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January 11, 2014

Turner’s 25 leads BW over Northern, 63-54

ACCIDENT — Kier Turner lived at the foul line Friday evening, scoring 17 of his game-high 25 points on free throws to lead Bishop Walsh over Northern 63-54 in Appalachian Mountain Athletic Conference action in Accident.

Turner, along with teammate Issac Mourier, finished the evening with a double-double. He had four field goals, made 17 of the 19 (89.4 percent) free throws he attempted and had 15 rebounds to complete the double-double. Mourier paired his 11 points with 11 boards for his double-double, while Max Paver added eight points.

Bishop Walsh accounted for over half of its offense at the foul line, converting 32 of 39 (82 percent) compared to an 8 for 12 night for Northern.

The Huskies stayed tight to the Spartans until the fourth quarter with Bishop Walsh leading 12-11 after the opening quarter and tied at 21 at halftime. BW led 38-35 after three quarters and outscored Northern 25-19 to pull away even further in the fourth.

The Huskies got a 33-30 win during the junior varsity game. Hunter Mallow scored eight points in the win, while Zach Conroy scored 12 and Isaiah Fraser had 11.

Bishop Walsh (3-7, 2-1 AMAC) plays in Hampshire tonight at 7:30. Northern (2-6, 0-4 AMAC) hosts Allegany on Tuesday.

Berkeley Springs    65

Frankfort    50


BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. — Frankfort made a run to get within arm’s reach during the second quarter, but Berkeley Springs worked itself another double digit lead during the second half to collect a 15-point win Friday over the visiting Falcons.

The Indians held a 21-12 lead after the first eight minutes, but Frankfort outscored them 11-5 during the second quarter to pull to within 26-23 by halftime. Berkeley Springs pushed the lead up to 12 points, 46-34, at the end of the third and added three more points to that advantage during the fourth.

Bailey Mills led all scorers with a 25-point effort. Brandon McCumbee added 10 more points for the Indians.

The Falcons (3-6)  were led by Jacob Young’s 19 points, got 11 more from Chase Detrick and 10 from Trent Hamilton.

The Falcons were a 43-29 winner in the junior varsity game, getting 25 points from Hunter McTaggart. Brady Compton had 13 for Berkeley. The freshman game also went to the Falcons, 44-24. Gage McGann had 15 in the win.

Frankfort returns home to play Petersburg on Tuesday.

Calvary    55

Shalom    30


CRESAPTOWN — Matt Dillow scored 23 points and Caleb Snyder scored 14 to lead Calvary Christian Academy to its first Mason-Dixon Christian Conference win of the season in defeating Shalom Friday at Calvary.

Dillow hit nine field goals, two of them three-pointers, while Snyder knocked down six field goals. The Eagles held seven-point leads through the first two quarters before pulling away with a 12-6 third to enter the fourth quarter with a 36-23 lead.

Shalom scored just 13 points in the second half.

“We really played well tonight,” said head coach Matt Dillow. “It was a great effort; we focused on defense and rebounding. It was a great, great team effort. Everybody contributed and everybody did a good job.”

Shalom was led by Jonah Ames with 17 points.

Calvary (2-5 overall, 1-3 MDCC) will play at Cumberland Valley Tuesday.

Hope for Hyndman    57

Hancock    50


HYNDMAN, Pa. — Hope for Hyndman Charter School outscored Hancock, 16-9, in the fourth quarter to break away from a 41-41 tie and defeat the Panthers Friday night at Hope for Hyndman.

Micah Stair led the Hornets with 18 points and Jordan Hiquet came in with 15. Josh Hiquet added eight points.

Hope for Hyndman trailed at the half, 25-21, before tying the score after three and making their fourth-quarter run to take the game.

Jared Cubbage led Hancock with 16 points and Jessie Wolford scored 15.

Hope for Hyndman (3-6) will visit Rockwood Monday.

Hancock won the junior varsity game, 33-20. Hunter Scaife scored nine for Hope for Hyndman.

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