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Basketball

January 2, 2013

Spartans remain unbeaten in AMAC

Wolfe scores 27 during Fort Hill’s win over Southern

CUMBERLAND — Liam Rhodes scored 19 points to lead five scorers in double figures as top-ranked Bishop Walsh overpowered Frankfort, 81-36, in high school boys basketball Wednesday evening.

Chris Scarlett had 16 points, three assists and three steals, Quincy Redmon added 13 points, Terrell McGraw 12 and Lucas Bruck 10 for the Spartans.

Billy Conroy had a game-high nine steals and four assists for BW (9-3, 4-0 AMAC), moved a 13-10 first-quarter lead to 40-20 at halftime. It was 63-28 going into the final eight minutes.

Thane Cutter had 11 points and Chase Detrick 10 for Frankfort (2-7, 1-5).

BW also won the jayvee game 36-30. Zach Conroy had 16 points for BW and Brady Watson had nine for Frankfort.

Bishop Walsh hosts Fort Hill on Friday in the first Cumberland City League game of the season. Frankfort travels to Petersburg on Saturday.

Fort Hill 52, Southern 41

OAKLAND — Jarrett Wolfe was dominant, recording 27 points, nine rebounds and four blocks to lead Fort Hill, 52-41, at Southern on Wednesday.

Wolfe had 14 in the first half, while Southern scored 17 as a team.

The Sentinels took a 28-17 lead into halftime that they increased to 46-26 after three.

Southern controlled the fourth quarter, 15-6 but it wasn’t enough to come back.

Dalton Gaus added 16 points for the Sentinels.

Landon Todd led the Rams with 13 points and Alex Fike chipped in 10.

Southern won the jayvee game, 36-27. Brycon Bernard had eight points and eight rebounds.

Fort Hill edged Southern 25-24 in the freshmen match-up, led by seven points from Danny May. Will Fredlock scored 14 in the loss.

Fort Hill (3-4) plays at Bishop Walsh Friday at 7:30 p.m. Southern (3-4) hosts Northern Friday at 7:30.

Keyser 27, Northern 24

KEYSER, W.Va. — Keyser grinded out their first win of the season, 27-24, at home against Northern Wednesday.

Both teams were anemic offensively, making 11 field goals each and shooting a combined 4-for-16 from the free throw line.

The Golden Tornado led 10-8 after one but Northern tied it at 14 going into halftime.

Northern scored just three points in the third quarter as Keyser built a seemingly insurmountable four-point advantage.  It went on to win by three.

Dakota Proud and Tyler Hamilton each pulled down 10 rebounds.

Jordan Evans led the Rams with seven points.

Keyser won the jayvee game, 60-25. Jack Voelkel scored eight points for the Golden Tornado.

Keyser (1-3) play tonight at Berkeley Springs at 7:30 p.m. Northern (0-7) plays Friday at Southern.

Tucker Co. 61, Moorefield 54

MOOREFIELD, W.Va. — Tyler Snyder scored 19 points and Austin Zirk added 16 to help Tucker County get past Moorefield.

Tucker County (5-1) trailed 13-6 after the first quarter but overcame the slow start by taking advantage of second-quarter turnovers by Moorefield and outscoring the Yellow Jackets 22-11 for a 28-24 halftime lead. Tucker led 43-35 going into the fourth quarter.

Lance Taylor had 17 points, Jared Kite 13 and Garrett Keller 12 for Moorefield.

The Yellow Jackets (2-5) play again Friday at East Hardy.

Monday

Frankfort 88, Calvary 79

ROMNEY, W.Va. — Chase Detrick poured in 31 points and Thane Cutter had a huge game on both ends of the court with 24 points and 22 rebounds to carry Frankfort to a double-overtime win over Calvary in the consolation game of the Trojan Athletic Association Holiday Tournament Monday afternoon.

Calvary’s Tyler Michael, who had 37 points in a first-round loss to Mountain View, had a game-high 34 and set a tournament scoring record with 71 points in the two games.

Detrick and Michael were named to the all-tournament team.

Detrick hit nine field goals, including seven three-point goals, and went 6-for-6 from the foul line for Frankfort. Cutter had 11 field goals and two foul shots.

Colten Dorsey added 16 points and Gage Shaffer 14 for Frankfort.

Gavin Hart had four three-point goals and 17 points for the Eagles and Justin Swogger three three-pointers and 14 points.

Frankfort plays at Petersburg and Calvary (5-4) visits New Life on Saturday.

Mountain View    69

Hampshire    66


ROMNEY, W.Va. — Travis Clower scored 25 points from Hampshire, but the Trojans fell just short when they missed a last-second three-pointer in a loss to Mountain View on Monday in the Trojan Athletic Association Holiday Tournament.

Clower added eight assists, seven rebounds and three steals to his hame-high point total. Logan Hill gave the Trojans 12 points and 11 rebounds and Dane Heavner finished with 10 points and six assists, and David Smith had eight points and eight rebounds.

Mountain View was led by Jamie Curtsy with 22 points. Brandon Presley added 19 and Wayne Alsbury finished with 18.

Now 4-4, Hampshire is home on Saturday when it plays Jefferson.

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