From Sun staff reports
11:02 PM EST, December 27, 2011
Michelle Wright scored 21 points, but Dunbar's girls basketball team suffered its first loss of the season Tuesday at the BBOWS Holly n’ Hoops Tournament at McDonogh. The Poets committed 29 turnovers and fell to Archbishop Carroll (D.C.), 68-40.
Dunbar (7-1) trailed 29-18 at the half before the Lions went on a 21-12 run in the third quarter. Dunbar cut the lead to eight but got no closer. Carroll’s Alliyah Berger led all scorers with 25 points.
No. 1 Aberdeen 50, South Lakes 30: Brionna Jones had a double double (23 points, 12 rebounds) to power the Eagles (6-0) past the Seahawks at the IAABO Invitational at Prince George’s Community College.
Woodside (Va.) 51, No. 4. Archbishop Spalding 42: The Wolverines went on a 20-11 run in the thrid quarter to pull away from the Cavaliers (5-5) in the opening round of the Ronald Curry/Boo Williams Christmas Classic in Hampton, Va.
Raven Makins had 12 points for Spalding.
Bethlehem Catholic (Pa.) 61, No. 11 Roland Park 50: The Reds' one-point halftime lead evaporated when the Golden Hawks outscored them, 40-28, in the second half at the BBOWS Holly n’ Hoops Tournament at McDonogh.
Daisy Alaeze scored a game-high 21 points for Roland Park (5-3), which faces Holy Trinity (N.Y.) today at 6 p.m.
No. 14 Catonsville 59, Tatnall (Del.) 28: All but two Comets scored, led by Rachel Schwaab with eight points, in an opening round of the Diamond State Classic at Wilmington, Del. Catonsville (7-0) faces Seaford (Dela.) in tonight’s championship at 7:15 p.m.
No. 13 Lake Clifton 68, LaSalle (N.Y.) 41: James Boone scored a game-high 25 points to power the Lakers (4-2) past the Cardinals at the Northwestern/IAABO Memorial Mixer.
No. 14 Glen Burnie 73, South Carroll 69, 2OT: Clarence Watkins hit a 3-pointer with 16 seconds left in the second overtime to give the host Gophers (9-0) a two-point lead, and Markus Miller went two-for-two from the line to seal the championship of the J.T. Bogle Tournament.
Cavaliers’ Gavin McTavish (24 points) forced both overtimes, hitting a two-pointer with four seconds left in regulation and a buzzer-beater putback in the first overtime. William Brown had a game-high 35 points and 10 blocks for Glen Burnie.
Flint Hill (Va.) 63, Annapolis Area Christian School 62: Conner Lipinski had 15 points in a losing effort for the Eagles at the Bulldog Bash in Chantilly, Va.
Emmaus (Pa.) 75, Calvert Hall 57: The Green Hornets used 3-pointers and fast-breaks to get out front and stay there at the Jameer Nelson Classic in Philadelphia. Justin Beck led the Cardinals (6-6) with 27 points.
Gilman 69, Coppin Academy 56: Ryan Ripken (24 points) and Ben Grace (22 points) combined for 11 3-pointers to power the host Greyhounds (6-3) past the Eagles at the Sherm Bristow Holiday Tournament.
Franklin Tournament: In the second round, the host Indians lost, 62-46, to Towson. Chance Goldring had 19 points for the Generals, who led 31-20 at the break. Josh Gerard had 15 and New Town cruised, 92-52, past Chesapeake-BC. The Titans led by 20 at the half. Nkem Obineme had a game-high 20 points as Loch Raven beat C. Milton Wrwight, 58-49. And, Pikesville’s leading scorer Jamelle Christian put up 18 points in a 59-49 win over Western Tech.
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