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Scott's big game not enough for Hubs

January 24, 2012

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

GIRLS BASKETBALL

BRUNSWICK, Md. — Iman Scott had 25 points, seven rebounds and three blocks for the Hubs, but it wasn’t enough as Brunswick (4-9, 4-5) scored a 52-47 MVAL Antietam victory on Tuesday night.

Erika Kline had 15 rebounds, Kayla Peterson grabbed 11 boards and Autumn Fisher added nine points and 10 rebounds for North (7-6, 5-3).

NORTH HAGERSTOWN (7-6, 5-3)
Scott 25, Peterson 6, Fisher 9, Trumpower 1, Kline 3, Chandler 3. Totals 18 10-18 47.
BRUNSWICK (4-9, 4-5)
Demich 16, Yoemans 8, Johnson 4, Smith-Henry 12, Green 4. Totals 14 24-43 52.
3-point goals — North 1 (Fisher).

Washington 59, Goretti 42

Washington rolled to a 16-2 lead after one quarter and never looked bad against St. Maria Goretti.

Alycia Lambert led the Patriots (3-12) with 11 points.

Kris Cronise had 11 points and 10 rebounds, and Lauree Lorensen added seven points and eight rebounds for the Gaels (13-5).

WASHINGTON (3-12)
Adams 5, Curry 9, Collins 8, Dozier 6, Walls 7, Negoescu 8, Lambert 11, Nelson 4, Bales 1. Totals 24 7-18 59.
ST. MARIA GORETTI (13-5)
Murray 6, Narkute 1, Mitchual 8, Cronise 11, A. Eich 1, Sullivan 2, Lorensen 7, Tillman 6. Totals 14 11-20 42.
Washington    16    11    16    16    —    59
Goretti    2    11    17    12    —    42
3-point goals — Washington 4 (Lambert 3, Curry), Goretti 3 (Mitchual, Lorensen 2).

Berkeley Springs 62, Saint James 33

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. — Deidra Burch had 18 points — including two 3-pointers— and added seven steals and six assists to lead Berkeley Springs past Saint James.

Lauren Schetrompf had 15 points and five steals, Sydney Yanez had 12 points and Casey Solomon added seven points, four assists and three steals for the Indians (8-8).

Jordan Wills had nine points for the Saints (4-5).

SAINT JAMES (4-5)
Bacon 2, Wills 9, Bruns 9, Tilsworth 3. Totals 13 5-12 33.
BERKELEY SPRINGS (8-8)
D. Burch 18, McDaniel 2, Schetrompf 15, C. Burch 6, Solomon 7, Napfel 2, Yanez 12. Totals 27 5-9 62.
Saint James    10    7    7    9    —    33
Berkeley Springs    17    10    18    17    —    62
3-point goals — Saint James 2 (Wills 2), Berkeley Springs 3 (D. Burch 2, Schetrompf).

Heritage Academy 43, Shalom Christian 31

MARION, Pa. — Rachel Clarke carried the injury-depleted Eagles with 28 points and 22 rebounds as Heritage Academy stayed unbeaten with a Mason Dixon Christian Conference victory over Shalom Christian.

Cherie Clark added nine rebounds for Heritage (13-0, 11-0), which trailed 21-20 at halftime before outscoring the Flames 15-2 in the third quarter.

Tori Yoder had 13 points for Shalom (5-8, 4-6).

HERITAGE ACADEMY (13-0, 11-0)
Ra. Clarke 28, Clark 7, Gaylor 5, Butts 3. Totals 14 14-28 43.
SHALOM CHRISTIAN (5-8, 4-6)
Yoder 13, Gibble 5, Holderman 7, Lehman 4, Tissue 2. Totals 12 7-17 31.
Heritage    8    12    15    8    —    43
Shalom    5    16    2    8    —    31
3-point goals — Heritage 1 (Butts). Fouled out — Gibble, Yoder.

Southern Fulton 55, Tussey Mountain 45

SAXTON, Pa. — Macey Hollenshead had 14 points and seven assists to lead Southern Fulton past Tussey Mountain (10-4, 6-2) in the Sideling Hill League.

Taelor Morton had 14 points, Kayla Wertz had 10 points and Courtney Strait added 11 rebounds and two blocks for the Indians (14-1, 7-0).

JV: Tussey Mountain, 49-17 (SF: Ashley Roman 8).

SOUTHERN FULTON (14-1, 7-0)
J. Hollenshead 6, Chilcote 4, Morton 14, Wertz 10, M. Hollenshead 14, Roman 7. Totals 20 12-19 55.
TUSSEY MOUNTAIN (10-4, 6-2)
Watkins 15, Lynn 2, Runk 8, Lemon 10, Gates 4, Foster 6. Totals 18 8-10 45.
Southern Fulton    14    12    13    16    —    55
Tussey Mountain    11    12    8    14    —    45
3-point goals — Southern Fulton 3 (Morton, M. Hollenshead, Wertz), Tussey Mountain 1 (Watkins).

Big Spring 59, Waynesboro 38

WAYNESBORO, Pa. — Four different players scored in double figures for Big Spring in a Mid-Penn Colonial victory over Waynesboro.

Lindsay Bowers and Danielle Kepner each scored 11 points for Big Spring (11-4, 5-2) while Jessica Sprecher and Ashley Bear each added 10 points.

Megan Baker led the way for Waynesboro (4-11, 2-5) with a double-double of 13 points and 10 rebounds.

BIG SPRING (11-4, 5-2)
Bowers 11, Kepner 11, Bear 10, Sprecher 10, Camdzic 5, Wonders 4, Bitner 3, Stevens 2, Wright 2, Carpenter 1. Totals 20 13-22 59.
WAYNESBORO (4-11, 2-5)
Baker 13, Kozain 11, Blubaugh 5, Nichols 4, Taylor 3, Ecker 2. Totals 14 5-9 38.
Big Spring    18    10    14    17    —    59
Waynesboro    6    14    9    9    —    38
3-point goals — Big Spring 6 (Bowers 3, Kepner 3). Waynesboro 5 (Baker 3, Blubaugh, Taylor).    

MSD 38, Mercersburg 30

MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Augusta Seremeth scored 21 points — 15 in the middle two quarters — to lead Maryland School for the Deaf to an Independent-Parochial School League victory over Mercersburg Academy.

The Orioles (9-7, 1-3) got their first IPSL victory as Seremeth scored 19 points by the end of the third quarter to give MSD a 34-19 advantage.

The Blue Storm (5-8, 0-4) tried to come back in the fourth period but came up short to remain winless in the league.

Melody Gomez led Mercersburg with 12 points and seven rebounds, while Sarah Firestone led with nine rebounds.

MARYLAND SCHOOL FOR DEAF (9-7, 1-3)
Desamone 4, Goldberg 5, Lewis 6, Washington 2, Seremeth 21. Totals 17 3-9 38.
MERCERSBURG ACADEMY (5-8, 0-4)
Tasker 2, Warfield 8, Gomez 12, Brink 3, Firestone 5. Totals 9 12-18 30
MSD    10    14    10    4    —    38
Mercersburg    6    7    6    11    —    30
3-point goals — MSD 1 (Goldberg).

Faith Christian 41, CVCS 21

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Hannah Dopson scored 13 points to lead Faith Christian Academy past Cumberland Valley Christian (3-10, 1-8) in the Mason Dixon Christian Conference.

Amanda Deneseus had a double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds for the Falcons (3-10, 1-9).

CUMBERLAND VALLEY CHRISTIAN (3-10, 1-8)
Mo. Keck 2, Ocker 2, Rich 4, Fogal 9, Rice 2, Ma. Keck 2. Totals 8 4-11 21.
FAITH CHRISTIAN (3-10, 1-9)
Grammo 4, VanVeldhuisen 4,Stoddard 2, Dopson 13, LeMaster 3, Millner 2, Deneseus 11, Samsell 2. Totals 16 7-15 41.
CVCS    13    4    0    4    —    21
Faith    7    11    9    14    —    41
3-point goals — CVCS 1 (Fogal), Faith Christian 2 (Dopson, LeMaster).

Fulton Co. Christian 55, Paw Paw 34

PAW PAW, W.Va. — Jenae Gordon had 27 points, eight rebounds, seven steals and four assists to lead Fulton County Community Christian past Paw Paw.

Morgan Daniels added 15 points and five rebounds for FCCC (7-3). Christina Koontz had 12 rebounds and four steals, and Rebecca Truax also had four steals.

FULTON CO. COMM. CHRISTIAN (7-3)
Schultz 2, Daniels 15, Koontz 4, Truax 5, Myers 2, Gordon 27. Totals 20 10-19 55.
PAW PAW
Leach 2, Harrold 15, Snyder 12, Ott 2, Hendrickson 3. Totals 15 2-6 34.
FCCC    17    4    21    13    —    55
Paw Paw    5    10    10    9    —    34
3-point goals — FCCC 5 (Gordon 3, Daniels 2), Paw Paw 2 (Harrold, Hendrickson).



BOYS BASKETBALL

Clear Spring 73, Catoctin 41

CLEAR SPRING — Nick Hill had 25 points and four assists to lead Clear Spring past Catoctin (2-13, 1-8) in the MVAL Antietam.

Ryan Aaron had 17 points, including two 3-pointers, while Jared Brant had 11 points and Riley Lazich added nine points and five rebounds for the Blazers (8-7, 4-5).

JV: Clear Spring, 49-47 (CS: Jonathan Henesy 19).

CATOCTIN (2-13, 1-8)
Jenkins 2, Cole 3, Laramore 3, Morgan 2, Vandiver 4, Head 2, Shanton 2, Kennedy 2, Watkins 3, Carroll 2, Smith 16. Totals 14 12-23 41.
CLEAR SPRING (8-7, 4-5)
Hill 25, Weaver 2, Aaron 17, Cornwell 2, Brant 11, Miller 4, Mellott 2, Lazich 9. Totals 31 6-12 73.
Catoctin    14    9    9    9    —    41
Clear Spring    23    24    14    12    —    73
3-point goals — Catoctin 1 (Laramore), Clear Spring 5 (Hill, Aaron 2, Brant, Lazich). Fouled out — Cornwell.

MSD 73, Hancock 39

HANCOCK — James Stiengeiser scored 17 points and brother Jesse Stiengeiser added 16 to lead Maryland School for the Deaf (14-5) past Hancock.

Vinnie Foreman had eight points and eight rebounds for the Panthers (3-11).

JV: Hancock, 34-33 (H: Jordan Tosten 10).

MARYLAND SCHOOL FOR DEAF (14-5)
Bantel 4, Frank 4, Barron 1, Ja. Stiengeiser 17, Je. Stiengeiser 16, Kamara 10, Moers 11, Morris 10. Totals 31 11-19 73.
HANCOCK (3-11)
O’Brien 4, Wiles 6, Foreman 8, McKinley 2, Finney 2, Manning 3, Mitchell 5, Anderson 6, Martin 3. Totals 17 1-5 39.
MSD    19    17    20    17    —    73
Hancock    8    11    9    11    —    39
3-point goals — Hancock 4 (Wiles, Manning, Mitchell, Martin).

Heritage Academy 29, Shalom 28

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Alex Cosner had a double-double with 16 points and 10 rebounds to lead Heritage Academy to a Mason Dixon Christian Conference win over Shalom Christian (10-5, 9-2).

Bryce Nigh had five steals for the Eagles (8-5, 7-4).

HERITAGE ACADEMY (8-5, 7-4)
Martin 6, Nigh 2, B. Cosner 5, A. Cosner 16. Totals 13 2-11 29.
SHALOM CHRISTIAN (11-5, 9-2)
McCracken 10, Crilley 2, Wegner 6, Clapper 2, Witman 6, Price 2. Totals 12 3-6 28.
Heritage    11    8    5    5    —    29
Shalom    7    7    8    6    —    28
3-point goals — Heritage 1 (Martin), Shalom 1 (Wegner).

Martinsburg 75, Morgantown 62

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Jalen Lewis hit 4 of 7 3-pointers en route to a game-high 24 points to lead Martinsburg past Morgantown (9-2).

Lewis added three assists and four steals, Jordan Robinson had 14 points, seven rebounds and four assists, Brandon Ashenfelter had 11 points and Addy Gilmore had eight points, including two 3-pointers, for the Bulldogs (13-0).

MORGANTOWN (9-2)
Colsante 17, Leftridge 2, Fleming 2, Marshall 4, Johnson 8, Adrian 11, Eby 2, Agnew 10, Allen 2, Loudin 4. Totals 25 4-4 62.
MARTINSBURG (13-0)
Robinson 14, Lewis 24, Gilmore 8, Brown 3, Cole 8, Ashenfelter 11, Grantham 7. Totals 25 15-20 75.
Morgantown    13    13    12    24    —    62
Martinsburg    22    18    22    13    —    75
3-point goals — Morgantown 8 (Colsante 5, Johnson 2, Adrian), Martinsburg 10 (Robinson, Lewis 4, Gilmore 2, Brown, Cole 2).

Big Spring 48, Waynesboro 33

BIG SPRING, Pa. — Johnnie Adgers had 11 points — including three 3-pointers — and added six rebounds and three steals for Waynesboro (1-14, 1-7) in a Mid-Penn Colonial loss to Big Spring (11-6, 6-2).

JV: Big Spring, 54-48 (W: Shaquill Smith 16).

WAYNESBORO (1-14, 1-7)
Smith 2, Ingram 6, Adgers 11, Warrenfeltz 7, Kelley 2, Klink 1, Bennett 3, Chatfield 1. Totals 11 7-10 33.
BIG SPRING (11-6, 6-2)
Fry 7, Houck 14, Grier 6, Witter 2, Schulenberger 9, Pion 8, Herb 2. Totals 19 6-10 48.
Waynesboro    11    3    12    7    —    33
Big Spring    16    6    12    14    —    48
3-point goals — Waynesboro 4 (Adgers 3, Bennett), Big Spring 4 (Fry, Grier, Pion 2).

Faith Christian 61, CVCS 39

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Jeremiah Hoy scored 21 points to lead Faith Christian to the Mason Dixon Christian Conference victory.

Troy Johnson had 14 points, Alex Vocature scored 10 and Drew Michael added 10 rebounds and seven assists for the Falcons (8-6, 6-4).

Tanner Propst had 14 points and Josh Sanders added 13 points for Cumberland Valley Christian (4-12, 0-9).

JV: Faith Christian, 43-30 (FC: Stephen Johnson 11; CVCS: Connor Chapman 14).

CUMBERLAND VALLEY CHRISTIAN (4-12, 0-9)
Propst 14, Dawson 2, Sanders 13, Kipe 3, Graves 1, Chapman 4, Coffman 2. Totals 14 9-14 39.
FAITH CHRISTIAN (8-6, 6-4)
Hercules 5, Michael 3, Johnson 14, Earl 6, Hoy 21, Vocature 10, Stoddard 2. Totals 26 6-10 61.
CVCS    11    13    5    10    —    39
Faith    16    20    10    15    —    61
3-point goals  CVCS 2 (Sanders 2), Faith 3 (Hercules, Hoy 2).

Fort Hill 72, Broadfording 54

CUMBERLAND, Md. — Garrett D’Atri scored 21 points to lead four Sentinels in double figures in Monday’s win over Broadfording.

Mo Sallah had 19 points, 12 rebounds and five assists for the Lions (12-12). Moni Anderson added 17 points and seven assists.

BROADFORDING (12-12)
Anderson 17, Silva 4, B. Cradduck 9, Campagna 2, Lopez 3, Sallah 19. Totals 20 11-16 54.
FORT HILL
Horns 2, Kelly 15, D’Atri 21, Powell 13, Wolfe 11, Bush 7, Harden 2, Shadwell 1. Totals 26 11-16 72.
Broadfording    13    13    16    12    —    54
Fort Hill    22    12    11    27    —    72
3-point goals — Broadfording 3 (Lopez, Anderson 2), Fort Hill 9 (Kelly 2, D’Atri 4, Powell 3).



PREP WRESTLING

Saint James 65, St. Andrew’s 13

at POTOMAC, Md.

120 — Michael Knable (SJ) p. Ahod, 3:39; 126 — Kevin Cooper (SJ) p. Delahos, 4:57; 132 — Glanabie (SA) d. Andrew Ludwick, 8-4; 138 — Justin Pank (SJ) t.f. Page, 15-0; 145 — Smith (SA) m.d. Thomas Rocca, 12-1; 152 — Johnny Stephens (SJ) p. Herdeschee, 1:43; 160 — Henry Smith (SJ) p. Casasola, 0:38; 170 — Andrew Collins (SJ) fft.; 182 — Kendal Fospaugh (SJ) fft.; 195 — Leighton Younger (SJ) fft.; 220 — double fft.; 285 — Brady Burker (SJ) p. Renzi, 1:36; 106 — Omair Akmal (SJ) fft.; 113 — Alec Wingerd (SJ) fft.

Recod: Saint James 5-4.



JV GIRLS BASKETBALL

Berkeley Springs 26, Saint James 21

Berkeley Springs: Delauter 7.

Saint James: McFillen 7, C. Grady 6, L. Grady 6.

Mercersburg 35, MSD 23

Mercersburg Academy (5-4): Payton Lissette 14, Sydney Reath 10.



MEN’S BASKETBALL

Goretti grad Breslin honored

LANCASTER, Pa. — Washington College senior guard Kevin Breslin, a St. Maria Goretti graduate, was named Centennial Conference Player of the Week on Monday.

Breslin averaged 17.5 points, 5.0 assists and 4.0 rebounds in two wins for the Shoremen. He scored a team-best 22 points and added six assists in an 86-78 victory over Muhlenberg on Saturday. At Johns Hopkins on Jan. 18, he scored eight of his game-best 13 points in the second half of a 64-59 victory.



YOUTH BASKETBALL

Washington Co. Middle School

Seventh Grade Boys

Broadfording 51, Springfield 35

Broadfording: Gonzales 26, Durst 13, Fogle 6, Marayanan 4, Kolb 2.

Springfield: Arnone 18, Davis 7, Schlotterbeck 6, Yost 4.

Hagerstown Junior League

Junior Division

PTL 55, Senior Notes 54

PTL: Hart 33, Wallech 15, Walker 7.

Senior Notes: Shultz 21, Barnes 17, Bowie 7, Douglas 7, Embly 2.

Centra Bank 47, Hagerstown Lions 41

Centra: Peer 13, Gill 9, Baylor 8, Yost 7, Gatewood 4, Davis 4, Valentine 2.

Lions: Ruppenthal 12, Greenlee 7, Blackwood 5, Atkins 5, Higgins 4, Martin 4, Kerns 2, Breakall 2.

Elementary Division

Larry Allen 53, Western Enterprise 10

Larry Allen: Caniford 2, Summers 2, Williams 4, Shives 16, Michael 13, Lazich 16.

Western Enterprise: Branche 5, Hose 2, Russ 1, DeShield 1.

Home Care 26, Robinson & Robinson 24

Home Care: Draper 6, Gasaway 7, Krumbeck 2, Robinson 4, Penn 5, Goree 2.

R&R: Martin 4, Shay 2, Jaminson 2, Jennings 2, Farrell 1, Freed 5, Snow 2, McLaughlin 6.

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