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December 20, 2013

Carr, Taylor power Keyser’s victory

Pair combine for 42 points at Frankfort


Keyser’s Lexi Carr scored 23

points and Frankfort was


with 28




during a 60-

32 Golden


win over

the Falcons

in a battle

of Mineral County rivals.

Carr had nine field goals,

including three three-pointers,

and made 2 of 3 at the foul

line to climb to 23 points. Lexi

Taylor added nine field goals

and one foul shot to reach 19


The Golden Tornado constructed

a 12-point lead in the

first quarter, and led by 23 (29-

16) at intermission. The lead

grew to 51-24 after three quarters.

Madi Pfaff had 20 points and

11 rebounds to lead the Falcons

(1-4). Keyser won the jayvee contest

46-39 and got 18 points

from Jayna Wilson. Kasinda

King scored 10 for the Falcons.

The Tornado (4-0) returns

home to face Moorefield on

Monday. Frankfort also plays

Monday at Musselman. CHaylnvdamryan 2292


Hipsley had a double-double

and Calvary Christian used a

stout first half defense to help

defeat Hope for Hyndman

Friday in the second game of

the Nelson Auto/Bio-Met

Christmas Tournament.

The Eagles (3-2) will play

Bishop Walsh in the championship

game today at 1 p.m.

The Spartans defeated Grace

37-35 in the first game and it

will be a rematch of the season

opener won by Bishop

Walsh, 37-33.

Against Hyndman, Hipsley

scored a game-high 14 points

and pulled down 10 rebounds.

Payton Emerick added 11

points and had three assists

and three steals.

Katie Cosgrove led Hyndman

with 13 points.

The Eagles held the Hornets

scoreless through the

first period and to only six

points in the first half while

scoring nine points in each

period to lead at halftime 18-6.

Hyndman battled back with a

10-4 third quarter to pull within

six. Calvary edged Hyndman

7-6 in the fourth.

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Walsh outscored Grace 19-6 in

the third quarter to erase a

halftime deficit and win the

opening game of the Nelson

Auto/Bio-Met Christmas

Tournament at Calvary Christian


The win puts Bishop Walsh

(2-4) in today’s 1 p.m. championship

game against Calvary

Christian in a rematch of a

game earlier this month

which BW won, 37-33.

Nicole Ross scored 13

points and grabbed six

rebounds, Maggie Mathews

had seven points and 12

rebounds and Abigail Sensabaugh

six points and 10

rebounds for the Spartans.

BW trailed 12-7 after one

quarter and 21-17 at halftime.

Five Spartans scored in the

19-point third quarter, which

put BW up 36-27 heading into

the fourth.

The Spartans won despite

scoring just one point in the

fourth quarter. Grace got to

within 37-33 but got no closer

until scoring a bucket at the

buzzer for the final margin. PPeetnedrlsebtounrg 5499


Samantha Rohrbaugh

scored 22 points, Lauren

Fleming had 15 and Britani

Bible 11 to lift Petersburg

past Pendleton in the opening

round of the Petersburg

Tip-Off Tournament.

Petersburg (5-0) will play

Moorefield (3-3), which beat

Bath County (Va.) 52-42, in

tonight’s 7:30 championship

game. Bath County and

Pendleton will meet in the 6

p.m. consolation.

Rohrbaugh hit five field

goals, including a pair of

three-pointers, and 10 of 15

free throws to lead the

Vikings, who led 42-39 after

three periods before outscoring

the Wildcats 17-10 in the


Kaylee Edwards had 13

points and Hillary Ord 12 for

Pendleton (4-2). TUyngioanrts Valley 4231


Paige Pritt scored 10 points

and Emily Arbogast added

nine to lead Tygarts Valley

past Union.

Tygarts Valley jumped on

top early and led 23-11 at halftime.

It was 38-14 after three


Colleena Burdock led

Union with nine points, five

rebounds and two steals.

Megan Putlovis had a teamhigh

seven rebounds.

Union (3-2) will play in the

Turkeyfoot Christmas Tournament

Dec. 27-28.

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