Preps Area Roundup

January 15, 2008


Eric Bowers had two goals and an assist as the Washington County North Stars remained undefeated with a 4-0 victory over the Middletown Knights (5-3) in Maryland Scholastic Hockey League action Monday night at the Hagerstown Sports & Ice Complex.

Paul Stavrakas had a goal and an assist for the North Stars (5-0-2), while Joe Blackwood had a goal, Jack Caleb Barr had two assists and Drew Lowery and Dakota Durning each had an assist. John Weber and Alex Benda combined for the shutout with 25 saves.


No. 2 Greencastle 87, Big Spring 57

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Levie Holman posted a double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds as Greencastle remained undefeated in the Mid-Penn Capital with a win over Big Spring.

Rusty Cordell had 14 points, Trevor Ile had 12 points, Jordan Gembe had 10 points and Mac Frederick had six steals and four assists for the Blue Devils (16-1, 8-0).


Scott Deems had 15 points, Tyler Carns had 12 points and Hayden Coy scored 11 points for Big Spring (4-15, 0-8).

C.D. East 61, No. 5 Chambersburg 45

COLONIAL PARK, Pa. - John Breeden scored 18 points as Central Dauphin East (15-1, 10-1) beat Chambersburg in the Mid-Penn Commonwealth.

Armond Perez had 25 points and 11 rebounds for the Trojans (7-8, 5-6), who have dropped four straight.

Shippensburg 49, Waynesboro 45

SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. - Craig VanScyoc had a game-high 22 points to lead Shippensburg to a Mid-Penn Capital victory. Whit Crabtree added 13 points for Shippensburg (10-5, 4-3).

Trey Brown and Terrell Rickard each had nine points for Waynesboro (8-9, 4-4).

Scotland 73, James Buchanan 60

MERCERSBURG, Pa. - Khalid Gresham scored 21 points and Taj Cousin had 17 points to lead Scotland (10-2, 6-1) to a Mid-Penn Capital victory.

Kris Potter had 19 points, including five 3-pointers, to lead James Buchanan. Macke Hall had 12 points and five rebounds and Josh McCauley scored 11 points for the Rockets (5-11, 1-7).

Everett 53, Southern Fulton 44

EVERETT, Pa. - Brad Swindle had 12 points and Cory Waltman had 11 points as Everett (6-8, 4-5) beat Southern Fulton in the Sideling Hill League.

Lucas Mellott had 16 points and eight rebounds, while Jeremy Clingerman and Jake McCarthy had eight points each for the Indians (10-6, 7-2).


McConnellsburg 40, Hyndman 18

McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. - J.J. Deshong scored eight points to lead McConnellsburg over Hyndman (1-15, 0-9) in the Sideling Hill League.

Courtney McClure had seven points and seven rebounds for the Spartans (6-7, 4-5).

Scotland 38, James Buchanan 36

SCOTLAND, Pa. - Shanei Williams had 11 points and Glendola McCree scored 10 to lead Scotland (2-12, 2-6) a Mid-Penn Capital victory.

Anna Angle had a game-high 14 points and Sarah Harryman scored 10 points to lead James Buchanan (1-15, 0-8).

C.D. East 44, Chambersburg 39

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Danielle Everson scored 11 points to lead Central Dauphin East (14-3, 8-3) over Chambersburg in the Mid-Penn Commonwealth.

Courtney Salmon and Tashia Caldwell each had 10 points to lead Chambersburg (5-10, 3-8).

Big Spring 54, Greencastle 30

NEWVILLE, Pa. - Emily Bower scored 15 points to lead Big Spring (12-5, 6-2) over Greencastle in the Mid-Penn Capital.

Rebecca Rider scored 12 points and Cali Shroyer had five points and seven rebounds for Greencastle (3-14, 3-5).

St. James 55, St. John's 50

SAINT JAMES - Heather Lowery had 24 points and 18 rebounds, leading St. James to an overtime victory over St. John's Catholic Prep.

Caroline Salisbury added six points and seven steals for the Saints (4-10).

Spencerville 55, Highland View 22

Krystle Cartagena scored seven points for Highland View (1-5) in a loss to Spencerville on Saturday.


CORRECTION: MVAL Piedmont scores

Due to a source's error, incorrect team scores were listed in Monday's Herald-Mail from Saturday night's MVAL Piedmont meet. The team scores listed were last year's.

The girls team scores Saturday were: 1. Middletown 138; 2. Liberty 86; 3. Century 72; 4. Winters Mill 42; 5. Walkersville 33; 6. Francis Scott Key 14; 7. North Hagerstown 12; 8. South Hagerstown 6.

The boys team scores were: 1. Middletown 118; 2. Winters Mill 113; 3. Liberty 55; 4. Walkersville 34; 5. Century 29; 6. Francis Scott Key 24; 7. North Hagerstown 17; 8. South Hagerstown 13.

The Herald apologizes for the mistake.

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