Preps Area Roundup

December 04, 2006


Greencastle 60, Susquenita 43

MANCHESTER, Pa. - Jaren Gembe had 20 points, five assists and four rebounds and Jordan Gembe had six points, five rebounds and six assists as Greencastle-Antrim (1-1) beat Susquenita in the consolation game of the Bobcat Tip-Off Tournament at Northeastern.

Norfolk Christian 68, Grace 44

STEPHENS CITY, Va. - Jamie Heckman led Grace Academy with 16 points and 10 rebounds as the Knights fell to Norfolk Christian in the championship game of the Shenandoah Tournament on Saturday.

Zach Koontz, who shared all-tournament honors with Heckman, scored 14 points for the Knights, and Timmy Carver added nine rebounds.

Heckman led the Knights (1-2) with 25 points, 14 rebounds, four steals and three blocks in a 65-42 win over Shenandoah Christian on Friday, while Koontz scored 12 points and Pat Salvagno added nine assists.


McConnellsburg 65, Southern Huntingdon 43

ORBISONIA, Pa. - J.J. Grace had 20 points, 11 rebounds and five assists as McConnellsburg beat Southern Huntingdon to capture its third straight Southern Huntingdon Tournament title.

Russell Glazier had 17 points and four assists and Mike Defibaugh added 10 points for the Spartans (2-0).

Mercersburg 55, Calvary 39

BLUE RIDGE, Va. - Dave Theis had 26 points, 11 rebounds and two blocks to lead Mercersburg Academy to a season-opening victory over Calvary Christian of Norfolk, Va., on Saturday.


Fannett-Metal 55, St. James 31

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - St. James' Heather Lowery had 17 points and 25 rebounds as the Saints lost to Fannett-Metal in the consolation game at the Mercersburg Tip-Off Tournament on Saturday.

Lowery had nine points and 14 rebounds as St. James (0-3) fell 50-24 to eventual champion Montrose Christian on Friday.

Fairfield 49, Greencastle 40

COLONIAL PARK, Pa. - Chelsea Wolff had 16 points and five steals and Sarah Rider had six points, eight rebounds and three blocks for Greencastle-Antrim as the Blue Devils lost in CD East Tip-Off Tournament consolation game Saturday.


Saints McClenning, Sutch win titles

SAINT JAMES - Mike McClenning (112 pounds) and Jimmy Sutch (171) won titles at the Holloway Invitational Tournament, leading host St.James to a second-place finish in the nine-team field Saturday.

Brad Morris (125), C.W. Wollard (130), John Lee (135) and Conrad Dryland (215) each placed second for the Saints, while Sean Orlowski (103) placed third.

Bobby Wolford (145) was the lone champion for seventh-place Mercersburg Academy.

Storm has four champs

BETHESDA, Md. - Mercersburg Academy's Tyler Mort (130), Cody Barrick (145), Nick Mazzei (152) and Alex Appleman (160) were weight-class champions at the Catholic School Individual Round-Robin Tournament on Saturday.

Dan Mazzei (171) was a runner-up and Ethan Cummings (119) placed third for the Blue Storm.


South prevails at SpikeFest

The South prevailed over the North in the inaugural Atlantic Security SpikeFest - which pitted senior all-stars from the West Virginia Eastern Panhandle and southern Washington County against those from southcentral Pennsylvania and northern Washington County - before a sell out crowd Saturday night at Grace Academy.

The South, coached by South Hagerstown's Chuck Weaver and Jefferson's Shan Sell, won the match 25-15, 24-26, 25-20, 25-14, 10-15.

Hedgesville's Virginia Rogus had 42 assists for the South and was named the Spaulding Most Valuable Player of the match. Also for the South, Musselman's Stephanie Wood had 12 kills and two blocks, Musselman's Alyse Custer and Martinsburg's Rachel Hull each had 11 kills, Williamsport's Jess Bennett had 12 digs and South Hagerstown's Chelsea Weaver and Musselman's Danielle Felicio each had 11 digs.

Chambersburg's Cari Cline had eight kills and two blocks for the North, coached by North Hagerstown's Megan Crawford and Cumberland Valley Christian's Emilee Hussack. North Hagerstown's Kierra Nelson had five kills and a block for the North, while North Hagerstown's Brooke Powell had four kills and eight digs, Greencastle's Amanda Ritchey had 11 assists and six aces and Grace's Kristen Serafini had 10 assists and three kills.

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