Preps Area Roundup -- Blue Storm beats Lawrenceville

January 11, 2009
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Big weekend for Indians

CAMERON, W.Va. -- Berkeley Springs had a productive weekend, winning the Cameron Tri-State Tournament on Saturday after going 3-0 in a quad meet in Morgantown on Friday.

Cohen Hovermale (103 pounds), Loquen McKee (112), Derek Hovermale (125), Damen Capper (140) and Holbert Delph (285) won titles for the Indians on Saturday, while Bradley Reed (130), Richard Marshall (135) and Tory Bennett (160) each finished second and Zac Risinger (145) placed third.

On Friday, Berkeley Springs improved its dual record to 10-3 by beating Morgantown 45-36, Preston 48-27 and South Harrison 57-18.

Nick wins at Jefferson

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. -- Washington's Dylan Nick was the area's lone champion at the Jefferson Invitational Tournament on Saturday.

Nick, who picked up his 100th career victory in the tournament, beat Musselman's Jared Weatherholtz 8-5 in the championship finals at 189 pounds.


Other second-place finishers included Washington's Cody Reynolds (130) and Martinsburg's Jordan Fields (171) and Blake Debord (215).

Martinsburg's Andy Stotler (103), Musselman's Justin Cornwall (112), Washington's Jordan Carter (119) and Hedgesville's Craig Ammons (140) and Billy Forquer (160) each placed third.

Potomac Falls topped the 16-team field with 233 1/2 points. Hedgesville was third with 174, Washington was seventh with 117, Martinsburg was eighth wtih 114, Musselman was 10th with 92 1/2 and Jefferson was 16th with 19.


N. Hagerstown 36, Smithsburg 35

North Hagerstown: Jared Line 9, Nick Colvin 8, Devaughn Wynne 8.

Smithsburg: Ronald Hardy 11, Shae King 9.

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