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Area Roundup

December 01, 2011

Thursday, December 1, 2011

BOYS BASKETBALL

Highland View 78, Mountain View 51

Ray Fisher had 17 points and eight assists to lead Highland View Academy past Mountain View Academy on Thursday.

Paris Ritter had 12 points, 17 rebounds and five blocks, Hunter Sorenson had 16 points — including two 3-pointers — and six assists, Justin Osoro had 12 points and Daniel Tulloch added 10 points for the Tartans (2-2).

HIGHLAND VIEW
Tulloch 3 3-3 10, Sorenson 7 0-1 16, Osoro 5 1-4 12, Mendoza 2 2-2 7, Ritter 6 0-2 12, Fisher 7 3-4 17, Dai 2 0-0 4. Totals 32 9-16 78.
Mountain View    13    11    10    17    —    51
Highland View    18    21    20    19    —    78



GIRLS BASKETBALL

Mountain View 32, Highland View 27

Chelsea Bellman had eight points and two rebounds for Highland View Academy in a loss to Mountain View Academy.

Canetra Salary had seven points and nine rebounds for the Tartans (0-4).

MOUNTAIN VIEW
Ashby 1 0-0 2, Grimes 1 1-2 3, Stowers 3 2-3 8, Hardman 3 2-7 8, C. Ashby 2 1-2 5, Rosin 1 0-0 2, Tierner 2 0-0 4. Totals 13 6-14 32.
HIGHLAND VIEW (0-4)
Salary 2 3-9 7, C. Bellman 4 0-0 8, Harrison 1 3-8 5, Libebe 0 3-5 3, Wooton 2 0-2 4. Totals 9 9-24 27.
Mountain View    7    6    8    11    —    32
Highland View    9    5    5    8    —    27
Rebounds — Highland View 22 (Salary 9). Assists — Highland View 3.



BOWLING

Locals win holiday tournaments

Two Hagerstown natives were victorious in bowling tournaments at Southside Bowl on Nov. 23.

Danny Brugh won the annual Thanksgiving Eve King of the Hill Tenpin tournament, which was open to USBC-sanctioned bowlers. Brugh was the top seed after the field of 36 competed in four qualifying games. He defeated fourth-seed Mike Rutherford 211-188 in the stepladder bracket final.

Rutherford advanced to the final by beating No. 5-seed Scott Bussard 190-180, No. 3-seed Glen Poffenberger 277-258 and No. 2-seed Don Curry, 258-208.

Robert Korpisz won the inaugural Thanksgiving Eve Handicap Duckpin King of the Hill tournament, which was open to NDBC-sanctioned bowlers. Korpisz was the top seed after a field of 48 competed in four qualifying games. Korpisz beat fifth-seed Josh Wise 156-147 in the stepladder bracket final.

Wise beat third-seed Amy Andrews and fourth-seed Terry Moore in a three-player game, 163-162-131. He then defeated No. 2-seed Chris McPherson 146-130 to reach the final.

Other honor scores at Southside Bowl for September, October, and November include:

* Bobby Forrest and Dave Vulgamott each received $25 for bowling a 299 game in the Daryl Moats Commercial League.

* Doug Kidd received $125 for bowling a 224 game (94 pins over average) and a 525 series (135 pins over average) in the Wednesday Night Duckpin League.

* Eric Andrews received $75 for bowling a 232 game and a 533 series in the Wednesday Night Duckpin League.

* Robert Walker received $25 for bowling a 298 game in the Tuesday Night Mixed League.

* Josh Grim received $50 for bowling a 280 game (100 pins over average) and 723 series (150 pins over average) in the Friday Night Mixed League.



HORSE RACING

Charles Town Classic upgraded

Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races will host its first-ever Grade 2 race in 2012 as the American Graded Stakes Committee awarded the $1,000,000 Charles Town Classic an elevation following just its third running in April.

The 2012 Charles Town Classic, which will again carry a purse of $1 million, is scheduled for April 14.

The first graded edition of the Charles Town Classic in 2011 proved to be a blockbuster, with all 10 runners entering the race as graded stakes winners. It was the first non-Breeders’ Cup race in the United States to have 10 or more starters who were all graded stakes winners since the 2006 Arlington Million.

All told, the 10 Charles Town Classic starters combined to win 16 graded stakes, including seven Grade 1 races, in 2011 alone.



RUNNING

15K Mountain Run on Saturday

The 33rd annual Goodloe E. Byron Memorial 15K Mountain Run will be held Saturday at 9 a.m., starting and ending at Echo Field at Mount St. Mary’s University.

Race-day registration is from 7:30 to 8:45 a.m. The entry fee is $25 or $20 for students.

For information, contact Don Butt at 240-674-5634, Mark Lawrence at 240-285-4703 or Larry Cunningham at 301-537-0993.

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