10:59 PM EDT, March 31, 2013
Sunday, March 31, 2013
Buffalo Wild Wings Roundball Classic
At North Hagerstown HS
Boys DMV Elite Game
Suburban All-Stars 125, Metro All-Stars 108
South Hagerstown’s Devon King scored 11 points, pulled down 11 rebounds and had three steals to earn MVP honors and lead the Suburban stars over Metro All-Stars from the Washington area.
North Hagerstown’s Kenny McCrary scored eight points and had eight rebounds, Nick Johnson (Williamsport) had 10 rebounds and Ryan Crabtree (Williamsport) scored five points in the win.
Laurel’s Aaron Brown led the Metro with 29 points.
Boys Shooting Stars Game
Amercian 100, National 73
Devin Milton (Freedom-Woodbridge), who led the Amercian Stars with 20 points, was named MVP.
Mo Sallah (Broadfording) had nine points and pulled down 10 rebounds, Max Ober (North Hagerstown) scored seven points and had four assists and Cobi King (Smithsburg) had seven points for American.
Ryan Aaron (Clear Spring) scored six points for the National All-Stars.
Girls Elite Game
American 75, National 64
Caitlin McLister (Middletown) scored 10 points and was named MVP to help the American All-Stars pull away for the win.
Boonsboro’s Tiffany Bowman pulled down eight rebounds and Goretti’s Maggie Murray had three assists and four rebounds for American.
Williamsport’s Victoria Key scored 11 points and Dejiah Johnson (South Hagerstown) had 10 points for National.
Boys Border War Elite Challenge
Chesapeake Stars 103, Mason Dixon Stars 86
The Chesapeake All Stars were too much for the Mason Dixon All-Stars. Calvert’s Jermaine Hunter scored 13 points and had 11 rebounds to earn MVP honors as the Chesapeake stars overwhelmed the Mason Dixon Stars.
South Hagerstown’s Michael Hill scored nine points for the Mason Dixon stars, while Zach Faulkner (Greencastle) added eight points and Brandon Puffenbarger (Greencastle) had six rebounds.
Boys Mid-Atlantic Showcase
Charm City All-Stars 125, Capital Area All-Stars 102
Dunbar’s Daxter Miles scored 15 points and was named MVP to lead Charm City over Capital. Goretti’s Tyrus Fleetwood scored eight points for Charm City.
Nigel Johnson (Riverdale Baptist) scored 17 points and Saint James’ Nnamdi Enechionyia had two points for Capital.
Thomas Johnson Invitational
South Hagerstown Top 3 finishers
1. Century 132; 2. (tie) Mount Hebron 83, Thomas Johnson 83; 4. Tuscarora 63; 5. Urbana 37; 6. Catoctin 32; 7. Liberty 25; 8. Oakland Mills 23; 9. South Hagerstown 19; 10. Westminstere 17.
Shot Put — 3. Andrew Volz, 49-4; 4x100 Relay — 3. 45.21.
1. Middletown 116.5; 2. South Hagerstown 52; 3. C. H. Flowers 51; 4. Tuscarora 50; 5. Urbana 48.5; 6. Oakland Mills 44; 7. Liberty 42; 8. Mount Hebron 41; 9. (tie) Thomas Johnson 30.5, Century 30.5.
High Jump — 3. Whitney Jarrett, 4-8.
4x100 Relay — 1. 50.22.
200 — 3. Elizsha Streeter, 26.44.
400 Hurdles — 1. Hayley Freeman, 1:06.56.
400 — 2. Elizsha Streeter, 1:01.97.
100 Hurdles — 3. Hayley Freeman, 15.77.
Clear Spring sweepsto division title
The Clear Spring Blast won their division at the MSSL spring college showcase in New Jersey with a pair of one-goal victories.
The Blast defeated West Chester (Pa.) United and Guilderland (N.Y.) United, each by 1-0 scores. Brayden Tiner scored and Colton Myers had the assist in the opener, while Neal Dessouvi had the goal off an Derek Cermano assist in the nightcap.
Benjamin Troupe had 14 total saves in the two shutouts.
Unfinished Business 15U goes 3 – 0
Chillies Easter Round Robin
at Gettysburg High School
UB def. Hollidaysburg, Pa. 54 – 47
UB def. W.Va. Heat (Martinsburg, W.Va) 63 – 22
UB def. Md. Hoopmasters (Baltimore, Md.) 41 – 37
Covert claims Flyer opener
Jason Covert won the Buchanan Auto Stores Three State Flyer late model opening event Saturday night at Hagerstown Speedway
“Thanks to the guys,” said Covert, of York Haven, Pa. ”I had to work today and they took care of the car for me, so all the credit goes to them. They worked that hard so I thought I better drive that hard.”
After starting seventh in the stellar field, he battled and inched his way to the front until taking the lead from last season’s opening day winner, Gregg Satterlee.
Covert’s triumph was his overall career 100th.
In the Ernie D’s pure stocks, Kevin Boyer, of Frederick, Md., pulled off a two length win over defending champion, Tony Catlett.
Starting fifth, Boyer battled two and three wide until he got to second by the fifth lap and then took the lead from Keith Koontz the next circuit. Once out front, Catlett and Steve Kent continued pestering him lap after lap but he held steady to gain momentum off the final turn and spurt to the opening night win.
Race for Ryan winners
Two well-known Maryland Runners won the fourth annual Race for Ryan 6k at Grace Academy.
Justin Cole won the men’s division and Maureen Hallwon the women’s division.
All proceeds raised go to the Community Foundation of Washington County to provide a scholarship to an eligible senior in a Washington County public, private, or home school. More than 109 runners competed in the 6k.