Railroaders run through Lancers

December 19, 2003


BRUNSWICK, Md. - Brunswick outscored Linganore 16-4 in the fourth quarter and the Railroaders stunned the previously unbeaten Lancers 52-49 on Thursday.

Brunswick (2-3) was perfect from the free-throw line in the fourth quarter, going 4-for-4 - including two key shots by Craig Wachter that put the Railroaders up three points with 11 seconds remaining.

Jason Anderson had a game-high 21 points - eight in the fourth quarter - and added 14 rebounds, while Chad Baker hauled in eight rebounds and Craig Wachter and Cody Hickerson each dished out five assists in the win.

Leif Jackson had 16 points and Joe Alexander had 14 for the Lancers (3-1).

Williamsport 70, S. Garrett 48

WILLIAMSPORT - Phillip Jordan had 20 points and seven rebounds as Williamsport rolled past Southern Garrett to remain undefeated.


Will Roney had 17 points and nine rebounds and Corey Broadwater added 15 points for the Wildcats (3-0).

Evan Lantz had 15 points for Southern Garrett (3-2).

Berk. Springs 74, Hancock 67

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - Matt Rockwell had 24 points and was one of four Berkeley Springs players in double figures as the Indians defeated Hancock.

Tony Belt had 12 points, while Aaron Twigg and Ryan Morris added 11 for Berkeley Springs (1-1). Twigg had 10 rebounds and Rockwell had five blocked shots in the win.

Josh Hendershot led all scorers with 26 points, while Jeff Willison had 16 points and 18 rebounds and Brad Spielman added 12 points and six assists for Hancock (0-4).

Tuscarora 63, Smithsburg 45

FREDERICK, Md. - Malcom Kattes had 17 points as Tuscarora outscored Smithsburg 26-10 in the fourth quarter to keep the Leopards winless.

Drew Crawford had 12 points, T.J. Bowser had 11 and Matt Feiser added eight for the Leopards (0-3). Nathan Steelman had six rebounds and four assists in the loss.

MSD 73, Heritage 70

Drew Kidd had 22 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists for Heritage Academy in a loss to Maryland School for the Deaf.

Chuck Harrell had 16 points and Zack Hartman added 15 points for the Eagles (2-4).

Mercersburg 53, N. Dame 48

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Eric Rahauser had 14 points and Carlos Campos added 11 as Mercersburg Academy defeated Notre Dame in the Mercersburg Rotary Tournament.


No. 6 Southern Fulton 49 Chestnut Ridge 40

WARFORDSBURG, Pa. - Sam Cain had 20 points, seven rebounds and seven blocked shots as Southern Fulton coasted to a Sideling Hill League victory over Chestnut Ridge.

Jessie Wigfield added 10 points and seven rebounds, while Candace Bard made five steals and grabbed a team-high 10 rebounds for the Indians (6-1, 4-1).

No. 7 James Buchanan 58 Shippensburg 50

SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. - Courtney West had 16 points and 18 rebounds, and Susan West added 12 points as James Buchanan ran out to a 20-10 lead after one quarter and held the lead throughout Wednesday's game with Shippensburg.

Amanda Snider had nine points, seven assists and three steals for the Rockets (5-3).

No. 8 Musselman 46 St. Maria Goretti 30

April Kees had 18 points as Musselman built a 26-11 halftime lead and cruised past St. Maria Goretti.

Whitney Rideout added 10 points for the Applemen (2-1).

Jessica Myers had 12 points and nine rebounds and Katie Martin had eight rebounds for Goretti (4-4).

MSD 64, No. 9 Heritage 39

Ursa Rewolinski and Krystal Berrigan had 22 points each in Maryland School for the Deaf's victory.

Heidi Stamper had 15 points and 11 rebounds, and Heather Stamper added 13 points and seven rebounds for the Eagles (5-2).

St. James 42, R. Macon 31

ST. JAMES - Whitney Neilson scored a game-high 14 points for St. James as the Saints picked up their first win.

Katherine Kopp had 12 points and six steals for St. James (1-4).

Belleville Mennonite 52 McConnellsburg 33

BELLEVILLE, Pa. - McConnellsburg hit only 11 of 68 shots from the field (16 percent) and the Spartans fell to Belleville Mennonite.

Tami Ulsh had team highs of seven points and six rebounds for the Spartans (1-4).


Goretti 45, Smithsburg 34


Shepherd 65, Mt. Aloysius 48

CRESSON, Pa. - Danielle Murray had a double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds as Shepherd College evened its record with a win over Mount Aloysius.

Cassie Murray had 10 points and eight rebounds and LaToya Fisher also had 10 points for the Rams (4-4).

Alissa Buchanan had 21 points for Mount Aloysius (2-8).


DeMoss named to Little All-American Team

(Associated Press)

Windener senior defensive lineman Thomas DeMoss was named to the Little All-American Football Team on Thursday.

DeMoss, also selected to the NCAA Division III All-American Team, is a graduate of Middletown High.

The Little All-American Team is comprised of Division II and III players.

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