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Preps Area Roundup - Siefert steals show at Spikefest

December 07, 2008

PREP VOLLEYBALL



Smithsburg's Nikki Siefert earned MVP honors at the All-Star Spikefest on Saturday night, finishing with nine kills, two blocks and two aces as Team Antietam defeated Team Potomac 25-23, 25-11, 18-25, 25-17 at St. Maria Goretti's Gael Center.

Musselman's Erica Manor - named the West Virginia state player of the year earlier Saturday - had eight kills, three blocks and two aces for Antietam. Clear Spring's Emily Pinkham had five kills, five blocks and three aces, and Katie Blickenstaff added 13 assists. Goretti's Caitlin Breslin had 16 assists, Hedgesville's Katie Sheehan had 11 digs, Boonsboro's Kelsie Trumbull had 10 digs and Greencastle's Rochelle Christman had four kills and four blocks.

Williamsport's Brittany Malott led Potomac with seven kills, seven digs and two aces. Waynesboro's Alyssa Toth had eight kills, Williamsport's Cayla Broadwater had six kills and two aces, Clear Spring's Amanda Jenkins had five kills and eight digs, Musselman's Kayla Johns had 13 assists and Smithsburg's Valerie Smith added 11 assists.

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In the Eighth Grade game, the West defeated the East, 25-19, 25-12. Grace Academy's Cayla Garner earned MVP honors with four kills and five aces, while Heritage Academy's Kara Stamper had six kills and Boonsboro's Shelby Griffith added six aces.

BOYS BASKETBALL



St. James 69, Hancock 39

HANCOCK - Mike Russ paced St. James with 20 points, six rebounds and three steals as the Saints took a 36-18 halftime lead and cruised to a win over Hancock in the Panthers' opener.

Spencer Draper added nine points, eight assists and five rebounds for St. James (3-1).

St. James 69, Hancock 39
ST. JAMES (3-1)

Russ 20, Zimmerman 4, Draper 9, Barr 3, Smith 6, Dunbar 7, McWilliams 5, Rosignano 4, Louderback 5, Magassouba 5, Abeles 1. Totals 27 13-29 69.
HANCOCK (0-1)
Kratz 9, Smith 7, Johnson 2, Heller 1, McCoy 7, Ray 5, Harvey 6, Martin 2. Totals 11 16-28 39.
St. James 16 20 23 10 - 69
Hancock 4 14 14 7 - 39

3-point goals - St. James 2 (Draper, Barr), Hancock 1 (Smith).

Greencastle 56, Northeastern 40

MANCHESTER, Pa. - Adam Ritchey had 15 points and six rebounds to lead Greencastle-Antrim past host Northeastern in the consolation game of the Northeastern Tip-Off Tournament.

Christian Hoover had three of the Blue Devils' nine 3-pointers and finished with 13 points. Trevor Ile had eight points and five rebounds, and Nathan Pool had six points and three assists for Greencastle (1-1).

Will Lewis had 14 points for Northeastern (0-2).

Greencastle 56, Northeastern 40
GREENCASTLE (1-1)

Ritchey 15, Ile 8, Pool 6, Meyers 3, Hoover 13, Gembe 4, Frick 4, Cordell 3. Totals 18 11-22 56.
NORTHEASTERN (0-2)
Byers 2, Perez 2, Steadman 1, Nelson 7, Reichard 2, Cooper 6, Lewis 14, Eaton 6. Totals 11 16-23 40.
Greencastle 17 20 9 10 - 56
Northeastern 8 9 10 13 - 40

3-point goals - Greencastle 9 (Ritchey 2, Ile, Pool 2, Hoover 3, Cordell), Northeastern 2 (Nelson, Lewis).

Waynesboro 56, Spring Grove 54

HUMMELSTOWN, Pa. - Nathan Kauffman hit an 18-foot jumper with 1.5 seconds remaining to give Waynesboro a win over Spring Grove in the consolation game of the Lower Dauphin Tournament.

Spring Grove tied the game before Waynesboro's Kegan Crider missed a shot, but a long rebound came to Kauffman and gave the Indians (1-1) one last shot.

Senior Tim Null led Waynesboro with 16 points and 14 rebounds.

Waynesboro 56, Spring Grove 54
WAYNESBORO (1-1)

Crider 2, Baker 7, Wade 4, Ramsey 2, Kauffman 3, Dominguez 3, Lourdon 4, Blubaugh 9, Walck 6, Null 16. Totals 18 16-26 56.
SPRING GROVE (0-2)

Harbold 8, Krout 9, Bailey 2, Bollinger 25, Masonheimer 8, Ruby 2. Totals 22 5-6 54.
Waynesboro 7 25 13 11 - 56
Spring Grove 8 19 17 10 - 54

3-point goals - Waynesboro 4 (Baker 2, Blubaugh, Null), Spring Grove 5 (Harbold 2, Krout, Bollinger 2).

James Buchanan 70, Big Spring 52

BOILING SPRINGS, Pa. - Sawyer Hollenshead had 11 points, 10 rebounds, five steals and five rebounds to lead the Rockets past Big Spring in the Boiling Springs Tip-Off Tournament consolation game.

Tyler Cooley had 18 points and seven rebounds for James Buchanan (1-1), which switched to a 2-3 zone defense in the second half and outscored Big Spring (0-2) 19-5 in the third quarter. Dylan Rhodes added 12 points.

James Buchanan 70, Big Spring 52
JAMES BUCHANAN (1-1)

Hollenshead 11, Rhodes 12, Cooley 18, K. Hedrick 8, C. Hedrick 8, Worrell 6, Stoner 3, O'Neal 2, Bingaman 2. Totals 32 6-8 70.
BIG SPRING (0-2)
Garret 5, Madison 16, Carns 18, Deens 8, Bailey 5. Totals 17 12-21 52.
J. Buchanan 18 18 19 15 - 70
Big Spring 15 19 5 13 - 52

3-point goals - Big Spring 6 (Carns 5, Garret).

Southern Fulton 47, Everett 28

EVERETT, Pa. - Southern Fulton's defense clamped down on Everett in the second half and the Indians opened the season with a Sideling Hill League win.

Southern Fulton - which held a 19-18 lead at halftime - allowed Everett only 10 points in the second half.

Junior Luke Mellott had a big opener for the Indians with 15 points and eight rebounds. Andrew Merica added four assists and three steals.

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