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Mason-Dixon Girls Results

By Staff | Feb 18, 2009

In the Mason-Dixon Night of Champions on Feb. 7 at Bishop Donahue High School, the Hundred Lady Hornets Paden City 75-43 in the fourth place game, while the Valley Lumberjills lost to Morgantown Trinity 38-28 in the third place matchup.

The Cameron Dragons defeated the Notre Dame Irish 63-30 in the second place game, while Bishop Donahue defeated Clay-Battelle 58-46 in the first place contest.

Trinity 38,

Valley 28

The ‘Jills fell behind early against Trinity and couldn’t recover in the 38-28 contest. Hannah Shaw paced Valley with 11 points and six rebounds, while Aly Weber contributed 10 points, including a three pointer. Tiffany Hayes netted four points, while Brittany Guthrie and Lesta Kocher netted four and two points, respectively.

Hundred 75,

Paden City 43

The Lady Hornets were on fire to start the game and the Paden City Wildcats couldn’t put it out the Hundred defeated the Lady Wildcats for the third time this season, 75-43.

The trio of Nancy Cumberledge, Jordyn Gorby and Raven McDiffitt tallied 22, 19 and 18 points respectively. Cumberledge also contributed 10 steals and 10 rebounds for her first career triple double. When she wasn’t stealing the ball from the ‘Cats, scoring, rebounding and pulling down rebounds, she was picking herself off the floor with her scrappy defensive pressure.

Gorby and McDiffitt added double-doubles with 12 rebounds each to go with their tallies. Chelsea Kuhn drilled two baskets from beyond the arc to go along with her seven markers, while Lindsay Burley netted six points. Shayna Tedrow and Hayley Hayes chipped in with a deuce and a free throw, respectively, for the Lady Hornets.

Courtney Conaway had the best offensive night of her career with 20 points, including a three pointer, while Alli Bertozzi continued her exceptional season with another double-double, 11 points and 17 rebounds. Amanda Tallman scored seven markers, while Sasha Newson and Shauna Durant added three and two points, respectively, for the ‘Cats.