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Roundup - Weedon leads County in Coaches' thriller

March 19, 2005

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FREDERICK, Md. - Walkersville's Luther Weedon hit five 3-pointers and led all scorers with 21 points to lead the County to a thrilling 103-93 win over the City in the Frederick County Coaches Association 26th Annual All-Star Classic.

Along with Weedon, six other players helped the County to drain 16 3s. Gonzalo Aparicio of St. John's at Prospect Hall led seven City players in double figures with 14 points.

Tim Abercrombie hit 7 out of 10 3s to win the boys 3-Point Shootout and Lenwood House took home Slam Dunk Contest honors.

n In girls action, the Catoctin duo of Emily Balogh and Sara Wastler combined for 26 points to help the County outlast the City 62-57 for the sweep.

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Balogh scored 15, Wastler had 11 and Brunswick's Leah McCallum added 14 for the County.

Frederick's Amber Campbell led the City with 15 points.

Wastler matched Abercrombie with 7 of 10 3s to win the girls 3-Point Shootout and Walkersville's Kolbi Harrison won the Free Throw Competition, hitting 8 of 10.

Proceeds of more than $3,000 from the All-Star Classic go to the Frederick County Coaches Association Scholarship Fund.

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Jefferson 17, B. Springs 1


BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - Josh Simon and Ryan Collins each had three hits and three RBI for Jefferson as opened its season by pounding Berkeley Springs.

Mike Myers struck out six for the Cougars (1-0).

Jeff Keefer collected the Indians' (0-1) only two hits.

Hedgesville 6 Greenbrier East 3


HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. - Hedgesville scratched out three runs in the third inning and settled in behind pitchers Jason Mumaw and Robert Schroyer to post a win in the Hedgesville Mixer.

The Eagles (1-0) strung three of their six hits together in the inning, scoring on Logan Clark's RBI single, a walk to Daniel Kershner and Josh Lebo's fielder's choice grounder.

Mumaw and Schroyer combined for 13 strikeouts while walking four. Mumaw got the win with nine strikeouts in five innings while Schroyer worked his way out of a game-tying situation in the seventh to get the save.

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