chambersburg senior Kylee Schuler placed 30th at the Foot Locker Northeast Regional girls championship race at Van Cortlandt Park, covering the 5,000-meter course in 19 minutes, 23.1 seconds.


Chambersburg freshman Sarah Morrison finished 121st in 21:11.6. Clear Spring senior Lindsey Banister was 45th in the senior division girls race in 22:06.5.


HCC 94, Harford 79

Terrell Kittelberger led all scorers with 27 points and added eight rebounds for Hagerstown Community College as the Hawks remained undefeated with a win over Harford Community College.

Thomas Johnson had a double-double with 16 points and 13 rebounds, while Andre Brooks had 15 points and nine rebounds for HCC (5-0). Rexson Kenley scored 15 points and Davon Paige had 10.


HCC 83, Wilkes 43

Eariel Gholson led Hagerstown Community College over Wilkes Community College with 16 points, five rebounds, five assists and three steals.

Alicia Romero had 15 points, eight rebounds and five assists, while Dee Brown had 14 points, five rebounds and three steals for the Hawks (4-1).

Shepherd 73, Va. State 71

SALISBURY, N.C. - Gaynell Reese hit a layup with 27 seconds left, lifting Shepherd College to a win over Virginia State in the final of the Catawba Classic.

Cassie Murray led the Rams (2-4) with 24 points, eight rebounds, five blocks and three assists. Reese finished with 19 points, eight rebounds, and two steals, while Ashley van Norden added 14 points and five assists.

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