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F-F Highlights: Stuhler has career night for Greencastle

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Brandon Stuhler had a career night for the Greencastle-Antrim's boys basketball team in a non-league win over Delone Catholic, tallying a career-high 27 points in a 77-63 victory.

He kicked off the game on a 7-0 run to give Greencastle an early lead, and kept with his hot hand throughout the half and headed into the locker room with 16 points. Casey Hoover (18), Ian Gelsinger (14) and Bryan Gembe (14) also scored in double figures for G-A.

After trailing 27-23 after the first, the Blue Devils held Delone to 12 points in each of the remaining quarters, all the while racking up a healthy lead over the Squires.

On the right track: Saturday, members of the Chambersburg indoor track & field team competed at the Montgomery Invitational, and Dickinson 2 and came home with 11 top-10 finishes.

At Montgomery, Abby Yourkavitch placed second in the 3200 coming in at 11:29, while Kelton Chastulik added to his indoor record in the shot put, throwing a personal best of 56-7.75 to earn second.

In the girls 800, Kaylee Mowery placed sixth in 2:27.22.

At Dickinson the boys 4x800 relay team, compiled of James Merkle, Luke Sharrar, Tyler Best and Donovan Hazelton placed third with a finishing time of 9:09.89. Merkle also placed 10th in the boys 800 with a time of 2:10.95.

Quintan Barbour earned a top-three finish in the boys 400 with a time of 54.97 to earn bronze, while Andrew Feldman placed second in the boys 3200 in 1:28.51.

Reagan Winebrenner and Myles Braxton had podium finishes in the throws. Winebrenner placed second in the girls shot with a throw of 35-8.5, while Braxton placed third in the boys with a heave of 46-5.

Nate Reed placed sixth in the boys triple jump with a leap of 38-4.25, and Ariana Appenzeller placed ninth in the girls 55 meter race, finishing in 7.80.

Top performers

Boys basketball 

  • Waynesboro's Logan Weibley scored a career-high 16 points in a non-league win over South Western, 71-57. The Indians were led by Cameron Keck (20), followed by Mitch Neterer (16) and Evan Hine (11).
  • Fannett-Metal's Mikell McGee tallied 34 in a narrow thanks to a solid performance from the foul line. He drained 18 of 20 attempts from the charity stripe to aid the Tigers in a narrow 61-59 SHL/ICC win over Southern Huntingdon. Austin Raymer tallied 10 points for the Tigers. 
  • Chase Novak stuffed the stat sheet in McConnellsburg's 61-48 win over Chestnut Ridge. Novak had 23 points, seven rebounds, five assists and six steals. 

Girls basketball

  • After averaging less than 5 points per game through the first six games, Katie Johns has reached double-digits in four of Fannett-Metal’s last five games, including a 12-point performance in a non-league win over Shalom Christian. Her scoring effort was topped off with 11 rebounds for a double-double. Makayla O'Donel and Taylor Coffman led the way for the Tigers with 14 points. It was a career-high performance for O'Donel.
  • Brooke Emge led the Flames in a loss to Fannett-Metal with 26 points - a career high - and was the only Shalom player to score more than seven points.
  • In a narrow 35-30 loss to the Hun School on Sunday, Olivia Coleman led Mercersburg in her third straight double-digit performance scoring 10 points in the loss. She had 11 rebounds to complete the double-double and also had four steals.

Boys basketball

Greencastle-Antrim (9-5) 77, Delone Catholic 63
Waynesboro (9-5) 71, Southern Western 57
Southern Fulton (10-2, 6-1 SHL/5-1 ICC) 74, Northern Bedford 26
Hun School 68, Mercersburg Academy (3-10, 0-3) 37
Fannett-Metal (7-4, 4-4 SHL/4-3ICC) 61, Southern Huntingdon 59
McConnellsburg (10-3, 7-1 SHL) 61, Chestnut Ridge 48

Girls basketball

Delone Catholic 48, Greencastle-Antrim (10-3) 32
Fannett-Metal (7-4) 60, Shalom Christian (9-5) 44
Hun School 35, Mercersburg Academy 30
South Western 68, Waynesboro (8-5) 32
Red Lion 55, Shippensburg (6-8) 37