Southern Fulton 55, Northern Bedford 35
LOYSBURG, Pa. - Jessie Wigfield scored 17 points and Sam Cain had 13 points to lead Southern Fulton over Northern Bedford.
Brittany Beach had 10 points for Northern Bedford.
Poolesville 56, Brunswick 46
BRUNSWICK, Md. - Chris Papanicolas had 12 points and eight rebounds for Brunswick in its season-opening loss to Poolesville.
Bill Bernard had 11 points for the Railroaders (0-1) and Kennard Hueston added eight points and nine rebounds.
Faith 59, FCA 41
FREDERICK, Md. - Justin Way scored 13 points and Chris Apple and Seth Cook each had 10 to lead Faith past Frederick Christian.
Chad Andrews had 20 points for Frederick Christian.
Boiling Springs sweeps Jefferson
BOILING SPRINGS, Pa. - Boiling Springs opened its season by sweeping Jefferson, winning the girls meet 113-67 and the boys, 99-81.
For the Jefferson girls (2-1), Laura Lovett won the girls 100-yard breaststroke in 1:20.13.
Stephen Alemar won the 50 freestyle in 24.51 for the Jefferson boys (2-1).
Potomac State 87, HCC 53
Dee Brown had 21 points and four assists for Hagerstown Community College in its loss to Potomac State.
Erika McDavid had 10 rebounds for the Hawks (5-3) while Nicole Brown had 10 points and seven rebounds.
South High grad honored
Salisbury University junior forward Chris Mills, a South Hagerstown graduate, was named to the All-South Region First Team and is eligible for All-America honors.
Mills finished second on the team in scoring with 15 goals and six assists.
Salisbury finished the season 20-1-3. Its only loss came in the NCAA Division III national semifinals to eventual champ Messiah.
MSD wins invitational
ST. JAMES - Maryland School for the Deaf sent eight wrestlers to the finals and won four titles as the Orioles won the team crown at the Holloway Invitational.
MSD's champs were Mark Cross (135 pounds), Chris Peters (140), Joseph Pfaff (152) and Calvin Doubt (189). Pfaff, who was named Most Outstanding Wrestler, and Peters will compete in the Deaflympics in Australia, Dec. 26 to Jan. 17.
MSD finished with 194 1/2 points. Musselman placed third (141) in the eight-team field, while St. James was fourth (132) and Mercersburg sixth (41).
FRESHMAN BOY HOOPS
Smithsburg 49, Boonsboro 31: Smithsburg beat Boonsboro in the season opener for each team.