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Miller, Chisholm power Hawks

January 04, 2012
  • Heritage Academy's volleyball team won the Maryland Christian School Tournament on Oct. 28, 2011, defeating New Covenant in five games in the final. The Eagles went on to finish second in Division I at the National Association of Christian Athletes tournament in Dayton, Tenn., in early November. Their final 2011 record was 32-2-1 (18-0 in best-of-5 matches, 8-2 in best-of-3 matches and 6-0-1 in pool play). From left to right: Nicole Gaylor, Bethany Powell, Becky Brewer, Stephanie OBrien, Rose Clarke, Rachel Clarke, Cherie Clark, Jessica Gaylor, Christi Jackson, Callie Butts, Hannah Gaylor, Kathleen Kidd, Lizzy Kriner, Kara Stamper and coach Young-Sook Anderson.
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Wednesday, January 4, 2012

MEN’S BASKETBALL

GERMANTOWN, Md. — Devin Miller scored a game-high 26 points, including two 3-pointers, and added nine rebounds to lead Hagerstown Community College to a 104-99 victory over  Germantown in a Maryland JuCo game Wednesday night.

Allister Chisholm posted a double-double with 24 points, including four 3-pointers, and 13 rebounds for the Hawks (13-2, 8-0). Antonio Jenifer had 15 points and Tione Womack added 13 points.

HAGERSTOWN (13-2, 8-0)
Womack 13, Carter 11, Pyatt 2, Tarver 5, Chisholm 24, Miller 26, Jenifer 15, Pittman 4, Watson 4. Totals 36 25-35 104.
GERMANTOWN
Brown 12, Hunt 15, Rencher 4, Johnson 14, Carmoon 19, Thompkins 10, Whisenton 4, Johnson 19, Connors 2. Totals 34 23-35 99.
Halftime — HCC, 55-40. 3-point goals — HCC 9 (Tarver, Chisholm 4, Miller 2, Jenifer, Pittman); Germantown 6 (Brown, Hunt 3, Johnson 2).



PREP WRESTLING

South Hagerstown 57, Walkersville 28

at WALKERSVILLE, Md.

160 — Michael King (S) p. Jarred Ransom, 3:35; 170 — Brendan O’Connell (W) p. Trevor Schuck, 0:21; 182 — Jayshawn Young (S) fft.; 195 — Spencer Moore (S) p. Everrett Polvin, 3:20; 220 — Marquil Holt (S) p. Tyler Warnert, 4:38; 285 — Aaron Rowland (S) p. Ty Tucker, 2:52; 106 — Adam Dagenhart (S) fft.; 113 — John Schading (W) p. Tyler Moser, 0:23; 120 — double fft.; 126 — Collin Bowersox (W) d. Luke Heinrich, 13-2; 132 — Garret Farenholt (W). p. Jason Smith, 1:42; 138 — Begench Bayramov (S) p. Max Caywood, 0:36; 145 — Terry Chapman (S) d. John Sandovel, 13-12; 152 — Raymon Breland (S) p. Blair Kramer, 3:40.

Record: South 3-3.

Smithsburg 51, Linganore 30

at NEW MARKET, Md.

108 — Dylan Bryce (S) p. Feldman, 1:03; 115 — Muelerig (L) p. Dallton Alexander, 1:17; 122 — Ryan Milligan (S) p. Vannor, 1:07; 128 — Kramp (L) p. Taylor Lampasona, :31; 135 — Kian Roberts (S) p. Russo, 1:08; 140 — Harper (L) fft.; 147 — Ellis (L) fft.; 154 — Britton (L) p. Marco Ortega, 1:00; 162 — Chase Scott (S) t.f. Saylor, 16-1; 172 — Dalton Condo (S) m.d. Webber, 25-12; 182 — Travis Leopold (S) p. Ghanor, :42; 197 — Cory Michael (S) p. Jokria, 2:27; 222 — Sam Keyer (S) fft.

Record: Smithsburg 2-3.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Southern Fulton 72, Everett 51

WARFORDSBURG, Pa. — Damon Gordon had 16 points, seven rebounds, five assists and three steals to lead Southern Fulton past Everett.

Nick Smartt had 16 points, four assists and three steals, Jake Ashkettle had seven points and eight rebounds and Seth Hall added nine points on three 3-pointers for the Indians (7-1).

JV: Southern Fulton, 38-28 (SF: Brady Golden 15).

EVERETT
Schmit 2, Woy 5, Johnson 14, Ward 12, Payne 5, Mearkle 4, Mellott 6, Ritchie 3. Totals 19 9-12 51.
SOUTHERN FULTON (7-1)
Hall 9, Gordon 16, Smartt 16, Ashkettle 7, Seburn 8, Wertz 7, Fitz 2, Litton 7. Totals 30 8-15 72.
Everett    13    12    10    16    —    51
Southern Fulton    11    18    16    27    —    72
3-point goals — Everett 4 (Johnson 2, Ward, Payne); Southern Fulton 4 (Hall 3, Smartt).

Martinsburg 86, Millbrook 64

MILLBROOK, W.Va. — Denzel Cole scored 12 of his team-high 19 points from beyond the 3-point arc and added four steals and three assists to lead Martinsburg past Millbrook on Tuesday.

Jalen Lewis had 16 points — including two 3-pointers — six assists and five steals, Donte Grantham had 16 points and 18 rebounds, and Brandon Ashenfelter added seven rebounds for the Bulldogs (7-0).

MARTINSBURG (7-0)
Freeman 4, Robinson 8, Lewis 16, Gilmore 6, Johnson 1, Cole 19, Ashenfelter 4, Grantham 16, German 6, Hairston 6. Totals 36 6-19 86.
MILLBROOK
Russell 1, Deneal 1, Baylor 8, Harris 22, Culbreath 20, Taylor 6, Kazmarzewski 4, Trexler 2. Totals 22 16-28 64.
Martinsburg    26    23    15    22    —    86
Millbrook    9    23    14    18    —    64
3-point goals — Martinsburg 8 (Lewis 2, Gilmore 2, Cole 4); Millbrook 4 (Harris 2, Culbreath 2).

Juniata Mennonite 36, Fulton Co. CC 34

McALISTERVILLE, Pa. — Matthew Vonfricken scored 14 points and Juniata Mennonite outscored Fulton County Community Christian 15-10 in the fourth quarter Tuesday.

Skyler Gordon had 15 points, seven rebounds, six steals and three assists to lead Fulton County. Nathaniel Gingerich added 12 points and nine rebounds, while Caleb Gingerich had six rebounds and five assists.

FULTON COUNTY COMM. CHRISTIAN
Leedy 4, Gordon 15, N. Gingerich 12, C. Gingerich 3. Totals 15 2-7 34.
JUNIATA MENNONITE
Vonfricken 14, Watts 3, Book 3, Gehman 6, Showers 8, Auker 2. Totals 14 8-19 36.
FCCC    3    13    8    10    —    34
Juniata    10    1    10    15    —    36
3-point goals — FCCC 2 (Gordon 2).



GIRLS BASKETBALL

Waynesboro 57, James Buchanan 45

WAYNESBORO, Pa. — Megan Baker scored a game-high 35 points — making all 20 of her free throw attempts — and added six steals and four assists to lead Waynesboro past James Buchanan on Tuesday.

Delaney Blubaugh had six points and six rebounds for the Maidens (3-3, 2-1).

JV: James Buchanan, 25-10. (JB: Jennae Piper 11; W: Jade Swope 10).

JAMES BUCHANAN
Mongold 2, J. Carbaugh 3, Wagner 6, Piper 8, C. Carbaugh 4, Moguin 8, Christofano 14. Totals 13 19-31 45.
WAYNESBORO (3-3, 2-1)
Baker 35, Wagaman 4, Nicholas 4, Taylor 6, Blubaugh 6, Ecker 2. Totals 14 26-39 57.
James Buchanan    14    15    10    6    —    45
Waynesboro    6    18    15    18    —    57
3-point goals — Waynesboro 3 (Baker, Taylor 2).

Fulton Co. CC 37, Juniata Mennonite 36

McALISTERVILLE, Pa. — Jenae Gordon had 18 points, five rebounds and four steals as Fulton County Community Christian took a 14-3 lead after one quarter before holding on to beat Juniata Mennonite on Tuesday.

Christina Koontz and Sarah Gingerich each had six rebounds, and Rebecca Truax added four steals for FCCC.

FULTON COUNTY COMM. CHRISTIAN
Schultz 5, Daniels 6, Koontz 2, Truax 6, Gordon 18. Totals 16 3-10 37.
JUNIATA MENNONITE
Broen 11, Arnold 12, Hunsberger 9, Meiser 4. Totals 16 4-8 36.
FCCC    14    8    4    11    —    37
Juniata    3    6    14    13    —    36
3-point goals — FCCC 2 (Gordon 2).



FRESHMAN GIRLS BASKETBALL

Smithsburg 29, Hedgesville 23

Smithsburg: Kayla Huntzberry 9, Demi Damico 4, Ashley Doane 6, Yeabu Kamara 6, Kara Rea 4.

Hedgesville: Sarah Burke 3, Kailin Moser 5, Lexi Bush 6, Elyse Kuria 4, Desiree Payne 4, Hope Spriggs 1.



RUNNING

Battle of Hancock 5K

The inaugural Battle of Hancock 5K and 1-mile run/walk will be held Saturday, 150 years after Hancock residents were forced to evacuate after Confederate General Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson gave the order to attack the town. For more information, visit http://www.phdispatch.com/BattleofHancock5K.html or contact Kevin Spradlin at 304-209-8981.



YOUTH BASKETBALL

Boonsboro Area League

Fifth-Sixth Grade

True Athlete Performance 32, Trust For Life 3

TAP: Ryan Nolan 10, Dalton Shank 12, Josh Derocher 8, Tyler Pinkley 2.

Trust: Zach Humble 3.

Hagerstown Junior League

Elementary Division

Alsatia 28, Home Care 26

Alsatia: Jones 2, Zinaich 6, K. Sprecher 7, J. Sprecher 12, Von Philp 1.

Home Care: Stocks 2, Draper 3, Gasaway 4, Lewis 2, Krumbeck 2, Penn 13.

Jerry’s 34, AC&T 17

Jerry’s: Howell 2, Bowie 4, Taylor 6, Martin 4, Bedregal 2, Guillord 4, Shatzer 8, Dorsey 4.

AC&T: Silver 4, Keener 3, Vahvelyer 1, Becker 2, Everhart 7.

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