Preps Area Roundup

December 27, 2005


BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - Donnie Lapole had 20 points and seven rebounds to lead Clear Spring to a 62-52 victory over Berkeley Springs in the Great Tri-State Shootout on Monday night.

Scott Keeney had 16 points for the Blazers, while Cody McCarthy scored 14 and Lorenzo Smith had a team-high 10 rebounds.

Foster Sirbaugh led the Indians with 17 points.

The Blazers (3-3) will play Southern Fulton in the championship match tonight at 7:30. Hancock will play host Berkeley Springs at 6 p.m. in the consolation game.

Southern Fulton 45, Hancock 39

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - Colin Watson scored 12 points to lead Southern Fulton past Hancock in the first game of the Great Tri-State Shootout.


Starting point guard Brad Dival added nine points for the Indians (5-1) before suffering a facial injury. Dival collided with Hancock's Dylan Shives in the third quarter. Southern Fulton coach Keith Hendershot said Dival likely will require surgery and will be out for up to a month.

Dylan Shives led the Panthers with 12 points and six rebounds.

Chambersburg 76, South Western 31

GETTYSBURG, Pa. - Jonathan Motichka scored a game-high 15 points to lead Chambersburg past South Western in the first game of the Lions Club Holiday Tournament.

The Trojans led by only three points after the first quarter but held the Mustangs (0-8) scoreless in the second period. Chambersburg led 33-10 at halftime.

Motichka added six rebounds, five steals and four assists for the Trojans (6-2) while Tyler Riley had 11 points, five assists and five steals.

Chambersburg will play tonight at 7:30 in the tournament finale, taking on the winner of the Gettysburg vs. Northern York matchup.

McConnellsburg 73, Turkeyfoot 52

CONFLUENCE, Pa. - David Thomas scored 12 points and had 11 rebounds, four blocked shots and three steals to lift McConnellsburg over Turkeyfoot.

Russell Glazier had a game-high 21 points as the Spartans (8-0) hit 10 3-pointers. Glazier had five of them.

J.J. Grace and Tyler Swisher had 11 points apiece in the win, while Jesse Richardson had 13 rebounds.

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