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Hedgesville, Martinsburg girls win, will battle for section title

February 22, 2012

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

GIRLS BASKETBALL

HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. — Kristen Nunn and Bianca Creamer scored 18 points each for Hedgesville in a 51-42 victory over Musselman in the West Virginia Class AAA Region II Section 1 semifinals on Wednesday.

Carly Elliott had 14 points, Tyana Monette had seven rebounds and Lexi Taylor added six rebounds for the Eagles (17-6).

Brianna Caison had 17 points and Nichole Henderson added 14 for the Applemen (13-11).

Hedgesville will host Martinsburg (14-7) — a winner over Hampshire in the other semifinal — in the championship game Friday night at 7.

MUSSELMAN (13-11)
McCarty 2, Henderson 14, Caison 17, Venable 2, Dusing 7. Totals 17 4-10 42.
HEDGESVILLE (17-6)
Nunn 18, Creamer 18, Shaw 1, Elliott 14. Totals 17 15-21 51.
Musselman    10    10    18    4    —    42
Hedgesville    10    19    9    13    —    51
3-point goals — Musselman 4 (Henderson, Caison 2, Dusing), Hedgesville 2 (Nunn, Creamer). Rebounds — Musselman 26, Hedgesville 25 (Monette 7). Turnovers — Musselman 27, Hedgesville 15.



BOYS BASKETBALL

Highland View 58, Fulton Co. Christian 25

Paris Ritter scored 16 points and Sam Menendez added 11 to lead Highland View Academy past Fulton County Community Christian on Tuesday night.

Nathaniel Gingerich had nine points to lead FCCC. Caleb Gingerich added seven points and five steals.

FULTON CO. COMM. CHRISTIAN
Leedy 2, Ruppenthal 2, Guyer 2, Mellott 3, N. Gingerich 9, C. Gingerich 7. Totals 10 5-8 25.
HIGHLAND VIEW
Dai 4, Fisher 3, Tulloch 5, Mendoza 2, Menendez 11, Sorenson 2, Calhoun 3, Marquez 4, Thomas 8, Ritter 16. Totals 25 5-13 58.
FCCC    6    1    5    13    —    25
Highland View    17    14    16    11    —    58
3-point goals — Highland View 3 (Menendez 2, Tulloch).



YOUTH TENNIS

Tri-State Winter Indoor League

Senior Division

Breakers 33, The Bomb 12

Male singles — Zac O’Neal (B) d. James Spinnler, 8-1; Female singles — Ashley Robinson (TB) d. Dominique Forsman, 8-1; Male doubles — O’Neal/Corey McClure (B) d. Spinnler/Corey Scharenbroch, 8-0; Female doubles — Breakers by default; Mixed doubles — Andrew Shupp/Miranda Kearney (B) d. Mateo Pelja/Robinson, 8-3.

Aces 32, Castaways 31

Note: Aces won match tiebreaker, 7-4.

Male singles — Brendan Bittle (C) d. Wornden Ly, 8-6; Female singles — Sarah Colgan (A) d. Maddie Dunn, 8-6; Male doubles — Shahmeer Hussein/Christian Grosh (C) d. Sam D’Alauro/David Heim, 8-2; Female doubles — Cynthia Poling/Hannah Froehlich (A) d. Dunn/Abigail Dougal, 8-5; Mixed doubles — Heim/Poling (A) d. Gervon Williams/Dougal, 8-4.

Junior Division

Strikers 30, Smashers 11

Male singles — Garrett Johnston (St) d. Brooks Grosh, 6-1; Female singles — Madeline Sappenfield (St) d. Alexandra Martin, 6-5; Male doubles — Johnston/Bennett Will (St) d. Alex Nichols/Siddarth Rao, 6-4; Female doubles — Strikers by default; Mixed doubles — Kevin Abeles/Madyn Abeles (St) d. Edison Ly/Martin, 6-1.



YOUTH BASKETBALL

Hagerstown Junior League

Elementary Division

AMVETS 45, Western Enterprise 10

AMVETS: K. Hamilton 10, Luna 8, Baker 7, Crawford 6, Grey 4, T. Hamilton 4, Bowens 2, Wiley 2, Murray 2.

Western: Loar 4, Brown 3, Hose 2, Barthley 1.

Weller’s 25, Robinson & Robinson 23

Weller’s: J. Ball 15, L. Ball 4, Hartman 3, Sheffler 2, Cross 1.

R&R: Freed 6, Shay 4, Jamison 4, McLaughlin 4, Minor 3, Martin 2.

Antietam 23, Western Enterprise 14

AntietamL Semler 18, Martin 4, Staley 1.

Western: Hose 5, Loar 3, Branche 2, Barthley 2, Lewis 2.

Larry Allen 51, Alsatia 22

Larry Allen: Lazich 14, Shives 11, Likely 6, Summers 6, Michael 6, Williams 6, Wilhite 2.

Alsatia: Zinaich 8, Sprecher 5, Bingaman 4, Jones 4, Butler 1.

Boonsboro Area Boys

D.S. Federal 24, Castles Auto Body 11

Federal: Holder 10, Nikirk 6, Lague 4, Porter 2, Smith 2.

Castles: Castle 4, Crampton 4, Rowe 3.



BRIEFS

Goretti free goalkeeping clinic

St. Maria Goretti boys soccer coach Tristan Longnecker will lead a free goalkeeping clinic for soccer players on teams ranging in ages from U10 to U19 on March 3 at the Hagerstown Soccer Complex on Cearfoss Pike. The clinic for players on U10 to U14 teams will be from 9 to 11 a.m., and the clinic for players on U15 to U19 teams will be from 1 to 3 p.m. For more information, send an email to info@hagerstownsoccerclub.com.

Mountain Express Track

The Mountain Express Track Club is holding registration for athletes ages 6-18 at Chick-Fil-A in Hagerstown on Friday from 6 to 8 p.m. For more information, contact Jan Price at 301-293-4219.

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