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Hubs girls get first win

December 14, 2012

Friday, December 14, 2012

GIRLS BASKETBALL

BRUNSWICK, Md. — Kayla Peterson had a double-double with 13 points and 24 rebounds, and Jasmine Johnson scored a team-high 15 points for North Hagerstown as the Hubs defeated Brunswick 56-50 in the MVAL Antietam for their first victory of the season.

Khaliah Frost had eight points and seven rebounds, and Crystal McLeod added eight points, six rebounds and three steals for the Hubs (1-3, 1-1).

Melanie Yeomans scored a game-high 16 points for the Railroaders (1-3, 0-2).

NORTH HAGERSTOWN (1-3, 1-1)
Johnson 15, Williams 3, Peterson 13, McLeod 8, Frost 8, Trumpower 4, Karlen 5. Totals 22 8-21 56.
BRUNSWICK (1-3, 0-2)
Allison 5, Miller 3, Yeomans 16, Allen 6, Smith-Henry 15, Laine 5. Totals 17 13-25 50.
North    8    17    13    18    —    56
Brunswick    9    15    12    14    —    50
3-point goals — North 4 (Johnson 3, Karlen), Brunswick 3 (Yeomans, Smith-Henry 2).

Williamsport 47, Smithsburg 37

WILLIAMSPORT — Hannah Kastelein had a double-double with 13 points and 12 rebounds to lead Williamsport past Smithsburg (1-3, 0-1) in the MVAL Antietam.

Carley Robinson had nine points and 10 rebounds, and Victoria Key added nine points for the Wildcats (2-1, 2-0).

SMITHSBURG (1-3)
Kotewas 8, Hargreaves 6, Dennis 3, Duckworth 8, Shifflett 7, Gladhill 5. Totals 11 13-28 37.
WILLIAMSPORT (2-1, 2-0)
Key 9, Strite 4, Wade 6, C. Robinson 9, Kastelein 13, Palmer 6. Totals 13 15-21 47.
Smithsburg    8    7    7    15    —    37
Williamsport    10    9    16    12    —    47
3-point goals — Smithsburg 2 (Koterwas, Hargreaves), Williamsport 6 (Wade 2, Key 2, Palmer 2).

Catoctin 54, Clear Spring 35

THURMONT, Md. — Sam Staley had a double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds for Clear Spring in an MVAL Antietam loss to Catoctin (3-1, 2-0).

Isabel Forsman added nine points and four steals for the Blazers (2-2, 0-2).

Frederick Force 48, Saint James 37

ST. JAMES — Kerri Kline hit five 3-pointers en route to a team-high 18 points for Saint James in a loss to the Frederick Force homeschool team.

Lisle Bruns had nine points for the Saints (0-5).

Shalom Christian 44, Faith Christian 37

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Lydia Harris scored 22 points to lead Shalom Christian past Faith Christian in the Mason Dixon Christian Conference.

Tori Yoder had 10 points for the Flames (2-1, 2-0).

Hannah Dopson scored nine of her 15 points from beyond the arc to lead the Falcons (3-1, 2-1).

Mercersburg 47, Gerstell 29

FINKSBURG, Md. — Teal Tasker scored a game-high 18 points as Mercersburg Academy remained undefeated with a win over Gerstell.

Hanna Warfield had nine points, four assists and three steals, and MacKenzie Brink added 11 rebounds and four steals for the Blue Storm (6-0), who outscored Gerstell 24-11 in the second half.

MERCERSBURG ACADEMY (6-0)
Tasker 18, Warfield 9, Brink 6, Reath 6, Godbey 2, Richardson 6. Totals 20 7-15 47.
GERSTELL
Webbert 4, Eline 4, Scherr 2, Schwartz 12, France 7. Totals 11 3-4 29.
Mercersburg    9    14    13    11    —    47
Gerstell    9    9    7    4    —    29
3-point goals — Gerstell 4 (Schwartz 4).

Southern Fulton 49, Chestnut Ridge 17

WARFORDSBURG, Pa. — Kayla Chilcote had 12 points and five rebounds for Southern Fulton in a Sideling Hill League win over Chestnut Ridge (2-2, 0-2).

Macey Hollenshead had 10 points and five assists, and Taelor Morton had five steals to go along with four points for the Indians (4-0, 2-0), who led 33-2 at halftime.

CHESTNUT RIDGE (2-2, 0-2)
Batzel 2, Weaver 2, Feather 5, Weyant 4, Finnegan 4. Totals 7 2-4 17.
SOUTHERN FULTON (4-0, 2-0)
Chilcote 12, Morton 4, Strait 2, Wertz 4, Hollenshead 10, Mellott 3, Roman 6, Spade 6, Merchant 2. Totals 23 3-5 49.
Chestnut Ridge    2    0    4    11    —    17
So. Fulton    18    15    10    6    —    49
3-point goals — Chestnut Ridge 1 (Feather).



BOYS BASKETBALL

North Hagerstown 77, Brunswick 67

Andrew Yacyk scored 22 points to lead North Hagerstown past Brunswick in the MVAL Antietam.

Will Peralta had 15 points, Isaiah Keyes had 14 points and Max Ober added 10 points for the Hubs (2-2, 1-1).

Zach Hossler scored a game-high 24 points, including four 3-pointers, for the Railroaders (3-1, 1-1).

BRUNSWICK (3-1, 1-1)
Hossler 24, Darling 4, Fawley 7, Nusbaum 3, Price 12, Wenner 2, Coats 6, Smith 3, Foltz 2, Hardy 4. Totals 22 18-25 67.
NORTH HAGERSTOWN (2-2, 1-1)
Ober 10, Gantt 5, Boykin 2, Keyes 14, McCrary 2, Carey 7, Yacyk 22, Peralta 15. Totals 31 13-19 77.
Brunswick    19    16    16    16    —    67
North    19    13    19    26    —    77
3-point goals — Brunswick 5 (Hossler 4, Fawley), North 2 (Keyes 2). Technical foul — Darling.

Clear Spring 68, Catoctin 46

CLEAR SPRING — Michael Riley had 14 points to lead Clear Spring past Catoctin (0-3, 0-2) in the MVAL Antietam.

Ryan Aaron and Jake Brant had 13 points each and Collin Shultz added eight rebounds and four steals for the Blazers (4-0, 2-0), who outscored the Cougars 32-14 in the second quarter.

CATOCTIN (0-3, 0-2)
Jenkins 2, Laramore 3, Kolb 4, Morgan 2, Speak 3, Smith 2, Cole 6, Shanton 8, Kennedy 6, Tokar 10. Totals 17 10-20 46.
CLEAR SPRING (4-0, 2-0)
Brant 4, Elwood 6, Quilici 9, Riley 14, Aaron 13, Schultz 2, Jak. Brant 13, Moser 3, Fisher 5. Totals 23 20-26 68.
Catoctin    6    14    18    8    —    46
Clear Spring    10    32    11    15    —    68
3-point goals — Catoctin 2 (Laramore, Kennedy), Clear Spring 2 (Quilici, Aaron). Fouled out — Shanton, Kennedy, Moser.

Benedictine 82, Saint James 57

POTOMAC, Md. — Obi Enechionyia scored a game-high 27 points to go along with 10 rebounds and six blocks for Saint James in a loss to Benedictine at the Bullis Holiday Classic.

Nnamdi Enechionyia had 17 points and Sherman Harris had 14 assists for the Saints (3-3).

SAINT JAMES (3-3)
N. Enechionyia 17, O. Enechionyia 27, Slater 4, Fahey 6, Thompson 3. Totals 18 13-21 57.
BENEDICTINE
Lane 10, Johnson 17, Coppola 2, Gill 23, Gordon 2, Gorski 5, Sims 4, Pilot 2, Miner 17. Totals 35 3-5 82.
3-point goals — Saint James 8 (Namdi 3, Obi 2, Fahey 2, Thompson); Benedictine 9 (Miner 4, Johnson 3, Gill 2).

Hyndman 102, Hancock 77

HANCOCK — Brian Torbet had a game-high 34 points to lead Hyndman (3-0) to a high-scoring win over Hancock.

Hunter McKinley had a team-high 23 points, including four 3-pointers, for the Panthers (1-3), who trailed 50-44 at halftime before being outscored 36-13 in the third quarter.

Jordan Tosten had 16 points, five rebounds and five assists, while Brandon McKinley added 10 points for Hancock.

HYNDMAN (3-0)
Bra. Torbet 16, Cook 8, Cosgrove 2, Leydig 2, Deneen 13, Bri. Torbet 34, Miller 5, Leydig 14, Hight 3, Wisnewski 4. Totals 38 17-27 102.
HANCOCK (1-3)
Tosten 16, Anderson 6, Edgerton 2, H. McKinley 23, B. McKinley 10, Teeter 2, T. Manning 9, Mitchell 5, L. Manning 4. Totals 24 19-30 77.
Hyndman    32    18    36    16    —    102
Hancock    20    24    13    20    —    77
3-point goals — Hyndman 9 (Brad Torbet 3, Cook, Deneen 3, Leydig 2), Hancock 10 (Tosten 2, H. McKinley 4, B. McKinley 2, T. Manning, Mitchell).

New Life 74, Heritage Academy 68

Austin Brown scored 12 of his game-high 27 points from beyond the arc to lead New Life Christian to a Mason Dixon Christian Conference win over Heritage Academy.

Connor Brown and Michael Allwein each had 14 points, with Allwein hitting four 3-pointers for New Life (4-3, 3-0).

Chris Harrell had 21 points, including three 3-pointers, Ben Cosner had 18 points, eight rebounds and six assists, Alex Cosner had 16 points and six rebounds, and Bryce Nigh made three 3-pointers and added five assists for the Eagles (3-1, 2-1).

NEW LIFE (4-3, 3-0)
C. Brown 14, A. Brown 27, Allwein 14, Horn 3, Chambers 6, McCrory 4, Bois 2. Totals 26 8-14 74.
HERITAGE ACADEMY (3-1, 2-1)
A. Cosner 16, B. Cosner 18, Harrell 21, Nigh 9, Patey 4. Totals 25 12-23 68.
New Life    27    15    10    18    —    74
Heritage     16    11    23    17    —    68
3-point goals — New Life 10 (C. Brown, A. Brown 4, Allwein 4, Horn), Heritage 6 (Harrell 3, Nigh 3). Fouled out — C. Brown,  B. Cosner.

Chambersburg 61, Carlisle 47

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Chambersburg took control of Carlisle early in the first quarter and rolled to a Mid-Penn Commonwealth victory.

Kellen Williams scored 20 points to lead the Trojans (3-1, 1-1). Mitch Stahl added 14 points and Evason Ogbonna scored 13.

CARLISLE (1-3, 0-2)
Ramsey 3, Hughes 5, Dockens 14, Bailor 5, Klippinger 13, Smitz 7. Totals 16 12-16 47.
CHAMBERSBURG (3-1, 1-1)
Christian 2, Sollenberger 7, Charles 2, Myers 1, Martin 2, Williams 20, Ogbonna 13, Stahl 14. Totals 22 13-27.
Carlisle    10    14    10    13    —    47
Chambersburg    16    15    14    16    —    61
3-point goals — Carlisle  3 (Ramsey, Hughes, Smitz), Chambersburg 4 (Sollenberger 2, Williams, Stahl).

Chestnut Ridge 67, Southern Fulton 62

NEW PARIS, Pa. — Junior Jordan Clingerman had the best game of his career with 21 points, but it was not enough for Southern Fulton to overcome Chestnut Ridge in a Sideling Hill League game.

Clingerman also had five rebounds, four steals and two blocked shots for the Indians (2-1, 1-1).

Beau Bosch terrorized Southern Fulton with 27 points to lead Chestnut Ridge (3-1, 2-0).

SOUTHERN FULTON (2-1, 1-1)
N. Smartt 10, Golden 9, Ashkettle 10, Seaburn 5, Clingerman 21, Litten 7. Totals 24 10-11 62.
CHESTNUT RIDGE (3-1, 2-0)
A. Wiley 16, Pick 6, Bosch 27, T. Wiley 14, Hengst 3, Grubb 1. Totals 26 9-18 67.
S. Fulton     8    26    10    18    —    62
C. Ridge    11    22    17    17    —    67
3-point goals — Southern Fulton 4 (Smartt, Golden, Seaburn Litten), Chestnut Ridge 6 (T. Wiley 4, A. Wiley, Hengst).

Shalom Christian 48, Faith Christian 33

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Alex Crilley scored 19 points to lead Shalom Christian past Faith Christian in the MDCC.

Matt Wenger added 12 points for the Flames (2-1, 2-1).

Sam Romine led Faith (2-5, 1-2) with 15 points and three steals. Isiah Walls added 10 points.

SHALOM CHRISTIAN (2-1, 2-1)
Martin 2, Wenger 12, Nicklaus 2, Benton 3, McCracken 4, Crilley 19, Holderman 2, Clopper 4. Totals 21 2-7 48.
FAITH CHRISTIAN (2-5, 1-2)
Johnson 6, Peifer 2, Romine 15, Walls 10. Totals 10 10-12 33.
Shalom    9    13    14    12    —    48
Faith    5    7    5    16    —    33
3-point goals — Shalom 4 (Wenger 2, Crilley 2), Faith 3 (Romine 2, Walls).

Berkeley Springs 60, Frankfort 54

SHORT GAP, W.Va. — Kyle Appel had 21 points, 11 rebounds and three assists, and Berkeley Springs outscored Frankfort 18-8 in the third quarter to take the lead and held onto it for the victory.

Michael Kearney added 10 points and four rebounds for the Indians (2-2).

Gage Shaffer had 19 points for Frankfort (1-3).

BERKELEY SPRINGS (2-2)
Appel 21, Wise 8, Kearney 10, Athey 7, Truax 7, Steelman 5, Zinzow 2. Totals 24 5-16 60.
FRANKFORT (1-3)
Shaffer 19, Detrick 12, Cutler 10, Dorsey 10, Crock 2, Smith 1. Totals 18 16-24 54.
Berk. Springs    18    11    18    13    —    60
Frankfort    10    22    8    14    —    54
3-point goals — Berk. Springs 7 (Kearney 2, Wise, Steelman, Appel, Wise, Truax), Frankfort 2 (Cutler, Detrick). Fouled out — Truax.



MEN’S BASKETBALL

HCC 93, Chesapeake 86

WYE MILLS, Md. — Donte Thomas had 19 points and 12 assists to lead Hagerstown Communtiy College past Chesapeake in the Maryland JuCo Conference.

Kervin Rameau had 18 points and seven rebounds, and Antonio Jenifer added 16 points and 12 rebounds for the Hawks (13-2, 3-1).



BOYS SQUASH

Mercersburg 9, Westminster (Ga.) 0

Mercersburg 9, Shady Side 0

MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Mercersburg Academy lost just four games total in two sweeps.

Otto Bunjapamai, Max Weinik, Mac Williams, Eli Woodworth, Albert Lam, Seth Noorbakhsh, Jeremy Greenberger, Eon Kim and Jason Cui each won twice for the Blue Storm (7-1).



JV BOYS BASKETBALL

Carlisle 39, Chambersburg 33

Chambersburg: Franklin 10.



JV GIRLS BASKETBALL

Williamsport 55, Smithsburg 13

Williamsport: Gibney 11.

Saint James 26, Frederick Warriors 10

Saint James (2-3): Blenckstone 12, Grady 10.

Warriors: Quick 4, Muller 4.

Shalom Christian 30, Faith Christian 16

Shalom: Harris 16.

Faith: Deneseus 5.



YOUTH BASKETBALL

Hagerstown Junior League

Elementary Division

AC&T 28, Antietam 19

AC&T: Connor 11, Silva 9, Bowie 8.

Antietam: Peralta 10, Semler 3, Keats 2, Way 2, Phillips 2.

Robinson & Robinson 21, Wellers 16

R&R: Ki. White 11, Jamison 4, Farrell 2, Remsburg 2, Ky. White 2.

Wellers: Whitt 4, Socks 4, Denton 2, Jones 2, Chinn 2, Sebrosky 2.



BRIEFS

Hagerstown Area Youth Basketball League signups

The Hagerstown Area Youth Basketball League has openings for fourth-, fifth- and sixth-graders.

Signups will be held Monday and Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m. at St. James Brethern Church on 17718 Lappans Rd.

Games will be played on Mondays or Tuesdays.

For information, contact Mike Kelbaugh at 301-223-4556 or Terry Lescalleett at 304-962-0232 or visit the league’s website at www.leaguelineup.com/basketballyouth.

Holiday indoor track meets

Two indoor track and field meets will be held at Hagerstown Community College on Dec. 27.

An open meet for athletes of all ages and abilities will be held from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., followed by a high school meet from 4 to 8 p.m.

For information, contact Jan Price at 301-293-4219 or at MizOfficial@yahoo.com.

Hawk Indoor Marathon set for Dec. 31 at HCC

The first Hawk Indoor Marathon will be held Dec. 31 on Hagerstown Community College’s 200-meter indoor track, beginning at 10 a.m.

The 26.2-mile (211-lap) race is limited to the first 40 entries.

For information, contact race director Nick Snyder at nrsnyder@hagerstowncc.edu.

“Eat Sleep Run Grow” women’s event Jan. 12

The “Eat Sleep Run Grow: Redefining Ourselves as Women” event will be held Jan. 12 at Wilson College in Chambersburg, Pa.

Event organizer Brenda Miller said, “Our mission is to encourage women of all ages and backgrounds to use sports, exercise and a healthy life style to gain confidence in all areas of their lives. I am hoping to see ladies from all over the Tri-State be a part of this super event.”

For information, go to www.EatSleepRunGrow.com.

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