High School sports

High school sports roundup (Dec. 21)

Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action from Wednesday, Dec. 21.


Francis Scott Key 40, Liberty 39: The Eagles defeats Liberty 40-39 on criteria F, least amount of forfeits given up. Chris Thomas (145), Bodey Griffin (160) and Jacob Dell (220) recorded pins for the Eagles. Daniel DeFebo won the match-clinching bout at 170 pounds, earning a 12-11 decision.


South River 59, Annapolis 12: The Seahawks earned the win, powered by pins from Trent Shipley (106), Ismael Tamayo (160), Zach Gliencke (170), Brent Phillips (182), Aiden Healey (195), Busayo Balugon (220) and Antonio Strong (285). Cole Peeples (113) and Alex Szkotnicki (120) earned technical falls. Annapolis got a pin from Kevin Van Biesen (138) and decision wins from Teddy Sfak (126) and Davis Ruhf (132).

Broadneck 69, Centennial 9: 106: Jack Josephs (BDN) over Bennett Custodio (CENT) (Fall 5:25) 113: Cam Williams (BDN) over (CENT) (For.) 120: Brandon Whyte-Taylor (BDN) over (CENT) (For.) 126: Miguel Caban (BDN) over (CENT) (For.) 132: Peter Saroch (BDN) over Grady Conrad (CENT) (Fall 1:24) 138: Calvin Kraisser (CENT) over Marco Welch (BDN) (Fall 1:28) 145: Ezra Ruiz-Lebron (CENT) over Ben Durkin (BDN) (Dec 6-5) 152: Rylan Woodward (BDN) over Ethan Gauthier (CENT) (Fall 1:26) 160: Payton Miller (BDN) over Noah Whipkey (CENT) (Dec 3-0) 170: Liam DeBaugh (BDN) over Will Schmitt (CENT) (Fall 5:38) 182: Max DeMella (BDN) over (CENT) (For.) 195: Jake Chambers (BDN) over Tristan Yee (CENT) (Fall 1:43) 220: Dax Avila (BDN) over William Kim (CENT) (Fall 1:11) 285: Caleb Collazo (BDN) over (CENT) (For.)


Boys basketball

Dundalk 51, Oakland Mills 48: Dundalk built a nine-point halftime lead as Chimdy Onoh scored a team-high 20 points. Deon McPherson added 11, while KhiRay Kasey scored 10. The Scorpions (3-2) trimmed the deficit in the second half, but were unable to complete the comeback as Kamal Francis and Dejuan Taylor each scored 16.

Loyola Blakefield 64, Perry Hall 58: Loyola earned the win thanks in part to a 23-for-31 effort at the foul line, compared to the Gators hitting on just 5 of 9 chances. The game went back and forth with Perry Hall leading after one, Loyola at halftime and the game tied after three. For Perry Hall, Stefan Macakanja led with 17 points. Michael Hicks added 13 and Toma Smith finished with 10.

Patapsco 82, Sparrows Point 52: The Patriots utilized a balanced offense with 13 players entering the scoring column, as they improved to 5-1 on the season.

Westminster 41, Mount Hebron 38: Ashton Stewart had seven points, including a deep 3-pointer to beat the halftime buzzer for the visiting Owls. Westminster got 15 points off the bench led by Tanek Zitta with seven and Jah Donald had 10 rebounds and two blocks.

Severn 67, St. John’s Catholic Prep 47: The visiting Admirals (4-3, 4-2 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference) beat the Vikings (5-5, 2-2). Severn has won two in a row and will play in the Boardwalk Classic next Wednesday.

Northeast 62, Crofton 49: Cam Winston and Brandon Younger each scored 11 points, but the host Cardinals fell to the Eagles. Jeremiah Peters scored eight points for Crofton.

Broadneck 67, Annapolis 33: The visiting Bruins went on a 22-5 run in the second quarter to take control. Broadneck was led by Amare Jefferies (19 points), Jordan Brown (15 points) and Michael Schwob (12 points).

Chapelgate 53, Archbishop Curley 46: Zef Fuanya scored a game-high 20 points to lead the host Yellow Jackets (7-4, 3-2 MIAA B Conference) past the Friars (5-6, 3-2). Julian Ludwig had 13 points for Chapelgate.


Patrick School (N.J.) 60, St. Frances 57: The Panthers (2-6) suffered their third straight loss falling to the Celtics on Tuesday.

Edgewood 50, Joppatowne 40: The Rams fell behind 15-5 after one quarter, but rallied to lead, 24-21, at halftime. Deion Metz led the win with 15 points as Edgewood improves to 4-3, 3-0 in the UCBAC.

Girls basketball

Westminster 48, Mt. Hebron 26: The Owls (5-1) won their second straight game over a Howard County opponent as Abby Kindle scored a team-high 18 including a trio of 3-pointers. Julianna Lesher added eight for Westminster. For Mt. Hebron (2-3), Raelis Vidal scored nine points, while Leen Jawhar had seven.

Glen Burnie 56, Chesapeake-AA 37: The Gophers (6-0) handed the Cougars (5-1) their first loss. Lania Nick led the win with 16 points. Amourie Porter added 15. For Chesapeake, Natalie Forman led with 10 points and 14 rebounds. Kasey Slade finished with eight points and 12 rebounds, while Ella Shannon also added eight points.

Dulaney 51, Concordia Prep 50: The Lions edged the Saints behind 15 points from freshman Gabby Watson. Heidi Schmidt backed her with 11 points and Charlie Vail added 10.

Northeast 46, Crofton 38: Caitlyn Cornwell finished with 16 points, five assists and three steals to lead the Eagles to the upset win. Julia Fox added 11 points, seven blocks and seven rebounds. Faith Schmitz and Maggie Lawrence each scored six points while Lawrence adding six rebounds and Schmitz three blocks.


Annapolis 42, Broadneck 35: Zariah Morgan had 13 points and six rebounds and McKenzie Fuller had 10 points to lead the visiting Panthers past the Bruins. Lindsey Lyman had 10 rebounds in the win. Kiamyani Scott added eight. Annapolis outscored Broadneck, 21-11, in the fourth quarter.

Severna Park 44, Southern 30: Lilly Spilker had 12 points, seven rebounds and 10 steals to lead the visiting Falcons (5-0) past the Bulldogs (2-3). Abby Kavanagh had seven points, seven rebounds and five steals and Hanna Verreault had six points and seven rebounds for Severna Park.

North Harford 38, Patterson Mill 36: The Hawks earned a hard-fought double overtime victory thanks to Lillian Duffy hitting the game-winning basket. Caroline Nicholson led with 12 points and 12 rebounds. Jenna Amhrein had an all-around solid night with 11 points, 11 steals, five rebounds and four assists. Marissa Struhar chipped in six points and Peyton Dawson finished with five.

Oakland Mills 53, Indian Creek 45: The visiting Scorpions (6-1) used a full-court press and made four 3-pointers to take a 22-13 lead over the Eagles (3-6) in the first quarter. Molly Bunker (16 points), Haley Selmer (12 points) and Elia Alewine (11 points) led Indian Creek. Oakland Mills has won four straight.

Perryville 42, Bel Air 29: Mallory Stamper was dominant inside with 18 point and 17 rebounds in the win. Taylor White added 12 points and eight rebounds, while Cienna Lilly finished with 12 points and four rebounds.

Indoor track and field

Hereford’s girls and Dundalk’s boys won a Baltimore County meet Wednesday at the Baltimore 5th Regiment Armory. Hereford won the girls meet with 91 points, while Western Tech (72) edged out Overlea (70) for second. On the boys side, Dundalk finished with 88.25 points, six better than Towson. Milford Mill took third (52.25).


In the girls meet, Overlea’s Temi Ariyo won the 500 (1:24.8), 800 meters (2:30.33) and 1,600 (5:16.11) races. Hereford picked up two wins with Sylvia Snider winning the 3,200 (11:52.93) and Savannah Tamberino winning the pole vault (9-feet).

Isiah Tancemore won the 55 hurdles (8.16) and high jump (5-8) to lead the Owls. Dundalk also got individual wins from Keon Braxton in the 300 (39.43), Dale Martin in the shot put (42-1 1/2) and Qaiyon Prioleau (12-feet). Towson had the top three finishers in the 800 — Jack Blanchfield, Kieran Mischke and Hunter Parsons — and the top four in the 1,600 — Ryan Wahler, Mischke, Max Abubucker and John Fields. Evan Cline also won the 3,200.

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