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February 22, 2007

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL



Powell named Co-Player of the Year

McDaniel College senior guard Katy Powell, a Smithsburg graduate, was named the Centennial Conference Co-Player of the Year, an honor she shares with Muhlenberg senior center Meghan Courtney.

Powell leads the Green Terror this season in scoring (12.8 ppg), field goals (107), 3-pointers (25), assists (67), steals (54) and blocked shots (20).

McDaniel (23-2, 17-1), ranked 19th in NCAA Division III and the winner of 19 straight, hosts the conference tournament this weekend.

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MEN'S BASKETBALL



Breslin named to All-CC 2nd team

Washington College senior forward Joey Breslin, a St. Maria Goretti graduate, was named to the All-Centennial Conference Second Team.

Breslin was the conference's second-leading scorer this season, averaging 19.3 points per game. He finished his career with 1,159 points, tied for 17th all-time at Washington College.




YOUTH BASKETBALL



Hagerstown Junior Basketball Elementary Division

Wellers 38, Larry Allen 35

Wellers: Kennard 2, Jackson 14, Scott 4, Durst 4, Boward 4, King 4, Barr 6.

Larry Allen: Kirlew 2, Eichelberger 1, Fahey 6, Grunberg 4, Cowden 4, Lazach 5, Carbaugh 13.

AMVETS 35, Robinson & Robinson 24

AMVETS: Karlen 5, Steiner 2, Schreiber 3, Spreacher 13, Leatherman 6, King 6.

Robinson: Abbott 3, Strain 1, Myers 6, J. Bennett 2, Vanloan 4, Brooks 4, S. Bennett 4.

Junior Division

PTL 53, Preferred Arbor 27

PTL: Stoner 16, King 14, Miranda 12, Londerback 7, Bens 4.

Preferred Arbor: Hoke 13, Bay 5, Adams 4, Jesse 4, Kubala 1.

Accent Imaging 55, Knights of Columbus 41

Accent Imaging: Stubbs 14, Hess 14, Willis 10, Stambaugh 10, Harris 5, Briggs 2.

Knights of Columbus: Christy 14, Ulizio 11, Gatling 7, Butcher 6, Sines 3.

Clear Spring 7th-8th playoffs

Bullets 63, Nuggets 46

Bullets: Blair 16, Adams 17, Elwood 10, D. Harrison 9, Vincent 4, Kees 4, Weaver 3.

Nuggets: Kesselring 10, Bates 9, Stride 8, Harbaugh 6, Morris 4, Smith 4, Kinna 3, Schilling 2.

Rockets 54, Bulls 41

Rockets: Yost 20, Staley 14, Schildtknecht 6, Leizear 4, Robison 4, Commer 2, Mowery 2, Proctor 2.

Bulls: Shanholtz 10, Schrader 10, McCoy 9, Sensenbaugh 5, Mellott 2, Burgessor 2, Snyder 2, Mentzer 1.

Boonsboro Junior League

Antietam Title 32, Antietam Paving 22

Antietam Title: Kerns 6, Dickens 4, Parks 18, Nolan 4.

Antietam Paving: Coyle 6, Yurish 4, Derocher 2, Mentzer 10.

South Mountain Family Practice 33, Boonsboro Pharmacy 24

South Mountain: Zinaich 15, Carlo 8, Bry. King 6, Bro. King 2, Fishkin 2.

Boonsboro Pharmacy: Hubbard 14, Itnyre 2, Wilt 4, Mathews 4.




HAGERSTOWN SPEEDWAY



Opener delayed a week

Hagerstown Speedway's season-opening races, originially scheduled for Saturday, have been rescheduled for March 3.

Hagerstown will attempt to open with the Octoberfest Qualifier program for late models along with the Northeast big block modifieds on hand for the 30-lap double feature program. Not only will the late model winner get a guaranteed starting spot for the Octoberfest, but the modified winner gets a bonus for the victory as it will also provide a guaranteed spot in the Syracuse mile event set for mid-October. Hagerstown's Octoberfest is scheduled for Oct. 27-28.

Gates open at 11 a.m., warmups begin at 1 p.m. and racing starts at 1:30.




YOUTH TRACK



Mountain Express Track Club

Registration for the Mountain Express Track Club will be held Tuesday in Boonsboro High School gymnasium lobby from 7-8:30 p.m.

For information, contact Jan Price at 301-293-4219 or MizOfficial@yahoo.com.




MEN'S SOFTBALL



Frederick Slo-pitch

Slo-pitch teams interested in playing in the Frederick, Md., area can contact Dennis Shafer at 301-663-5043.

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