High School sports

High school sports roundup (Jan. 13)

Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action from Friday, Jan. 13.

Boys basketball

Severn 58, Annapolis Area Christian 48: Kingston Price scored a game-high 30 points to lead the host Admirals (8-4, 6-3 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference) over the Eagles (2-16, 1-9).


Gerstell 61, Concordia Prep 56: Caleb Franze scored 22 points to lead the host Falcons (7-9, 3-6 MIAA B Conference) over the Saints (4-8, 2-6). Other double-digit scorers for Gerstell included Tony Hicks (16 points), Jayden Williams (12 points) and Dylan Nee (10 points). The win broke a three-game losing streak.

Glen Burnie 71, Crofton 46: John Mallory scored 15 points and Eric Daniels had 12 points and 10 rebounds to lead the visiting Gophers (7-4) past the Cardinals. Glen Burnie’s Greg Pittman had 12 points and Bryce Blair had 11 points. The victory was the fourth in a row. Layth Carpenter led Crofton with 12 points.


Meade 67, Northeast 60: Shawn Jones anchored his Mustangs (10-1, 4-0) at the rim and foul line for 21 points alongside nine rebounds and two blocks. Kyree Scott and Xavion Roberson each netted 18 points, both with two 3-pointers apiece. Roberson added seven assists and Scott seven boards.

Archbishop Spalding 62, Glenelg Country 61: The visiting Cavaliers (8-8, 2-1 MIAA A Conference Red Division) beat the Dragons (5-10, 2-5). The victory was their third straight. Spalding was led by three players with 12 points each: Johnny Farley, Terrence Moultrie Jr. and Malik Washington.

South River 82, Annapolis 53: The visiting Seahawks beat the Panthers led by Cash Herndon (21 points), Blake Burrows (19 points), Trashaun Timmons (18 points) and Jack Schrader (13 points).

Southern 56, North County 39: Brian Griffin scored 15 points and Tim Day had 10 points to lead the host Bulldogs over the Knights. Jeremy Scanlan had 12 points for North County.

Arundel 82, Chesapeake 66: Four Wildcats scored double-figures: Noah Frayer amassed 27 points, followed by Samson Anjorin with 12, Ryan Alston with 11 and Aqeel Sana with 10.

Broadneck 52, Chesapeake Science Point 30: Amare Jefferies had 18 points and Jordan Brown had 12 points to lead the visiting Bruins over the Tigers.

C. Milton Wright 49, Patterson Mill 48: CMW took the lead on a putback by Kyle Ashman with seven seconds to go. Jordan Ross paced the Mustangs (9-3) with 20 points, while Drew Pappe led the Huskies with 18.

McDonogh 67, Loyola Blakefield 65: The host Eagles (13-6, 3-3 MIAA A Conference Black Division) beat the Dons (8-3, 4-2). McDonogh halted a two-game slide and will travel to St. Vincent Pallotti on Tuesday. The loss ended a four-game winning streak for Loyola, which hosts St. Maria Goretti on Wednesday.


South Carroll 67, Century 58: Three Cavaliers scored in double figures in the win led by Owen Scott with 16 points. Peter Borghans and Micah Puckett were right behind him with 14 points each. Jake Winkles scored 19 for Century.

Manchester Valley, Winters Mill 42: The Mavericks broke free with a 16-9 run in the second quarter. Manchester Valley had 15 steals as a team. Brendan Luddy led all scorers with 22 points in the win. Xavier Bowman had five assists for the Mavs and Braylen Williams led with six rebounds. Dallas Johnson led Winters Mill with 12 points.

Mount St. Joseph 94, John Carroll 48: The visiting Gaels (17-3, 5-0 MIAA A Conference) beat the Patriots (5-12, 2-3). Mount St. Joe bounced back from Wednesday’s 54-52 loss to St Maria Goretti.

Centennial 58, Howard 47: The Eagles (6-6) returned to the win column with four-double digit scorers led by a season-high 19 from Josh Frazier. Ty Beck-Winter and Adrien Nyom both scored 12, while Charlie Crabtree had 10. For Howard (4-5), Ronald Alford had 15 points, while Griffin Garner had 10.

Atholton 77, Oakland Mills 47: The Raiders (6-6) scored a season-high as Christian Jackson also had a season-high 25 points. Camden Thibeault had 18 including four 3-pointers, while Chris Martin added 15. Isaiah Johnson scored 10 for Oakland Mills (8-5), while Kamal Francis had nine.

Glenelg 42, Reservoir 39: Matt Dalton had a team-high 19 points, 10 of which came in the second half to lead the Gladiators (3-7) in the win. Will Piwowarski had 10 points, while Paul Piwowarski added seven. For Reservoir (8-3), Zach Chin had 15 points, while Irby Hunter added 12.


Hammond 49, Mt. Hebron 37: The Golden Bears (5-7) fought back from a three-point halftime deficit as Brando Campos scored a team-high 13. Both Emmanuel Addo and Kamari Fassett chipped in 10 as well for Hammond. For Mt. Hebron (3-9), Cole Wiley had nine points, while Gage Cobb had eight.

Wilde Lake 75, Long Reach 70, OT: In a thriller featuring two of Howard County’s top teams, the Wildecats (9-3) knocked down clutch shots in overtime to secure the win. Long Reach (10-2) battled back from an eight-point fourth-quarter deficit to force overtime.

Girls basketball

South River 51, Annapolis 36: Ryleigh Adams had 19 points and 11 rebounds to lead the visiting Seahawks (6-1) over the Panthers (4-3). Kiki Scott had 13 points for Annapolis.

Southern 66, North County 30: Ava Wooster led all scores with 33 points to go with 12 rebounds and nine steals. Jordan Wheeler added 13 points and eight rebounds.

Chesapeake-AA 44, Arundel 35: Ava Arruda scored 11 points and Natalie Forman had 10 points and 10 rebounds to lead the visiting Cougars (11-2) past the Wildcats. Kasey Slade had nine points and eight rebounds and Ella Shannon had nine points for Chesapeake. Jessica Gotshall had 15 points for Arundel.

Severna Park 44, Old Mill 43: The Falcons (9-3) were led by Abby Kavanagh, who had 10 points and six rebounds, as well as Maria Bragg (nine points, five rebounds), Hanna Verreault (eight points, five rebounds) and Sally Trent (seven points, five rebounds).


Long Reach 36, Wilde Lake 32: The Lightning (1-7) earned their first win of the season as Makaylah Liverpool scored seven points with Jaiden Bryant and Kaitlynne Streets each adding six. For Wilde Lake (0-10), Quinn Corkeron scored a team-high 15 points.

River Hill 48, Marriotts Ridge 31: The Hawks (10-2) won their sixth game in a row as Dylan Watson scored 15 points and Camille Nesmith added 13. For Marriotts Ridge (4-8), Kerri Lee scored 15 points, while Jaden Washington added seven.

Glenelg 57, Reservoir 44: The Gladiators (7-5) had three double-digit scorers in the win led by Reese Holden (18), with Nia Stewart chipping in 16 and Emmy Dello Russo added 10. Glenelg battled back from a 24-21 halftime deficit. For Reservoir (5-4), Alissa Young had a season-high 24 points. Jasmin Shelton added nine.

Howard 78, Centennial 16: The Lions (12-0) scored a season-high with four double-digit scorers. Gabby Kennerly (19) led the way, while Meghan Yarnevich (15), Iyanu Daniel (13) and Samiyah Nasir (10) also found success. For Centennial (2-8), Adria Welsh had eight points.

Century 40, South Carroll 33: Mia Graff had 21 points and 15 rebounds, Mackenzie Mowder had 10 points and Harli Hamlett had eight points and seven rebounds to lead the visiting Knights (7-4, 3-2 Carroll County) past the Cavaliers.

Manchester Valley, 40 Winters Mill 11: The Mavericks (9-2) raced to a 24-5 lead in the first half. Autumn Stottlemire led the scoring wit 12 points. Emma Penczek finished with nine points, four rebounds, four steals and four assists. Carmaya Bowman had six points, three steals and two assists. Emma Shaffer had five points and Molly Smith had four points and three steals.


Francis Scott Key 60, Brunswick 41: Summer Brooks had 15 points, six assists and five rebounds and Drew Watkins had 14 points and five rebounds to lead the host Eagles (11-2) over the Railroaders.

Varsity Highlights


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Westminster 45, Liberty 26: Emily Conklin led all scorers with 10 points. Carlie Rosewag and Kaylen Battle also contributed with eight points each as the Owls pulled away from the Lions in the second half for the win.

Pikesville 61, Patapsco 25: TyKeisha Hill and Bree Taylor led the way with 12 points apiece and Aliyah Taylor chipped in with 10 points in the win.

Eastern Tech 36, Catonsville 24: Tied at 14 at the half, Eastern Tech outscored Catonsville 22-10 in the second half. Maniya Simon (14) and Raven Rowe (10) combined for 24 points to lead the win.

Bel Air 47, Patterson Mill 44: The Bobcats won in overtime behind 14 points from Rachel Taylor and 10 from Gabby Awuah. Kiley Wilhelm had 19 points for Patterson Mill.

Boys swimming

Severn 104, St. Mary’s 61: Admirals’ Ben Keith won the 500 freestyle and the 100 butterfly; Court Barrett won the 200 individual medley and the 100 backstroke; Hayden Gargagliano won the 50 freestyle and Harlen Erskine won the 100 freestyle.


Girls swimming

Severn splits: The Admirals beat St. Mary’s, 57-37, but fell, 64-30, to Maryvale. Severn’s Kenzie Getz won both the 50 freestyle and the 100 freestyle and Aliza Monaldo won the 500 freestyle

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