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Blazers run past Tribe

December 26, 2011

Monday, December 26, 2011

Boys Basketball

BERKELEY SPRINGS,  W.Va. – Clear Spring stretched its unbeaten record to 7-0 with a 70-57 win over Berkeley Springs on Monday in the Great Tri-State Shootout.

The Blazers opened up a 20-10 lead after the first period, beating the Indians (3-3) for the second time in five days. Clear Spriong will meet Southern Fulton in the finals tonight.

Nick Hill paced Clear Spring with a 24-point performanceand chipped in three steals. Sam Elwood had 15 points and eight assists and Chris Miller led the team in rebounds with six. Riley Lazich mopped up with 10 points.

Richard Recio tallied 17 points and Derrick Cowles had 13 for Berkeley Springs.
 
CLEAR SPRING (7-0)
S. Elwood 15, Hill 24, Weaver 2, Aaron 7, Cornwell 4, Miller 6, Sensenbaugh 2, Lazich 10. Totals 23 20-27 70.
BERKELEY SPRINGS (3-3)
Wise 6, Cowles 13, J. Spielman 8, B. Spielman 7, Whipple 1, Kearney 1, Recio 17, Twigg 2,  Acie 2. Totals 20 16-27 57
Clear Spring    20    17    10    23    —    70
Berkeley    10    14    15    18    —    57
3-point goals: Clear Spring 4 (Hill 2, Aaron, Lazich); Berkeley 1 (J. Spielman).

Southern Fulton 67, Hancock 37
BERKELEY SPRINGS — In the Great Tri-State Shootout, Southern Fulton used a huge first quarter to pounce on Hancock.

Southern Fulton (5-1) outscored Hancock (1-5) in the first eight minutes 23-2. In the third quarter the Indians held a 24-11 advantage.

Nick Smartt led four players in double figures with 14 points. Alex Seburn, Jacob Ashkettle and Brandon Wertz each had 10 points. Brady Golden had nine points, nine rebounds and nine assists.

Chad Sipe led Hancock with eight points.

SOUTHERN FULTON (5-1)
Hall 5, Ni. Smartt 14, Gordon 9, Ashkettle 10, Seburn 10, Wertz 10, Fitz 3, Litton 4, Golden 2. Totals 26 12-20 67.
HANCOCK (1-5)
O’Brien 7, Wiles 7, Foreman 7, McKinley 4, Finney 1, Sipe 8, Anderson 3. Totals 13 7-14 37.
So. Fulton    23    12    24    8    —    67
Hancock    2    12    11    12    —    37
3-point goals—Southern Fulton 3 (Hall, Gordon, Smartt); Hancock 4 (O’Brien 2, Wiles, Foreman). Fouled out—H: Foreman.

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