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Basketball

January 31, 2013

Alco upsets Fort Hill

Landis leads Campers’ 46-39 win

CUMBERLAND — Fifth-ranked Allegany used a 11-3 second quarter to pull away and then upset No. 3 Fort Hill 46-39 Wednesday night at Fort Hill High School.

Courtney Landis scored a game-high 23 points and Micah Wormack had a double-double to lead the Campers (10-7 overall, 6-6 Appalachian Mountain Athletic Conference, 2-1 City).

Landis made seven field goals, including three of Allegany’s five three-pointers, and she was 6 of 9 from the line. Wormack hit 10 baskets and three free throws while pulling down 16 rebounds. Rachel Wormack had 10 rebounds and three points while Keke Paige had the other two threes and had five steals.

Alesha Jackson was the only Sentinel to score in double figures with 13 points. Sarah Lowery and Camden Wilson each finished with seven.

Allegany led 12-7 and 23-10 in the first half breaks and took an 11-point, 33-22 lead into the final eight minutes.

Cheyane Rice and Morgan Cranford each scored eight points to lead the Fort Hill junior varsity to a 37-25 victory. Jordan Hare had a game-high 11 points for Allegany.

Fort Hill (10-4, 8-2 AMAC, 2-1 City) visits Frankfort on Friday. Allegany visits second-ranked Mountain Ridge on Monday.

No. 1 Southern    73

Northern    39


OAKLAND — Hannah Horne scored 19 points and hit three of Southern’s six three-point goals as the hot-shooting, top-ranked Rams rolled past Northern for their 10th win in a row.

Crystal Tobery and Kambrie Bosley had 12 points and Lauren Francillon and Raislee Weimer eight for Southern (14-1, 11-0 AMAC). Francillon, a freshman, also had nine rebounds and four blocked shots.

The 73 points matched a season-high for the Rams, who led 19-9 after one quarter and 41-16 at halftime.

Kirsten Rayner had 10 points and Allison Yommer eight for Northern (3-12, 3-11).

Southern won the jayvee game 40-37. Brianna Evans had 16 points and Marly Merreck 12 for Southern. Emily Parandhamia scored 24 for Northern.

Southern plays at Frankfort and Northern visits Hampshire on Monday.

No. 2 Mtn. Ridge    52

Hampshire    40


FROSTBURG —  Shae Winner scored a game-high 25 points and Carlie Lewis added 14 to lead second-ranked Mountain Ridge over Hampshire Wednesday evening at Mountain Ridge High School.

Winner made 10 baskets, including the Miners’ only three, while making half of her eight free throws to lead all scorers. She also pulled down seven rebounds, had three assists and two steals. Lewis, who had six field goals and made both of her free throws, had five rebounds, two assists and three steals.

Allyson Fout led the Trojans with 15 points. She had four baskets, all from behind the three-point line, and was perfect on her three foul attempts. Ericka Gordon added eight points and Emilynn Corbin had six.

“Shae and Carlie accounted for 21 of our 30 points in the first half,” said Mountain Ridge head coach Valery Broadwater. “They got us jump-started.

“It was a good win to rebound off of.”

The Miners dropped a 59-35 decision to Fort Hill on Tuesday.

Mountain Ridge led 14-12 after the first quarter, 30-22 at halftime and 44-33 after the third quarter.

The Miners also won the junior varisty game, 41-31. Amy Blank led all scorers with 15 points while Korey Crawford led Hampshire with nine points.

Mountain Ridge (10-3, 8-3 Appalachian Mountain Athletic Conference) visits Smithsburg Saturday afternoon at 3 and 4:30 p.m. Hampshire (6-10, 2-9 AMAC) visits Bishop Walsh Saturday evening. Game times are 6 and 7:30 p.m.

Union    43

Harman    34


MOUNT STORM, W.Va. — Montana Kitzmiller recorded 11 points, five assists, three steals and two blocks to lead Union to a win over Harman in the second round of the West Virginia Hometown Invitational Tournament at Union Wednesday.

Union stymied Harman in the first, allowing just six points. It scored just six in the second but still led by four at halftime.

It was a two-point game after three, but Union took the fourth, 14-7, to come away with the victory.

Katlyn Bennett led Harman with 13.

Union (5-9) will play in the final round on Saturday against Montcalm High School at South Harrison at 10:45 a.m.

Trinity    64

Hope for Hyndman    40


HYNDMAN, Pa. — Emily Myers scored a game-high 14 to lead Trinity to a win at Hyndman Wednesday.

Trinity’s best offensive quarter was in the first where it scored 25. They added 12 in the second to take a 21-point advantage into halftime.

The Hornets found more success in the second half but still fell by 24.

“Our girls played extremely hard tonight,” Said Hyndman head coach John Miller. “Trinity is a very good team and extremely well-coached. It’s enjoyable playing a team like that, hopefully we can play them again.”

Jalissa Snyder led the Hornets with 12 and Karly Willison added 10.

Hyndman (7-7) hosts Chestnut Ridge Friday at 7:30 p.m.

Mountainview     35

Paw Paw    28


PAW PAW, W.Va. — Mountainview Christian built a 13-point lead through three quarters and held on to beat Paw Paw.

Cathy Manuel had 13 points for Mountainview, which led 32-19 going into the fourth but managed just three free throws in the final period.

Belle Harrold led Paw Paw with nine points.

The Pirates (1-11) visit Harman on Saturday.

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