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North perseveres to beat West York

January 26, 2013

Saturday, January 26, 2013

BOYS BASKETBALL

GETTYSBURG, Pa. — North Hagerstown notched a victory at the Pennsylvania-Maryland Showcase Challenge on Saturday despite playing without leading scorer Isaiah Keyes and falling behind 19-9 after one quarter, rallying to defeat West York, 63-54.

Preston Carey led North (11-4) with 15 points and four steals, Max Ober had 13 points and four assists, and J.Q. Gantt and Will Peralta each added 10 points. Kenny McCrary had eight points, 15 rebounds, six blocks and four steals.

Kevin Rice scored 14 points and Darian McCauley added 12 for West York (8-11).

NORTH HAGERSTOWN (11-4)
Ober 13, Stubbs 2, Gantt 10, Schoeck 2, McCrary 8, Carey 15, Yacyk 3, Peralta 10. Totals 21 17-30 63.
WEST YORK (8-11)
Lopez 4, Einsig 9, Shellbaker 4, Neff 3, Rice 14, Woodard 2, Neiderer 4, McCauley 12, Torres 2. Totals 19 9-14 54.
North    9    24    8    22    —    63
West York    19    11    11    13    —    54
3-point goals — North 4 (Gantt 2, Ober, Carey), West York 7 (Einsig 3, Rice 3, Neff). Fouled out — Yacyk, Lopez.

Boonsboro 38, Clear Spring 30

CLEAR SPRING — Held to just 14 points in the first three quarters, Boonsboro erupted for 24 points in the fourth to rally for an MVAL Antietam victory over Clear Spring.

Boonsboro (6-10, 4-6) made 13 of 17 free throws in the final period to seal the win.

Scott Bennett led the Warriors with 14 points. Dylan Coulter had five rebounds and Casey Strunk had four steals.

Spencer Schultz had seven points, Collin Schultz had six steals and Brandon Quilici had four steals for the Blazers (5-7, 2-7).

BOONSBORO (6-10, 4-6)
Bennett 14, Strunk 9, Walsh 2, Wetzel 7, Cowden 3, Souders 3. Totals 10 16-21 38.
CLEAR SPRING (5-7, 2-7)
Jar. Brant 5, Elwood 4, Quilici 2, S. Schultz 7, C. Schultz 4, Jak. Brant 2, Moser 2, Fisher 4. Totals 13 3-7 30.
Boonsboro    4    6    4    24    —    38
Clear Spring    6    6    7    11    —    30
3-point goals — Boonsboro 2 (Bennett, Wetzel), Clear Spring 1 (S. Schultz).

Villa Angela-St. Joseph 68, Martinsburg 59, OT

CANTON, Ohio — Demonta Flanagan scored six points in overtime as Villa Angela-St. Joseph outscored Martinsburg 11-2 in the extra period to pull out a victory in the Dunk 4 Diabetes Shootout at Walsh University.

Brian Parker led St. Joseph (14-2) with 21 points, while Flanagan finished with 14 and Duane Gibson had 12.

Jalen Lewis led the Bulldogs (13-2) with 22 points — including five 3-pointers — and five rebounds. Donte’ Grantham added 10 points and 13 rebounds.

MARTINSBURG (13-2)
Freeman 5, Robinson 7, Lewis 22, Cole 3, Grantham 10, German 8, Hairston 2. Totals 22 7-11 59.
VILLA ANGELA-ST. JOSEPH (14-2)
Parker 21, Mastalski 2, Forte 8, Gibson 12, Flanagan 14. Totals 23 18-32 68.
Martinsburg    19    8    18    12    2    —    59
Cleveland    18    10    14    15    11    —    68
3-point goals — Martinsburg 8 (Robinson, Lewis 5, Cole, Grantham), Cleveland 4 (Forte 2, Flanagan 2).

Chambersburg 57, Western Tech 49

GETTYSBURG, Pa. — Kellen Williams had 14 points and eight rebounds to lead Chambersburg past Western Tech in the Pennsylvania-Maryland Showcase Challenge.

Evason Ogbonna had 12 points, Kyle Myers had 11 and Mitch Stahl had five assists for the Trojans (11-6).

WESTERN TECH
Luster 9, Everly 6, Goodman 10, Imes 9, Collins 5, Wortham 2, Lassiter 2, Edwards 4, Morant 2. Totals 18 9-16 49.
CHAMBERSBURG (11-6)
Ogbonna 12, Sollenberger 3, Charles 6, Myers 11, Martin 2, Williams 14, Stahl 9. Totals 17 21-33 57.
Western Tech    10    11    15    13    —    49
Chambersburg    15    6    11    25    —    57
3-point goals — Western Tech 4 (Luster 2, Everly, Imes), Chambersburg 2 (Williams 2).

East Pennsboro 64, Waynesboro 51

NEWVILLE, Pa. — Ben Barley scored 23 points — making four 3-pointers — and East Pennsboro (6-11) outscored Waynesboro 41-19 in the second half to hang a loss on the winless Indians, whose shooting went cold.

Tim Ingram led Waynesboro (0-18) with 10 points, while Shaquil Smith, Cole Warrenfeltz and Devonte Montgomery each added eight points. Montgomery had six rebounds and Smith added three assists and two blocks.

WAYNESBORO (0-18)
Smith 8, Hossman 5, Ingram 10, Kelley 5, Warrenfeltz 8, Fetterhoff 3, Bennett 4, Montgomery 8. Totals 17 13-19 51.
EAST PENNSBORO (6-11)
Barley 23, Etter 5, Wilson 11, Walker 8, Powery 4, Stahlman 6, Boles 7. Totals 21 15-26 64.
Waynesboro    10    22    8    11    —    51
East Pennsboro    14    9    17    24    —    64
3-point goals — Waynesboro 4 (Smith, Hossman, Kelley, Fetterhoff), East Pennsboro 7 (Barley 4, Etter, Walker 2). Fouled out — Smith.

Southern Fulton 65, Everett 30

EVERETT, Pa. — Nick Smartt had 25 points and six rebounds to lead Southern Fulton to a Sideling Hill League win over Everett.

The Indians (7-6, 5-5) broke open a close game by outscoring Everett 20-4 in the second quarter.

Jordan Clingerman added 13 points and 12 rebounds for Southern Fulton.

SOUTHERN FULTON (7-6, 5-5)
N. Smartt 25, Litton 6, Golden 2, Ashkettle 7, Clingerman 13, Seaburn 8, No. Smartt 4. Totals 25 11-15 65.
EVERETT
Rhoat 6, McInroy 7, Ward 9, Sheaffer 2, Scott 6. Totals 14 1-1 30.
S. Fulton    13    20    18    14    —    65
Everett    9    4    6    11    —    30
3-point goals — Southern Fulton 4 (Ni. Smartt 4), Everett 1 (Ward).

Grace Academy 50, Front Royal Christian 25

Edward Booth had 12 points, 23 rebounds and four steals as Grace Academy pulled away from Front Royal Christian (5-9).

Hakeem Long had 10 points, 11 rebounds and seven steals for the Knights (4-11). Roy Hsu added 11 rebounds.

FRONT ROYAL CHRISTIAN (5-9)
Malach 2, C. Foster 3, I. Vittator 1, McHugh 2, Holly 3, S. Vittitor 8, D. Foster 6. Totals 8 4-11 25.
GRACE ACADEMY (4-11)
Barger 4, Long 10, Hernandez 6, Cole 2, Booth 12, Helman 7, Koontz 5, Hsu 4. Totals 22 4-13 50.
Front Royal    3    11    6    5    —    25
Grace    8    16    18    8    —    50
3-point goals — Front Royal 5 (C. Foster, S. Vittitor 2, D. Foster 2), Grace 2 (Helman, Koontz). Fouled out — Steigerwald (FR).



GIRLS BASKETBALL

Boonsboro 43, Musselman 37

INWOOD, W.Va. — Katie Sheridan scored all four of her points at the free throw line in the final minute, helping the Warriors hold off the Applemen.

Boonsboro (9-6) took a 9-3 lead through one quarter and never trailed after that, although Musselman (6-9) stayed within striking distance to the very end.

Kristyn Davis led the Warriors with 14 points and four steals. Shannon O’Brien had eight points, eight rebounds and three blocks, and Tiffany Bowman added nine boards.

Kyra Burnett led the Applemen with 14 points.

BOONSBORO (9-6)
Davis 14, Angle 2, Green 2, Jenkins 4, Bowman 5, Bingaman 4, Sheridan 4, O’Brien 8. Totals 13 13-23 43.
MUSSELMAN (6-9)
Shawyer 4, Burnett 14, Kerr 4, Potter 5, Venable 8, Casto 2. Totals 8 17-29 37.
Boonsboro    9    14    5    15    —    43
Musselman    3    14    8    12    —    37
3-point goals — Boonsboro 4 (Davis 4), Musselman 4 (Burnett 3, Potter). Fouled out — Kerr.

Sidwell Friends 49, Saint James 32

ST. JAMES — Morgan Matthews scored 14 points and Sidwell Friends (6-7) took an 11-3 lead after one quarter and gradually pulled away from Saint James.

Kerri Kline had a double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Saints (2-11). Madison Fahey added nine points.

SIDWELL FRIENDS (6-7)
Everett 3, Stark 2, Matthews 14, Morgan 4, Steinbach 2, Anders 2, Statia 4, Wood 12, Melson 6. Totals 20 5-13 49.
SAINT JAMES (2-11)
Kline 15, Fahey 9, Bruns 4, Abeles 2, Jenkinson 2. Totals 13 3-8 32.
Sidwell Friends    11    11    14    13    —    49
Saint James    3    8    11    10    —    32
3-point goals — Sidwell Friends 4 (Matthews 3, Everett), Saint James 3 (Kline 3).

Grace Academy 31, Front Royal Flames 29

The Cox sisters, Caitlin and Allie, led Grace Academy past the Front Royal Flames for the Knights’ sixth straight win.

Caitlin Cox had 12 points, 13 rebounds, four steals and two blocked shots for Grace (7-6), while Allie Cox had seven points, four assists and four steals.

FRONT ROYAL FLAMES
Smith 2, Locke 8, Holtz 2, Weatherholtz 3, Hoteck 3, Yarnell 11. Totals 12 5-13 29.
GRACE ACADEMY (7-6)
C. Cox 12, A. Cox 7, Quirple 6, Jones 2, Boutieller 4. Totals 10 9-13 31.
Front Royal    1    11    6    11    —    29
Grace    5    5    12    9    —    31
3-point goals — Grace 2 (C. Cox).

Mercersburg Academy 47, Middleburg 30

MIDDLEBURG, Va. — Melody Gomez recorded a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds as Mercersburg Academy used an 18-5 first-period burst to beat Middleburg Academy.

Sarah Firestone added 10 points and eight rebounds, Hanna Warfield had 10 points and Teal Tasker had five assists for the Blue Storm (11-3).

MERCERSBURG ACADEMY (11-3)
Yague 2, Tasker 9, Bucci 2, Firestone 10, Warfield 10, Gomez 12, Reath 2. Totals 19 9-17 47.
MIDDLEBURG ACADEMY
Mitchell 4, Radcliffe 8, Malinowski 5, Mutumbo 8, Creeben 5. Totals 11 7-14 30.
Mercersburg    18    11    10    8    —    47
Middleburg    5    11    1    13    —    30
3-point goals — Middleburg 1 (Radcliffe).



PREP WRESTLING

South Hagerstown 44, Thomas Johnson 36

at FREDERICK, Md.

120 — Anthony Sodergren (SH) p. Bravo, 3:45; 126 — Bonne (TJ) fft.; 132 — Luke Heinrich (SH) p. Wolford, 1:34; 138 — Jason Smith (SH) p. Parker, 2:16; 145 — Omar Mbye (SH) d. Daddone, 9-8; 152 — Nathan Resspass (SH) p. Pappas, 5:49; 160 — Broadhurst (TJ) p. Jabari Davis, 3:29; 170 — Ridgley (TJ) p. Sarosh Bukhari, 3:27; 182 — Tressler (TJ) p. Michael Rodriguez, :59; 195 — Spencer Moore (SH) p. Hines, :46; 220 — Marquil Holt (SH) p. Kefauver, 1:01; 285 — Estaban (TJ) p. Avery Bolton, :19; 106 — Isaiah Brooks (SH) p. Gabri, :39; 113 — Escobar (TJ) fft.

Record: South 8-12.

North Hagerstown 72, Clarksburg 12

at CLARKSBURG, Md.

138 — Brendon Colbert (NH) p. Brian Kouassi, 3:41; 145 — Gene Balcita (NH) p. Andrew Haudsim, 1:41; 152 — Coleman McHose (NH) p. Jamie Adcock, 1:06; 160 — Michael Leone (NH) p. Seon Chreky, 5:21; 170 — J.D. McKoy (NH) fft.; 182 — Antonio Rosario (NH) p. Steve Tagheu, 2:21; 195 — Amont Hawkins (NH) p. Xavier Walker, 5:37; 220 — Aaron Dopson (NH) fft.; 285 — Zane Burker (NH) p. Moses Santos, 4:45; 106 — Mike Tobery (NH) p. Chris Steiss, 1:44; 113 — Logan Ring (Cl) p. Howie Shehan, 1:02; 120 — Collin Edwards (NH) p. Doug White, :22; 126 — Herbie Testerman (Cl) p. Eddie Chappell, 2:55; 132 — Dylan Brown (NH) p. Ethan Press, 3:46.

Notes: Colbert, a junior, recorded his 100th victory, improving to 28-1 for the season and 100-5 for his career. ... North improved to 15-10.

Mercersburg in Sharknado Duals

ROCKVILLE, Md. — Mercersburg Academy went 1-3 in dual matches on Saturday, falling to Good Counsel 50-9, Loyola 60-22 and Haverford 45-34, while defeating Edison (Va.), 45-33.

Sonic Cho went 3-1 at 126 pounds, Josh Setliff went 3-1 at 152, Jordi Shapiro went 3-1 at 160, Ayo Adjibaba went 3-1 at 195 and Josh Abele went 3-1 at 220 to lead the Blue Storm.



PREP SWIMMING

Eastern Panhandle Championships

at Shepherd University

Boys team scores: 1. Jefferson 173; 2. Musselman 103; 3. Washington 73; 4. Hedgesville 67; 5. Hampshire 64; 6. Martinsburg 34.

Girls team scores: 1. Jefferson 172; 2. Hedgesville 135; 3. Washington 93; 4. (tie) Martinsburg, Musselman 45; 6. Hampshire 28.

Highlights: Keegan Simmons won the 50-yard freestyle and 100 freestyle for the Jefferson boys, while Luisa Holland won the 200 freestyle and 100 breaststroke for the Jefferson girls.



GIRLS SQUASH

Lancaster Country Day 7, Mercersburg Academy 2
Westminster (Ga.) 8, Mercersburg Academy 1

MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Hattye Hytla and Mallory Sipes earned victories for the Blue Storm (8-9) against Lancaster Country Day, while Woodli Krutek notched a win against Westminster.



PREP UNIFIED BOCCE

Clear Spring 2, Williamsport 1

Game scores: 6-11, 7-5, 8-6.



MEN’S BASKETBALL

Bluefield State 92, Shepherd 83

BLUEFIELD, W.Va. —  All five Bluefield State starters scored in double figures in a West Virginia Conference win over Shepherd University.

Roy Cooper led the Big Blues (2-16, 2-12) with 24 points. Joseph Dawkins had 17, Avery Holliday 15, Samuel Ouedraogo  14 and Treon Claiborne 11. Ouedraogo added 13 rebounds.

Chad Moore led the Rams (11-6, 8-5) with 25 points, seven rebounds and four steals, making 11 of 16 shots. Brantley Osborne added 18 points and five assists, and Morgan McDonald had 12 points and 14 rebounds.



WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Shepherd 98, Bluefield State 65

BLUEFIELD, W.Va. — Rachel Johnson posted career-highs of 27 points and eight assists, making 12 of 15 shots, and Emily Daniel added 18 points and a season-high 13 rebounds to lead Shepherd University over Bluefield State (10-7, 8-6) in a West Virginia Conference game.

Priscilla Moseh had 13 points, seven boards and four steals for the Rams (8-9, 7-6). Gabby Flinchum added 12 points, six rebounds and five blocks, while Alex Weakland had 12 points, six rebounds and four assists.



JV BOYS BASKETBALL

Grace Academy 44, Front Royal Christian 29

Grace (8-2): Koontz 12, Clever 1, Barger 19, Booth 4, Hsu 6, Kaetzel 2.



JV GIRLS BASKETBALL

Sidwell Friends 32, Saint James 31, OT

Saint James: Blenckstone 11.

Goretti 51, MSD 21

Goretti: Phalen 13.

MSD: Kurth 8.

Boonsboro 49, Clear Spring 32

Boonsboro: Stewart 19.

Southern Fulton 56, Everett 52

Southern Fulton: Rider 19.



FRESHMAN BOYS BASKETBALL

Goretti 43, Williamsport 26

Goretti: Ferguson 11, Roper 4, Smith 13, Fisher 13, Zinaich 2.

Williamsport: Wood 2, Kyler 6, Smith 2, Ruppenthal 11, Burgan 2, Johnson 3.



MIDDLE SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Boys Eighth Grade

E. Russell Hicks 40, Smithsburg 34

ERH: Johnson 17, Malik 8, Sydnor 8, Wade 5, Wilson 2.

Smithsburg: Pittinger 10, Bywaters 10, Curtis 6, Kutchey 5, Merritt 2, Shifflett 1.

Broadfording 32, Saint James 12

Broadfording: Capagna 3, Durst 5, Gladhill 4, Fogle 4, Gonzales 9, Kolb 2, Narryaron 2, Kerr 2, Shaffer 1.

Saint James: Nelson 6, Yoon 2, Buttena 2, Sapperfield 2.

Broadfording 45, Hancock 21

Broadfording: Capagna 2, Durst 2, Gladhill 8, Fogle 7, Gonzales 13, Kolb 2, Narryaron 2, Shaffer 9.

Northern 33, Clear Spring 25

Northern: White 14, Hamburg 6, Nelson 5, Augusto 2, Castera 2, Kolb 2, Nicholson 2.

Clear Spring: Greenlee 8, Rowland 8, Breakall 5, Embly 4.

Boonsboro 54, Western Heights 52

Boonsboro: Elzie 10, Hardy 2, Mahoney 6, Mason 2, Penn 17, Rogers 6, Saunders 10, Wells 3.

Western: Gantt 9, Wetzel 23, Smith 1, Roman 6, Singleton 2.

Boys Seventh Grade

Northern 39, Clear Spring 37

Northern: Shives 11, Waters 11, Sprecher 9, Tribble 8.

Clear Spring: Michael 20, Lazich 9, von Philp 5, Hose 2, Kelly 1.

Broadfording 26, Hancock 18

Broadfording: Capagna 4, Durst 11, Hyan 2, Gettel 9.

St. Mary 30, Springfield 24

St. Mary: Semler 8, Murray 13, Jacques 6, Litzinger 2, Ewing 1.

Springfield: K. Hamilton 5, Gooden 7, T. Hamilton 8, Stoner 1, Campbell 1, Sheffler 2.

Boonsboro 38, Western Heights 23

Boonsboro: Penn 13, Bowers 11, Myers 5, Nikirk 2, Rinehart 2, T. Smith 2, Wells 2, Kidwell 1.

Boys Sixth Grade

Boonsboro 57, Western Heights 44

Boonsboro: Hartle 6, Shank 4, Martin 9, Nolan 8, Feaster 15, Humbel 2, Crampton 2, Zinaich 1, Barbour 10.

Western: Gantt 20, Williams 2, Townsend 16, Epps 2, Collazo 2, Gleason 2.



YOUTH BASKETBALL

Boonsboro Area Boys League

Grades 5-6

Runnin’ Rebels 23, Terps 7

Rebels: Baker 15, Dorsey 4, Lescaleet 2, Wescott 2.

Terps: Reed 4, Haga 2, Arnold 1.

Grades 3-4

Tar Heels 36, Wildcats 29

Tar Heels: Routzahn 12, Reynolds 10, Glattes 8, Obitts 6.

Wildcats: Row 25, Koogle 2, Debaugh 2.

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