Preps Area Roundup

Southern Fulton wins District 5-A title

Southern Fulton wins District 5-A title

February 21, 2008


JOHNSTOWN, Pa. - Jake McCarthy scored 21 points and Southern Fulton defeated Shade 42-29 on Wednesday to win the PIAA District 5-A championship for the fourth time in six years.

The Indians (20-7) held Shade under 10 points in each quarter, including just four in the first, and had a 25-13 lead at halftime.

Lucas Mellott had 12 rebounds, five steals and three blocks for Southern Fulton, which will play next in the PIAA state tournament.


No. 1 North 67, Thomas Johnson 54

FREDERICK, Md. - LaRae Allen had 23 points, six rebounds, six blocks and four steals to lead North Hagerstown over Thomas Johnson for the Hubs' 15th straight victory.


Kishia Jackson had 18 points, eight rebounds and five steals, while Kirksten Mitchell posted a double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds for the Hubs (19-2).

No. 5 Boonsboro 71, Clear Spring 22

CLEAR SPRING - Emma Dalton had 13 points to lead Boonsboro past Clear Spring.

Katie Marshall had seven points and five assists, while Breanne Lohman had seven points and five steals for the Warriors (14-7, 9-1 MVAL Antietam).

Andrea Baum had eight points and 11 rebounds, while Paige Shirk had seven blocks for the Blazers (3-18, 0-10).

Goretti 67, St. James 37

Sarah Spierenburg had 24 points and eight blocks to lead St. Maria Goretti over St. James.

Erica DiMercurio had 16 points, Melanie Connor had 12 points, Carissa Grove had eight rebounds and five assists, while Angie Nevarez added six assists and five steals for the the Gaels (19-11).

Caroline Salisbury scored 20 for the Saints (8-17).


North 47, Williamsport 25

North: Jordan Anderson 14, Jake Bachtell 11, Michael King 10.

Williamsport: Long 8, Gozora 5, Fear 4.


Reiser shines at West Virginia championships

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - Musselman's Vicky Reiser earned two top-five finishes Wednesday at the West Virginia state championships at West Virginia University.

Reiser placed fourth in the girls 200-yard individual medley in 2:24.93, and took fifth in the 100 breaststroke in 1:13.86.

Martinsburg's Jake Henry placed seventh in the boys 100 backstroke in 1:01.39.

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