Harrisburg bounces JB from Mid-Penn playoffs

February 08, 2005


ENOLA, Pa. - Alicia Myers scored 10 points and added seven rebounds for James Buchanan, but the Rockets (No. 6 Herald-Mail poll) lost to Harrisburg (23-1) 70-26 in the quarterfinals of the Mid-Penn Conference Tournament on Monday.

Courtney Rouzer added five points for the Rockets (16-8).

No. 6 Southern Fulton 59, Everett 38

EVERETT, Pa. - Sam Cain scored 31 points to lead Southern Fulton over Everett (14-7, 11-4) in the Sideling Hill League.

Brandy Swope added 12 points, four steals and three assists for the Indians (21-2, 15-1) while Candace Bard had six rebounds and six assists.

Hancock 46, Goretti 34

Dana Beaver scored 13 points and added nine rebounds and four steals to lead Hancock over St. Maria Goretti.


Amber Moats and Jennifer Willison each scored 10 points and Moats had seven rebounds for the Panthers (7-10, 3-4).

Tasha Deneen scored 24 points for the Gaels (7-18, 1-5).

St. Paul's 66, St. John's-PH 53

BALTIMORE - Marah Strickland had 21 points for St. John's at Prospect Hall in a loss to St. Paul's School for Girls in the IAAM 'AY' conference.

Heidi Mothershead had 13 points for the Vikings (3-21, 2-16) while Elise Boyle had seven rebounds.

Frederick Home 59, Grace Academy 42

Kimberly Passarelli had a game-high 19 points and Caitlyn Trout scored 18 to lead Frederick Home School over Grace Academy.

Trout added 10 rebounds for the Warriors (5-5).

Kristin Serafini had 17 points and 11 rebounds for the Knights (4-14) while Megan Cox had 12 points and 11 rebounds.

Tussey Mountain 68, McConnellsburg 26

SAXTON, Pa. - Trisha Seiders had seven points and nine rebounds, but McConnellsburg fell to Tussey Mountain (16-7, 13-2) in the Sideling Hill League.

Dani Paruch and Mandi DeShong each added five points for the Spartans (4-19, 2-13).

Heritage 66, New Life 55

Jessica Ellis had 20 points, four assists and three steals to lead Heritage Academy over New Life Christian in the Mason Dixon Christian Conference.

Whitney Schlimgen scored 15 points and added 15 rebounds and four assists for the Eagles.

Connie Reginaldi scored 27 points and Jessica Mumaw scored 14 for New Life.


Tuscarora 74, Heritage, Va. 69

FREDERICK, Md. - Mitchell Weedon scored 21 points to lead Tuscarora over Heritage, Va.

Chris Castro and Malcolm Kattes each scored 13 points for Tuscarora (11-6).

Paul Shockley scored 26 points for Heritage.


North Hagerstown 51, Brunswick 34: Mike McMillan had 17 points for North Hagerstown (10-3). Andrew Simpson had 11 points for Brunswick.

Clear Spring 35, Broadfording 31: Brett Turner had nine points for Clear Spring (7-5). Charlie Shank had 14 points for Broadfording.

Smithsburg 50, WIlliamsport 33: Terry Sword had 12 points for Smithsburg (13-1). Kory Harp had 10 points.


Seventh Grade

Northern Middle 48, Broadfording 28: Lewis Dillard scored 19 points for Northern Middle (5-2). Jordan Whitt scored 10 points for Broadfording.

Eighth Grade

Martinsburg North 53, Spring Mills 41: Jordan Reed had 22 points for Spring Mills (9-4).


Jefferson sweeps AVL titles

Jefferson swept the boys and girls team titles Saturday in the Apple Valley League championships at the Hagerstown YMCA.

Laura Lovett won the 100-yard breaststroke in 1 minute, 19.56 seconds, while Michelle Litwin won the 200 freestyle in 2:28.25 for the Cougars' girls, who scored 104 points and claimed the AVL title for the eighth straight time. Hedgesville was second with 75 points, Martinsburg was third with 58 and St. Maria Goretti was fourth with 52.

For the Gaels, Lauren Barton won the 50 freestyle in 27.73 seconds.

Matthew Polonchak won the 100 breaststroke in 1:09.53 and the 200 IM in 2:28.37 to lead Jefferson's boys, who scored 133 points to claim the title in the first year the AVL has held a boys meet. Martinsburg (54 points), Hedgesville (45) and Goretti (38) rounded out the field.

Dondi Ellis won the 100 backstroke in 1:06.29 and Billy Derrick won the 100 freestyle in 53.63 for the Gaels.


St. Francis 81, Mount St. Mary's 71

LORETTO, Pa. (AP) - Darshan Luckey scored 30 points as St. Francis beat Mount St. Mary's to snap a three-game losing streak.

The Red Flash (11-10, 6-6 Northeast Conference) used a 17-0 run bridging halftime to pull away from the Mountaineers, who have lost seven of their last eight.

Charles Cook led the Mountaineers (6-14, 4-7) with 21 points, while Kiel Butler added 19.


Escamilla, Lacy shine for Shippensburg

EAST STROUDSBURG, Pa. - Brunswick graduate Adam Escamilla won the men's shot put with a throw of 48 feet, 4 inches for Shippensburg University at the Dick Deschriver Invitational on Sunday.

Chambersburg graduate Tunisia Lacy placed second in the women's long jump, clearing 17-8.

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