Roundup - Hawks' offense vanishes at Allegany

February 15, 2004


CUMBERLAND, Md. - Hagerstown Community College headed west on Saturday and forgot to bring its offense onto the team bus.

The Hawks were grounded by Allegany College, scoring just seven points in the first half of a 64-44 loss to the Trojans.

Rexson Kenley had 14 points as the only player in double figures for HCC, which shot 29 percent from the floor.

Sterling Ledbetter had 19 points, Tyronne Beale 13 and Mike Castro 11 to lead Allegany.

Shepherd 99, Davis & Elkins 85

ELKINS, W.Va. - Danley Shank scored 25 points and Mark Jennings and Chad Myers had 21 apiece in Shepherd's win over Davis & Elkins.


Shepherd (13-9, 9-5) shot 69 percent from the field in the first half and led 57-42 at halftime.

Ellis Hopkins scored 24 points to lead Davis & Elkins (3-20, 2-12), which had five players in double figures.

Fairleigh Dickinson 73 Mount St. Mary's 65

HACKENSACK, N.J. - Gordon Klaiber scored 28 points to lead Fairleigh Dickinson past Mount St. Mary's.

Tamien Trent added 17 points to help FDU improve to 8-5 in the Northeast Conference and 13-9 overall.

Mount St. Mary's lost despite shooting 58 percent (26-for-45) from the field. Butler was 8 of 9.


Shepherd 79, Davis & Elkins 68

ELKINS, W.Va. - Cassie Murray had 19 points and seven rebounds to lead Shepherd College to a WVIAC win over Davis & Elkins.

Lindsay Stewart had 15 points and Gaynell Reese added 13 for the Rams (15-9, 10-5). LaToya Fisher had 12 points and 11 rebounds.

Morgan Johnson had 20 points, while Daya Perkins and Grace Cyphert each added 11 for Davis & Elkins (8-15, 5-9).

Hood 83, Mary Baldwin 71

FREDERICK, Md. - Katie Brennan scored a season-high 20 points to lead five Hood College players in double figures and the Blazers remained unbeaten in Atlantic Women's Colleges Conference play with a win over Mary Baldwin.

Mandy Fischer had 16 points and Danielle Allen had a double-double with 14 points and 14 rebounds for Hood (16-7, 10-0). Rita Willis had 13 points and Walkersville graduate Melissa Kolb added 10.

Lynn Malone had 29 points for Mary Baldwin (13-7, 6-3).


No. 2 T. Johnson 64, Urbana 52

FREDERICK, Md. - Clinton Jones led Thomas Johnson with 11 points and 10 rebounds as the Patriots enjoyed a great day at the free-throw line in an MVAL Chesapeake win over Urbana.

Drew Gaeng scored 19 points and J.R. Brady had seven rebounds for Thomas Johnson (15-2, 7-0), who converted 20 of 23 free throw attempts compared to only 6 of 7 for Urbana.

Berk. Springs 72, Hampshire 60

ROMNEY, W.Va. - Tony Belt scored 30 points and Matt Rockwell added 21 for Berkeley Springs as the Indians (7-10, 1-4) avenged a Thursday loss to Hampshire (2-12, 2-5) for their first Potomac Valley Conference win.


Southern Garrett 74 No. 3 Hedgesville 66

OAKLAND, Md. - Jennifer Hoffman scored 18 points, Miranda Reed added 16 and Samantha Guell had 12 for No. 3 Hedgesville (12-4) in the Eagles' loss to Southern Garrett.


Mercersburg takes fifth in state tournament

PHILADELPHIA - No. 1 Mercersburg Academy placed fifth out of 44 schools in the Pennsylvania Independent Schools State Tournament at the Haverford School.

Five Blue Storm wrestlers finished in the top five. Brad Neilson lost 7-5 in the 160-pound final to defending state champion Rick Mascino, finishing second. Brett Galloway finished third at 171, while Josh Edgin gained all six of his victories by fall at 215 pounds to also finish third.

Graham Zifferer placed fourth at 119, gaining his 100th career win in the process, while Ryan Reid ended the day fifth at 145. Edgin, Zifferer and Reid all became two-time state placewinners.


Cougars take second place

FAIRMONT, W.Va. - Alex Tice took second in the 200-yard freestyle in 2 minutes, 12.89 seconds for Jefferson as the Cougars finished second in the West Virginia Region II Championships.


Jefferson second in region

FAIRMONT, W.Va. - Jefferson's Whitney Blume placed second in the 500-yard freestyle in 6 minutes, 25.39 seconds and Laura Lovett took second in the 100 breaststroke in 1:19.65 as Jefferson finished second in the West Virginia Region II Championships.


Goretti 53, Clear Spring 19: David Flank scored 15 points, Chad Bikle had 12 and Ben Allencherry added 11 for St. Maria Goretti (15-0).

Boonsboro 45, Brunswick 37: Mike DeBarge scored 16 points and Vince VanOrden grabbed 12 reobunds for Boonsboro (8-5). Seth Haines had nine points for Brunswick.


Mid-Atlantic Tournament

MIDDLETOWN, Del. - Yoon Chang recorded the only win for Mercersburg Academy in the Mid-Atlantic Tournament.

Chang notched a 3-0 win at No. 4 in the Blue Storm's 4-1 second-round loss to Episcopal. Mercersburg (3-11) lost to Potomac School in the first round, 5-0.


Mid-Atlantic Tournament

WASHINGTON - Mercersburg Academy defeated Madeira 3-2 to earn a fifth-place finish at the Mid-Atlantic Tournament.

Sarah Kagan, Kellie Barrett and Sarah Powell each notched 3-0 wins for the Mercersburg (6-5), which also fell to Potomac 5-0 and Episcopal, 4-1.


Shepherd opener postponed

WINGATE, N.C. - Shepherd College's opening doubleheader against Wingate University was postponed.

The teams will attempt to play the games today at 1.


County Co-Rec Softball

The Washington County Co-Rec Softball League is looking for teams to participate this season. League play starts in May at Pinesburg Softball Park. For more information, contact Gary Lum at 301-790-3960 or Jaime Dick at 240-313-2808.

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