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Check out the best plays from Waynesboro's 46-43 victory over Shippensburg in Friday night's boys basketball game. Video by Lizi Arbogast, GameTimePA.com

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Almost there

The Greencastle-Antrim boys and girls basketball teams have been keeping pace all season and they are both poised to finish things off.

The Blue Devils swept Big Spring on Friday night - 73-47 in the boys game and 55-28 in the girls game - and both clinched at least a tie for the Mid Penn Colonial Division championship.

In both cases, G-A is 10-0 with two MPC games left and Waynesboro is in second place with two losses.

The boys (13-5) got career-high scoring performances from Ben Freeman (21 points) and Ian Gelsinger (18), and Brandon Stuhler scored 10 points.

Jenay Faulkner (19), Morgan Wagaman (18) and Lydia Crist (12) led a balanced scoring attack for the girls (15-3).

Sitting on top

After one day of the Ultimate Warrior Tournament at West Branch, Shippensburg is in first place with 99 points, followed closely by Altoona (98.5) and Wilson (96).

The Greyhounds pushed five wrestlers into Saturday morning’s semifinals.

All three top seeds had all pins. Chandler Olson (126, Cole Forrester (195) and Cameron Tinner (285) each had two pins. Levi Shoemaker (160) and Collin Dolbin (220) each had one pin and a decision.

Four other Ship wrestlers are still alive in the consolations, including Jeffrey Russell (106) and Sterling Shetter (170), who each had three pins for the day.

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Boys basketball

  • In Chambersburg’s 59-54 overtime win over Central Dauphin, Cole Christian led the Trojans with 19 points and ByShawn Mincie and Cade Whitfield each had 13.

  • Waynesboro’s Mitch Neterer tallied 16 points and added 7 rebounds in a 46-43 win over Shippensburg.

  • In a 64-42 win for Southern Fulton over Forbes Road, the Indians got 22 points and 20 rebounds from Dylan Gordon and 15 from Chase Varner. Brycen Hohman paced the Cardinals with 16 points.

Girls basketball

  • Cat Weber poured in 21 points to carry Waynesboro to a 59-45 win over Shippensburg. Kara Newell and Liz Logan had 14 each for the Lady Hounds.

  • James Buchanan was defeated 44-40 by Boiling Springs, but Rachel Martin tallied 18 points for the Rockets.

  • Shalom Christian’s Brooke Emge snapped out for 30 points - a career high - in the Flames’ 52-34 win over Shenandoah Valley.

  • Kyleigh Teal scored over half of her team’s points (16) in a 53-28 defeat for Cumberland Valley Christian to Calvary Christian.

SCORES

Boys basketball
Chambersburg (11-7, 4-7 MPC) 59, Central Dauphin 54, OT
Waynesboro (12-6, 8-2 MPC) 46, Shippensburg (11-5, 7-3 MPC) 43
Greencastle-Antrim (13-5, 10-0 MPC) 73, Big Spring 46
James Buchanan (6-11, 3-7 MPC) 60, Boiling Springs 40
McConnellsburg (13-3, 10-1 SHL, 8-1 ICC) 76, Fannett-Metal (8-8, 5-6 SHL, 4-5 ICC) 50
Southern Fulton (12-3, 8-2 SHL, 7-2 ICC) 64, Forbes Road (9-6, 5-6 SHL, 4-6 ICC) 42

Girls basketball
Central Dauphin 62, Chambersburg (3-16, 0-12 MPC) 24
Greencastle-Antrim (15-3, 10-0 MPC) 55, Big Spring 28
Waynesboro (11-6, 8-2 MPC) 59, Shippensburg (8-9, 6-4 MPC) 45
Boiling Springs 44, James Buchanan (5-12, 3-7 MPC) 40
Shalom Christian (13-5, 10-1 MDCC) 52, Shenandoah Valley 34
Calvary Christian 53, Cumb. Valley Christian (3-10, 1-9 MDCC) 28

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