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Tartans fall in consolations

November 22, 2011
  • The HAYSL Orange Fusion won the Frederick County Youth Soccer U16 girls tournament on Nov. 12. From left to right  Front row: Paige Fisher, Jess Snyder, Sara Smith, Cadi Robinson, Lexi Sterling, Rosemary Delgado, Cortney Brown, Sarah Culver, Nicole Gaylor and coach Cesar Delgado. Back row: Coach Lynn Bowers, Breezy Kretzer, Maegan Rowe, Jordan Carpenter, Alexis Poper, Alexis Bowers, Jennifer Lee, Skyler Betts, Cassandra Li, Ashley Kessler, Corryn Ross and Danielle Garth. Not pictured: Ali Diaz.
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Tuesday, November 22, 2111

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Shenandoah Valley Christian Academy used pressing defense in the first half to create a 22-point halftime lead on the way to an easy 45-25 victory over Highland View Academy in the consolation game of the Lions Classic on Tuesday.

Highland View (0-3) committed 14 turnovers in the first half, many leading to Shanandoah Valley layups on the way to a 30-8 lead.

The Tartans made a run in the third quarter, outscoring Shenandoah Valley 13-1 as Elyssa Harrison scored four of her seven points.

Chelsea Bellman led Highland View with eight points, while Canetra Salary had five points and six rebounds. Makhela Libebe also had six rebounds.

SHENANDOAH VALLEY CHRISTIAN
Conradi 5 0-2 10, Pieper 9 0-2 18, Benkendorf 2 0-0 4, Bartholomew 3 0-0 6, Noppi 2 2-2 6, McGann 0 1-2 1. Totals 21 3-8 45.
HIGHLAND VIEW ACADEMY (0-3)
Wooton 0 0-2 0, Harrison 3 1-1 7, Reginato 1 0-0 2, C. Bellman 3 0-4 8, Salary 1 3-9 5, Beecher 1 0-0 3 Totals 9 4-16 25,
Shen. Valley     14    16    1    14    —    45
Highland View    5    3    13    4    —    25
3-point goals — Highland View 3 (C. Bellman 2, Beecher). Techincal Foul — Shenandoah Valley (bench).



BOYS BASKETBALL

St. Maria Goretti 72, Washington Christian 49

OLNEY, Md. — Yannick Zanfack had 23 points, five rebounds and three steals to lead Goretti past Washington Christian Academy.

Gavin Rajapillay had 15 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists, and Martin Geben added 12 points, 10 rebounds, four steals and three blocks for the Gaels (1-1).

ST. MARIA GORETTI (1-1)
Proctor 1 0-0 3, Fleetwood 5 2-4 13, Rajahpillay 5 2-4 15, Fairley 0 1-2 1, Geben 4 3-4 12, Zanfack 7 6-8 23, Blake 1 0-0 3, King 1 0-0 2. Totals 24 15-22 72.
WASHINGTON CHRISTIAN
Jackson 3 0-2 8, Jordan 1 2-2 4, Hein 4 2-2 14, Rodgers-Paris 4 1-2 9, Fleming 3 1-3 7, Carr 3 0-0 7. Totals 18 6-11 49.
Goretti    24    20    12    16    —    72
Washington    15    12    12    10    —    49
3-point goals — Goretti 9 (Zanfack 3, Rajahpillay 2, Proctor, Fleetwood, Geben, Blake). Washington 7 (Hein 4, Jackson 2, Carr).

Grace Brethren 69, Highland View 57

Harry Howerton had 22 points, Desmond Bragsdale added 18 and Grace Brethren pulled away from Highland View in the third quarter, outscoring the Tartans 17-5 in the period to erase a one-point halftime deficit in the Lions Classic consolation game.

Ray Fisher had 14 points, Hunter Sorenson had 13 points and Paris Ritter added eight points and 13 rebounds for Highland View (1-2).

GRACE BRETHREN
Howerton 4 14-15 22, Lepzom 1 1-1 3, Snow 3 0-2 8, Neugent 2 2-6 6, Grey 1 5-11 7, Bragsdale 9 0-0 18, Robertson 1 3-4 5. Totals 21 25-39 69.
HIGHLAND VIEW (1-2)
Ritter 4 0-6 8, Tulloch 2 4-4 8, Fisher 5 2-3 14, Osoro 3 2-4 8, Sorenson 3 6-6 13, Marquez 1 1-1 3, Mendoza 1 0-0 3. Totals 19 15-24 57.
Grace    14    20    17    18    —    69
Highland View    15    20    5    17    —    57
3-point goals — Grace 2 (Snow 2), Highland View 4 (Fisher 2, Sorenson, Mendoza). Rebounds — Highland View 32 (Ritter 13), Grace 24. Assists — Highland View 9 (Osoro 3), Grace 11. Steals — Highland View 11 (Fisher 3), Grace 25. Fouled out — Ritter, Polloch.



WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Edinboro 87, Shepherd 56

EDINBORO, Pa. — Edinboro, the 14th-ranked team in NCAA Division II, forced 47 Shepherd turnovers in routing the Rams.

Darche Johnson had 19 points, seven rebounds and seven steals to lead Edinboro (3-0). Kiara Brown added 17 points, Raven Metz tossed in 14 and Renee Brown had 10.

Emily Daniel made 8 of 12 field goals and had 24 points and 11 rebounds to lead Shepherd (2-2). Alex Weakland added nine points off the bench for the Rams on three 3-pointers.

Two Hawks honored

Hagerstown Community College sophomore Alessandra Flores was named tournament MVP and sophomore Yolanda Pinkcett was named the all-tournament team last weekend following the Alfred State Classic.



MEN’S BASKETBALL

Rams’ Moore gets weekly honor

Shepherd University junior forward Chad Moore was named the West Virginia Conference Player of the Week on Monday.

Moore guided the Rams to a 61-55 victory at West Virginia State on Saturday. He nearly posted a triple-double with 16 points, 16 rebounds and eight blocks. Moore’s eight blocks tied a Shepherd single-game record. He also had three steals and three assists.



YOUTH TENNIS

Tri-State Winter League

Indoor Team Tennis

Smart Aces 39, The Bomb 17

Male Singles — Anthony Adams (Aces) d. Corey Scharenbrock, 8-2; Female Singles — Amanda Bell (Aces) d. Kristen Downing, 8-0; Male Doubles — James Spinnler/Mateo Pelja (Bomb) d. Mitchell Rosenberger/Ross Eastman, 8-7; Female Doubles — Bell/Emily Seifarth (Aces) d. Ashley Robinson/Downing, 8-2; Mixed Doubles — Adams/Seifarth (Aces) d. Aaron Snook/Robinson, 8-5.

Breakers 40, Aces 12

Male Singles — Zac O’Neal (Breakers) d. Wornden Ly, 8-4; Female Singles — Miranda Speak (Breakers) d. Hannah Froehlich, 8-6;  Male Doubles — O’Neal/Andrew Shupp (Breakers) d. Nathan Weirich/Sam D’Alauro, 8-1; Female Doubles — Miranda Kearney/Dominique Forsman (Breakers) d. Cynthia Poling/Froehlich, 8-1; Mixed Doubles — Shupp/Kearney (Breakers) d. D’Alauro/Poling, 8-0.

Strikers 26, Smashers 22

Male Singles — Alex Nichols (Smashers) d. Garrett Johnston, 6-5; Female Singles — Madyn Abeles (Strikers) d. Abigail Dougal, 6-2; Male Doubles — Nichols/Jacob Minnich (Smashers) d. Colin Sappenfield/Kevin Abeles, 6-3; Female Doubles — Madeline Sappenfield/M. Abeles (Strikers) d. Talia Seidman/Sarah Cartwright, 6-5; Mixed Doubles — C. Sappenfield/M. Abeles (Strikers) d. Minnich/Dougal, 6-3.



BRIEFS

HCC Turkey Trot

The HCC athletic department will have packet pick-up in the ARCC Arena for all Turkey Trot participants today from 7 a.m. to noon. Runners are encouraged to pick their packets up to save time Thursday morning. Those who have not registered may do so today during packet pick-up. Packet pick-up and registration also will be held Thursday from 7:30 to 8:45 a.m. prior to the race. Chip timing will be used and will be given out Thursday morning, so please arrive early. Canned goods will be accepted as donations for Washington County Food Resources, Inc. For more information, contact the HCC athletic department at 240-500-2367 or the Washington County Recreation office at 240-313-2805.

Shepherd winter softball clinics

The Shepherd University softball team will host three softball clinics on Jan. 14, 15 and 21. The clinics will feature both a pitching and hitting session. The pitching session will run from 9 to 10:30 a.m. for ages 8-14 and from 10:30 a.m. to noon for ages 15 and older. The hitting session will run from from 9 to 10:30 a.m. for ages 15 and older and from 10:30 a.m. to noon for ages 8-14. Each session costs $30 per day, with a $50 cost per day for both sessions.

For more information or to register online, visit www.shepherdbook.com.

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