Berkeley Springs ousted in Class AA first round

November 13, 2005


MADISON, W.Va. - Brandon Roberts rushed for 176 yards, including a 2-yard touchdown run in the first quarter, to lead No. 5 Scott past No. 12 Berkeley Springs 21-6 Saturday.

Kevin Mullins had a 14-yard scoring run in the second quarter and Tim Chapman added a 1-yard TD run in the third for Scott (10-1).

Whitehead had a 6-yard scoring run in the second quarter for Berkeley Springs (5-6), which was held to 116 yards of offense.

Thomas Johnson 50 Frederick 0

FREDERICK, Md. - Thomas Johnson ended its season by blasting Frederick on the strength of special teams and defense.

The Cadets (3-7) managed to cross the 50-yard line only once and were held below 100 yards on the day.

Bobby Humphries had two interceptions for the Patriots (6-4) and Jared Krouse recovered a fumble in the end zone. Jerame Duvall added a blocked punt return for a 12-yard touchdown.


St. James 47, Flint Hill 21

OAKTON, Va. - St. James clinched a share of the Mid Atlantic Conference title by beating Flint Hill (4-5, 2-2).

Jimmy Sutch had 291 yards on only 13 rushes - an average of 22 yards per carry - for the Saints (7-2, 3-1). He had three touchdowns, including scoring runs of 95 and 89 yards on back-to-back touches. Sutch ended the season with 998 yards rushing and an area-leading 11.0 yards-per-carry average.

Kent Co. 20, Hancock 8

WORTON, Md. - Jaret Trail had 122 yards and a touchdown, but Hancock fell to Kent County, which entered the game on a 25-game losing streak.

Trail finished the season among the Tri-State area leaders in rushing attempts (214) and yards (1298). The Panthers (3-7) lost their last four games.


Middletown 1, Parkside 0

COLUMBIA, Md. - Heather Devlin scored an unassisted goal in the first half and Sarah Hess and Rachelle Buhrman combined for four saves as defending Maryland Class 2A state champ Middletown (11-7-1) earned another ticket to the state final, blanking Parkside in the semis.


HCC 76, Wilkes 67

Cristie Bartlett hit all seven of her free throws in the second half to help Hagerstown Community College pull away for a victory in its season opener against Wilkes (N.C.) Community College in the Hagerstown Classic.

The Hawks turned to a bigger lineup to gain control of the game. Bartlett combined with Chrissy Minnick and Jamie Robinson to mount the run in the final 10 minutes to win the game.

HCC hit 12 of 18 foul shots in the second half while Wilkes only managed three tries, hitting two. The Hawks trailed 36-33 at the half.

Bartlett finished with 21 points and nine rebounds while Robinson added 12 points and seven rebounds. Sam Cain, Heidi Stull and Ericka Williams each had 10 points.

Cherale Powell led Wilkes with 28 points while Chifine Reed added 10.

HCC faces Cincinnati State, a JuCo Division I school, today at 3 p.m. in the second day of the mixer. Allegany faces Wilkes at 1.

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