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Rebels' big three KO Warriors

February 05, 2004

BOYS BASKETBALL



BOONSBORO - David Miner scored 35 points and No. 2 South Hagerstown defeated Boonsboro 88-61 Wednesday night in the MVAL Antietam.

Gene Johnson had 24 points and 11 rebounds, while Jesse Gutekunst added 12 points, 17 rebounds and five blocks for the Rebels (12-2).

Brad Wetzel scored 28 points for the Warriors (3-13).

Cumberland Valley 47 No. 5 Chambersburg 44


NEW KINGSTON, Pa. - Cumberland Valley used the foul line to its advantage, outscoring Chambersburg 18-5 from the stripe, to pull out a Mid-Penn Commonwealth victory.

Cumberland Valley protected its three-point lead by hitting 9 of 16 foul shots in the final eight minutes. In fact, the Trojans outscored Cumberland Valley by 10 points from the field but were outscored by 13 from the line.

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Colby Nitterhouse led Chambersburg (11-10) with 11 points and 16 rebounds while Chas Rahauser added 10 points.

Potomac 69, St. James 38


POTOMAC, Va. - Stanford University signee Peter Prewitt scored a team-high 14 points as Potomac jumped out to a 41-13 halftime lead and never looked back against St. James in a Mid Atlantic Conference matchup.

Jordan Ottley had 15 points for St. James (7-8, 1-6), while Matt Greissing had 14 points, 12 rebounds and three steals.

Berkeley Springs 55 East Hardy 47


BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - Tony Belt scored 16 points, Mark Kelley added 13 and Ryan Morris had 11 for Berkeley Springs (5-7).

Shippensburg 59 Waynesboro 55


WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Kevin Sanders had 11 points and eight rebounds, Earl Hewitt added 11 points and three steals and Scott Livengood scored 11 points for Waynesboro (6-15).

Southern Fulton 55 Tussey Mountain 42


WARFORDSBURG, Pa. - Brock Flowers, Danny True, Will Schriver and Arik Mills each scored 10 points for Southern Fulton in a Sideling Hill League game.

Schriver and True each had 12 rebounds for the Indians (15-4, 10-2).




GIRLS BASKETBALL



Urbana 52 No. 8 Thomas Johnson 49


IJAMSVILLE, Md. - Kem Wilson scored 19 points and had seven steals and six rebounds for Thomas Johnson in an MVAL Chesapeake loss.

Sam Koehl added 12 points for the Patriots (6-8, 3-3).

Catherine Mills and Meredith Tolley scored 16 points each for Urbana.

Boonsboro 55, South 30


Jerica Hewitt led Boonsboro with 21 points, six assists and four steals as the Warriors defeated South Hagerstown in an MVAL Antietam matchup.

Janet Cole had 15 rebounds, Jessie Ambrose and Sarah Keyser scored 10 points each and Caitlyn Selby had nine rebounds for Boonsboro (7-9, 3-5).

Forbes Road 60, Hancock 47


HUSTONTOWN, Pa. - Amber Moats had 10 points and six rebounds, Jennifer Willison added 16 boards and both Jenna Demory and Kris Creek dished out five assists for Hancock (8-7).




MEN'S BASKETBALL



HCC 93, Germantown 71


GERMANTOWN, Md. - Terrell Kittelberger scored 21 points and added nine rebounds for Hagerstown Community College.

Thomas Johnson had 15 points and 10 boards, while Rexson Kenley had 10 points, seven steals, and nine assists for HCC (15-5). Jamal Kittelberger scored 12 points and Andre Brooks added 11.

Wesley 80, Hood 75


DOVER, Del. - Santo Provenzano had 26 points and nine rebounds for Hood College as the Blazers fell in overtime to Wesley College (4-13).

Sean Robine had 13 points and nine boards, Darnell Edmonds scored 13 points and Dennis Tressler had 10 for Hood (8-9).




PREP SQUASH



Mercersburg 6, Gilman 3


MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Ian McClintic, Lane Radbill, Zac Hilton, Rahde Franklin, Lee Banta and Joey Park all won for Mercersburg Academy, which will play in the MAPL tournament this weekend in Lawrenceville, N.J.




BRIEF



Shepherd alumni game


The Shepherd College men's basketball program will host an alumni game Saturday prior to a doubleheader against Ohio Valley.

The men's alumni game will begin at 2 p.m. Shepherd's women play at 5:15 and the men play at 7:30.

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