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January 18, 2013

High school roundup: Rickert's double-double propels Line Mountain to TVL win

By The Daily Item

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MANDATA -- Cole Rickert stole the show once again for Line Mountain in Thursday's Tri-Valley League matchup against Millersburg.

First, Rickert knocked down five 3-pointers to finish with a game-high 23 points. He also pulled down 18 rebounds and had five steals to lead the Eagles to a 48-41 victory over the Indians.

Bill Breinich added 12 points and Codi Morris chipped in an additional five steals for Line Mountain (8-7, 6-3).

Travis Lamereaux tallied 17 points and Dawson Schlegel had 11 for Millersburg.

n Greenwood 58,

Upper Dauphin 49

MILLERSTOWN -- Four players scored in double figures to lead the Wildcats to the TVL win.

Ryan Kerstetter led the way with 13 points, while Tyler Fegley and Josh Ferguson scored 12 apiece and Nick Kerstetter chipped in 10 points for Greenwood (14-2, 10-0 TVL).

Austin M. Weaver tallied 16 points for Upper Dauphin.

n Lourdes Regional 67,

Northumberland Chr. 48

COAL TOWNSHIP -- By the time halftime rolled around the Warriors were already down by 23 points as the Red Raiders rolled to the nonleague win.

Zack Oquendo and Matt Savitski led Lourdes (11-3) with 12 and 11 points, respectively.

Daniel Severn led Northumberland Christian with 23 points.

n Meadowbrook Chr. 69,

Bloomsburg Christian 58

MILTON -- Graham Feaster not only had a double-double, but he also got hot at the right time in the fourth quarter to help the Lions take the nonleague victory.

Feaster tallied 27 points, including 14 in the final period, and he also pulled down 10 rebounds for Meadowbrook (7-5).

Jordan Hopper scored 15 points and he was among three players for Bloomsburg Christian (11-3) who were in double figures.

n Watsontown Chr. 65,

Walnut Street Chr. 50

WATSONTOWN -- Barry Wohlschlegel and Levi Watts outscored Walnut Street by themselves to help lift Watsontown Christian to its first win of the season. Wohlschlegel scored a team-high 26 while Watts recorded 25 points in the win.

The Crusaders (1-10) pulled away in the second quarter with a 20-point performance to go into the half up by eight. The two were tied at 11-all after one.

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