FROM STAFF REPORTS
ROMNEY, W.Va. — Ericka Gordon scored 20 points and had eight rebounds, and the Hampshire Trojans used an effective press to come away with a 46-42 win over Hedgesville Tuesday night at Hampshire to avenge an earlier 27-point loss to the Eagles.
Gordon hit 10 field goals for the Trojans to lead the way. Tori Veach scored nine points, while Tina Harwood had seven assists and four steals and Gordon four steals as well. For the night, Hampshire had 15 steals.
Hampshire trailed 9-8 at the end of the first quarter but took a 25-18 lead at the half and stayed hot through the early third quarter to maintain a 38-34 lead entering the fourth.
Hampshire won the junior varsity game, 49-16. Katie LaFollette scored 14 points.
Hampshire (5-5) will host Buckhannon-Upshur Saturday at 2 p.m.
Cumberland Valley 35
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Karly Hipsley scored 23 points and had 17 rebounds and five assists to lead Calvary Christian Academy to a Mason-Dixon Christian Conference victory over Cumberland Valley Christian.
Hipsley hit 10 field goals and was 3-for-4 from the free-throw line, while Brooke Ricker scored 10 points for the Eagles. Payton Emerick scored seven points and had six rebounds and four assists, while Logan Ketterman came up with four steals.
Maddie Keck scored 14 points for Cumberland Valley and Carly Fogel scored 10.
Calvary took a 14-9 lead after the first quarter and stretched it to 28-16 at the half, before opening a 40-22 lead entering the fourth. Cumberland Valley then began to chip away to make it closer.
“Our press worked fantastic for three quarters,” said Calvary Coach Rusty Kitzmiller. “But I got out of it and they made a run to get it closer, hitting a couple of threes. The girls played fantastic defense in the press and caused turnovers tonight.”
Calvary (5-3 overall, 3-2 MDCC) will play Thursday, 7:30 p.m., at Paw Paw.
SALISBURY, Pa. — Kylee Short had a game-high 17 points and five steals while Brynne Kamp scored 13 points and hauled in a game-high 15 rebounds to spark Salisbury past Turkeyfoot.
Emily Lowery added 10 points and 12 rebounds for Salisbury (4-9), which led 32-31 after three quarters and outscored Turkeyfoot 13-7 in the fourth.
Katie Ryan had 14 points and Shelby Conn six points, seven rebounds and six steals for Turkeyfoot.
Salisbury will host Shade tonight at 6 p.m.
Turkeyfoot won the jayvee game 22-16.
East Hardy 51
MOUNT STORM, W.Va. — Marilyn Cassell scored 27 points to lead East Hardy over Union Tuesday night at Union.
Cassell hit 11 field goals for East Hardy, while Ally Dyer scored eight.
Union was led by Megan Putlovis with 16 points. Destiny Mann scored eight.
Union (5-5) will host Harman on Tuesday.
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