Roundup - Reeling Bulldogs recover

February 17, 2004


INWOOD, W.Va. - Martinsburg posted four players in double figures as the No. 3 Martinsburg routed Musselman for the second time in a week, 82-65 on Monday.

The Bulldogs, who lost three times from Feb. 7-14, beat Musselman 73-42 on Friday.

Brandon Barrett scored 17 points while Nate Sowers had 16, Durell Johnson added 12, and Jeff Horst had 11 for Martinsburg (14-3).

No. 6 Hedgesville 93Bowling Brook 49

HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. - Duncan Williams led Hedgesville with 27 points as the Eagles led 50-16 at halftime in a rout of Bowling Brook.

Dustin Gregory scored 17 points and Matt Deaner added 12 for Hedgesville (14-3).

CVCS 61, Faith 25

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Adam Romero had 17 points and three blocks to lead Cumberland Valley Christian to a rout of Faith Christian Academy.


Jordan McBeth recorded 12 points and eight rebounds while Clint Cubbedge grabbed 13 rebounds and Nathan Zook had seven assists for CVCS (8-11, 6-6 MDCC).

Heritage 60, New Life 51

FREDERICK, Md. - Drew Kidd scored 24 points and Zack Hartman had 20 to lead Heritage Academy (13-8, 10-3) to the Mason Dixon Christian Conference win over New Life.

Sean MacLeod led Heritage with 21 points.


No. 3 Hedgesville 62 Fort Hill 56

CUMBERLAND, Md. - Miranda Reed scored 16 points while Samantha Guell had 14, Ashton Butler had 13 and Tiffany Linn added 10 for Hedgesville as the Eagles (13-4) defeated Fort Hill.

No. 6 Thomas Johnson 49 Linganore 45

FREDERICK, Md. - Abra Like scored eight of her 15 points in the fourth quarter as Thomas Johnson erased a nine-point deficit in the Patriots' MVAL Chesapeake win over Linganore.

Kem Wilson scored 13 points, Erin Dickman had nine rebounds and seven steals, and Sam Koehl added seven boards for Thomas Johnson (11-7, 6-4), who made 8 of 10 free throws in the fourth-quarter rally.

Brunswick 75, Clear Spring 31

BRUNSWICK, Md. - Leah McCallum led Brunswick with 14 points, seven rebounds, and four assists as the Railroaders defeated Clear Spring in the MVAL Antietam.

Diane Wigfield had 14 points and six assists, while Brianne Walters had 12 points, Rebekah McCallum had seven rebounds and Alicia Stauffer added three steals for Brunswick (7-11, 7-4).

Megan Blickenstaff led the Blazers in scoring with 11 points.

Heritage 41, New Life 32

FREDERICK, Md. - Heather Stamper recorded a triple-double with 14 points, 11 steals and 10 rebounds for Heritage Academy as the Eagles pulled out a Mason Dixon Christian Conference win over New Life Christian.

Heidi Stamper added 12 points and 15 rebounds for Heritage (17-6, 10-3). Emily Robold scored 10 points for New Life.

MSD 64, Broadfording 26

Tina Conner had 14 points, seven rebounds, and four assists while Cindel Young added 12 boards and four blocked shots for Broadfording (9-11, 5-6 MDCC).

Berkeley Springs 44 East Hardy 35

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - Danielle Fox scored 21 points and Berkeley Springs set out to a 9-0 lead on the Indians' way to a win over East Hardy (5-11).

Emily McCoy had 10 points and 11 rebounds, and Heather Shaw had six boards for Berkeley Springs (7-10), who made seven of their eight free throw attempts to ice the game in the fourth quarter.


Hood 85, Chestnut Hill 80

FREDERICK, Md. - Santo Provenzano had 29 points and 10 rebounds to lead Hood College to a victory over Chestnut Hill.

Dennis Tressler scored 24 points and Sean Robine added 12 while David Wilson had 10 rebounds and Darnell Edmonds dished out five assists for Hood (11-11).

Shepherd 82, Wesleyan 73

BUCKHANNON, W.Va. - Danley Shank scored 23 points and had 11 rebounds as Shepherd held off West Virginia Wesleyan 82-73 Monday night.

Shank led four players in scoring in double figures for Shepherd (14-9, 10-5 WVIAC).


Shepherd 71, Wesleyan 62

BUCKHANNON, W.Va. - Cassie Murray recorded game-highs with 23 points and 11 rebouds for Shepherd College in the Rams' victory over West Virginia Wesleyan in the WVIAC.

Carrie Kunkel scored 17 points while Lindsay Stewart added 10 points and seven assists, and LaToya Fisher had eight rebounds for Shepherd (16-9, 11-5).

Hood 94, Chestnut Hill 68

FREDERICK, Md. - The Hood College women's basketball team ran its Atlantic Women's Colleges Conference record to 11-0 and clinched the top seed and a first-round bye in the conference tournament with a win over Chestnut Hill.

Hood's three seniors, Katie Brennan, Mandy Fischer and Melissa Kolb, combined to score 55 points, led by Brennan's career-high 28.

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