Arundel girls capture 5th place in IAABO, 50-43

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Fifth-ranked Arundel used six three-pointers to take a 14-point halftime lead, then held on to defeat Wise of Prince George's County, 50-43, in the fifth-place game of the IAABO Tournament yesterday at Prince George's Community College.

Senior Ashley Davis made four of the three-pointers to lead Arundel with 16 points. The game put her over 1,000 points for her career.

Sheronne Vails had 11 points and a team-high 11 rebounds for the Wildcats (5-3), who lost to Good Counsel in the first round before defeating Blake on Saturday to advance to last night's game.

No. 8 DIGITAL HARBOR 56, WESTINGHOUSE (Pa.) 34:: Asia Logan had 26 points and 15 rebounds and Michelle Groom had 10 assists as the Lady Rams (5-1) defeated the host Lady Bulldogs to capture the title in the Westinghouse Tournament in Pittsburgh. Logan was named the tournament's Most Valuable Player.

ANNAPOLIS 51, FRANKLIN (PA.) 46:: The Panthers (4-3) came back from four points down to defeat the visiting Panthers (2-7). Kamyiah Surgeon led all scorers with 15 points and added a team-high eight rebounds.


WHITE STATION (TENN.) 69, No. 10 TOWSON CATHOLIC 53:: Four players scored in double digits for the Owls (5-4), but they lost to the host Spartans (8-3) in the first round of the Bojangles Shootout in Charlotte, N.C.

Towson Catholic cut the lead to seven with four minutes left, but White Station made enough free throws late to win.

RESERVOIR 69, KENWOOD 68, OT: : Taz Larry's three-point shot from half court as time was expiring in overtime gave the Gators (4-3) a victory over the visiting Bluebirds (2-4).

Reservoir rallied from 12 down in the fourth quarter and took a three-point lead with less than a minute to play, but Kenwood hit a buzzer-beater of its own to send the game into overtime. Eddie Hayes led all scorers with 19 points for the Gators.

MOUNT CARMEL 66, PATAPSCO 59:: The Cougars (8-4) rallied from a three-point deficit to start the fourth quarter to defeat the host Patriots in the Capital City Classic.

Bilal Small had nine of his 13 points in the final period. Vonzell Groom led all scorers with 16 points for the Cougars.

OVERLEA 69, LOCH RAVEN 66, OT: : Jamal Brown had 17 points and eight rebounds as the Falcons (8-1) held on to defeat the visiting Raiders (2-5) in overtime at the Overlea Tournament. Travis Queen led all scorers with 28 points in the loss. Overlea will play Oakland Mills for the championship today.

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