Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action from Wednesday, Dec. 14.
Century 53, Franklin 14: Harli Hamlett and Hannah Duncan each scored 12 points to lead the visiting Knights (2-1) past the Indians. Hamlett added four rebounds and three steals, while Duncan had four steals and three assists. Mackenzie Mowder had seven points and five rebounds. Mia Graff chipped in six points and five rebounds.
Annapolis 59, Great Mills 55: Annapolis outscored Great Mills 22-17 in the fourth quarter to force overtime, where the Panthers picked up the win, holding Great Mills to only two points. Kiamyani Scott had 33 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Panthers to the win. McKenzie Fuller backed her with 16 points.
Severna Park 34, Severn 10: The Falcons held the Admirals to only two second-half points. Hannah Verreault and Abby Kavanagh each had nine points and eight rebounds. Karli Kirchenheiter had five points and six steals.
McDonogh 63, Mount Carmel 39: Autumn Fleary scored 20 points to lead the host Eagles (3-1, 2-0 Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference) over the Cougars (2-2, 0-1). McDonogh made seven 3-pointers. The victory was the Eagles’ third straight.
Oakland Mills 58, Marriotts Ridge 47: The Scorpions (2-1) found success from behind the arc, knocking down seven 3-pointers as freshman Chloe Grenway led the way with 21 points. Destiny Macharia added 14 points. For Marriotts Ridge (3-2), Kerri Lee had a team-high 12 points as Hope Hettinger added 10.
Howard 64, Glenelg 27: The Lions (4-0) remained undefeated as Gabby Kennerly scored a team-high 21 points. Samiyah Nasir added 11 for Howard in its third county win of the season. For Glenelg (2-1), Emmy Dellorusso led the way with 11 points as both Maggie Metz and Maria Garbis scored five.
Mt. Hebron 40, Reservoir 39: Iva Damyanova scored 16 points to lead Mt. Hebron (2-1) to the narrow victory. Leen Jawhar contributed in a variety of areas for the Vikings with 10 points, 14 rebounds and five steals. Freshman Pearl Prasartkarnka contributed 10 points off the bench. For Reservoir (1-1), Alissa Young and Jasmin Shelton both finished in double figures with 14 and 11 points, respectively.
Hammond 54, Long Reach 20: The Golden Bears (3-2) earned their first county win of the season as Sara Yarnell had a team-best 14 points, eight of which came in the fourth quarter. Nia Green added 11 points and Delani Thomas added eight.
River Hill 41, Atholton 37: The Hawks (3-1) bounced back from their first loss to defeat the Raiders with Taylor Shane scoring 19 points, 11 of which came in the final quarter. Camille Nesmith added eight points, while Dylan Watson scored six.
Edgewood 52, Kenwood 19: The Rams were led in scoring by freshman Jael Erickson with 22 points. Sam Donovan snd Aryella Cullum each chipped in six points, while Donovan added five assists and got seven steals on the defensive end. Saniya Brown pulled down eight rebounds, Lilly Smeltzer had seven, while Arianna Sisk, Jasmine Oyekanmi and Aryella Cullum each grabbed five.
St. Mary’s 55, Mount de Sales 48: The Saints led 16-0 after one quarter. Baily Walden scored 20 points and Alexandra Vandiver had 18 in the Saints’ win. Bailey Harris chipped in 11 points. Shelby Lewis had 12 points to lead Mount de Sales. Mackenzie Conley had 10 points.
Carver A&T 42, Sparrows Point 34
Carver A&T 60, Sparrows Point 50: Gabe Byrd scored 20 points, while Aaron Schilling hit five 3-pointers for 15 points in the win. Ryan Miller and Jamarr Lyde each had 11 points with Lyde pulling down eight rebounds.
Southern 66, Key School 47: Reid Chapman scored a game-high 18 points, but the Obezags (1-1) fell to the host Bulldogs (1-1). Brian Griffin had 17 points, Sabin Cordua had 12 points and Ethan Sheffey had 10 points for Southern.
Oakland Mills 69, Marriott Ridge 56: The Scorpions trailed by nine after one and three going into the fourth, where they outscored the Mustangs 27-11. Dejuan Taylor led Oakland Mills with 20 points, Xavier Vereen was right behind with 19. Jack Bonner scored a game-high 24 points for Marriotts Ridge.
Patterson Mill 68, Eastern Tech 26: Kanye Stephens scored a game-high 26 points to lead the visiting Huskies past the Mavericks.
Indian Creek 71, Arundel 70: Will Frost scored 17 points and the game-winning basket to lift the host Eagles (8-5) over the Wildcats. Indian Creek was led by Aiden Evans with 25 points and Kyndall Crawford with 23 points. Arundel was led by Noah Frayer, who went 11-for-13 from the foul line, to finish with 19 points. Cam Black pitched in 18.
Loyola Blakefield 46, Archbishop Spalding 44: The host Dons (4-2, 2-1 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference) won their second game in a row. The Cavaliers fell to 3-3, 0-1.
Wilde Lake 61, Centennial 41: The Wildecats (2-1) were well-balanced offensively with four double-digit scorers. Kain Corkeron led the way with 16, including a trio of 3-pointers, while Xavier Gilliam scored 14. Both Ethan Jackson and Nathan Hiteshew scored 12. For Centennial (1-3), Tyler Longwell had 11 points, while Martin Dedrick added 10.
Glenelg 47, Howard 44: The Gladiators (1-2) earned their first win of the season as Christian Chen led with 17 points, 12 of those coming in the second half. Russ Minni, Zach LaFountain and Will Piwowarski each scored six for Glenelg. For Howard (1-2), Pete Hagen led with 17 points.
Atholton 51, River Hill 49: The Raiders (2-2) returned to the win column as Amir Shaheed scored a season-high 21 points. Christian Jackson added 12, his fourth straight game in double figures to begin the season. For River Hill (2-2), Demetre Koutras had a team-high 12 points as Matthew Behrmann chipped in 11.
Reservoir 55, Mt. Hebron 34: The Gators (5-0) maintained their strong start to the season with Phoenix Eggleston scoring a season-high 13 points and Jacobi Jones adding 10. Both Zach Chin and Irby Hunter scored eight, as Reservoir built an early 18-0 lead after the opening quarter. For Mt. Hebron (1-2), Cooper Strohman had six points.
Francis Scott Key 50, Brunswick 30: Nate Taylor (132), Gabe Ramirez (138), Chris Thomas (152), Bodey Griffin (160), Payton Weaver (170), Adam Knox (182) and Gabe Dell (195) all recorded pins for the Eagles (2-1). Jacob Dell (220) recorded a technical fall while Patrick Mattingly (126) recorded a decision.
Winters Mill 45, Century 32: The Falcons got pins from Landon Buchman (145) and Matthew Pawley (195), a decision win from Jackson Richmond (170) and a win by default from Willis Kiler (106). Century got pins from Nick Ellis (220), Peyton Grogg (120), Dylan Vroom (138) and JT Ferguson (182). Chidima Iziogo (285) and Joey D`Orsogna (160) won major decisions.
Perryville 42, Fallston 42: Perryville was awarded the win on criteria F, least forfeits given up.
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