Indians attack in second half to run away from Panthers

December 10, 2004


HANCOCK - Southern Fulton outscored Hancock 43-17 in the second half to turn a one-point halftime advantage into a 66-39 rout Thursday night.

Brock Flowers made 11 of 12 free throws and finished with 17 points for the Indians (3-0), who have outscored oppenents 103-49 after halftime this season. Tyler Elbin had 11 points and Chris Krause had eight in the win.

Jeff Willison had a team-high eight points for the Panthers (1-1). Dustin Jenkins had six assists and Alex Younker had seven steals.

CVCS 57, Grace Academy 40

Cumberland Valley Christian School opened the Mason Dixon Christian Conference slate with a huge margin at the foul stripe to beat Grace Academy.


CVCS (2-3, 1-0) went 17 of 27 while Grace was 2 of 5. David Hardcastle led Grace with 13 points. Adam Romero led CVCS with 20 points and seven rebounds.

Jefferson Cougars Coach: Bob Starkey, 1st year

Last year: 3-17

Returning starters (2): Josh Brown, Jr., G, 6-1; Reyland Newman, So., PG, 5-10.

Remainder of roster: Reggie Creamer, Sr., G, 5-7; Aaron Edwards, Sr., G, 6-0; Carl Williams, Sr., G, 5-10; Brandon Clark, Jr., F, 6-0; Desmond Newman, Jr., G, 5-10; Tehron Jacobs, Jr., C, 6-3; Jordan Hosby, Jr., G, 5-9; Troy Dano, So., C, 6-2; Jeremy Penwell, Fr., 5-11, G; Tyler Hester, Fr., F, 6-1; Vance Hosby, Fr., C, 6-3.


Middletown 73, Brunswick 34

MIDDLETOWN, Md. - Middletown set an early tone, jumping out to a 19-0 first-quarter lead, and the Knights rolled past Brunswick.

Kristen Waeber led Middletown (2-0) with 18 points, while Whitney Boyer added 12.

Diane Wigfield led the Railroaders (0-2) with 12 points, while Alysia Birkholz added nine. Rebecca Golian grabbed 10 rebounds and Alicia Stauffer had five assists.

Northern Bedford 42, McConnellsburg 32

McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - After building a 25-18 halftime lead, McConnellsburg went cold, scoring just one point in the third quarter and six in the fourth, as the Spartans fell to Sideling Hill League foe Northern Bedford.

Hillary DeShong led McConnellsburg (0-3, 0-2) with 11 points, while Trisha Seiders grabbed six rebounds. Guard Emile Ott was forced to leave just two minutes into the game with a leg injury.

CVCS 35, Grace 23

Shaina Liddick scored a game-high 14 points to lead Cumberland Valley Christian School (3-2) past Grace Academy in the Mason Dixon Christian Conference opener for each team.

Megan Cox and Kristin Serafini each had nine points and 11 rebounds for Grace (1-3).


Jefferson sweeps

WOODSTOCK, Va. - Lauren Fields won the 500-yard freestyle in 7 minutes, 8.00 seconds to lead the Jefferson girls (3-1) past Massanutten Academy, 83-5.

The Jefferson boys (3-1) completed the sweep of Massanutten with a 69-23 win. Daniel Whalen led the way, winning the 100 breaststroke in 1:17.34.


Hedgesville 39, North 32: Jacob Riner had 14 points and Zac Clopper added 11 to lead Hedgesville (2-1). Mike McMillan had 10 points and Anthony Lee had six for North Hagerstown (0-1).


Spring Mills 38, Harpers Ferry 24: Corey Galletts had 11 points and Anthony Vanorsdale had nine to lead Spring Mills. Brandon Hyler had 17 points for Harpers Ferry.

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