Roundup - Catoctin girls oust Brunswick from playoffs

March 02, 2004


BRUNSWICK, Md. - Sarah Wastler led No. 6 Catoctin with 18 points, including five 3-pointers, as the Cougars defeated Brunswick, 76-40, in a Maryland Class 1A West quarterfinal game.

Katie Beth Williams scored 17 points, Emily Balogh added 16, Jessica Blickenstaff dished out seven assists and Becky Cuddahee had seven rebounds for Catoctin (17-4), who will face Poolesville in Tuscarora in the semifinals on Wednesday.

Ashley Love and Leah McCallum led the Railroaders (8-16) with seven points apiece.

No. 7 T. Johnson 43, Lake Clifton 41

BALTIMORE - Kem Wilson scored a team high 12 points and Sam Cole had eight points and seven boards to help No. 7 Thomas Johnson overcome a first-half deficit in its Maryland Class 4A quarterfinal battle with Lake Clifton.

The Patriots (12-11) were down 21-10 at the break but came back to outscore Lake clifton 15-6 in the third period and 18-14 in the final eight minutes to advance to region semifinal play against Woodlawn or Delaney.


Other scores: Class 3A West - Bethesda-Chevy Chase 64, Frederick 58; Class 2A West - Middletown 52, Winters Mill 40.


Shepherd 80, Ohio Valley 56

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Cassie Murray recorded 20 points, 13 rebounds, six assists, five steals and two blocks in her last game at home for Shepherd College as the Rams scored 56 second-half points to defeat Ohio Valley in the first round of the WVIAC Women's Basketball Tournament.

Lindsay Stewart added 10 points, eight assists, five boards, and four steals in the contest for Shepherd (18-10), who will play West Virginia State in quarterfinal action on Wednesday.


Rams' Jennings named All-WVC

PRINCETON, W.Va. (AP) - Shepherd College forward Mike Jennings was named to the All-West Virginia Conference first team.

Jennings, who played at Hagerstown Community College from 2000-01, is joined on the team by West Virginia State's Mike Taylor, the WVC player of the year.

Also on the team were Alderson-Broaddus' Josh Allen, Concord's Brian Atkins and Lewis Muse, Wheeling Jesuit's Terrance Bradley, Salem International's Jason Dunham, the University of Charleston's Carl Edwards and West Virginia University Tech's Philip Godfrey.

Shepherd College sophomore Danley Shank, a Chambersburg grad, was named to the second team.

West Virginia State's Tony Cornett was named the league's top freshman.

West Virginia State's Bryan Poore was named conference coach of the year.


Washington Co. Church Basketball

St. James 56, Smithsburg Valley Baptist 50: Brad Moore scored 18 points and Mike McCauley scored 14 points to lead St. James over Smithsburg Valley Baptist. St. James has gone undefeated in league play for four straight years.


Bonano wins Centennial 400

HAVERFORD, Pa. - Dickinson College senior Emilie Bonano, a South Hagerstown High School graduate, won the women's 400-meter dash in 1:00.52 at the Centennial Conference Indoor Track & Field Championships.

Bonano also took second in the 200 in 27.15.


Teams needed for girls tournament

Teams are needed for the age 14 & under division in a girls basketball tournament to be held Match 5-6 in Inwood, W.Va. There is a minimal entry fee and a three-game guarantee. For information, contact George at 304-279-3344 or 304-229-8172.

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