ROMNEY, W.Va. — Drew Keckley scored nine of his 13 points in overtime to lead Hampshire over visiting Allegany 69-59 Tuesday evening at Hampshire High School.
The Trojans battled back from a nine-point halftime deficit and actually had the lead before a made free throw by the Campers’ Landon Watkins forced overtime.
Hampshire’s Trevor Sardo scored a game-high 20 points on eight field goals including a 3-pointer and he was perfect on three foul shots. Keckley also had a 3 out of his five baskets and made 2 of 3 free throws. Seth Eaton and Matt Kerns had eight points each and Mikah Anderson and Alex Hott scored six points apiece.
Allegany, led by Solomon Green’s 19 points, led 16-11 after the first quarter and 29-20 at halftime. Green’s points came on five baskets including three 3-pointers and 6 of 8 from the foul line. Grant Cain added 13 points and Caiden Chorpenning had 11.
Hampshire took a 40-39 lead into the fourth quarter and regulation ended at 54-all.
Hampshire also won the junior varsity game 43-42. Ethan Shanholtz led the way with 19 points and Cohen Mowery and Ashton Haslacker had eight each. Cayden Bratton led Allegany with 15 points. Demetrius Hilton scored 11 and Connor Sevinsky had 10.
Allegany (3-14) visits Broadfording on Friday and Hampshire (6-13) is at Preston Saturday evening.
Frankfort 76, Moorefield 42
SHORT GAP, W.Va. — JJ Blank had 17 points and led four players in double figures as Frankfort jumped out to an early lead and cruised past Moorefield on Tuesday night.
All of Blank’s game-high tally came from the floor, where he made seven field goals, three of which were 3-pointers.
Isaiah Knotts and Bryceten Daubenmire added 13 points apiece, with Knotts hitting five shots with three from beyond the arc and Daubenmire collecting six field goals and 1 of 1 from the free-throw line, where the Falcons were a perfect 7 of 7.
Chris Kenney had 10 points and five rebounds, Will Toye had seven points, Dave Blanco recorded six points, six rebounds and five assists, Mason Davis tacked on six points and five rebounds and Brady Whitacre also grabbed five boards.
Frankfort led 25-7 after one and put it in cruise control from there, leading 44-14 at halftime and 57-23 entering the fourth.
Chase Vance led the Yellow Jackets with 12 points, Brent Moran added 11, Ryan McGregor had eight and Trevor Shoemaker scored six.
The Falcons won the jayvee game, 57-36, behind Toye’s 19 points. McGregor scored eight for Moorefield.
Frankfort (14-3) hosts Bishop Walsh Burgundy tonight at 7:30 p.m. The Yellow Jackets (7-9) travel to Robert C. Byrd on Saturday.
Fort Hill 79, Clear Spring 57
CUMBERLAND — Kantrell Stubbs and Corey Jackson combined for 39 points, leading Fort Hill to a comfortable win over Clear Spring on Tuesday night.
Stubbs tallied a game-high 20 points on six field goals, including a pair of 3-pointers, and 6 of 7 from the free-throw line, compiling all of the Sentinels’ production at the charity stripe.
Jackson added 19 points on seven field goals, five of which fell from beyond the arc, where Fort Hill knocked down 11 shots.
James Washington tacked on 12 points on six field goals, Korey Stafford and Allan Stevenson had eight points apiece and Ethan Whitacre had six.
The Sentinels trailed at the end of the first quarter, 16-13, but rebounded to take a 42-30 lead into halftime. They led 60-46 heading into the fourth.
Jakob Hall and Cole Weaver had 15 points each for Clear Spring.
Fort Hill won the jayvee game, 70-36, with Tavin Willis scoring 15 points and Breven Stubbs adding 14.
Last Thursday, the Sentinels fell to Maryland School for the Deaf, 66-60, despite Stubbs scoring a game-high 23 points.
Stubbs’ output came on seven field goals, three of which were 3s, and 6 of 9 from beyond the arc. Whiteacre added 15 points and Jay Talley had nine.
Logan Mullery scored 20 points to lead the JV team to a 63-41 victory.
Fort Hill (10-9) hosts Southern tonight.