High School sports

High school sports roundup (Feb. 3)

Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action from Friday, Feb. 3.

Girls basketball

Glen Burnie 59, Chesapeake-AA 44: The host Gophers went on a 21-10 run in the fourth quarter to beat the Cougars. Amourie Porter had a game-high 27 points and Cassidy Wilkerson and Lania Nick each scored 11 points. Chesapeake was led by Natalie Forman (18 points, 10 rebounds), Kasey Slade (11 points, 20 rebounds), Ella Shannon (11 points) and Madison Kelly (10 points).


Broadneck 48, Annapolis 38: Samantha Miller scored 11 points to lead the host Bruins over the Panthers. Mackenzie Wharton scored nine points and grabbed nine rebounds. London Best also finished with nine points, while Addison Hurst chipped in eight points and seven rebounds.

Severna Park 46, Southern 32: Abby Kavanagh led the Falcons with 13 points, while Ava Wooster had a game-high 25 for Southern.


St. Mary’s 51, Notre Dame Prep 18: The visiting Saints (22-0, 13-0 IAAM B Conference) beat the Blazers (13-6, 9-3). St.Mary’s was led by Bailey Harris (12 points), Baily Walden (10 points) and Alexandra Vandiver (nine points).

Pikesville 83, Sparrows Point 37: Jayda Mayles scored 22 points in the win and Aliyah Taylor was right behind her with 21 points for the Panthers. Molly Shelley led the Pointers with 13 points.

Manchester Valley 48, Francis Scott Key 42: The Mavericks became the first county team to hang a loss on the Eagles this season. Autumn Stottlemire led with 15 points and two steals. Carmaya Bowman finished with 12 points and eight rebounds. Emma Penczek added seven points, five rebounds, seven assists and seven steals. Casey Meredith chipped in six points, five rebounds, four assists and four steals.

Westminster 44, Century 23: The Owls (13-5) relied on balanced scoring and steady defense in the win. Emily Conklin and Carlie Rosewag each scored 11 points, Maddie Stauder added eight.

Howard 74, Hammond 43: The Lions (17-1) advanced to 13-0 in county as Meghan Yarnevich scored a career-high 29 points, 15 of which came in the third quarter. Gabby Kennerly added 20 for the Lions. For Hammond (13-5), Sara Yarnell scored 13 points while Nia Green added 12.

Mt. Hebron 44, Wilde Lake 23: The Vikings (8-7) moved back over .500 as Rae Vidal led the way with 10 points. Iva Damyanova had nine for Mt. Hebron. For Wilde Lake (0-14), Quinn Corkeron had nine points.

Glenelg 45, Long Reach 35: Lauren LaPointe scored a career-high 27 points, leading the Gladiators (11-6) in the win. Nia Stewart had nine for Glenelg. For Long Reach (2-15), Kaitlynne Streets had a team-high 16.

Atholton 44, Marriotts Ridge 22: The Raiders (10-7) won their fourth straight game. Samara Mims scored 14 to lead the way, while Kendi Caldwell added 13. Samara Mims was right behind her with 12 points and also grabbed 17 rebounds. For Marriotts Ridge (7-11), Zainab Idowu had seven points while Annika Huelskamp had six.


Park 47, Indian Creek 43: Haley Selmer scored 20 points and Avery Barnhill had eight points, but the visiting Eagles (11-9, 10-1 IAAM C Conference) fell to the Bruins (11-4, 9-1). The Bruins have won four straight.

Boys basketball

Aberdeen 89, Joppatowne 83: Tylan Bass scored 23 points and Antarus Brown had 20 points to lead the visiting Eagles past the Mariners. Tyseaun Rodgers and Darion Parris each had 14 points for Aberdeen, which led 49-40 in the first half. Kendall Pollock had 20 points for Joppatowne.

Dulaney 75, Carver A&T 20: The host Lions (12-4) beat the Wildcats (0-13). The victory was the fourth straight.

Towson 45, Franklin 43: The Generals picked up the win with Quint Fryer leading the way with 17 points. Pat Lovas finished with seven points and five assists, while Kajuan Kaufman had six points, five steals and three assists.

South River 86, Arundel 55: James Crimaudo scored 37 points to lead the visiting Seahawks past the Wildcats. Other scorers for South River were Trashaun Timmons (15 points), Blake Burrows (13 points) and Cash Herndon (11 points).

Severna Park 47, Southern 35: Upton Young (11 points) and Owen Muldoon (10 points) led the visiting Falcons over the Bulldogs. Joell Simmons had 15 points and Brian Griffin had 13 points for Southern.


Broadneck 73, Annapolis 32: The host Bruins opened with a 27-7 run and beat the Panthers. Broadneck was led by Jalen Carter (17 points), Aureon Johnson (12 points), Amare Jefferies (11 points) and Kyle Miles (11 points and 10 rebounds). Annapolis was led by Damen Carter with 12 points.

Meade 80, Old Mill 43: The host Mustangs (18-1, 10-0 Anne Arundel) scored 20 or more points in three of the four quarters against the Patriots. Xavion Roberson scored a game-high 27 points and Shawn Jones had 15 points and 10 rebounds for Meade.

St. Paul’s 59, Gerstell 51: Jeremiah Douglas scored a game-high 26 points and the visiting Crusaders (9-13, 8-7 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference) won a come-from-behind victory over the Falcons (10-12, 6-8). Gerstell led 31-21 in the first half. Caleb Franze led the Falcons with 23 points.

Century 69, Westminster 47: Ben Chenoweth paced the Knights with 21 points and Andrew Marcinko backed him with 13. Micah Ozgar led the Mavericks with 12 points, Kyle Hoot was right behind him with 11.

Manchester Valley 59, Francis Scott Key 42: The Mavericks outscored the Eagles 12-5 in the second quarter to break open the game. Carter Strohman led all scorers with 21 points. Brendan Luddy had 18 points and Markel Brown added 11 points for the Mavs. Jordan Fulmore had 19 points for FSK.

Varsity Highlights


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Patterson Mill 56, Harford Tech 47: Coach Jeroud Clark picked up his 200th career win in his 14th season with the Huskies. Andrew Pape scored a game-high 25 points for Patterson Mill and Davonne Anderson had 24 points for the Cobras.


Loyola Blakefield 46, Calvert Hall 45: J’Lin Brown made a buzzer-beater to lift the host Dons (10-9, 6-6 MIAA A Conference Black Division) over the Cardinals (17-14, 6-6). Loyola avenged a 52-47 loss to Calvert Hall on Monday.

Centennial 74, Oakland Mills 54: The host Eagles used a 20-5 run in the second quarter to sprint ahead of the Scorpions. Josh Frazier had a game-high 22 points and Ty Beck-Winter had 14 points for Centennial. Kamal Francis had 10 points for Oakland Mills.

Long Reach 67, Glenelg 38: The Lightning (15-2) won their fifth game in a row as Christian Dean scored a team-high 15. Jaylen Saunders added 12, while Cameron Valentine had nine. For Glenelg (6-9), Matt Dalton led the way with 13, while Zach LaFountain had eight.

Howard 64, Hammond 57: The Lions (7-8) won their second game in a row as Pete Hagen scored 25 points, including five 3-pointers. Griffin Garner also had 16 for Howard, including four triples. For Hammond (6-12), Kamari Fassett had 14 points, while Brando Campos added 13.

River Hill 57, Reservoir 54: The Hawks (11-3) avenged an early-season loss to the Gators (12-4). Braden Sauritch scored 17 for River Hill, while Aiden Igwebe scored 16. River Hill led 44-29 at the half. For Reservoir, Zach Chin scored 22 points, while Trace Johnson had eight.

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