Cumberland Times-News

November 16, 2013

Keyser, Raynor lead PSC’s victory

From Staff Reports
Cumberland Times-News

— KEYSER, W.Va. — Chelsea Keyser drained five three-pointers and Kirsten Raynor was a point off of a double-double to push Potomac State past Patrick Henry 87-73 Saturday at Dana G. Lough Gymnasium.

Keyser scored a Catamount-high 18 points with all five of her field goals going for threes and a 3-for-4 day at the line. Raynor, a former standout at Northern, led the team with 10 rebounds, and had nine points on five free throws and two field goals. Jenna McAtee was a rebound short of her own double-double, finishing with 12 points and nine rebounds.

Heather Lesniowski was the Cats’ second-leading scorer with 17 points and added seven assists from the guard position.

“We had a lot of players come up big on the boards for us,” said Jim Walton, Potomac State head coach. “It was a big win in a competitive game. We led the entire way, but they got as close as three points in the second half. We took care of the ball again, making only eight turnovers, and that allowed us to pull away again late.”

Deonna Young had a huge day for the Patriots by scoring 30 points on 12 buckets and four foul shots. Monisha Mans added 15 points.

Potomac State (4-1) hosts Howard at 7 p.m. on Tuesday.

Alderson-Broaddus    86

Allegany    64

PHILIPPI, W.Va. — Gina Rievel scored 29 points for the Trojans, but Allegany College of Maryland came up short against Alderson-Broaddus Saturday afternoon to fall to 1-2.

Rievel knocked down 10 field goals, including four three-pointers, and made five of her six foul shots to end up at 29. Frankfort graduate Alyssa Lantz gave the Trojans an additional 10 points and Kiara Williams added eight.

The Battlers were led by Sam Flermer’s 15 points, and had five players score in double figures. Rachel Mills added 12, while Lauren Clark, Krista Crawshaw and Sharie Forts all had 10. Mariah James, a former star at Fort Hill, scored eight points.

The Trojans play again Tuesday when they visit Anne Arundel.