Cumberland Times-News


March 6, 2014

Frankfort stuns Petersburg, 45-43

Keyser defeats Berkeley Springs, will host Falcons for section title Friday

SHORT GAP, W.Va. — Chase Detrick scored seven of his 15 points in the fourth quarter and led the Frankfort Falcons to a 45-43 upset of top-seeded Petersburg during the West Virginia Class AA Sectional Playoffs Wednesday night.

Detrick was the only player to score 10 or more points and got to 15 by making five field goals and going 4 for 4 at the free-throw line. He was also third on the team with seven rebounds.

After leading for most of the first half, the Falcons were trailing 33-29 going into the fourth when Detrick helped them dial up the offense. Frankfort (6-16) finished 7 of 8 at the line during the final quarter and Detrick nailed the final four in the closing seconds.

Gavin Mauzy had 13 rebounds and nine points and Gage Shaffer added eight rebounds. Nick Smith chipped in with nine points, four rebounds, two assists and two steals.

Petersburg hit a shot from the opposite 3-point line as the buzzer expired to reduce the lead to 45-43.

Jace Shanholtz had nine points for the Vikings (16-4), who had won 14 of their previous 15 games. Kelson Thorne and Josh Innskeep both added eight points.

Frankfort, which lost to Petersburg 59-38 and 79-63 during the regular season, will play at Keyser, 7 o’clock, on Friday.

Keyser    66

Berkeley Springs    60

KEYSER, W.Va. — Josh Hoban had a double-double and Keyser fought Berkeley Springs every step of the way during a six-point win in the West Virginia Class AA Sectional playoffs Wednesday at Keyser High School.

Hoban put up 20 points and grabbed 10 rebounds and Malik Harper was two rebounds short of a double-double after scoring 10 points.

Keyser led at the end of every quarter, but the Indians never let it be by more than three points until the end of the fourth. The Golden Tornado carried a 15-14 lead into the second quarter and led 31-28 at halftime. Berkeley Springs got the lead back to one at 40-39 before Keyser created some breathing room in the fourth.

Wes Nelson added 10 points for the Golden Tornado, which enters a Friday evening meeting at home with Frankfort with an 11-11 record, and Ryan Kunis added 10 points.

Kunis was also credited with his defensive play, limiting Berkeley Springs’ leading scorer Brandon McCumbee to two field goals.

Michael Kearney scored 18 points for the Indians, and McCumbee had a good enough showing at the line to get up to 12 points. Cameron Johnson added 10.

Berkeley Springs finishes 7-15.

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