High School sports

High school sports roundup (Dec. 9)

Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action from Friday, Dec. 9

Girls basketball

Eastern Tech 51, Patapsco 26: The Mavericks led by just six at halftime, but blew the game open with a 19-3 third quarter. Maniya Simon led the win both offensive and defensively with 15 points and eight steals. Raven Rowe added 11 points and five rebounds, while Jessica Thomas chipped in eight points, eight steals and four rebounds.


Hereford 60, Lansdowne 9: The Bulls used a balanced offense and stifling defense to post a big win. Megan Hess led the offense with 10 points, while Aaliyah Stocks and Aubrey Ackerman were right behind her with nine each. Lauren Orner and Lauren Kraft each scored eight.

Sparrows Point 51, Kenwood 27: Molly Shelley led the Pointers with 25 points, seven rebounds and five steals, helping her team win their first game of the season.


Towson 57, Dundalk 21: Audri Adams lead all scores with 13 points, while Leslie Howe had 12 points and four steals to help lead the lady Generals to a 3-0 start.

Chesapeake-AA 58, Northeast 32: Kasey Slade scored 17 points to lead the visiting Cougars (2-0) past the Eagles (1-1). Natalie Forman and Ella Shannon each scored 12 points for Chesapeake. Caitlyn Cornwell led Northeast with 11 points.

St. Mary’s 70, Garrison Forest 27: The Saints kept their undefeated season going, now at 6-0, with the home win. Baily Walden led with 21 points, followed by Bailey Harris with 19 and Alexandria Vandiver with 18.

Severna Park 39, Broadneck 26: Abby Kavanagh had 14 points and 11 rebounds to lead the host Falcons, who scored nine or more points in all four quarters. Mackenzie Wharton scored nine points for Broadneck.

Indian Creek 55, Catholic 21: Haley Selmer scored 23 points and Abbey Bunker had 17 points to lead the Eagles (2-3, 1-0 IAAM C Conference) past the Cubs (1-3, 0-1). Indian Creek used a full-court press to take a 27-7 lead in the first half.

Mount de Sales 46, St. Paul’s 25: Harper Eudy scored 18 points to lead the visiting Sailors (2-1, 1-1 MIAA B Conference) past the Gators (1-3, 1-1). Mount de Sales took a 14-0 lead in the first quarter.

McDonogh 60, St. Vincent Pallotti 41: Autumn Fleary scored 15 points to lead the host Eagles (2-1, 1-0 IAAM A Conference) past the Panthers (5-1, 0-1) Sydney Anthony scored 12 points for Pallotti. McDonogh made five 3-pointers.

South Carroll 50, Frederick 44: Frederick led by nine at halftime and eight after three quarters, but the Cavaliers rallied back, taking the lead with less than two minutes in the game. Shannon McTavish has 12 points and 19 rebounds in the win, while Leah Miller had a game-high 15 points. Kylie Malone had 10 points.


Francis Scott Key 63, Smithsburg 37: Four Eagles scored in double figures in the win. Caroline Kohr had 12 points to go with eight rebounds. Summer Brooks, Ally Mathias and Drew Watkins all finished with 10 points. Brooks had six assists and five steals, Mathias had four blocks and Watkins had four rebounds and three assists. Rayna Miller and Kensi Bancroft each scored seven points.

Atholton 59, Wilde Lake 39: Kendi Caldwell led the Raiders (2-0) in the win with 16 points. Samara Mims added 12 points and Julianna Blair scored 10, her second straight game in double figures. For Wilde Lake (0-2), Tamir Whittle scored a team-high 16 points as Quinn Corkeron added 13.

Mt. Hebron 40, Oakland Mills 38: Leen Jawhar scored nine points including the game-winning basket. She also added five steals and five rebounds in the Vikings (1-1) first win of the season. Both Rae Vidal and Iva Damyanova scored six points for Mt. Hebron. Kaity Browne led Oakland Mills (1-1) with 12 points and Chloe Grenway scored 11.

Glenelg 54, Centennial 16: The Gladiators (2-0) got the win with a well-balanced scoring effort. Lauren LaPointe had a team-high 13 points and both Reese Holden and Emily Dello Russo scored 10. Lara Hoeflich added nine. For Centennial (0-3), Nicole Bumbray scored eight points.

Marriotts Ridge 45, Long Reach 27: Both Jaden Washington and Kerri Lee scored 12 points to lead Marriotts Ridge (2-1, 2-0) over Long Reach. The Mustangs built separation in the second quarter and pulled away in the second half. Makaylah Liverpool scored nine points to lead Long Reach (0-2).

Howard 71, Hammond 42: Samiyah Nasir erupted for 34 points to lead the Lions (2-0) in the win. The Lions’ strong offensive output was aided by Gabby Kennerly and Meghan Yarnevich, who each scored 27 points. For Hammond (1-2, 0-2), Nia Green scored a team-high 20 points and Sara Yarnell added 10.


Loch Raven 50, Overlea 9

Woodlawn 59, Randallstown 21

Boys basketball

South River 55, Southern 40: Cash Herndon scored 24 points to lead the Seahawks. Trashaun Timmons and Blake Burrows backed him with 13 points apiece.

Broadneck 32, Severna Park 26: In a defensive battle, the Bruins went to the fourth quarter with just a two-point lead, but held the Falcons to only three points in the final period.

Milford Mill 53, Perry Hall 52: The Gators erased an 11-point halftime deficit but fell a point short of the Millers as free throws made the difference in the end. Mike Hicks had a game-high 19 points for Perry Hall, thanks in part to hitting five 3-pointers. Jacob Jacks backed him with 11 points.

Patapsco 60, Eastern Tech 42: Malik Thomas poured in 26 points as the Patriots earned their second win of the season, already surpassing last season’s win total. Carlito McBride finished just shy of a double-double with nine points and 12 rebounds.


Pikesville 50, Western Tech 39: The Panthers picked up the win behind Ben Lichter’s 19 points.

Chesapeake-BC 73, Carver A&T 50: Gabe Byrd led Carver with 19 points. Nick Qirjako and Marlon Thompson each scored eight.

Dundalk 80, Towson 52: Braden Renner and Quint Fryer each scored 20 points for the Generals, but it wasn’t enough against the Owls.

Liberty 63, Edgewood 59: The Lions built several leads, but couldn’t hold down the Rams until finally holding them off in overtime. Phil Sackett led Liberty with 21 points and 13 rebounds. Cam Hodges had six points and 10 rebounds. Alex Thompson added 12 points.

Gilman 68, Gerstell 65: Yaya Supreme and Dejuan Lane each scored 18 points to lead the host Greyhounds (1-1) past the Falcons (3-3) in the first round of the Bristow Tournament. Gilman rallied from down five at halftime. In the loss, Caleb Franze scored 34 points, while Tony Hicks had 22.

Smithsburg 45, Francis Scott Key 37: The Eagles fell on Friday despite getting 17 points, six rebounds and two blocks from Jordan Fulmore. Tyler Hanson had seven points, four rebounds and two steals, while Braedon Haven pulled in eight rebounds.


Frederick 71, South Carroll 43: Owen Scott had 11 points to lead the Cavaliers Peter Borghans and Micah Puckett each scored eight.

Varsity Highlights


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Mount Hebron 49, Crofton 30: Tai Akinlosotu and Cooper Strohman scored eight points for Mt. Hebron. Sathvik Andhavarapu also scored seven points for the Vikings, including knocking down a pair of 3-pointers. Sam Chin had 12 points for the visiting Cardinals (1-1).

Meade 88, North County 43: Shawn Jones had 16 points and 12 rebounds and Xavion Roberson had 14 points to lead the host Mustangs (1-0) past the Knights (0-1).

Archbishop Curley 51, Severn 34: Donte Lawson scored a game-high 15 points to lead the host Friars (5-3, 3-0 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference) past the Admirals (2-3, 2-1). Kingston Price had 10 points for Severn.

Centennial 52, Glenelg 46. The Eagles (1-2) earned their first win of the season led by Tyler Longwell who scored 17 points, 10 of which came in the first quarter. Ty Beck-Winter scored 10 points, while Adrien Nyom added nine, all of which came in the second half. For Glenelg (0-2), Christian Chen scored a team-high 14 points, including a trio of 3-pointers. Matt Dalton added 12 points for the Gladiators.

Long Reach 78, Marriotts Ridge 58: Christian Dean scored a team-high 20 points for Long Reach (2-0) also adding nine rebounds. Ethan Maokhamphiou chipped in 13 points, while Cameron Valentine added 10 points and seven assists. For Marriotts Ridge (1-1), Jack Bonner and Mike White each scored 13 points.


Reservoir 74, River Hill 63: Zach Chin and Irby Hunter spearheaded the Gators offense in the win with 26 and 23 points, respectively. Hunter scored 15 in the fourth, while Chin had nine in the final quarter.

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