From Staff Reports
SHORT GAP, W.Va. — Chase Detrick scored 39 points, hit a three-pointer in the final seconds of regulation to force overtime, and went 5 for 6 from the free-throw line in the extra period as Frankfort outlasted Northern, 83-80, on Monday evening.
Jacob Young also had a big night for the Falcons with 27 points. Trent Hamilton and Gavin Mauzy grabbed nine rebounds apiece.
Trevon Jones led four Northern scorers in double figures with 21 points. Kyle Sherbin had 17, Kollin Keister with four three-point goals and 14 points, and Adam Warnick had 12 points. The Huskies made 10 three-point shots.
The 39 points were a season high for Detrick, who hit 12 field goals, four three-pointers, and 11 of 16 foul shots. He had 11 points in the first quarter and 12 in the fourth. He also had four assists.
Young matched a season high with his 27 points, making nine field goals and 9 of 10 free throws.
In a rematch of Friday’s game which the Huskies won at Northern 54-48, the Falcons led 28-26 at halftime and 47-42 after three quarters. Northern was two seconds from winning it in regulation when Detrick hit the game-tying three-pointer.
Frankfort grabbed an early lead in the overtime and extended it to as many as seven. The Falcons converted 23 of 26 free throws after halftime, and were 12 of 14 during the overtime.
Frankfort will host Berkeley Springs tonight in a key game that will help determine seedings for the sectional tournament. Northern hosts Fort Hill this evening.
Frankfort also won the jayvee game 44-32. Hunter McTaggart had 12 points for the Falcons and Hunter Mallow 10 for the Huskies.
Bishop Walsh 57
CUMBERLAND — Hunter Kasmier broke a 57-57 tie late in the fourth quarter with a three-point play that ended up being the difference in Keyser’s 60-58 victory over Bishop Walsh Monday evening.
The game was tight throughout as Keyser held just a two-point lead at the half. The Golden Tornado stretched their lead to 39-29 with an 8-0 run to start the second half, but the Spartans battled back in the fourth quarter, at one point reclaiming the lead at 52-51.
Keyser (7-8) was led by Ryan Kunis, who scored 18 points with 14 coming in the first half. Josh Hoban was the only other player in double digits for Keyser with 11 points. Wesley Harper added nine points and grabbed 10 rebounds while Ryan Streets had seven points and six assists.
Bishop Walsh’s Kier Turner led the way with 15 points and eight rebounds for the Spartans. Max Paver contributed 14 points and Darius Berry had a game-high 13 rebounds.
Keyser will host Southern today, while Bishop Walsh (7-13) travels to St. Maria Goretti on Wednesday.
Keyser won the jayvee game 49-19 behind Quentin Peck’s 14 points and Amonte Turner’s 12. Zach Conroy led the Spartans with eight.
Mountain Ridge 67
HYNDMAN, Pa. — Three players scored in double figures and Mountain Ridge used a 29-4 second quarter to take control in its victory at Hope for Hyndman Monday evening.
Following a 4-all first period, the Miners used its second period to take a 33-8 halftime lead. Hyndman closed the gap to 42-31 going in the final period with a 23-9 third quarter. The Miners, however, outscored the Hornets 25-17.
Kevin Gamble led the Miners with 19 points on eight baskets and 3-of-5 free throws. Justin Halbritter added 15 points, making four baskets including two of the team’s five three-pointers and sinking 5-of-8 foul shots. Rashawn Johnson also hit 5-of-8 from the line and had two baskets and a three-pointer to finish with 12 points.
Hyndman’s Josh Hiquet finished with 14 points and Jordan Hiquet had 12. Both players made two three-pointers. Micah Stair also scored 12 points with three field goals and a perfect 6-for-6 on free throws.
Mountain Ridge won the junior varsity game, 55-15. Hunter Scaife led the Hornets with seven points.
The Miners (8-8) host top-ranked Allegany tonight at 7:30 p.m. and Hyndman (7-12) hosts Rockwood on Wednesday at 7:30.
CREASAPTOWN — Matt Dillow became the sixth player in Calvary Christian Academy history to score 1,000 career points in its victory over Union on Monday evening.
Dillow needed 26 points to reach the milestone and he finished with 27. His 1,000 and 1,001 career points game in the fourth quarter when he knocked down both ends of a one-and-one. He made eight field goals and was perfect in eight trips to the foul line.
Calvary (9-11) led 12-10 after one quarter and increased it in each quarter, putting up 22 points in the final frame to secure the win.
The Eagles shared the ball well with four players in double figures. Along with Dillow, Caleb Snyder finished with 12 points, Zack Nelson had 11 and Zach Mason 10.
Union was led by Travis Murphy’s 15 points while Ryan Uphold contributed 14.
Calvary will visit Shalom Christian today at 7 p.m. and Union (4-12) plays Thursday at home against Hannan.