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Area Roundup -- HCC women top Garrett

January 22, 2009

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL



HCC 69, Garrett 59

McHENRY Md. -- Cara Thompson had 17 points and Amy Rhoderick had 14 points and nine rebounds to lead Hagerstown Community College (10-9, 6-2) to the Maryland JuCo Conference win.

HCC 69, Garrett 59
HAGERSTOWN C.C. (`10-9, 6-2)

Porter 2, Payne 9, Ver. Wheeler 6, Val. Wheeler 6, Morel 11, Thompson 17, Rhoderick 14, Williams 4. Totals 22 21-28 69.
GARRETT COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Anderson 6, McNeil 5, Hankins 11, Pendleton 5, Carter 13, Jones 2, Collins 17. Totals 23 8-17 59.
Halftime -- Hagerstown, 29-25. 3-point goals -- Hagerstown 4 (Va. Wheeler, Thompson, Morel, Payne), Garrett 5 (Anderson 2, McNeil, Hankins, Carter).

YOUTH BASKETBALL



Clear Spring Elementary Division

Bobcats 37, Celtics 30

Bobcats: Spencer Shultz 22, Sean Kinna 3, Jacob Lee 10, Joe Ernst 2.

Celtics: Logan Speaks 8, Jarred Barnes 11, Brady Roher 6, Dylan Morgan 4, Levi Leizear 1.

Wizards 39, Lakers 25

Wizards: Paul Alexander 24, Welsey Ambrose 8, Colton Aaron 6, Travis Capezoto 1.

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Lakers: Travis Commer 17, Bryan Reid 2, Tyler Hill 2, Jaret Lazich 4.

Hagerstown Junior League

Centra Bank 55, Knights of Columbus 34

Centra Bank: Kinter 14, Hampton 12, Freeman 10, King 7, Aarlen 6, Conrad 2, Powell 2, Keplinger 2.

Knights of Columbus: Adkins 9, Bishop 9, Carbaugh 8, Goodlove 5, Lyle 3.

PPL 44, St. Mary's 37

PPL: Smith 14, Shaper 13, Ober 11, Mack 4, Johnson 2.

St. Mary's: Johnson 14, Morris 7, Rowe 6, Jones 5, Wilt 5.

UAW 44, Hagerstown Lions 18

UAW: King 22, Yacyk 8, Moser 7, Robertson 3, Shoster 2, Dossaun 2.

Lions: Keys 10, Medley 5, Bell 3.

BOWLING



Four bowlers win scholarships

Aaron Hershberger, Megan Mitchell, Andrew Matthews and Allison Flynn each won a $500 scholarship in the Antietam Association Scholarship Tournament at Turner's Dual Lanes on Jan. 11.

Hershberger, a Hagerstown Community College student had a total pinfall of 1,353 in the tournament and was the boys scratch division winner. Mitchell (948), a student at Shepherd University, was first in the girls scratch division. Matthews (1,465), a senior at Smithsburg High, and Flynn (1,422), a junior at Boonsboro, were first in the male and female handicap divisions.

The tournament has awarded $34,000 in scholarships over the last 11 years to youth bowlers who are members of the Antietam Association of the United States Bowling Congress.

Kings of the Hill

Youth bowler Danielle Chapman and her adult partner Phil Feeser won Southside Bowl's annual Youth/Adult King of the Hill Tenpin tournament on Jan. 4.

Chapman and Feeser, the top-seeded team, defeated Megan Mitchell and Scott Bussard 399-386 in the final of the stepladder tournament. Mitchell and Bussard were seeded fourth and had to win two matches to get to the final. They won a three-way match in the first round before defeating second-seeded Seth Bernheisel and Jason Pitsnogle 370-346 in the semifinal.

During the qualifying games of the tournament, Mitchell set a new house record for a female youth bowler with a 703 series (259-241-203).

Other honor scores at Southside Bowl in December and early January (honor listed in parentheses):

In the Daryl Moats Commercial League, Jon Carter bowled games of 288-254-266 for a 776 series (775 series); Randy Shives bowled games of 221-219-300 for a 740 set (300 game); Wayne Crider bowled games of 230-182-300 for a 712 series (300 game, 100 over game average);

In the Saturday Night Mixed League, John Henson bowled a 299 game and a 728 series (299 game, 100 over game average, 150 over series average);

In the Monday Night Triples League (duckpins), Brian Conrad shot a 211 game (75 over game average); Derrick Kinna shot a 204 game (75 over game average).

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