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December 28, 2013

Spartans sneak past Lackey

WINTER MILLS  — Maggie Mathews led the way for Bishop Walsh with 11 points and the Spartans got past Lackey Saturday to collect their third win of the year.

Abagail Sensabaugh only had two points but brought in 11 rebounds. Maggie Czapski had three but had eight rebounds.

The Spartans (3-7) hope the win will build some traction when they play at Frankfort on Jan. 2 at 7.

Westmont 65, Hampshire 50

ROMNEY, W.Va. — Alyssa Miller scored 18 points and Megan Zolnoski scored 16 to lead Westmont over Hampshire in the third-place game of the Hampshire Holiday Tournament in girls basketball action Saturday at Hampshire.

Both teams got off to sluggish starts, with Westmont taking a 10-5 lead at the end of the first quarter and a 25-17 lead at the half. Westmont continued to open its lead in the second half, leading by 13 entering the fourth quarter, as the Trojans could not overcome 22 turnovers.

For Hampshire, Ericka Gordon scored 13 points and had 10 rebounds. Mary Feaster scored 11 points and Taylor Harwood scored 10 points and had five assists.

University defeated Spring Mills, 60-32, in the championship game to take the title. University’s Mariah Callen was named Most Valuable Player of the tournament, while Shae Chico and Shelby Boyle joined her on the all-tournament team. Also making all-tournament were Jaylyn Copeland of Spring Mills, Taylor Harwood of Hampshire and Westmont’s Miller.

Hampshire (2-5) will play Thursday at Washington.

Williamsport 45, Allegany  19

WILLIAMSPORT — Katie Wade almost matched Allegany’s total output by scoring 18 points during  the Campers’ 45-19 loss to Williamsport in the championship of the Wildcats’ Christmas Tournament on Saturday.

Allegany had one of their worst performances of the season against Willamsport with almost a season low in points.

The Campers were led by Micah Wormack’s seven points.

Allegany will try to bounce back when they host Southern

Lincoln  60, Frankfort  42

FAIRMONT W.Va. — Lincoln used a strong showing in the fourth quarter to pull away from Frankfort and hand the Falcons their sixth loss Saturday at the Fairmont Christmas Tournament.

Lincoln closed out the third quarter up eight, 44-36, but pulled away during the fourth. Emily Knight scored 13 points and Hailey Hanning added 12 points in the win.

Maddie Pfaff for Frankfort was a bright spot however bringing in 13 points and 13 rebounds.

Ashley Noah had 10 points for Frankfort and went 8 for 10 from the foul line.

Frankfort was hot at the foul line, making  17 of 20, but the Falcons had 11 field goals to Lincoln’s 23.

Frankfort (1-6) will play Thursday against Bishop Walsh  at 7 p.m.

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