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December 13, 2012

Bishop Walsh pads win streak to eight

Rhodes, Redmon lead Spartans past Keyser

KEYSER, W.Va. — Undefeated Bishop Walsh had it running on all cylinders Thursday in a convincing 96-50 victory over Keyser in an AMAC boys basketball game at Keyser.

Liam Rhodes and Quincy Redmon led the scoring for the Spartans (8-0, 3-0), as Rhodes was the leading scorer with 22 points, while Redmon was dominant in all facets with 20 points, 10 rebounds and six blocked shots.

Two other BW scorers reached double figures, as Hunter Marrale hit three three-point goals on his way to 13 points, and Billy Conroy hit a pair of three-pointers to finish with 11 points. Chris Scarlett scored nine points and had six assists.

For Keyser (0-2, 0-2) Juwan Jarrells scored 10 points, while Christian Smith scored eight. Hunter Kasmir and Josh Golub had six rebounds.

The Spartans were in control from the outset, taking a 25-8 lead after the first quarter, leading 51-20 at the half and entering the fourth with a 74-37 advantage.

Bishop Walsh also won the junior varsity game, 44-40, as Isaiah Frazier led the Spartans with 25 points. Drew Roy had 18 points and 10 rebounds for Keyser and Malik Harper had eight points, 11 rebounds and five steals.

Bishop Walsh will play in the Benedictine Tournament in Richmond, Va., Dec. 27-29. The Keyser varsity, junior varsity and freshmen play Tuesday at Mountain Ridge.

Musselman    92

Moorefield    53


INWOOD, W.Va. — Musselman simply had too much for Moorefield Thursday night in the opening round of the Musselman Tournament, handing the Yellow Jackets their second loss to open the season in Inwood.

Five Musselman players scored in double figures, led by Trevon Veslo with 24 points, and Jacob Bare with 20.

Moorefield was led by Adam Snyder and Jackie Burton, both with 17 points, with Snyder hitting three three-pointers and Burton four.

Musselman led 28-8 after the first quarter, 41-23 at the half and 70-35 entering the fourth.

“They were more athletic and we got frustrated with their press,” said Moorefield head coach Pat McGregor. “We shouldn’t have, but I think we did and we panicked a little. We had a nice run in the second quarter, but couldn’t capitalize on it. They’re very big and very athletic and run the floor very well.”

Moorefield (0-2) returns to Inwood today to play Hedgesville at 6 p.m.

Hope for Hyndman    55

Northern    54


HYNDMAN, Pa. — Tim Leydig poured in 26 points to power Hope for Hyndman Charter School past visiting Northern.

Leydig hit nine field goals, with four three-pointers, and 4 of 5 free throws to lead all scorers. Brad Torbet added 11 points as the Hornets improved to 2-0.

Tyler Yutzy scored a team-high 21 points and Jordan Evans had 16 for Northern (0-4).

Hyndman also won the jayvee game 53-36. Jordan Hiquet led the Hornets with 14 points.

Hyndman plays at Hancock tonight. Northern’s next game will be at the Berlin Holiday Tournament on Dec. 28.

Freshmen

Allegany     43

Mountain Ridge     25


FROSTBURG — Jason Copman scored 13 points to lead the Allegany freshmen over Mountain Ridge Thursday at Mountain Ridge.

Bryson Shepherd scored 11 for Alco. Justin Halbritter scored 12 for Mountain Ridge.

Allegany (1-1) plays Monday at Frankfort. Mountain Ridge (2-2) plays today at Fort Hill.

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