From Staff Reports
KEYSER, W.Va. — Reggie Baker scored 23 points to lead Potomac State past Westmoreland as the Catamounts finished off a seven-game home stretch with an 86-66 win over Westmoreland in Western Pennsylvania Collegiate Conference action Saturday afternoon.
Potomac State (10-6, 4-1 WPCC) did most of the heavy work in the first half, holding the Wolfpack to 25 points to take a 43-25 lead. The Cats were able to cruise to victory in the second half, keeping a 20-point lead for most of the second half.
Baker finished as one of four PSC players in double figures as Carlton Drake scored 14, George Chase added 13 and Jaron Farrell 10.
Andy Carter scored a game-high 36 points for the Wolfpack. Jordan Ruggiero finished with 22.
Potomac State stays in conference but takes to the road to finish out the season when it plays at Penn Highlands on Monday.
OAKLAND — Tee Talley put in 24 points to lead Frederick to a win at Garrett Saturday.
The Lakers held an offense averaging 76.7 points per game to 71. However, Garrett shot just 15-for-37 from the field, including 5-for-20 in the first half, leading to a 39-24 halftime deficit.
Garrett scored eight more points in the second half than they did in the first but still failed to knock down easy shots as Frederick maintained its 15-point cushion.
Markee Mazcyk added 16 for the Cougars.
Antonio Butler led the Lakers with 16. Marquise Green had 11.
Garrett (11-10, 5-9 in MD JUCO) hosts Allegany College of Maryland Wednesday at 7 p.m.
Frostburg State 49
DOVER, Del. — Frostburg stumbled out of the gate and was never able to recover against No. 24 Wesley, which built a quick 22-8 lead and rolled to a Capital Athletic Conference win.
Paul Reynolds had 19 points and 11 rebounds and David Langan 18 points and 15 boards for Wesley (16-5, 7-2 CAC), which out-rebounded the Bobcats 50-24.
Christian Jackson had 21 points and Jabari Kamau 11 points and six rebounds for Frostburg State (8-13, 2-6), which shot just 31 percent from the field.
Frostburg plays again Wednesday at St. Mary’s.