Local roundup - Shank shines, but Shepherd falls

January 11, 2004


WHEELING, W.Va. (AP) - Terrance Bradley scored 27 points to lead Wheeling Jesuit past Shepherd 89-83 Saturday.

The loss ruined a stellar outing by Danley Shank, a Chambersburg graduate, who had a career-high 36 points and added 10 rebounds.

Mark Jennings, a Hagerstown Community College grad, scored 19 for Shepherd (4-5, 1-1).

Wheeling Jesuit (8-1, 2-0 West Virginia Conference) made 13 of 24 3-pointers. Ricky Yahn added 15 points and Chris Hootman had 14.

Mount 83, Quinnipiac 70

HAMDEN, Conn. - Landy Thompson scored 35 points to lead Mount St. Mary's over Quinnipiac in a Northeast Conference game.


After trailing by 16 points at the half, Quinnipiac (3-9, 0-2) pulled within five points midway through the second half. But the Mount responded with a 9-0 run and the Bobcats never recovered.

Thompson was 18 of 23 from the free-throw line, breaking the school record for free throws in a game. The previous record was 17.

Rob Monroe scored 24 points and Rashaun Banjo added 14 for Quinnipiac.

Mount St. Mary's (3-9, 1-1) had lost four straight to Quinnipiac and had won just five of its last 43 road games.

Gallaudet 66, Hood 61

WASHINGTON- Robert Haney had 24 points and seven rebounds as Gallaudet University slipped past Hood College in overtime.

Hood's Pete Colwell, a Middletown grad, hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer to send the game to overtime.

The two teams exchanged baskets for most of the extra period, before the Bison (6-6) took control to notch the win.

Colwell finished with six points, while Santo Provenzano had a team-high 19 points and eight rebounds and Sean Robine added 12 points for the Blazers (4-6).


Shepherd 69, W. Jesuit 64

WHEELING, W.Va. - Casey Landrum scored 18 points and Cassie Murray added 15 points and 10 rebounds to lead Shepherd over Wheeling Jesuit in the WVIAC.

Landrum made 8 of 10 shots to follow a 20-point effort in the Rams' previous game against West Virginia Wesleyan.

Murray made 6 of 8 shots, including all three of her 3-point attempts.

Ashana Cowans had 10 points for Shepherd (7-5, 3-1).


Mechanicsburg 54, Waynesboro 38

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. - Earl Hewitt led Waynesboro with 13 points in a loss to Mechanicsburg.

The Indians fell to 3-10, 3-3.


North Hagerstown 41, Boonsboro 36: Jarell Hasan scored 22 points for North Hagerstown as the Hubs beat Boonsboro in overtime. Adam Flook scored 14 points and Vince van Orden had 12 rebounds for the Warriors.

Goretti 53, Brunswick 34: Chad Bikle had 19 points, Logan Bolinger added 16 and Ben Allencherry scored 10 for Goretti (7-0). Grant Wilson had 18 points for Brunswick.

Smithsburg 38, South Hagerstown 32: Andre Hardy had 14 points and Jimmy Bergess scored 10 for Smithsburg (5-2) in the Leopards' victory over South (1-2).


No. 8 Hedgesville 56, Goretti 34

Hedgesville overcame a sluggish first quarter to outscore St. Maria Goretti 19-4 in the second and the Eagles rolled past the Gaels.

Tiffany Linn had 14 points and Sam Guell added 11 for Hedgesville (8-2).

Freshman Jessica Myers led Goretti (6-11) with 12 points. Katie Myers had five rebounds and six assists and Tasha Deneen had four assists.

Forbes Rd. 26, Hancock 21

HANCOCK - Kayla Knepper had 16 points to lead Forbes Road.

Kris Creek had eight points and five steals and Jennifer Willison hauled in 17 rebounds for Hancock (4-5). Amy Barton grabbed eight rebounds.

CVCS 44, Broadfording 26

Tina Conner had 10 points, nine rebounds and six steals, while Cindel Young grabbed 15 rebounds for Broadfording, but the Lions (3-7, 2-3) lost to Cumberland Valley Christian on Friday.


Smithsburg 40, South Hagerstown 9


St. James Invitational

ST. JAMES - James Buchanan won the St. James Invitational, posting a 5-0 record and seven individual class champions.

Cody Chipley (112 pounds), Tony Zanetesse (119), Chad Whitmer (130), Wesley Lynch (140), Dustin Pine (152), T.J. Morris (171) and Eric Corl (189) each won their weight classes. Corl was also named outstanding wrestler of the tournament.

Host St. James placed second at 4-1 with three individual champions. The Saints fell to James Buchanan, 40-36, in the championship match.

Mercersburg sweeps quad

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - The Blue Storm returned to action following a three-week layoff and dispatched Georgetown Prep 44-18, Bishop Ireton 52-21 and Good Counsel, 73-5.

Seven starters claimed three victories each fpr Mercersburg (7-0), including Nick Mazzei (12-3), Ryan Reid (12-2), Brad Nielson (14-0), Brett Gallaway (13-1), Matt Englehart (11-3), Jamar Galbreath (9-5) and Josh Edgin (3-0). Edgin scored two pins in his first action of the season, returning from an injury.


Jefferson boys, girls win

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Jefferson defeated Hedgesville in both the boys and girls meets at Shepherd College.

The Cougars' boys won, 68-25. Alex Tice won the 200-yard freestyle in 2 minutes, 15.31 seconds and the 100 freestyle in 57.18 seconds for Jefferson (7-0).

Hedgesville falls to 2-2 with the loss.

In the girls' meet, Jefferson won, 59-25. Kate Atkinson won the 200 individual medley in 2:47.90 and the 100 backstroke in 1:14.93 for the Cougars (7-0).

The Eagles fall to 3-1.


Indoor soccer tournament currently taking entries

The Essis & Sons Carpets annual indoor soccer tournament will take place Feb. 28-29 at Faust Junior High School and Chambersburg Area Middle School, and is currently accepting entrants for teams.

Entry fee is $100 per team, and rosters are limited to 10 players each. Individual awards will be handed out for the top two teams in the tournament.

For more information, or to enter a team, contact Paul Unruh at 717-263-9500.

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