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January 7, 2013

Hyndman rolls to 65-24 win

HYNDMAN, Pa. — Tim Leydig hit four three-point goals and scored 16 points as Hope for Hyndman Charter School rolled past McConnellsburg, 65-24, Monday night.

Ten players scored for the Hornets (6-2), who substituted freely throughout the second half. Jordan Bingman added 11 points and Chad Deneen nine.

Hunter Miller had eight points for McConnellsburg, which trailed 34-12 at halftime.

Hyndman plays again Wednesday at Paw Paw and will host Rockwood on Friday.

Berlin    75

Salisbury    47


SALISBURY, Pa. — Jake Snyder hit four three-point goals and scored 25 points to spark Berlin over Salisbury.

Berlin led 17-4 after one quarter. After Salisbury scored 20 points in the second quarter to close to within 30-24, Berlin put up 30 in the third for a commanding 60-29 spread.

Nathan Bodes had a big game with 22 points for Salisbury, which will host Meyersdale on Wednesday.

Allegany freshmen beat Keyser, 41-33

CUMBERLAND — Jason Copman scored 16 points to lead the Allegany freshman to a 41-33 victory over Keyser Monday evening at Allegany High School.

Bryson Shepherd added nine points and Tyler Eirich added eight.

Keyser was paced by B. Blackburn’s 12 points and Q. Peck’s seven.

Allegany visits Altoona White on Thursday beginning at 3:30 p.m.

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