No. 3 Calvert Hall boys beat No. 10 Towson Catholic in basketball, 59-54; Edmondson defeats Park

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John Graham had a game-high 25 points to power No. 3 Calvert Hall past host and No. 10 Towson Catholic, 59-54, yesterday in Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference basketball.

The Cardinals (12-2) led most of the game, but the Owls (6-6) started the fourth quarter on a 6-0 run to tie the score at 41 with seven minutes left.

Calvert Hall regained the lead, and Towson Catholic came within three points with a minute to play before Sean Holmes went 2-for-4 from the foul line to secure the win.

Levi Noel led the Owls with 16 points, and Devin Spencer had 12.

No. 11 EDMONDSON 56, PARK 38: : Karl Nelson scored 18 points, tied for the game high, in a losing effort for the Bruins (5-3) in the championship game of the Hoops for Habitat Tournament.

The Red Storm broke open what had been a five-point game until the four-minute mark of the fourth quarter when it went on a 13-0 run.

MCDONOGH 50, BOYS' LATIN 43, OT: : Denzell Walker and Gate Macis each scored five points in overtime to lead the Eagles (6-5) to victory in the title game of the Laker Invitational.

Macis (10 points) hit a three-pointer with a minute left in regulation to force overtime.

Walker finished with nine points.

Freshman and tournament Most Valuable Player Kayel Locke scored 11 of his game-high 13 points in the first half.

Boys' Latin had a six-point lead midway through the fourth quarter before McDonogh started pulling away.

ST. PAUL'S 75, DULANEY 57: : Sidney McCray scored 19 points to lead the host Crusaders (7-4) past the Lions. St. Paul's went on a 20-8 run in the first four minutes of the second half to spark the win.

Girls basketball

PARK 59, EDMONDSON 33: : Rose Coll and Dawn Lee combined to score 37 points as the host Bruins (8-2) beat the Red Storm at the Hoops for Habitat Tournament.

Park led 18-10 after the first quarter and never trailed.

Indoor track

The North Carroll girls' Alexis Hurd and the Winters Mill boys' James Ways had two first-place finishes apiece as their teams placed first at the Carroll County championship, known as the Frostbite Invite. Hurd ran the 55-meter dash in 7.1 seconds and the 300 in 43.70. Ways finished in 36.60 in the 300 and 1:09.10 in the 500.

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