CUMBERLAND — Kelsey O’Neal tallied a double-double, as she and teammate Jordan Chaney scored 22 points apiece and Allegany took care of business against Meyersdale, 63-37, on Wednesday night in high school girls basketball action.

O’Neal’s shared game-high came on eight field goals, including a pair of three-pointers, and 4 of 5 from the free-throw line to go along with 16 rebounds, six assists and five steals.

Chaney’s 22 points all came from the floor, where she knocked down 10 shots, with two coming from three-point land. She also had five boards and three steals.

Rachel Bush tacked on nine points and five rebounds for the Campers, who led at the conclusion of each quarter (17-8, 31-19 and 44-27).

Jaden Cerreta’s 14 points was a team-high for the Red Raiders, who knocked down seven three-pointers.

Allegany (8-10) has the weekend off before traveling to Northern on Monday, 7:30 p.m.

Southern 66, Bishop Walsh 45

OAKLAND — Southern’s offensive balance was on display again Wednesday evening as the Rams had three players score in double figures in defeating visiting Bishop Walsh.

Hannah Owens led the Rams (17-1) with 15 points while Emilee Tasker scored 13 and Brooke Davis added 12. Laina Holler, with three baskets and a 3 for 3 game at the line, finished with nine.

Southern built a 16-9 lead by the end of the first quarter and steadily increased it, leading by 13 at halftime, 33-20, and by 15 after three quarters, 47-32.

The Spartans (13-6) were powered by Grace Bearinger’s 12 points on six field goals. Sarah Wharton had 10 on four baskets and two free throws while Haleigh Cromwell had eight. Three — Karli O’Neal, Gigi Jessie and Jillian Bako — had five each.

Bishop Walsh visits Fort Hill tonight in a varsity only game starting at 6:30 p.m. Southern gets a chance to avenge its only loss of the season when it hosts Coppin Academy Saturday evening at 7 p.m. The Eagles defeated the Rams last Saturday 51-44.

East Hardy 54, Paw Paw 16

BAKER, W.Va. — Taylor Strawderman scored a game-high 21 points and Katee Short added 12 as East Hardy defeated visiting Paw Paw Wednesday evening.

Hana Hendrickson led the Pirates with six points and Maristy Crosco had five. Halle Galliher pulled down 10 rebounds while Hendrickson had seven.

Strawderman had 10 makes and was 1 of 2 from the line. Short made six field goals.

The Cougars’ (4-12) victory snapped an eight-game losing streak.

Paw Paw (0-11) hosted Northern on Thursday.

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