Davis' 31 leads Hopkins past Gettysburg, 98-74

Coppin drops first game

McDaniel cruises to 3-1

State women

December 01, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Whitney Davis scored a career-high 31 points and Ashanna Randall added 21 as Johns Hopkins used a 57-point second half to defeat Gettysburg, 98-74, in the Centennial Conference last night.

Davis hit 11 of 14 shots from the field, including five three-pointers, leading an 11-2 first-half run and a 26-6 second-half burst that gave the Blue Jays (5-0) their ninth straight win over the Bullets (3-2).

Randall was 10-for-12 from the field and had seven rebounds.

The 98 points were the second-most scored by a Hopkins team.

Jen Bengel scored 17 of her team-high 20 points in the second half for Gettysburg, which came up short in head coach Mike Kirkpatrick's first bid for his 200th victory.

James Madison 66, Coppin State 54: Tamera Young had 16 points to help host James Madison (3-1) hand Coppin State (3-1) its first loss of the season.

Rashida Suber, with 11 points, was the only other Coppin player in double figures, and the Lady Eagles were out-rebounded for the first time this season after coming into the game averaging 20 more rebounds than their opponents.

McDaniel 75, Washington College 30: The visiting Green Terror (3-1) forced 34 turnovers by the Shorewomen and finished with 17 steals and seven blocks.

McDaniel sophomore Amy Watson had a career-high four steals.

Lauren Duckworth led the Shorewomen (1-3) with 10 points and seven rebounds.

Shenandoah 67, Hood 58: The Hornets (1-2) turned a five-point deficit into a seven-point advantage over a three-minute, 40-second surge in the second half and never looked back to beat the host Blazers (1-3).

College of Notre Dome 68, Valley Forge Christian 48: Junior Monica Cherry scored a season-high 17 points to lead the host Gators (2-1) past the Patriots (2-5).

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