McCrary also had 15 points and seven blocks to go with his 22 rebounds in the win over Thomas Johnson. Hubs teammate Max Ober poured in a career-high 21 points in the same game.
Highland View Academy’s Hunter Sorenson had 30 points in a 102-57 victory over Fulton County Christian on Tuesday. In the same game, Ray Fisher had a rare quadruple-double with 16 points, 12 rebounds 11 assists and 12 steals for Highland View.
Donte Grantham, Martinsburg’s 6-foot-8 star, had back-to-back 26-point games against Saint James on Saturday and Jefferson on Tuesday.
North’s Kayla Peterson had 13 points and 15 rebounds in a loss to Thomas Johnson.
Sarah Haynes of Berkeley Springs had 32 points against Keyser.
Hedgesville’s Kristen Nunn popped in 25 points and added nine assists against Musselman.
* The national scoring leaders in prep basketball:
Girls — Ashley Kelsick, a guard/forward from Highland High School in Palmdale, Calif., is averaging 38.9 points through 12 games.
Boys — Ashton West, of Tri-City Christian in Independence, Mo., is averaging 43.2 points through eight games.
Twelve teams from three states will have at it Friday and Saturday at the annual Rebel Duals at South Hagerstown.
The field includes nine teams from Maryland (Williamsport, Broadneck, Century, Linganore, Seneca Valley, Thomas Johnson, Walkersville, Winston Churchill and host South), two from West Virginia (Martinsburg and Musselman) and one from Pennsylvania (James Buchanan).
While James Buchanan is the defending Rebel champion, Musselman might be the team to beat. The Applemen, led by 152-pounder Cody Spinks, a two-time state champ, currently are No. 10 in the West Virginia Class AAA state rankings.
Broadneck, Century and Williamsport all seemingly have the lineups to win it all, too.
Broadneck is led by Cameron Harrell, who last year defeated North Hagerstown’s Brendon Colbert 3-2 in the Maryland 4A-3A state final at 120.
“It’s going to be the toughest field we’ve ever had,” South coach Thomas Ashby said. “Ten matches in two days — it’s really going to test people’s stamina, heart and will.”
Each team will wrestle five matches Friday and five more Saturday. Final team standings will be based on the two-day records.
An outstanding wrestler will be decided for each weight class, and one overall outstanding wrestler also will be named.
The action, which will be spread out over four mats, begins at 4 p.m. Friday and resumes at 10 a.m. Saturday.
Indoor track & field
The 22nd annual Washington County championships will be held Friday at Hagerstown Community College, beginning at 3:45 p.m.
The Williamsport boys and Boonsboro girls are the defending team champions.
The Williamsport boys are the favorites to win again, after their dominant victory at the MVAL Antietam championships earlier this month.
The Boonsboro girls, who also are the reigning Maryland Class 1A state champs, will have to find a way to get past Williamsport Friday in order to repeat. At the MVAL Antietam meet, the Williamsport girls finished second to Oakdale, while Boonsboro was edged for third by North Carroll.
The race of the day might be the girls 1,600-meter run. With North Hagerstown’s Emily Ward (season-best 5:21.57), Boonsboro’s Sarah Zielinski (5:24.18), Williamsport’s Meggan Grams (5:27.22) and Boonsboro’s Kortney Cunningham (5:27.68) all in the race, the meet-record time of 5:29.24, set in 2004 by Clear Spring’s Ashley Lockard, seems certain to go down.
— This week’s prep notebook was compiled by assistant sports editor Andrew Mason and staff writer Tim Koelble.