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December 19, 2012

Fort Hill defeats Northern

Jackson, Lowery lead Sentinels to 64-46 victory

ACCIDENT — Alesha Jackson and Sarah Lowery both scored 15 points and Fort Hill pulled away in the second half to beat Northern 64-46 Wednesday in AMAC conference basketball.

Jackson knocked down six field goals and was 3-for-3 at the foul line to score her 15 points, while Sarah Lowery had five twos and was 5-for-7 at the foul line. Sydney Winn and Alexis Kimmell added nine points each.

The Sentinels played their way to a 13-7 lead on the Huskies through one quarter and pushed the lead to 29-21 by halftime. The scores stood at 49-32 by the end of the third.

Northern got 12 points from Kirsten Rayner and 10 more from Rhiannon Dodge.

Fort Hill won the jayvee game 50-42 behind 16 points from Raquel Malcolm. Emily Parandhamaia scored 14 points for Northern.

The Sentinels improve to 3-2 overall and 3-1 in the AMAC. They play at Southern at 2:30 on Saturday. Northern (1-5, 1-5) is at Moorefield on Friday.

Frankfort    67

Bishop Walsh    13


SHORT GAP, W.Va. — Taylor Sisk scored 21 points in the second half and added nine rebounds to pace Frankfort during the Falcons’ win over Bishop Walsh in AMAC girls basketball.

While Sisk did most of her work in the second half, Mikala Miller did all of hers early by scoring all 15 of her points in the first quarter. That was also the vast majority of the Falcons’ offense in the opening period as Frankfort led 19-3 going into the second quarter.

Maddie Pfaff gave 13 points, five rebounds and five assists to the winning cause, and Cassidy Cosner had 11 points to go with five rebounds.

Frankfort continued to create space in the second quarter and led 27-10 at halftime, before outscoring the Spartans 40-3 in the second half.

Nicole Ross led Bishop Walsh with eight points.

Emily Hines and Crystal Yaider had six points each in Frankfort’s 31-12 jayvee win. Mathews had seven to lead Bishop Walsh.

Frankfort (3-2, 2-2 AMAC) is at Keyser on Friday. Bishop Walsh (0-6, 0-6 AMAC) plays in the Calvary Christian Christmas Tournament beginning Friday.

Mountain Ridge    55

Hampshire    18


ROMNEY, W.Va. — Mountain Ridge’s balance along with an uncharacteristic cold-shooting night from Hampshire led the Miners to an unexpectedly easy win over the Trojans Wednesday night on the Trojans’ court.

Sarah Raines led the Miners with 14 points and Emma Baker added 10. Carlie Lewis finished with eight points, Shae Winner scored seven and Anna Broadwater had six.

Hampshire, which shot 4 of 40 from the floor, was led by Tori Veach and Rachel Shawen with four points each. Veach pulled down six rebounds.

Mountain Ridge, undefeated both overall and in the Appalachian Mountian Athletic Conference at 4-0, is idle until it hosts its Holiday Tournament December 27-28 with Fort Hill, Catoctin and Pendleton. Hampshire (4-2, 0-2 AMAC) visits Elkins Friday evening.

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