Cumberland Times-News


November 16, 2013

PSC, Garrett roll to easy victories

KEYSER, W.Va. — Potomac State scored almost as many points during the first half that Penn State Dubois scored all night during a 94-49 win for the Catamounts that improves them to 3-1.

Kiki Dudley had 16 points and eight steals to help the Cats race out to a 48-27 lead at halftime, and they didn’t let up in the second half, outscoring the Nittany Lions 46-22 in the second half.

Allegany graduate Lindsie Linaburg added seven points and seven rebounds, and Antwanye Parks also had seven steals with six points. Jenna McAtee used three three-pointers to reach 12 points and Northern grad Kirsten Raynor finished with 10 points. Courtney Davis gave the Cats another 11 points.

“We took much better care of the ball and only had nine turnovers,” said PSC coach Jim Walton. “That’s something we’ve been working hard at, and it led to a lot of good looks and opportunities to score.”

The Lions got a team-high 12 points from Patricia McCullough.

Potomac State plays again today at 4 p.m. when it hosts Patrick Henry.

Garrett    116

WVU-Parkersburg    59

PARKERSBURG, W.Va. — Ayana Vaughn put up a triple-double of 29 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists, and Annamaria Skaro was in the 20s in both scoring and rebounds to lead Garrett College to a 57-point win over WVU-Parkersburg Friday evening.

Vaughn recorded her triple double by scoring a game-high 29 points on nine field goals and 11 of 13 shooting at the foul line. Her 10 assists also led the Lakers.

Skaro finished with 27 points and 22 boards, Kristyn Wilson scored 20 points and Tiara Washington scored 14.

Garrett played its way to a 55-36 lead after the first 20 minutes and outscored the Riverhawks 61-23 in the second half.

Jessica Moore scored 21 points in the loss, and Allison Flowers added 11.

Garrett (3-1) plays again today at Ohio Eastern University.

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