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Cougars knock off Clarke County, 76-54

December 17, 2004

BOYS BASKETBALL



SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. - Josh Brown had 15 points to lead four Jefferson scorers in double figures and the Cougars rolled past Clarke County 76-54 on Thursday.

Aaron Edwards had 14 points, Jeremy Penwell had 12 and Reyland Newman added 10 for Jefferson (2-0), which set an early tone, taking a 15-point lead after the first quarter. Brown also dished out eight assists, while Tehron Jacobs grabbed seven rebounds.

Heritage 69, Broadfording 44


Seth Thompson had 18 points and Zack Hartman added 10 to lead Heritage Academy past Broadfording Christian in the Mason Dixon Christian Conference.

Brian Sandell had nine points and eight rebounds and Travis Hendershot had nine points and six assists for the Eagles (5-1, 1-0). Ham Stamper also grabbed eight boards in the win.

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Josh Bishop led Broadfording with 17 points.

Urbana 69, South Hagerstown 36


Urbana's Mike Jarboe led all scorers with 12 points, all on 3-pointers, while Joey Brandenburg added 11 for the Hawks in their victory over South Hagerstown.

Domonique Byrd scored 11 points for the Rebels (0-3).




GIRLS BASKETBALL



Mercersburg 41, Sewickley 31


MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Brittany Lattisaw had a double-double with 16 points and 15 rebounds to lead Mercersburg Academy past Sewickley in the Mercersburg Invitational.

Lauren Dobish had eight points, while Kelsey Roman added seven to go with four assists for the Blue Storm (6-2). Alice Walton had eight steals and Lattisaw had four, while blocking three shots.

Katarina Lackner led Sewickley with 15 points.

New Life 47, Frederick Home School 40


FREDERICK, Md. - Abby Bryant had 16 points and Laura Zerbe added 14 to lead New Life Christian past the Frederick Home School Warriors. Carissa Kellogg added nine points for the Rams.

Kimberly Passarelli led the Warriors (3-3) with 23 points and Caitlyn Trout had 12.

Heritage 38, Broadfording 34


Whitney Schlimgen had 12 points and four steals to lead Heritage Academy past Broadfording Christian Academy.

Heather Stamper had 15 rebounds and four steals and Jessica Ellis added 10 points for Heritage (4-1).

Tina Conner led Broadfording (4-4, 2-1) with 16 points, six rebound and seven steals, while Cindel Young had seven rebounds.

Tussey Mountain 54, Southern Fulton 50


SAXTON, Pa. - Samantha Cain had 17 points, nine rebounds, four steals and two blocks for Southern Fulton, which suffered its first loss of the season.

Brandy Swope had 16 points and five assists and Jessie Wigfield added nine rebounds for the Indians (4-1).




PREP FOOTBALL



Indians' Morris named to All-State first team


Ryan Morris of Berkeley Springs was named to the West Virginia Sports Writers Association Class AA All-State Football first team on Thursday.

Morris, a sophomore tight end, was the Indians' leading receiver in 2004, catching 41 passes for 1,028 yards and eight touchdowns.

Indians quarterback Tony Belt and offensive lineman Andy Ryan both received special honorable mention, while wide receiver Tom Munson, running back Cody Hess and defensive lineman Randy Waugh all received honorable mention.

Belt was a Herald-Mail All-Area first team selection as a utility player. He threw for 2,101 yards and 15 touchdowns and rushed for 668 yards and 11 touchdowns.




BRIEF



J.J. Jumper to appear at Shepherd


SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - J.J. Jumper, the official basketball mascot of the NCAA, is to appear at Shepherd University at both the women's and men's basketball games against Wheeling Jesuit on Jan. 8.

The women's game begins at 5:15 p.m. and the men's game starts at 8.

J.J. Jumper will perform throughout the game as part of the NCAA's commitment to promote youth basketball participation and sportsmanship. General admission seating will be free for both games.




FRESHMAN BOYS HOOPS



North 47, Williamsport 42: Mike McMillan had 12 points, Steven Younker had nine and Anthony Lee added eight to lead North Hagerstown (1-1) past Williamsport.




MIDDLE SCHOOL HOOPS



Spring Mills 57, Warm Springs 22: Cory Garletts had 15 points, Jordan Reed had 11 and Maurice Adams added eight as Spring Mills (4-1) rolled past Warm Springs.

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