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January 19, 2013

Gaus, Wolfe lead FH over MR, 69-41

CUMBERLAND — Second-ranked Fort Hill trounced No. 4 Mountain Ridge, 69-41, to win its fourth consecutive game Friday at Fort Hill.

The Miners dug themselves a hole early with just two first quarter points. They were able to score 12 in the second half but Fort Hill was able to go up 30-14 at halftime.

The Sentinels defense allowed just seven in the third. Mountain Ridge won the fourth 20-16 to keep the margin within 30.

Dalton Gaus scored 17 points. Jarrett Wolfe had 15. Delante´Stewart added 12 and Travis Bush chipped in 10.

Rashawn Johnson scored 14 in the loss.

Fort Hill (7-5) plays at Broadfording Monday at 7:30 p.m. and Mountain Ridge (6-7) hosts Hampshire Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.

No. 5 Southern    48

Northern    30


ACCIDENT — Reese Haskiell scored half of Southern’s points as the No. 5 Rams halted a two-game skid by beating Northern Friday evening in a Garrett County battle.

Haskiell, a 6-foot tall junior forward, added seven field goals to a 10-for-13 showing at the foul line to finish with 24 points. Besides leading all players in scoring, Haskiell had a team-high 10 rebounds.

Landon Todd added seven points and Brian Wildman scored six for the Rams.

For the Huskies, Jordan Evans scored seven points and Collin Keister added six.

Southern’s Travis Newton scored 15 points and Brian Reams and Logan Cvetnick both scored 12 during the Rams’ 55-30 junior varsity win. Kyle Klotz scored 12 points in the loss.

Southern (6-8, 5-5 AMAC) plays at Frankfort on Wednesday. Northern (1-12, 0-9) gets Salisbury at home on Tuesday.

Hyndman    75

Hancock    46


HYNDMAN, Pa. — Brad Torbet amassed 31 points to lead Hyndman in a rout of Hancock at home Friday.

The Hornets started hot and shot well for the duration of the game. They scored 22 in the first and 14 more in the second to go up 36-15 at the break.

Hyndman made 31 field goals overall, eight of them from three-point range.

Tim Leydig and Chad Deneen each hit three and scored 13 and 11 points, respectively. Jordan Bingman made two on his way to 10 points.

Jordan Tostman had 11 in the loss.

Hyndman (9-4) hosts Calvary Tuesday at 7:30.

Hancock (3-8) plays at the Maryland School for the Deaf Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.

Salisbury    55

Paw Paw    42


SALISBURY, Pa. — Roberto Pattison scored 25 points to lead Salisbury to its first win of the season over Paw Paw at Salisbury Friday.

Salisbury led by six after the first quarter. Paw Paw gained a point on them in the second to make it 34-29 at halftime.

The Elks pulled away in the second half when Paw Paw was held scoreless in the third quarter.

River Weese scored eight points in the loss.

Hunter Wright grabbed nine rebounds to go with nine points. Nathan Bodes dished out eight assists to go with eight points.

Salisbury (1-12) plays at Northern Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.

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