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Martinsburg girls fall in state quarterfinals

March 06, 2013
  • The Hagerstown Hawks U-12 travel boys basketball team recently finished the regular season 10-0 in the Monocacy Youth Basketball Association U-12 Division 1 League. In the league tournament, the Hawks defeated Middletown in the quarterfinals 64-20 and then beat Mount Airy in the semifinals 48-25, before losing in the championship game to West Frederick 57-53. From left to right are: Front row --- David Butts, Logan Butts and Kyle Harris; Back row --- Kendrick Tchoua, Tyzir Baker, Joe Fowlkes III and Caleb Bowers.
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Wednesday, March 6, 2013

GIRLS BASKETBALL

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Leah Taylor scored 11 points to lead Morgantown to a 45-31 win over Martinsburg in the Class AAA quarterfinals Wednesday.

The second-seeded Mohigans (20-5) never trailed and moved on to the semifinals for the first time since 2008.

Morgantown forced 27 turnovers and made 13 steals.

Kiana Bullett scored 10 points for No. 7 Martinsburg (15-7). The Bulldogs shot 27 percent from the floor for the game and fell behind by as many as 17 points in the third quarter.


YOUTH BASKETBALL

Hedgesville Tournmament

7th grade boys

Boonsboro 47, Hedgesville 46

Boonsboro: Penn 25, Myers 8, B. Smith 7, Holder 4, Nikirk 2, Kidwell 1.

Wash Co. Boys and Girls Club 51, Boonsboro 48

Boonsboro: Penn 27, B. Smith 5, Myers 4, Rinehart 4, Holder 2, Kidwell 2, Nikirk 2, T. Smith 2.


RUNNING

Trail races set for April 20 in Shepherdstown

The Potomac Valley Audubon Society’s 12th annual “This Race is for the Birds!” trail-running event will be held April 20 on the campus of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, W.Va.

There will be races of 7.7 miles and 4.9 miles, each beginning at 9 a.m., followed by a 2-mile jog/walk, and at 10:45 a.m. there will be children’s 1-mile fun run.

For information or to register, go to the race website at www.raceforthebirds.org or contact Kristin Alexander at kristin@potomacaudubon.org or at 304-676-3397.

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