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February 15, 2013

Sports Roundup - 02/16/2013

Boyce edges Cats in OT in WPCC tournament

PITTSBURGH, Pa. — Jessica Tarr poured in 32 points to lead CCAC Boyce in a 59-55 overtime win against Potomac State in the first round of the WPCC Tournament at Boyce Friday.

Boyce led 27-26 at halftime. They led by as many as seven with 4:00 remaining. The Catamounts came back to force overtime on a buzzer-beater by Heather Lesniowski.

They continued to alternate baskets in the overtime period until Boyce went up by four in the final minute and made their free throws to hold on.

Andrea Keiser scored 11 and Regan Donatelli added 10 for Boyce.

Kirsten Ward had 11 in the loss. Lesniowski finished with 10, as did Morgan Wright and Monique McDonald.

Potomac State (8-16) hosts Allegany College of Maryland Wednesday at 7 p.m.

George’s Creek LL registration today

MIDLAND — The communities of Midland, Coney and Barton will hold Little League registration on Saturday from 10 a.m. until noon and Monday,  from 6 p.m until 8 p.m. at the Town Hall in each community.

Any child, ages 5-12 are eligible to play.

For information call: Ted Baker (Midland) at (301) 463-3777, Brian McAlpine (Coney) at (301) 463-5068 or Donnie Bradley (Barton) at (301) 463-3388.

 

Eddie Rogers JV play opens Feb. 18

FROSTBURG — The 13th annual Eddie Rogers JV Memorial Basketball Tournament will be held Monday, Feb. 18 and Thursday, Feb. 21 at Mountain Ridge High School. The late Rogers, who died Jan. 30, 2000, was a starting point guard on the Westmar junior varsity team. Proceeds from the tournament go toward a scholarship in his name.

On Monday, Frankfort will play Southern Fulton at 6 p.m., followed by Mountain Ridge vs. Hampshire at 7:30, with both games being played in the main arena. Winners of the first-round games will play in the championship Thursday, 6 p.m., in the main gym, with the losers of Monday’s game playing in the auxiliary gym Thursday at 6 p.m.

The Rogers freshman tournament will be played on the same days, with Southern and Fort Hill playing Monday at 6 p.m., and Mountain Ridge playing Frankfort at 7:30 p.m. with both games being played in the auxiliary gym. The second round of the freshman tournament is also Thursday at Mountain Ridge.

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