High school sports roundup (Jan. 3)

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Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action from Tuesday, Jan. 3.

Boys basketball

Patterson Mill 67, Perryville 37: Freshman Colin Luddy poured in 23 points, while Jackson Wheeler added 12 for the Huskies.


Chesapeake 51, Crofton 49: Nate Matkins hit the go-ahead 3 pointer with 10 seconds on the clock for the Cougars to take the lead and hold out for the victory. Mitch Collier scored 17 points for the Cougars, while Darious Gary added 15 points, nine rebounds, five assists and four steals.

South River 75, Old Mill 53: Cash Herndon scored 30 points to lead the Seahawks over the Patriots. Trashaun Timmons added 15 points and Blake Burrows finished with 14 in the win.


Meade 64, Southern 37: Shawn Jones scored a game-high 31 points to lead the host Mustangs (7-1) past the Bulldogs. Meade went on a 22-2 run in the third quarter. Xavion Roberson scored 11 points for the Mustangs.

Broadneck 59, Arundel 50: Jalen Carter had 18 points to lead the Bruins. Amare Jeffries and Jordan Brown added 16 and 11 points, respectively. The Wildcats were doomed in part by 32 turnovers. Noah Frayer led Arundel in scoring with 14 points. Samson Anjorin added 11.

Pikesville 69, Patapsco 39: Blake Neverdon led the win with 19 points and seven rebounds. The Panthers also got an all-around strong game from Ben Lichter with 18 points, seven rebounds, four blocks and three assists.

Liberty 53, Winters Mill 36: The Lions remained unbeaten in county with the win. Liberty (7-2, 3-0) got a balanced scoring effort with Phil Sackett leading with 11 points. Tyler Downs and Derek Goff each added 10 points. Goff and Cam Hodges each pulled down five rebounds. Kandi Mkpasi scored a game-high 20 for Winters Mill and had eight rebounds.

Century 61, Francis Scott Key 40: Andrew Marcinko led all scorers with 20 points in the Knight’s win. The team improves to 7-1, 2-0 Carroll County. Jake Winkles and Peyton Conrad combined for 20 points while Jackson Smith pulled down nine rebounds. Aiden Lefaivre led FSK with 10 points.

Urbana 69, Westminster 20: The Hawks made nine 3-pointers and had 11 players score, led by Aaron Shoffner with 18 points. RJ Roche added 13. For the Owls, Chance Byrnes had five points and two steals. Will Mollman chipped in four points and five rebounds.

Girls basketball

Broadneck 41, Arundel 17: The host Bruins opened with a 12-2 run and beat the Wildcats. Broadneck was led by Samantha Miller with a game-high 12 points, London Best had nine points and nine rebounds and Summer Stroop had eight points.

Severna Park 44, Northeast 26: The Falcons moved to 8-1 behind Lilly Spilker’s 10 points, six rebounds and six steals. Charley Coward added nine points and four rebounds. Ryn Feemster had seven points and a team-high 10 rebounds.


Harford Tech 63, North East 26: Anyia Gibson finished with 29 points and eight rebounds to lead the Cobras. Amya Goodsell finished with 11 points, seven rebounds, seven assists and five steals. Sarah Hunt chipped in five points, four rebounds, four steals and three assists.

Winters Mill 44, Liberty 37: The visiting Falcons scored 11 points in each of the four quarters and beat the Lions. Lauren Costello had 15 points and Carli Vogel had nine points for Winters Mill.

Urbana 60, Westminster 38: Urbana made eight 3-pointers to hold off a second-quarter rally by the Owls. Brianna Shuttlewood led the Hawks with 19 points. The Owls were led by Kaylen Battle with 11 points.

Glen Burnie 86, North County 11: The Gophers saw 12 players score in the lopsided win. Amourie Porter rained down 25 points, also adding five rebounds, five assists and 10 steals. Lania Nick scored 16 points and Aichatta Soumaoro had 10.

Indoor track and field

Varsity Highlights


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Dundalk’s boys and Hereford’s girls won their sides of a Baltimore County meet at the 5th Regiment Armory. On the girls side, Hereford won with 114 points, being out Western Tech with 67. Towson (47) prevailed in close battle for third. Dundalk’s boys scored 88 points, followed by Dulaney (65) and Towson (59).

In the boys meet, Dundalk got wins from Qaiyon Prioleau in the pole vault (12-feet), Dale Martin in the shot put (45-11) and Isiah Tancemore in the high jump (6-feet) and 55 hurdles (8.18).


Milford Mill’s Daysen Shell won the 55 (6.68) and the 300 (38.16), Dulaney’s Tyler Dailey won the 1,600 (4:34.93) and 800 (2:06.43), Hereford’s Ben Wheeler won the 500 (1:13.36) and Towson’s Kieran Mischke won the 3,200 (10:12). In relays, Dundalk won the 4x200, Milford Mill won the 4x400 and Towson won the 4x800.

In the girls meet, Hereford got individual wins from Eliza Fox in the high jump (4-8), Sylvia Snider won the 1,600 (5:26.38) and Hadley Sweeney in the 500 (1:24.2). Lily Moore, Scarlett Seitz, Estelle Snider and Sweeney won the 4x400.

Western Tech’s Adaku Iwudike won the shot put (29-9) and Oluwatunmishe Olunuga won the 55 hurdles (9.4). Dundalk’s Julia Beatty won the pole vault (8-6), Milford Mill’s Rebekah Aladekoba won the 300 (46.54), Catonsville’s Makayla Hunt won the 55 (7.69) and Hallie Shepard won the 800 (2:38.96), Dulaney’s Catherine Campbell won the 3,200 (12:31.7).

Western Tech won the 4x200 relay and Dulaney won the 4x800.

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