A Times reporter had to be present for the game to qualify for our countdown. Significance of the event played a major role, as did any championships at stake. We will unveil the top 15 five at a time, concluding with No. 5 through No. 1 today.
The Lions traveled last weekend to Pottstown, Pa., for The Hill School’s annual tournament. They opened their season with a loss to McDonogh, but earned wins over Oldfields (57-40) and the hosts (63-26) to take the title.
Chad Schaffer started the match with a win at 138 pounds for the Mavericks, who raced to a 35-6 lead through 10 bouts. Man Valley got major decisions from senior Thomas Chenoweth (152) and Zach Brathuhn (285), and pins from junior Grant Warner (195) and freshmen Travis Green (106) and Jake Boog (113).
The annual Baltimore Touchdown Club All-Star Classic is set for Dec. 14 at River Hill High School, with two games on the schedule. The East vs. West game takes place at noon, followed by the North vs. South matchup at 3.
Liv Storer had seven points and 10 rebounds before fouling out in McDaniel’s 51-42 loss, but the result likely mattered little. Not after 24 hours of travel and little to no sleep for mom and dad to see their child in action.
The siblings are back together again as basketball teammates, Jayce a 5-foot-6 junior guard with two starts this year and Josey a 5-1 freshman guard who made her first collegiate start Wednesday against Gettysburg.
The Green Terror forced 16 turnovers, out-rebounded their opponent 38-37, and collected 26 points off the bench to Gettysburg’s 18. A fourth-quarter dry spell from the home team led to the Bullets’ gathering themselves for a victory, but it wasn’t easy.