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December 8, 2013

Hummel scores 1,000th in FSU’s win

Montgomery sneaks past Garrett; ACM holds on

FROSTBURG — Senior guard Elaina Hummel scored her 1,000th career point and Frostburg State rolled to a 76-62 win over Wesley in Capital Athletic Conference action on Saturday afternoon.

 Hummel led all players with 25 points and registered her 1,000th early in the second half. The Bobcats (2-4, 1-1 CAC) led 38-29 at the time, but the Wolverines didn’t go away quietly.

 The visitors (0-6, 0-3) brought the score within two at 7:07 and 6:22, but the Bobcats collected a 9-1 run over the next three minutes to extend their lead back to 12, 72-60. Hummel capped the outburst with her fourth and final three-pointer of the afternoon.

 FSU held the advantage in points off turnovers (38-23), points in the paint (32-22), second chance points (10-5) and bench points (28-5).

 Hummel went 4 for 9 from behind the arc and 7 for 8 from the free throw line to complete her 25-point performance. In addition, she contributed five assists, one steal and three rebounds. Hummel currently stands third in the CAC in points per game with 17.2.

 Ronje’ James achieved her fourth double-digit game of the season, netting 10 points along with eight assists and seven steals. Jones was the only other Bobcat to reach double figures scoring 10 points as well.

 Jasmine Walker had another stellar performance on the boards, grabbing 13 rebounds along with nine steals, four assists and seven points. Walker is ranked seventh in the CAC for rebounds, averaging 7.8 a game.

 Frostburg will play Wednesday when it travels to Penn State Harrisburg at 6 p.m.

Montgomery    71

Garrett    66

MCHENRY — Garrett College was unable to hold on to a small halftime lead and Montgomery did just enough to hold off the Lakers in the second half to come away with a five-point win Saturday afternoon.

Kiana Daley led a trio of Raptors who scored 10 or more points with 18. Angelica Ceccone finished with 17 points, and Jerbia Smith added 16.

The Lakers were paced by Anamaria Skaro’s 18 points. They got 16 more from Ayana Vaugh, and Tiffany Vaughn scored 14.

Garrett took advantage of a low-scoring first half to take a 27-25 lead, but the offenses took over in the second half and Montogmery outscored the Lakers 46-39.

Garrett (6-4) plays at the College of Southern Maryland on Friday.

Allegany    65

Northern Virginia    62

CUMBERLAND — Gina Rievel poured out 28 points and Allegany was able to maintain a tight lead over Northern Virginia to capture a three-point win Saturday at Bob Kirk Arena.

Rievel sank eight field goals and added a 6 of 10 performance from foul line. Allegany graduate Courtney Landis added 16 points and Kierra Williams added eight.

NOVA was led by Anna Walker’s 19 points and by Jasmine Orsted with 13 more. Brianna Washington and Jonee Finney both scored 12.

The Trojans held a 28-27 lead at halftime.

Allegany plays at Cecil College on Wednesday.

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