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Broadfording boys pull away from Faith

December 09, 2010

December 9, 2010

BOYS BASKETBALL

Broadfording 81, Faith Christian 38

Pete Cradduck had 22 points and D.J. Blanks added 20 points as Broadfording pulled away from Faith Christian with 50 second-half points in an MDCC victory.

Cradduck added six rebounds and three steals, while Blanks had eight of the Lions’ 24 steals. Elijah Colliflower added 24 rebounds for Broadfording (5-1, 4-0).

Alex Vocature had 12 points and Paul Hercules added 10 points for Faith (2-3, 1-2).

Highland View 65, Fulton Co. CC 46

Ray Fisher had 14 points and eight steals, and Stephen Avila added 14 points to lead Highland View past Fulton County Community Christian.

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The Tartans (2-3) pulled away in the fourth quarter, outscoring FCCC, 29-14. Paris Ritter had 12 points, seven rebounds and four blocks for Highland View, while Joel Nolasco had nine points and eight rebounds. Fisher and Avila each added three assists.

Kenny Lininger led FCCC with 28 points.

Mercersburg 103, Hood College JV 85

MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Chall Montgomery scored 36 points and added four rebounds and three assists to pace the Blue Storm.

Donyae Jackson had 29 points, six rebounds, four assists and two blocks for Mercersburg Academy (2-2). Julian Eisner had 25 points, five rebounds and five assists, and Troy Nwanna added 11 points, five assists and four rebounds.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

MSD 53, Hancock 47

HANCOCK — Claire Tucker scored 22 points to lead Maryland School for the Deaf past Hancock.

Maureen Leavy led the Panthers (0-2) with 19 points and 19 rebounds, but Hancock made just 5 of 15 free throws.

Faith Christian 60, Broadfording 43

Nicole Deneseus had 31 points, 22 rebounds and six blocks to lead faith Christian past Broadfording in the MDCC.

Jackie Solenberger added 21 points, nine rebounds and eight assists for Faith (4-1, 2-1), which outscored Broadfording 17-5 in the first quarter.

Katie Connolly made four 3-pointers and finished with 25 points for the Lions (2-4, 1-2).

Highland View 33, Fulton Co. CC 19

Wendy Anyona and Ashley Distan each scored nine points, and the Tartans (2-4) outscored Fulton County Community Christian 10-0 in the first quarter.

PREP WRESTLING

FSK 43, Smithsburg 42

Wednesday at UNION BRIDGE, Md.

Note: FSK won on tiebreaker criteria No. 8 — most first takedowns.

103 — Delauter (S) fft.; 112 — Friedel (FSK) p. Merbach, 4:56; 119 — Roberts (S) p. Weishaan, 3:39; 125 — Plank (FSK) p. Kopka, 0:37; 130 — Wetzel (FSK) fft.; 135 — Crown (S) p. Chaney, 5:35; 140 — Harbaugh (S) p. Hughes, 1:13; 145 — Prince (FSK) p. Mutchler, 1:52; 152 — Scott (S) p. Petru, 3:53; 160 — Ziegler (FSK) p. Condo, 1:22; 171 — Leopold (S) fft.; 189 — Knox (FSK) d. Sharon by injury default; 215 — Peters (FSK) p. Michael, 3:07; 285 — Caraway (S) p. Gesell, 2:22.

Record: Smithsburg 0-1.

JV GIRLS BASKETBALL

St. Maria Goretti 29, Hancock 23

Goretti: Lauree Lorensen 16.

Hancock: Kara McKinley 6.

FROSH BOYS BASKETBALL

South Hagerstown 39, Boonsboro 22

South: Isiaha Smith 15, Tyler Stubbs 8.

Boonsboro: Dylan Coulter 7, Trevor Walsh 6.

YOUTH BASKETBALL

Hagerstown Junior League

Junior Division

Nextow 39, Centra Bank 16

Nextow: Mason 9, Hoffman 7, Michael 6, Demonttez 6, McMillan 5, Gantt 4, Benner 2.

Centra Bank: Carvertier 11, Baylor 2, Hubbard 2, Peer 1.

Accent Imaging 52, Rotary 49

Accent: Akaya 26, Roberts 7, Andrews 6, Capezuto 4, Fisher 3, Ostrum 3, George 2, Stotler 1.

Rotary: Barr 21, Robinson 11, Martin 10, Alicea 6, Jamison 1.

Knights of Columbus 63, Hagerstown Lions 26

Knights: P. Carey 27, Luna 12, M. Carey 10, Eyler 6, Moulton 5, Moats 2, Thompson 1.

Lions: Shipley 10, Nave 9, Khan 4, Payne 3.

Elementary Division

Robinson & Robinson 25, Weller’s 18

R&R: Broadus 6, Kutchey 6, James 2, Walker 3, Shay 8.

Weller’s: Kerns 6, Hartman 4, Ball 2, Yost 6.

AFSCME 26, Jerry’s 19

AFSCME: K. Searcy 4, Gazzda 6, Stoner 4, Embly 5, Gatewood 3, J. Searcy 4.

Jerry’s: Shatzer 1, Smith-Blackwood 4, Stephens 2, Martin 6, Taylor 6.

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