From Staff Reports
DOVER, Del. — Guards Steph Straka and Ronje James scored 16 points apiece as Frostburg State snapped a six-game losing streak with a 61-58 Capital Athletic Conference win at Wesley.
Straka also had seven rebounds, five assists, four steals and a blocked shot, while James added seven rebounds, two assists and a steal. Brynn Arnone had eight points and seven rebounds for the Bobcats (6-15, 2-6 CAC).
Jazmine Miller had 18 points and seven rebounds, Jenny Kaufman 12 points and six rebounds and Heather Fuller eight points and 13 rebounds for Wesley (3-17, 0-9).
Wesley led 29-25 at halftime and by as many as seven, 34-27, early in the second half. A three-pointer by Elaina Hummel and a shot in the lane by James, both on assists by Straka, got FSU to within 39-38 with 12 minutes left.
A pair of foul shots a minute later by James gave the Bobcats the lead for good, 40-39.
Frostburg plays at St. Mary’s on Wednesday.
MCHENRY — Shakena Williams poured in 21 points, Kia Whitley added 19 and Jourdan Stahope 14 to power Frederick past Garrett in a Maryland JUCO game.
The Cougars (15-9, 7-5) roared back from a 33-27 halftime deficit by scoring 52 second-half points.
Janice Bartley, who hit three three-point shots and 11 of 14 foul shots, led the Lakers (9-7, 3-6) with 21 points. Shameena Johnson and Terra McKenzie had 13 points and Kailyn Woods 10.
Garrett plays at Harford in a makeup game on Monday and will host Allegany on Wednesday at 5 p.m.
Potomac State 45
KEYSER, W.Va. — Potomac State hung tough in the first half before Westmoreland found its stride in the second half of a win over the Catamounts during Western Pennslyvania Collegiate Conference action Saturday in Keyser.
Danielle Murphy finished with 16 points to lead the Wolfpack. Anna Falcsik added 11 points and Kerry Zelenak scored 10.
Jenna McAtee paced Potomac State with 13 points, while Lindsie Linaburg had eight rebounds to go with seven points. Alexis Steele scored eight points.
Neither team shot very well over the first 20 minutes, but the Wolfpack warmed up in the second while PSC struggled to get going. Westmoreland outscored the Cats 39-25 in the final half.
The loss drops Potomac State to 4-14 and 3-2 in the WPCC. It will play CCAC South at home on Monday.