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December 10, 2012

Keyser beats Frankfort, stays unbeaten

SHORT GAP, W.Va. — Keyser held off Frankfort’s fourth quarter rally to escape with a 37-34 win and remain undefeated at Frankfort on Monday night.

The Falcons were down five  points after one quarter despite scoring just 10 in the opening period. The Keyser defense limited Frankfort’s offense to just four points as the Golden Tornado led 23-14 at halftime.

After playing to a draw in the third, Frankfort’s 12-6 run in the fourth fell just short of avoiding their first loss of the season.

Lexi Carr was the lone scorer in double digits for Keyser with 13.

Stephanie Cornachia had 12 points and 11 rebounds. Mikala Miller scored 11. Katie Jan recorded four points, seven rebounds and eight steals for the Falcons.

Carleigh Jones scored eight points in a 30-16 JV win for the Falcons. Kaitlyn Tichnell scored eight points for Keyser.

Frankfort (1-1) goes to Southern Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Keyser (3-0) play at Fort Hill Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.

Mountain Ridge    53

Bishop Walsh    30


FROSTBURG — Mountain Ridge smothered Bishop Walsh, 53-30, Monday at Mountain Ridge to win the second of their eventual three straight games against Cumberland city schools.

Carlie Lewis had 11 points, five steals and four assists. Shae Winner added 10 points and 10 rebounds for the Miners.

Nicole Ross scored a game-high 15 for the Spartans.

After a close, low-scoring first quarter, Mountain Ridge opened up a 14-point halftime lead by outscoring the Spartans 15-4 in the second.

Bishop Walsh exceeded their first half point total with 13 in the third quarter, but saw their deficit climb to 16 going into the fourth.

The Miners continued to cruise, winning the fourth 13-6 to complete a decisive home win.

The Miners (2-0) beat Fort Hill 62-50 in the opener and will finish off the stretch against Cumberland by playing at Allegany on Thursday.

Bishop Walsh (0-2) hosts Northern Thursday at 7:30 p.m.

Shanksville    60

Salisbury    55


SALISBURY, Pa. — Kayla Stockenus exploded for 38 points to lead Shanksville in a 60-55 win at Salisbury Monday.

Salisbury made two field goals in the first quarter, giving Shanksville and early 14-6 advantage. They bounced back with 18 in the second to cut it to 26-24 at halftime.

Emily Lowery, Kylee Short and Brynne Kemp each scored six points in the third. But, Stockenus totalled 10, including a couple of big threes to help extend Shanksville’s lead to 49-44.

In the fourth, Stockenus scored all of her team’s 11 points. She went 8-for-9 from the free throw line in the quarter as Shanksville closed out the slim victory.

Short finished with 22 points, and Kemp had 12 points and 13 rebounds. Emily Lowery grabbed 12 rebounds for Salisbury.

Salisbury (0-2) play at Shade Thursday starting at 7:30 p.m.

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