Eddie Dorsey had 16 points and eight rebounds while Shannon Strange added 15 points, eight rebounds and five assists for St. James (5-7, 3-3 Mid Atlantic Conference).
Calvary 55, CVCS 54
CRESAPTOWN, Md. - Logan Harden had 21 points and Ryan Chaney added 17 and made the game-winning shot with 30 seconds remaining for Calvary Christian (5-6, 2-5) in a Mason Dixon Christian Conference victory over Cumberland Valley Christian on Saturday night.
Jordan McBeth and Charlie Coleman led CVCS (7-7, 3-3) with 11 points each and Scott Levy added 10.
McBeth had eight rebounds, Andrew Larson made six steals and Coleman had six assists.
Hampshire 55, No. 7 Martinsburg 50
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - No. 7 Martinsburg took Hampshire to overtime before scoring only two points in the extra period, falling 55-50 on Saturday.
Iesha Robinson led the Bulldogs (5-5) with 13 points, nine rebounds and three steals. Dominique Ollie added 10 points, Stephanie Hull had 11 boards and LaToya Buckner had eight points, nine rebounds and four assists.
Berkeley Springs 56, Hancock 41
BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - Emily McCoy led Berkeley Springs with 17 points and 11 rebounds as the Indians defeated Hancock in an Apple Valley League matchup.
Rebecca Trump scored 11 points and Ashley Hovermale added five assists for the Indians (8-6, 1-2).
Jennifer Willison had 14 points and 14 rebounds for Hancock (3-7, 0-2). Kris Creek scored 16 points.
Mahaffey wins title
BALTIMORE - Derek Mahaffey, a Waynesboro resident and a senior at Wyoming Seminary Prep School in Kingston, Pa., won the 275-pound title at the Mount Mat Madness tournament held at Goucher College.
Mahaffey pinned St. Marks' Kenny Zell in 3:20 in the championship match after edging Susquenita's Mike Daub 5-4 in overtime in the semifinals. Mahaffey earned pins in his first two matches to reach the semis.
Two Storm girls win consolations
ALEXANDRIA, Va. - Two Mercersburg Academy girls players won consolation titles in the Virnia Juniors Tournament at Episcopal High School.
Kelly Barrett wnet 3-1 to win the consolation bracket in the girls under-19 division, while Medora Hartz went 3-1 to win the under-17.
In boys competition, Lee Banta finished 2-2 and was fourth in boys under-19.