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Boykin, McCrary lead Hubs boys to win in opener

December 05, 2012

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

BOYS BASKETBALL

NEW MARKET, Md. — Eli Boykin scored 21 points and Kenny McCrary had a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds to lead North Hagerstown to a season-opening 70-45 victory over Linganore on Wednesday.

Will Peralta had 13 points, Andrew Yacyk had nine points, six rebounds and five assists, and Max Ober added six steals, six rebounds and five assists in the victory.

The Hubs forced 25 turnovers and outrebounded the Lancers 41-27.

JV: Linganore, 50-32 (NH: Jorge Rios 14).

NORTH HAGERSTOWN (1-0)
Ober 4, Gantt 3, Boykin 21, Karlen 6, Keyes 2, McCrary 10, Carey 2, Yacyk 9, Peralta 13. Totals 28 11-19 70.
LINGANORE (0-1)
Lang 4, Gourley 4, Millford 2, J. Myers 5, Rozich 3, S. Myers 22, Slaughter 2, Anderson 3. Totals 14 14-21 45.
North    22    23    15    10    —    70
Linganore    10    13    12    10    —    45
3-point goals — North 3 (Gantt, Boykin, Karlen), Linganore 3 (Lang, J. Myers, S. Myers).

Urbana 49, South Hagerstown 36

IJAMSVILLE, Md. — Devon King scored 17 points for South Hagerstown — nearly half of the Rebels’ output in a season-opening road loss to Urbana.

SOUTH HAGERSTOWN (36)
Hill 4, White 8, Henson 5, King 17, Johnson 2. Totals 13 8-12 36.
URBANA (49)
Ambush 13, Eversull 5, Spain 6, Utt 15, Tiffany 3, Wharton 4, Wrightson 3. Totals 17 13-19 49.
South    8    10    12    6    —    36
Urbana    7    15    15    12    —    49
3-point field goals — South Hagerstown 2 (Henson, King), Urbana 2 (Ambush, Wrightson).

Clear Spring 55, Mountain Ridge 49

CLEAR SPRING — Ryan Aaron scored 20 points for Clear Spring in a season-opening win over Mountain Ridge (0-1).

Michael Riley had 14 points and four steals, Brandon Quilici had nine points, Collin Schultz had 14 rebounds and Jake Brant added six rebounds for the Blazers (1-0), who made 24 of 35 from the foul line.

MOUNTAIN RIDGE (0-1)
Markwood 5, Raymer 2, Delaney 8, Johnson 12, Gamble 8, Glasbrenner 10, Winner 4. Totals 19 6-11 49.
CLEAR SPRING (1-0)
Elwood 2, Quilici 9, Riley 14, Aaron 20, Schultz 5, Brant 4, Moser 1. Totals 14 24-35 55.
Mountain Ridge    14    18    9    8    —    49
Clear Spring    16    8    13    18    —    55
3-point goals — Mountain Ridge 5 (Markwood, Johnson 2, Glasbrenner 2), Clear Spring 3 (Quilici, Riley, Brant). Fouled out — Glasbrenner, Gamble, Johnson.

Broadfording 80, Faith Christian 41

Broadfording Christian opened its Mason Dixon Christian Conference season with a rout of Faith Christian on Tuesday.

Moni Anderson scored 28 points — 10 in the first quarter — to lead Broadfording (6-0, 1-0). Mawdo Sallah added 19 points and 14 rebounds, and Isaiah Daniels had 13 for the Lions.

Sam Romine led Faith (0-3, 0-1) with 14 points.

BROADFORDING CHRISTIAN (6-0, 1-0)
Anderson 28, Daniels 13, Price 7, B. Cradduck 4, Lohr 2, M. Cradduck 2, Sallah 19, Silva 5. Totals 32 10-16 80.
FAITH CHRISTIAN (0-3, 0-1)
Johnson 6, Peifer 3, Michael 2, Romine 14, Butler 5, Drumheiser 3, Wells 8. Totals 15 9-16 41.
Broadfording    21    17    19    23    —    80
Faith    8    19    7    7    —    41
3-point goals — Broadfording 7 (Anderson 4, Daniels 3), Faith 2 (Butler, Drumheiser).

Shalom Christian 63, Calvary Christian 52

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Shalom Christian opened its season on Tuesday with an MDCC victory over Calvary Christian.

Alex Crilley led the Flames with 24 points, hitting three 3-pointers. Matt Wenger added 19 points, with all six of his goals coming from 3-point range.

Tyler Michael led Calvary with 19 points.

CALVARY CHRISTIAN (0-1, 0-1)
T. Michael 19, Dillow 6, Snyder 9, Swogger 2, Hart 16. Totals 18 11-16 52.
SHALOM CHRISTIAN (1-0, 1-0)
Stepanyan 5, Wenger 19, Benton 7, McCracken 4, Crilley 24, Clapper 4. Totals 22 10-22 63.
Calvary    15    9    7    21    —    52
Shalom    16    9    13    25    —    63
3-point goals — Calvary 5 (Michael, Hart 4), Shalom 9 (Wenger 6, Crilley 3).

Smithsburg-Middletown ppd.

Smithsburg’s home game against Middletown, originally scheduled for Wednesday, has been postponed to Jan. 7.



GIRLS BASKETBALL

Smithsburg 39, Goretti 18

Kinsey Shifflett had 12 points and four steals for Smithsburg in a season-opening win over St. Maria Goretti.

Elyse Koterwas had eight points and nine rebounds, and Bev Kum added eight points and seven rebounds for the Leopards (1-0).

Maggie Murray had 11 points, including two 3-pointers, and Lauree Lorensen added nine rebounds for the Gaels (1-3).

SMITHSBURG (1-0)
Koterwas 8, Massie 1, Leydig 6, Gladhill 1, Shifflett 12, Kum 8, Vega 3. Totals 13 13-25 39.
ST. MARIA GORETTI (1-3)
M. Murray 11, C. Murray 3, Jackson 2, Lorensen 2. Totals 5 6-11 18.
Smithsburg    8    6    15    10    —    39
Goretti    7    2    4    5    —    18
3-point goals — Goretti 2 (M. Murray 2).

Oakdale 54, Williamsport 25

WILLIAMSPORT — Erica Buls scored a game-high 16 points to lead Oakdale past Williamsport in the season opener for both teams.

Karli Grimes had six points and six rebounds, while Hannah Kastelein had eight rebounds to go along with four points for the Wildcats.

OAKDALE (1-0)
Labella 9, Spahr 4, Bowman 5, Holman 5, Galavic 5, Pitts 2, Walling 3, McGaugley 5, Buls 16. Totals 19 12-23 54.
WILLIAMSPORT (0-1)
Grimes 6, Key 5, Strite 2, C. Robinson 2, A. Robinson 2, Kastelein 4, Palmer 4. Totals 10 4-9 25.
Oakdale    7    18    12    17    —    54
Williamsport    7    8    4    6    —    25
3-point goals — Oakdale 4 (Labella 2, Galavic, McGaugley), Williamsport 1 (Key).



FRESHMAN BOYS BASKETBALL

Clear Spring 30, Mtn. Ridge 26

Clear Spring: Willhite 13, Moats 10.



WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

HCC 69, Potomac State 46

Miesha Adams had 17 points and nine rebounds to lead Hagerstown Community College past Potomac State.

Kristine Mstowski had 13 points, Katie Connelly had 12 points, Katie Sprecher had a double double with 11 points and 12 rebounds, and Sasha Orr added six assists and six steals for the Hawks (3-6).

POTOMAC STATE
Miller 5, Steele 12, Wright 10, Waiboga 9, Ward 4, McDonald 2, McTee 2, Lesnioswki 2. Totals 19 5-13 46.
HAGERSTOWN (3-6)
Smothers 3, Connelly 12, Orr 3, Adams 17, Mstowski 13, Burch 4, Sprecher 11, Wallace 6. Totals 28 12-19 69.
Halftime — HCC, 34-23. 3-point goals — Potomac 3 (Steele 2, Miller), HCC 1 (Burch).



MEN’S BASKETBALL

Shepherd 90, Shippensburg 77

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — Austin Cunningham scored a team-high 19 points and dished out a game-high five assists to lead Shepherd past Shippensburg.

Brantley Osborne and Morgan McDonald each had 16 points for the Rams (5-1).

Tony Ellis scored a game-high 26 points for the Red Raiders (2-4).



MEN’S SOCCER

Shepherd’s Desta, Lowery get all-region honors

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — Shepherd University senior defender Robel Desta and senior forward Shane Lowery were recently named to the 2012 National Soccer Coaches of America (NSCAA) Division II All-Atlantic Region team.

Desta gained first-team honors, the first Ram to do so since 2002. He anchored a defense that had nine shutouts.

Lowery, a Boonsboro graduate, was a second-team selection for the second straight year. He led the Rams in goals (nine) and added three assists.



MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL

Faith Christian 38, Broadfording 35

Faith: Brady Mann 15, Matt Hott 12, Will Smoot 9.

Broadfording: Gonzales 19.



YOUTH BASKETBALL

Hagerstown Junior League

Junior Division

Hagerstown Lions 72, Western Enterprise 23

Lions: Bywaters 8, Pittnger 6, Greenlee 8, Akins 12, Breakall 4, Smith 10, Kerns 6, Waters 16, Crawford 2.

Western: Adams 9, Gaines 8, Mowbry 4.

Hardell 44, Williamsport Lions 38

Hardell: Yost 11, Chindorm 11, Peteras 3, Davis 9, Harrison 3.

Lions: Jennings 7, Stephens 13, Bri-Wade 8, Alligeiar 4, Gazzola 5.

Knights of Columbus 48, Senior Notes 41

Knights: Malick 15, Wetzel 11, Sydnor 9, Bowen 7, Munson 4, Garland 2.

Senior: Hamburg 20, Caudell 5, Arnone 5, Maholt 4, Hatcher 3, Embly 2, Merritt 2.

Maugansville 43, Rotary 39

Maugansville: Bowen 12, McCook 9, Roman 9, Cress 6, Myers 5, Castera 2.

Rotary: Lazich 16, Flaherty 6, Gasaway 6, Penn 5, Roman 4, Bouserman 2.

PTL 50, Nextow 35

PTL: Johnson 12, Stubbs 9, Hamilton 8, Michael 8, Rodriguez 5, Rise 4, Snow 2, Bukhari 2.

Nextow: Gantt 13, Shatzer 8, Bright 6, Hartman 4, Poffenberger 4.

Elementary Division

Exchange 35, FOP 22

Exchange: Murray 10, Mull 7, McNamee 6, Walters 6, Neal 4, Lorshbaugh 2.

FOP: Burnett 8, Searcy 6, Stubbs 4, Somerville 3, Varney 1.

Rob & Rob 26, Home Care 7

Rob & Rob: Ki. White 18, Jamison 2, Remsburg 2, Farrell 2, Guthrie 2.

Home Care: Stocks 2, Draper 2, Collazo 2, Goree 1.

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