From Staff Reports
KEYSER, W.Va. — Despite not scoring in the second quarter, Keyser entered halftime with a six-point lead over Allegany and pulled away in the second half to hand the Campers their fifth consecutive loss, 55-38, Friday night in Appalachian Mountain Athletic Conference action.
Markisha Coleman had the most consistent performance for the Golden Tornado, ending with a game-leading 19 points. Though shut out in the first half, Carley Grady scored her 13 points in the second half, and Meghan Anderson did the same with her 12 points. Grady also finished with five rebounds and four assists, both tied for team highs. Sam Hoban had seven points and four assists.
Keyser constructed a 20-11 lead during the opening quarter, and both teams stalled during the second. The Golden Tornado didn’t manage to score at all, and Allegany didn’t score until Keke Paige hit a three-pointer with 39 seconds left before halftime.
Keyser (10-4, 7-3) pushed its lead from 20-14 at the break to 37-25 by the end of the third.
Allegany was led in scoring by Lindsie Linaburg and her 14 points, 10 of which was scored in the second half.
Kayla Simon had 12 points in Keyser’s 35-10 jayvee win. Katie Tasker had 10 rebounds for the Tornado, while Talia Logsdon scored five points for Allegany.
Keyser will stay in the AMAC to play Hampshire at home on Monday. Allegany (7-6, 5-4) also has a conference game on Monday, at home, with Southern.
Cumberland Valley 45
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. — Four Calvary girls scored in double figures as the Eagles set a season-high in points during their win over Cumberland Valley Christian School in Mason-Dixon Christian Conference action Friday evening.
Savannah Reed was Calvary’s leading scorer, finishing with a game-high 16 points, as well as adding seven steals and six assists. JoJo Carr tallied another double-double with 15 points and 16 rebounds, and four blocks to boot. Mariah Peters added 13 points and Karly Hipsley finished with 11 points, 10 rebounds and four steals.
Calvary’s defense clamped on Cumberland Valley in the first quarter, allowing eight points to take a 12-point lead into the second quarter. Calvary led 36-23 at halftime, and increased that to 48-31 after three periods.
Now 10-3 overall, the Eagles are 7-3 in the MDCC. They play Friday at home against Grace.