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February 7, 2014

No. 1 Southern wins 13th straight, 67-43

SHORT GAP, W.Va. — Alicia Roth led a balanced scoring attack with 12 points and No. 1  Southern won its 13th straight with a 67-43 win over host Frankfort.

Roth’s team-high was supplemented by 13 points from Kambrie Bosley, and Crystal Tobery and Briana Evans both had 11. Lauren Francillon became the fourth Ram with 10 or more points by making five field goals for 10 on the nose.

Frankfort’s Katie Beeman blew up for a career-high 25 points. She added three rebounds, three steals and two assists. Taylor Stein led the Falcons with seven rebounds.

Frankfort won the junior varsity game 34-29 behind Sydney Berry’s 18 points. Paranda Uber had eight for Southern.

The Rams (14-2) are scheduled to play at home against Tucker on Saturday. Frankfort (3-14) gets Berkeley Springs at home on Tuesday.

No. 2 Keyser    83

Berkeley Springs    41


BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. — Lexi Taylor scored 15 points, grabbed 15 rebounds and dished out five assists, and second-ranked Keyser scored a season-high 83 points in rolling past Berkeley Springs.

Lexi Carr had a game-high 17 points, four assists and three steals, and Katlynn Tichnell added 16 points and three steals for the Golden Tornado (15-1), who won its sixth in a row.

Ten players scored for Keyser, which led 37-21 at halftime and outscored Berkeley Springs (3-14) 29-12 in the third quarter.

Katie Hoban contributed nine points and six assists, Sydney Lyons had six points and six rebounds, and Crystal Kuglar five assists.

Sarah Haynes scored a game-high 24 points for Berkeley.

The game is the first of four over the next five days for Keyser, which plays at No. 3 Mountain Ridge today, hosts No. 4 Petersburg on Senior Night on Monday and visits Allegany on Tuesday.

Today’s jayvee game at Mountain Ridge starts at 1 p.m., and the varsity at 2:30.

No. 3 Mtn. Ridge    54

Bishop Walsh    26


CUMBERLAND — Sarah Raines scored 15 points and led 10 Mountain Ridge scorers as the second-ranked Miners cruised past Bishop Walsh in an Appalachian Mountain Athletic Conference game.

Raines made six field goals and three free throws to lead all scorers. Amie Blank, who made the winning shot in the final seconds of Thursday’s 39-38 win at Hampshire, Katie Blank, Ashlyn Hormuth and Kiya Wilhelm all had six points.

Maggie Mathews scored 11 points for Bishop Walsh and Hailey Mock and Nicole Ross had five.

Mountain Ridge (11-3, 5-2) will host No. 2 Keyser today, with the jayvees playing at 1 and the varsity at 2:30. Bishop Walsh (7-14, 0-8) plays at Paw Paw today at 2 o’clock.

No. 4 Petersburg    56

Northern    47


PETERSBURG, W.Va. — Britani Bible scored 27 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead fourth-ranked Petersburg to a win over Northern Friday evening.

Bible hit on 12 field goals and went 3 of 4 from the line to finish with 19 more points than her closest teammate, Lauren Flemming, with eight. Samantha Rohrbaugh threw in seven more points for the Vikings.

Rhiannon Dodge was Northern’s top scorer at 19 points. Natalie Johnson had nine and Emma Edwards added eight.

The Vikings also won the junior varsity contest.

Petersburg built a 15-4 lead after the opening quarter and was ahead 30-13 after two. The spread was 18 points (46-28) entering the fourth.

Now 12-4, Petersburg plays at Keyser on Monday. Northern (1-15) is at Mountain Ridge on Monday.

No. 5 Calvary    40

Heritage    28


CRESAPTOWN — Payton Emerick scored 13 of her 16 points during the first quarter as No. 5 Calvary captured an early lead and held on to it in a 12-point win over Heritage in Mason-Dixon Christian Conference action.

Emerick scored eight points in the first quarter and Karly Hipsley added six to help the Eagles out to a 17-6 lead. Emerick added five points in the second quarter and Calvary entered halftime with a 24-16 lead. It led 34-25 at the end of the third.

Hipsley finished with 15 points and led the team with 12 rebounds and four steals. Brooke Ricker added six rebounds.

Calvary (14-5, 7-4 MDCC) has won 10 of its last 12 after falling to 4-3 on Jan. 10. It will try for a sixth straight win when it hosts Union today at 6:30.

Allegany    74

Hope for Hyndman    30


CUMBERLAND — Micah Wormack scored 22 points, grabbed nine rebounds and also had four steals and three blocked shots as Allegany soared past Hope for Hyndman.

Kailee Selders hit four three-point goals and finished with 14 points, Rachel Wormack had 12 points, nine rebounds and four steals, and Erin Michael eight points for the Campers (8-9).

Katie Cosgrove scored 12 points and Jelaina Snyder had 11 for Hope for Hyndman.

Allegany will host Keyser Tuesday night.

Paw Paw    59

Mountain View    47


PAW PAW, W.Va. — Alivia Snyder and Belle Harrold combined for 35 points to send Paw Paw past Mountain View.

Snyder led the way with 20 points, Harrold added 15 points, nine assists and five steals and Shiann Groah owned the glass with 21 rebounds to go with five blocks and six points. Lauren King added 11 rebounds and eight points.

The Pirates carried a 17-14 lead into the second and a 32-24 score into halftime. They increased the lead to 13 (44-31) after three.

Paw Paw (4-10) hosts Bishop Walsh today at 1 o’clock.

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