The Fayette Tribune, Oak Hill, W.Va.

Sports

February 12, 2014

AMS defeats SSPP 56-21

Nathan Hanshew collected 17 points last Tuesday to pace the Ansted Middle School boys past Saints Peter and Paul Catholic School.

Nick Adams contributed 10 points for the Trailblazers. Others in the scoring column were: Noah Minor, 4; Samuel Dickerson, 4; Colton Yoder, 3; Hunter Harper, 3; Todd Neal, 4; Colin Dempsey, 6; Anthony Fox, 3; and Trevor Harrell, 2.

Andre Re tallied six to lead the Crusaders. Other scorers were: Noah Craddock, 5; Adam Nibert, 4; Matthew Mrozek, 2; Wil Swan, 2; and Cam Craddock, 2.

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