Arendt shoots Indians to tourney title

December 29, 2004


New Oxford Tournament

NEW OXFORD, Pa. - For the second straight night, Josh Arendt hit the game-winning shot - this one a 15-footer with 25 seconds left - to lift Waynesboro to a 41-39 victory over New Oxford in the New Oxford Tournament championship game Tuesday.

New Oxford had a chance to tie or take the lead, but its shot rimmed out and Arendt was there to grab the rebound as time expired.

Arendt finished with 14 points, while tournament MVP Kevin Kline had 15 points and eight rebounds and Jordan Reitz had five assists.

Great Tri-State Shootout

Hancock 65, Berkeley Springs 47

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - Jeff Willison had 18 points and 23 rebounds as Hancock defeated Berkeley Springs to win the tournament.


Brad Spielman had 16 points, 10 assists and three steals for the Panthers (6-1). Alex Younker had 14 points and three steals, and Willison added four blocked shots.

Tony Belt scored 18 points and Ryan Morris added 11 for the Indians (2-3).

Southern Fulton 75, Clear Spring 37

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - Brock Flowers hit four 3-pointers en route to a game-high 22 points as Southern Fulton rebounded from its first loss of the season by thumping Clear Spring in the consolation game.

Josh Merica added 10 points for the Indians (9-1) for their second win of the season over the Blazers (0-6).

Scott Keeney had 14 points for Clear Spring.

Richard E. Doub Classic

Beall 58, Greencastle 55

WILLIAMSPORT - Beall outscored Greencastle 23-14 in the fourth quarter for a comeback win in the championship game.

Carter Dickel led Beall (4-3) with 18 points, while Corey Grieg scored 14.

Jaren Gembe had 22 points and Adam Wiestling had 13 for Greencastle (3-7).

Dickel, Grieg, Gembe and Wiestling were named to the all-tournament team.

Williamsport 64, Boonsboro 37

WILLIAMSPORT - Corey Broadwater, an all-tourney team selection, had a game-high 21 points and David Warrenfeltz scored 13 to lead host Williamsport (1-5) past Boonsboro in the consolation game.

Matt Byers had 13 points for Boonsboro (1-6).

Frederick News-Post Hoilday Classic

Walkersville 89, Meade 76

FREDERICK, Md. - Luther Weedon poured in 33 points, including five 3-pointers, to lead Walkersville (6-1) over Meade in an opening-round matchup at Frederick Community College.

Chris Hannigan collected 18 points and seven rebounds, while Naquan Brown had 13 points and 10 rebounds for Walkersville (6-1). Brandon Geppert scored 10 points, while Dave Berry contributed 12 assists, 10 rebounds and three steals for Walkersville.

Al Robinson had 21 points and Mandel Brown scored 15 for Meade.

Holiday Tournament at Poolesville

Tuscarora 57, Poolesville 52

POOLESVILLE, Md. - Hamilton Woodfolk had 22 points and eight rebounds as Tuscarora overcame a nine-point deficit in the final five minutes to edge host Poolesville.

Malcom Kattes added 15 points, eight rebounds and four steals, while Mitchell Weedon had 10 points for the Titans (6-0), who will face Magruder in the championship game tonight at 7:30.

Gettysburg Lions Club Tournament

Chambersburg 69, Southwestern 32

GETTYSBURG, Pa. - Jonathan Motichka wrapped up tournament MVP honors with 14 points as Chambersburg defeated Southwestern for the title.

Colby Nitterhouse and Chas Rahauser also made the all-tournament team for the Trojans (9-2). Urese Taylor had nine rebounds and three steals, while Alan Bender added six assists.

First United Bank Snowball Classic

St. John's-PH 57, McDonough 48

OAKLAND, Md. - Tanner Ellis had 15 points and Kevin Henry had 13 to lead St. John's at Prospect Hall past McDonough in the semifinals.

The Vikings (6-5) will play Southern Garrett in the championship game tonight at 8:15.

Damascus Holiday Tournament

Wheaton 83, Jefferson 74

DAMASCUS, Md. - Josh Brown had 28 points, but Jefferson was outrebounded 43-26 in falling to Wheaton in the championship game.

Carl Williams and Vance Hosby each added 14 points for the Cougars (4-1), who suffered their first loss under new head coach Bob Starkey. Brown was named to the all-tournament-team.

Andrew James led Wheaton (6-1) with 21 points, while Ricky Goings added 19.

Ron Engle Classic

Middletown 62, Heritage (Va.) 44

MIDDLETOWN, Md. - Tournament MVP Joe Keimig had nine points and dished out 12 assists as Middletown rolled past Heritage (Va.) in the championship game.

Jonathan Hall had 14 points and Patrick Carney added 13 to go with 10 rebounds for the Knights (6-1). Hall and Carney both were named to the all-tournament team.

JB Christmas Tournament

James Buchanan 44, Smithsburg 35

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Shase Hollenshead had 11 points to lead host James Buchanan past Smithsburg in the opening round.

Brandon Bryan had eight points and Josh Pickens added seven to go with six rebounds for the Rockets (6-3), who will play Susquehanna Township in the final tonight at 7:15.

Clay Marquiss had 10 points for Smithsburg (2-3), which will take on York Tech in the consolation game at 3:45.


Lady Patriot Holiday Invitational

Hedgesville 76, Thomas Johnson 53

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