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December 28, 2012

Wormack’s big night powers Allegany to win

Freshman scores 15 points, grabs 20 rebounds

WILLIAMSPORT — In just the seventh game of her high-school career, freshman Micah Wormack grabbed the second-most rebounds in a single game in school history as her 20 boards led Allegany to a 68-46 win over Jefferson on the opening day of the Williamsport Holiday Tournament on Friday.

Wormack added 15 points to her rebounding performance and was the main reason the Campers had a double-digit lead by the end of the first quarter. Rachel Wormack added 15 rebounds, eight points and four steals and Courtney Landis scored a game-high 19 points and seven steals.

Keke Paige scored nine points, collected six rebounds and handed out four assists. The Campers had a total of 52 rebounds as a team.

Micah Wormack’s 20 rebounds were one shy of the single-game school record of 21 set by her sister, Leah Wormack, in January of 2011.

Marissa Jones had 12 points for Jefferson (0-10).

The Campers (5-2) will play Williamsport today at 3 o’clock in the championship game. The Wildcats beat Berkeley Springs 43-34.

Hampshire    53

Buckhannon-Upshur    23


ROMNEY, W.Va. — Hampshire needed overtime to beat Buckhannon-Upshur three weeks ago, but the Trojans were in control by the end of the first quarter in a 30-point win in the rematch during the first day of the Trojan Athletic Association Holiday Tournament.

Erika Gordon had team highs with 14 points and six rebounds and Mary Feaster had four three-point shots for 12 points to lead the Trojans, who led 28-10 at halftime and 42-19 through three quarters.

Hampshire had beaten Buckhannon-Upsur 43-37 in overtime earlier this month.

Hampshire (5-2) plays South Hagerstown, which beat Martinsburg 51-43, in today’s 3 p.m. championship game.

North Marion    65

Frankfort    43


FAIRMONT, W.Va. — Mikala Miller and Katie Jan finished in double-figure scoring, but the pair wasn’t able to keep Frankfort on pace with North Marion at the Fairmont Christmas Tournament.

Miller scored a team high 15 points and Jan finished with 10. Taylor Sisk led the Falcons (4-3) with 11 rebounds.

Frankfort plays host Fairmont in today’s 5:45 game.

John Carroll    58

Southern    38


OAKLAND — John Carroll imposed its will over the course of four quarters to hand Southern its first loss of the season in the Snowflake Classic at Southern.

John Carroll, up 9-3 after   the first qaurter, scored 19 points in the second in building a 28-17 halftime lead.

The Rams played better in the second half but were unable to cut into the lead, which was 41-27 after three quarters.

Ashley Hunter had 14 points for John Carroll and Alicia Roth had 14 for Southern.

The Rams (4-1) will play at Allegany in an Appalachian Mountain Athletic Conference game on Wednesday at 7:30.

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