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High school sports roundup (Dec. 5)

Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action from Monday, Dec. 5.

Girls basketball

Chesapeake-AA 52, Saints Peter & Paul 28: Ava Arruda led the Cougars with 14 points, while two others had double-doubles in the win. Kasey Slade had 12 points and 13 rebounds. Madison Kelly had 12 points and 10 rebounds to go with six steals. Hattie Messick and Morgan Quade each scored 11 points in the loss.


Severn 71, Indian Creek 43: Jacob Randall had 22 points and teammate Kingston Price was right behind him with 21 in the big win. Price also handed out 10 assists, while Randall also chipped in five rebounds, three steals and two assists. Kyndall Crawford led Indian Creek with 11 points.

Roland Park 43, Marriotts Ridge 15: The Mustangs struggled offensively in the season opener as seniors Zainab Idowu and Kerri Lee led the offense with six and five points, respectively.


Hammond 58, North County 5: The Golden Bears opened the season with a convincing noncounty win as Asia Mitchell had 12 points, six rebounds and seven steals. Hailey Freeman also scored 12. Delani Thomas added 11 points, while Nia Green helped facilitate with five assists.

River Hill 55, Arundel 15: The Hawks began the season with a commanding win as Camille Nesmith scored a team-high 15 points. Taylor Shane added eight points, while Gabby Shane added seven. Eleven different River Hill players scored.

Manchester Valley 32, Harford Tech 23: The Mavericks prevailed in a defensive battle. Reese Kresslein led the offense with 14 points and eight rebounds. Emma Penczek added eight points and four steals. For the Cobras, senior center Anyia Gibson led with nine points.

Mount de Sales 51, Liberty 45: Mount de Sales outscored Liberty 17-3 in the fourth quarter to rally for the win. Caroline Sloop led the Sailors with 18 points. Mackenzie Conley chipped in 12 and Shelby Lewis had 11.

Fallston 43, Bel Air 22: The defending 2A champion Cougars opened the new season with a big win over the visiting Bobcats. Ayla Galloway (15 points, 11 rebounds) led the winners. Freshman Brooke Bolesta also had a double-double of 12 points and 10 rebounds. Rachel Taylor led Bel Air with eight points.

Loch Raven 47, Franklin 16: Maya Gordon scored 21 points and Meona Boykins backed her with 12 to supplement a stingy defense in the Raiders’ season-opening win.

Carver A&T 37, Lansdowne 22

Boys basketball

Gerstell 77, Liberty 62: Caleb Franze scored 30 points for the Falcons and two others topped 20 points in the win. Tony Hicks had 22 points and Jayden Williams chipped in 20. Franze also had five steals and three assists, while Hicks had six rebounds. Michael Tombs scored 19 points and Alex Thompson had 10 for Liberty.


Loch Raven 55, Franklin 37: Jayden Baker led the Raiders with 16 points and eight rebounds as they opened up the season with a county win. Sam Howard added nine points while handing out nine assists and picking up two steals.

Chesapeake-BC 66, Owings Mills 56: In the loss for Owings Mills, Cameron Maultsby led with 14 points. Joshua Canty was right behind him with 13.

Perry Hall 68, Edgewood 63: The Gators built a 12-point first-quarter lead but held off a late rally from the Rams. The game was tied midway through the fourth quarter but 3-pointers from Tryston Ofoh and Stefan Macakanja pushed Perry Hall ahead. Each finished with 15 points. Jacob Jacks added 13. For Edgewood, Kameron Rankin led with 18 points and DeAndre Maxwell scored 16.

Hereford 42, Winters Mill 34: Hereford was down 18-13 at the half, took the lead late in the third quarter and held on for the win. The Bulls led by a point going into the fourth quarter, but outscored the Falcons, 11-4, in the final frame. Jordan Ackerman led the Bulls with 16 points, Ryder Walter had 14 points in the win. For Winters Mill, Kandi Mkpasi had 12 points and Owen Case had 11. Mkpasi also pulled down a team-high six rebounds.

Patapsco 57, Joppatowne 36: Malik Thomas scored 14 points and Carlito McBryde added 13 as the Patriots won their season opener.

Kenwood 78, Aberdeen 71: In the loss, Tylan Bass had 21 points and five assists for the Eagles. Tyseaun Rodgers and Kenny Hunter each scored 14 points with Rodgers picking up five steals and Hunter grabbing five rebounds.


Oakland Mills 60, Centennial 49: The Scorpions outscored the Eagles 18-8 in the final quarter to build separation in a season-opening win. Kamal Francis led the way with 18 points, while Dejuan Taylor added 14 and Avery Oduro-Dompreh scored 10. Oakland Mills made five 3-pointers on the evening from five different players. For Centennial, Ty Beck-Winter scored a team-high 17 points and Charlie Crabtree added 10.

Reservoir 61, Milford Mill 52: The Gators opened the season with a noncounty victory. Zechariah Chin scored a team-high 27 points, including 20 in the second half. Irby Hunter added 15 points for Reservoir.

Parkville 81, Atholton 64: Parkville broke the game open in the third quarter outscoring Atholton 35-19 after it led by three at the half. Christian Jackson led the Raiders with 22 points and Amir Shaheed added 19. Chris Martin chipped in 11 points.

Broadneck 72, Boys’ Latin 57: The Bruins opened up a 21-6 lead after the first quarter and cruised to the win. Jalen Carter, Amare Jefferies and Jordan Brown each scored 19 points in the win.

Patterson Mill 77, North East 41: Drew Pape poured in 31 points to lead the host Huskies past the Indians. Kai Gibson with 13 points and Kanye Stephens with 12 points, aided the win.

Varsity Highlights


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Chesapeake-AA 76, Saints Peter and Paul 59: Mitch Collier scored 22 points in the Cougars’ season-opening win. Darious Gary chipped in 11 points while Nate Matkins and Rushaun Tongue each scored nine.


Mount Carmel 78, Glenelg Country School 76 (OT)

Mount St. Joseph 71, Archbishop Curley 54

St. Maria Goretti 80, Bethel Academy (Va.) 46

Towson 41, Bryn Mawr 33

Lansdowne 56, Carver A&T 23

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