Reed's 21 assists lead Hedgesville - roundup

February 01, 2004


HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. - Miranda Reed set a school record with 21 assists in No. 4 Hedgesville's 73-63 victory over Southern Garrett on Saturday.

Samantha Guell scored all 21 of her points in the first half, while Jennifer Hoffman scored 14 points and Tiffany Linn added 12 for the Eagles (10-3).

No. 8 Thomas Johnson 59 Frederick 42

FREDERICK, Md. - Abra Like had a game-high 15 points to go with seven rebounds as Thomas Johnson defeated cross-town rival Frederick.

Kem Wilson added 14 points and 14 rebounds and Sam Koehl added nine points and eight rebounds for the Patriots (8-5, 3-2 MVAL Chesapeake).


Tamarra Weedon had nine points for Frederick (7-7, 3-4).

No. 9 Southern Fulton 83 Hyndman 24

WARFORDSBURG, Pa. - Samantha Cain had 27 points and five rebounds for Southern Fulton.

Candace Bard had 14 points, six boards and five assists while Jessie Wigfield added 13 points for the Indians (15-3, 10-1).

BCA 41, St. James 40

ST. JAMES - Tina Conner had 23 points and 10 rebounds to lead Broadfording past St. James.

Cindel Young had 10 boards and Becca Conner had nine points for the Lions (6-9).

Kathy Kopp had 11 points and Stephanie Twigg had 10 for the Saints.


Southern Garrett 50 Williamsport 47

OAKLAND, Md. - Corey Tressler had 15 points and Andrew Banbogelin added 14 as Southern Garrett slipped past Williamsport.

Will Roney had 13 points, while Ben Jordan had 11 and David Warrenfeltz added 10 for the Wildcats (7-7). Phillip Jordan grabbed six rebounds.

Hancock 62, Grace 47

Jeff Willison had 16 points in Hancock's victory on Thursday.

Jack Sharkey had 16 points, 11 rebounds and four steals for the Knights (5-8). Darren Sweeney added 11 points and nine rebounds.

St. James 67, BCA 40

ST. JAMES - Shannon Strange had 15 points, seven rebounds and four steals as St. James defeated Broadfording Christian.

Matt Greissing had 10 points and was 8-for-8 from the free throw line and Jordan Ottley added 11 points for the Saints (7-7). Brandon Pfeifer came off the bench to score nine points and grab seven rebounds.

Joe Yeager lead Broadfording (5-11) with 14 points.

Waynesboro 53 Greencastle 39

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Jordan Reitz had 17 points to lead Waynesboro to a Mid-Penn Colonial victory over Greencastle.

Earl Hewitt added 16 points for the Indians (5-14, 5-6), who hit on 14 of 15 free throws.

Clayton Marquiss had 12 points and eight blocks for Greencastle (5-15, 2-9).


St. James wins MAC

WASHINGTON - St. James wrestlers claimed five individual titles as the Saints won their second straight Mid Atlantic Conference championship at Maret.

The Saints placed 10 wrestlers in the finals and edged Sidwell Friends for the team title, 200-194.

Austin Persons (103), Rex Salisbury (135), Jimmy Sutch (145), Sam Ashelman (160) and Tim Berger (189) won individual titles for the Saints. Gideon Dodge (112), John Lee (119), Dan Gervacio (125), Steve Lee (130) and Yusake Haffeman (152) finished second in their weight classes.

Mercersburg wins tourney

PHILADELPHIA - Mercersburg Academy placed 12 wrestlers in the top four of their respective weight classes - including three champions - and the Blue Storm won the Interboro Invitational Tournament.

Ryan Reed won the 145-pound weight class with a 3-1 decision over Interboro's Jeff Rodgers.

"It was definitely the most exciting match of the day," said Blue Storm coach Rick Hendrickson. "(Rodgers) was 19-1 heading into the match, so it was a big win."

Brad Nielson (160 pounds) and Josh Edgin (215) also won individual titles. Sam Carrasco (112), Graham Zifferer (119), Bobby Wolford (125), Conor McPartland (140), Brett Gallway (171) and Matt Englehart (189) each had second-place finishes, Nick Mazzei (103) and Alex Appleman (135) were third and Matt Okoh (130) was fourth.


Jefferson 119 Martinsburg 46

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Alex Tice won the 200-yard freestyle in 2:14.31 and the 100 freestyle in 58.37 for Jefferson (8-1).


Jefferson 122.5 Martinsburg 47.5

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Jade Zagarella won the 50-yard freestyle in 29.43 seconds and the 100 butterfly in 1:19.60 for Jefferson (8-1).


Hood College 75 Philadelphia Bible 66

PHILADELPHIA - Santo Provenzano and David Wilson were a solid duo for Hood College, leading the Blazers over Philadelphia Bible College.

Provenzano hit 10 of 13 shots from the floor and scored 25 points, while Wilson hit 6 of 10 on the way to a 20-point effort as Hood evened its record at 8-8.

The Blazers kept the lead for good with four minutes remaining on a 3-pointer and salted the game away at the foul line.

Wilson also had nine rebounds and Brian Morris added eight. Hood shot 57 percent (27-for-47) from the field.


Concord 77, Shepherd 71

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - LaToya Fisher led Shepherd College with 16 points and nine rebounds in the Rams' overtime loss to Concord.

Cassie Murray scored 16 points, while Danielle Murray had 10 boards for Shepherd (12-8, 3-4).

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