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Preps Area Roundup -- Musselman boys stay perfect

January 17, 2009

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION W.Va. -- In a game of high-scoring McDonalds, No. 3 Musselman remained unbeaten with 63-54 Potomac Valley Conference victory over No. 4 Jefferson on Friday night.

Morgan McDonald had 18 points for the Applemen (9-0, 1-0).

Dewey McDonald had 26 points for the Cougars (5-2, 0-2).

Musselman 63, Jefferson 54
MUSSELMAN (9-0, 1-0)

Brown 11, Pons 4, Daniels 15, Holloman 4, Alvarez 11, McDonald 18. Totals 21 18-26 63.
JEFFERSON (5-2, 0-2)
Johnson 5, Regalia 4, McDonald 26, Jones 2, Grantham 11, Bryan 2, Zbikowski 4. Totals 21 8-13 54.Jefferson 9 12 9 24 -- 54
Musselman 19 9 14 21 -- 63

3-point goals -- Musselman 3 (Brown 2, Alvarez), Jefferson 4 (McDonald 2, Johnson, Grantham).

No. 2 Hedgesville 56, Washington 47

CHARLES TOWN W. Va. -- Maurice Newby scored a game-high 17 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead Hedgesville (7-2, 2-0) over Washington in Potomac Vlley Conference play. M

Mike Morales led Washington (4-4, 0-2) with 14 points.

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Hedgesville 56, Washington 47
HEDGESVILLE (7-2, 2-0)

Reed 8, Jones 10, Woods 5, Fleetwood 4, Mayles 12, Newby 17. Totals 22 8-13 56
WASHINGTON (4-4, 0-2)
Yates 8, Collier 6, Morales 14, Jackson 6, Junkin 3, Smith 10. Totals 22 1-2 47.
Hedgesville 18 19 6 13 -- 56
Washington 20 8 12 7 -- 47

3-point goals -- Hedgesville 4 (Reed 2, Jones 2), Washington 2 (Yates, Junkin).

Mountain Ridge 52, Boonsboro 49

BOONSBORO -- Mountain Ridge made 19 of 24 free throws, including 18 trips to the line late in the game, to top Boonsboro.

Tyler Walsh led the Warriors with 12 points and six rebounds, while Seth Poffenberger and Matt Scottman had 10 points each.

Mountain Ridge 52, Boonsboro 49
MOUNTAIN RIDGE (7-1)

Delaney 7, Hobel 20, Hovatter 10, Morton 2, Sowers 2, DeRosa 10. Totals 13 19-24 52.
BOONSBORO (2-11)
Welch 7, Lowery 4, Poffenberger 10, Zbir 6, Walsh 12, Scottman 10. Totals 17 7-10 49.
Mountain Ridge 12 8 13 18 -- 52
Boonsboro 18 10 6 15 -- 49

3-point goals -- Mountain Ridge 6 (Hobel 3, Delaney 2, Hovatter 1), Boonsboro 8 (Poffenberger 2, Walsh 2, Scottman 2, Lowery, Welch).

South Western 53, No. 5 Waynesboro 51

HANOVER, Pa. -- Jamison Walck had 13 points and 10 rebounds for Waynesboro, which couldn't avoid the road upset.

Derek Baker scored 13 points, while Tim Null and Nathan Kauffman each added six rebounds for the Indians (8-5).

The Mustangs (3-12) were led by Steven Yelton's 19 points.

South Western 53, Waynesboro 51
WAYNESBORO (8-5)

Crider 6, Baker 13, Wade 1, Ramsey 2, Kauffman 5, Blubaugh 2, Walck 13, Null 9. Totals 19 10-20 51.
SOUTH WESTERN (3-12)
O'Reily 2, Hess 2, Zimmerman 2, Hockenberry 9, Thayer 7, Yelton 19, Colburn 12. Totals 21 9-13 53.
Waynesboro 12 3 17 19 -- 51
South Western 13 8 8 24 -- 53

3-point goals -- Waynesboro 3 (Baker 3), South Western 2 (Hockenberry, Thayer). JV -- Waynesboro, 36-26 (W: Tyler Roxby 10).

No. 7 Chambersburg 73, Bishop McDevitt 52

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. -- Chambersburg's Ryan Borzager scored 13 of his 14 points over the middle two quarters, in which the Trojans outscored Bishop McDevitt 47-18 after facing a 14-4 deficit at the end of the first period.

Kayone Teal had 11 points and six steals, Kyai Williams added 10 points and seven boards and Orlando McBeth chipped in with 10 points for Chambersburg (7-5, 5-5 Mid-Penn Commonwealth).

Chambersburg 73, Bishop McDevitt 52
BISHOP McDEVITT (6-8, 3-8)

Corrigan 7, Johnson 5, Minnaugh 7, Walker 2, Hickerson 11, Gelbaugh 10, Kennedy 3, Koropchak 1, Gratkowski 6. Totals 17 14-22 52.
CHAMBERSBURG (7-5, 5-5)
Borzager 14, McBeth 10, R. Bailey 6, Hussack 5, Young 6, Riley 3, Teal 11, Fore 6, McNeill 2, Williams 10. Totals 25 18-30 73.
Bishop McDevitt 14 4 14 20 -- 52
Chambersburg 4 19 28 22 -- 73

3-point goals -- Bishop McDevitt 4 (Gelbaugh 2, Corrigan, Hickerson), Chambersburg 5 (Borzager 2, McBeth, Riley, Teal). Fouled out -- Corrigan, Gratkowski, Hussack. JV -- Bishop McDevitt, 59-45 (C: Gabe Carson-Rivera 8).

Archbishop Spalding 51, St. Maria Goretti 37

BALTIMORE -- Nic Martin scored 15 points for St. Maria Goretti (5-15, 0-7), which remained winless in the Baltimore Catholic League with a loss to Archbishop Spalding (3-14, 1-6).

Archbishop Spalding 51, St. Maria Goretti 37
ST. MARIA GORETTI (5-15, 0-7)

Wilkinson 3, Martin 15, Murray 3, Engle 6, Berry 7, Sterling 3. Totals 13 6-9 37.
ARCHBISHOP SPALDING (3-14, 1-6)
Moore 9, Jones 11, Kane 12, Graziano 5, Fitzgerald 5, Udah 2, Devito 2, Janasek 5. Totals 15 18-26 51
Goretti 9 8 10 10 -- 37
Spalding 7 12 15 17 -- 51

3-point goals -- Goretti 5 (Martin 2, Wilkinson, Murray, Sterling), Archbishop Spalding 3 (Jones 2, Graziano). Fouled out -- Martin, Berry.

St. James 71, Hancock 52

SAINT JAMES -- Dylan Zimmerman scored 22 points on 9 of 10 shooting to lead St. James over Hancock.

The Saints (8-7) led 22-11 after one period, but Hancock closed to within five at halftime.

St. James extended the lead in the third on the strength of Zimmerman's shooting. He nailed a 3-pointer at the buzzer to give the Saints a 12-point advantage going into the fourth quarter.

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