Mountain Ridge ends season with loss to Williamsport
Sterling Christy scored 26 points to lead the Williamsport Wildcats to a 64-45 win over Mountain Ridge in the first round of the Maryland 2A West Section playoffs Thursday night at Williamsport.
Allegany gets 20th win
Darquel Jessie scored 18 points, grabbed seven rebounds and also had seven steals as top-ranked Allegany ended its regular season with a 62-51 victory at Boonsboro.
Hampshire, Keyser win playoff openers
Emilynn Corbin and Taylor Harwood both hit a pair of free throws in the final seconds to secure a 42-40 West Virginia Class AAA Region 2, Section 2 semifinal victory over Elkins Tuesday night at Hampshire.
Fort Hill, Mountain Ridge jayvees advance to tournament final
Fort Hill and Mountain Ridge won opening round games in the Mountain Ridge junior varsity girls basketball tournament on Tuesday and will play in the championship game tonight.
Alco, Rams earn top seedings in 1A
The Allegany boys and Southern girls basketball teams were rewarded for their successful regular seasons by earning the No. 1 seed in the Maryland 1A West Sectional playoffs during the playoff draw held by the Maryland Public Secondary School Association Sunday.
Wormack, Alco too much for BW, 81-10
Micah Wormack had one of the greatest statistical games in the history of Allegany girls basketball as the sophomore helped the Campers secure a share of the Cumberland City title by belting Bishop Walsh 81-10 to finish their regular season Saturday afternoon.
Hill, Baker lead PSC over Cecil
Derylton Hill and Reggie Baker combined for 51 points to lead Potomac State past Cecil, 83-74, in the Catamounts’ regular-season finale on Saturday afternoon.
Petersburg stops Keyser, 68-40
Brian George scored 14 points to lead a balanced scoring attack and third-ranked Petersburg held Keyser to 15 second-half points for a convincing 68-40 road win on Saturday night.
Frostburg women lose to Salisbury
Anna Hackett scored 22 points, Sarah Seipp had 16 points and 10 rebounds, and Salisbury spurted ahead for good by scoring 17 of the final 21 points of the first half for a 75-52 win over Frostburg State Saturday in college women’s basketball.
FH gets by BW
Dalton Gaus hit a three-point shot in the closing seconds and finished with 18 points as second-ranked Fort Hill survived a scare from Bishop Walsh, winning the final City League game of the season, 46-44, Friday night at Bishop Walsh.
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