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Steelers get overachieving Dolphins

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PRESS FILE

Miami dolphins quarterback Matt Moore is one example of a bewildering team making the playoffs. They will face the Steelers in Sunday’s nFl Wildcard.

They will face the Steelers in Sunday’s nFl Wildcard. How’d they do it? Stats don’t reflect

How’d they do it? Stats don’t reflect Dolphins’ success

STEVEN WINE

Associated Press

DAVIE, Fla. — Outscored. Out- gained. And in the playoffs? The numbers don’t add up for the Miami Dolphins, who have overachieved to earn their first

postseason berth since 2008. They have allowed 17 more points than they’ve scored, and have been outgained by 798 yards, more than all but three other teams in the NFL. Their defense ranks 29th after giving up a fran- chise-record 6,122 yards, and their offense ranks 24th. They’re a modest plus-two in turnover differential. Yet somehow the Dolphins managed to go 10-6 to earn the AFC’s final wild-card berth and a first-round matchup

at Pittsburgh on Sunday. “It’s interesting to look at our numbers,” offensive coordinator Clyde Christensen said. “You re- ally don’t see an explanation. It has kind of been funny.” Oddsmakers aren’t amused. Without glittery statistics — and without injured quarterback Ryan Tannehill — the Dolphins are 10-point underdogs, the biggest margin of the wild-card weekend.

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MLB

Mariners acquire O’s Gallardo

Baltimore Orioles gets outfielder Seth Smith

TIM BOOTH

Associated Press

SEATTLE — The Mariners landed another option for their pitching rotation on Friday, ac- quiring right-hander Yovani Gal- lardo from the Baltimore Orioles for outfielder Seth Smith. Seattle also will receive $2 mil- lion from the Orioles, equalizing

the 2017 salaries of the players, in

a deal that may solve concerns for

both teams. “Gallardo gives us the vet- eran presence that we have been searching for,” Seattle general manager Jerry Dipoto said. “He has a track record of durability and success as a starting pitcher. After examining the free agent and trade market, Yovani is the

best fit for our club as we move forward this offseason.” The acquisition of another potential starter was high on Seattle’s list of needs after the Mariners traded Taijuan Walker to Arizona in November. Gallardo was 6-8 with a 5.32 ERA in 23

starts last year with the Orioles,

a season that included a lengthy

early season stint on the disabled list due to shoulder issues. Two seasons ago Gallardo was 13-11 with a 3.42 ERA in 33 starts with Texas. “”It was tough. Last year wasn’t fun for me,” Gallardo said. “It was down for year for me. It didn’t start off the right way. I showed up to spring training late

after signing late and I got started

a little bit later than normal. That

injury early in the year, it was very frustrating. I think this offseason I’ve done everything I can to pre- pare myself to avoid that for the rest of my career. I’m looking for- ward to a bounce back year.” Seattle is hoping Gallardo can revert to that past form. Prior to his one season with the Orioles,

Gallardo had made at least 30 starts in seven straight seasons

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straight seasons Please see OrIOLES, Page C5 HS BaSKEtBaLL MICHaEL BuPP , THE SENTINEL red land’s

MICHaEL BuPP, THE SENTINEL

red land’s head coach Mike Zangari yells instructions to his team against Cedar Cliff on Friday at red land high School.

Wright leads the charge

Dillin Wright, Red Land fend off rival

Colts; Patriots girls fall

GEOFF MORROW

The Sentinel

FAIRVIEW TWP. — Battling student sections — the Red Sea vs. the Golden Corral — certainly gave no indication their boys basketball teams entered Friday night with one combined victory. Neither did the quality of play at Red Land High School, where

the host Patriots needed to pluck every bit of savvy from deep down to post a 59-55 Mid-Penn Keystone victory over arch rival Cedar Cliff. Dillin Wright matched a career high with 22 points, pocketing 13 of those in the fourth quarter as 23-year-old head coach Mike Zangari collected his first divi- sion win leading the Patriots (2- 8, 1-5). “Best player on your team needs to show up in the big mo-

ments, and any Red Land-Cedar Cliff game, the fourth quarter is going to be a big moment, and he rose to the occasion,” Zan- gari, Red Land’s all-time leading scorer, said of Wright, who only recently returned from an ankle injury. “That’s what we’ve grown to expect from him, from what we’ve known in practice. Hope- fully this is him turning the cor- ner with the ankle, and hopefully for our team this is us turning the corner.” Zangari’s first season has al- ready seen plenty of drama, with Wright and big man Josh Snyder missing the first several weeks with injury, and 6-foot-6 soph- omore Kalen Veres suddenly leaving the team late last month to transfer to Trinity. “As far as my first win, it’s more about these guys,” Zangari said. “The seniors able to get their first Keystone win (of the season) against Cedar Cliff is a good feel- ing, and it’s well-earned. These

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it’s well-earned. These Please see BaSKEtBaLL, Page C4 MICHaEL BuPP , THE SENTINEL red land’s angel

MICHaEL BuPP, THE SENTINEL

red land’s angel dejesus, left, passes as Cedar Cliff’s Pat Wiestling defends at red land high School.

GOLF

Spieth makes charge at Kapalua

Jordan Spieth made nine birdies, but still isn’t contending

DOUG FERGUSON

Associated Press

KAPALUA, Hawaii — Jordan Spieth made nine birdies Fri- day with the kind of round that should have put him in conten- tion at the SBS Tournament of Champions. Except for two holes, he might have been.

Instead, Spieth left Kapalua thinking more about a high finish than a title defense. He made a double bogey on the par-3 eighth when his ball caught a wicked lie in the bun- ker and his next shot buried in deep rough. What really irritated him was a bad drive on the 17th, compounded by not getting the right yardage and laying up into a hazard, leading to triple bogey. “I’ll struggle for the next cou- ple hours getting over 17 kind of throwing me out of the tourna- ment,” Spieth said after his 69.

“Just feel like it’s going to be too big of an uphill battle. But I can get myself probably 12- to 14-under par the next two days and finish in the top five. So that becomes the next goal.” He spoke outside the scoring trailer, still running hot enough to rule himself out so quickly. Spieth was at 5-under 141. He was six shots behind not long after he finished, and he would likely not be too much further back.

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not be too much further back. Please see GOLF, Page C5 ASSOCIATED PRESS Jordan Spieth hits

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Jordan Spieth hits from the second tee during the second round of the Tournament of Champions on Friday at Kapalua Plantation Course in Kapalua, hawaii.

C2 | Saturday, January 7, 2017

SCOREBOARD

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Starting lineup

Saturday coverage

 
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LOCAL SCHEDULE

 

TV SCHEDULE

TODAY

TODAY

 

10

a.m., FS1 — Fa Cup, Sutton united vs. Wimbledon

BOYS BASKETBALL harrisburg academy at St. Joseph’s Catholic

 

COLLEGE BASKETBALL Noon, CBSSN — dePaul at Seton hall

 

10

a.m., FS2 — Fa Cup, Barrow vs. rochdale

1:30

12:30 p.m., FS1 — Fa Cup, Preston north end vs. arsenal

Mount Calvary at West Shore Christian

6

Noon, FOX — Butler at Georgetown

 

WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL Noon, BTN — Michigan at Ohio St.

Waynesboro at Mechanicsburg

6:30

1 p.m., ESPN — Michigan St. vs. Penn St.

 

Bermudian Springs at Big Spring

7:30

1 p.m., ESPNU — tCu at West Virginia

 

2

p.m., BTN — northwestern at Maryland

east Pennsboro at hershey

7:30

1 p.m., NBCSN — uMass at VCu

 

4

p.m., BTN — rutgers at illinois

GIRLS BASKETBALL harrisburg academy at St. Joseph’s Catholic

 

1 p.m., SEC — Missouri at Georgia

 

SUNDAY

COLLEGE BASKETBALL Noon, NBCSN — richmond at George Washington

noon

1:30 p.m., CBS — texas a&M at South Carolina

 

lancaster Catholic at trinity

2:30

2 p.m., CBSSN — Creighton at Providence

holy redeemer at Camp hill

4:30

2:30 p.m., FS1 — St. John’s at Xavier

 

2 p.m., NBCSN — davidson at Saint louis

Mount Calvary at West Shore Christian

4:30

3

p.m., ESPNU — Clemson at notre dame

 

2:15 p.m., BTN — northwestern at nebraska

east Pennsboro at hershey

6

3

p.m., ESPNEWS — Oklahoma at Kansas St.

4

p.m., ESPNU — Wichita St. at n. iowa

Greenwood at northern

 

6:30

3

p.m., NBCSN — St. Joseph’s (ny) at Fordham

4:30 p.m., BTN — rutgers at iowa

Big Spring at Bermudian Springs

7:30

3:15 p.m., ESPN2 — Maryland at Michigan

4:30 p.m., CBS — Wisconsin at Purdue

WRESTLING Big Spring at Central dauphin duals

 

3:30 p.m., SEC — Mississippi St. at lSu

5 p.m., CBSSN — uCF at uConn

9 a.m.

4

p.m., CBSSN — S. illinois at Missouri St.

7:30 p.m., BTN — Ohio St. at Minnesota

Carlisle at north hagerstown tournament

9 a.m.

 

5

p.m., ESPNU — illinois at indiana

 

8

p.m., ESPNU — Wake Forest at Virginia

 

northern at Cumberland Valley duals

9 a.m.

 
 

5

p.m., ESPNEWS — South Florida at SMu

 

8

p.m., FS1 — Stanford at uCla

 

Mechanicsburg at line Mountain tournament

9 a.m.

 
 

5

p.m., NBCSN — George Mason at St. Bonaventure

 

10

p.m., ESPNU — California at Southern Cal

 

red land at Biglerville Canner duals

9 a.m.

 
 

5:15 p.m., ESPN2 — tennessee at Florida

   

GOLF

trinity, West Perry at Juniata tournament

9 a.m.

6

p.m., CBSSN — unlV at utah St.

 

3 p.m., GOLF — Web.com tour, the Bahamas Great exuma Classic, first round

Boiling Spring at tool City tournament, at Meadville hS

9:30 a.m.

6

p.m., SEC — Mississippi at auburn

 
   

3

p.m., NBC — PGa tour, SBS tournament of Champions, final round

SWIMMING Cumberland Valley at Wilson hosted invitational, at Bucknell univer-

 

7

p.m., ESPNU — Vanderbilt at alabama

 
 

5

p.m., GOLF — PGa tour, SBS tournament of Champions, final round

 

sity

10 a.m.

 

7

p.m., ESPNEWS — Oklahoma St. at Baylor

 
 

MOTOR SPORTS 6:30 p.m., NBCSN — dakar rally, Stage 6 (taped)

COLLEGE MEN’S BASKETBALL Central Penn at Penn State york

 

7:15 p.m., ESPN2 — texas tech at Kansas

3

7:30 p.m., FS1 — Marquette at Villanova

 

NBA

Widener at Messiah

 

5

8 p.m., ESPN — nC State at north Carolina

 

8 p.m., NBA — utah at Memphis

haverford at dickinson

 

7

8:30 p.m., SEC — arkansas at Kentucky

NFL WILD CARD

COLLEGE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL haverford at dickinson

 

9 p.m., ESPNU — Cincinnati at houston

1 p.m., CBS — aFC, Miami at Pittsburgh

2

 

4:30 p.m., FOX — nFC, n.y. Giants at Green Bay

 

9:15 p.m., ESPN2 — texas at iowa St.

 

Widener at Messiah

 

3

 

11 p.m., ESPNU — San diego St. at Boise St.

 

NHL

Central Penn at Penn State york

6

 

8 p.m., NBCSN — Minnesota at anaheim

11:15 p.m., ESPN2 — nevada at new Mexico

   

RUGBY

COLLEGE WRESTLING Shippensburg vs. Messiah at north South duals at Collegeville, Pa 9:30 a.m.

 

COLLEGE FOOTBALL Noon, ESPN2 — nCaa FCS Championship, youngstown St. vs. James Madison

 

10 a.m., NBCSN — english Premiership, Wasps vs. leicester tigers

SOCCER 8:30 a.m., FS1 — Fa Cup, liverpool vs. Plymouth argyle

 

AHL utica at hershey

 

COLLEGE HOCKEY

 
 

7

9:50 a.m., FS2 — Fa Cup, Chelsea vs. Peterborough united

 

7 p.m., NBCSN — Michigan tech at notre dame

 
   
 

SUNDAY

 

FOOTBALL

 

11 a.m., FS1 — Fa Cup, tottenham vs. aston Villa

AHL Wilkes-Barre/Scranton at hershey

 

1 p.m., NBC — high schools, u.S. army all-american Bowl

 

SKIING

5

GOLF

 

6 a.m., NBCSN — FiS alpine World Cup, Women’s Slalom

 

4

p.m., NBC — PGa tour, SBS tournament of Champions, third round

 

7:30 a.m., NBCSN — FiS alpine World Cup, Men’s Slalom

SCOREBOARD

6

p.m., GOLF — PGa tour, SBS tournament of Champions, third round

WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL Noon, ESPNU — South Carolina at Florida

MOTOR SPORTS Noon, NBCSN — dakar rally, Stage 5 (taped)

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Monmouth (nJ) 92, iona 74

 

noon, SeC — Vanderbilt at Georgia

 

rider 73, Marist 62 MIDWEST

 

Friday, Jan. 6 EAST

10 p.m., FS1 — aMa, Monster energy Supercross

 

1

p.m., CBSSn — Saint louis at VCu

 

akron 66, W. Michigan 59 dayton 67, rhode island 64

NFL WILD CARD 4:20 p.m., ABC & ESPN — aFC, Oakland at houston

1

p.m., eSPn2 — tulane at temple

SENTINEL SPORTS RESULTS

 

2

p.m., eSPnu — Kansas at iowa St.

8:15 p.m., NBC — nFC, detroit at Seattle

2

p.m., FS1 — Villanova at Providence

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RUGBY

10 a.m., NBCSN — english Premiership, Saracens vs. exeter Chiefs

2

p.m., SeC — texas a&M at Kentucky

3

p.m., CBSSn — George Washington at dayton

SKIING

 

3

p.m., eSPn2 — notre dame at Miami

 

6 a.m., NBCSN — FiS alpine World Cup, Women’s Giant Slalom

 

Contact us at:

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7:30 a.m., NBCSN — FiS alpine World Cup, Men’s Giant Slalom

4

p.m., FS1 — Oklahoma at West Virginia

Phone: 717-240-7106

 

Email: sportsdoor

SOCCER 7:30 a.m., FS1 — Fa Cup, Manchester united vs. reading

 

4

p.m., SeC — Mississippi at auburn

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5

p.m., eSPn2 — uCla at Washington

SCOREBOARD

TRANSACTIONS

BASEBALL American League ChiCaGO White SOX — designated OF Jason Coats for assignment. Claimed OF Willy Garcia off waivers from Pittsburgh. lOS anGeleS anGelS — assigned 1B Ji-Man Choi outright to Salt lake (PCl). MinneSOta tWinS — agreed to terms with rhPs raul Fernandez, drew rucinski and alex Wimmers; Cs eddy rodriguez and dan rohlfing; inFs tommy Field, Bengie Gonzalez, niko Goodrum, Matt hague, leonardo reginatto and Ben Paulsen; and OF J.B. Shuck on minor league contract. Seattle MarinerS — traded OF Seth Smith to Baltimore for rhP yovani Gallardo and cash. American Association laredO leMurS — Signed lhP harold Guerrero and rhP Markus Solbach. SiOuX City eXPlOrerS — released inF ino Patron. WinniPeG GOldeyeS — Signed 1B/OF david rohm.

Can-Am League OttaWa ChaMPiOnS — Signed C daniel Grauer. FOOTBALL

NFL MiaMi dOlPhinS — Waived de Jason Jones. CFL WinniPeG Blue BOMBerS — released QB Kevin Glenn.

HOCKEY

NHL ChiCaGO BlaCKhaWKS — assigned d Gustav Forsling and F Spencer abbott to rockford (ahl). dallaS StarS — loaned d Patrik nemeth to texas (ahl) for conditioning. neW yOrK ranGerS — assigned F Pavel Buchnevich to hartford (ahl). WaShinGtOn CaPitalS — recalled F liam O’Brien from hershey (ahl). AHL rOCheSter aMeriCanS — assigned d Brycen Martin to elmira (eChl). San antOniO raMPaGe — reassigned G Kent Simpson to Colorado (eChl). SOCCER MLS COluMBuS CreW — Promoted Crew SC academy director of methodology nico estevez to assistant coach.

COLLEGE

FlOrida — dt Caleb Brantley will enter the nFl draft. Promoted linebackers coach and co-defensive coordinator randy Shannon to defensive coordinator. GeOrGia teCh — named Craig Candeto quar- terbacks coach. nOrth CarOlina — rB elijah hood will enter the nFl draft. Penn State — Wr Chris Godwin will enter the nFl draft. WentWOrth teCh — announced the resigna- tion of women’s soccer coach Bobby desilets to take a similar position at Wheaton (Mass.). WeStern MiChiGan — announced the resigna- tion of football coach P.J. Fleck to take the same

position at Minnesota.

GOLF

FRIDAY

AT PLANTATION COURSE AT KAPALUA

KAPALUA, HAWAII

PURSE: $6.1 MILLION

YARDAGE: 7,452; PAR 73

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NCAA FOOTBALL

SATURDAY, DEC. 17 Celebration Bowl At Atlanta Grambling State 10, nC Central 9 New Mexico Bowl Albuquerque new Mexico 23, utSa 20 Las Vegas Bowl San diego State 34, houston 10 Camellia Bowl Montgomery, Ala. appalachian State 31, toledo 28 Cure Bowl Orlando, Fla. arkansas State 31, uCF 13 New Orleans Bowl Southern Miss. 28, louisiana-lafayette 21 MONDAY, DEC. 19

Miami Beach Bowl

tulsa 55, Central Michigan 10 TUESDAY, DEC. 20

Boca Raton (Fla.) Bowl Western Kentucky 51, Memphis 31 WEDNESDAY, DEC. 21

Poinsettia Bowl San Diego Byu 24, Wyoming 21 THURSDAY, DEC. 22

Famous Idaho Potato Bowl Boise idaho 61, Colorado State 50 FRIDAY, DEC. 23

Bahamas Bowl Nassau

Old dominion 24, eastern Michigan 20

Armed Forces Bowl

Fort Worth, Texas

louisiana tech 48, navy 45

Dollar General Bowl

Mobile, Ala.

troy 28, Ohio 23

SATURDAY, DEC. 24

Hawaii Bowl Honolulu

hawaii 52, Middle tennessee 35

MONDAY, DEC. 26

St. Petersburg (Fla.) Bowl

Mississippi State 17, Miami (Ohio) 16

Quick Lane Bowl Detroit

Boston College 36, Maryland 30

Independence Bowl

Shreveport, La.

nC State 41, Vanderbilt 17

TUESDAY, DEC. 27

Heart of Dallas Bowl

army 38, north texas 31, Ot

Military Bowl

Annapolis, Md.

Wake Forest 34, temple 26

Holiday Bowl

San Diego

Minnesota 17, Washington State 12 Cactus Bowl Phoenix Baylor 31, Boise State 12 WEDNESDAY, DEC. 28

Pinstripe Bowl Bronx, N.Y. northwestern 31, Pittsburgh 24 Russell Athletic Bowl Orlando, Fla. Miami 31, West Virginia 14 Foster Farms Bowl Santa Clara, Calif. utah 26, indiana 24 Texas Bowl Houston Kansas State 33, texas a&M 28 THURSDAY, DEC. 29

Birmingham (Ala.) Bowl South Florida 46, South Carolina 39, Ot Belk Bowl Charlotte, N.C. Virginia tech 35, arkansas 24 Alamo Bowl

San Antonio Oklahoma State 38, Colorado 8 FRIDAY, DEC. 30

Liberty Bowl Memphis, Tenn. Georgia 31, tCu 23 Sun Bowl El Paso, Texas Stanford 25, north Carolina 23 Music City Bowl Nashville, Tenn. tennessee 38, nebraska 24 Arizona Bowl Tucson, Ariz. air Force 45, South alabama 21 Orange Bowl Miami Gardens, Fla. Florida State 33, Michigan 32 SATURDAY, DEC. 31

Citrus Bowl Orlando, Fla. lSu 29, louisville 9 TaxSlayer Bowl Jacksonville, Fla. Georgia tech 33, Kentucky 18 CFP Semifinals Peach Bowl Atlanta alabama 24, Washington 7 Fiesta Bowl Glendale, Ariz. Clemson 31, Ohio State 0 MONDAY, JAN. 2

Outback Bowl Tampa, Fla. Florida 30, iowa 3 Cotton Bowl Arlington, Texas Wisconsin 24, Western Michigan 16 Rose Bowl Pasadena, Calif. Southern Cal 52, Penn State 49 Sugar Bowl New Orleans Oklahoma 35, auburn 19 MONDAY, JAN. 9

College Football Championship Tampa, Fla. alabama (14-0) vs. Clemson (13-1), 8:30 p.m. (eSPn)

SATURDAY, JAN. 21

East-West Shrine Classic At St. Petersburg, Fla. West vs. east, 3 p.m. (nFl) NFLPA Collegiate Bowl At Carson, Calif. national vs. american, 4 p.m. SATURDAY, JAN. 28

Senior Bowl At Mobile, Ala. South vs. north, 2:30 p.m. (nFl)

NFL

WILD-CARD PLAYOFFS

SATURDAY, JAN. 7

Oakland at houston, 4:35 p.m. (eSPn)

detroit at Seattle, 8:15 p.m. (nBC) SUNDAY, JAN. 8

Miami at Pittsburgh, 1:05 p.m. (CBS) n.y. Giants at Green Bay, 4:40 p.m. (FOX) DIVISIONAL PLAYOFFS

SATURDAY, JAN. 14

Seattle, Green Bay or n.y. Giants at atlanta, 4:35 p.m. (FOX) houston, Oakland or Miami at new england, 8:15 p.m. (CBS) SUNDAY, JAN. 15

Pittsburgh, houston or Oakland at Kansas City, 1:05 p.m. (nBC) Green Bay, n.y. Giants or detroit at dallas, 4:40 p.m. (FOX) CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

SUNDAY, JAN. 22

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PRO BOWL

SUNDAY, JAN. 29

AT ORLANDO, FLA.

aFC vs. nFC, 8 p.m. (eSPn) SUPER BOWL

SUNDAY, FEB. 5

AT HOUSTON

tBd, 6:30 p.m. (FOX)

NHL

NHL

EASTERN CONFERENCE

Montreal

Ottawa

Boston

toronto

tampa Bay

Florida

detroit

Buffalo

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Pts

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44

44

42

42

40

39

37

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119

94

98

113

114

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90

98

101

109

117

108

109

106

Columbus

Pittsburgh

n.y. rangers

Washington

Philadelphia

Carolina

new Jersey

n.y. islanders

GP

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38

41

38

40

38

39

36

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25

27

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20

17

16

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141 103

83

118 125

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92 115

104 113

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55

55

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45

41

39

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Chicago

Minnesota

St. louis

nashville

Central Division

L

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9

14

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37

39

38

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24

20

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52

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101

80

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116

124

nOte: two points for a win, one point for overtime loss. Thursday’s Games edmonton 4, Boston 3 Washington 5, Columbus 0 nashville 6, tampa Bay 1 Carolina 4, St. louis 2 Chicago 4, Buffalo 3, Ot detroit 4, los angeles 0 Minnesota 5, San Jose 4 Friday’s Games toronto at new Jersey, 7:30 p.m. nashville at Florida, 7:30 p.m. Carolina at Chicago, 8:30 p.m. n.y. islanders at Colorado, 9 p.m. arizona at anaheim, 10 p.m. Calgary at Vancouver, 10 p.m. Saturday’s Games Winnipeg at Buffalo, 1 p.m. tampa Bay at Philadelphia, 1 p.m. Minnesota at los angeles, 4 p.m. edmonton at new Jersey, 7 p.m. Boston at Florida, 7 p.m. n.y. rangers at Columbus, 7 p.m. Washington at Ottawa, 7 p.m. Montreal at toronto, 7 p.m. n.y. islanders at arizona, 8 p.m. dallas at St. louis, 8 p.m. Vancouver at Calgary, 10 p.m. detroit at San Jose, 10:30 p.m. Sunday’s Games tampa Bay at Pittsburgh, 5 p.m. Boston at Carolina, 5 p.m. Philadelphia at Columbus, 6 p.m. edmonton at Ottawa, 7 p.m. nashville at Chicago, 7 p.m. Minnesota at anaheim, 8 p.m. Monday’s Games Florida at new Jersey, 7 p.m. Washington at Montreal, 7:30 p.m. Calgary at Winnipeg, 8 p.m. dallas at los angeles, 10:30 p.m.

San Jose

122

117

129

41 19 19

38 12 25

GP

39

W

23

L

14

3

8

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2

8

7

2

4

3

5

41

40

25

Pts

48

48

47

44

42

41

27

113

100

77

GF

99

109

115

109

94

100

82

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EASTERN CONFERENCE

toronto

Boston

new york

Philadelphia

Brooklyn

atlanta

Charlotte

Washington

Orlando

Miami

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W

24

22

16

9

8

L

11

14

19

25

27

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.686

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.457

.265

.229

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W

20

20

17

16

11

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16

17

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LOCAL SPORTS

SaTurday, January 7, 2017 | C3

LOCAL BRIEFS

Mid-Penn to vote on Big Spring petition for swimming, XC

The Mid-Penn Conference agreed Thursday night during their Board of Directors meeting to send Big Spring’s request to keep swimming and cross country in the con- ference to the full membership for a vote later this month, according to Big Spring Superintendent Richard Fry. This is the next step in the school district’s plan to tran- sition from the Mid-Penn to the Tri-Valley League, which the school board is expected to vote on in February. Fry said it will take a 66-percent yes vote from the Mid- Penn for Big Spring to keep both sports in the conference. Tri-Valley does not have fully supported cross country or swimming programs. If the Mid-Penn votes against acceptance of the two sports, a move Big Spring is optimistic won’t happen, the

school district would likely end its pursuit of the TVL, Fry told The Sentinel previously. The Mid-Penn’s next athletic director’s meeting is Jan.

19 at 9:30 a.m. at the Cumberland Valley Administrative

Building. Big Spring currently has two information meet- ings open to the public on Monday and Jan. 25 at the high school, beginning at 6 p.m.

HS BOYS BASKETBALL

„ Carlisle grew its lead in the Mid-Penn Commonwealth

with a 77-70 home win over State College on Friday. The win, coupled with Harrisburg’s 66-61 win over CD East, gives the Thundering Herd (8-2, 6-0 Commonwealth) a two game lead over the Cougars, Panthers and State Col-

lege. Deshawn Millington tied a season high with 28 points, including a season-high four 3-pointers. Ethan Houston also bagged 22 points, while Gavyn Barnes tallied 15. Drew Friberg dropped 23 on the Herd.

„ Mechanicsburg maintained its hold on the Mid-Penn

Keystone, struggling in a 39-32 win over Lower Dauphin. Neither team scored for the first five minutes of the second half as the offense ground to a halt. But center Cade Alioth again pocketed a double-double, with 10 points and 18 re- bounds. He’s averaging a double-double this season with 12.3 boards a game. Shame Homick tallied six points and

14 boards, while Kyle Scheib scored 14 points.

„ Austin Gilbertson and Timmy Edwards did their usual

thing, scoring 23 and 19 points, respectively, in Trinity’s 66-47 win over Middletown. The Shamrocks (10-0, 5-0 Capital) stayed firmly entrenched atop the division with the win. Sean Good recorded a game-high 13 rebounds and eight blocks for Trinity.

HS GIRLS BASKETBALL

Laura Salzman netted 17 points to help Boiling Springs hang on for a 56-47 victory over Waynesboro Friday night, handing the Maidens their first Mid-Penn Colonial loss of the season. Erika Fink complemented Salzman’s team-high with 11 points, shooting 6-for-8 from the foul line. Melanie Barber followed up with 10 points in the Bubblers’ (5-5, 4-2) win. Waynesboro’s Cat Weber led all scorers with 18 points.

„ Northern cruised past James Buchanan 57-33 behind

17 points from Kyra Gerber for it’s first Colonial win of the

season. Teammate Cassie Smith added 15 points to the win, and Maddie Waitts ended the night with 10.

„ Ashley Dean pocketed 20 points as Trinity edged out

Middletown 40-36.

„ Big Spring’s Megan Emlet scored 12 points, but it

wasn’t enough for the Bulldogs in a 35-29 loss to Little- town.

CPIHL HOCKEY

„ Colin Nemshick scored twice and dished out two as-

sists as MSMCC rolled to a 6-2 win over Penn Manor in CPIHL Tier 3 action Friday.Cameron Moore’s first-period goal gives him 29 goals this season, tying his career high set last year.

LOCAL COLLEGE

„ Shippensburg’s Bertie Landes was named the 2016

Front Rush/National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division II Coach of the Year on Tuesday. This comes two months after the Raiders (20-3) won their second NCAA

title, a 2-1 win over LIU Post, and a month after she an- nounced her retirement after 18 seasons. Landes finished with a 302-77-1 record and SU made the PSAC Tournament

17 times under her watch.

„ Stephanie Knauer led the way with 24 points as Ship-

pensburg women’s basketball rolled past Bloomsburg 63-51. Knaur was an efficient 10-of-15 from the field and snagged seven rebounds. Morgan Griffith chipped in 10

points and eight points as well. Logan Snyder had 13 points.

„ Shippensburg also won their men’s basketball show-

down, defeating Bloomsburg 79-75 to remain a perfect 12-0 (8-0 PSAC) on the season). Dustin Sleva had a game-high

19 points for the Raiders along with five assists and a block.

Teammate Justin McCarthur sank three from 3-point ter- ritory and amassed 17 points on the night. Abe Massaley added 15 points to the win, and Antonio Kellem put up 13.

AHL WILKES-BARRE — The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Pen- guins scored two goals in 19 seconds in the opening period to set the tone in a 5-1 victory over the Hershey Bears on Friday night. The two teams rematch at Giant Center on Sunday at 5 p.m. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton’s Tom Sestito opened the scoring at 6:48 of the first period to give the Penguins a 1-0 lead. The forward found himself behind the Hershey defense and raced in on a breakaway. Hershey goaltender Vitek Vanecek denied his first shot, but Sestito struck on the rebound for his second goal of the season. Only 19 seconds later, Sestito setup Teddy Blueger for a goal to make it 2-0 Penguins. Sesito’s pass hit a body and deflected to Blueger in the slot. The forward snapped a shot past the blocker of Vanecek for his third goal of the year. In the second period, the Penguins scored three more times to jump out to a 5-0 lead. Garrett Wilson scored at 3:16, capitalizing on a turnover right in front of the Her- shey net. The goal ended the night of Vanecek who was removed in favor of Joe Cannata after surrendering three goals on 11 shots. Hershey pushed in the third period and broke netminder Casey DeSmith’s bid for a shutout. Darren Dietz connected for Hershey’s lone tally,scoring his second goal of the season at 9:04. Tomorrow Hershey hosts the Utica Comets at 7 p.m. Notes: Forward Travis Boyd was named Thursday to the AHL All-Star Classic, joining teammate Chris Bour-

M que. The contest will be held Jan. 29-30 at PPL Center in

1 Allentown.

SCOREBOARD

BOYS BASKETBALL

Commonwealth Division

Team

Div.

Ovr.

Carlisle

6-0

8-2

harrisburg

4-2

8-2

Cd

east

4-2

7-3

State College

4-2

7-3

Central dauphin

3-3

6-5

Chambersburg

1-4

6-4

Cumberland Valley

1-5

4-9

Mifflin County

0-5

2-8

 

Keystone Division

Team

Div.

Ovr.

Mechanicsburg

6-0

8-2

Palmyra

5-1

11-1

Bishop Mcdevitt

4-2

6-3

hershey

4-2

6-4

lower dauphin

3-3

6-4

Susquehanna Twp.

1-5

3-8

red land

1-5

2-8

Cedar Cliff

0-6

0-11

 

Capital Division

Team

Div.

Ovr.

Trinity

5-0

10-0

Milton hershey

4-0

5-2

Middletown

3-1

6-2

Camp hill

2-3

6-5

Steel-high

2-3

4-4

West Perry

1-4

3-5

east Pennsboro

0-5

3-6

 

Colonial Division

Team

Div.

Ovr.

Greencastle-antrim

5-0

7-3

Waynesboro

4-1

7-2

Shippensburg

3-2

7-3

northern

2-2

4-6

Big

Spring

2-3

5-4

James Buchanan

1-3

3-7

Boiling Springs

0-6

1-10

Team

Local Private Schools Div.

Ovr.

West Shore Christian

3-0

5-4

harrisburg academy

1-1

1-7

Friday, Jan. 6 Waynesboro 80, Boiling Springs 39 Camp hill 61, halifax 54 harrisburg 66, Cd east 61 red land 59, Cedar Cliff 55 Central dauphin 50, Mifflin County 46 Chambersburg 58, Cumberland Valley 53 Greencastle-antrim 72, Shippensburg 51 Palmyra 58, hershey 42 Mechanicsburg 39, lower dauphin 32 Trinity 66, Middletown 47 Milton hershey 60, Steel-high 52 Carlisle 77, State College 70 Bishop Mcdevitt 66, Susquehanna Twp. 60 northern at James Buchanan, 8 Saturday, Jan. 7

harrisburg academy at St. Joseph’s Catholic,

1:30

James Buchanan at york Tech, 2:30 Milton hershey at Tulpehocken, 2:30 Wilson at Steel-high, 3:30 Mount Calvary at West Shore Christian, 6 Waynesboro at Mechanicsburg, 6:30 Bermudian Springs at Big Spring, 7:30 Chambersburg at donegal, 7:30 east Pennsboro at hershey, 7:30 Greencastle-antrim at northeastern, 7:30 SHOWCASE: rhoades Classic at lebanon Valley College lower dauphin vs. Cedar Crest, 6:30 Palmyra vs. lebanon, 8 SHAMROCKS 66, BLUE RAIDERS 47

Trinity

21

19

12

14

— 66

Middletown

10

17

12

8

— 47

TRINITY (66) — austin Gilbertson 7 8-9 23, Timmy edwards 9 0-0 19, Marcus hall 4 1-2 9, Jack Bucher 3 0-0 6, Sean Good 1 1-2 3, Mike Scarpelli 1 0-0 3, Matt long 1 0-0 2, Ben Gnall

0 1-2 1, Will Bucher 0 0-0 0, anthony deFrank 0

0-0 0, Cam Moore 0 0-0 0. Totals: 26 11-15 66.

MIDDLETOWN (47) — C. Plummer 6 1-4 13, r.

hughes 5 1-2 12, T. leach 4 0-3 8, T. Mills 2 0-0

5, l. Mrakovich 2 0-1 5, K. Spencher 1 1-5 3, K.

Truesdale 0 1-2 1, T. Michal 0 0-0 0, M. Mattes

0 0-0 0. Totals: 20 4-17 47.

3-pointers: T 3 (Gilbertson, edwards, Scarpelli);

M 3 (hughes, Mills, Mrakovich). THUNDERING HERD 77, LITTLE LIONS 70

State College

77

CARLISLE (77) — Ben Milligan 1 0-0 2, Gavyn

Barnes 5 4-4 15, nikhi Barnes 3 0-0 8, Matt Brown 0 0-0 0, deshawn Millington 8 8-13 28, nate Barnes 1 0-0 2, Joe Mastrangelo 0 0-2 0, Julius Gibson 0 0-0 0, ethan houston 9 3-3 22. Totals: 27 15-22 77. STATE COLLEGE (70) — Keaton ellis 3 4-7 10, ryan Mcnulty 4 2-3 10, Tommy Friberg 1 1-2 3,

Carlisle

70

20

20

13

22

22

17

15

18

eli Bokunewicz 0 0-0 0, drew Friberg 6 7-7 23,

rian Scanlon 1 0-0 2, Brandon Clark 2 0-0 4, Tommy Sekunda 5 7-8 18. Totals: 22 21-27 70. 3-pointers: Car 8 (Millington 4, n. Barnes 2,

G. Barnes, houston); SC 5 (Friberg 4, Sekunda). WILDCATS 39, FALCONS 32

Lower Dauphin

4

7

5

16 — 32

Mechanicsburg

10

10

0

19 — 39

LOWER DAUPHIN (32) — Brady Wilson 5 4-8

15, B. Cassel 0 0-0 0, Will Bowen 3 2-2 8, Josh

Saufley 1 0-0 2, K. Koczynski 0 0-0 0, Jackson

Becher 1 1-2 3, ryan Becher 0 0-0 0, Brian Swift

2 0-0 4. Totals: 12 7-12 32.

MECHANICSBURG (39) — Shane homick 1 4-4

6, Kyle Scheib 6 2-5 14, Caleb everett 1 0-0 2,

adam laudenslager 1 1-2 3, Ty dieter 0 0-0 0, nathan Mayernick 1 0-0 2, Cade alioth 3 4-6

10, Paul Cavada 0 2-4 2. Totals: 13 13-20 39.

3-pointers: ld (Wilson 1). PATRIOTS 59, COLTS 55

Cedar Cliff

16

8

14

17

55

Red Land

18

11

9

21

59

CEDAR CLIFF (55) — deandre dorsey 0 0-0 0, Brandt Walter 5 0-0 12, Chris dare 3 1-3 9,

adam Boussatta 5 4-5 15, Pat Wiestling 3 0-0

8,

Justin Gause 1 0-0 2, Tyler Mcdonald 0 0-0

0,

Trey law 3 0-0 9, Trysten Mcdonald 0 0-0 0.

Totals: 20 5-8 55. RED LAND (59) — Jaelyn Gaither 2 1-2 6, dillin Wright 7 6-7 22, ahmael rasheed 0 0-0 0, angel dejesus 4 4-6 13, Josh Snyder 1 3-6 5, aley Zangari 2 0-0 5, Cole Souders 0 0-2 0, Trevor Perry 1 0-2 2, evan Baker 2 0-0 6. Totals: 19 14-25 59. 3-pointers: CC 10 (law 3, Walter 2, dare 2,

Wiestling 2, Boussatta); rl 7 (Wright 2, Baker

2, Gaither, dejesus, Zangari).

BLUE DEVILS 72, GREYHOUNDS 51

Greencastle-Antrim

Shippensburg

51

72

20

9

15

13

18

16

19

13

GREENCASTLE (72) — Bryan Gembe 7 4-4 21,

ian

Gelsinger 5 2-2 14, Brandon Stuhler 5 2-2

13,

Casey hoover 5 2-4 13, Ben Freeman 3 0-0

6, Cam hileman 1 0-0 3, Bryson robinson 1 0-0

2. Totals: 27 10-12 72.

SHIPPENSBURG (51) — Carter Van Scyoc 9 9-9

27, Cody Gustafson 5 1-1 12, Brady Kuhn 2 0-0

4,

Clayton Stine 1 0-0 2, alaric hickman 1 0-0

2,

adam houser 2 0-0 4, Zach Cullen 0 0-0 0,

aaron ross 0 0-0 0, Kyle yost 0 0-0 0, nicolas

Waltz 0 0-0 0. Totals: 20 10-10 51.

Watkins 1 1-2 3, lindsey Snyder 5 0-0 12,

3, Megan emlet 4 3-7 12, Madison Bishop 1 0-0

Trinity

0-2

1-2

3-pointer: Ga 8 (Gembe 3, Gelsinger 2, Stuhler,

Madison Grothe 0 0-0 0. Totals: 10 7-13 29.

east Pennsboro

0-3

0-3

hoover, hileman); S 1 (Gustafson 1). TROJANS 58, EAGLES 53 Chambersburg 14 15 14 15 — 58

BIG SPRING (29) – Shelby Miller 0 0-0 0, Kutualkis 0 0-0 0, lauryn Cunningham 1 1-2

Friday, Jan. 6 no meets scheduled. Saturday, Jan. 7

Cumberland Valley 7 9 9 18 — 53

3,

emily Smith 0 1-2 1, Megan Martin 2 0-0 4,

Cumberland Valley, hershey at Wilson hosted

CHAMBERSBURG (58) — Cole Christian 6

Madison Coyler 0 0-0 0, Paige Snyder 2 2-2 6,

invitational, at Bucknell university, 10 a.m.

10-10 23, Seth Brouse 1 0-0 2, Jacob Brouse

emily Franklin 0 0-0 0, hoffeditz 0 0-0 0, Frick

dallastown, Governor Mifflin, hempfield at

0 0-0 0, anthony alvarez 0 0-0 0, Cade Brindle

1 2-4 4, evan Shreffler 1 1-2 3, Cade Whitfield 8

3-5 19, Byshawn Mincie 1 2-4 5, Tyron Williams

1 0-0 2. Totals: 19 18-25 58.

CUMBERLAND VALLEY (53) — Josiah Burns 4

3-5 13, Matt Sunderland 2 0-0 5, Will hibbs 2

0-0 5, Grey hess 4 2-3 13, John Baker 3 0-0 6,

Cole Weakland 3 0-0 6, Max reznitchencko 1

2-2 5, Jon drapp 0 0-0 0. Totals: 19 7-10 53.

3-pointers: Ch 2 (Christian, Mincie); CV 8 (hess

3, Burns 2, Sunderland, hibbs, reznitchencko).

GIRLS BASKETBALL

 

Commonwealth Division

 

Team

Div.

Ovr.

Cumberland Valley

5-0

7-2

harrisburg

4-1

8-1

Central dauphin

3-2

7-2

Cd

east

3-2

7-2

State College

2-3

4-3

Mifflin County

1-3

6-4

Carlisle

1-3

5-4

Chambersburg

0-5

3-7

 

Keystone Division

Team

Div.

Ovr.

Cedar Cliff

4-1

7-3

lower dauphin

4-1

7-3

Palmyra

4-1

7-4

Bishop Mcdevitt

3-2

7-3

Mechanicsburg

2-3

4-4

Susquehanna Twp.

2-3

3-4

hershey

1-4

3-6

red land

0-5

2-8

 

Capital Division

Team

Div.

Ovr.

Camp hill

4-1

8-2

Milton hershey

2-1

4-2

West Perry

2-2

7-3

Steel-high

2-2

5-4

east Pennsboro

2-3

3-5

Middletown

1-2

4-7

Trinity

1-3

3-7

 

Colonial Division

Team

Div.

Ovr.

Greencastle-antrim

4-0

7-1

Waynesboro

4-0

7-1

Shippensburg

3-1

4-5

Boiling Springs

3-2

4-5

James Buchanan

1-3

3-7

northern

0-4

2-6

Big

Spring

0-5

1-6

Team

Local Private Schools Div.

Ovr.

harrisburg academy

1-0

3-4

West Shore Christian

2-1

3-6

Friday, Jan. 6 harrisburg at Cd east, late Milton hershey 66, Steel-high 33 lower dauphin 35, Mechanicsburg 24 Central dauphin 57, Mifflin County 48 Trinity 40, Middletown 36 Cedar Cliff 49, red land 27 northern 57, James Buchanan 33 Bishop Mcdevitt 50, Susquehanna Twp. 46 littlestown 35, Big Spring 29 Carlisle 49, State College 42 Cumberland Valley 39, Chambersburg 28 Palmyra 40, hershey 25 Greencastle-antrim 50, Shippensburg 32 Boiling Springs 56, Waynesboro 47 Saturday, Jan. 7

harrisburg academy at St. Joseph’s Catholic,

noon

Cd east at altoona, 1:30

Kutztown at Steel-high, 2:30 lancaster Catholic at Trinity, 2:30 holy redeemer at Camp hill, 4:30

Mount Calvary at West Shore Christian, 4:30

east Pennsboro at hershey, 6

Greenwood at northern, 6:30

Big Spring at Bermudian Springs, 7

northeastern at Greencastle-antrim, 7:30

State College at new Oxford, 7:30 COLTS 49, PATRIOTS 27

Cedar Cliff

19

9

13

8

49

Red Land

5

9

7

6

27

CEDAR CLIFF (49) — emily esser 3 0-0 7, Tehya hosey 0 0-0 0, ashley hoagland 3 0-1 8, Jimiah

Mcdonald 2 0-0 4, Maddie Sitler 3 1-1 7, natalie Sassano 3 0-2 6, deveaja Cooper 0 0-0 0, Jannelle robinson 3 1-2 7, abbey Grausgruber

0

0-0 0, rachel reilly 2 3-4 8, Sophie Kaercher

0

0-0 0, Serrean haynesworth 1 0-0 2. Totals:

20 5-10 49.

RED LAND (27) — erika ely 2 0-0 4, Kendall Smith 0 0-0 0, Olivia hawkins 2 0-0 4, Morgan Wagner 1 1-2 3, Katie Kosovac 0 2-2 2, Savanah Metz 1 0-1 2, Josie Miller 0 0-0 0, lindsay Cramer 2 1-6 5, Maggie Kisbaugh 3 0-2 7. Totals: 11 4-13 27. 3-pointers: CC 4 (hoagland 2, reilly, esser);

rl 1 (Kisbaugh).

POLAR BEARS 57, ROCKETS 33

Northern

16 12 11 18 — 57

James Buchanan

4

8

13

8

33

NORTHERN (57) — allie French 1 0-0 2, Kyra

Gerber 5 6-8 17, Jill naylor 1 0-0 2, Maddie Waitts 4 2-4 10, Kelly Millar 0 0-0 0, Steph Violette 1 0-0 2, Cassie Smith 5 5-10 15, abby reeder 0 0-0 0, Catherine Brubaker 1 5-6 7, natalie Stine 0 2-2 2, abbie Clendaniel 0 0-0 0. Totals: 18 20-30 57. JAMES BUCHANAN (33) — Maggie Strawoet

3 0-0 6, Mackenzie Shughart 0 2-2 2, reilly

heinbaugh 0 0-0 0, Carly Caron 0 0-0 0,

hannah Kimmel 0 0-0 0, Cass Martin 0 0-0 0,

abby Mackling 0 0-0 0, rachel Martin 3 2-2 8, alyssa Blair 0 0-0 0, aspen anderson 2 0-0 5,

rachel Manikowski 3 2-2 8, Janice Grove 0 0-0

0, Macey Keefer 2 0-2 4, renee Sollenberger 0

0-0 0. Totals: 13 6-8 33.

3-pointers: n 1 (Gulger), JB 1 (anderson). BUBBLERS 56, INDIANS 47

Boiling Springs

17

19

9

11

— 56

Waynesboro

16

5

14

12

47

BOILING SPRINGS (56) — lizzy Tilton 2 1-4 5, erika Fink 2 6-8 11, Kaitly Brumbaugh 0 0-0 0, laura Salzman 8 1-1 17, Julia Fulton 0 0-0 0, Melanie Barber 2 6-8 10, Sydney hemler 5 3-4

13. Totals: 19 17-25 56. WAYNESBORO (47) — abby ebersole 3 0-0 6,

Chelsea Cover 6 0-0 17, Olivia Gardenhour 2

0-0 5, Sara Gsell 0 0-0 0, elizabeth Churchman

0 0-0 0, Cat Weber 7 4-5 18, emma Steiger 0

0-0 0, Brooke heise 0 1-2 1. Totals: 18 5-7 47.

3-pointers:

BS

1

(Fink),

W

6 (Cover 5,

Gardenhour).

THUNDERBOLTS 35, BULLDOGS 29

Littlestown

6

9

Big Spring

9

8

10

10

35

2

10

29

LITTLESTOWN (35) – Janelle Kress 1 0-0 2, Jill

Gauthier 2 1-1 5, aley abate 5 0-1 10, allexa Morgan 1 1-2 3, Grace Midkiff 0 0-0 0, Molly

0 0-0 0. Totals: 15 3-6 35.

3-pointers: l 2 (Snyder 2); BiS 2 (emlet,

Bishop).

SHAMROCKS 40, BLUE RAIDERS 36

Trinity

Middletown 9 4 13 10 — 36

TRINITY (40) — rJ Jackson 0 0-0 0, alana Boyer

3 1-2 9, ashley Sean 8 4-5 20, annie O’neil 2

40

11

6

9

14

0-0

4, Katie Sajer 2 1-2 5, hannah Perenkacs 0

0-2

0, emily hard 0 0-0 0, Becca Matt 0 2-6 2,

Braylee Sitterole 0 0-0 0. Totals: 15 8-17 40. MIDDLETOWN (36) — B. Jasper 2 0-0 4, M. nester 2 0-0 6, K. Fitzpatrick 4 7-12 15, J. Koser

2 0-0 6, C. russ 0 0-0 0, J. Keller 1 3-4 5, C. Gill

0 0-0 0, M. noon 0 0-0 0. Totals: 18 5-7 47. 3-pointers: T 2 (Beyer 2), M 4 (nester 2, Koser

2).

 

WRESTLING

 

Commonwealth Division

Team

Div.

Ovr.

Cumberland Valley

3-0

3-0

State College

2-0

3-3

Central dauphin

2-1

2-1

Carlisle

2-1

2-2

Chambersburg

1-2

4-2

Mifflin County

1-3

3-5

harrisburg

0-4

0-6

 

Keystone Division

Team

Div.

Ovr.

Cedar Cliff

4-0

9-0

lower dauphin

2-1

3-1

northern

2-1

2-1

red land

1-1

3-1

Cd

east

1-2

1-2

hershey

1-2

1-2

Mechanicsburg

0-4

1-4

 

Capital Division

Team

Div.

Ovr.

Bishop Mcdevitt

4-0

4-0

Milton hershey

2-0

2-0

Middletown

3-1

3-2

Trinity

2-2

3-4

Camp hill

2-2

2-3

east Pennsboro

1-2

1-2

Susquehanna Twp.

0-3

0-3

Palmyra

0-4

0-4

 

Colonial Division

Team

Div.

Ovr.

Big

Spring

3-0

3-0

Boiling Springs

3-1

3-1

Shippensburg

3-1

3-1

Waynesboro

2-2

5-4

Greencastle-antrim

1-2

1-2

West Perry

0-3

3-7

James Buchanan

0-3

0-3

Friday, Jan. 6 harrisburg at lebanon duals, no reults Boiling Spring at Tool City Tournament, at Meadville hS, no reults

Carlisle at north hagerstown Tournament, no

reults

Saturday, Jan. 7 hershey, Bishop Mcdevitt at lancaster Catholic duals, 8 a.m.

Big Spring, State College at Central dauphin

duals, 9 a.m.

Carlisle at north hagerstown Tournament,

9 a.m.

northern at Cumberland Valley duals, 9 a.m. Mechanicsburg at line Mountain Tournament,

9 a.m.

red land at Biglerville Canner duals, 9 a.m.

at

Juniata Tournament, 9 a.m.

elizabethtown

Grizzly duals, 9 a.m.

James

Milton

Trinity,

West

Perry,

Greencastle-antrim

Palmyra

at

at

everett

Bloody

run

hershey,

Buchanan

Tournament, 9 a.m. Boiling Spring at Tool City Tournament, at

Meadville hS, 9:30 a.m.

lower dauphin Keystone Cup, 10 a.m. Mifflin County at arctic Classic, at Clearfield hS, 11 a.m.

CPIHL HOCKEY

Tier 1

Team

Ovr.

Pts

hershey

11-1

22

Palmyra

8-3-1

17

Cumberland Valley

7-3-1

15

lower dauphin

5-3-3

13

Central dauphin

3-8-1

7

Cedar Crest

2-8-1

5

Warwick

0-10-1

1

 

Tier 2

Team

Ovr.

Pts

hempfield

12-0

23

Manheim Twp.

8-3-1

17

annville-Cleona

7-5-1

15

Central york

6-4

12

Manheim Central

1-11

2

elizabethtown

1-12

2

 

Tier 3

Team

 

Ovr.

Pts

MSMCC

10-2

20

Shamrocks

9-2

18

Susquehannock

8-2-1

17

Penn Manor

4-8

8

Middletown

2-8-1

5

lampeter-Strasburg

0-11

0

Friday, Jan. 6 MSMCC 6, Penn Manor 2 hempfield 9, elizabethtown 0

 

Manheim Twp. 10, Manheim Central 1

 

Saturday, Jan. 7 no events scheduled. UNITED 6, COMETS 2

 

MSMCC

2

2

2

6

Penn Manor

0

1

1

2

 

1st Period

 

M

— Cameron Moore (dylan Spahr), 7:38

 

M

— Colin nemshick (Moore), 11:44 2nd Period

M

— nemshick (Moore, robert Shaffner iV), 1:53

PM — Martin Zavidan (ryan Good, Joshua hicks), 808

M — Christopher Zwigart (Moore, nemshick),

15:41

3rd Period

PM — Zavidan (Thomas Bonnici, Tristan haas),

4:39

M

— Spahr (nemshick), 10:23

M

— Spahr (Chad Custer), 12:48

Saves: M (Brendan Shay 21); PM (Tyler hess 14, Pariket Mahapatra 3). Shots: M 23; PM 23. Penalty Minutes: n/a.

COLLEGE SPORTS

COLLEGE SCORES COLLEGE MEN’S BASKETBALL Shippensburg 79, Bloomsburg 75

COLLEGE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

Shippensburg 63, Bloomsburg 51 Penn State du Bois at Central Penn, no result

AHL

Eastern Conference

 

GP

W

l Ol SOl Pts

GF

Ga

WB-Scranton

32 22

7

3

0

47 107

72

lehigh Valley 31 21

8

2

0

44 115

84

Providence

33 19

7

4

3

45 102

89

hershey

32 18

7

5

2

43 113

85

Bridgeport

32 17 14

0

1

35

98 100

Springfield

31 13 12

4

2

32

80

91

hartford

33 11 18

3

1

26

89 123

SWIMMING

 

North Division

 

GP

W

l Ol SOl Pts

GF

Ga

 

Syracuse

31 18

9

0

4

40 101

90

 

Boys

albany

34 20 13 34 17 14 32 14 16 33 14 18

0

1

41

99

89

Commonwealth Division

St. John’s

3

0

37 101 107

Team

 

Div.

Ovr.

Toronto

1

1

30

88

89

hershey

3-0

4-0

rochester

0

1

29

95 112

State College

3-0

3-0

Binghamton 33 13 17

2

1

29

79 105

Cumberland Valley

2-1

4-1

utica

31 10 15

5

1

26

74

99

Carlisle

 

1-1-1

3-1-1

Western Conference

 

Central dauphin

1-2-1

2-2-1

CENTRAL DIVISION

Chambersburg

Mifflin County

1-2

2-2

 

0-2

1-2

W

Grand rapids 32 21

GP

l Ol SOl Pts

2

GF

Ga

Cd

east

0-3

0-4

8

1

45 110

81

 

Keystone Division

Div.

Milwaukee

31 19

8

2

2

42

95

85

Team

Ovr.

Chicago

35 19 11 31 16 12 32 14 13 35 14 18

33 11 17 33 12 19

3

2

43 119

98

Bishop Mcdevitt

4-0

4-0

Cleveland

1

2

35

85

87

Palmyra

 

3-0

3-1

Manitoba

3

2

33

84

99

lower dauphin

2-0

4-1

iowa

rockford

Charlotte

2

2

2

1

3

0

31

27

26

87 106

81 110

Mechanicsburg

1-2

2-3

red land

 

1-2

2-3

77

99

Cedar Cliff

1-2

1-3

PACIFIC DIVISION

 

Milton hershey

0-2