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Enechionyia brothers power Saints

December 07, 2012

Friday, December 7, 2012

BOYS BASKETBALL

ST. JAMES — Nnamdi Enechionyia scored 41 points to lead Saint James past Berkeley Springs 95-66 on Friday night.

Obi Enechionyia had 24 points, 13 rebounds and five blocks, Sherman Harris had seven points, eight assists and six steals, and Connor Abeles added five steals for the Saints (2-1).

Michael Kearney had 33 points, including three 3-pointers, for the Indians (0-2).

BERKELEY SPRINGS  (0-2)
Kearney 33, Mills 2, Johnson 7, McBee 1, Zinzow 7, McCumbee 1, Athey 13, Kees 1, Truax 1. Totals 17 29-41 66.
SAINT JAMES (2-1)
N. Enechionyia 41, O. Enechionyia 24, Harris 7, Slater 4, Manesh 2, Thompson 8, Tolton 5, Young-Burke 4. Totals 33 25-33 95.
Berk. Springs    13    14    20    19    —    66
Saint James    22    25    30    18    —    95
3-point goals — Berkeley Springs 3 (Kearney 3), Saint James 4 (Harris, Thompson, Tolton, O. Enechionyia). Fouled out — O. Enechionyia, Slater, Fahey, Thompson.

Clear Spring 75, Hancock 50

CLEAR SPRING — Michael Riley had 16 points, including two 3-pointers, to lead Clear Spring past Hancock.

Jared Brant had 11 points, eight rebounds, three steals and two assists, Collin Schultz had a double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds, and Joey Fisher added seven rebounds for the Blazers (2-0).

Hunter McKinley had nine points and Brandon McKinley made two 3s for the Panthers (0-1).

HANCOCK (0-1)
Tosten 1, Anderson 2, Faith 4, Edgerton 5, H. McKinley 9, B. McKinley 6, Teeter 2, Sipe 7, T. Manning 3, L. Manning 1, Mitchell 7. Totals 17 10-19 50.
CLEAR SPRING (2-0)
Jar. Brant 11, Elwood 4, Quilici 1, S. Schultz 4, Riley 16, Aaron 6, C. Schultz 10, Jak. Brant 5, Thacker 1, Mills 2, Moser 9, Fisher 6. Totals 29 13-26 75.
Hancock    9    12    7    22    —    50
Clear Spring    17    11    26    21    —    75
3-point goals — Hancock 6 (Edgerton, H. McKinley, B. McKinley 2, T. Manning, Mitchell), Clear Spring 4 (Jar. Brant, Jak. Brant, Riley 2). Fouled out — H. McKinley.

Boonsboro 62, Manchester Valley 54

BOONSBORO — Scott Bennett had 19 points to lead Boonsboro to its first win of the season with a victory over Manchester Valley (0-2).

Dylan Coulter had a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds, Chad Cowden had 10 rebounds and Ryan Walsh added five assists for the Warriors (1-1).

JV: Boonsboro, 60-27 (B: Nick Hubbard 11).

MANCHESTER VALLEY (0-2)
Oshler 5, Gande 2, Boyle 12, Kolber 8, Wilson 24, Heron 3. Totals 21 6-16 54.
BOONSBORO (1-1)
Bennett 19, Cowden 6, Strunk 5, R. Walsh 4, T. Walsh 7, Coulter 12, Saunders 2, Jenkins 4, Crown 3. Totals 20 18-29 62.
Man. Valley    8    22    9    15    —    54
Boonsboro    15    12    18    17    —    62
3-point goals — Manchester Valley 6 (Wilson 5, Oshler), Boonsboro 4 (Cowden, Strunk, T. Walsh, Crown).

Frederick 53, Williamsport 42

WILLIAMSPORT — Despite committing 36 turnovers, including 23 in the first half, Williamsport cut Frederick’s lead to four with 1:04 left before the Cadets made their last six free throws to hold on.

Pat Davis and Christian James each had nine points to lead Frederick (1-1), which made 13 of 20 foul shots overall in the final quarter.

Ben Seibert had 13 points and seven rebounds to lead the Wildcats (0-2). Sterling Christy had nine points and six rebounds, and Ryan Crabtree also had nine points.

FREDERICK (1-1)
Wallace 1, English 8, Davis 9, Townsend 4, Levine 8, James 9, Hynes 1, King 8, Taylor 3, Spencer 2. Totals 15 19-30 53.
WILLIAMSPORT (0-2)
Crabtree 9, Arnone 3, Christy 9, Cross 2, Johnson 6, Seibert 13, Totals 12 16-28 42.
Frederick    8    20    6    19    —    53
Williamsport    7    7    11    17    —    42
3-point goals — Frederick 4 (Levine 2, James, Taylor), Williamsport 2 (Crabtree 2). Fouled out — Johnson.

Southern Fulton 65, Everett 47

WARFORDSBURG, Pa. — Nick Smartt scored 18 of his game-high 20 points from beyond the arc and also had three steals to lead Southern Fulton in a season-opening win over Everett (0-1) in the Sideling Hill League.

Jacob Ashkettle had 12 points, three rebounds and two steals, and Jordan Clingerman added 11 points, seven rebounds and two blocks for the Indians (1-0).

JV: Southern Fulton, 39-29 (SF: Connor Litton 15).

EVERETT (0-1)
Rhoat 11, Mellott 14, McInroy 14, Ward 4, Sheaffer 4. Totals 17 9-11 47.
SOUTHERN FULTON (1-0)
N. Smartt 20, Golden 7, Clingerman 11, Ashkettle 12, Seburn 5, No. Smartt 2, Litton 8. Totals 24 9-17 65.
Everett    8    10    15    14    —    47
So. Fulton    8    16    23    18    —    65
3-point goals — Everett 4 (McInroy 2, Rhoat, Ward), Southern Fulton 8 (N. Smartt 6, Golden, Seburn).

Massanutten Prep 101, Mercersburg Academy 51

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Mercersburg Academy fell to Massanutten Military Prep on Thursday.

Massanutten (13-0) had 14 players in the scoring column as it racked up a 54-34 lead at halftime on the way to breaking the century mark.

Dre Wills had 24 points for the Blue Storm (1-2). Reggie Fiumano had 11 points and Mike Collins added 10 points.

MERCERSBURG ACADEMY (1-2)
Fiumano 11, Sanders 4, Wills 24, Collins 10, Bacas 2. Totals 20 9-13 51.
MASSANUTTEN MILITARY PREP (13-0)
Burnette 21, Mason 12, Fields 7, Kelly 10, Dodd 10, Foreman 8, Owens 4, Peterson 15, Abuhawas 2, Simmons 1, Carter 2, Leveen 3, Bell 5, Humlett 1. Totals 38 16-23 101
Mercersburg    18    16    8    9    —    51
Massanutten    27    27    23    24    —    101
3-point goals — Mercersburg 2 (Fiumano, Wills), Massanutten 9 (Burnette 4, Mason 2, Peterson, Leveen, Bell).



GIRLS BASKETBALL

Boonsboro 58, Manchester Valley 44

MANCHESTER, Md. — Katie Sheridan had 17 points, seven rebounds and three assists to lead the Warriors to a victory in their season opener.

Boonsboro started strong and finished strong, outscoring Manchester Valley (0-2) 14-3 in the first quarter and 15-7 in the fourth.

Shannon O’Brien had 15 points, seven rebounds, four steals and two blocks for the Warriors. Kristyn Davis had 13 points and Tiffany Bowman added 10 rebounds and three blocks.

Sarah Bach had 16 points and Haile Houck added 14 points for Manchester Valley.

St. Maria Goretti 52, Grace Academy 20

Maggie Murray had 13 points to lead St. Maria Goretti past Grace Academy (0-1) in the first round of the Gael Classic.

Abbey Eich had 13 points, Claire Murray had 12 points, Lauree Lorensen had 10 points and Aliayah Jackson added six steals for the Gaels (2-3).

Goretti will host Delone Catholic, from McSherrystown, Pa., in the championship game Saturday at 1:30 p.m.

GRACE ACADEMY (0-1)
C. Cox 14, A. Cox 1, Eby 2, Quirple 3. Totals — 7 4-8 20.
ST. MARIA GORETTI (2-3)
M. Murray 13, C. Murray 12, Jackson 2, Lorensen 10, Kramer 2, Eich 13. Totals 23 5-9 52.
Grace    7    2    3    8    —    20
Goretti    13    13    14    12    —    52
3-point goals — Grace Academy 2 (C. Cox 2), Goretti 1 (M. Murray).

Oakdale 68, North Hagerstown 16

IJAMSVILLE, Md. — The Hubs dropped their second game to start the season.

Kayla Peterson had five points for North (0-2). Oakdale is 1-1.

NORTH HAGERSTOWN (0-2)
Dunn 2, Johnson 2, Williams 4, Peterson 5, McLeod 2, Karlen 1.
OAKDALE (1-1)
Labella 2, Spahr 2, Bowman 4, Holman 10, Galaviz 2, Pitts 12, Walling 4, Moorman 10, McGaughey 5, Buls 14.
3-point goals — Oakdale 1 (McGaughey).

McConnellsburg 38, Mount Union 32

MOUNT UNION, Pa. — McConnellsburg woke up from a lethargic first half to beat Mount Union in its season opener.

The Spartans rallied in the second half and took the lead on a free throw by Jessi Keefer. They salted the game away with two free throws by Nikki Fleming.

Fleming led McConnellsburg with 10 points.

JV: McConnellsburg, 35-17 (M: Kiley Keefer 17).

McCONNELLSBURG (1-0)
Fleming 18, Parson 2, Strayer 1, J. Keefer 7, Zittle 4, Roberts 4, K. Keefer 2. Totals 12 12-18 38.
MOUNT UNION
Drake 2, White 19, Gilbert-Walker 3, Foor 3, Sellers 8. Totals 13 6-09 25.
McConnellsburg    4    7    12    15    —    38
Mt. Union    6    13    8    8    —    32
3-point goals — Mount Union 1 (White).



JV BOYS BASKETBALL

Saint James 51, Berkeley Springs 48

Saint James: Luke Thompson 17, Mitchell Wilson 16, Ryan Brown 10.



FRESHMAN BOYS BASKETBALL

Williamsport 44, North Hagerstown 40

Williamsport: Bryce Ruppenthal 10.

North: Malik Carey 19.

St. Maria Goretti 46, Mercersburg Academy 15

Mercersburg: Hicks 11.

Goretti: Fisher 12, Smith 11.



GIRLS SQUASH

Mercersburg Academy 9, Buffalo Seminary 0

MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Caroline Metz, Rachel Rosa, Celine Hylton-Dei, Alyson Kinney and Joyce Yeo all won 3-0 for the Blue Storm in a sweep of Buffalo.

Woodli Kruchek and Hattye Hylta won 3-1, and Natalie Burkhart and Misa Ikenaga won 3-2 for Mercersburg (1-0).



BOWLING

Southside Bowl report

On Sunday, Southside Bowl held its annual Daryl Moats Memorial King of the Hill tournament for USBC members, with Williamsport’s Ryan Harbaugh taking the title.

After 42 bowlers competed in six qualifying games, the top five bowlers competed in a stepladder format. Fifth-seed Casey Kindle defeated fourth-seed Don Curry 258-225. Third-seed Mick Moats beat Kindle 181-180. Second-seed Victor Kline beat Moats 236-145. Harbaugh, the top seed, beat Kline 171-169.

* On Nov. 21, Southside Bowl held its annual Thanksgiving Eve Scratch King of the Hill tournament for tenpin bowlers and Thanksgiving Eve Duckpin Handicap King of the Hill tournament for duckpin bowlers.

Hagerstown’s Mike Rutherford won the tenpin title. After 30 bowlers competed in four qualifying games, the top five bowlers reached the stepladder format. Fifth-seed Pat Williams defeated fourth-seed James Painter, 180-157. Rutherford, the third seed, beat Williams 188-166, second-seed Tom Crutchfield 163-148 and top-seed Danny Brugh 212-162.

Williamsport’s Merle Jackson won the duckpin title. After 41 bowlers competed in four qualifying games, the top five bowlers competed in a stepladder format. Fifth-seed Arch McDonald defeated fourth-seed Shawn Reed 183-142 and third-seed Robert Keefer 183-137. Jackson, the second seed, beat McDonald 157-123 and top seed Jessica Long 145-132.

* On Nov. 20, while participating in the Tuesday Night Mixed League, Casey Kindle bowled a 300 game, earning him a $100 house award along with a plaque.

* On Nov. 26, while participating in the Daryl Moats Commercial League, Mick Moats bowled a 299 game, which earned him a $25 house award.



YOUTH BASKETBALL

Hagerstown Junior League

Junior Division

Maugansville Ruritan 45, UAW 32

Maugansville: Cress 6, Castera 12, Roman 2, Bowen 5, McCook 4, Dunn 2, Vadan 2, Myers 12.

UAW: Kolb 8, Hottinger 7, Keller 1, Hundley 5, Sprecher 1, Ferguson 5, Von Philip 2, Grove 2.

Senior Notes 54, Nextow 44

Senior Notes: Hamburg 23, Caudell 2, Arnone 9, Hatcher 5, Merritt 4, Muholt 2, Sta. Brown 7, Moore 2.

Nextow: Gantt 5, Bright 27, Poffenburger 5, Mitchell 3, Shatzer 2, Hartman 2.

PTL 62, Rotary 53

PTL: Johnson 19, Michael 26, Rodriguez 6, Bukhari 2, Saunders 9.

Rotary: B. Penn 4, C. Penn 23, Lazich 16, Bouserman 4, Ghutto 1, Roman 7.

Elementary Division

AC&T 32, Alsatia 27, OT

AC&T: Bowie 18, Connor 8, Silva 2, Cline 2, Williams 1, Becker 1.

Alsatia: Zinaich 8, Kercheval 7, Parmenter 4, Eyler 3, J. Rodriquez 2, Rodriquez 2, Shifflet 1.

Larry Allen 32, AMVETS 20

Larry Allen: Blake 8, Willhite 6, Williams 5, Watson 4, Keller 4, Hyman 4, Likely 1.

Amvets: Smith 14, Bowens 2, Ryan 2, Pereschuk 2.

Jerry’s 45, Antietam 14

Jerry’s: Howell 14, Martin 12, Bedregal 9, Aidoo 6, Taylor 4.

Antietam: Keats 6, Peralta 4, Phillips 2, Semler 2.

FOP 26, Home Care 15

FOP: Searcy 8, Stubbs 6, Sommerville 6, Pittman 4, Clark 2.

Home Care: Stocks 5, Norris 5, Draper 2, Collazo 2, Crampton 1.

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