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December 8, 2012

Hampshire wins in OT, 43-37

BUCKHANNON, W.Va. — Mary Feaster sent it to overtime with a three at the end of regulation that led to a 43-37 overtime win for Hampshire at Buckhannon-Upshur Saturday afternoon.

Hampshire led 9-4 after a low-scoring first quarter. It scored four points in the second and trailed 14-13 at the break.

The Trojans opened up their biggest lead at 28-21 to end the third.

Buckhannon-Upshur came back to tie late in the fourth. Hampshire called a timeout with 30 seconds remaining to set up the huge shot from Feaster.

In overtime, the Trojans outscored the Buccaneers 9-4. Taylor Harwood scored five of her seven points in the extra period. Jayden Ware hit a key three-pointer to help the Trojans escape with the win.

Feaster hit four threes in all and totalled 16 points.

Courtney Reed led Buckhannon-Upshur with 10.

Hampshire (2-0) goes to Southern Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.

Hedgesville    61

Fort Hill    59


CUMBERLAND — Bianca Creamer scored 15 points, Kelsey Shaw had 13 and Carly Elliott 10 as Hedgesville edged Fort Hill Saturday afternoon.

The balanced attack enabled the Eagles (1-2) to overcome a big game by Sarah Lowery in the Sentinels’ home opener. Lowery hit 11 field goals and made all four of her free throws for 26 points and also hauled in 10 rebounds.

Alesha Jackson scored 16 points and Alexis Kimmell added 10 points and six assists for Fort Hill (0-2).

In a well-played, close game from start to finish, the Sentinels led 13-9 after one quarter and 28-26 at the half. It was tied 40-40 after three quarters.

Hedgesville took a two-point lead late in the game. The Sentinels missed an opportunity to tie it on an inbounds play with just over 10 seconds to go, and the Eagles held on from there.

Fort Hill won the jayvee game 46-27 with Raquel Malcolm and Abbie Stevens scoring 13 points each.

Fort Hill will host Keyser on Wednesday.

Frankfort    63

Northern    40


ACCIDENT — Mikala Miller scored 19 points to lead Frankfort over Northern Saturday despite a triple-double from Kirsten Raynor and a double-double by Allison Yommer.

The Huskies kept it close in the first half, tied 13-13 at the end of one.

Northern went up late in the second and led 21-18 at halftime.

The Falcons took control in the third quarter, outscoring Northern 24-11 to take a 10-point advantage into the fourth. They outpointed them by 13 again in the final period for the confortable win.

Raynor recorded 13 points, 10 rebounds and 10 steals. Yommer had 14 points and 10 rebounds for the Huskies.

Stephanie Cornachia added 12 points for the Falcons.

Frankfort also won the jayvee game, 45-28.

Carleigh Jones and Maddie Pfaff each had 14.

Emily Parandamaia led Northern with 12.

Northern (0-2) plays at Bishop Walsh Thursday at 7:30. Frankfort (1-0) host Keyser Monday at 6 p.m.

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