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Lions take bite out of Applemen

January 31, 2012

Tuesday, January 31, 2012

BOYS BASKETBALL

Mo Sallah capped a 21-point, 17-rebound, eight-block night with two clutch free throws with 2.4 seconds left, then intercepted a length-of-the-court inbounds pass to seal Broadfording’s 62-61 victory over Musselman on Tuesday night.

With the Lions (14-13) trailing by one, Moni Anderson — who finished with 15 points and three assists — took an inbounds pass with 8.9 seconds left, raced the length of the court and found Sallah on the block. Sallah missed the shot but was fouled, and sank both free throws to finish off a game in which neither team ever had more than a four-point lead.

Derek Durst went 4-for-9 from 3-point range and finished with 14 points for Broadfording. Cisco Silva added nine rebounds and five assists.

Jordan Butler led the Applemen (6-9) with 17 points, while Trevon Wesco had 14 and Tommy Hargrove added 13.

Broadfording 62, Musselman 61
MUSSELMAN (6-9)
Stephens 2, Butler 17, Benjamin 3, Witmore 6, Wesco 14, Hargrove 13, Baker 4, Bare 2. Totals 23 8-16 61.
BROADFORDING CHRISTIAN (14-13)
Anderson 15, Silva 3, B. Cradduck 5, Campagna 4, Durst 14, Sallah 21. Totals 20 13-18 62.
Musselman    13    18    18    12    —    61
Broadfording    14    17    17    14    —    62
3-point goals — Musselman 7 (Butler 5, Wesco, Hargrove), Broadfording 9 (Anderson 3, B. Cradduck, Campagna, Durst 4). Technical fouls — Benjamin, Musselman bench.

Goretti 50, Loyola 48

BALTIMORE — Tyrus Fleetwood had three 3-pointers en route to a team-high 15 points to lead St. Maria Goretti in a Baltimore Catholic League overtime win over Loyola Blakefield (10-11, 2-6).

Yannick Zanfack had 13 points, Martin Geben had six points, 14 rebounds and five blocks and Gavin Rajahpillay had nine assists for the Gaels (15-9, 5-7).

ST. MARIA GORETTI (15-9, 5-7)
Proctor 3, Fleetwood 15, Rajahpillay 6, Geben 6, Zanfack 13,  Blake 7. Totals 18 4-8 50.
LOYOLA (10-11, 2-6)
Cross 7, Dunn 18, Floyd 9, Vigus 7, Bradley 3, Moran 4. Totals 16 11-15 48.
Goretti    12    10    16    7    5    —    50
Loyola    12    8    6    19    3    —    48
3-point goals — Goretti 8 (Proctor, Fleetwood 3, Rajahpillay 2, Zanfack, Blake); Loyola 5 (Dunn 3, Vigus, Bradley).

Clear Spring 54, Brunswick 52

CLEAR SPRING — Sam Elwood drove coast-to-coast and made the game-winning layup at the buzzer to lead Clear Spring past Brunswick in the MVAL Antietam.

Elwood finished with six points and four assists, Nick Hill had 16 points and seven rebounds, Ryan Aaron had 12 points and Ralph Weaver had 10 points for the Blazers (10-7, 6-5).

Ian Fisher scored a game-high 24 points and Tyler Dabbs added 10 points for the Railroaders (8-9, 5-6).

JV: Clear Spring, 50-41 (CS: Jacob Brant 13; B: Brandon Axline 17).

BRUNSWICK (8-9, 5-6)
Dabbs 10, Darling 3, Hosser 7, Price 3, Smith 5, Fisher 24. Totals 21 8-17 52.
CLEAR SPRING (10-7, 6-5)
Elwood 6, Hill 16, Weaver 10, Aaron 12, Brant 8, Miller 2. Totals 19 11-14 54.
Brunswick    10    17    14    11    —    52
Clear Spring    10    14    13    17    —    54
3-point goals — Brunswick 2 (Dabbs, Hosser); Clear Spring 5 (Hill, Aaron 4). Rebounds — Clear Spring 23 (Hill 7).

Catoctin 49, Boonsboro 46

BOONSBORO — Catoctin (3-14, 2-9) rallied in the fourth quarter to keep Boonsboro from claiming its first MVAL Antietam win of the season.

Riley Stephenson had 13 points and Aaron Miranda added 11 for  the Warriors (3-14, 0-11).

JV: Boonsboro, 55-51 (B: Walsh 18).

CATOCTIN (3-14, 2-9)
Jenkins 2, Lanamore 16, Vandiver 16, Kennedy 15. Totals 18 8-14 49.
BOONSBORO (3-14, 0-11)
Walsh 2, Jardeleza 2, Lewis 6, Stephenson 13, Strunk 5, Bennett 7, Miranda 11. Totals 18 9-13 46.
Catoctin    5    9    17    18    —    49
Boonsboro    7    14    15    10    —    46
3-point goals — Catoctin 5 (Lanamore 2, Kennedy 3), Boonsboro 1 (Lewis).

Hancock 48, Faith Christian 46

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Hancock held on for victory after Faith Christian rallied in the fourth quarter.

With 12 seconds remaining, Faith Christian’s Jeremiah Hoy failed to connect on a 3-point shot.

Devin Mitchell scored 11 points and Donnie O’Brien had 10 points for Hancock (5-11)

Hoy had hit four 3-pointers earlier in the game and scored 22 points for Faith (9-7).

HANCOCK (5-11)
O’Brien 10, Wiles 4, Foreman 8, McKinley 7, Sipe 8, Mitchell 11. Totals 20 2-5 48.
FAITH CHRISTIAN (9-7)
Hercules 7, D. Michael 4, T. Johnson 3, Earl 3, Hoy 22, Vocature 4. Totals 19 2-4 46.
Hancock    10    15    15    8    —    48
Faith    8    8    16    14    —    46
3-point goals—Hancock 6 (O’Brien 2, Foreman 2, McKinley, Mitchell); Faith 4 (Hoy 4).

Saint James 70, Georgetown Day 52

WASHINGTON — Obi Enechionyia had a double-double with 16 points and 12 rebounds and added four blocks to lead Saint James past Georgetown Day (9-9, 1-7).

Avery Wilmore had 16 points and Emmett Orfan scored 12 of his 14 points from beyond the arc for the Saints (9-7, 4-4).

JV: Georgetown Day, 61-42 (SJ: Ben Holland 17).

SAINT JAMES (9-7, 4-4)
N. Enechionyia 9, O. Enechionyia 16, Wilmore 16, Wheeler 5, Thompson 5, Harris 2, Orfan 14, Gong 3. Totals 22 18-25 70.
GEORGETOWN DAY (9-9, 1-7)
Miller 4, Campbell 28, Baer 8, Eppler 4, Brown 7, Straut 1. Totals 20 6-11 52.
Saint James    16    16    28    10    —    70
Georgetown Day    17    8    9    18    —    52
3-point goals — Saint James 8 (Wilmore, Wheeler, Thompson, Orfan 4, O. Enechionyia); Georgetown Day 6 (Miller, Campbell 2, Baer 2, Brown).

Highland View 64, Shalom 48

Hunter Sorenson scored eight of his 15 points in the first quarter as Highland View Academy pressed its way to an early lead in a victory over Shalom Christian.

The Tartans’ pressure forced many turnovers and steals for a 18-5 lead after the first quarter. Highland View (7-9) led 39-16 at the half.

Ray Fisher added 15 points and eight assists for the Tartans, while Paris Ritter had 10 points and 12 rebounds. Justin Osoro added 10 points.

Jeff McCracken led Shalom Christian (12-7) with 19 points.

SHALOM CHRISTIAN (12-6)
Nicklas 1, Martin 1, McCracken 19, Crilley 2, Wenger 2, Whitman 13, Price 10. Totals 18 10-15 48.
HIGHLAND VIEW ACADEMY (7-9)
Ritter 10, Tullick 6, Fisher 15, Mendoza 8, Osoro 10, Sorenson 15. Totals 23 11-13 64.
Shalom    5    11    16    16    —    48
Highland View    18    21    14    11    —    65
3-point goals — Shalom Christian 2 (McCracken 2), Highland View Academy 7 Fisher 2, Mendoza 2, Sorenson 2, Orsoro. Technical foul — Highland View bench.

Washington 58, Martinsburg 50

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Tyrek Collier scored a game-high 22 points as Washington (9-6) handed Martinsburg its first loss of the season.

Donte Grantham had 15 points and eight rebounds, Jalen Lewis had 15 points and Brandon Ashenfelter had nine rebounds for the Bulldogs (14-1), who were outscored 19-9 in the fourth quarter.

WASHINGTON (9-6)
Newman 5, Smith 14, Diehl 5, Jones 4, Cole 8, Collier 22. Totals 18 21-31 58.
MARTINSBURG (14-1)
Robinson 6, Lewis 15, Gilmore 3, Cole 6, Ashenfelter 5, Grantham 15. Totals 20 5-8 50.
Washington    7    18    14    19    —    58
Martinsburg    16    13    12    9    —    50
3-point goals — Washington 1 (Diehl); Martinsburg 5 (Lewis, Cole 2, Grantham 2). Fouled out — Cole, Grantham.

Hedgesville 53, Jefferson 48

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION, W.Va. — Phillip Largent controlled the paint to give Hedgesville many second chances to enable the Eagles to take out Jefferson.

Largent finished with just four points but added 15 rebounds, including eight on the offensive glass, to help Hedgesville (14-1).

Q.J. Peterson scored eight of his game-high 21 points in the first quarter and Chris Shields added 14 points for Hedgesville.

Garrett Grantham led Jefferson (8-10) with 19 points.

HEDGESVILLE (14-1)
Shields 14, Burks 3, Peterson 21, Powell 11, Largent 4. Totals 21 10-21 53.
JEFFERSON (8-10)
Newman 2, Doleman 2, Grantham 19, Dudley 17, Nahler 2, Stottlemyer 6 Totals 19 5-8 48.
Hedgesville    17    11    16    9    —    53
Jefferson    11    12    14    11    —    48
3-point goals — Hedgesville 1 (Berks), Jefferson 3 (Dudley 2, Grantham).

Chambersburg 75, CD East 58

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Mitch Stahl got Chambersburg started and A.J. Maun kept it going in the second quarter as the Trojans knocked off CD East in a critical Mid-Penn Commonwealth game.

Stahl got eight of his 14 points in the first quarter before going to the bench with two fouls. Maun picked up the torch for Chambersburg (10-9, 6-6) in the second quarter with nine points — including two of his three 3s — after going scoreless in the first quarter.

Maun led the Trojans with 16 points while Stahl added 10 rebounds. Reggie Dudley led CD East with 23 points.

JV: Chambersburg 50-41 (Ch: Kane Snyder 18).

CD EAST (12-8, 8-4)
Johnson 2, Wright 2, Cowan 11, McCraw 8, Scott 6, Jackson 2, King 4, Dudley 23. Totals 20 9-13 58.
CHAMBERSBURG (10-9, 6-6)
Plank 4, Oyler 9, Sollenberger 3, Charles 13, Maun 16, Williams 12, Ogbonna 4, Stahl 14. Totals 24 21-29 75.
CD East    10    11    12    25    —    58
Chambersburg    15    20    14    26    —    75
3-point goals — CD East 9 (Dudley 4, Cowan 3, McCraw 2), Chambersburg 6 (Maun 3, Plank, Oyler, Sullenberger).

Gettysburg 64, Waynesboro 37

GETTYSBURG, Pa. — Cody Kiefer scored a game-high 22 points to lead Gettysburg to a Mid-Penn Colonial victory over Waynesboro.

Gettysburg (14-5, 8-2) led 21-16 at halftime before taking control in the third quarter, outscoring the Indians 27-4 in the period.

Seth Hoffman had a team-high nine points for Waynesboro (2-16, 2-8), while Shaquill Smith had six points and seven rebounds and Cole Warrenfeltz had six points, four assists and four steals.

JV: Gettysburg, 50-41 (W: Fetterhoff 13).

WAYNESBORO (2-16, 2-8)
Smith 6, Ingram 6, Warrenfeltz 6, Kelley 2, Bennett 2, Hoffman 9, Line 4, Shank 2. Totals 13 8-9 37.
GETTYSBURG (14-5, 8-2)
Tarbox 1, Colbert 2, Lampe 6, Fees 2, Ja. Nye 2, Kiefer 22, Hendricks 17, Jo. Nye 3, Thomas 6, Allens-Griffins 3. Totals 23 11-14 64.
Waynesboro    7    9    4    17    —    37
Gettysburg    8     13    27    15    —    64
3-point goals — Waynesboro 3 (Hoffman 3); Gettysburg 6 (Lampe, Kieffer, Hendricks 3, Allens-Griffins).

Southern Fulton 65, Chestnut Ridge 49

WARFORDSBURG, Pa. — Seth Hall scored 15 of his game-high 25 points from 3-point range to lead Southern Fulton to a big Sideling Hill League win over Chestnut Ridge (13-3, 10-1).

Nick Smartt had 15 points and Damon Gordon had 14 points, seven rebounds, six assists and three steals for the Indians (14-2, 8-1).

JV: Southern Fulton, 47-43 (2OT); (SF: Brady Golden 16).

CHESTNUT RIDGE (13-3, 10-1)
Hengst 7, Young 8, Pick 12, Bosch 19, Wiley 3. Totals 21 6-13 49.
SOUTHERN FULTON (14-2, 8-1)
Hall 25, Gordon 14, N. Smartt 15, Ashkettle 4, Seburn 2, Fitz 2, Wertz 2, No. Smartt 1. Totals 23 12-15 65.
Chestnut Ridge    12    15    12    10    —     49
Southern Fulton    12    23    17    13    —    65
3-point goals — Chestnut Ridge 1 (Wiley); Southern Fulton 7 (Hall 5, Gordon 2). Rebounds — Southern Fulton 25 (Gordon 7).

Middleburg 66, Mercersburg 44

MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Patrick Ryan had 17 points for Mercersburg Academy in a loss to Middleburg.

Nelson Santos had 12 points for the Blue Storm (3-15).

MIDDLEBURG
Alston 11, Shepperd 8, Malinowski 4, Ali 12, Henry 5, Jones11, Bennett 2, Hayes 11. Totals 22 15-19 66.
MERCERSBURG (3-15)
Walter 2, Santos 12, Collins 5, Ryan 17, Mordecai 2, Bacos 6. Totals 18 5-8 44.
Middleburg    12    16    21    17    —    66
Mercersburg    18    11    7    8    —    44
3-point goals — Middleburg 5 (Alston 2, Henry, Jones, Hayes); Mercersburg 3 (Ryan 3).



GIRLS BASKETBALL

Hancock 36, Faith Christian 23

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Sara Wagner had 12 points and seven rebounds to lead Hancock past Faith Christian.

Alisa Shives and Lyndsay Himes had 10 points each, Tiffany Younker had five assists and four steals and Joan Leavy had seven rebounds for the Panthers (7-10).

Sarah Millner had six points and eight rebounds, Hannah Dopson had six points and Amanda Deneseus had a game-high 14 rebounds for the Falcons (3-12), who committed 35 turnovers.

HANCOCK (7-10)
Younker 2, Shives 10, Shoemaker 2, Himes 10, Wagner 12. Totals 15 5-7 36.
FAITH CHRISTIAN (3-12)
VanVeldhuisen 2, Stoddard 2, Dopson 6, Millner 6, Deneseus 3, Romine 4. Totals 9 4-12 23.
Hancock    7    10    12    7    —    36
Faith     3    8    6    6    —    23
3-point goals — Hancock 1 (Shives); Faith Christian 1 (Dopson). Rebounds — Hancock 26 (Wagner 7, Leavy 7); Faith Christian 33 (Deneseus 14). Assists — Faith Christian 5. Turnovers — Hancock 13; Faith Christian 35.

Frederick Home School 57, Saint James 39

ST. JAMES — Kerri Kline scored a team-high 15 points for Saint James in a loss to Frederick Home School.

Lena Tilsworth added 10 points for the Saints (4-8).

FREDERICK
Quick 1, Romanchuck 11, K. Blickenstaff 4, A. Blickenstaff 4, Lamont 17, Quick 2, Reifsnider 7, Hughes 10. Totals 24 8-15 57.
SAINT JAMES (4-9)
Fahey 6, Kline 15, Bacon 8, Tilsworth 10. Totals 15 6-8 39.
Frederick    18    6    14    19    —    57
Saint James    12    9    11    7    —    39
3-point goals — Frederick 1 (Reifsnider); Saint James 3 (Kline 3). Fouled out — Bacon, Bruns.

Hedgesville 62, Jefferson 52

HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. — Carly Elliott scored 18 points to lead Hedgesville past Jefferson (4-15).

Bianca Creamer had 12 points, Kristen Nunn had 11 points, Tyana Monette had eight points and seven rebounds and Kelsey Shaw had six rebounds for the Eagles (13-3).

JEFFERSON (4-15)
Jones 8, McDonald 5, Silver 8, Gayle 5, Thomas 26. Totals 21 9-13 52.
HEDGESVILLE (13-3)
Nunn 11, Creamer 12, Taylor 7, Shaw 6, Monette 8, Elliott 18. Totals 27 3-6 62.
Jefferson    12    7    19    14    —    52
Hedgesville    24    17    9    12    —    62
3-point goals — Jefferson 1 (McDonald); Hedgesville 5 (Nunn 2, Creamer 2, Elliott). Rebounds — Jefferson 35; Hedgesville 27 (Monette 7). Turnovers — Jefferson 36; Hedgesville 16.

Gettysburg 67, Waynesboro 30

WAYNESBORO, Pa. — Megan Baker had 12 points and three assists for Waynsboro in a Mid-Penn Colonial loss to Gettysburg (16-3, 10-0).

Missy Ecker had six points, nine rebounds and two blocks and Hunter Mowen had five rebounds and two assists for the Maidens (5-13, 3-7).

JV: Gettysburg, 34-21 (W: Mallory Patterson 8). 

GETTYSBURG (16-3, 10-0)
Boehner 16, Bridel 6, Wood 2, Camel 2, Weikert 6, Reid 14, Bair 13, Thomas 8. Totals 26 9-10 67.
WAYNESBORO (5-13, 3-7)
Baker 12, Wagaman 2, Mowen 3, Kozain 5, Frame 2, Ecker 6. Totals 12 5-9 30.
Gettysburg    17    15    19    16    —    67
Waynesboro    7    9    10    4    —    30
3-point goals — Gettysburg 6 (Boehner 4, Bair 2); Waynesboro 1 (Mowen). Rebounds — Waynesboro 27 (Ecker 9).



JV BOYS HOOPS

Faith 54, Hancock 44

Faith: Bromide 25, Johnson 12

Hancock: Tosten 14.



YOUTH BASKETBALL

Hagerstown Junior League

Junior Division

Knights of Columbus 44, Nextow 33

Knights: Fisher 8, Roberts 8, Wilson 8, Cline 6, Ostrum 6, Munson 4, Wetzel 4.

Nextow: Myers 15, Shipley 9, Gantt 5, Johnson 2, Sprankle 2.

Senior Notes 53, Western Enterprise 40

Senior Notes: Douglas 10, Schultz 10, Bowie 10, Anderson 7, Barnes 6, Hamburg 4, Caufield 2, Embly 2, Leazier 2.

Western Enterprise: Schnackenburg 17, Zinaich 8, Kyler 7, Norris 4, Koontz 4.

Elementary Division

AFSCME 35, Western Enterprise 15

AFSCME: Gazzola 4, Miller 2, McKinsey 2, Deanor 2, Coates 4, Kolb 7, Bakazi 2, Searcy 12.

Western Enterprise: Branche 4, Lewis 4, Hose 7.

Jerry’s 22, Wellers 20

Jerry’s: Howell 2, Bowie 4, Taylor 4, Martin 7, Aidoo 2, Shatzer 1, Dorsey 2.

Wellers: Taylor 2, Hartman 2, J. Ball 6, L. Ball 7, Ruppenthal 1, Sheffler 2.



BRIEF

Williamsport Nationals signups

The Williamsport Nationals Junior Legion baseball team will be holding early signups on Saturday from 2 to 6 p.m. at Extra Innings in Hagerstown. All Washington County players ages 15-17 are eligible to sign up and try out.

The Nationals are entering their 11th season in the 12-team Potomac Junior Legion League, with clubs throughout Maryland and West Virginia. The Nationals went 37-7 last year, winning the league title and qualifying for the NABF World Series, where they went 2-2.

For more information, visit the website www.eteamz.com/WilliamsportNationals or contact manager David Clugston at 240-675-1960 or cdclugston@comcast.net.

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