Shenandoah defeates Shepherd, 87-70

December 03, 2004


SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Chris Rone scored 25 points and Onyie Onunaku had 21 points and 19 rebounds to lead Shenandoah University to an 87-70 victory over Shepherd College on Thursday night.

Kenneth Powell added 16 point for the Hornets (4-1), who led 41-40 at halftime.

Darren Stackhouse had 17 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Rams (2-4), while Jonathan Mann had a career-high 15 points and Esosa Imoisili had 10 points and six rebounds.


MSD 81, CVCS 65

FREDERICK, Md. - Derrick Williams scored 21 points to lead Maryland School for the Deaf to a victory over Cumberland Valley Christian.

Davon Cook had 20 points for MSD, which jumped out to a 54-25 halftime lead, while Maurice Colston had 17.

Jordan McBeth had 22 points, eight rebounds and three steals to lead CVCS (0-1), while Adam Romero had 16 points and four assistsa nd Mike Kalathas had 12 points. JV: CVCS, 41-18.



County trio competes in D-II tourney

Three former Washington County standout girls soccer players were members of the Catawba (N.C.) College team that went 16-2-3 and advanced to the NCAA Division II quarterfinals this fall.

Junior defender Lindsay Layman, a Smithsburg graduate, was named to the All-South Atlantic Conference Second Team; junior forward Kyley Thompson, also a Smithsburg grad, had 11 goals and seven assists; and sophomore midfielder Lauren Ebersole, a Clear Spring grad, had three goals and three assists.

Jones at D-III national final

North Hagerstown graduate Corrie Jones was a freshman forward this fall on the highly successful Messiah College team.

The Falcons finished the season 20-1-2. Their only setback was a 3-0 loss to Puget Sound in the NCAA Division III national championship game.

Jones played in 15 games and had one assist.


Broadfording 42, FHS 34

Tina Conner scored 13 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead Broadfording Christian Academy (2-1) over Frederick Home School.

Cindel Young added 10 points and 12 rebounds and Leslie Young had eight points and three assists for Broadfording.

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