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February 26, 2014

Hampshire, Keyser win playoff openers

ROMNEY, W.Va. — Emilynn Corbin and Taylor Harwood both hit a pair of free throws in the final seconds to secure a 42-40 West Virginia Class AAA Region 2, Section 2 semifinal victory over Elkins Tuesday night at Hampshire.

In a tight game from the beginning, Hampshire opened a 22-16 lead at the half before Elkins tied it 27-27 entering the fourth quarter. The Lady Trojans were able to open a nine-point lead in the fourth but Elkins again rallied to tie the score in the final minute of the game.

Corbin, after missing her first four free-throw attempts, sank two to put Hampshire ahead for good. Harwood, the game’s top scorer with 14 points, made two more with seven seconds left to give the Trojans a 42-38 lead. Elkins hit a shot at the buzzer to put the final margin at two points.

Harwood finished the game with six assists and seven steals, while Ericka Gordon had a team-high seven rebounds. Eight players scored for Hampshire.

Elkins was led by Logan Dudley with 12 points and Jacle Sassen with 10.

Hampshire (10-11) will play the Lewis County-Buckhannon-Upshur winner on Thursday, 7 p.m., at Hampshire.

Keyser 70, Berkeley Springs 29

KEYSER, W.Va. — Lexi Carr scored 17 points and Lexi Taylor 16 to lead Keyser over Berkeley Springs in Class AA sectional playoff action.

Carr hit five field goals and went 7-for-7 from the free-throw line, while Taylor hit eight field goals. Sydney Lyons had a game-high 12 rebounds for the Golden Tornado, while Taylor had six rebounds and Katlynn Tichnell and Crystal Kulgar five assists apiece.

Keyser jumped out to a 17-6 first-quarter lead and a 47-15 halftime edge. The Tornado entered the fourth with a 62-23 lead and then finished the game with freshmen on the court.

Berkeley Springs was led by Sarah Hynes with 15 points.

Keyser (20-2) will host Petersburg Thursday, 7 p.m., in the next round of play. The Vikings defeated Frankfort on Tuesday, 60-53.

Petersburg 60, Frankfort 53

PETERSBURG, W.Va. — Freshman Callie Wisnewski scored 16 points and led three Vikings in double figures as second-seeded Petersburg defeated third-seeded Frankfort in their Class AA sectional playoff game.

Lauren Fleming totaled 15 points, while Samatha Rohrbaugh and Megan Cook each scored 13 for the Vikings.

Petersburg maintained a six-point lead throughout each of the first two quarters, leading 25-19 at halftime. The Vikings held an 11-point advantage going into the fourth quarter.

Frankfort (4-17) hit five three-pointers in the fourth frame, nearly reaching its game total prior to the fourth quarter with a 25-point period. Katie Beeman scored 24 points and Madison Pfaff had 21.

Petersburg (14-6) plays at top-seeded Keyser Thursday at 7 p.m.

Greater Grace 45, Calvary 41

BALTIMORE — Fifth-seeded Calvary Christian got off to a good start, but fourth-seeded Greater Grace picked up its intensity on defense and defeated the Eagles in the second round of the Maryland Christian Schools State Tournament.

Jessica McCarter scored 18 points and Julia Chandler and Madeline Weyer had nine each as Greater Grace (17-3) advanced to the semifinals.

Karly Hipsley had another double-double in her final high school game, getting 12 points and 15 rebounds to lead Calvary (17-9). Brooke Ricker added six points and seven rebounds.

The Eagles got off to a quick start and led 11-4 in the opening minutes. They still led 11-8 after the first quarter, but Greater Grace was up 18-14 at halftime and extended it to 33-20 after three periods.

“We came out and played well in the first quarter, and held McCarter to four points in the first half with our box-and-one defense,” said Calvary coach Rusty Kitzmiller. “But they pressed us the whole game and we didn’t handle it as well as we could have in the second half.

“It was a tough way to end the season. It just wasn’t meant to be. But we finished 17-9 and the girls accomplished a lot this year and I’m very proud of them.”

McCarter scored 14 of her 18 points in the second half to help Greater Grace pull away.

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