Prep roundup: Severna Park's Ward on target again

Rachel Ward made seven 3-pointers for the second time in less than 24 hours, finishing with a game-high 25 points, to lead Severna Park to a 46-38 victory over Severn on Saturday.

Ward made four 3-pointers in the fourth quarter as the Falcons outscored the Admirals, 17-8. Ward was coming off a 24-point effort in a win over Southern on Friday that included seven 3-pointers.

Jessica Giblin added 10 points for Severna Park (10-5).

Jorryn Avery scored 13 points to surpass the 1,000-point plateau and Morgan Skinner had 12 for Severn (5-12).

SOUTH RIVER 45, MARYVALE PREP 40: Ashlynn Burrows finished with 27 points and 15 rebounds as the Seahawks defeated Lions at the Public vs. Private Challenge at McDonogh.

Harley Herndon added five points, five rebounds and five assists, and Mackenna Palmer finished with six points for South River (14-1).

ST. MARY’S 57, GLEN BURNIE 39: Whitney Albert scored 15 points and Karry Kelliher added 11 as the Saints defeated the Gophers at the Public vs. Private Challenge. Elizabeth Gilman totaled eight points and 10 rebounds and Claire Richardson produced eight points and five assists for St. Mary’s (10-4).

Tierra Harris led all scorers with 22 paoints and Jaya Dews added 10 points for Glen Burnie (2-11).

Other scores

Archbishop Spalding 47, Mount Carmel 33

WRESTLING

PAINT BRACH INVITATIONAL: Levi Garren (170) and Nasir Bakare (285) each earned championships for second-place finishing Old Mill at the Paint Branch Invitational. Damion Mansapit (126) and Robbie Fleming (152) made it to the finals but lost, while Ryheam Tull (120), Nehamiah Carter (160) and Jason Smith (182) won the consolation bracket to finish third. Nate Fleming (220) lost in the consolation final to finish fourth and Cortez Floyd (195) placed sixth.

Calvin Brumfield (132) earned his second title at the tournament, while Trenton Puccinelli (152) and Alex Peterson (220) each won their weight classes as South River placed third of 22 teams behind champion Winston Churchill and Old Mill. Isaac Barber (113) and Ka’Ron Lewis (285) finished as runners-up, while Mason Smith (106) and Tyler Larson (126) placed sixth.

SWIMMING

SEVERNA PARK BOYS, SOUTH RIVER GIRLS SWEEP: Reid Hussey (200 individual medley, 100 butterfly) and Alex Kuriawa (50 and 100 freestyle) each had individual victories and the Falcons used their depth to sweep South River (51-43), Southern (83-11) and Glen Burnie (83-8) in a quad meet held on Friday night. Charles Pitta swam away with the 500 freestyle and teamed with Kyle Cannon, Ben Simpkins and Ian Daniels to win the 400 freestyle relay.

Devin McClure matched the individual efforts of Hussey and Kuriawa by winning the 200 freestyle and 100 backstroke, while teaming with Charlie Pacher, Matthew Speciale and Andrew Falsone to win the 200 medley relay. The combination of McClure, Pacher, Falsone and Jack Sykes won the 200 freestyle relay and Pacher touched first in the 100 breast stroke as the Seahawks topped the Bulldogs (83-11) and the Gophers (83-8). Southern nipped Glen Burnie, 43-41.

Sarah Mulvaney (50 and 100 freestyle) and Grace Burkhardt (100 back) were a part of four wins as the Seahawks girls swept Severna Park (65-29), Southern (83-11) and Glen Burnie (80-12). Burkhardt and Mulvaney combined with Jenna Miller and Claire Twomey to win the 200 medley relay, while Burkhardt, Mulvaney, Jennifer Thompson and Tessa Schauermann made up the winning 200 freestyle team. Burkhardt, Thompson, Schauermann and Alexa Anderson made it a sweep of the relays by teaming to win the 400 freestyle relay. Miller took first in both the 200 IM and 100 breast stroke, Twomey won the 100 butterfly and Thompson was victorious in the 200 freestyle.

Rachel Florio of Glen Burnie was the only other winner, swimming to a first in the 500 freestyle.

Severna Park defeated Southern (83-11) and Glen Burnie (80-12), while Southern and Glen Burnie tied at 45.

SEVERN GIRLS SPLIT: Tristan Bullock won the 100 butterfly, and Christiana Kambouris finished second in the 500 freestyle and 100 backstroke to help Severn defeat Pallotti 50-44, on Saturday.

Kambouris also joined with Sophie Oliver, Evie Krall and Katie Dubinski to win the 200 medley relay. Dubinski also finished second in the 100 freestyle.

Also Saturday, the Admirals were edged out by Key, 48-46. Krall finished first in the 200 IM and 100 breast stroke. Sophie Oliver won the 50 free while Jewel Barner was second. Trina Reinhart, Faith Widick, Kambouris and Dubinski won the 400 free relay.

SEVERN BOYS SWEEP: Andrew Campbell won the 200 IM and 100 free and Evan Judge won the 50 freestyle to lead Severn past Pallotti, 59-34.

Campbell teamed with David Fitzgerald, Teddy Douglas and AJ McNamara to capture the 200 medley relay. Kain Domenech took second in the 50 freestyle.

The Admirals also defeated Key, 57-36. Fitzgerald won the 100 backstroke while Will Olver was second in the 100 butterfly and Benji Damon second in the 100 breast stroke.

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