Roundup - Heritage boys, girls sweep ACSI district crowns

March 07, 2004


Drew Kidd recorded a triple-double with 17 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists Saturday to lead Heritage Academy to over Grace Academy to win the Association of Christian Schools Division II district title.

The Eagles (18-10) jumped out to a 16-5 lead after one period and maintained a cushion throughout the game.

Zack Hartman led Heritage with 20 points and Chuck Harrell added 11.

Jack Sharkey had 17 points and Darren Sweeney added 11 for Grace (12-13).

Both teams advance to the ACSI National Tournament in Philadelphia on Friday.

Frankfort 57, B. Springs 44

ROMNEY, W.Va. - Johnny Markley scored nine of his 15 points in the third quarter as Frankfort pulled away in the second half for a victory over Berkeley Springs in the West Virginia Class AA Region II, Section 2 final played at Keyser High School.

The Indians (9-14) trailed 23-22 at the half until Markley led a 20-11 third-quarter run to assume a 10-point lead.


Conner Oaks led Frankfort with 17 points. Tony Belt led Berkeley Springs with 17 points.


Heritage 49, Pittsburgh East Chr. 41

Heidi Stamper scored seven of Heritage's 10 points in the second quarter as the Eagles took a 10-point halftime lead, leading to a victory over Pittsburgh East Christian School for the Association of Christian Schools International District II championship.

Stamper finished with a game-high 13 points along with 19 rebounds and five steals. Heather Stamper added 10 points and Jamie Dudeck had five assists.

Both teams advance to the ACSI Championship in Philadelphia on Friday.

Broadfording 56, Grace 28

Tina Conner scored 22 of her 28 points in the first half to lead Broadfording Christian Academy to a victory over Grace Academy to win the ACSI District II consolation game.

Broadfording (11-17) led 29-9 at the half.

Conners also had nine rebounds and four assists while Cindel Young had 10 rebounds and Emily Stransky added eight boards.


Lisko finishes sixth

HERSHEY, Pa. - Waynesboro's Brian Lisko's quest for a PIAA Class AAA state championship ended with a sixth-place finish on Saturday.

Lisko, who lost in the consolation semifinals late Friday, was lost 3-2 to John Paukovits of Northampton in the fifth-place match.

Lisko was the only area wrestler competing in the state championships.


HCC 8, Burlington 0

UConn-AP 8, HCC 7

COCOA, Fla. - Colby Rickabaugh had four hits and drove in four runs as a trio of Hagerstown Community College pitchers fired a no-hittier in a 8-0 win over Burlington (N.J.) Community College Saturday in the first day of the Cocoa Blast Tournament.

Rickabaugh had a two-run single in the Hawks' three-run first and run-scoring hits in the fourth and fifth.

Winning pitcher Adam Lorson, Cole Bellon and Brad Brandt combined on the no-hitter. Lorson struck out five in his five innings.

In the nightcap, UConn-Avery Point scored the winning run on a passed ball in the seventh, ending HCC's comeback try from a 7-4 deficit.

Travis Hebron had a two-run single in the first and Ryan Harju added an RBI triple in the sixth for HCC (1-1).

Shepherd 9, SUNY-Oswego 0

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va - Joe Cook led Shepherd College with two hits and three RBI as the Rams downed SUNY-Oswego.

Tavis Laws also had two hits and scored three times for the Rams (2-3).


McDaniel 70, College of N.J. 65

WESTMINSTER, Md. - McDaniel College opened the second half with an 18-3 run to erase a three-point halftime deficit to defeat The College of New Jersey in the second round of the NCAA Division III women's basketball tournament.

The Green Terror advance to their first-ever Sweet 16.

Jacqueline Pundt led McDaniel with 16 points and 11 rebounds while Toby McIntire added 15. Kelly Camp scored 15 to give her 1,005 points in her career. Williamsport's Brooke Weimer had four points while Smithsburg's Katy Powell added three.

McDaniel (25-3) will play the winner of the Marymount (Va.) game in the round of 16 next weekend.


HCC's Williams places twice

LAWRENCE, Kan. - Hagerstown Community College's Carmisha Williams placed seventh in the women's high jump with a leap of 4 feet, 11 3/4 inches.

Williams also took seventh in the 60-meter hurdles in a time of 9.07.


Boonsboro 43, Springfield 39: Seth Poffenberger had 18 points and Shane Zbir had eight as Boonsboro beat Springfield in the JV championship game. Michael Russ had 19 points and Antoine Malone had seven for Springfield.

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