Wable lifts Mount by St. Francis

January 11, 1994|By From Staff Reports EMMITSBURG

PRINCESS ANNE — EMMITSBURG -- Heather Wable scored a season-high 25 points to lift host Mount St. Mary's to a 70-61 Northeast Conference victory over St. Francis (Pa.) last night.

Sophomore Wable, who missed last season because of knee surgery, sparked a 12-2 first-half scoring run.

St. Francis sophomore Colleen Joyce gave the Red Flash (3-8, 2-2) a 9-7 lead on a basket at the 15:58 mark. Maggie Meagher tied the score on two free throws before Wable gave the Mount a 17-11 cushion.

The Mountaineers (8-2, 4-0), on a four-game winning streak, have won 10 in a row against NEC foes dating to last season. The Mountaineers shot 46 percent in the first half and led 36-29 at intermission.

Bethune 44, UMES 40

PRINCESS ANNE -- Bethune Cookman outscored UMES (0-8, 0-2) 24-15 in the second half en route to victory over the Hawks in a Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference game. The Wildcats were led by Francia Narr and Theresa Adams with 10 points each. Robin Pettit led UMES with 11 as UMES shot 33 percent.

N. C. A&T 71, Morgan St. 56

Despite Kaira Warfield's 24-point effort and Morgan's two-point halftime lead, visiting North Carolina A&T prevailed. North Carolina's Angela Hill scored a team-high 22 points (9-for-11, 4-for-4 from the line) and grabbed 15 rebounds.

Dundalk 52, Takoma Park 39

Freshman guard Carrie Falkenhan led Dundalk Community College (2-7) past visiting Montgomery College-Takoma Park (0-6) with 17 points, including three three-pointers, in a Maryland JuCo League game.

Falkenhan added seven assists and four steals. Sophomore guard Tena Law scored 11 for the Lions.

Frederick 78, Essex 65


FREDERICK -- Lekeisha Cooper scored 17 points to lead host Frederick CC (2-7) past Essex CC (8-2) in a Maryland JuCo league game. Tina Lotz led Essex with a 19.

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