Campers snuff out North

February 24, 2004|by JACK HILL III

Erin Wilson had 16 points, seven rebounds and four steals to lead Allegany to a 42-30 victory over North Hagerstown in a girls basketball game Monday at North.

"Erin Wilson is a three-year starter," Allegany coach Scott Bauer said. "She does a good job of orchestrating our offense and being a leader. We did a good job of playing defense. Our defense was the key to the win."

The Hubs (8-13) committed 26 turnovers and shot only 24 percent from the floor (11-for-46).

"It is pretty hard to win when you shoot only 24 percent from the field and commit 26 turnovers," North Hagerstown coach Barry Brown said. "Allegany plays very well on defense. We didn't do a bad job defensively. We just couldn't execute well offensively."

Chelsea Clark led North with 13 points and 12 rebounds.

North scored the first bucket of the third quarter to reduce the deficit to 22-19, but the Campers (14-8) reeled off an 11-3 run to stretch their lead to 33-22 at the end of the period.


Allegany (14-8) hit 77 percent (10-for-13) of its free throws.

Erika Earnest added six rebounds and three blocked shots for the Campers.

"Win or lose, I am still proud of them," Brown said. "We are still working to get better and that is what matters most to me. They're out there doing the best that they can."

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