Junior guard/forward Melba Chambers scored a game-high 24 points to pass the 1,000 mark for her career as No. 5 St. Frances (5-1) rolled to an 81-31 rout of visiting Archbishop Spalding (2-4) in girls basketball yesterday.
Chambers added 12 rebounds. Junior center Kortni Webb had 20 points and 15 rebounds and Jakia Ervin added 19 points for the Panthers.
* Seton-PG 80, Southern-AA 35: Tomuke Eduwei scored 15 points and Tiffany Brown added 14 as host Seton-Prince George's, ranked in the top five in the Washington metro area, toppled No. 8 Southern-Anne Arundel (2-2). Laekeka Wesley, a senior center, led the Bulldogs with 14 points, 14 rebounds and five steals.
* Mercy 28, Mount de Sales 25: Christina Williamson scored 16 to rally No. 20 Mercy (3-2, 1-0) over visiting Mount de Sales in a Catholic League game.
* Severna Park 47, Annapolis 40: Angela DeSalvo scored 12 to lead visiting Severna Park (4-0) in an upset of No. 11 Annapolis (1-3), which has dropped its past two games.
* Western 87, Southern-B 6: Chanel Wright had 19 points and Danielle Davis had 17 as top-ranked Western (4-0) defeated visiting Southern.
* Hammond 73, Liberty 16: Junior guard Tiki Nicholson scored a game-high 19 points in No. 2 Hammond's rout over Liberty.
* Seton Keough (C) 48, John Carroll 25: Sophomore guard Melanie Morris scored 10 as No. 15 Seton Keough (Catholic League) dropped visiting John Carroll.
* Fallston 57, Elkton 41: Lori Heffley scored 15 points and Candy Credito added 14 to lead No. 13 Fallston (5-0) past Elkton. Chantale Wesley scored 15 points to lead Elkton and Kristin Hoopes added 14.
* Westminster 63, Centennial 41: Julie Backof scored game-high 14 points and added seven rebounds to push visiting Westminster (3-1) past Centennial (1-3).
Michelle Brown led the Eagles with 12 points.
* Bryn Mawr 31, Maryvale 26: Sophomore forward Emily Hickman scored 14 and grabbed nine rebounds to lead Bryn Mawr (2-2) over visiting Maryvale (1-5).
* Pikesville 71, Chesapeake-BC 38: Shooting guard Jamie Robbins had 18 points and four steals as Pikesville won its first win of the season in a rout over Chesapeake-BC. Robbins had 18 points and four steals.
* Broadneck 54, Patterson 42: Freshman center Sarah Brino scored 17 to help Broadneck past visiting Patterson (1-3). The Bruins (2-1) who led by one at halftime.
* Perry Hall 50, Parkville 39: Brianna Bavis, a sophomore center, powered in 19 points as host Perry Hall (3-2) topped Parkville (2-3).
* Atholton 76, Bel Air 35: Lea Nichols scored 12 points in leading host Atholton (3-1) over Bel Air (0-3).
* Dulaney 64, Dundalk 36: Junior guard Lisa Ruthledge scord a game high 21 points to lead host Dulaney (3-1) over Dundalk. Kim Marsheck led the Owls with 18.
* Franklin 53, Woodlawn 47: Junior guard Sharee Lewis scored 15 points as Franklin (2-1) defeated host Woodlawn (0-3).
* City 36, Forest Park 28: Sophomore guard Lanea Rogers had 10 points as City (2-3) beat visiting Forest Park (1-2). Sherri Anderson led the Forresters with 13.
* North County 58, Glen Burnie 34: Sarah Helms scored 18 and North County (2-2) opened with an 18-3 run to roll over Glen Burnie (0-3) in an Anne Arundel County game.