Girls basketball: Gilman has 17 points as St. Mary's overcomes Broadneck

Elizabeth Gilman posted a team-high 17 points, while Karry Kelliher and Maggie Aumiller each scored career-bests with 13 and 12 points, respectively as St. Mary’s twice came back from double-digit deficits to defeat Broadneck, 61-47 in girls basketball play on Tuesday. Whitney Albert accounted for 11 points and Bryce Pfundstein pulled down nine boards as the Saints hit nine 3-pointers in the contest.

Khalia Turner of the Bruins outdid everyone by pouring in 29 points. St. Mary’s is now 2-1 while the Bruins fall to 0-1.

SOUTH RIVER 56, PATTERSON MILL 19: Ashlynn Burrows scored 11 points and grabbed eight rebounds, while Mackenna Palmer contributed nine points and Paris Plummer had seven points as the Seahawks opened the season with a convincing win over the Huskies. Harley Herndon added four points and seven assists for South River (1-0).

ROCKBRIDGE 31, MD. SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF 30: Mayowa Taiwo started her senior year with 11 points and 14 rebounds, while Emma Williams added seven points and four rebounds as the Scots nipped the Orioles. Sarah Williams added eight points for Rockbridge (1-0).

AACS 72, ST. PAUL’S 70: Reniyah Ross tallied 21 points, five assists, four rebounds and a steal and Koi Sims added 15 points and 21 rebounds as the eagles edged the Gators. Deja Bristol provided 13 points, 11 rebounds and for blocks and Morgan DeBeary contributed 10 points and four boards for the still-unbeaten Eagles (4-0).

KENT ISLAND 47, CAMBRIDGE-SOUTH DORCHESTER 40 (OT): The Buccaneers (1-0) opened the season on the road with an overtime win over the Vikings.

ARUNDEL 72, PATUXENT 25: Nikki Seven and Jalyn Richardson each scored 14 points to lead the Wildcats in their defeat of the Panthers. Ariana Harmon scored 11 and Brandy Middleton added 10 for Arundel (1-0).

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