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Carroll Varsity Roundup (Jan. 11): Boys basketball games postponed because of COVID-19 concerns

Century, Liberty, and Winters Mill’s boys basketball teams are dealing with coronavirus concerns, which resulted in a shuffling of this week’s high school sports schedule.

Those teams are not able to participate because of the number of students who are in quarantine or isolation due to COVID-19, according to county supervisor of athletics Michael Duffy. Century’s game Monday with Manchester Valley was postponed, along with the Liberty-Westminster and South Carroll-Winters Mill contests.

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Century’s game with Westminster on Wednesday is also postponed, according to the Carroll County Athletic League’s schedule website.

Girls Basketball

Century 46, Man Valley 31

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Highlights: The Knights (1-1, 1-1 CCAL) won their first game of the season behind 14 points from Erin Mellendick and 12 from Sam Seledee. Century held the Mavs to nine first-half points. Carmaya Bowman had 14 rebounds and nine points for Man Valley.

Liberty 53, Westminster 41

Highlights: Alex Bull had 16 points for the Lions (2-0, 2-0 CCAL), while Kayla Allen and Kassie O’Hern added seven points apiece. Jillian Pumputis had 17 points and Carlie Rosewag collected 13 rebounds for the Owls (0-3, 0-3).

JV Boys Basketball

South Carroll 47, Winters Mill 29

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