Allegany beats HCC in overtime
South Hagerstown's Jessica Young rolls a shot during the Washington County Unified Bocce Championships on Saturday at North Hagerstown High School. Hancock won the county title for the second straight year. (By Kevin G. Gilbert/Staff Photographer / February 9, 2013)
ALLEGANY (3-19, 1-10)
Nightingale 24, Duncan 6, Briscoe 2, Hudson 2, Rhodes 18. Totals 19 12-17 52.
Halftime — HCC, 35-27. 3-point goals — HCC 6 (Connelly 2, Burch 4), Allegany 2 (Nightingale 2).
Shepherd 81, Concord 74
SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — Rachel Johnson scored 17 points and Shepherd University got double-doubles from two other players in the West Virginia Conference win over Concord.
Emily Daniel had 16 points, 13 rebounds and five assists, and Priscilla Moseh added 12 points, 13 rebounds and five assists for Shepherd (11-11, 10-8).
Washington County Championships
Hancock won the county championship for the second year in a row on Saturday.
The Panthers defeated North Hagerstown 13-4 in the final. They finished the regular season 13-1.
The state championships are Thursday at HCC.
Williamsport 55, Saint James 16
WILLIAMSPORT — Less than 24 hours after a loss to Boonsboro, Williamsport rebounded with a victory over Saint James.
Kate Wade led Williamsport (10-7) with 11 points and Hannah Kastelein had a team-high seven rebounds to go with six points.
Kerri Kline had 12 points for the Saints (6-14).
SAINT JAMES (6-14)
Kline 12, Fahey 2, Pennington 2. Totals 6 3-5 16.