High School sports

High school sports roundup (Feb. 6)

Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action from Monday, Feb. 6.

Girls basketball

Havre de Grace 43, Joppatowne 32: Freshman Ryleigh Curry had 13 points and sophomore Savannah Lawrence scored 10 in the Warriors win. Senior Carla Dunson added eight points, five rebounds and three steals, while junior Azareya Whiting had an all around game with seven points, six rebounds, four assists and four steals.


Manchester Valley 51, Winters Mill 25: Emma Penczek scored 17 points to go with eight steals to lead the Mavericks (15-4). Reese Kresslein chipped in eight points and two steals, Autumn Stottlemire had seven points and four rebounds, Casey Meredith had four assists and three steals and Luetta Seipp finished with six rebounds.

Westminster 61, Liberty 39: The Owls led 25-6 in the first quarter and cruised to the win. Maddie Stauder had a game-high 20 points. Maddy Gassman chipped in 15, Emily Conklin scored nine and Kaylen Battle had eight.


Catoctin 54, South Carroll 42: In the loss, Harley McKee and Shannon Mctavish had 15 points each for the Cavaliers.

Gerstell 50, Garrison Forest 39: Playing without two starters due to injuries, the Falcons got big efforts from Kate Roberts and Mimi Delone, both with seven points. Kendall Williams led the team with 15 points and Annie Jackson had 12. Both added five assists. Eniyah Stinnette had seven points and 16 rebounds.

St. Mary’s 90, Friends 51: The Saints improve to 23-0 behind 28 points from Bailey Harris. Alexandra Vandiver added 18 points, Baily Walden scored 15 and Mia Novak added 14.

South River 65, Chesapeake-AA 33: Samie Clarke led the win with 14 points and nine rebounds. Ryleigh Adams and Kiera West each posted a double-double, with Adams finishing with 11 points and 10 rebounds and West getting 12 points and 10 rebounds.

Century 41, C. Milton Wright 32: Mia Graff had an all-around standout night with 24 points, 10 rebounds and six steals. Mackenzie Mowder scored 10 points in the win and Harli Hamlett added five for the Knights (10-8).

Fallston 44, Aberdeen 38: Ayla Galloway had her 18th-straight double-double with 21 points and 16 rebounds. Lindsey Dettloff had nine points followed by Natalie Wirth with six points and eight rebounds. Renae Gent also grabbed eight rebounds.

Harford Tech 64, Edgewood 28: Amya Goodsell led Tech’s offense with 19 points, 14 rebounds, six assists, six steals and three blocks. Anyia Gibson chipped in 11 points, seven rebounds, three assists and three steals. Jordan Strang had 10 points and nine rebounds, Jessica Castro had eight points and four steals, and Sophia Mace had seven points and five rebounds.

North Harford 57. Rising Sun 46: Jenna Amhrein led the Hawks with 23 points, five rebounds, five assists and six steals. Caroline Nicholson posted a double-double with 16 points and 13 rebounds. Lillian Duffy added nine points, six rebounds and four assists.


Hammond 59, Centennial 25: Sara Yarnell dominated for the Golden Bears (14-5) with 18 points and 21 rebounds. Hannah Chambers also had a double-double with 21 points and 10 rebounds, while Nia Green had 12 points, six rebounds and six assists.

Oakland Mills 52, Mt. Hebron 30: Chloe Grenway and Destiny Macharia scored 14 points for the Scorpions (11-6). Grenway hit four 3-pointers while Macharia hit three, as Oakland Mills shot 56% from behind the arc. For Mt. Hebron (8-8), Pearl Prasartkarnka had nine points.

Reservoir 36, Long Reach 26: Alissa Young scored 12 points to lead the Gators (6-10) in the win, as Leah Lauer scored nine. Jaiden Bryant had 14 points for Long Reach (2-16).

River Hill 49, Marriotts Ridge 34: The Hawks (16-3) won their third game in a row with four players finishing in double figures. Mannat Gill and Taylor Shane shared the team-high with 14 points. Dylan Watson added 13 and Camille Nesmith added 10. For Marriotts Ridge (7-12), Kerri Lee had 14 points.

Howard 63, Wilde Lake 15: Gabby Kennerly scored a team-high 24 points for the Lions (18-1) in the win. Meghan Yarnevich chipped in 11 points, while Samiyah Nasir added 10. For Wilde Lake, (0-14) Alyssa Dorsey had nine points.

Boys basketball

South River 81, Chesapeake-AA 43: Blake Burrows poured in 24 points and Cash Herndon was right behind him with 21 to lead the Seahawks. Trashaun Timmons added 16 points to the win.


Severn 47, Friends 27: Kingston Price scored 15 points and Sean Harvey backed him with 11 in the Admirals’ win. Kendrick Curtis led Friends with 11.

Centennial 53, Hammond 43: The Eagles (9-9) won their second in a row as Josh Frazier led the way with 19 points and Tyler Longwell added 15. For Hammond (6-13), Justin Campbell had 14 points while Kamari Fassett had 10.

Glenelg 54, Atholton 43: The Gladiators (7-9) had three double-digit scorers with Matt Dalton leading the way with 14 points. Zach LaFountain had 12 points, while Will Piwowarski had 11. For Atholton (8-10), Amir Shaheed had 16 points, while Camden Thibeault had seven.

Varsity Highlights


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Long Reach 79, Reservoir 64: The Lightning (16-2) won their sixth game in a row as RJ Barnes Jr. erupted for a season-high 28 points. Cameron Valentine chipped in 11 points, while Christian Dean had 10. For Reservoir (12-5) Irby Hunter had 25 points, while Jacobi Jones added 12.

Oakland Mills 60, Mt. Hebron 54: Dejuan Taylor led the way with 20 points for the Scorpions (9-10) while Kamal Francis added 17 points. Nick Smith added nine for Oakland Mills. For Mt. Hebron (5-14), Cooper Strohman finished with a team-high 16 points. Gabe Cobb scored 13, while Kenny Akinlosotu added 12.

Chapelgate 65, St. John’s Catholic Prep 63: The Yellow Jackets had four players in double figures led by Julian Ludwig with 21. Jaylen Marbley had 11 while Zef Fuanya and Timi Akisanya each had 10, including Akisanya’s go-ahead basket with four seconds remaining.


Perry Hall 66, Western Tech 62: The Gators hit 10 3-pointers and held on for the win. Trystan Ofoh led with 22 points. Stefan Macakanja scored 17 points and Malik Pemy chipped in nine.

South Carroll 74, Catoctin 44: Micah Puckett poured in 21 points and Owen Scott backed him with 17 to lead the Cavaliers to the win. Ian Straley chipped in 10 points.

Westminster 60, Liberty 57: The Owls became the first county team this season to hang a loss on the Lions. Chance Byrnes led with 17 points, four rebounds, four assists and three steals. Willy Anye had a season-high 13 points to go with nine rebounds. Jah Donald grabbed nine rebounds and blocked four shots. Cole Jerrigan led Liberty with 15 points. Michael Tombs and Tyler Downs each scored 10.

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