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December 13, 2012

Fort Hill earns first win, hands Keyser only loss

CUMBERLAND — Alesha Jackson was perfect from the foul line and Sarah Lowery recorded a double-double as the Fort Hill Sentinels picked up their first win and handed the Keyser Golden Tornado its first loss in a 55-39 AMAC contest played at Fort Hill.

Lowery matched her 13 points by getting 13 rebounds, and Jackson was 10 of 10 from the stripe on her way to 16 points. Sydney Winn contributed with 12 points, five rebounds and three steals.

Fort Hill led for most of the evening, but was able to pull away before the second half. The Sentinels led 13-9 and 26-20 at the end of the frist two quarters before pulling away for a 42-29 lead at the end of the third.

Keyser’s Katie Hoban  led her team with 13 points.

Morgan Cranford scored 17 points as Fort Hill won the jayvee game 47-41 in overtime.  Abbie Stevens had 14 points for the Sentinels, and Kaitlynn Tichnell had 23 for Keyser.

Fort Hill (1-2, 1-1 AMAC) plays at Bishop Walsh at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday. Keyser (3-1, 2-1) is at Northern on Friday.

Southern    38

Frankfort    26


OAKLAND — Hannah Horne scored 16 points to lead Southern to an AMAC girls basketball victory over Frankfort Wednesday night at Southern.

Horne hit six field goals, including a three-pointer, to lead the Rams, while Raeslee Weimer scored eight points, hitting two three-pointers. On the night, Southern hit four threes and went 10 for 12 from the free-throw line.

Frankfort was led by Alyssa Lantz with 11 points.

Southern led 10-5 at the end of one, 20-12 at the half and 24-18 after three.

Southern (3-0 overall, 2-0 AMAC) will play Thursday, Dec. 20 at Tucker County. Frankfort (1-2 overall and in the AMAC) will host Berkeley Springs Tuesday.

Frankfort won the junior varsity game, 31-26. Carly Jones had seven for Frankfort and Holly Weissgerber and Brianna Evans both had nine points.

Hope for Hyndman    63

Hancock    34


HYNDMAN, Pa. — Hope for Hyndman was ahead by 12 at the end of the first quarter, and by 21 at the end of the first half Wednesday night as the Hornets won their first game of the season by beating Hancock.

Karly Willison and Katie Cosgrove finished with 14 points each, and were joined in double figures by Sara Leydig’s 12 points and Jessica Ringler’s 11. Jaslissa Snyder scored only two points, but grabbed a team-high 13 rebounds in the win.

Wagner scored 10 points for the Panthers and McKinley added nine.

Hyndman (1-1) plays again Monday when it travels to Johnstown Christian.

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