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January 17, 2014

Jessie, Eirich lead Alco’s rout

CUMBERLAND — Darquel

Jessie and Trenton

Eirich both reached 20 points

and Jessie

made it a

double-double

by

adding 13

rebounds

as topranked

Allegany

manhandled

Moorefield Thursday 82-56.

Jessie scored all of his

points from the floor by making

13 field goals and attempting

no shots from the foul line

to reach a game-high 26

points. Eirich made the

Campers’ only two threepointers

to get him to 21

points. Mario D’Atri had 15

points and dished out nine

assists along with four steals

and Colton Sivic had 11 points

and eight boards. Darick

Kerns added eight rebounds

and six points.

The Campers, who have

won their last five games by a

minimum of 28 points, led by

double digits as early as the

first quarter. A 21-7 lead at the

end of the first turned into a

39-21 advantage at halftime

and a 24-point, 60-36, lead

after three quarters.

Moorefield’s Austin

Williams hit seven threepointers

and a pair of free

throws to finish with 23 points

and Aaron Cole and Tyler

Smith both scored 13.

Allegany won the junior varsity

game 64-21 on Jason Copman’s

25 points. Carson Imes

scored 13 and Nate Green

added eight, while Austin

Evans led Moorefield with

seven.

The Campers (9-1) play at

Bishop Walsh on Saturday.

Moorefield (3-6) plays tonight

at Petersburg. PCaawlv aPrayw 3695

PAW PAW, W.Va. — Paw

Paw transformed a 12-10 lead

into a 26-16 advantage during

the second quarter and continued

to pull away during the

third to beat Calvary Christian

Thursday evening at

home.

Josh Newlon led four

Pirates with at least 10 points

by scoring 18 and added 12

rebounds and four assists.

Tim Abrell added 14 points,

while Robbie Mills and River

Weese had matching doubledoubles

of 10 points and 10

rebounds.

The Pirates managed a

two-point lead by the end of

the first, but outscored the

Eagles 14-6 to pull away

before halftime. Paw Paw

doubled its score to 53 by the

end of the third, while holding

Calvary to eight points again.

Calvary was led in scoring

by Matt Dillow’s 15 points and

Caleb Snyder’s nine.

Paw Paw plays at Union and Calvary plays New Life

tonight at 7:30. ShadWe ednesday 61 Salisbury 27

SALISBURY, Pa. — Nash

Walker scored 17 points and

Jeremy Pyles had 13 as

Shade rolled past Salisbury.

Diori Pattison and Roberto

Pattison had seven points

each for Salisbury (1-10),

which plays again at

Shanksville tonight at 6 p.m.

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