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Catoctin rallies to beat Wildcats

January 10, 2012

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Catoctin 44, Williamsport 43

WILLIAMSPORT — Victoria Key had 15 points, including three 3-pointers, but Williamsport couldn’t protect an 11-point halftime lead in a loss to Catoctin in the MVAL Antietam.

Casey Arnone had eight points and eight rebounds for the Wildcats, who were 9-for-21 at the foul line, including 0-for-7 in the last quarter.

JV: Catoctin, 35-18.

CATOCTIN
Hackney 6, Clemons 2, Andrew 6, Phalen 3, Woelfel 11, Grossweiler 7, Zickefoose 7, Smith 2. Totals 17 7-10 44.
WILLIAMSPORT
Mallott 2, Arnone 8, Christy 7, Key 15, Kastelein 1, Palmer 10. 15 9-21 43.
Catoctin    10    10    14    10    —    44
Williamsport    9    22    5    7    —    43
3-point goals — Catoctin 3 (Woelfel, Andrew 2); Williamsport 4 (Key 3, Palmer). Fouled out — Phalen.

Martinsburg 83, Mercersburg 19

MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Kieera Basey scored a game-high 21 points for Martinsburg in a win over Mercersburg Academy.

Jasmyn Hosby had 14 points, including two 3--pointers for the Bulldogs.

Sarah Firestone had seven rebounds for the Blue Storm (5-3).

JV: Martinsburg, 57-7.

MARTINSBURG
Hess 3, Basey 21, Funkhouser 2, Hosby 14, Bolyard 6, Hastings 6, Bullett 12, M. Days 2, Underwood 10, Hill 3, B. Days 4. Totals 36 6-11 83.
MERCERSBURG (5-3)
Robbins 2, Tasker 4, Schoenberger 1, Gomez 3, Brink 4, Wallace 1, Firestone 3, Richardson 1. Totals 7 5-15 19.
Martinsburg    20    24    16    21    —    83
Mercersburg    3    10    4    2    —    19
3-point goals — Martinsburg 5 (Hess, Basey, Bolyard, Hosby 2).

Musselman 46, Berkeley Springs 44

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W. Va. — Nichole Henderson led the Applemen to a close victory over the Indians, scoring a game-high 28 points.

Deidra Burch led Berkeley Springs (5-6) with 20 points, and Casey Solomon totaled 16 for the Indians.

MUSSELMAN
N. Henderson 28, Casto 9, Venable 1, McCarty 4, Hoffmaster 2, Zellman 2. Totals 20 4-8 46.
BERKELEY SPRINGS (5-6)
Burch 20, Napfel 2, Schetrompf 4, Solomon 16, Yanez 2. Totals 17 4-4 44.
Musselman    11    11    13    11    —    46
Berkeley Springs    9    13    11    11    —    44
3-point goals — Musselman 2 (Henderson); Berkeley Springs 6 (Burch 4, Sloman 2).

Northern Bedford 69, McConellsburg 54

McCONELLSBURG, Pa. — Becca Hahn scored 14 points, but the Spartans ultimately fell to Northern Bedford.  Nikki Fleming had eight points and collected 11 rebounds.

NORTHERN BEDFORD
McGee 13, Cottle 21, Hershburger 6, Smith 19, Beach 7, Potter 1. Totals 25 7-20 69.
MCCONNELLSBURG (4-6)
Fleming 8, Parson 1, Pollock 10, Strayer 6, Pittman 8, Hahn 14, Green 7. Totals 17 19-32 54.
N. Bedford    11    25    23    10    —    69
McConnellsburg    15    13    9    17    —    54
3-point goals — Northern Bedford 10 (McGee 2, Cottle 3, Hershburger 1, Smith 4); McConnellsburg (Hahn).

Southern Fulton 52, Juniata Valley 42

WARFORDSBURG, Pa. — Taelor Morton had 21 points, including a 3-pointer and three steals to lead Southern Fulton past Juaniata Valley.

Macey Hollenshead had 14 points, including a 3-pointer, six rebounds and six assists and Ashley Roman had 11 points and nine rebounds for the Indians (10-0).

JUNIATA VALLEY
Grugan 8, S. Myers 2, H. Myers 11, Zinobile 7, Ammerman 12, Culp 2. Totals 16 7-12 42.
SOUTHERN FULTON (10-0)
Strait 2, Chilcote 4, Morton 21, M. Hollenshead 14, Roman 11. Totals 18 14-21 52.
Juniata Valley    11    9    12    10    —    42
Southern Fulton    16    13    10    13    —    52
3-point goals — Juniata Valley 3 (H. Myers, Grugan 2); Southern Fulton 2 (M. Hollenshead, Morton).

Shippensburg 69, Waynesboro 36

WAYNESBORO, Pa. — Megan Baker scored 18 points for Waynesboro in a Mid-Penn Colonial Division loss on Tuesday.

Baker also had five rebounds and four steals for the Maidens (3-5, 2-3).

SHIPPENSBURG (9-3, 5-1)
Lovett 1, Clawson 6, VanBrackel 15, Lyman 3, Baer 9, Parsons 17, Porter 10, Johnson 8. Totals 20 8 10-18 69.
WAYNESBORO (3-5, 2-3)
Baker 18, Wagaman 3, Mowen 2, Kozain 4, Blubaugh 3, Ecker 6. Totals 15 2-4 36.
Shippensburg    15    23    19    12    —    69
Waynesboro     8    7    14    7    —    36
3-point goals—Shippensburg (Baer 2, Parsons 1); Waynesboro 2 (Baker, Wagaman).

Frederick Force 54, Fulton County Christian 29

FREDERICK, Md. — Jenae Gordon had a game-high 26 points, including five 3-pointers, six rebounds and five steals for Fulton County Communnity Christian in a loss to Frederick Force on Monday.

FULTON COUNTY
Daniels 1, Koontz 2, Gordon 26. Totals 6 10-16 29.
FREDERICK FORCE
Quick 2, Romanchuk 11, Blickenstaff 2, A. Blickenstaff 6, Lamont 11, M. Quick 1, Reifsnider 4, Hughes 11, Curky 6. Totals 24 3-9 54.
Fulton County    7    11    2    9    —    29
Frederick    12    18    16    8    —    54
3-point goals — Fulton County 5 (Gordon 5). Rebounds — Fulton County 18 (Gordon 6). Turnovers — Fulton County 20; Frederick 25.



BOYS BASKETBALL

McDonogh 61, Goretti 53

BALTIMORE — Gavin Rajahpillay had 14 points and five assists for St. Maria Goretti in a loss to McDonogh.

Martin Geben had 13 points, including three 3-pointers, and Yannick Zanfack had 13 points and nine rebounds for the Gaels (10-7) who were outscored 25-11 in the fourth quarter.

Bishop McDevitt 48, Chambersburg 45

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Kellen Williams scored a team-high 16 points for the Trojans, but it wasn’t enough in the narrow loss to Bishop McDevitt on Monday.

Chambersburg (5-6) gave up 26 turnovers in the loss.

ST. MARIA GORETTI (10-7)
Fleetwood 4, Rajahpillay 14, Geben 13, Zanfack 13, Blake 4, Buterbaugh 2, King 2. Totals 18 10-12 53.
McDONOGH
Andrews 22, Miller 3, Hufmeister 3, Jorgensen 5, Jackson 2, Locke 23. Totals 14 20-26 61.
Goretti    16    9    17    11    —    53
McDonogh    10    14    12    25    —    61
3-point goals — Goretti 6 (Rajahpillay, Geben 3, Zanfack 2); McDonogh 4 (Andrews, Hufmeister, Locke 2). Fouled out — Zanfack.

Frederick Force 65, Fulton County Christian 42

FREDERICK, Md. — Skyler Gordon scored a game-high 30 points and added six rebounds and four steals for Fulton County Community Christian in a loss to Frederick Force on Monday.

Caleb Gingerich had nine points, 13 rebounds and five steals for Fulton County.

FULTON COUNTY
Leedy 2, Gordon 30, N. Gingerich 1, C. Gingerich 9. Totals 17 18-27 42.
FREDERICK FORCE
Street 13, Hughes 10, Jennings 13, Romanchuk 12, Wright 9, Patton 2, Poole 2, Dunk 2, Clawson 2. Totals 25 9-13 65.
Fulton County    4    9    9    20    —    42
Frederick    20    15    21    9    —    65
3-point goals — Frederick 6 (Street 3, Wright 2, Romanchuk). Fouled out — Martin, Paton. Rebounds — Fulton County 31 (C. Gingerich 13). Assists — Fulton County 5 (N. Gingerich 3). Turnovers — Fulton County 17; Frederick 26.



JV BOYS HOOPS

St. James 47, MSD 36

St. James: Abeles 20.

MSD: Moers 14.

Grace 46, Broadfording 26

Grace Academy: Binkley 12, Booth 9.

Broadfording: Henderson 6, Craddock 6.



FROSH BOYS HOOPS

Goretti 39, Clear Spring 31

St. Maria Goretti: Horst 6, Akaya 7, Zinaich 5, Phalen 8, Steiner 10, Blake 1, Ewing 2.

Clear Spring: Quilici 8, Alexander 7, Mills 2, Andrews 3, Eby 4, Lee 7.



MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL

Broadfording 43, Grace 39

Broadfording: Gonzalez 27, Saylor 10.

Grace Academy: Koontz 17, Ball 9.

Washington County League

Sixth grade

Northern 38, Smithsburg 21

Northern: Shives 8, Stubbs 8, Sprecher 7, Waters 6, Ferguson 4, Gazzola 2, Martz 2, Tribble 1.

Smithsburg: Kutchey 5, Curtis 4, Torino 4, Snyder 3, Knee 2, Baile 2, Dunn 1.



YOUTH BASKETBALL

Hagerstown Junior League

Elementary Division

Jerry’s 35, Robinson 28

Jerry’s: Taylor 2, Martin 13, Aidoo 2, Shatzer 10, Dorsey 4, Bowie 4.

Robinson: Martin 2, Shay 6, Jamison 6, Jennings 2, Freed 5, Snow 1, Minor 6.

Larry Allen 51, AFSCME 26

Larry Allen: Lazich 6, Shives 13, Summers 8, Blake 2, Williams 4, Michael 9, Coleman 8.

AFSCME: Gazzola 7, McKinsey 2, Deanar 2, Kolb 5, Searcy 8, Bishop 2.

Boonsboro Area Boys League

P&D Lawn Care 39, Castle Auto Body 22

Lawn Care: Smith 13, Myers 12, Feaster 10, Roher 2, Synder 2.

Auto Body: Rowe 8, Hawfield 2, Castle 8, Sullivan 2, Schmiddt 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. 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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