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Preps Area Roundup -- Southern Fulton girls win

January 23, 2009

GIRLS BASKETBALL



No. 6 Southern Fulton 41, Forbes Road 27

HUSTONTOWN, Pa. -- Keena Elbin had 12 points, seven rebounds and three steals to pace Southern Fulton over Forbes Road (1-15, 0-11) in the Sideling Hill League.

Brooke Whiteside tallied 11 points and four assists and Natasha Bard chipped in with 10 points, six boards and five steals for the Indians (12-2, 8-2).

Southern Fulton 41, Forbes Road 27
SOUTHERN FULTON (12-2, 8-2)

Whiteside 11, N. Bard 10, Hollenshead 2, Elbin 12, Beatty 4, A. Bard 2. Totals 18 3-8 41.
FORBES ROAD (1-15, 0-11)
Whitman 4, Fraker 10, Hockensmith 8, Worthing 5. Totals 11 5-7 27.vSouthern Fulton 11 10 11 9 -- 41
Forbes Road 4 6 13 4 -- 27

3-point goals -- Southern Fulton 2 (Whiteside 2). JV -- Southern Fulton, 29-16 (SF: Chelsie Eader 12 points).

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Shalom 53, MSD 37

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. -- Alexis Marquiss led Shalom Christian Academy with 17 points, six steals, five assists and three blocks as the Flames defeated Maryland School for the Deaf.

Olivia Grove added 11 points and eight rebounds for Shalom (12-1), which won despite shooting just 33 percent (20-for-60) from the floor.

Shalom 53, MSD 37
MD. SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF

Unger 3, Tucker 14, Lewis 13, Ferenth 7. Totals 15 7-16 37.
SHALOM CHRISTIAN (12-1)
A. Marquiss 17, O. Grove 11, Martin 6, L. Grove 7, Hussack 1, Slick 4, Gibble 6, Mowen 1. Totals 20 10-19 53.
MSD 6 10 7 14 -- 37
Shalom 19 4 17 13 -- 53

3-point goals -- Shalom 3 (A. Marquiss 2, O. Grove).

St. James 29, Broadfording 14

SAINT JAMES -- Jordan Wills had eight points, four rebounds and three steals, and the Saints raced to a 19-0 lead after one quarter before turning the reserves loose.

Caroline Salisbury had six points and six rebounds for St. James (3-10).

Broadfording falls to 0-17.

St. James 29, Broadfording 14
BROADFORDING (0-17)

Young 2, Flook 2, Burkhart 3, C. Worsfold 3, A. Worsfold 2, Pifer 2. Totals 4 3-4 14.
ST. JAMES (3-10)
Worth 1, Marg. Bacon 1, Peterson 2, Barr 2, Mary Bacon 2, Salisbury 6, Stephens 1, Murphy 2, Wills 8, Deveaux 4. Totals 9 11-16 29.
Broadfording 0 5 3 6 -- 14
St. James 19 2 1 7 -- 29

3-point goals -- Broadfording 1 (Burkhart). Fouled out -- A. Worsfold.

Highland View 56, Calvary 40

Krystle Cartejena scored 15 points, Lornah Misati added 14 and Highland View Academy held Calvary Christian to one point in the fourth period for the victory.

Highland View 56, Calvary Christian 40
CALVARY CHRISTIAN (3-8)

Wilhelm 7, Mason 4, Heavner 7, Carr 14, Parson 2, Snow 4, Humbertson 2.
HIGHLAND VIEW ACADEMY (6-1)
Hostetler 6, Misati 14, Cartejena 15, Kelchner 11, Jogoo 8, Distan 2.
Calvary Christian 9 13 17 1 -- 40
Highland View 10 15 23 8 -- 56

BOYS BASKETBALL



Faith Christian 44, Mountain View Christian 18

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. -- Tyler Gibson scored 12 points to lead Faith Christian's non-conference victory.

Larry Kerns had seven rebounds for Faith (4-8).

Faith Christian 44, Mountain View Christian 18
MOUNTAIN VIEW

Anderson 5, Smith 10, Wright 3. Totals 8 0-6 18.
FAITH CHRISTIAN (4-8)
Gibson 12, Roman 2, Cook 2, Hoy 5, Kerns 4, Mead 2, Apple 6, Michael 3, Price 4. Totals 18 2-4 44.
Mountain View 4 2 4 8 -- 18
Faith Christian 14 11 8 11 -- 44

3-point goals -- Mountain View 2 (Anderson, Wright); Faith 6 (Gibson 2, Hoy, Apple 2, Michael).

Highland View 62, Calvary 38

Austin Owens tallied 16 points as Highland View rallied from a first-period deficit to beat Calvary. Mike Nyata added 13 points and John Mongone had 11 for the Tartans.

Highland View 62, Calvary Christian 38
CALVARY CHRISTIAN (3-8)

Ridgeman 9, Heavner 6, Snow 10, Saurikis 2, Inglish 9, McKenzie 4.
HIGHLAND VIEW ACADEMY (5-2)
Nyata 13, Owens 16, Willingham 3, Magambo 7, Barizo 4, Mongone 11, McMullen 4, Correzes 4.
Calvary Christian 16 7 6 9 -- 38
Highland View 10 19 15 18 -- 62

MSD 55, Shalom 42

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. -- Matt Horner's double-double wasn't enough for Shalom Christian, which fell at home to Maryland School for the Deaf.

Horner had 17 points, 16 rebounds and four steals in the game, while Ethan Crider scored eight points for the Flames (1-14).

MSD 55, Shalom 42
MD. SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF

Mabashon 16, R. Bonheyo 11, T. Bonheyo 2, Harrington 16, Stinegleser 10. Totals 24 6-11 55.
SHALOM CHRISTIAN (1-14)
Horner 17, Forsythe 6, Robinson 2, Wise 2, Strite 5, Crider 8, Birkheimer 2. Totals 17 5-9 42.
MSD 14 11 16 16 -- 55
Shalom 9 11 10 12 -- 42

3-point goals -- MSD 3 (Mabashon 2, R. Bonheyo), Shalom 3 (Horner 3).

BOYS SWIMMING



Shippensburg 100, Jefferson 75

SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. -- Michael Ciccone won the 100-yard breaststroke in 1:13.71 for Jefferson (7-6).

FROSH GIRLS HOOPS



Boonsboro 46, Tuscarora 32

Boonsboro (8-0): Kayla Payne 5, Tricia Hawkins 5, Amber Myers 6, Kimmy Seabright 4, Emily Lum 5, Nicole Henderson 2, Ashlyn Hawbaker 10, Sarah Colgan 9.

Tuscarora: Fisher 2, Lacko 2, Dragan 10, Martinez 4, Kraham 12, Valbrum 2.

PREP FOOTBALL



Young moving on

SAINT JAMES -- Taylor Young, a 6-foot, 254-pound senior at St. James, has committed to play football at Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio. Young, a two-way tackle, was a Herald-Mail All-County selection as well as an all-Mid Atlantic Conference selection in 2008.

GIRLS SWIMMING



Jefferson 92, Shippensburg 84

SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. -- The Cougars won the meet in the final event, the 400 freestyle relay. Martha Michelson, Marie deBuchananne, Joselyn Auxer and Tiffany Hamilton clocked 4:11.33 for Jefferson (12-1).

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