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Preps Area Roundup -- Washington stuns No. 1 Musselman

January 24, 2009

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CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. -- Washington didn't let a one-point deficit at the end of the third quarter get to them, as the Patriots rattled off a 25-9 run in the fourth to hand No. 1 Musselman its first loss of the season, 69-54, and win their first Potomac Valley Conference game as a program.

Tommy Junkin scored nine of his game-high 19 points in the final period. He also hit five 3-pointers in the game and added five steals while Tommy Jackson had 17 points and Tyrek Collier tallied 17 points and five boards for Washington (6-4, 1-2).

Logan Holloman led the Applemen (11-1, 1-1) in scoring with 14 points while Morgan McDonald had 13, Jonathan Alvarez 11 and Jeff Daniels 10.

Washington 69, Musselman 54
MUSSELMAN (11-1, 1-1)

Brown 2, Pons 2, Falcon 2, Daniels 10, Holloman 14, Alvarez 11, McDonald 13. Totals 23 5-9 54.
WASHINGTON (6-4, 1-2)
Collier 17, Yates 3, Jackson 17, Junkin 19, Morales 7, M. Smith 5. Totals 27 8-17 69.
Musselman 12 14 19 9 -- 54
Washington 17 15 12 25 -- 69

3-point goals -- Musselman 3 (Alvarez 3), Washington 9 (Junkin 5, Jackson 2, Collier, Smith).

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No. 4 Chambersburg 51, Cedar Cliff 49

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. -- Rashon Bailey scored five points, none more important than the game-winning basket with 16.1 seconds to go in the game as Chambersburg rallied to knock off Cedar Cliff in the Mid-Penn Commonwealth.

Cedar Cliff (12-6, 9-4) led by seven with three minutes left in the fourth quarter before the Trojans (9-6, 6-6) staged their comeback. Ryan Borzager capped the rally with a steal and a basket -- his only two points of the night -- to tie the game at 49 with 1:17 left.

Kayone Teal led with 15 points and six boards while Orlando McBeth scored 12 points and Caleb Hussack added 10 for Chambersburg, which only turned the ball over six times.

Chambersburg 51, Cedar Cliff 49
CEDAR CLIFF (12-6, 9-4)

Miller 2, Mettler 12, C. Parthemore 3, Hall 11, Gelburd 3,R. Parthemore 2, Rowe 16. Totals 20 6-9 49.
CHAMBERSBURG (9-6, 6-6)
Borzager 2, McBeth 12, R. Bailey 5, Hussack 10, Riley 5, Teal 15, Fore 2. Totals 19 9-11 51.
Cedar Cliff 13 6 21 9 -- 49
Chambersburg 10 13 10 18 -- 51

3-point goals -- Cedar Cliff 3 (Hall, Gelburd, Rowe), Chambersburg 4 (McBeth, R. Bailey, Riley, Teal). JV -- Chambersburg, 47-37 (Ch: Skyler Roman 16 points).

No. 7 Waynesboro 53, Big Spring 35

WAYNESBORO, Pa. -- After spending most of the second quarter on the bench in foul trouble, Tim Null bounced back to score 10 of his game-high 14 points in the second half to lead Waynesboro over Big Spring in a Mid-Penn Capital game.

Null also led the Indians (9-6, 6-1) with eight rebounds, four steals and three blocks. Nathan Kauffman added 10 points.

Waynesboro 53, Big Spring 35
BIG SPRING (1-17, 0-8)

Fisher 12, Belanger 2, Christlieb 7, Diehl 2, Baum 2, Henry 3, Bailey 7. Totals 13 7-18 35.
WAYNESBORO (9-6, 6-1)
Crider 4, Wade 6, Ramsey 3, Kauffman 10, Dominquez 2, Lorden 4, Lind 6, Walck 4, Null 14. Totals 21 8-10 53.
Big Spring 5 9 10 11 -- 35
Waynesboro 10 16 12 15 -- 53

3-point goals -- Big Spring 2 (Fisher 2), Waynesboro 3 (Wade 2, Ramsey). JV -- Big Spring, 42-39 (W: Wade, Yoder 12 points each).

Allegany 69, Williamsport 50

CUMBERLAND, Md. -- Casey McKenrick had a team-high 16 points for Williamsport, which faced a 28-point deficit at the end of the third quarter.

Michael Warrenfeltz added 12 points for the Wildcats (6-5).

Allegany 69, Williamsport 50
WILLIAMSPORT (6-5)

McCauley 7, Malott 8, Christy 3, McKenrick 16, Warrenfeltz 12, Pllana 4. Totals 17 15-17 50.
ALLEGANY (10-1)
Wharton 7, Elsworth 7, Boor 11, Smith 3, Roberts 19, Thompson 1, Grady 15, Porter 2, Hines 4. Totals 27 8-17 69.
Williamsport 14 13 8 15 -- 50
Allegany 22 17 24 6 -- 69

3-point goals -- Williamsport 1 (Christy), Allegany 7 (Roberts 4, Wharton, Boor, Smith). JV -- Williamsport, 45-39.

Liberty 62, Smithsburg 46

SMITHSBURG -- Dan Martinez had 15 points and John Rosecrans added 14 as Liberty beat Smithsburg in a nonconference game.

Liberty (7-6) outscored the Leopards 23-9 in the second quarter to gain a working margin for the second half.

Jason Kendall led Smithsburg (3-11) with nine points. Josh Conway had eight points and four assists, while Kyle Orndorff had five rebounds and four steals.

Liberty 62, Smithsburg 46
LIBERTY (7-6)

Martinez 15, Rigby 11, Strzelczyk 2, Hamm 3, Parsons 11, Rosecrans 14, Thompson 4, Suddaph 2. Totals 22 17-20 62.
SMITHSBURG (3-11)
Conway 8, Kendall 9, Orndorff 6, Kretzer 6, Shives 1, Hogue 2, Reed 8, Schwartz 4, Dinterman 2. Totals 17 6-15 46.
Liberty 14 23 13 12 -- 62
Smithsburg 15 9 10 12 -- 46

3-point goals -- Liberty 1 (Martinez), Smithsburg 6 (Conway 2, Kendall 2, Kretzer 2). JV -- Liberty, 55-47 (S: Cullan Ganley 14).

Cardinal Gibbons 59, Goretti 57

Pat Deringer's 3-pointer with 5.7 seconds left in the fourth quarter tied the score and Cardinal Gibbons went on to edge St. Maria Goretti in overtime, keeping the Gaels winless in the Baltimore Catholic League.

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