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Hedgesville boys remain unbeaten

January 06, 2012

Friday, January 6, 2012

BOYS BASKETBALL

Hedgesville 53, Jefferson 43

HEDGESVILLE, W. Va. — Q.J. Peterson had a double-double with 18 points and 10 rebounds to lead Hedgesville past Jefferson.

Juwan Powell had 11 points for the Eagles (9-0).

Garrett Grantham had 21 points, including five 3-pointers, for the Cougars (4-7).

JV: Hedgesville, 66-33 (H: Kimani King 13, Aaron Snider 12).

JEFFERSON (4-7)
Newman 1, Doleman 3, Grantham 21, King 11, Stottlemyer 7. Totals 12 12-19 43.
HEDGESVILLE (9-0)
King 2, Shields 9, Burks 8, Peterson 18, Powell 11, Shanton 1, Largent 2, Sutton 2. Totals 22 7-12 53.
Jefferson    3    7    16    17    —    43
Hedgesville    6    9    19    19    —    53
3-point goals — Jefferson 7 (Grantham 5, King 2); Hedgesville 2 (Peterson, Powell).

CD East 60, Chambersburg 55

HARRISBURG, Pa. — Reggie Dudley hit a putback with 54 seconds left to play and Eddie Cawen hit 5 of 6 free throws in the closing seconds to give Central Dauphin (7-4, 4-1) the win over Chambersburg (5-5, 2-3)in a Mid-Penn Commenwealth matchup.

Kellen Williams paced Chambersburg with 18 points.

CHAMBERSBURG (5-5, 2-3)
Plank 3, Royler 4, Charles 3, Shaffer 6, Maun 7, Williams 18, Ogbonna 2, Stahl 12. Totals 22 7-11 55.
CENTRAL DAUPHIN EAST (7-4, 4-1)
Johnson 2, Lemelle 3, Wright 4, Cawen 10, McCraw 3, Scott 12, Dudley 26. Totals 15 25-33 60.
Chambersburg    12    13    16    14    —    55
C. Dauphin East    9    14    19    18    —    60
3-point goals — Chambersburg 4 (Stahl 2, Plank, Williams); Central Dauphin East 5 (Dudley 3, Lemelle, Scott).

James River 38, Heritage 25

FREDERICK, Md. — Alex Cosner led Heritage with 10 points and seven rebounds in a loss to James River in the MSD Oriole Classic on Friday. Robbie Martin also had seven rebounds for the Eagles (3-4, 3-3).

JAMES RIVER
Johnson 8, Alloway 4, Mills 9, C, Norfleet 8, Heath 4, M. Norfleet 5. 16 4-7 38.
HERITAGE ACADEMY (3-4, 3-3)
Martin 3, B. Cosner 4, A. Cosner 10, Nigh 8. Totals 11 0-5 25.
James River    8    10    6    14    —     38
Heritage Academy    2    6    5    12    —    25
3-point goals — James River 2 (Mills, M. Norfleet); Heritage 3 (Night 2, Martin).

Martinsburg 71, Washington 57

CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. — Jalen Lewis had 19 points and 5 assists and Donte Gratham had 14 points, eight rebounds, three assists and three steals to lead Martinsburg in its win over Washington.

Brandon Ashenfelter had 13 points and six rebounds, Addy Gilmore had 14 points and five assists, and Eugene German had seven rebounds for undefeated Martinsburg (8-0).  

MARTINSBURG (8-0)
Lewis 19, Gilmore 14, Brown 6, Cole 1, Ashenfelter 13, Grantham 14, German 4. Totals 26 3 10-17 71.
WASHINGTON (6-3)
Newman 3, Smith 8, Deal 9, Jackson 5, J, Jones 11, Coles 7, M. Jones 2, Collier 12. Total 19 2 13-25 57.
Martinsburg    15    16    20    20    —     71
Washington    16    7    19    15    —    57
3-point goals — Martinsburg 3 (Lewis, Gilmore, Brown); Washington 2 (Deal, J. Jones).

Southern Fulton 60, Northern Bedford 52

LOYSBURG, Pa. — Damon Gordon had 16 points, including three 3-pointers, seven rebounds and four steals to lead Southern Fulton past Northern Bedford (6-2, 3-2) in the Sideling Hill League.

Seth Hall had 14 points, including three 3-pointers, five assists and eight steals and Nick Smartt had 13 points for the Indians (8-1, 3-1).

JV: Southern Fulton, 37-36 (SF: Brady Golden 17).

SOUTHERN FULTON (8-1, 3-1)
Hall 14, Gordon 16, Smartt 13, Ashkettle 4, Seburn 2, Wertz 2, Litton 7, Fitz 7. Totals 17 17-21 60.
NORTHERN BEDFORD (6-2, 3-2)
T. Pressel 17, Z. Pressel 7, Diehl 14, Over 11, Barnes 1. Totals 21 7-11 52.
Southern Fulton    9    21    11    19    —    60
Northern Bedford    10    15    15    12    —    52
3-point goals — Southern Fulton 9 (Hall 3, Gordon 3, Smartt, Litton 2); Northern Bedford 1 (Over). Fouled out — T. Pressel.



GIRLS BASKETBALL

Heritage 61, Shenandoah Valley Christian 29

FREDERICK, Md. — Rachel Clarke put on a clinic with 18 points, 11 rebounds, eight steals and four assists to lead Heritage in its win over Shenandoah Valley in the MSD Oriole Classic.

Kara Stamper had 11 points and eight rebounds, Kathleen Kidd had nine points and seven assists, Callie Butts had eight points and eight steals and Jessica Gaylor had nine points and nine rebounds for Heritage (7-0). Heritage plays Frederick Force tonight at 8:30 in the championship.

SHENANDOAH VALLEY CHRISTIAN
Hicks 10, Bell 8, Morris 6, Trubey 2, Rich 2, Girffin 1. Totals 13 1-6 29.
HERITAGE ACADEMY (7-0)
Ra. Clarke 18, Stamper 11, Gaylor 9, Kidd 9,  Butts 8, Ro. Clarke 2, Clark 2, Powell 2. Totals 24 12-25 61.
Sheandoah Valley    10    10    2    7    —    29
Heritage Academy    16    18    16    11    —    61
3-point goals — Shenandoah Valley 2 (Hicks 2); Heritage Academy 1 (Butts).

Grace 48, Frederick Warriors 24

FREDERICK, Md. — Kelsey Koontz had a game-high 28 points, including two 3-pointers, eight rebounds and six steals to lead Grace Academy past Frederick Warriors.

Meghan Broadwater had six rebounds for the Knights.

GRACE ACADEMY
Broadwater 4, Crespo 2, A. Cox 8, Koontz 28, Quirple 1, Carter 4, C. Cox 1. Totals 19 7-12 48.
FREDERICK WARRIORS
Freese 8, Passarelli 10, Stewart 6. Totals 11 2-4 24.
Grace Academy    12    16    17    3    —    48
Frederick    0    4    2    18    —    24
3-point goals — Grace Academy 3 (A. Cox, Koontz 2).



BOYS SWIMMING

Sherando 60, Jefferson 34

Clarke County 49, Jefferson 45

STRASBURG, Va. — Keegan Simmons won the 200 IM and 100 breaststroke for Jefferson (6-5).



GIRLS SWIMMING

Sherando 65, Jefferson 29

Jefferson 62, Clarke County 32

STRASBURG, Va. —  Luisa Holland won the 200 IM and 100 breaststroke for Jefferson (8-2-1).



YOUTH BASKETBALL

Boonsboro Area Boys League

7th and 8th Grade Division

Ledo Pizza 31, H&H 23

Ledo Pizza: Sheridan 3, Mentzer 15, Dougherty 13.

H&H: Hardy 2, Wells 10, Hull 5, Duft 4, Mason 2.

Hagerstown Junior League

Elementary Division

AMVETS 43, AC&T 8

AMVETS: Luna 4, Bourhs 4, Spicher 2, Grey 1, Crawford 6, Murray 4, K. Hamilton 4, Baker 14, T. Hamilton 4.

AC&T: Mitchell 2, Kenner 4, Everhart 2.

Home Care 28, Western Enterprise 19

Home Care: Stocks 6, Gasaway 2, Lewis 1, Penn 4, Krumbeck 1, Robinson 11, Goree 3.

Enterprise: Branche 2, Barthley 11, Hose 2, Brown 2, Loar 2.



BOYS MIDDLE SCHOOL HOOPS

Grace Academy 32, Frederick Warriors 26

Grace: Caleb Garner 9, Harrison Barger 10.

Warriors: Al Pedroza 22, Will Gammell 2.



BRIEF

Church softball league meeting

The Hagerstown Area Church Softball League will hold its first organizational meeting for the 2012 season Jan. 19 at 7 p.m. at Tri-State Fellowship on Cearfoss Pike, west of Hagerstown.

The meeting is for current and new teams. Up to three churches may merge to form one team if necessary. The league will also introduce a co-ed division this season.

For more information, contact Mike Kelbaugh at 301-223-4556 or visit the league website at www.hagerstownareachurchsoftball.com.

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