Allegany wins 14th straight, 87-50
Allegany captured its 14th consecutive win Friday evening, rallying behind four players in double-digit scoring by beating Maryland Academy of Technology and Health Sciences 87-50 to improve to 19-1.
Shalom holds off Calvary in MDCC semifinal
Lydia Harris hit a three-point goal to give Shalom the lead late in the fourth quarter and the top-seeded Flames held on to turn back upset-minded, fourth-seeded Calvary, 41-36, in the semifinals of the Mason-Dixon Christian Conference tournament Friday evening at Grace.
Baker’s 33 helps PSC beat Garrett
Reggie Baker scored almost at will against Garrett, racing to 25 points in the first half and finishing with 38, during Potomac State’s 91-73 shakedown of the Lakers Wednesday in the penultimate regular season outing for both schools.
Hampshire holds off Keyser
Dane Heavener hit a pair of big three-point shots in the fourth quarter and fourth-ranked Hampshire rode a balanced scoring attack to a 63-57 victory over Keyser on Wednesday evening.
Garrett overpowers Potomac State
Kristyn Wilson and Anamaria Skaro combined for 42 points and 26 rebounds to power Garrett College past Potomac State 84-69 Wednesday in Garrett County.
Weller leads Hancock girls over Paw Paw
Paige Weller made 10 field goals and went 4 of 8 from the foul line to lead Hancock to a 52-36 win over Paw Paw on Wednesday in the only girls basketball game scheduled for the area.
Eirich scores 1,000th as Alco posts perfect AMAC, City marks
Trenton Eirich became the ninth boy in Campers’ history to score 1,000 points and top-rated Allegany finished off an unblemished record in the Appalachian Mountain Athletic Conference and Cumberland City League by beating Bishop Walsh 65-46 Monday evening at Campobello.
Tornado topples Miners
Second-ranked Keyser allowed six total points during the second and third quarters, locking down on the No. 3 Miners and finishing the evening with a 49-27 win over Mountain Ridge to set the school’s single-season record for wins.
Cook, Hiquet lead Hyndman’s 59-57 win
Seth Cook poured in 22 points, Jordan Hiquet added 20 more and Hope for Hyndman ended its regular season with a 59-57 victory over McConnellsburg on Friday night.
Ennis’ 35-footer keeps No. 1 Syracuse unbeaten
The Syracuse freshman guard decided to shoot.It was the right decision.
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