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December 15, 2003|by


BOONSBORO - Middletown senior guard John Keimig had the game of his life Saturday as he led the Knights (3-0) to a 94-62 romp over Boonsboro.

The veteran guard scorched the nets for 47 points, a career high and just behind the school record of 50, held by Bob Sheffler, who is still a teacher at Middletown High School.

Keimig struck for 19 points in the opening quarter and followed with periods of 8, 9 and 11. He was 13-for-16 from 2-point range, 5-for-15 from beyond the arc and 6-for-10 from the line. Keimig made it a triple-double with 12 steals and 12 assists.

"He just had everything clicking for himself," Middletown coach Jon Jarrett said. "He had four or five 3-pointers from steals off the full-court pressure."


Senior Brad Wetzel performed well for Boonsboro (1-2) with a 29-point performance.


Chambersburg 47 J. Buchanan 42

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Hilary Addleman had 10 points and Teshia Carter and Brittany Strait had eight points each for the Trojans.

Susan West had 12 points, eight rebounds and three steals, while Courtney West had nine points for JB.


Lisko wins Mid-Penn gold

HERSHEY, Pa. - Waynesboro senior Brian Lisko won the 135-pound title at the Mid-Penn Conference Tournament on Saturday.

Lisko, last year's Mid-Penn champ at 140, topped Carlisle's Tommy Wambold 6-2 in the championship finals.

Waynesboro's Eric Kelley finished third at 140, James Buchanan's Chad Witmer (130) and Erik Corl (189) each placed fifth and Chambersburg's Justin Gipe (215) and Dan Stoner (160) were fifth and sixth respectively.

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