Roundup: River Hill girls, Atholton boys win Howard track titles

The No. 2 River Hill girls and the Atholton boys won the team titles at Friday's Howard County indoor track and field championship meet at Prince George's Sports and Learning Complex.

River Hill repeated as girls champion with 97.33 points, beating out Long Reach (75).

The Atholton boys, who took third last winter when River Hill also won the boys crown, easily captured this title with 115.5 points. Reservoir (88) finished in second place.

Aneesha Scott of Long Reach (55 meters, 300 meters), Becky Yep from Mount Hebron (1,600, 3,200), River Hill's Scott Heydrick (800, 1,600) and Mount Hebron's Eryn Donaldson (high jump, long jump) were among those who won two individual events.

Boys basketball

Top-ranked Mount St. Joseph took an early lead and never relinquished it as it beat host St. Maria Goretti, 89-46, Friday.


The Gaels (21-2) have won nine straight games.

Mount St. Joseph held a 44-23 advantage at the half.


led all scorers with 24 points, and

, the Notre Dame-bound senior, had 19. Nick Martin led Goretti with 22 points.

No. 5 Arundel 58, Severna Park 36:

Brandon Belt (12 points), Terrell Tullis (12 points) and R.J. Harris (11 points) all scored in double figures as the Wildcats (13-1) defeated Severna Park. Joshey Torres scored 11 points for the Falcons in the loss.

No. 9 Annapolis 76, Southern 61:

The host Panthers (12-1) broke the game open in the third quarter with a 19-8 run. Delmore Howard had 15 points for Annapolis. Bryan Harris had a game-high 23 points for the Bulldogs.

No. 11 Old Mill 74, Glen Burnie 56:

Eric Savage led the way with 14 points and five steals as the Patriots (10-3) defeated the visiting Gophers (8-6). Chris Day also scored 14 points.

Girls basketball
No. 2 Archbishop Spalding 55, No. 5 McDonogh 41:

Maggie Morrison scored 15 points as the host Cavaliers (7-1) built a 30-15 halftime lead and held on. Candice Hendricks led all scorers with 17 points for the Eagles (11-4).

No. 6 Roland Park 42, Mercy 27:

Lauren Carter led the visiting Reds with a double double (14 points, 10 rebounds).

Daisy Alaeze finished with nine points and nine rebounds for Roland Park (13-5).


Taylor Carter had 10 points for the Magic.

No. 7 Arundel 86, Severna Park 22:

Sherrone Vails' 17 points led the way for the Wildcats, who cruised to a victory. Arundel (11-2) led 46-6 at the half.

No. 8 Meade 89, North County 60:

Sophomore guard Imani Bailey scored 25 points and Alissa Chambliss added 20 as the host Mustangs (13-0) downed the Knights (4-7).

No. 9 Seton Keough 69, Institute of Notre Dame 15:

Achiri Ade had 14 points and Liz Brown added 12 as the host Gators (10-8) routed the Indians.

No. 10 City 59, Dunbar 48:

LaShay Taft scored 22 points to lead the Knights (10-3) to a victory over the Poets. Michelle Wright led all scorers with 24 points in the loss.

No. 11 Catonsville 63, Kenwood 32:

Zoey Whittington scored a game-high 24 points for the Comets (12-1), who took a 41-13 halftime lead.

Notre Dame Prep 48, No. 13 Severn 47:

Meghan Helm scored a game-high 24 points and converted both ends of a one-and-one with nine seconds left as the visiting Blazers (13-2) upset the Admirals (14-2).

No. 3 Archbishop Curley 40, No. 13 Loyola 22:

Anthony Williams (171 pounds) pinned Michael Freiji in 54 seconds to give the Friars (4-0) a 27-22 lead as Curley took the last four matches.

Baltimore Sun reporters contributed to this article.