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December 12, 2013

Mtn. Ridge reels off 23-point win

FROSTBURG — Mountain Ridge employed an 18-9 third quarter to open up an 18-point lead on Boonsboro and the Miners buried all attempts at a Warriors comeback to capture their first win of the year, 74-51, Wednesday in Frostburg.

Three Miners found their way to double digits in scoring with Rashawn Johnson leading the way with 14 on the strength of four three-pointers. Josh Halbritter made six field goals to added 12 points and Michael Livingston made his way to 10.

Following a late start caused by Boonsboro running into traffic problems, Mountain Ridge pulled out to a 14-12 lead after one quarter and were ahead 32-23 at halftime. The Miners made their move in the third to take the 18-point lead and wound up winning by 23.

Justin Halbritter scored 19 points in the Miners’ 49-31 jayvee win. Hayden Lindsey added 16 points and Lucas Lowry 12.

Mountain Ridge (1-1) plays a tripleheader at Keyser on Monday with the freshman game starting at 4:15.

East Fairmont    69

Frankfort    58


FAIRMONT, W.Va.— Despite a huge night from Chase Detrick, Frankfort suffered a hard loss to East Fairmont, 69-58 Wednesday on the road.

Frankfort didn’t go down easily as Detrick kept the Falcons close with 32 points on the back five threes. Trenton Hamilton was the only other Falcon in double digits with 12 points.

Frankfort will take on Moorefield Tuesday.

The Falcons wound up with an 80-65 loss in the junior varsity game, and lost the freshman contest 53-30.

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