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Preps Area Roundup

February 19, 2008

BOYS BASKETBALL



HERSHEY, Pa. - Top-seeded Susquehanna Township beat Greencastle-Antrim 93-85 in a quadruple-overtime thriller in the PIAA District 3-AAA semifinals Monday night.

The fourth-seeded Blue Devils, who trailed 41-37 at the end of third quarter, came back to tied the game at 55-55 at the end of regulation. The contest remain tied at 61-61 after the first overtime period, 71-71 after the second and 81-81 after the third.

Dameatric Scott scored a game-high 39 points and Jordan Gembe added 28 for Greencastle (23-5).

Greg Edwards had a team-high 25 points for the Indians (27-2).

The Blue Devils, who have already clinched a berth to the state tournament, will play Daniel Boone for third place on Thursday at a site and time to be determined.

Jefferson 81, Hampshire 43

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. - Dewey McDonald had 23 points and five rebounds to lead Jefferson over Hampshire in the Potomac Valley Conference.

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Tyler Hester had 10 points and six rebounds, Justin Bryan had 11 points and six rebounds and Charles Yates had eight assists for the Cougars (14-5, 4-3).

GIRLS BASKETBALL



Goretti 45, Williamsport 41

Sarah Spierenburg had a game-high 21 points, six rebounds and three blocks to lead St. Maria Goretti over Williamsport.

Angie Nevarez had nine points and Carissa Grove had nine rebounds for the Gaels (18-11, 1-4).

Morgan Smith had 14 points and Kelly Beard added 13 for the Wildcats (8-12, 4-4).

Frederick Warriors 68, HVA 24

Kimberly Passarelli had a double-double with 24 points and 13 rebounds to lead the Frederick Warriors over Highland View.

Angelique Bogirimvano led Highland View (5-12) with 14 points.

PREP WRESTLING



Three Saints place at states

OWINGS MILLS, Md. - St. James had three placewinners at the Maryland Indpendent Schools state tournament.

Luke Salisbury was sixth at 189 pounds, and Joey Sutch (119) and Patrick Solberg (125) each placed seventh.

Twenty-eight teams scored points at the tournament. Host McDonogh won with 317, while the Saints were 16th with 47.

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