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December 7, 2012

BW beats Southern

Rhodes, Redmon lead 5-0 Spartans over Rams, 64-30


CUMBERLAND — Liam Rhodes scored a game-high 21 points and Quincy Redmon had a double-double with 12 points and 13 rebounds as Bishop Walsh remained unbeaten by rolling past Southern 64-30 Friday night.

With a win in its home debut, coach Bob Boyle’s team improved to 5-0 overall and 1-0 in the Appalachian Mountain Athletic Conference. Defending area champion Southern is 1-1 overall and in the conference.

Rhodes also had three assists and three steals and Redmon had four assists and three steals for the Spartans, who raced to a 20-4 lead after the first quarter and held double-figure leads the rest of the way.

“It was a good team win for us. We played really good defense and rebounded well,’’ said Boyle. “Everybody got good playing time and I was proud of the way everyone played.”

Hunter Marrale finished with 14 points, Lucas Bruck had seven points and 10 rebounds, Brandon Reed five points, six rebounds and five assists, and Chris Scarlett three assists and three steals for BW.

Lucas Ritchie led Southern with nine points.

Southern won the jayvee game 44-19 behind a 16-point game by Josh Adams. Raquan Weedon led BW with five points.

Bishop Walsh hosts Northern on Tuesday and Southern will visit Keyser on Wednesday.

Mountain Ridge 81, Fort Hill 60

FROSTBURG — Rashawn Johnson dropped 29 points and Josh Delaney was right behind him with 22 during Mountain Ridge’s win over Fort Hill that completed a clean sweep of a tripleheader played Friday in Frostburg.

Johnson and Delaney accounted for more than half of the Miners’ production as the team rebounded from a season-opening loss to Clear Spring on Wednesday to improve to 1-1.

Johnson sank 10 field goals, including three three-pointers, and made 6-of-7 from the foul line to score 29. Delaney also made 10 field goals and a pair of free throws to finish with 22. Kevin Gamble was Mountain Ridge’s third-leading scorer with eight points.

The Miners outpaced the Sentinels in the first quarter to carry a 23-12 lead into the second. Fort Hill hung tight in the second quarter and trailed 44-30 at the half before the Miners added a few more points to grab a 63-46 edge entering the fourth.

Fort Hill placed four players in double-digit scoring with K’Shaun Powell leading the way with 15. Dalton Gaus added 14 points, Travis Bush scored 11 and David Proietti contributed 10.

Mountain Ridge won the junior varsity game 46-31 behind 12 points from Hayden Lindsey, and 10 from Dylan Shimko. Fort Hill got nine points from Jacob Painter.

Justin Halbritter scored 16 points during the Miners’ 40-30 freshmen win. Ethan York scored nine points for the Sentinels.

Mountain Ridge plays Monday at Broadford at 7 p.m. Fort Hill (0-1) will play it’s home-opener on Friday against Hampshire.

Frankfort    64

Northern    39

ACCIDENT — Colten Dorsey and Chase Detrick combined for 34 points, with Dorsey going for 18 and Detrick 16, to lead Frankfort to its first win of the season Friday night in AMAC action at Northern.

Dorsey hit seven field goals and went 4-for-5 from the free-throw line, while Detrick hit six field goals, four of them three-pointers, with Brady Watson knocking down the Falcons’ fifth three-pointer. Gage Shaffer scored nine points for Frankfort and Nick Smith hit for eight.

Jeremy Bender led Northern with eight points. Jordan Evans scored seven.

Frankfort led 21-14 and 27-18 after the first two periods, then opened the lead to 47-26 entering the fourth.

Frankfort (1-1 overall, 1-1 AMAC) will play Tuesday at Mountain Ridge. Northern (0-2, 0-2) will play Tuesday at Bishop Walsh.

Northern won the junior varsity game, 44-43. Kyle Klotz scored 17 for the Huskies and Hunter Mallow scored 10. Trent Hamilton scored 12 for Frankfort.

Lewis County    51

Hampshire    37

WESTON, W.Va. — John Lowery scored 22 points to lead Lewis County over Hampshire at Lewis County Friday.

Hampshire kept it close and low scoring in the first half. It trailed 12-8 at the end of one and 19-14 at halftime.

The Trojans made a run in the third quarter to cut the lead to 31-29 going into the fourth.

Lewis County pulled away, outscoring Hampshire 20-8 for the 14-point win.

Travis Clower was Hampshire’s only double digit scorer with 15. Logan Hill added seven points, seven rebounds, four steals and three blocks.

Hampshire (0-2) plays at Buckhannon-Upshur today at 4 p.m.

Union    71

West Virginia Deaf    37

MOUNT STORM, W.Va. — Fourteen players scored, with Nathan Evans leading the way with 12 points, as Union beat West Virginia Deaf in the opening round of the Tigers Holiday Tournament.

Jacob Nelson added 11 points for Union (2-0), which led 21-8 after one quarter and held a 39-18 advantage at the half.

Cole Tallman had eight rebounds, Candon Currey seven rebounds, Brandon Miller six assists and Ryan Uphold six points and five assists for the Tigers.

Patrick Epperly had 19 points and Wade Adams 15 for West Virginia Deaf.

There will be a tripleheader today at Union. First, the Union girls play Hundred at 4:30. West Virginia Deaf plays Rubenstein Center in the 6 p.m. boys consolation game, and Union takes on Harman in the 7:30 p.m. championship game.

Calvary Christian    46

Cumberland Valley    43

CRESAPTOWN — Matt Dillow scored 14 points, Justin Swogger had 10 and Mark Capper and Tyler Michael came through at the foul line in the fourth quarter to lift Calvary past Cumberland Valley.

The Eagles (2-1 overall, 1-1 Mason-Dixon Christian Conference) led 19-18 at halftime and 28-27 after three quarters before pulling away a bit in the fourth. They led 46-40 before Cumberland Valley hit a three-pointer at the buzzer.

Caleb Snyder added eight points and Michael and Capper finished with seven for Calvary. Capper was 5 of 7 from the foul line in the fourth quarter and Michael converted 3 of 4.

Calvary won the jayvee game 30-23.

Josh Snyder had a game-high 19 points for Cumberland Valley (2-2, 0-2).

Calvary plays again Tuesday at Broadfording.

Thursday night, Michael poured in 32 points in leading Calvary to a 67-62 victory at Highland View.

Gavin Hart hit four three-pointers and finished with 17 points and Dillow had 12 points as Calvary turned a 30-26 halftime deficit into a 46-41 lead after three quarters.

On Tuesday, Calvary lost to Shalom 63-52.

Michael had 19 points and Hart had 16 to lead the Eagles.

Hyndman    85

Salisbury    36

SALISBURY, Pa. — Chad Deneen and Tim Leydig scored more than 20 points Friday during Hope for Hyndman’s win over Salisbury in the Hornets season opener.

Deneen made half a dozen three-pointers to power his way to a game-high 26 points. Tim Leydig scored 20 points on nine field goals. Brad Torbett finished with 18 points and Jordan Bingman scored nine.

The Hornets led 27-11 after the first quarter and continued to pull away in the second to carry a 58-22 lead at the midway point. Salisbury was held to two points in the third quarter as the lead grew to 48 points (72-24).

“We had a really good showing on both ends of the court,” said Hyndman coach Rick Bingman. “We dominated the boards and played good, tough defense.”

Salisbury was led offensively by Diori Pattison’s 13 points and Nathan Bodes’ 12.

Hyndman plays Thursday when it hosts Northern. The Elks host Shanksville on Monday.

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