Area roundup - McCollum paces Lions' win

January 30, 2004


MIDDLETOWN, Md. - Brock McCollum had 35 points and 15 rebounds to lead No. 6 Walkersville to a 65-56 win over No. 8 Middletown in MVAL Piedmont Conference action Thursday night.

Dave Berry added seven rebounds, six assists and five steals for the Lions (11-3, 4-0).

Jonathan Hall scored 17 points and Joe Keimig had 11 points, 10 assists and six rebounds for the Knights (9-5, 2-2).

Mount St. Joseph 46, SJPH 28

BALTIMORE - Jared Lyons had nine points and four assists and Sam Senz added five rebounds for St. John's-Prospect Hall (8-13).

Shippensburg 69 Greencastle 50

SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. - Clay Marquiss scored 17 points and Brian Dodson added 13 for Greencastle as the Blue Devils (5-14, 2-8 Mid-Penn Colonial) fell to Shippensburg. Bobby Bastin led the Greyhounds (8-10, 5-6) with 21 points.

Carlisle 62, Waynesboro 55

CARLISLE, Pa. - Scott Livengood scored 16 points, Adam George had 10 points and Bryce Rodgers had 13 rebounds for Waynesboro as the Indians (4-14) lost to Carlisle.


No. 10 Catoctin 70 Brunswick 38

THURMONT, Md. - Emily Balogh had 18 points, nine rebounds, nine assists and eight steals for Catoctin as four Cougars scored in double figures in an MVAL Antietam win over Brunswick.

Sara Wastler had 10 points and six assists while Becky Cuddahee scored 16 points and Jessica Blickenstaff added 14 for Catoctin (8-4, 6-0).

Alicia Stauffer had 15 points, four steals and two assists for the Railroaders (3-8, 3-3), while Leah McCallum added five points, eight rebounds and five assists.

Carlisle 52, Waynesboro 29

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Megan Reed led Waynesboro (0-19) with 11 points.

Randolph Macon 45 St. James 32

FRONT ROYAL, Va. - Whitney Neilson and Katherine Kopp scored 13 points each for St. James (2-7).


Shepherd 90, Bluefield St. 71

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. (AP) - Danley Shank had 24 points and 12 rebounds to lead Shepherd to a victory over Bluefield State.

Shepherd (9-7, 6-3), which shot 62 percent from the floor in the second half, also got 17 points apiece from Mark Jennings and Brady Catlett, 11 points from Esosa Imoisili and 10 from Chad Myers. Catlett had 11 rebounds.

Jerod Patterson scored 18, Marcus Clements added 13 points and Chawn Martin had 12 points and 12 rebounds for Bluefield State (2-15, 2-6).


Shepherd 70 Bluefield State 56

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Cassie Murray had 14 points and six rebounds for Shepherd College as the Rams broke a 27-27 halftime tie to defeat Bluefield State.

Lindsay Stewart scored 13 points and LaToya Fisher grabbed 11 rebounds for Shepherd (12-7, 8-3 WVIAC).

Meagan Repass led Bluefield State (4-13, 1-7 WVIAC) with 17 points.


North Hagerstown 59, South Hagerstown 44: Tom Ulizio and Marcus Scott each scored 12 points for North (6-5). Todd Rideout had 12 points for South.


Goretti 48, Smithsburg 32: Chad Bickle scored 16 points for Saint Maria Goretti, while Logan Bollinger had 15 points and David Plank 12 points for the Gaels (11-0).


Suns extended non-roster invitations to spring training

The San Fransisco Giants have extended invitations to spring training to 2003 Suns players Matt Cain, Brad Hennessey, Erick Threets, Brian Buscher, Jacob Wald and Fred Lewis.

Cain, the Giants' first selection in the 2002 draft, went 4-4 with a 2.25 ERA in 14 starts for the Suns in 2003.

Hennessey was the Giants' top pick in the 2001 draft. The 23-year-old right-hander spent the 2003 season at Hagerstown, posting a 3-9 record with a 4.20 ERA in 15 starts.

Threets combined for a 2-3 record with a 5.61 ERA over 33 relief outings with Norwich and Hagerstown.

Buscher, a third-round selection in the 2003 draft, batted .275 with 26 RBI in 54 games last season with Hagerstown.

Wald, a 23-year-old graduate of George Washington University, batted .217 with 27 RBI for the Suns in 2003.

Lewis, the Giants' second-round selection in the 2002 draft, spent 114 games with Hagerstown, hitting .250 and stealing 30 bases.

Shoaf earns academic honors

College Misericordia junior cross country runner Bethany Shoaf, a North Hagerstown High School graduate, was recently named to the Pennsylvania Athletic Conference All-Academic Team for the fall semester.

HCC reschedules hoops games

Hagerstown Community College has rescheduled two of the Hawks' basketball games that were postponed due to inclement weather.

The women's basketball game against Allegany College has been rescheduled for Feb. 2 at Allegany, beginning at 4:45 p.m.

The men's basketball game postponed Jan. 24 against Frederick Community College has been rescheduled for Feb. 9 at 7 p.m.

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