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Roman helps Trojans advance in district tourney

February 23, 2011

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

BOYS BASKETBALL

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Skyler Roman put an end to a see-saw game by hitting his third 3-pointer of the night with 25.4 seconds remaining to lead Chambersburg to a 51-47 victory over Cocalico in its PIAA District 3-AAAA opener Wednesday.

The Trojans (18-5), the eighth seed, finally got the lead on Roman’s shot in a game where the teams traded leads for much of the game. Neither team led by more than three points until the final margin.

Cocalico, the ninth seed, attempted to overtake Chambersburg but lost the ball. Kayone Teal was fouled in the scramble for a loose ball and hit a pair of free throws with 1 second remaining to ice the game.

Teal finished with 18 points and eight rebounds, while Roman finished with 17 and six steals.

Chambersburg faces top-seeded York on Friday in Hershey, Pa.

Chambersburg 51, Cocalico 47
COCALICO (17-7)

Brossman 4 0-0 12, Graybill 1 0-0 2, Antol 7 0-0 14, Bransby 5 0-0 11, Schweitzer 1 0-0 2, Tanger 2 1-2 6 Totals 20 1-2 47.
CHAMBERSBURG (18-5)
Carson-Rivera 4 0-1 8, Patterson 3 0-0 6, Roman 7 0-0 17, Teal 8 2-2 18, Stahl 1 0-0 2, Totals 23 2-3 51.
Cocalico    19    10    6    12    —    47
Chambersburg    15    13    8    15    —    51

3-point goals — Cocalico 6 (Brossman 4, Tanger, Bransby), Chambersburg 3 (Roman 3).

MSD 76, Hancock 28

FREDERICK, Md. — Maryland School for the Deaf broke a 10-10 in the first quarter and held Hancock to two points the rest of the half en route to a convincing win.

Todd Bonheyo led MSD (21-8) with 22 points.

Spencer Heller led Hancock (8-14) with seven points, 12 rebounds and five blocked shots.

HANCOCK (8-14)
O’Brien 1 3-4 5, Foreman 0 0-2 0, Souders 3 1-4 7, Ray 1 0-0 2, McCoy 3 1-2 7, Heller 3 1-4 7 Totals 11 6-16 28.
MARYLAND SCHOOL FOR DEAF (21-8)
Gaskins 1 0-0 2, Frank 4 0-0 8, Bonheyo 9 4-6 22, Ja. Steingieser 3 0-0 6, Simmons 0 2-2 2, Je. Steingieser 3 1-4 9, Goldberg 2 0-2 4, Bartell 0 2-2 2, Harrington 6 7-9 19, Carson 1 0-2 2. Totals 29 16-20 76
Hancock    10    2    10    6    —    28
MSD    19    23    13    22    —    76

3-point goals — MSD 2 (Je. Steingieser 2).



GIRLS BASKETBALL

Berkeley Springs 72, Petersburg 44

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. — Berkeley Springs came out strong early and left no doubt in its W.Va. Class AA Region II, Section 1 opener against Petersburg (5-15).

Sarah Haynes scored 12 of her team-high 25 points in the first quarter as the Indians (21-1) grabbed a 25-13 lead. They went up 47-17 at the half as Deidra Burch scored 14 of her 17 points in the second quarter.

Haynes added 11 rebounds, six assists and eight assists to her point total while Casey Solomon finished with 10 rebounds. Lauren Schetrompf added 17 points.

The Indians will host the winner of Frankfort-Keyser in the second round on Friday.

PETERSBURG (5-15)
Ludwick 1 0-0 2, Early 1 0-0 2, Hiser 2 2-2 7, Hartman 2 3-7 7, Inskeep 2 0-0 4, Bible 4 0-2 8, Weasenforth 1 0-0 3, Lough 3 0-0 9, Brosh 1 0-4 2. Totals 17 5-15 44.
BERKELEY SPRINGS (21-1)
Burch 7 1-1 17, Hessler 1 0-0 2, Williams 1 0-0 3, Schetrompf 8 1-2 17, Solomon 2 2-2 6, Haines 10 2-8 25, Ambrose 1 0-0 2, Napfel 0 0-2 0. Totals 30 6-15 72.
Petersburg    13    4    14    13    —    44
Berk. Springs    25    22    16    9    —    72

3-point goals — Petersburg 5 (Lough 3, Hiser, Weasenforth), Berekeley Springs 6 (Haines 3, Burch 2, Williams).

Smithsburg 61, Liberty 53

ELDERSBURG, Md. — Katie Sprecher scored a game-high 25 points and also added seven rebounds to lead Smithsburg past Liberty (4-19).

Sara Rishell had a double-double with 12 points and 12 rebounds, Taylor Belella had nine points and seven rebounds and Danielle Harbaugh had seven rebounds for the Leopards (21-1).

SMITHSBURG (21-1)
Belella 4 0-0 9, Andrukat 1 6-8 9, Sprecher 7 9-11 25, Owens 0 2-2 2, Rishell 4 4-7 12, Harbaugh 2 0-0 4. Totals 18 21-28 61.
LIBERTY (4-19)
Coughlin 3 0-0 6, K. McCormick 4 4-5 13, Cross 1 6-9 8, M. McCormick 4 1-1 12, Karr 0 1-2 1, Marlatt 6 1-2 13. Totals 18 13-18 53.
Smithsburg    8    18    18    17    —    61
Liberty    13    12    18    10    —    53

3-point goals — Smithsburg 4 (Belella, Andrukat, Sprecher 2), Liberty 4 (K. McCormick, M. McCormick 3). Rebounds — Smithsburg 39 (Rishell 12). Assists — Smithsburg 12 (Andrukat 4).

Williamsport 29, South Hagerstown 22

WILLIAMSPORT — Kayla Ewing had nine points and 14 rebounds to lead Williamsport (7-15) past South Hagerstown on Senior Night.

Katrice Dickson scored 10 points for the Rebels (4-16).

SOUTH HAGERSTOWN (4-16)
Niang 0 1-4 1, Johnson 2 0-0 4, Dickson 4 1-6 10, Showe 2 0-0 4, Small 0 3-6 3. Totals 8 5-16 22.
WILLIAMSPORT (7-15)
Gulnac 1 4-7 6, Arnone 3 0-1 6, Scott 1 0-2 2, Huff 0 0-1 0, Christy 3 0-0 6, Ewing 3 3-6 9. Totals 11 7-15 29.
South    2    9    6    5    —    22
Williamsport    11    3    9    6    —    29

3-point goals — South 1 (Dickson). Rebounds — Williamsport 39 (Ewing 14).

Hedgesville 49, Jefferson 40

HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. — Bianca Creamer had 13 points and eight steals to lead Hedgesville past Jefferson in the West Virginia Class AAA Region II Section 1 semifinals.

Tyana Monette had 12 points and eight rebounds, Carly Elliott had 12 points and Danielle Hoffmaster had 10 points for the Eagles (14-9).

Hedgesville advances to play host Martinsburg in the championship game on Friday at 7.

JEFFERSON
Jones 1 0-0 2, McDonald 1 2-2 4, Wagner 0 1-4 1, Miller 2 1-3 6, Thomas 6 0-0 12, Plourde 7 1-6 15. Totals 17 5-15 40.
HEDGESVILLE (14-9)
Creamer 5 3-5 13, Shaw 1 0-0 2, Monette 5 2-4 12, Elliott 5 2-3 12, Hoffmaster 4 2-2 10. Totals 20 9-14 49.
Jefferson    9    12    10    9    —    40
Hedgesville    8    18    8    15    —    49

3-point goals — Jefferson 1 (Miller).



JV BOYS HOOPS

MSD 54, Hancock 50

Hancock: Hunter McKinley 24, Jordan Posten 10.



JV GIRLS HOOPS

Liberty 37, Smithsburg 27

Smithsburg: Kinsey Shifflett 12.

Williamsport 33, South 32

Williamsport: Hannah Kastelein 8.



YOUTH BASKETBALL

Hagerstown Junior League

Junior Division

Knights of Columbus 45, Nextow 28

Knights: P. Carey 14, Luna 12, M. Carey 10, Moulton 4, Thompson 3, Moats 2.

Nextow: McMillan 9, Demottez 6, Mason 4, Benner 3, Gantt 2, Michael 2, Joseph 2.

Maugansville Ruritan 56, PTL 29

Maugansville: Moir 13, House 9, Semler 9, Tribble 9, Rios 8, Mitchell 4, Toth 2, Kauffman 2.

PTL: Qadir 11, Fiery 6, Wallech 4, Nittinger 4, Hart 2, Daniels 2.

Elementary Division

Alsatia 45, AC&T 35


Alsatia: Von Philp 8, Roman 13, Zinaich 2, Sprecher 1, Butler 8, Breakall 5, Bywaters 8.

AC&T: Johnson 13, Micco 3, Nicholson 17, Gaines 2.

Preferred Arbor 32, TLD 28

Preferred Arbor: Kline 3, Gantt 11, Smington 10, Townsend 6, Espirito 2.

TLD: Itnyre 4, Wetzel 23, Dotson 1.

Boonsboro Area Boys League

5th & 6th Grade


P&B Lawn Care 30, Hodge Masonry 16

P&B: Smith 15, Feaster 4, Hardy 4, Myers 3, Duft 2, Presley 2.

Hodge: Holder 7, Main 6, Santa Maria 3.

AGLA 34, Henry’s 16

AGLA: Harsh 7, Elzie 10, Hamburg 14, Keller 2, Poling 1.

Henry’s: Crampton 2, Bare 5, Row 4, Wells 3, Rinehart 2.



WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

HCC seeded 4th in Region XX

The Hagerstown women’s basketball team earned a No. 4 seed in the five-team Region XX Tournament, which will be played March 4-6 at Cecil College.

HCC will face host Cecil in a play-in game at 7 p.m. on March 4. The winner of the game will advance to meet top-seeded Frederick in March 5’s semifinals.

Flores recognized by league

HCC freshman Alessandra Flores was an honorable mention selection to the All-Maryland JuCo Conference team on Wednesday. She led the Hawks with a 14.1 points per game average.

Montgomery Rockville’s Alexandra Silva, who graduated from South Hagerstown, was awarded first-team honors.



MEN’S BASKETBALL

HCC places 3 on conference team

Hagerstown Community College’s Dameatric Scott and Najee White were selected to the All-Maryland JuCo Conference first team on Wednesday, while Devin Miller was placed on the second team.

Scott and White were on the 10-member first team squad.

Scott, of Hagerstown and a Greencastle-Antrim graduate, has averaged 11.9 points, 6 rebounds and 4.7 assists for HCC, while White scored 12.4 points and led the team with 7.5 rebounds per game.

Miller is HCC’s leading scorer at 14.7 points per game, while pulling down 6.7 rebounds.

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