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February 12, 2013

Mountain Ridge wins 6th straight

FROSTBURG — Mountain Ridge again had at least three players score in double figures as the third-ranked Miners won their sixth game in a row with a 45-34 win over Petersburg Tuesday at Mountain Ridge.

Shae Winner led the Miners with 13 points, while Anna Broadwater and Sarah Raines both scored 11 points. Broadwater also had six rebounds and four assists, while Raines had six assists and four steals.

Mountain Ridge broke an 8-8 first-quarter tie to open a 26-15 lead at the half, then increased the lead to 40-22 entering the fourth.

Petersburg was led by Brittani Bible, who scored a game-high 18 points.

Mountain Ridge (15-3) will host Keyser Thursday. Petersburg (5-12) will host East Hardy tonight.

Mountain Ridge also won the junior varsity game, 44-30. Lexi Metz scored 16 for the Miners while Ashlyn Hormuth had 11. Taylor See scored 15 for the Vikings.

Faith 39, Calvary 38

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — After overcoming a large deficit in the fourth quarter, Calvary was in position to shoot a potential game-winner before a costly turnover washed the chance away during a loss to Faith in Mason-Dixon Christian Conference basketball.

Down 10 after the first quarter, the Eagles were able to keep Faith from pulling away over the second and third quarters before entering the fourth down 33-23. After pulling to within a point at 39-38, Calvary had the ball and a play for the final shot with 10 seconds remaining when a turnover secured the win for Faith.

Amanda Deneseus scored 13 points and scored all but three of those during the second half to keep Faith out in front. Allie Romaine added nine points, all coming in the first half, and Hanna Dopson finished with eight.

Calvary’s Savannah Reed had a dominating performance with 23 points, and Kerenne Shaffer added eight points, six rebounds and five steals. Karly Hipsley led the team with eight rebounds to go with four steals and three points.

The Eagles (13-7, 6-5) finish the regular season when they play Friday at Cumberland Valley to decide who finishes third in the MDCC.

McConnellsburg    52

Hyndman    31


HYNDMAN, Pa. — Jessi Keefer led McConnellsburg with 18 points in a 52-31 win at Hyndman Tuesday.

McConnellsburg led the whole game as the Hornets failed to knock down makeable baskets. The Spartans were up 12-9 after one and 23-14 at halftime.

They extended their lead with a 15-9 third quarter followed by a 14-8 fourth.

Karly Willison led Hyndman (8-10) with eight points.

Hyndman hosts Johnstown tonight at 6 p.m.

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