Overtime unkind for No. 10 Hancock

February 11, 2005


KEYMAR, Md. - Jeff Willison had 15 points, 11 rebounds and seven blocks for Hancock, but the No. 10 Panthers were held scoreless by Bowling Brook in overtime and suffered their second loss of the season, 49-37, on Thursday night.

Brad Spielman added seven points, seven assists and four steals for Hancock (16-2).

No. 4 Goretti 58, Loyola 54

Gene Johnson had a double-double with 22 points and 14 rebounds to help St. Maria Goretti defeat Loyola in the Baltimore Catholic League.

Andrew Chambers added 10 points and five steals for the Gaels (17-10, 6-7), who went 12-for-18 from the foul line in the fourth quarter to hold off the Dons (9-16, 2-10). Kevin Brashears had 10 points and four assists.


No. 1 Hedgesville 44, Jefferson 34

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. - Samantha Guell had 19 points, 11 rebounds and three steals and the Eagles opened up the lead with a 12-4 second-quarter run.


Miranda Reed added 15 points and eight assists for Hedgesville (17-2).

Aissa Diehl had 14 points for the Cougars (6-11).

No. 7 So. Fulton 57, Forbes Road 31

WARFORDSBURG, Pa. - Sam Cain scored 19 points and added six rebounds and six assists to lead Southern Fulton over Forbes Road (10-14, 7-9), clinching the Sideling Hill League title for the Indians.

Candace Bard had 16 points and eight rebounds for the Indians (22-2, 15-1), while Jessie Wigfield had 10 points and six rebounds.

Berkeley Springs 48, East Hardy 24

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - Heather Shaw had 22 points and nine rebounds as Berkeley Springs doubled up East Hardy (5-12) in the Potomac Valley Conference.

Emily McCoy added 12 points, five steals and five blocks for the Indians (9-8), while Laci Nine had five steals.

Broadfording 59, Front Royal 36

Tina Conner scored 18 points and had six rebounds, six steals and six assists for Broadfording in the Lions' win over Front Royal.

Emily Stransky added 12 points for the Lions (12-12), while Leslie Brown had eight points and six rebounds.


No. 2 Hedgesville 68, Petersburg 3 Hedgesville 69, Frankfort 9

RIDGELEY, W.Va. - John Crist (103, 112), Danny Armstrong (103,112), Josh Grim (130), Andrew Richardson (135), Andrew Shaffer (140), Dustin Foltz (145), Troy Foltz (152), Jared Sella (160), Justin Everhart (171), Derrick Young (189) and Greg Lyman (215) each won two matches as Hedgesville swept a tri-meet with Petersburg and Frankfort.

Joe Shetler (119), Steve Miller (125) and Charlie Kopp each went 1-1 for the Eagles (29-6).


CSL Basketball

Girls Elementary Division

Homestead Builders 28, Drs. Kramer & Koterwas 11: Sarah Sives had 12 points for Homestead Builders. Rachel Poffenberger scored six points for Drs. Kramer & Koterwas.

El Paso 40, Hott Construction 20: Theresa Dominick led El Paso with 38 points. Alexis Andrukat had 12 points for Hott Construction.


Slo-Pitch Softball umpires meeting

The Pinesburg Slo-Pitch Umpire Association will be holding a registration meeting on Feb. 26 at Fairgrounds Softball Park, beginning at 1 p.m.

To umpire any Slo-Pitch softball game or tournament in Washington County, you must attend this meeting. Registration fee is $50 per person.

For more information, contact Gary Lum at 301-790-3960.

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