From Staff Reports
CUMBERLAND — Needing only seven points to break the 1,000-point barrier for his career, Quincy Redmon got the formality out of the way in the first quarter before adding 24 more points for a total of 31 that led Bishop Walsh past visiting Berkeley Springs, 89-74, Monday on Haystack Mountain.
Redmon, who now sits at 1,024 points for his career, accomplished the feat despite missing over two-thirds of the season last year with a knee injury.
His 31 points were only part of the story as the senior also finished with 20 rebounds and four steals. Hunter Marrale scored 16 points with the help of three three-pointers, and Liam Rhodes contributed 15 points and five assists. Brandon Reed scored seven points to go with his eight rebounds.
Berkeley Springs got a big night from Kyle Appel, who scored 29 points in the loss. Michael Kerney added 19 for the Indians.
The score was tight for most of the first half as the Spartans led 23-18 after the first before extending that to 48-38 at halftime. Bishop Walsh did most of its damage during the third by outscoring the Indians 27-10 to carry a 75-48 lead into the fourth.
Berkeley Springs put up a comeback effort in the fourth, but ran out of time.
The Indians won the jayvee game 57-45. McCumbee scored 25 points in the win, while Frasor had 20 for Bishop Walsh. Shaffer added 14 for the Spartans.
Bishop Walsh (13-4) plays its second City League game on Friday when it visits Allegany at 7:30.