In middle school basketball results, the Wildwood boys won an eighth grade victory, 80-27, over winless Charles Town (0-11). The Mustangs improved to 11-1 with Donte Doleman scoring a school-record 29 points. J. King had eight points for the Panthers in a losing cause. The Wildwood seventh grade boys defeated Charles Town, 43-32, overcoming a 10-point halftime deficit in winning. Isaac Myers had 10 points for the seventh-grade Mustangs. Rahsaan Edwards scored eight points for Charles Town, then 5-6 overall. Wildwood was 8-4.
Wildwood’s eighth graders beat Harpers Ferry, 68-42, to move to 12-1 overall. The Tigers were 1-11. Travis Foster led the Mustangs with 16 points. The Mustang seventh graders defeated the Tigers, 46-16, inproving to 9-4 as Cory Carr totaled eight points. The winless Tigers fell to 0-12.
Charles Town tipped Wildwood, 44-26, in an eighth grade girls game. Kirsten Doleman chipped in 13 points for the unbeaten Panthers, who were 11-0. Kenzie Chrisman scored eight points for the Mustangs, who were 7-5 overall.
Harpers Ferry outscored Wildwood, 27-12, in another eight grade girls game. The Tigers upped their overall record to 12-1 overall. Wildwood was 7-6. Shelbie Spencer tossed in seven points for the Tigers while Sierra Shepherd had five points for the Mustangs.
Wildwood edged Charles Town, 26-21, in a seventh grade girls game. Dymond Lanham had 10 points in Wildwood’s sixth win against six losses. The Panthers fell to 1-10 overall. The Wildwood seventh grade girls defeated Harpers Ferry, 16-12, in a low-scoring game. Devan Day scored 10 of Wildwood’s 16 points. Wildwood was 12-1 overall. The Tiger seventh graders were 4-9 overall as Kayla Reifke netting 10 of the team’s 12 points.
On Monday, the Wildwood eighth-grade boys beat Spring Mills, 52-33, with Donte Doleman scoring 19 points for the Mustangs. Travis Foster scored another 13 points. Ulysses Megargee led the Patriots with 12 points. Wildwood was 13-1 and achieved a first-round bye in the MAC tournament. Spring Mills was 3-10.
The Wildwood seventh-grade boys edged Spring Mills, 34-33, with Myles Roper acoring nine points. Michael Bratton had eight points. Wildwood was 10-4. Spring Mills was led by Michael Fallon’s 11 points. The Patriots were 3-10.
Brittany Hozdic scored nine points as the Wildwood eighth-grade girls stopped Springs Mills, 31-11. Wildwood was 8-6 overall and Spring Mills was 4-9 overall.
Wildwood’s seventh-grade girls were beaten by Spring Mills, 24-19. Spring Mills improved its seventh-grade girls’ record to 10-3 and the Mustangs dipped to 7-7 overall.