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Gaels claim top BCL awards

February 19, 2013

Monday, February 18, 2013

BOYS BASKETBALL

BALTIMORE — The St. Maria Goretti boys basketball team reaped individual awards at the BCL banquet on Monday night.

Amrit Rayfield was named BCL Coach of the Year in his fourth year as the Gaels’ head coach.

Then, 6-foot-8 junior Martin Geben was named Player of the Year. Geben averages more than 16 points and nearly 12 rebounds a game for the Gaels.

Guard Tyrus Fleetwood won the BCL’s Most Improved Player and was named to the honorable mention team.

The Gaels are 21-11 overall — their best record since the 2001-02 season — heading into tonight’s game at Montrose Christian. They finished 7-7 in the BCL, their first season at .500 or better in the league in at least 10 years.

Martinsburg 76, Saint James 67

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Donte Grantham had a game-high 25 points, seven rebounds and three steals to lead Martinsburg past Saint James.

Jordan Robinson had 14 points, 10 rebounds and four assists, Jalen Lewis had 14 points and Eugene German had nine points and five rebounds for the Bulldogs (20-2).

Nnamdi Enechionyia had a team-high 24 points, Jacob Thompson had 16 points and Obi Enechionyia had 14 points for the Saints (11-13).

SAINT JAMES (11-13)
Harris 4, Slater 3, Carr 6, Thompson 16, O. Enechionyia 14, N. Enechionyia 24. Totals 28 4-6 67.
MARTINSBURG (20-2)
Freeman 4, Robinson 14, Lewis 14, Hill 2, Cole 2, Long 6, Grantham 25, German 9. Totals 25 21-25 76.
Saint James    17    16    11    23    —    67
Martinsburg    18    20    19    19    —    76
3-point goals — Saint James 7 (Thompson 4, N. Enechionyia 3); Martinsburg 5 (Grantham 2, Lewis, Robinson 2).

Frederick Force 70, Fulton County 50

NEEDMORE, Pa. — Skyler Gordon hit five 3-pointers en route to a game-high 38 points for Fulton County Christian in a loss to Frederick Force.

Caleb Gingerich had 10 points for the Chargers (5-13).

FREDERICK FORCE
Leao 13, Street 18, Hughes 3, Joannides 7, Poole 5, Torres 7, Dietrich 2, Mix 2, Owens 13. Totals 28 12-22 70.
FULTON COUNTY (5-13)
Gordon 38, Gingerich 10, Mellott 2. Totals 14 17-30 50.
Frederick Force    18    21    18    13    —    70
Fulton County    11    12     13    14    —    50
3-point goals — Frederick Force 2 (Street, Hughes); Fulton County 5 (Gordon 5).



GIRLS BASKETBALL

Brunswick 79, Clear Spring 65

BRUNSWICK, Md. — Mel Yeomans scored a game-high 32 points to lead Brunswick (5-17, 3-11) past Clear Spring in the MVAL Antietam.

Isabel Forsman had 18 points and four steals, Jenna Lipinski had 17 points, Kristen Mellott had 13 points and 10 rebounds, Samantha Staley had 13 rebounds and Kyleigh Stottlemyer had eight rebounds for the Blazers (6-15, 1-13), who were outscored 21-9 in the first quarter.

CLEAR SPRING (6-15, 1-13)
Forsman 18, Lipinski 17, Mellott 13, Bowers 4, Staley 5, Reynard 4, Stottlemyer 4.
BRUNSWICK (5-17, 3-11)
Yeomans 32, Miller 5, Baker 6, Allen 3, Smith-Henry 15, Laing 10, Fisher 8.
Clear Spring    9    22    18    16    —    65
Brunswick    21    17    14    27    —    79

Frederick Force 47, Fulton County 36

NEEDMORE, Pa. — Jenae Gordon scored nine of her 17 points from  long range for Fulton County Christian in a loss to Frederick Force.

Gordon added seven rebounds, three assists and three steals, Rebecca Truax had eight points, four rebounds and four assists and Hannah Beddow had eight points and seven rebounds for the Chargers (7-9).

FREDERICK FORCE
Romanchuk 17, Hall 8, Hughes 3, Muller 5, Steele 2, Skerfsnider 12. Totals 18 10-15 47.
FULTON COUNTY (7-9)
Beddow 8, Truax 8, Gingerich 3, Gordon 17. Totals 13 7-16 36.
Frederick Force    13    9    16    9    —    47
Fulton County    9    6    12    9    —    36
3-point goals — Frederick Force 1 (Skerfsnider); Fulton County 3 (Gordon 3). Fouled out — Swope.



WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Shepherd 73, West Liberty 70

WEST LIBERTY, W.Va. — Gabby Flinchum had 20 points and nine rebounds to lead Shepherd University past West Liberty (17-7, 15-5) in the WVIAC.

After the game was tied at 70 late in the fourth, Flinchum hit the go-ahead bucket with 25 seconds left then made 1 of 2 free throws to ice the game.

Rachel Johnson had 20 points and three assists and Emily Daniel had 14 points and eight rebounds for the Rams (12-13, 11-10). 



JV BOYS BASKETBALL

Martinsburg 45, Saint James 30

Saint James: Wilson 12, Zhang 6, Thompson 6.



YOUTH BASKETBALL

Boonsboro Area Boys League

3rd/4th grade

Terps 36, Tar Heels 15

Terps: Osmond 17, Smith 15, Grimm 6, Kellerman 1.

Tar Heels: Routzahn 5, Reynolds 5, Rudy 2, Obitts 3.



BOWLING

Gordon Cox Memorial

Waynesboro, Pa., native Dave Vulgamott won the annual Gordon Cox Memorial King of the Hill tournament at Southside Bowl on Feb. 10.

Forty-five bowlers competed in six qualifying games. Vulgamott earned the top seed of the five bowlers who quaified for the final stepladder bracket.

No. 5 seed Jeff Day defeated fourth seed Mike Calloway Jr. 236-173 and third seed Brian Bagley 241-216, before losing to No. 2 seed Travis Yeates, 198-182. 

Vulgamott defeated Yeates in the final, 214-158.

In other news from Southside:

— Monday NIght Triples Duckpin League: Robin Keller won $25 for bowling a 159 game (50 pins over her 104 average); Debbie Conrad won $25 for bowling a 170 game (50 pins over her 115 average).

— Tuesday Night Mixed League: Josh Trumpower won a $50 house award for his 777 series (150 pins over his 182 average and a 775-plus series).

— Saturday Night Mixed Double League: Randy Wyand won a $25 house award for his 702 series (150 pins over his 176 average).

— Friday Night Mixed League: Mike Calloway won a $175 house award for a 300 game and an 809 series (150 pins over his 218 average).



BRIEF

Bethany athletes named to PAC Academic Honor Roll

Seven Tri-State area athletes who attend Bethany College were recently named to the Presidents’ Athletic Conference Fall Academic Honor Roll.

Those named to the team were Bethany Bowers (Clear Spring, women’s soccer), Alaina Heck (Martinsburg, women’s soccer), Charlotte King (Washington, cross country), Brooks Kursey (Hedgesville, football), Brittany Marsh (Musselman, women’s soccer), Kelsea Martz (Hedgesville, cross country) and Amber Ridings (Musselman, tennis).

Athletes must earn a grade point average of 3.6 or better in the semester of their competition to qualify for the honor.

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