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December 8, 2013

Wormacks work Alco past Huskies

CUMBERLAND — Rachel Wormack had a game-high 15 points and Micah Wormack hauled in a game-high 16 rebounds as Allegany rolled past Northern, 45-13, in the Campers’ season opener Saturday afternoon at Campobello.

Eight players scored for the Campers, who led 11-0 after the first quarter and 22-5 at halftime. It was 34-9 through three periods.

Allegany won the jayvee game 37-26 with Margaret Neidhart scoring 10 points. Tessa Gardner had eight for Northern.

Allegany plays at Hope for Hyndman on Tuesday. Northern (0-2) visits Keyser on Monday.

Fairmont Senior    61

Southern    57

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Defending area champion Southern jumped into the new season with both feet in playing Fairmont Senior to the wire of a 61-57 loss as the Rams opened their season on the road.

Southern opened with a three-point (19-16) lead after the first quarter, but Fairmont rallied and took a 33-26 advantage into halftime. Southern trailed 49-40 entering the fourth before pulling to within two points in the waning seconds.

Alicia Roth scored 17 points and Kambrie Bosley added 15 for the Rams, who missed good look to tie the score and force overtime with less than five seconds remaining.

The Rams were hurt by the hot shooting of Erica Bowles and Emily Stoller and both finished the day with 15 points. Kayden Whaley added 14 for Fairmont.

Southern gets its home opener on Thursday when it welcomes Frankfort at 7:30.

Petersburg    60

Moorefield    36

MOOREFIELD, W.Va. — Brittani Bible had team highs with 21 points and 11 rebounds to power Petersburg past Moorefield.

Bible hit nine field goals and 3 of 5 free throws to lead all scorers and the Vikings to their second win in as many tries. Kylie Pyle added 10 points and nine rebounds and Lauren Fleming had eight points.

Tara George led Moorefield (1-1) with 10 points.

Petersburg led by only three, 26-23, at halftime, but outscored Moorefield 18-5 in the third quarter and 34-13 in the second half.

Petersburg also won the jayvee game.

Moorefield will host Pendleton on Tuesday while Petersburg travels to Bath County (Va.) on Wednesday.

North Marion    70

Frankfort    26

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. — Frankfort stumbled out of the gates Saturday and fell into too deep of a hole to climb out during a loss to North Marion at the Berkeley Springs Tip-Off Tournament.

North Marion opened a 16-2 lead in the first quarter, and though Frankfort countered with 16 points in the second quarter, still trailed 38-18 at halftime.

Megan Haller scored 18 points for North Marion, and Christa Tobin added 13.

Frankfort was led by Madison Pfaff’s 14 points. Pfaff added five rebounds, while Katie Beeman had 10 and Crystal Yaider had six.

Frankfort (0-2) plays at Musselman on Tuesday.

 

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