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Blair sweeps through Mercersburg

January 27, 2013

Sunday, January 27, 2013

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Blair 67, Mercersburg 45

MERCERSBURG, Pa. — The Blue Storm made a game of it for one half, but Blair Academy picked up its aggressiveness in the third quarter and outscored Mercersburg 25-7 in the period to pull away for a Mid-Atlantic Prep League victory Sunday.

Batouly Camara scored 21 points and Sadie Edwards added 19 points for Blair (16-2, 5-0).

Melody Gomez had 17 points and 10 rebounds for her fourth double-double in the last five games for the Blue Storm (11-4, 1-3). Teal Tasker had 17 points and seven rebounds, and Hanna Warfield added five assists.

BLAIR ACADEMY (16-2, 5-0)
Camara 21, Ryan 1, Edwards 19, Cavanaugh 11, Hill 8, Bostal 3, Greik 2, Assad 2. Totals 29 6-9 67.
MERCERSBURG ACADEMY (11-4, 1-3)
Tasker 17, Firestone 4, Warfield 5, Brink 2, Gomez 17. Totals 15 15-25 45.
Blair    18    9    25    15    —    67
Mercersburg    8    15    7    15    —    45
3-point goals — Blair 3 (Edwards, Cavanaugh, Bostal). Fouled out — Bostal.


BOYS BASKETBALL

Blair 68, Mercersburg 51

MERCERSBURG, Pa. — Blair Academy outscored Mercersburg Academy in every quarter, including 17-7 in the final period to pull away for the victory.

Dre Wills led Mercersburg with 24 points, nine rebounds and five steals.


COLLEGE INDOOR TRACK & FIELD

Smith leads HCC at Liberty

LYNCHBURG, Va. — Grant Smith placed second in the men’s shot put (56 feet) and fifth in the weight throw (49 feet, 4 1/4 inches) for Hagerstown Community College at the Liberty Open on Saturday.

Also for the HCC men, Stephen Starliper placed seventh in the 5,000-meter run (16:09.95), A.J. El-Amin was seventh in the 500 (1:10.53), Brandon Horning was seventh in the mile (4:24.73), Kenny Kopp was seventh in the heptathlon (3,778 points) and Rodney Flora, Dave Homce, El-Amin and Jerel Madison placed seventh in the 4x400 relay (3:34.57). Eighth-place finishers included Andrew Drum in the 5,000 (16:37.35) and Chris Gardner in the 500 (1:10.75). Madison was 10th in the 200 (23.50).

For the HCC women, Paige Goebelbecker was seventh in the 5,000 (21:09.15).


UNIFIED BOCCE

Hancock, Boonsboro ‘B’ each go 3-0

BOONSBORO — Boonsboro hosted South Hagerstown and Hancock on Saturday, with Boonsboro B and Hancock each going undefeated at 3-0.

Boonsboro A, South B and South C each finished 1-2, while South A was 0-3.


JV BOYS BASKETBALL

Boonsboro 49, Clear Spring 32

Boonsboro: Stewart 19.


FRESHMAN BOYS BASKETBALL

Boonsboro 44, Clear Spring 24

Boonsboro: Harshman 14.

Clear Spring: Barnes 11.


MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL

Eighth Grade

Springfield 51, St. Mary 18

Springfield: Davis 4, Yost 12, Arnone 7, Schlotterbeck 1, Bowen 6, Dozier 2, Evans 4, Carpenter 5, Carr 4, Hudson 2, McVicker 4.

St. Mary: Starliper 9, Spinnler 5, Gilles 2, Epstein 2.

Sixth Grade

Smithsburg 28, E. Russell Hicks 25

Smithsburg: McCuin 6, Hejduk 5, Martin 5, Miller 4, Owen 4, Donald 2, Gaver 2.

E. Russell Hicks: Witmer 12, McDonald 7, Becker 4, Hawbaker 2.


YOUTH BASKETBALL

Boonsboro Area Boys League

Grades 3-4

Runnin Rebels 24, Hoosiers 12

Rebels: McKevitt 8, Sullivan 6, Weir 6, Stotelmyer 4.

Hoosier: Dyer 4, Hutchinson 4, Miller 2, Unger 2.

Wildcats 16, Spartans 11

Wildcats: Row 12, Koogle 4.

Spartans: Bradshaw 6, Bwana 5.


BRIEF

Hub City Softball League accepting new teams

The Hub City Softball League is accepting new men's slow-pitch teams for the 2013 season.

The season runs from April to August, with a kickoff tournament, 24-game regular season and playoff tournament. All games are played Monday through Thursday in the evening at Marty Snook Park. The deadline to enter for the 2013 season is March 1.

For information, contact Doug Levine at 301-991-8015 or visit the league website at www.hubcityleague.com.

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