FROM STAFF REPORTS
CUMBERLAND — Allegany scored more points in the third quarter than it did in the first two to pull away from Bishop Walsh and pick up an early-season City win, 46-24, in high school girls basketball Monday night on Haystack Mountain.
The Campers carried an 11-9 lead out of the opening quarter, and both teams combined for only six points in the second quarter as Allegany took a 15-11 lead into halftime. The third quarter saw the Campers outscore the Spartans 17-6 for a 32-17 advantage.
Micah Wormack led the way for the Campers with a game-high 17 points. Rachel Wormack added eight points.
The Spartans were led by Haley Mock’s nine points and Abagail Sensabaugh’s seven rebounds.
Allegany won the junior varsity game 26-13 with Alisha Younger scoring nine points. Caroline Snyder had six for BW.
The Campers (2-1 overall, 2-1 AMAC, 1-0 City) play at Trinity Christian at 4:45 on Wednesday. Bishop Walsh (1-3, 0-3, 0-1) hosts Keyser, at 7:30, also on Wednesday.
Frankfort 46, Northern 24
SHORT GAP, W.Va. — Frankfort got 14 points from Crystal Yaider and Madison Pfaff and the Falcons’ defense kept Northern in the single digits during the first half.
The Falcons picked up their first win of the season and are now 1-3. Their chance at a second win comes Friday when they host rival Keyser at 7:30. Northern, also 1-3, returns home to play Fort Hill at 7:30 on Wednesday.
Yaider made six field goals, with two being three-pointers, for her 14 points. Pfaff made five field goals and converted 4 of 5 from the foul line for 14. Pfaff also led the team with seven rebounds.
Northern’s leading scorer was Rhiannon Dodge with nine points.
The Falcons led 11-5 and 20-8 at the end of the first two quarters and 24-14 by the close of the third.
Taylor Stein led Frankfort to a 43-32 jayvee win with 11 points and nine rebounds. Northern’s Erin Osselburn had 11 points and Morgan Rush 10.
East Hardy 32
PETERSBURG, W.Va. — Petersburg outscored East Hardy 24-10 during the third quarter to open up a 22-point lead and rolled past East Hardy.
Megan Cook led four Vikings in double figures with 16 points and also had a team-high eight rebounds. Lauren Fleming and Callie Wisnewski added 14 points and Brittani Bible finished with 12.
The Vikings had a 15-9 lead after the first quarter, and were in front 26-18 at halftime. The big third quarter made it 50-28 going into the fourth.
Jade Foltz was the Cougars’ top scorer with 11 points.
The Vikings (4-0) play again Friday in their Tip-Off Tournament against Pendleton County.
Johnstown Christian 56
SALISBURY, Pa. — Sam Haynes scored 20 points and Maddie Sprankle hit four three-point goals and finished with 16 points to lead Johnstown Christian past Salisbury.
Haynes also had 15 rebounds and Sprankle nine assists for Johnstown Christian (2-2). Kaitlyn Seth grabbed 10 rebounds.
Kylee Short scored 16 points, Emily Lowery had 13 points and 14 rebounds and Brynne Kemp a game-high 15 rebounds for Salisbury (1-3).
Johnstown won the jayvee game 33-16.
Salisbury hosts Shanksville today at 6 p.m.
FROM STAFF REPORTS
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