High School sports roundup 12-19

Swimming
December 19

Gettysburg (boys) 98, Mechanicsburg 56

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Mechanicsburg (girls) 96, Gettysburg 74

First place finishers for Gettysburg included:
Addy Dunlop, William Morris, Maya Brainard, Morgan Bishop, Sam Coolbaugh, and Wes Coolbaugh.

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Girls Basketball
December 19

Bermudian 57, Biglerville 46

TEAM 1 2 3 4 Total
Bermudian 18 12 13 14 57
Biglerville 9 10 17 10 46

Bermudian raced out to an 11-point lead at the half, then held serve the rest of the way. Lucy Peters and Hannah Metzger had 19 and 18 points, respectively. Biglerville’s Eva Hollabaugh had a game-high 20 points, while Kierney Weigle added a dozen for the Canners.

West Perry 31, Gettysburg 29

TEAM 1 2 3 4 Total
Gettysburg 4 11 6 8 29
West Perry 14 2 8 7 31

Gettysburg lost a tough one to West Perry on Tuesday. After falling behind by 10 points at the end of the first quarter, the Warriors quickly made it a game again by half before falling just short. Madeline Delaney paced Gettysburg with 11 points, Megha Makkencherry had nine, while West Perry’s Julie Loy led all scorers with 17.

Boys Basketball

Littlestown 72, Fairfield 32

TEAM 1 2 3 4 Total
Fairfield 2 15 5 10 32
Littlestown 24 22 13 13 72

It was over early at Littlestown, where the Bolts thundered out to 24-2 first quarter lead. Christopher Meakin led the scoring parade with 22 points, followed by Brandon Claybaugh with 17 and Cole Riley with 12. For Fairfield, Wyatt Kuhn scored over half his team’s points, finishing with 21.

New Oxford 74, Dover 38

TEAM 1 2 3 4 Total
New Oxford 18 23 23 10 74
Dover 2 14 9 13 38

New Oxford rolled into Dover and over their hosts, leading from start. Just about everybody got into the act for the Colonials, with Brennan and Brody Holmes each scoring 13 points. Ian Ifill had 13 for Dover.

Bermudian 57, Biglerville 32

TEAM 1 2 3 4 Total
Bermudian 14 11 20 12 57
Biglerville 5 9 7 11 32

Bermudian built an 11-point halftime advantage and coasted to the win at Biglerville. Tyson Carpenter sparked the attack with 19 point for the Eagles. Anthony Cervantes had nine for the Canners.

Gettysburg 74, West Perry 28

TEAM 1 2 3 4 Total
West Perry 6 10 8 4 28
Gettysburg 15 28 16 15 74

A massive 28-point second quarter all but finished off visiting West Perry Tuesday evening, as Gettysburg sauntered to the win. Brody Wagner and Josh Herr had 19 and 16 points, respectively, for the Warriors. Casey Sutch had 14 to lead West Perry.

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