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January 10, 2013

Sell sends Alco over Calvary

Campers win fifth of sixth games behind senior’s season-best 25

CRESAPTOWN — Kristin Sell hit four three-point goals and scored a season-high 25 points to lead third-ranked Allegany to a 52-41 win over Calvary Christian Thursday evening.

Sell, a senior guard, hit 10 field goals and a free throw for the Campers (7-3), now 5-1 in their last six games.

Rachel Wormack and Micah Wormack also had big games for Allegany, Rachel getting 11 points, 11 rebounds and four steals, and Micah scoring seven points and grabbing a game-high 18 rebounds.

Karly Hipsley, who sank 12 of 13 free throws, led Calvary (6-4) with 14 points. Savannah Reed had a double-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds, Kerenne Shaffer added nine points and three steals and Chesni Ultis had four steals.

Allegany grabbed the lead in the first half and kept it the rest of the way, although Calvary cut it to six points at one juncture in the second half. The Campers led 33-18 at halftime and 43-31 after three quarters.

“Chesni Ultis did another good job defensively in our box-and-one defense, but Kristin Sell was able to get open and she shot the lights out,’’ said Calvary coach Rusty Kitzmiller.

“We played hard and didn’t give up, and got it down to six at one point. I’m proud of the girls for the way they played and hung in there.”

Calvary will host Johnstown Christian today at 5:30. Allegany will entertain Fort Hill in a makeup game on Saturday at 2:30 p.m.

No. 5 Frankfort    47

No. 4 Hampshire    42


ROMNEY, W.Va. — Ice-cold starts to the first and final quarters doomed fourth-ranked Hampshire Wednesday during an upset loss to the No. 5 Frankfort Falcons during AMAC action.

While the Trojans were shooting 1-for-15 from the floor during the first quarter, the Falcons quietly built a 9-3 lead. Hampshire stormed back during the second quarter to trail by one, 18-17, at halftime. Things remained close during the third quarter as the Falcons snuck another point passed the Trojans to carry a 29-27 lead into the fourth.

Frankfort went on a 13-2 run to open the final period, and though the Trojans got to within three points on a couple of occasions, they could never get any closer.

Mikala Miller scored a game-high 17 points on five field goals and a 5-for-7 showing from the foul line. Madison Pfaff and Alyssa Lantz both added eight points.

The Trojans were led by Ericka Gordon and her double-double of 12 rebounds and 10 points. Allison Fout added 11 points and Mary Feaster scored eight.

Hampshire won the junior varsity contest 36-24.

Frankfort (6-5, 4-3 AMAC) plays at home on Monday against Mountain Ridge. Hampshire (6-5, 2-5) will host Southern Saturday.

Keyser    56

Northern    45


KEYSER, W.Va. — Samantha Hoban scored 15 points, Lexi Carr had 13 and Elizabeth Biser 10 to carry Keyser past Northern.

The Golden Tornado (7-4, 4-3 AMAC) grabbed an early 9-6 lead, then put up 23 points in the second period for a 32-20 halftime lead.

It was 45-32 heading into the fourth quarter, when Northern (1-9, 1-8) rallied to get to within six.

Keyser had only one field goal in the fourth quarter, but kept the lead by going 9 for 12 from the foul line. Carr was 5 for 6 and Carley Grady, who had the only field goal, was 3 for 4.

Both teams were whistled for 26 fouls. Keyser ended up 24 for 34 from the free-throw line and Northern was 20 for 31.

Kirsten Rayner led the Huskies with 10 points. Natalie Johnson had eight and Allison Yommer and Ashley Murphy seven.

Keyser won the jayvee game 55-25. Sydney Lyons had 16 points and Cheyenne Thompson 14 for the Tornado. Sarah Holtschneider had eight for the Huskies.

On Monday, Keyser will host Bishop Walsh while Northern travels to Allegany.

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