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Blazers suffer first loss

December 27, 2011

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

BOYS BASKETBALL

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. — Noah Smartt scored a game-high 19 points to help Southern Fulton hand Clear Spring its first loss of the season, 62-52, in the championship game of the Great Tri-State Shootout on Tuesday.

Damon Gordon added 15 points for Southern Fulton (6-1).

Jared Brant led Clear Spring (7-1) with 10 points, while Nick Hill tacked on eight points and seven rebounds. Sam Elwood added four assists.

CLEAR SPRING (7-1)
S. Elwood 4, Hill 8, Weaver 4, Aaron 7, Cornwell 2, Walling 7, Brant 10, Miller 3, Sensenbaugh 1, Lazich 6. Totals 16 7-10 52.
SOUTHERN FULTON (6-1)
Hall 11, Gordon 15, Smartt 19, Ashkettle 2, Seburn 10, Wertz 2, Fitz 3. Totals 24 8-15 62.
Clear Spring    13    6    15    18    —    52
So. Fulton    10    20    19    13    —    62
3-point goals — Clear Spring 5 (Hill 2, Aaron, walling, Brant); Southern Fulton 6 (Hall, Gordon, Smartt 3, Fitz).

Berkeley Springs 68, Hancock 60

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. — Jared Spielman had 15 points, including two 3-pointers, to lead Berkeley Springs past Hancock in the Great Tri-State Shootout consolation game.

Zach Wise had 12 points, including two 3-pointers, Derrick Cowles had 10 points and Brady Spielman added nine points for the Indians (4-3), who outscored Hancock 27-17 in the fourth quarter.

Vince Foreman had 17 points, Chad Sipe had 14 points and Donnie O’Brien added 11 points for the Panthers (1-6).

HANCOCK (1-6)
Foreman 17, Sipe 14, O’Brien 11, Wiles 8, McKinley 6, Martin 3, Finney 1. Totals 18 22-36 60.
BERKELEY SPRINGS (4-3)
J. Spielman 15, Wise 12, Cowles 10, B. Spielman 9, Recio 7, Tyser 6, Athey 5, Kearney 2, Walters 2. Totals 16 31-40 68.
Hancock    13    17    13    17    —    60
Berk. Springs    11    19    11    27    —    68
3-point goals — Hancock 2 (Sipe, Martin); Berkeley Springs 4 (Wise 2, J. Spielman 2). Fouled out — O’Brien, Finney.

Goretti 69, Fort Hill 61

CUMBERLAND, Md. — Yannick Zanfack had 18 points and eight rebounds to lead St. Maria Goretti past Fort Hill (4-3) in the first round of the Bill Bowers Christmas Classic.

Martin Geben had 17 points and seven rebounds, Tyrus Fleetwood had 13 points and five assists, Gavin Rajahpillay had 12 points and five assists and Thomas Blake added 10 points for the Gaels (7-5).

Goretti will play Allegany tonight at 7.

FORT HILL (4-3)
Kelly 12, D’Atri 20, Wolfe 11, Powell 14, Harden 4. Totals 21 14-19 61.
ST. MARIA GORETTI (7-5)
Fleetwood 13, Rajahpillay 12, Geben 17, Zanfack 18, Blake 10. Totals 20 24-33 69.
Fort Hill    16    16    14    15    —    61
Goretti    14    13    17    25    —    69
3-point goals — Fort Hill 5 (D’Atri 4, Powell); Goretti 5 (Fleetwood 3, Zanfack, Blake).

Chambersburg 46, Penn Manor 35

RED LION, Pa. — A.J. Maun had 13 points to lead Chambersburg past Penn Manor (3-3) in the first round of the Red Lion Holiday Tournament.

Kellen Williams and Mitch Stahl added 11 points each for the Trojans (3-4).

CHAMBERSBURG (3-4)
Plank 7, Oyler 2, Shaffer 2, Maun 13, Williams 11, Stahl 11. Totals 18 7-14 46.
PENN MANOR (3-3)
Reagan 5, Parmer 3, Jackson 2, Mohimani 8, Summy 15, Quinn 2. Totals 14 2-3 35.
Chambersburg    12    7    11    16    —    46
Penn Manor    4    15    6    10    —    35
3-point goals — Chambersburg 3 (Plank, Maun, Williams); Penn Manor 5 (Reagan, Parmer, Mohimani 2, Summy). Fouled out — Williams.



GIRLS BASKETBALL

Boonsboro 79, Everett 47

EVERETT, Pa. — Ashlyn Hawbaker scored 26 points and added six steals to lead the Warriors over Everett in the Everett Holiday Tournament.

Stephanie Pantos scored 13 points, while Claudia Jenkins put up 11 points for Boonsboro (4-3), which forced 28 turnovers. Amber Smith added eight rebounds, six steals and four assists.

BOONSBORO (4-3)
S. Smith 2, Pantos 13, A. Smith 6, Poffenberger 4, Hawbaker 26, Jenkins 11, Sheridan 4, Seabright 2, Bowman 2, Tucker 2, O’Brien 7. Totals 36 4-7 79.
EVERETT (4-2)
Au. Phipps 11, Brallier 9, Morral 6, Duvall 15, Beegle 3, Hillenbrand 2, Al. Phipps 1. Totals 15 15-25 47.
Boonsboro    11    26    25    17    —    79
Everett    16    11    13    7    —    49
3-point goals — Boonsboro 3 (Pantos, Hawbaker, Jenkins); Everett 2 (Brallier, Duvall).

Berkeley Springs 52, Philip Barbour 39

SHINNSTON, W.Va. — Deidra Burch and Caitlyn Natfil each scored 14 points to lead the Indians past Philip Barbour and into the championship round of the Lincoln Holiday Tournament.

Berkeley Springs (4-3) will meet Lincoln tonight at 7:30 for the championship.

Casey Solomon added 11 points for the Indians.

BERKELEY SPRINGS (4-3)
Burch 14, C. Natfil 14, Schetrompf 2, Solomon 11, B. Natfil 4, Yanez 7. Totals 23 4-10 52.
PHILIP BARBOUR
Shriver 5, Carey 2, Rogers 12, Riley 2, Keene 1, Neville 2, Haddix 15.Totals 17 3-11 39.
Berk. Springs    20    15    4    13    —    52
Philip Barbour    12    12    3    12    —    39
3-point goals — Berkeley Springs 2 (Solomon); Philip Barbour 2 (Haddix, Shriver).



GIRLS LACROSSE

Cline to play for Limestone

Smithsburg senior Taylor Cline, the 2011 Herald-Mail Washington County Player of the Year, will be accepting a scholarship to play at Limestone College, an NCAA Division II program in Gaffney, S.C.

Cline has scored more than 100 goals and also has 37 assists. She is a two-time All-County First Team honoree.



BOYS LACROSSE

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Leach to sign with Mars Hill

Smithsburg senior Tanner Leach will be accepting a scholarship to play at Mars Hill College, an NCAA Division II program in North Carolina.

Leach has played varsity at Smithsburg for two years. As a junior, he was selected to the MVAL Antietam second-team.



MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL

Grace Academy Tournament

Grace Academy 37, MSD 28

Grace: Harrison Barger 13, Mark Koontz 12.

MSD: Austin Lapin 9, Bradley Perry 6.



MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL

Grace Academy Tournament

Northern 36, E. Russell Hicks 31

Northern: Natalie Karlen 20, Kristen Searay 5.

E. Russell Hicks: Lindsey Bedregal 7, Olivia Griffin 6.

St. Joseph’s 28, Grace Academy 14

St. Joseph’s: Lindsay Williams 11.

Grace: Mary Hyke 6.

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