Cumberland Times-News


December 18, 2013

Raines, Mtn. Ridge pelt Trojans, 50-44

Ketterman’s bucket lifts Calvary

FROSTBURG — Sarah Raines poured in 21 points, Anna Broadwater added 13 and Amie Blank 11 to spark Mountain Ridge to its fourth straight win, 50-44 over Hampshire in high school girls basketball Tuesday night.

Raines hit eight field goals and 4 of 7 free throws to lead all scorers for the unbeaten Miners (4-0). She also had four rebounds, three assists and two steals. Broadwater, who hit three three-point shots, also had four rebounds, three steals and two assists.

Mountain Ridge trailed 18-15 after the first quarter but took the lead for good in the second and led 29-26 at halftime. Raines and Broadwater combined for 10 of the Miners’ 14 points in the second.

Ericka Gordon made six field goals and 4 of 6 free throws for a team-high 16 points for Hampshire (1-2).

Mountain Ridge won the jayvee game 32-19. Molly Winner had eight points for the Miners and Hailey McAllister had eight for the Trojans.

Mountain Ridge won at Hope for Hyndman on Monday night 63-34. Ten Miners scored, with Raines leading the way with 18 points and Lexie Metz getting 12. Jelaina Snyder had 17 for Hyndman.

Mountain Ridge plays again Thursday at Musselman. The Trojans play at Hedgesville, also on Thursday.

Calvary 40, Grace 38

HAGERSTOWN — Karly Hipsley scored 18 points and hauled in 17 rebounds, and Logan Ketterman scored what proved to be the game-winning bucket in the final minute to lift Calvary Christian past Grace in a Mason-Dixon Christian Conference game.

Calvary led 20-16 at halftime despite being bothered by Grace’s full-court press. After a few halftime adjustments, the Eagles (2-2, 2-1 MDCC), got several easy buckets after breaking the press painlessly in the third quarter, as they enjoyed their best offensive quarter of the young season.

Calvary led 34-26 after three quarters but Grace rallied with two three-point goals down the stretch and tied it, 38-38 with 1:10 to go. Ketterman hit a shot from near the free-throw line to break the tie with 38 seconds to go. Neither team scored the rest of the way.

Hipsley led all players in scoring and rebounding. Payton Emerick added 11 points and four assists, Ketterman finished with six points and Brooke Ricker had four points and nine rebounds.

Jade Boone scored 12 points and Ali Cox had 11 for Grace.

Calvary will host the Nelson Auto/Bio Met Christmas Tournament on Friday and Saturday. On Friday, Bishop Walsh plays Grace at 5 p.m., and Calvary takes on Hope for Hyndman at 7 p.m. On Saturday, the consolation game starts at 11 a.m. and the championship will be at 1 p.m.

Morgantown    48

Southern    29

OAKLAND — Neck and neck over the first two quarters, Morgantown warmed up in the second half while Southern still couldn’t sink its shots to in a 48-29 loss Tuesday in Oakland.

The Mohigans held one-point leads of 11-10 and 18-17 at the horns of the first quarters, but then outscored Southern 12-5 during the third and 19-7 in the fourth to distance themselves.

Sydney Holloway led all players with 13 points, but was the only Morgantown player with more than five points.

Southern got a team-high 12 points out of Kambrie Bosley. Lauren Francillon put together eight points and eight rebounds, and Alicia Roth finished with 11 rebounds and five points.

“They got on a run early in the second half where we missed a couple of shots and they ran them into layups,” said Southern coach Danny Bosley. “They proved more athletic and were eventually able to sit in a zone, and we couldn’t hit the looks we got.”

Southern fell 49-17 in the junior varsity game. Nianna Turner scored 12 in the win, and Ashley Green had six for Southern.

The Rams open play in the AMAC on Saturday when they visit Fort Hill at 3:30.

Shanksville    40

Salisbury    34

SALISBURY, Pa. — Trista Stutzman scored 13 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lift Shanksville past Salisbury.

Maddie Walker added 10 points for Shanksville (2-1), which trailed 27-26 after three quarters but outscored Salisbury 14-7 in the fourth.

Kylee Short scored 13 points and Emily Lowery had five points and 12 rebounds for Salisbury (1-4). The Elks will host Rockwood on Friday.

Mountain View     51

Paw Paw    44

STAFFORD Va. — Amber Grimes scored 21 points to help Mountain View Christian to a victory over visiting Paw Paw.

Belle Harrold poured in a game-high 26 points for Paw Paw. Alivia Snyder had 10 points, eight rebounds, four steals and three assists for the Pirates (1-3).

Mountain View held a 26-18 lead at halftime and outscored Paw Paw 17-8 in the third quarter for a 43-26 advantage.

Paw Paw will host Harman on Saturday.

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