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Preps Area Roundup -- Eagles hang tough in Miami

December 28, 2008

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MIAMI -- Hedgesville played touted Miami Coral Reef tough for three periods before the shots quit falling in the fourth quarter of a 54-45 loss on Saturday.

Down 40-38 after three quarters, the Eagles (2-1) were outscored 14-7 by a bigger, more physical Coral Reef (9-1), one of the top upper level teams in Florida.

J.R. Mayles drained three 3-pointers and had 21 points to lead the Eagles, who will enjoy a day off today at South Beach before resuming the tournament on Monday at noon against Miami Northwestern.

Six-foot-5, 235-pound wingman Charles Hankberry led Coral Reef with 21 points and 6-5 Jerron Granberry added 16.

Coral Reef 54, Hedgesville 45
HEDGESVILLE (2-1)

Reed 9, Woods 8, Fleetwood 3, Mayles 21, Newby 4. Totals 17 6-9 45.
CORAL REEF (9-1)
Lopez 9, Granberry 16, Hankerson 21, Palmer 1, Vickers 1, Saunders 2, Tamezs 4. Totals 20 11-18 54.
Hedgesville 17 10 11 7 -- 45
Coral Reef 15 13 12 14 -- 54

3-point goals -- Hedgesville 5 (Reed, Fleetwood, Mayles 3); Coral Reef 3 (Lopez 2, Granberry).

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Clear Spring 53, So. Fulton 45

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. -- Brad Banzhoff hit six straight free throws in the final two minutes to keep Clear Spring on the path to winning the Great Tri-State Shootout.

The Blazers (5-1) had a big edge in the third period, outscoring previously-unbeaten Southern Fulton (6-2) 15-7.

Cody Englehart scored 11 points top lead Clear Spring. Luke Mellott had 13 for Southern Fulton and Josh Hall added 12.

Berkeley Springs defeated Hancock in the consolation game. No details were reported.

Clear Spring 53, So. Fulton 48
CLEAR SPRING (5-1)

Glazer 8, Banzoff 6, Lerch 8, Thurber 7, Lavender 8, Crist 3, Englehart 11 Rowe 2. Totals 18 13-15 53.
SOUTHERN FULTON (6-1)
Smartt 1, Merica 5, Hall 12 L. Mellott 13, Wertz 11 Whiteside 5, Hall 1. Totals 15 10-16 45.
Clear Spring 12 9 15 17 -- 53
So. Fulton 11 13 7 17 -- 45

3-point goals --Clear Spring 4 (Glazer 2, Thurber, Lerch 1); Southern Fulton 6 (Hall 3, Wertz 2, Mercia).

Dunbar 84, St. James 39

SALISBURY, Md. -- St. James lost its opener in the NHSCA JamFest as Dunbar rolled to a 50-point first half.

Mike Russ scored 10 points and pulled down 12 rebounds for the Saints (4-5), who play Parkside on Monday.

Derrell Edwards, a George Mason signee, led Dunbar (6-2) with 15 points.

Dunbar 84, St. James 39
ST. JAMES (4-5)

Draper 7, Zimmerman 6, Barr 6, Russ 10, Dunbar 4, McWilliams 4, Louderback 2. Totals 15 8-10 39.
DUNBAR (6-2)
Edwards 15, Alston 2, Spence 10, Comphor 10, Robins 4, Kelly 6, Furr 14, Johnson 7, Scott 11, James 3. Totals 32 12-13 84.
St. James 10 15 12 2 -- 39
Dunbar 24 26 13 21 -- 84

3-point goals -- St. James 1 (Draper); Dunbar 6 (Edwards 3, Comphor, Johnson, James).

Washington 58, Luray 34

STRASBURG, Va. -- Bradley Jackson scored a game-high 17 points to pace Washington to a win in the Northern Virginia Daily Classic Tournament.

Charles Yates added 16 points for the Patriots (3-0).

Washington 58, Luray 34
LURAY

McCaughan 1, Grandison 4, Washington 2, Mays 4, Logan 5, Miller 6, Kemp 2, Beahm 4, Wilson 5, Turner 2. Totals 11 11-21 34.
WASHINGTON (3-0)
Yates 16, M. Smith 7, Haigler 4, Morales 8, Jackson 17, Kelican 2, Adams 2, Truiett 2. Totals 27 3-6 58.
Luray 8 5 9 12 -- 34
Washington 16 10 18 14 -- 58
3-point goals -- Luray 2 (Grandison, Logan), Washington 1 (Jackson).

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Washington 43, Luray 42

STRASBURG, Va. -- Washington's Jasmyn Hosby had 17 points, including the game-winning mid-range jumper with four seconds to go, as the Patriots edged Luray (2-6) in the Northern Virginia Daily Classic Tournament.

Cari Armel added 12 points and 14 rebounds while Hosby also had five assists for the Patriots (1-4), who won their first game as a program.

Washington 43, Luray 42
LURAY (2-6)

Kelly 15, Davis 3, B. Good 8, Heiston 16. Totals 18 5-14 42.
WASHINGTON (1-4)
Hosby 17, Weaver 4, Armel 12, Curry 6, Walls 4. Totals 20 2-5 43.
Luray 5 12 13 12 -- 42
Washington 9 12 10 12 -- 43

3-point goals -- Luray 1 (Heiston), Washington 1 (Hosby).

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Wildcats finish sixth

DAMASCUS, Md. -- Williamsport finished sixth out of 19 teams at the Damascus Holiday Tournament.

Kemper Baker (119 pounds) and Robbie Mies (215) each placed second for the Wildcats, while Joey Sutch (135) was fourth and Zach Shoemaker (125) and Reggie Russ (160) each finished sixth.

Devils 2nd; Hubs 6th at FSK

UNION BRIDGE, Md. -- Greencastle-Antrim finished second with 136.5 points and North Hagerstown ended sixth with 85 points in the Jeff Yingling Memorial Christmas Tournament at Francis Scott Key High School on Saturday.

Greencastle produced three champions -- Tyler Ezolt (140 pounds), Devon Schaeffer (160) and Todd DeWalt (171). The Blue Devils had Dylan Schaeffer (152) and Ken Reed (215) finish second.

North's best finish was Michael Leonard's second-place at 145 while four Hubs finished third -- Dustin Smith (125), Michael Baer (140), Devin Martinez (160) and Terrell Wilson (171).

Oakland Mills won the event with 164.5 points.

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