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Broadfording blows past CVCS

December 20, 2012

Thursday, December 20, 2012

BOYS BASKETBALL

Mawdo Sallah had a double-double with 27 points and 12 rebounds to lead Broadfording Christian to an 81-35 Mason Dixon Christian Conference rout of Cumberland Valley Christian (2-4, 0-4) on Thursday.

Moni Anderson had 21 points, including three 3-pointers, and five assists, Isaiah Daniels had 17 points, including three 3-pointers, and five steals, and Cisco Silva and Shawn Price each added five assists for the Lions (10-3, 3-0).

CUMB. VALLEY CHRISTIAN (2-4, 0-4)
Santeis 5, Lee 6, Chapman 8, Kipe 9, Groves 4, Propst 3. Totals 14 5-10 35.
BROADFORDING (10-3, 3-0)
Anderson 21, Daniels 17, Price 5, Lopez 4, Massey 2, Silva 3, Sallah 27, Kim 2. Totals 33 8-13 81.
CVCS    10    11    10    4    —    35
Broadfording    18    20    21    22    —    81
3-point goals — CVCS 2 (Propst, Kipe), Broadfording 7 (Anderson 3, Daniels 3, Lopez).

Shalom Christian 51, MSD 39

CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Shalom Christian broke away from a 39-39 tie after three quarters with a solid fourth frame to pick up a victory over Maryland School for the Deaf.

Matt Wenger hit a key 3-pointer that fueled the Flames (3-1) in the final eight minutes, in which Shalom hit 10 of 14 from the foul line.

Jeff McCracken led Shalom with 14 points and Logan Benton added 10.

MARYLAND SCHOOL FOR DEAF (2-5)
Bonheyo 6, B. Moers 7, Kamara 21, C. Moers 5. Totals 16 5-12 39.
SHALOM CHRISTIAN (3-1)
Wenger 9, Benton 10, McCracken 14, Crilley 9, Clapper 9. Totals 16 17-24 51.
MSD    12    8    14    5    —    39
Shalom    11    14    9    17    —    51
3-point goals — MSD 2 (Bonheyo, B. Moers), Shalom 2 (Wenger 2).

Shippensburg 63, Waynesboro 55

WAYNESBORO, Pa. — Waynesboro went on 22-2 run in the third quarter to rally back from a 16-point halftime deficit and take a four-point lead, but could not maintain the momentum in a Mid-Penn Colonial loss to Shippensburg on Wednesday.

Shaquill Smith had 19 points and three steals, Seth Hoffman made four 3-pointers for 12 points, Tim Ingram had seven rebounds, Cole Warrenfeltz had three steals and Ryan Kelley added four assists for the Indians (2-4, 1-3).

SHIPPENSBURG
Bri. Hastings 7, Miller 13, Springer 2, Frey 5, Kater 9, Singhas 15, Shannon 7, Bry. Hastings 5. Totals 23 14-23 63.
WAYNESBORO (2-4, 1-3)
Smith 19, Hoffman 12, Ingram 2, Kelley 5, Warrenfeltz 6, Fetterhoff 7, Bennett 2, Montgomery 2. Totals 20 8-15 55.
Shippensburg    16    20    14    13    —    63
Waynesboro    8    12    28    7    —    55
3-point goals — Shippensburg 3 (Miller, Frey, Shannon), Waynesboro 7 (Smith 2, Hoffman 4, Fetterhoff).



GIRLS BASKETBALL

Hanson County (N.C.) 53, Hedgesville 39

ROCK HILL, S.C. — Hanson County’s offensive and defensive pressure in the first quarter knocked Hedgesville out of its game, leading to a loss in the opening round of the eight-team Y.C. Wynborn Classic.

Hanson’s defense bothered the Eagles (3-3) and pushed them into a 17-4 deficit after the first quarter. Hanson played an uptempo game to force the issue.

Hedgesville closed within a possession of the lead in the second half, but went cold again and started to turn the ball over.

Carly Elliott led Hedgesville with nine points, while Lexi Taylor added eight points and eight rebounds.

Keyanne McCray led Hanson (4-1) with 11 points.

HANSON COUNTY (4-1)
Alderson 11, McCray 11, Rivers 10, Pauldo 2, Melton 1, Robinson 8, Little 10. Totals 20 12-17 53.
HEDGESVILLE (3-3)
Compton 8, Nunn 5, Creamer 2, Taylor 8, Shaw 3, Gayle 3, Elliott 9, Wolfe 1. Totals 16 5-9 39.
Hanson Co.    17    7    12    17    —    53
Hedgesville    4    14    11    10    —    39
3-point goals — Hanson Co. 1 (McCray), Hedgesville 2 (Nunn, Gayle).

Southern Fulton 65, Everett 45

WARFORDSBURG, Pa. — Taelor Morton had 14 points, including three 3-pointers, and five assists to lead Southern Fulton to a Sideling Hill League win over Everett (4-2, 2-1).

Macey Hollenshead had 12 points, 15 assists, seven steals and six rebounds for the Indians (6-0, 4-0). Ashley Roman had 10 points and two blocks, Kayla Wertz had 10 points and Kayla Chilcote added eight points and five rebounds.

EVERETT (4-2, 2-1)
B. Morral 7, Phipps 9, Duvall 4, Brallier 11, Beegle 4, K. Morral 4, Snider 2, Rice 4. Totals 17 8-17 45.
SOUTHERN FULTON (6-0, 4-0)
Chilcote 8, Morton 14, Strait 4, Wertz 10, Hollenshead 12, Mellott 4, Roman 10, Spade 3. Totals 28 4-8 65.
Everett    4    11    12    18    —    45
So. Fulton    10    19    18    18    —    65
3-point goals — Everett 3 (B. Morral, Brallier 2), Southern Fulton 5 (Morton 3, Hollenshead, Spade).

McConnellsburg 36, Southern Huntingdon 26

McCONNELLSBURG, Pa. — Sam Roberts had 13 points and seven rebounds for McConnellsburg in a win over Southern Huntingdon.

Nikki Fleming had eight points and 11 rebounds for the Spartans (2-2).

SOUTHERN HUNTINGDON
Leonard 4, Goshorn 5, Detwiler 5, Donaldson 6, Booher 3, Zinobile 3. Totals 10 3-11 26.
McCONNELLSBURG (2-3)
Fleming 8, Parson 4, Strayer 3, Keefer 4, Zittle 4, Roberts 13. Totals 11 14-21 36.
S. Huntingdon    11    2    13    0    —    26
McConnellsburg    8    13    6    9    —    36
3-point goals — S. Huntingdon 3 (Goshorn, Detwiler, Zinobile). Fouled out — Leonard, Goshorn.

Correction

Incorrect information appeared in the Boonsboro-Clear Spring capsule in Wednesday’s roundup. Samantha Staley and Jenna Lipinski each scored nine points for Clear Spring. The Herald-Mail apologizes for the error.



PREP WRESTLING

Waynesboro 51, James Buchanan 27

at MERCERSBURG, Pa.

106 — Ryan Neff (W) fft.; 113 — John Atkinson (W) fft.; 120 — Hunter Faith (JB) d. Aaron Layman, 5-3; 126 — Colby Mowen (W) p. Kyle Lee, 0:42; 132 — Austin Tucker (JB) p. Cody Fry, 3:16; 138 — Kenyon Cuka (W) p. Blake Egolf, 3:09; 145 — Jesse Smith (W) d. Cameron Fox, 7-3; 152 — Casey Glunt (JB) p. Wes Cline, 1:56; 160 — Daniel Shields (W) fft.; 170 — Aiden Smith (W) fft.; 182 — Patrick Wade (W) fft.; 195 — Dustin Walker (J) fft.; 220 — Andrew Paterno (W) fft.; 285 — Devin Reed (JB) p. Shawn Robinson, 0:29.



WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Montgomery-Rockville 75, HCC 55

ROCKVILLE, Md. — Katie Sprecher recorded her fourth double-double of the season with 16 points and 14 rebounds for Hagerstown in a Maryland JuCo Conference loss to Montgomery College of Rockville on Wednesday.

Kristen Mstowski had 17 points and Miesha Adams added 11 points for the Hawks (3-10).

HAGERSTOWN (3-10)
Connelly 1, Orr 3, Adams 11, Mstowski 17, Sprecher 16, Wallace 7. Totals 22 9-14 55.
MONTGOMERY-ROCKVILLE
Nourn 28, Cowell 11, Latter 2, Thalley 16, Ceccone 9, Redparth 2, Martin 7. Totals 25 17-21 75.
Halftime — Rockville, 42-26. 3-point goals — HCC 2 (Mstowski 2), Rockville 8 (Nourn 4, Cowell, Thalley 3).



WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY

Hubs grad Shank gets honor

ANNVILLE, Pa. — Elizabethtown College senior Taryn Shank was named a Middle Atlantic Conference Scholar-Athlete.

The MAC chooses one senior in each fall sport who has a minimum 3.2 grade point average. The selections, made by the MAC Awards Committee, are equally based on academic record and athletic prowess.

Shank, a North Hagerstown graduate and mathematics major, earned her fourth straight All-MAC First Team honor this season. She finished in the top 10 at the conference championship meet in each of her four seasons with the Blue Jays, including a fourth-place run this year.



JV BOYS BASKETBALL

Tuscarora 60, South Hagerstown 59

Tuscarora: Dorsey 19.

South: Womack 2, Evoniah 3, Lung 23, Crosby 5, Johnson 2, Tinsley 5, Vaughn 10, Minor 4, Brooks 4.



JV GIRLS BASKETBALL

Boonsboro 28, Allegany 25

Boonsboro: Ridenour 8, Sikes 4, Walsh 5, Coulter 6, Stotler 5.

Alleghany: Warnick 1, Sellers 4, Younger 2, Hare 10, Winner 3, Logsdon 4, Fagan 1.

McConnellsburg 44, Southern Huntingdon 36

McConnellsburg: Parson 16.



YOUTH BASKETBALL

Hagerstown Junior League

Junior Division

Maugansville Ruritan 40, Williamsport Lions 31

Maugansville: Fink 9, Roman 8, Castera 8, Cress 4, Bowen 3, Dunn 2, McCook 2, Everhart 2, Baden 2.

Williamsport: Barnhart 10, Jennings 7, Allgaier 6, Bey-Wade 4, Stephens 2, Tibbs 2.

Knights of Columbus 47, Nextow 31

Knights: Wetzel 15, Munson 9, Garland 6, Bowen 4, Krumbeck 4, Sydnor 4, Malick 3, Evans 2.

Nextow: Bright 13, Gantt 12, Kline 4, Poffenburger 2.

Maugansville Ruritan 38, Funkstown 32

Maugansville: Myers 13, Bowen 9, Castera 7, Cress 5, McCook 4.

Funkstown: Simington 11, Nelson 10, Anderson 6, Hardesty 3, Byrd 2.

Senior Notes 49, UAW 43

Senior: Hamburg 17, Arnone 10, Brown 8, Muholt 8, Embly 6.

UAW: Ferguson 14, Sprecher 9, Hundly 8, Grove 6, Hill 6.

PTL 54, Hardell Fuel 43

PTL: Rodriguez 14, Hamilton 11, Michael 10, Saunders 8, Johnson 6, Stubbs 5.

Hardell: Yost 19, Davis 7, Gatewood 6, Harrison 4, Edwards 4, Loar 3.

Elementary Division

Western Enterprise 31, AMVETS 22

Western: Branche 8, Babb 6, Bartley 5, Russ 4, DeShield 4, Hill 3.

AMVETS: Bowens 10, Smith 4, Hilker 4, Wiley 2, Gee 2.

Exchange 28, AC&T 26

Exchange: McNamee 8, Mull 6, Neal 5, Murray 4, Payne 4, Knight 1.

AC&T: Bowie 18, Silva 6, Cline 1, Socks 1.

Boonsboro Boys League

Grades 5-6

Huskies 22, Hoosiers 13

Huskies: Morrow 8, Healy 7, Luzier 7.

Hoosiers: Mahoney 2, McKevitt 2, Owens 4, Vest 1, Porter 4.

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