High School sports

High school sports roundup (Feb. 2)

Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action from Thursday, Feb. 2.


Eastern Tech 51, Western Tech 27: The visiting Mavericks won five matches to the Wolverines’ four. Leading Eastern Tech into the postseason will be senior Clayton Dicus (106) with a record of 27-1 and Junior Anthony Oge with a record of 28-2.


Chesapeake 66, River Hill 18: Braydon Ambrose (106), Michael Greenstreet (120), Dylan Ritter (126), Owen Collins (132), Dawson Hoover (138), Matthew Curtin (152), Tommy Taylor (160) and Ty Schwartz (220) all collected pins for the Cougars. Brayden Roberts (113), Keanu Furbush (182) and Xander Dodd (195) additionally added points via forfeit.

Old Mill 76, North County: Omar Khan (120), Dekhi Church (126), Ryan Stanley (132), Reid Jones (138), Aiden Day (152), Bryan Arevalo (160), Logan Cookerly (170), Drayk Bunn (182), Christian Gulley (195), Xxavien Mackell (220) and RJ Duncan (285) all captured points by fall for the Patriots (24-7). Logan Johnson (106) and Robert Maher (113) added points by forfeit.


Manchester Valley 57, Liberty 15: The visiting Mavericks beat the Lions. Manchester Valley got pins from Brayden VanDervoort (126), Camden Yowell (138), Travis Green (160) and Jake Boog (170).

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Francis Scott Key 43, Boonsboro 32: Mason Carr, Nate Taylor, Bodey Griffin, Adam Knox and Gabe Dell all recorded pins as Francis Scott Key defeated the Washington County champion Warriors.

Girls basketball

Harford Tech 51, Fallston 43: The Cobras avenged an early-season loss to the Cougars behind 25 points, 11 rebounds, five assists and five steals from Amya Goodsell. Anyia Gibson added seven points, eight rebounds, three blocks and three assists. Jordan Strang and Regan Crain each scored six points with Strang grabbing eight rebounds. Despite the loss, Ayla Galloway posted her 17th straight double-double for the Cougars with 17 points and 10 rebounds. Lindsey Dettloff added 14 points.

Havre de Grace 53, Rising Sun 43: Azareya Whiting had 20 points, five rebounds and eight steals to lead the host Warriors over the Tigers. Carla Dunson had 14 points and eight rebounds for Havre de Grace. Nine Warriors scored in the win.

North Harford 45, Elkton 28: Jenna Amhrein had 19 points and Caroline Nicholson had 11 points to lead the host Hawks past the Golden Elks. Amhrein had four rebounds and five steals and Nicholson had 12 rebounds and four steals.

Edgewood 46, C. Milton Wright 40: The Rams snapped a losing streak with the win. Sam Donovan led with 19 points, while Arianna Sisk finished with seven points and 10 rebounds. Lilly Smeltzer also grabbed 10 rebounds.


Annapolis Area Christian School swept Saints Peter & Paul. AACS boys beat the Sabres, 47-44, and the girls won, 77-0.

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