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Carroll Varsity Roundup: Century boys hoops opens with convincing win over Franklin

Century High School
Century High School (CCPS logo)

Justin Wunder scored 22 points and Carter Truby added 15 to lead Century’s boys basketball team past Franklin 77-61 on Friday night in Reisterstown.

Jared Lamb notched a double-double for the Knights with 12 points and 10 rebounds.

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JV result: Franklin, 54-38 (C-Colby Owings 9 points).

Liberty 58, Frederick 51

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Recap: At Frederick, the reigning CCAL champions got 30 points and 16 rebounds from Tristan Kent. Connor Stewart scored 13 and Jack Merchak grabbed seven rebounds to go with five assists.

JV result: Liberty, 66-40 (Jayden Adams 26 points).

Thomas Johnson 54, Westminster 31

Recap: At Westminster, Drue Giles had 13 points and Terrence McDonald netted nine for the Owls.

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Brunswick 59, Francis Scott Key 43

Recap: At Uniontown, the Eagles fell to 1-1. No box score information was reported.

Girls Basketball

Manchester Valley 49, Harford Tech 30

Recap: At Bel Air, Kassidy Johnson collected nine rebounds and seven points for the Mavs. Ellie Boswell posted nine points for MV.

JV result: MV, 38-28 (Morgan Kresslein 11 points)

Catoctin 35, South Carroll 33

Recap: At Winfield, Rachel Tackett led the Cavaliers with nine points and Bethany Fowler scored six.

JV result: Catoctin, 40-27 (SC-Kayla Anderson 11 points).

Thomas Johnson 55, Westminster 51

Recap: At Frederick, the Owls dropped their opener. No box score information was reported.

Francis Scott Key 48, Catoctin 47

Recap: At Thurmont on Thursday, Savannah Brooks led the Eagles to a win in their opener with 14 points. Kennedy Cornick and Bailey Mathias had eight points apiece, and Cornick added seven rebounds. Rachel Wright sealed the win with a late free throw.

JV result: FSK, 38-36 (Darlene Brown hit the game-winner with 7 seconds to play).

Williamsport 37, Century 29

Recap: At Eldersburg on Thursday, Jess Diorio led the Knights in their season opener with eight points and five rebounds. Emily Kain added five boards.

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