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Area Roundup

January 12, 2008

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL

FREDERICK, Md. - Hagerstown Community College withstood a second-half scoring barrage from Denise Campbell to remain unbeaten with a 62-59 victory over Frederick Community College on Saturday.

Campbell scored all 25 of her points after halftime for Frederick, but the Hawks prevailed in a nip-and-tuck battle that went to the wire.

Down by two points, Cara Thompson hit a 3-pointer to give HCC a one-point lead before Alicia Myers hit her only 3 to give the Hawks a 60-56 lead. After a Frederick basket, Thompson hit two free throws and HCC held off Frederick in the final eight seconds.

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Shuashanna Faulkner had a pleasing night for HCC with 14 rebounds to help the Hawks to a 42-32 advantage on the glass. She shared scoring honors with Thompson with 10 points.

"It was one of (Faulkner's) better all-around games of the year," said HCC coach Marlys Palmer.

COLLEGE INDOOR TRACK

Hawks at Bucknell Gulden Relays

LEWISBURG, Pa. - Justin Houck finished fourth in the triple jump with a leap of 13.37 meters and Adam Deiseroth took fifth in the weight throw with an effort of 11.18 meters for HCC.

Also for the HCC men, Dustin Adams was sixth in the mile (4:31.76), Ryan Shifler was sixth in the 5,000 (17:42.24), Houck was sixth in the high jump (1.80 meters), Trey Jones was eighth in the weight throw (10.49 meters) and the distance-medley relay team finished eighth (11:14.42).

For the HCC women, Lindsey Hollenshead was seventh in the mile (5:37.05) and Katherine McCormick and Lindsay Mizell tied for eighth in the high jump (1.50 meters).

Clement wins 800

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - Former Hagerstown Community College standout Tony Clement, running for the University of Oklahoma, won the men's 800-meter run at the Arkansas Invitational in 1:51.33.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Rams' Wallace shines in Cactus Bowl

KINGSVILLE, Texas - Shepherd University senior tailback Dervon Wallace helped the East defeat the West 42-13 in Friday night's Valero Cactus Bowl.

Wallace, the two-time West Virginia Conference Offensive Player of the Year, finished with 99 all-purpose yards. He rushed 10 times for 42 yards, returned a pair of punts for 21 yards and notched a 36-yard kickoff return.

YOUTH LEAGUES

Middle School Basketball

Eighth Grade

Smithsburg 35, Boonsboro 25

Smithsburg: Pierre 4, Spickler 4, Knode 1, McSherry 2, Scharenbroch 3, Mendy 11, Heiston 7, Hogue 3.

Boonsboro: Austin 5, Hardy 4, Harwood 4, Lewis 4, Briggs 1, Jardeleza 7.

Springfield 41, Broadfording 12

Springfield: Butts 11, Wise 11, Fridley 6, Drury 4, Myers 4, Byers 2, Linton 3.

Clear Spring 55, St. Mary 40

Clear Spring: Shanholtz 5, Mellott 4, Hovermale 6, Weaver 4, Hill 8, Stride 4, Sensenbaugh 12, Kees 1, Elwood 11.

St. Mary: Palmer 12, Moss 10, Shaper 5, Beal 3, Byard 10.

E. Russell Hicks 44, Hancock 17

Hicks: Prather 9, Muthoka 8, Harmon 8, Davis 7.

Seventh Grade

St. Mary 56, Clear Spring 26

St. Mary: Byard 20, Beal 10, Blenckstone 12, Fahey 4, Hackett 2, Bracken 3, Starliper 3, Younger 2.

Clear Spring: Aaron 10, Elwood 7, Smith 6, Brandt 3.

Boonsboro Youth Basketball

Fifth-Sixth Grade

Barkdoll 30, Thompson Gas 24

Barkdoll: Walsh 16, Hardy 2, Taulton 10, Roland 2.

Thompson: Parks 22, Dillow 2.

Harne 26, Mr. D's 21

Harne: Harne 8, Poffenburger 3, Harsh 2, Lamm 1, Richard 12.

Mr. D's: Digiuseppe 4, Saunders 4, Kidwell 12, Thaggard 1.

KPMG 22, South Mtn. Family Practice 12

KPMG: Itnyre 2, Hardy 2, J. Hoberg 4, Ebersole 2, Higdon 2, Brown 4, Hubbard 4, Doyle 2.

South Mtn.: Turnbaugh 2, Derocher 8, Dickens 2.

Third-Fourth Grade

Youngblood 28, AC&T 26

Youngblood: Mentzer 14, Griffith 6, Duncan 4, Bowles 2, Johnson 2.

AC&T: C. Penn 15, B. Penn 8, Gates 2, Wasilko 1.

Antietam Paving 30, South Mtn. Fitness 23

Antietam: Alex Wetzel 14, Matt Nolan 12, Owen Glass 4.

South Mtn.: Tom Schnakenburg 12, Blake Daugherty 8.

BRIEFS

Shockers softball tryouts

The West Virginia Shockers, a fast-pitch travel softball organization, will hold open tryouts on Feb. 2 and 3 from noon to 4 p.m. indoors at the KOA Camp Grounds in Harpers Ferry, W.Va. Tryouts are open to girls ages 10-16.

For more information, call 304-724-7925 or visit the Web site www.eteamz.active.com/wvshockers.

Diamonds Winter Workout

Phil Caruso - the former head coach at Frostburg State - and a host of other past and present area high school baseball coaches will conduct the Diamonds Winter Workout at the 4-Star Complex in Williamsport.

The camp consists of six Sundays from Jan. 20 to Feb. 24, each lasting from noon until 2 p.m. The camp is open to players ages 8 to 18. Cost is $175 per player or $325 for two. Camp coaches include Fred Kreiger, Dave Warrenfeltz and Brian Smith.

For more information, call Kreiger at 301-416-7314.

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