Area Roundup

December 08, 2006


Hagerstown Junior Basketball Elementary Division

Exchange 27, AFSCME 17

Exchange: Kitchen 5, Barry 2, Fiery 2, Miller 4, Mumma 6, Martin 8.

AFSCME: Brown 2, Morris 5, Conrad 4, Seibert 4, Schudtz 2.

Alsatia 37, Prefered Arbor 14

Alsatia: Hampton 2, Anderson 8, Sta. Christy 4, Ste. Christy 8, Freeman 13, Davis 2.

Junior Division

Accent Imaging 56, Hagerstown Lions 32

Lions: Chakan Johnson 4, Jordan Anderson 12, Malik Scott 5, Jordan Jacob 2, Ben Fozora 9.

Accent: Brandon Hess 4, Nick Stubbs 15, Max Stumbaugh 9, Tim Winston 4, Nate Willis 14, Jake Bachtell 10.


Western Enterprise 60, BOD 18

Western: Dominique Dixon 7, Hamad Fields 12, Christian Brockway 4, Ryan Butts 6, Iman Scott 16, Malik Powell 3, Chuck Mellott 8, Wesley Robinson 2.

BOD: Nick Garland 15, Hunter Eyler 3.


Middle school basketball

The Washington County Middle School Boys Basketball League opens its eighth season Saturday at Broadfording Christian Academy. Twelve games will be played on opening day, beginning with the sixth-grade division at 8 a.m. followed by the JV (seventh grade) and varsity (eighth grade) games.

All eight Washington County public middle schools have teams in the league, as do Saint Mary School and Broadfording. Games are played every Saturday through the middle of March at Broadfording.

Md. classifications approved

The MPSSAA Board of Control has approved the proposed classifications for the 2007-08 school year. The new alignments will take effect next fall.

No Washington County schools are affected by the reclassifications. North Hagerstown and South Hagerstown remain in Class 2A West, while Boonsboro, Clear Spring, Hancock, Smithsburg and Williamsport all remain in Class 1A West.

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