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February 9, 2013

Alco, FH thump Frankfort, Southern

CUMBERLAND — No. 1 Allegany bounced back from a loss at Bishop Walsh on Tuesday to handle Frankfort, 66-46, in an Appalachian Mountain Athletic Conference game at Campobello Friday evening.

The Campers built on their slim two-point, 10-8 first quarter lead with a 23-15 second quarter to take a 10-point advantage to the locker room.

The Falcons kept it close with an 18-15 third quarter. But Allegany took control in the fourth to pull away.

Calman McKenzie had 13 points and nine boards to lead the Campers. Hayden Bosley put in 11 and Christian Thomas added 10.

Thane Cutter led Frankfort with 16 points and Gage Shaffer scored 15.

Allegany’s jayvees dominated, 83-37, with 19 points each from Carson Imes and Trevor Evix. Darick Kearns added 18. Brooks Mickey and Braiden Popluhar each scored six for the Falcons.

Frankfort (6-13) hosts Northern and Allegany (14-5) hosts Mountain Ridge Tuesday evening.

No. 3 Fort Hill    52

No. 5 Southern    35

CUMBERLAND — Jarrett Wolfe had a game-high 15 points to lead Fort Hill over Southern at Fort Hill Friday.

The Sentinels led 12-9 after one and led by three, 21-18, at halftime after a 9-9 second quarter.

Fort Hill’s offense came alive in the second half with 14 third quarter points followed by 17 in the fourth. Each team attempted 13 free throws, Fort Hill put in 11 while the Rams made five.

Brian Wildman led Southern with 10 points.

Travis Newton led with 18 points and Brycen Bernard had 10 for Southern in a 58-44 win in the jayvee game.

In the Freshman game, Fort Hill won 29-20, with seven points from Killian Carroll. Matt McCullough also had seven for the Rams.

Fort Hill (9-9, 8-4 in the AMAC) hosts Hampshire and

Southern (8-11, 7-8 in the AMAC) plays at Tucker County on Tuesday. Both games will begin at 7:30 p.m.

Hampshire    71

Northern    44

ACCIDENT — Travis Clower scored a game-high 28 points to lead Hampshire over host Northern Friday night.

Clower made eight baskets, including both of the Trojans’ three-pointers, and made 10 of 15 free throws. Dane Heavener and Logan Hill each finished with 11 points and David Smith added eight.

Tyler Yutzy led Northern with 14 points and Kollin Keister finished with 13.

Hampshire broke open a six-point, 18-12 game after the first quarter with a 16-10 second that gave the Trojans a 34-22 halftime lead. It was 50-36 at the third-period buzzer.

Hampshire also won the junior varsity game, 48-35. Tyler Andes and Jordan Grapes combined for 28 points with Andes leading the way with 18. Kyle Klotz had 16 for Northern.

The Trojans (9-8 overall, 6-5 Appalachian Mountain Athletic Conference) visits Fort Hill Tuesday with the jayvee game beginning at 6 p.m. Northern (2-16, 0-10 AMAC) visits Frankfort on Tuesday as well.

Keyser    55

Berkeley Springs    51

KEYSER, W.Va. — Ryan Streets put hit two free throws to put Keyser up four with 14 seconds left to defeat Berkeley Springs at Keyser High Friday evening.

On Senior Night, 40 of Keyser’s 55 points came from seniors. Dakota Proud made the first two points then Tyler Hamilton hit three-pointers on three straight possessions. The Golden Tornado led 19-15 after one but trailed by one at halftime.

Berkeley Springs led 44-40 after three. Keyser shot 18 of their 20 free throw attempts in the fourth quarter and made 11.

Kyle Appel led the Indians with a game-high 20 points.

Streets finished with 14 points and Hamilton ended with 12 and five rebounds. Proud had 10 points and six rebounds.

Brandon McCumbey put in 20 to lead Berkeley Springs, 67-46, in the jayvee game. Malik Harper had 14 points and Michael Cuthbertson added 11 for Keyser.

Keyser (3-13) plays at Petersburg Monday at 7:30 p.m.

Berkeley Springs    49

Petersburg    41

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. — Berkeley Springs entered the fourth quarter tied with Petersburg at 33 and Zack Wise took charge, scoring seven of his game-high 19 points to give Berkeley Springs the win.

The Indians avenged a 75-61 loss to the Vikings earlier in the season.  

Berkeley Springs held an 18-14 margin at the end of the first, and led 27-23 at the half.  

Petersburg clamped down defensively in the third and tied the game at 33 going into the final quarter.

Grant Shanholtz scored 13 points to lead Petersburg, while Brian George scored nine and pulled down 10 rebounds.

Berkeley Springs won the junior varsity game 60-52 behind Brandon McCumbee’s 19 points and Corey Osborne’s 14. Jace Shanholtz led Petersburg with a game-high 24 points while Ryan VanMeter scored 23.

Petersburg drops to 8-9 and will host Keyser on Monday.

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