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January 11, 2013

Rhodes, BW roll over Northern

ACCIDENT — Liam Rhodes went off for 30 points to lead top-ranked Bishop Walsh in an 88-47 rout at Northern Friday.

Rhodes was aided by Quincy Redmon, who scored 20 points, to help the Spartans bounce back from an overtime loss at Bishop McCort Saturday.

Northern scored just 18 points in the first half. It improved to 29 in the second half. However, Bishop Walsh extended its lead from 21 at halftime to 41 by game’s end.

Kollin Keister scored 16 and Jonah Schneider had 10 for the Huskies.

Hunter Marrale added 11 and Chris Scarlett chipped in 10 for the Spartans.

Bishop Walsh also won the jayvee game, 44-30, led by 13 from Zach Conroy. Kyle Crock scored 10 for Northern.

Northern (0-10) goes to Allegany Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.

Bishop Walsh (11-4) hosts Hampshire tonight at 7:30.

No. 4 Mountain Ridge    39

Keyser    23

KEYSER, W.Va. — Branden Markwood scored 11 points and Mountain Ridge held Keyser to three fourth-quarter points to secure an AMAC victory Friday night at Keyser.

Rashawn Johnson scored eight points for the Miners as they led 11-6 after the first quarter, 18-14 at the half and 27-20 entering the fourth.

Keyser was led by Josh Golub with seven points, Dakota Proud with eight rebounds and four blocks and Tyler Hamilton with six rebounds.

Mountain Ridge (5-6 overall, 4-3 AMAC) will host Hope for Hyndman on Tuesday. Keyser (1-6, 1-5) will visit Fort Hill on Tuesday.

Mountain Ridge won the junior varsity game, 45-38. Michael Livingston scored 11 for the Miners. Malik Harper scored 13 with nine rebounds for Keyser, and Drew Roy had 10 points and eight rebounds for the Tornado.

Rockwood    36

Hope for Hyndman    30

HYNDMAN, Pa. — Luke Miller scored 12 points and Ethan Keefer 11, and Rockwood had a 12-2 advantage at the free-throw line as the Tigers defeated Hope for Hyndman Charter School Friday night.

 Both teams hit 12 field goals, with Hope for Hyndman knocking down four three-pointers, but the difference for the Tigers being at the line as they came back from a 15-6 first-quarter deficit to get to within 19-17 at the half, then held the Hornets scoreless in the third to enter the fourth with a 27-19 lead.

Chad Deneen led Hyndman with 12 points, hitting two of the Hornets’ three-point goals. Brad Torbet scored eight points.

Hope for Hyndman (7-3) will play Tuesday at Mountain Ridge.

The Hornets won the junior varsity game, 26-19, as Jordan Pickett scored 11 points.

Calvary    53

Mountain View    48

CRESAPTOWN — Tyler Michael provided half of Calvary’s offense and the Eagles made their free throws when they needed them to pull out a five-point win over Mountain View Academy on Friday evening.

Michael made 11 field goals, including a three-pointer, and went 4-for-4 at the line to finish with a game-high 27 points. Justin Swogger scored 11 points for the Eagles.

Mountain View got 19 points from Shawn Schrock and 14 from Sam Martin.

Calvary led 20-9 after the first quarter and 30-24 at halftime. The Eagles carried a 39-35 lead into the fourth before they went 8-for-10 on their foul shots to maintain the lead.

Calvary (6-6) plays Faith at home on Tuesday in Mason-Dixon Conference action.

Moorefield    50

Petersburg    36

MOOREFIELD, W.Va. — Garrett Keller scored a season-high 17 to lead a second-half surge for Moorefield in a win over Petersburg at home Friday.

The  Yellow Jackets led the entire game though Petersburg stayed within striking distance, down 25-19, at halftime.

Moorefield led by as many as 22 in the second half, cruising to a 14-point win.

Lance Taylor recorded 12 points, 10 rebounds and five assists. He held Petersburg’s Brain George to 13 on the defensive end.

Moorefield (4-5) hopes to get to .500 when it hosts Tygarts Valley Tuesday at 6 p.m.

Tucker County    44

Southern    37

OAKLAND  — Tucker County went 8-for-9 at the foul line over the closing minutes Friday evening to hold off a stubborn Southern squad and collect a seven-point win over the Rams.

The Mountain Lions were led in scoring by Ian Nichols and his 14 points, while Nathaniel Goldstein finished with 10. Tyler Snyder added nine points.

The Lions opened up a 12-6 advantage in the first quarter and stretched that to 20-12 by halftime. The third quarter belonged to the Rams as they closed to within three points (30-27) by its end.

Southern got as close as three points at a few different times, but could never climb any closer. Tucker’s shooting from the line helped it create space at the end.

Landon Todd was the high scorer for Southern by finishing with eight points.

The Rams (5-7) play at home on Tuesday against Hampshire.

Union    68

Paw Paw    49

MOUNT STORM, W.Va. — Nathan Evans recorded a double-double and four Union players scored in double figures during a win over Paw Paw Friday evening.

Evans matched his 10 points with 10 rebounds and Tyler Seabolt also finished with 10 points. Ryan Uphold led the team with 14 points and Travis Murphy added 12. Murphy had seven steals and Seabolt finished with seven rebounds.

Josh Newlin scored 22 points to lead Paw Paw while River Weese finished with 19.

The Tigers started cold by shooting 29-percent from the floor in the first half, but still managed to claw out a two-point lead, 27-25, at halftime. Union turned that around in the third quarter and shot 9-for-12 to open up a 12-point lead going into the fourth.

Union (7-3) plays Harman at home on Tuesday.

Blacklick Valley    84

Salisbury    43

SALISBURY, Pa. — Dalton Cesarz poured in 30 points to lead Blacklick Valley in a victory at Salisbury Friday.

The Vikings were proficient offensively, starting with 27 first-quarter points. They added 23 more in the second while Salisbury was held to 27 for the half.

Blacklick Valley outscored Salisbury 26-9 in the third.

Nathan Bodes scored 19 points for the Elks.

Johnny Sheesley added 21 for Blacklick Valley.

Salisbury won the jayvee game, 38-29.

Salisbury (0-10) plays at Rockwood Tuesday at 6 p.m.


Allegany    54

Fort Hill    38

CUMBERLAND — Allegany’s freshmen won at Fort Hill Friday.

Jason Copman led all scorers with 17, while Bryson Shepherd scored 13 for the Campers. Ethan York had 11 for the Sentinels.

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