Area roundup - Eagles rout Cougars

February 14, 2004


HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. - No. 3 Hedgesville jumped out to a 21-6 first-quarter lead against No. 7 Jefferson and continued to pile on points Thursday night, routing the Cougars for the second time in three days, 69-35 .

Natasha Redman had 11 points, while Sam Guell and Jenny Finafrock each added 10 for Hedgesville (12-3), which defeated Jefferson 68-40 on Tuesday.

Amy Warnick had 11 points for the Cougars (11-6).

No. 6 TJ 65, Westminster 59

FREDERICK, Md. - Thomas Johnson dominated the boards to create several offensive putback opportunities and the Patriots notched an MVAL Chesapeake win over Westminster.

Kem Wilson had 25 points, eight rebounds and five steals and Sam Koehl had 17 points and seven rebounds for TJ (10-6, 5-3), which never trailed. Abra Like added 10 points in the win.


Jen Walkling led Westminster with 23 points.

No. 8 Catoctin 76 Clear Spring 25

CLEAR SPRING - Emily Balogh scored 24 points and added eight steals as the Cougars defeated Clear Spring in the MVAL Antietam.

Jessica Blickenstaff added 16 points for Catoctin (10-4, 8-0), while Ashley Metal pulled down nine rebounds.

Jen Hall had eight points and six rebounds for Clear Spring (0-16, 0-9).

Forbes Road 52 No. 9 Southern Fulton 40

HUSTONTOWN, Pa. - Sam Cain had 11 points and eight rebounds and Brandy Swope had 11 points for Southern Fulton (17-7) in a loss to Forbes Road in the Sideling Hill League.

Hillary Tice scored 17 points for Forbes Road (17-7).

Frankfort 77, Berkeley Springs 65

RIDGELY, W.Va. - Julie Cessna had 21 points to lead Frankfort past Berkeley Springs.

Jennifer Cessna added 16 points for Frankfort (16-1), which is ranked ninth in West Virginia Class AA.

Danielle Fox had 24 points and seven assists and Emily McCoy added 18 points and 12 rebounds for Berkeley Springs (6-9).

Heritage 35, Faith 26

Heidi Stamper had 16 points to lead Heritage Academy to a Mason Dixon Christian Conference victory over Faith Christian.

The Eagles (16-5, 9-2) committed just five fouls in the game.

Kristen Williams had a game-high 18 points for Faith (0-13, 0-12).

Broadfording 48, Shenandoah 35

Tina Conner had 23 points, 10 steals and seven assists to lead Broadfording Christian past Shenandoah Christian.

Leslie Brown had 13 points and five rebounds and Cindel Young also grabbed five rebounds for the Lions (8-10).

Stacy Hesson had 16 points for Shenandoah.


No. 10 Clear Spring 73 Catoctin 44

THURMONT, Md. - Alex Tyler had 20 points as Clear Spring cruised past Catoctin in MVAL Antietam action.

Zeb Jacobs had 12 points and Cody Beard had seven assists for the Blazers (13-4, 5-4).

John Tumulty had 13 points for Catoctin (6-9, 4-3).

Heritage 65, Faith Christian 28

Drew Kidd had 19 points, nine rebounds and eight assists to lead Heritage Academy to the MDCC win over Faith Christian.

Chuck Harrell added six points and 10 rebounds for the Eagles (11-8, 8-3).

MSD 70, Hancock 66

HANCOCK - Maryland School for the Deaf rallied from a 13-point halftime deficit to sink Hancock.

Brad Spielman had 21 points and six rebounds for the Panthers (7-12). Josh Hendershot had 11 points, Jeff Willison added eight and Jordan Sterner grabbed six rebounds in the loss.

Towson 58, St. John's-PH 49

TOWSON, Md. - Al Sowers and Jared Lyons each had 15 points, but it wasn't enough as St. John's at Prospect Hall fell to Towson Catholic in the MIAA Conference.

The loss eliminates the Vikings from 'A' division postseason contention.

Corey Dorsey had nine points, while Sam Sentz grabbed eight rebounds for St. John's (4-11, 9-16).


Goretti 63, Williamsport 32: Chad Dikle had 15 points, David Plank 14 and Ben Allencherry 13 for Goretti (14-0). Chad Poffenberger had 13 points for Williamsport.


Williamsport 35, South Hagerstown 23: Samantha Row had 13 points for Williamsport.


Mercersburg 7, St. Timothy's 0

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Mercersburg Academy had five players record 3-0 victories and the Blue Storm posted an impressive win over St. Timothy's.

Kacey Ko, Teresa Wann, Tanya Scholz, Kyle Taylor and Katelyn Wiley each won 3-0, while Jane Choi notched a 3-1 win and Sarah Powell won, 3-2.


Potomac State 97, HCC 64

KEYSER, W.Va. - Erika Alt and Charlisa Cummins each had 26 points as Potomac State College rolled past Hagerstown Community College in the Hawks' final regular-season game.

Alicia Romero had a team-high 16 points and 17 rebounds to lead Hagerstown (14-12). Eariel Gholson had 11 points, five assists and three steals and Veronica Johnson added nine points in the loss.

The Hawks will have an opportunity to rest before returning to action next Friday, when they host the Maryland JuCo tournament. The first-round matchups are yet to be determined.

Shepherd 71, UDC 63

KEYSER, W.Va. - Cassie Murray had 23 points and 13 rebounds to lead Shepherd College past University of the District of Columbia.

Murray moved past Michele Taylor (1,388 points, 1984-88) into second place on the Rams' all-time scoring list. She now has 1,393 career points.

Carrie Kunkel had 18 points, LaToya Fisher added 11 and Lindsey Stewart dished out eight assists for the Rams (14-9).

TaNisha Townsend had a game-high 31 points for UDC (11-13).


O'Flaherty solid at Towson

Towson University track and field athlete Paige O'Flaherty, a former North Hagerstown standout, had her best outing of the indoor season at the UMES Hawk Relays last Saturday, winning the high jump in 1.75 meters and placing second in the 55-meter hurdles (8.93 seconds).

O'Flaherty won the Maryland Class 2A state title in the 100 hurdles for the Hubs last spring.

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