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Preps Area Roundup -- Hancock boys win first game

December 11, 2008

BOYS BASKETBALL


HANCOCK -- Jared McCoy paced Hancock with a double-double, recording 16 points and 15 rebounds as the Panthers outscored Grace Academy 33-6 in the second half for a 61-36 victory on Thursday.

Josh Smith had 21 points and four steals, Tommy Kratz scored 11 points and Nick Harvey grabbed nine rebounds for Hancock (1-1).

Zach Morgan scored 15 points to lead the Knights (1-4).

Hancock 61, Grace 36
GRACE ACADEMY (1-4)

Morgan 15, Serafini 6, S. Koontz 2, Sandell 8, Frederickson 1, M. Koontz 1, Bunting 3. Totals 10 11-25 36.
HANCOCK (1-1)
Kratz 11, True 4, Smith 21, Lanehart 1, McCoy 16, Harvey 4, Martin 2, Hardman 2. Totals 24 8-13 61.
Grace 7 23 4 2 -- 36
Hancock 14 14 17 16 -- 61

3-point goals -- Grace 2 (Sandell, Bunting), Hancock 5 (Smith 4, Kratz). JV -- Hancock, 39-36 (G: Luke Bunting 9 points; H: Logan Ray 13 points).

Broadfording 54, CVCS 47
Armondo Miller had 25 points, six rebounds and four assists to lead Broadfording Christian Academy over Cumberland Valley Christian in an MDCC victory.

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Anthony Borum added 10 points, four rebounds and three assists for the Lions (5-2, 1-1), while Steven Economos had 12 rebounds and Gabe Hirsch had seven steals.

Nick Bunting led the Blazers (5-1, 1-1) with 21 points, while Tyler Larson had eight assists and five steals and John Watson grabbed seven boards.

Broadfording 54, CVCS 47
CUMB. VALLEY CHRISTIAN (5-1, 1-1)

Sanders 6, Bunting 21, Levy 8, Larson 6, Watson 6. Totals 18 6-9 47.
BROADFORDING CHRISTIAN (5-2, 1-1)
Economos 6, Hirsch 1, Cradduck 4, Whitt 8, Miller 25, Borum 10. Totals 25 3-5 54.
CVCS 8 12 19 8 -- 47
Broadfording 12 20 913 -- 54

3-point goals -- CVCS 5 (Bunting 3, Sanders 2); Broadfording 1 (Miller). Fouled out -- Larson (CVCS). JV: CVCS (Alexander Rosenbaum 20 points; Tanner Porbst GW 3-point shot at buzzer).

Chambersburg 55, Mechanicsburg 51
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. -- Ryan Borzager scored 18 points to help Chambersburg defeat Mechanicsburg (3-1).The Trojans outscored Mechanicsburg 36-25 in the second half to overcome a seven-point halftime deficit.

Kyai Williams had 10 points, eight rebounds and three steals and Tyler Young had four assists for the Trojans (1-1).

Chambersburg 55, Mechanicsburg 51
MECHANICSBURG (3-1)

Slagle 7, Dunn 2, Zeigler 14, Edgar 20, Koveleski 1, Miceli 4, Bohn 3. Totals 20 10-16 51.
CHAMBERBSURG (1-1)
Borzager 18, Sanders 2, McBeth 6, R. Bailey 7, Teal 2, Young 3, Riley 4, Fore 3, Williams 10. Totals 21 10-16 55.
Mechanicsburg 13 13 11 14 -- 51
Chambersburg 6 13 17 19 -- 55

3-pointgoals -- Mechanicsburg 1 (Zeigler); Chambersburg 3 (Borzager, Bailey, Young). Fouled out -- Miceli (M). JV: Chambersburg.

Potomac School 71, St. James 61
POTOMAC SCHOOL (2-1, 1-0)

Hamilton 23, Miller 13, Mandel 9, Rizk 6, O'Connor 6, Freeman 14. Totals 24 13-17 71.
ST. JAMES (3-3, 0-2)
Dunbar 6, Zimmerman 3, Barr 5, Draper 10, Russ 29, Smith 8. Totals 24 8-13 61.
Potomac School 13 18 20 20 -- 71
St. James 16 15 13 17 -- 61

3-point goals -- Potomac School 10 (Hamilton 5, Mandel 3, Rizk 2). St. James 5 (Barr, Draper 2, Russ 2). JV: St. James 34-24. (St. James: Andrew Ludwich -- 12 points. Potomac School: Andre Petersen -- 10 points.)

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St. James 42, Randolph-Macon 29
FRONT ROYAL, Va. -- Caroline Salisbury had 10 points, five rebounds and five steals, and St. James outscored Randolph-Macon 20-0 in the second quarter as the Saints earned their first victory of the season.

Jordan Wills added eight points, six rebounds, six steals and three blocks for the Saints (1-4).

St. James 42, Randolph-Macon 29
SAINT JAMES (1-4)

Worth 6, Morrow 4, Barr 2, M. Bacon 2, Salisbury 10, Stephens 2, Wills 8, Deveaux 4. Totals 18 6-9 42.
RANDOLPH MACON
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St. James 4 20 10 8 -- 42
Randolph-Macon 4 0 14 11 -- 29

CVCS 39, Broadfording 10
Kelsey McCue scored 14 points, Kayla Kipe added nine rebounds and five steals, and Kendra Myers had seven steals for CVCS (4-0, 2-0), which defeated Broadfording Christian (0-5, 0-3) in the Mason Dixon Christian Conference.

CVCS 39, Broadfording 10
CVCS (4-0, 2-0)

McCue 14, Kipe 3, Myers 8, Walker 6, Marsh 4, Shover 4. Totals 19 1-11 39.
BROADFORDING (0-5, 0-3)
Burkhart 4, C. Worsfold 2, A. Worsfold 2, Pifer 2. Totals 5 0-2 10.
CVCS 7 4 18 10 -- 39
Broadfording 2 2 2 4 -- 10

3-point goals -- None

Tussey Mountain 45, McConnellsburg 16
McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. -- Alex Stoudnour had 21 points and Tussey Mountain (2-1) outscored McConnellsburg 18-4 in the second quarter and held the Spartans to five or fewer points in each quarter.

Courtney McClure had 11 rebounds and Casey Pollock added nine for the Spartans (3-1). J.J. DeShong led the team with five points.

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