McDonogh girls handle IND, 70-48

THE BALTIMORE SUN

Brittany Mallory and Beck Cox combined for 39 points as No. 5 McDonogh won its 11th straight, 70-48, over the Institute of Notre Dame last night in girls basketball.

Mallory finished with 11 rebounds, seven assists and eight steals for the Eagles (12-4). Cox had eight assists and five steals.

McDonogh led by eight at the half before breaking the game open.

No. 4 Seton Keough 54, St. Paul's 38 -- Helena Snowden scored 14 points to lead visiting Seton Keough (12-2) past St. Paul's (11-4). Seton Keough led 13-7 after the first quarter. Snowden scored nine of the 13 points.

No. 6 Arundel 56, Severna Park 46 -- Jazman Ramsey scored 19 points to lead the host Wildcats (9-3) past the Falcons (6-7). Arundel led 13-5 after the first quarter and never trailed.

No. 7 New Town 54, Western Tech 44 -- Peju Awodipe led the visiting Titans (11-2) with 16 points. New Town trailed the Wolverines 28-25 at the half.

No. 8 River Hill 55, Glenelg 44 -- Keisha Eaddy scored 24 points as the Hawks (12-0) beat the Gladiators (8-4).

No. 10 Mount Hebron 38, Wilde Lake 34 -- Deanna Dydynski scored 11 points for the visiting Vikings (10-3). Mount Hebron trailed 34-32 going into the fourth quarter, then held the Wildecats scoreless.

Eastern Tech 82, Chesapeake-BC 30 -- John'a Poole scored 43 points as the host Mavericks (9-1) beat the Bayhawks.

Boys

No. 2 St. Frances 73, Calvert Hall 53 -- Aric Brooks scored 18 points to lead the host Panthers (17-3) past the Cardinals. St. Frances led by 17 entering the fourth quarter.

No. 5 Towson Catholic 66, Archbishop Spalding 49 -- Donte Greene scored 18 points to lead the visiting Owls (15-4) past the Cavaliers (10-10).

No. 7 Douglass 87, DuBois 65 -- Antoine Smithson scored 26 points to lead the host Mighty Ducks (10-1) over the Panthers. Douglass led 30-11 after the first quarter and never trailed.

North County 50, No. 13 Glen Burnie 32 -- Tavon Kennedy scored 10 points as the Knights upset the Gophers (9-4). The Gophers shot 21 percent from the field. Kareem Downs led Glen Burnie with 14.

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