Cumberland Times-News


February 20, 2014

Hampshire holds off Keyser

Heavener, Clower each score 15 in 63-57 win

KEYSER, W.Va. — Dane Heavener hit a pair of big three-point shots in the fourth quarter and fourth-ranked Hampshire rode a balanced scoring attack to a 63-57 victory over Keyser on Wednesday evening.

Heavener and Travis Clower had 15 points while Thomas Llewellyn and Ethan Smith chipped in with 11 for Hampshire (10-5).

Wes Nelson had a game-high 20 points for Keyser (9-9) and has scored 60 points in his last three games. Ryan Streets hit a pair of three-point shots and had 19 points, and Josh Hoban had eight points and 11 rebounds.

Hampshire led 29-26 at halftime and 44-36 after three periods. Keyser took the lead in the fourth, 52-51, after a three-point goal by Streets, but Heavener answered with a three of his own to put the Trojans back on top to stay.

Hampshire pulled out the jayvee game 30-29. Tyler Ault had nine points and Evan Staley and Tyler Andes seven for the Trojans. Aaron Miller and Quentin Peck had seven for the Golden Tornado.

Hampshire hosts Mountain Ridge tonight at 7:30. Keyser visits Southern for a tripleheader on Friday, starting with the freshman game at 4:15.

Linsly Academy 72, Frankfort 55

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Anthony Wallace scored 16 points and Arien Seymour added 11 as Linsly Academy defeated Frankfort in the Shootout at the Big House Wednesday afternoon at the Charleston Civic Center.

Linsly, of Wheeling, trailed by seven in the early going but spurted ahead late in the first quarter and kept the lead the rest of the way.

Linsly led 20-17 after one quarter, 35-25 at halftime and 56-37 through three.

Chase Detrick had a game-high 17 points and Trent Hamilton 12 for Frankfort. Jacob Young added eight.

Frankfort (4-14) will play at Union on Friday night.

Forbes Road 63, Hyndman 47

WATERFALL, Pa. — Macklin Hawkins scored 20 points and Brock Broadwater made four three-point goals and finished with 18 points to lift Forbes Road over Hope for Hyndman in the first round of the Class A, District V playoffs.

Chase Shaw added 10 points for Forbes Road.

Jordan Hiquet had 14 points and Seth Cook 13 for Hope for Hyndman, which trailed by only 24-19 at halftime and was within striking distance at 41-34 after three quarters. Forbes Road clinched it by outscoring the Hornets 22-13 in the fourth.

Hope for Hyndman finished the year with an 8-15 record.

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