From staff reports

GREENCASTLE - Greencastle-Antrim needed the win to keep its hopes alive for a District 3 Class AAA playoff berth.

Big Spring needed the win to clinch at least a tie for the Mid Penn Colonial Division championship.

The Bulldogs got their wish with a 42-35 girls basketball victory over the Blue Devils on Friday night.

"It was a well-played, hard-fought game, but I think we ran out of gas at the end," G-A coach Mike Rhine said. "We played with five people most of the game because our top sub was injured. We exerted so much energy on defense and we got tired and I think it showed on offense."

Greencastle (9-10, 7-5 MPC) had crept up to with two spots of getting inside the line for playoffs, but Friday's loss pretty much finished their hopes.

"This was the one we needed to get enough power points," Rhine said.

Big Spring (15-7, 10-2 MPC) led for nearly all of the game, although the Devils snuck ahead by a point in the fourth quarter. But Lindsay Bower came right down and banged in a 3-pointer to give the Bulldogs the lead for good.

Dalida Camdzic had 12 points and Bower 11 for Big Spring. Hannah Crist and Chloe Hoover each scored 12 for G-A, and Katie Gelsinger had eight rebounds.

Big Spring 42

Greencastle 35

BIG SPRING

Danielle Kepner 1 5-5 7, Lindsay Bower 4 0-1 11, Caity Stevens 0 1-2 1, Dalida Camdzic 5 2-2 12, Blair Bitner 1 2-2 4, Kayla Dupert 2 3-4 7, Nickole Burket 0 0-2 0. Totals 13 13-18 42.


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GREENCASTLE

Hannah Crist 6 0-0 12, Meghan Hirneisen 0 2-2 2, Chloe Hoover 4 2-5 12, Katie Gelsinger 3 3-3 9, Ashlynn Schaeffer 0 0-0 0, Jane Herman 0 0-0 0, Shelby Stouffer 0 0-0 0. Totals 13 7-10 35.

Big Spring 11 12 4 15 - 42

Greencastle 10 7 9 9 - 35

3-point shots - BS 3 (Bower 3); GA 2 (Hoover 2). Shooting - GA 13-41 (31.7%). Rebounds - GA 25 (Gelsinger 8). Assists - GA 6 (Crist 2). Steals - GA 8 (Gelsinger 3). Turnovers - GA 9. Fouled out - Schaeffer.

Next game: Saturday, in Dunks for Drew, at Chambersburg, vs. Milton Hershey, 3.

MPC COLONIAL

James Buchanan 49

Waynesboro 32

Friday, at Waynesboro

Mid Penn Colonial Div. game

Cheyenne Carbaugh continued her fine all-around play to lead James Buchanan to a victory over Waynesboro Carbaugh put 19 points in the book and also dragged down 20 rebounds JB coach Rick Cristofano said, "Cheyenne did everything - when they pressed, she brought the ball up the court, and she filled up the stat sheet. She never came out of the game and had only two turnovers. It was a wonderful effort." The Rockets (5-15, 2-10 MPC) led 23-15 by halftime, then stretched it out "We were missing a starter and our first two subs, but some freshmen came off the bench to help us," Cristofano said Carbaugh, Jennae Piper (10 points) and Rochelle Timmons (9) scored 24 of their team's 26 second-half points For the Maidens (0-20, 0-12 MPC), it was their closest margin of defeat this season Dori Kozain had 8 points, 7 rebounds and 6 blocked shots JB shot only 16 percent from the field, but made 28 of 36 foul shots, while Waynesboro was 14-for-31 at the line.

James Buchanan 49, Waynesboro 32

JAMES BUCHANAN

Jenna Carbaugh 1 3-4 5, Candace Plessinger 0 0-0 0, Susan Mackling 0 0-0 0, Jennae Piper 1 7-8 10, Rochelle Timmons 3 3-4 9, Cheyenne Carbaugh 3 13-16 19, Jess Moquin 2 0-0 4, Tristen Amsley 0 0-2 0, Erica Eberly 0 2-2 2. Totals 10 28-36 49.

WAYNESBORO

Mallory Patterson 1 0-0 2, Sam Nichols 3 1-2 7, Kennedy Chandler 0 1-2 1, Dori Kozain 0 8-14 8, Hunter Mowen 1 2-8 4, Lauren Wagaman 3 0-0 6, Katie Clawson 1 1-3 3, Kristy McFerren 0 1-2 1. Totals 9 14-31 32.

James Buchanan 7 16 10 16 - 49

Waynesboro 9 6 6 11 - 32

3-point shots - JB 1 (Piper). Shooting - JB 10-62 (16%). Rebounds - JB 45 (C.Carbaugh 20). Assists - JB 2. Steals - JB 13 (Timmons 6). Turnovers - JB 18. Blocked shots - JB 3 (J.Carbaugh 3). Fouled out - Moquin.

JV: Waynesboro 30, James Buchanan 28. Jenna Carbaugh led JB with 7 points; Kennedy Chandler scored 19 for the Maidens.

Next game: JB: Saturday, at home vs. McConnellsburg, 6 Way: Monday, at Carlisle, 7:30.

MPC COLONIAL

James Buchanan 49

Waynesboro 32

Friday, at Waynesboro

Mid Penn Colonial Div. game

Cheyenne Carbaugh continued her fine all-around play to lead James Buchanan to a victory over Waynesboro Carbaugh put 19 points in the book and also dragged down 20 rebounds JB coach Rick Cristofano said, "Cheyenne did everything - when they pressed, she brought the ball up the court, and she filled up the stat sheet. She never came out of the game and had only two turnovers. It was a wonderful effort." The Rockets (5-15, 2-10 MPC) led 23-15 by halftime, then stretched it out "We were missing a starter and our first two subs, but some freshmen came off the bench to help us," Cristofano said Carbaugh, Jennae Piper (10 points) and Rochelle Timmons (9) scored 24 of their team's 26 second-half points For the Maidens (0-20, 0-12 MPC), it was their closest margin of defeat this season Dori Kozain had 8 points, 7 rebounds and 6 blocked shots JB shot only 16 percent from the field, but made 28 of 36 foul shots, while Waynesboro was 14-for-31 at the line.

James Buchanan 49, Waynesboro 32

JAMES BUCHANAN

Jenna Carbaugh 1 3-4 5, Candace Plessinger 0 0-0 0, Susan Mackling 0 0-0 0, Jennae Piper 1 7-8 10, Rochelle Timmons 3 3-4 9, Cheyenne Carbaugh 3 13-16 19, Jess Moquin 2 0-0 4, Tristen Amsley 0 0-2 0, Erica Eberly 0 2-2 2. Totals 10 28-36 49.

WAYNESBORO

Mallory Patterson 1 0-0 2, Sam Nichols 3 1-2 7, Kennedy Chandler 0 1-2 1, Dori Kozain 0 8-14 8, Hunter Mowen 1 2-8 4, Lauren Wagaman 3 0-0 6, Katie Clawson 1 1-3 3, Kristy McFerren 0 1-2 1. Totals 9 14-31 32.

James Buchanan 7 16 10 16 - 49

Waynesboro 9 6 6 11 - 32

3-point shots - JB 1 (Piper). Shooting - JB 10-62 (16%). Rebounds - JB 45 (C.Carbaugh 20). Assists - JB 2. Steals - JB 13 (Timmons 6). Turnovers - JB 18. Blocked shots - JB 3 (J.Carbaugh 3). Fouled out - Moquin.

JV: Waynesboro 30, James Buchanan 28. Jenna Carbaugh led JB with 7 points; Kennedy Chandler scored 19 for the Maidens.

Next game: JB: Saturday, at home vs. McConnellsburg, 6 Way: Monday, at Carlisle, 7:30.

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Shippensburg 47

Boiling Springs 35

Friday, at Shippensburg

Mid Penn Colonial Div. game

Shippensburg defeated one of the best teams in the division by 12 points The Lady Hounds held Boiling Springs to 2 points in the second quarter and led 18-9 at halftime Alicia Johnson led Ship (9-11, 6-7 MPC) with 18 points and Alysia Clawson added 12 Johnson pulled down 15 rebounds and Brooke Porter had 12 caroms Lady Hounds coach Amy Lyman said, "Tonight was so much fun. I could not be more proud of this group of girls. They did everything they needed to do in order to win this game. This is the team that has been waiting to show up all year; I'm so glad they did." For the Bubblers (13-7, 8-3 MPC), Cecile Crowley led with 14 points.

Shippensburg 47, Boiling Springs 35

BOILING SPRINGS

Cecile Crowley 5 3-4 14, Mary Spisak 1 4-6 7, Mikayla Snyder 1 0-0 2, Casie Hostetter 2 1-4 5, Taylor Malinish 2 3-4 7. Totals 11 11-18 35.

SHIPPENSBURG

Jazzy Chambers 1 0-0 2, Drew Lovett 1 0-0 2, Alysia Clawson 3 6-9 12, Shayla Keller 0 1-7 1, Nicole Baker 0 0-0 0, Kylee Miller 0 0-0 0, Sarah Lyman 2 2-2 6, Brooke Porter 3 0-0 6, Denice Lovett 0 0-0 0, Alicia Johnson 8 2-5 18. Totals 18 11-23 47.

Boiling Springs 7 2 14 12 - 35

Shippensburg 10 8 13 16 - 47

3-point shots - Boil 2 (Crowley, Spisak). Rebounds - Ship 38 (Johnson 15, Porter 12). Assists - Ship 7 (Porter, Lyman, Clawson 2). Steals - Ship 4 (Porter 2).

JV: Boiling Springs 37, Shippensburg 23. Jenay Hamilton led the Lady Hounds with 7 points.

Next game: Saturday, in Dunks for Drew vs. Chambersburg, 4:30.