Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action from Monday, Dec. 19.
Loch Raven 65, Milford Mill 25: Meona Boykins finished with a triple-double for the Raiders, scoring 24 points, grabbing 14 rebounds and picking up 13 steals. Maya Gordon backed her with 17 points and Aariyn Gibson chipped in 10.
Annapolis 53, Wilde Lake 46: Annapolis built a 12-5 lead after one quarter and kept the edge the rest of the game. Kiamyani Scott had 20 points, six steals and four assists, while McKenzie Fuller finished with 18 points, five assists and four steals. For Wilde Lake, Quinn Corkeron led the way offensively with 12 points. Tamir Whittle also added 11 for the Wildecats.
Chesapeake-AA 50, Indian Creek 41: Chesapeake closed the game out making 13 made free throws in the fourth quarter to pull out the win. Chesapeake was led by Ava Arruda with 15 points. Kasey Slade and Madison Kelly each had double-doubles with 12 points and 10 rebounds. Slade added six steals and Kelly had four steals. Madison Kelly 12 pts, 10 rebs, 4 steals Indian Creek got some outside shooting spark from both Haley Selmer with 18 points and Elia Alewine with 12 points.
Broadneck 38, North County 2: The Bruins shutout the Knights through three quarters. London Best had a game-high eight points. Every Bruin scored a basket in the game.
Fallston 40, C. Milton Wright 27: The Cougars got a double-doubles from junior forward Ayla Galloway, who finished with 18 points and 14 rebounds, and freshman Brooke Bolesta with 11 points and 10 rebounds. Additionally, Renae Gent had seven points and a team-high 19 rebounds, while Maddy Butts chipped in five points and 11 rebounds.
Harford Tech 55, Patterson Mill 37: The Cobras got 22 points, nine rebounds, four blocks and four steals from Anyia Gibson in the home win. Sophomore Amya Goodsell added 13 points for Tech along with eight rebounds, two steals and three assists. Junior Sophia Mace chipped in eight points for Tech.
North Harford 44, Bel Air 25: Jenna Amherein led the Hawks offensively and defensively with 21 points and seven steals. Caroline Nicholson posted a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds. Lillian Duffy chipped in six points and four rebounds.
Severn 56, Gerstell 44: Severn trailed by four at halftime, but surged past the Falcons in the second half. Kingston Price led the Admirals with 27 points. Jacob Randall backed him with 18. For Gerstell, Tony Hicks had 16 points, five rebounds and three assists. Caleb Franze had 11 points, five steals and three assists. Jayden Williams had 10 points and eight rebounds.
Thomas Stone 81, Annapolis 51: The game was tied at 32 at halftime before Thomas Stone pulled away. Jaden Johnson and Darrian Carter each scored 11 to lead Annapolis (1-4).
Hereford 64, Towson 56: In the loss, Braden Renner hit six 3-pointers and finished with 18 points to lead the Generals. Pat Lovas backed him with 14 points.
Oakland Mills 70, Lansdowne 49: The Scorpions (3-1) jumped out to a commanding 18-5 lead after the first quarter. Dejuan Taylor dominated for Oakland Mills with a season-high 30 points, establishing a strong inside presence. Kamal Francis added 17 points for the Scorpions in the win.
Glenelg 47, Westminster 41: The Gladiators (2-3) earned the road victory as Christian Chen led the way with 17 points, his fourth straight game in double figures. Matt Dalton added 11 points, including sixth in the fourth as Glenelg outscored Westminster 17-6 in the final quarter. Tanek Zitta led the Owls with 16 points. Chance Byrnes had another solid all-around game with six points and seven steals. Jah Donald dominated the glass with 12 rebounds and a pair of blocks.
Long Reach 77, Old Mill 47: Five Long Reach players finished in double figures led by RJ Barnes Jr. who had 14 points, also adding 11 rebounds for the 6-0 Lightning. Both Christian Dean and Ethan Maokhamphiou scored 13 as Dean picked up seven rebounds and five steals. Cameron Valentine also had 11, getting his teammates involved with six assists and five rebounds. For Old Mill, Ryan Stacy led the way with 14 points and Jordan Penn chipped in 11.
Chapelgate 65, Annapolis Area Christian 55: The host Yellow Jackets (6-4) had four players in double digits led by Julian Ludwig with 19 points, 11 rebounds and four assists. Timi Akisanya chipped in 16 points, while Zef Fuanya had 13 and Jaylen Marbley had 11.
Henry A Wise 58, Atholton 50: The Raiders (3-3) trailed by seven entering the fourth and were unable to complete the comeback as Amir Shaheed scored a team-high 12 points. Chirstian Jackson scored nine while both Camden Thibeault and Eli Applebaum each scored seven.
Liberty 53, Frederick 18: The Lions picked up pins from Sammy Perretta (106), Alex Pearl (120), Dylan Ohler (132), Seth Pearl (145), Justin Hebert (170) and Dylan Rubin (195). Kevin Poole (152) won by 16-0 technical fall, while Dominic Marsico (160) and Kevin Kern (182) won decisions.
Mt. Hebron 54, Centennial 25: 106: Timothy Zink (MTH) over Bennett Custodio (CENT) (Fall 4:24) 113: Ezra Roche (MTH) over (CENT) (For.) 120: Rakiz Chong (MTH) over (CENT) (For.) 126: John Carpenter (MTH) over (CENT) (For.) 132: Grady Conrad (CENT) over Arshawn Baharno (MTH) (Dec 6-0) 138: Calvin Kraisser (CENT) over Ahmet Balei (MTH) (Fall 1:18) 145: Ezra Ruiz-Lebron (CENT) over Connor Severino (MTH) (Fall 3:18) 152: Ethan Gauthier (CENT) over Jacob Aguilera (MTH) (Fall 3:49) 160: Noah Whipkey (CENT) over Joshua Danso (MTH) (MD 11-0) 170: Salem Qassem (MTH) over Will Schmitt (CENT) (Fall 2:39) 182: Sahith Mada (MTH) over (CENT) (For.) 195: Benjamin Blackerby (MTH) over (CENT) (For.) 220: Samuel Jordan (MTH) over (CENT) (For.) 285: Hakeem Shonubi (MTH) over (CENT) (For.)
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