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Preps Area Roundup -- Indians end long drought vs. Eagles

February 09, 2009

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BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. -- Amber Booher had 21 points and 12 rebounds to lead No. 7 Berkeley Springs to a 60-58 Apple Valley League victory over Hedgesville on Monday night.

The win was Berkeley Springs head coach Dale McCumbee's first against the Eagles in his 18 years of coaching the Indians.

Jess Haynes scored 12 points, including a 4-for-4 effort at the foul line down the stretch, while Harlie Stotler added 13 rebounds for Berkeley Springs (12-5, 2-1).

MacKenzie Hayes scored 14 points, while Jess Mason had 13, Brittany Boarman had 11 and Katy Leborious added 10 for Hedgesville (11-7, 2-4).

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Berk. Springs 60, Hedgesville 58
HEDGESVILLE (11-7, 2-4)

Mason 13, M. Hayes 14, Sheehan 6, Leborious 10, Brooks 4, Boarman 11. Totals 24 10-15 58.
BERKELEY SPRINGS (12-5, 2-1)
Burch 9, Booher 21, Yost 3, Trump 9, Haynes 12, Stotler 6. Totals 20 18-26 60.
Hedgesville 10 19 12 17 -- 58
Berkeley Springs 16 14 16 14 -- 60

3-point goals -- Berkeley Springs 2 (Yost, Trump). Fouled out -- Leborious. JV -- Hedgesville, 27-25 (H: Kelly Rudy 6; BS: Michelle Williams 8, Jess Myers 7).

No. 3 Southern Fulton 57, Tussey Mountain 48

WARFORDSBURG, Pa. -- Brooke Whiteside had 20 points, five assists and three steals to lead Southern Fulton to the Sideling Hill League win, as the Indians avenged a 53-30 loss to Tussey Mountain last month.

Lacey Beatty had 13 points and Chelsey Hollenshead had eight points, 13 rebounds and five assists for Southern Fulton (18-2, 12-2), which led 30-18 at halftime.

Krista Swope had 10 points for Tussey Mountain (16-4, 12-2).

S. Fulton 57, Tussey Mountain 48
TUSSEY MOUNTAIN (16-4, 12-2)

Lemin 7, Zimmerman 7, Runk 2, Swope 10, Williams 7, Stoudnour 6, Kaminsky 7, Foster 2. Totals 16 14-23 48.
SOUTHERN FULTON (18-2, 12-2)
Whiteside 20, N. Bard 6, Hollenshead 8, Elbin 6, Beatty 13, A. Bard 4. Totals 17 21-27 57.
Tussey Mountain 8 10 16 14 -- 48
S. Fulton 16 14 14 13 -- 57

3-point goals -- Tussey Mountain 2 (Swope, Williams), Southern Fulton 2 (Whiteside, Beatty). JV -- Southern Fulton, 43-39 (SF: Amy Bard 18).

McConnellsburg 44, Hyndman 34

McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. -- Courtney McClure scored 10 points and Michelle Baker chipped in with nine points, 10 boards and six assists as McConnellsburg (9-11, 4-11) defeated Hyndman (3-16, 2-13) in a Sideling Hill game.

McConnellsburg 44, Hyndman 34
HYNDMAN (3-16, 2-13)
Willison 15, Emerick 3, Shaffer 2, Hardinger 10, Shoemaker 2, Swauger 2. Totals 14 5-11 34.
McCONNELLSBURG (9-11, 4-11)
Deshong 9, Pollock 6, McClure 10, Porterfield 7, Baker 8, Morton 2. Totals 15 13-22 44.
Hyndman 9 9 5 11 -- 34
McConnellsburg 13 9 10 12 -- 44

3-point goals -- Hyndman 1 (Hardinger), McConnellsburg 1 (Porterfield).

St. Maria Goretti 40, Hancock 29

Colleen Costello had 10 points and nine rebounds for St. Maria Goretti, which used a 16-2 third-quarter run to overtake Hancock at home.

Angie Nevarez recorded 10 points and five steals for the Gaels (12-13).

Shawnda Wills scored a game-high 11 points for the Panthers (4-11).

St. Maria Goretti 40, Hancock 29
HANCOCK (4-11)

Logsdon 1, Wills 11, Younker 5, Stigile 7, McSparron 1, Leavy 4. Totals 10 4-13 29.
ST. MARIA GORETTI (12-13)
Shoop 4, Rzomp 7, Costello 11, Garvey 6, Nevarez 10, Thompson 2. Totals 16 6-14 40.
Hancock 13 9 2 5 -- 29
Goretti 14 6 16 4 -- 40

3-point goals -- Hancock 5 (Wills 3, Younker, Stigile), Goretti 2 (Garvey, Nevarez). Fouled out -- Logsdon.

Heritage 57, MSD 38

Morgan McIntire had 22 points and six steals to pace Heritage Academy in its win against the Maryland School for the Deaf (15-6).

Callie Butts scored 10 points, Bri Dorsey tallied six steals and Rachel Clarke grabbed six rebounds for the Eagles (19-2).

Heritage 57, MSD 38
MD. SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF (15-6)

Tucker 7, Lewis 21, Seremth 4, Taylor 2, Israel 4. Totals 18 2-14 38.
HERITAGE ACADEMY (19-2)McIntire 22, Dorsey 3, Clark 2, Re. Clarke 2, Butts 10, Ra. Clarke 8, Gaylor 8, Kidd 2. Totals 23 10-21 57.
MSD 10 11 7 10 -- 38
Heritage 18 16 10 13 -- 57

3-point goals -- Heritage 1 (McIntire).

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Tuscarora 77, No. 5 Jefferson 65

FREDERICK, Md. -- Dewey McDonald had 24 points, 10 rebounds and five assists for Jefferson, which dropped its fourth straight game.

Garrett Grantham added 12 points and six rebounds, while Marquise Jones and Justin Bryan scored 11 points apiece for the Cougars (7-7). Nick Zbikowski also had seven rebounds in the loss.

Jonathan Thomas led Tuscarora (14-3) with 25 points, while Tee Talley scored 23 points.

Tuscarora 77, Jefferson 65
JEFFERSON (7-7)

Johnson 2, Regalia 4, McDonald 24, Jones 11, Grantham 12, Bryan 11, Zbikowski 4. Totals 22 16-23 65.
TUSCARORA (14-3)
Randolph 10, Bowens 7, Thomas 25, Talley 23, Kraham 10, Craig 2. Totals 28 17-26 77.
Jefferson 22 20 9 14 -- 65
Tuscarora 22 21 16 18 -- 77

3-point goals -- Jefferson 5 (Jones 3, McDonald, Bryan), Tuscarora 4 (Thomas 3, Bowens).

Williamsport 50, Fort Hill 45

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