High School sports

High school varsity sports roundup (Jan. 19)

Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action on Wednesday, Jan. 19.


Old Mill 57, Annapolis 24: Old Mill improved to 24-1 with the victory, led by pins from Tristan Sadam (106), Elijah Mills (132), Logan Cookerly (170) and Garrett Perrotta (182). Cam Neal (152) won by technical fall. Annapolis got pins from Davis Ruhr (120 pounds), Kevin Van Reson (126), Nick Antonelli (138), Jeremiah Erwin (145).


Chesapeake 58, Broadneck 20: Broadneck won four of the five lightest weights, but Chesapeake took every bout from 138 pounds up. Chase Listorti (145), Owen Schmidt (152), Colin Lewis (160), Dylan Lewis (170), Keanu Furbush (182) and Hunter Beck (220) had pins for Chesapeake. Cam Williams (106) and Brandon White (113) had pins for Broadneck.

Broadneck 59, Meade 24: Broadneck picked up the win on Tuesday, picking up seven pins on the night in addition to one win by technical fall and two wins via forfeit.


South River 65, Crofton 18: Crofton grabbed pins in the three lightweight bouts, but South River swept the rest of the dual. John Titow (126), Sam Ditmars (138), Nolan Lunsford (145), La La Titow (160), Austin Johnson (170), Jamison Ballard (182), Aidan Healy (195), Lonnell Owens-Pabon (220) and Racheil Coney (285) all earned pins for the Seahawks (21-3). Crofton got pins from Slade Hernandez (106), Ayden Eremitz (113) and Lexy Pabon (120).

Severna Park 54, Glen Burnie 15: Severna Park won two of the three contested matches, getting pins at 132 and 138 pounds, and seven wins by forfeit.

Winters Mill 48, Liberty 36: Each team earned six pins in the dual, but two forfeit wins for Winters Mill provided the deciding points. Chris Gaeng (106), Jamie Goodwin (126), Caleb Crouch (145), Brady Porte (160), Graig Love (170) and Mathew Dawley (195) earned pins for Winters Mill. Dylan Ohler (113), Adam Slicher (120), Kevin Poole (138), Ryan Ohler (152), Dylan Rubin (182) and Payton Roebuck (285) picked up pins for Liberty.

Boys basketball

Patterson Mill 55, Harford Tech 46: Tyree Wilson scored 20 points and Kyle Luddy had 17 points and 12 rebounds to lead the host Huskies past the Cobras. Patterson Mill led 25-21 at half. Eric Macharia led Tech (4-9) with 11 points, while Evan Buck and Hans Sazon each scored 10.

Centennial 55, Wilde Lake 47: The Eagles outscored the Wildecats 13-9 in the fourth quarter, as Ty Beck-Winter led all scorers with 19 points. Centennial led at the half 27-26.

Havre de Grace 82, Elkton 80: Senior Will Lawder scored 25 points and grabbed 16 rebounds to lead the Warriors (7-3, 3-3) past the visiting Elks (5-4, 2-4) in a Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference Chesapeake Division game. Bradyn Malloy and Dominik McKenney-George added 17 points each.

Century 67, Fallston 54: Andrew Marcinko poured in 23 points, while John Pavlick posted a double-double with 20 points and 10 rebounds for the Knights (11-2). Dylan Wheeler had a game-high 28 points for Fallston.

Meade 81, Crofton 45: Meade captured its eighth victory in a row to improve to 9-1 overall. Senior Bryson Spruell led the Mustangs with 18 points and three assists, while Freshmen Lucaya Baldrige had a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds. Jaisean Kenner chipped in nine points and nine rebounds. Juniors Kyree Scott had 12 points and seven rebounds, Xavion Roberson had 11 points and three assists, and John Teague had 10 points and five rebounds.


Annapolis Area Christian School 41, Indian Creek 36: AACS trailed 20-11 at half, but rallied for the win. Jabari Young led the way with 15 points.

Rising Sun 57, North Harford 55: The Hawks (2-6, 1-2) fell to the host Tigers (2-6, 2-3) in Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference Susquehanna Division play. Garrett Reinecke led the Hawks with 15 points. Aaron Huth added 12 points and Evan Buck netted 10.

Sparrows Point 38, Carver A&T 20

Archbishop Spalding 96, Mount Carmel 74

Mount St. Joseph 80, Gilman 53

John Carroll 64, Calvert Hall 51


St. Maria Goretti 61, Loyola 54

Girls basketball

Francis Scott Key 43, South Carroll 26: The Eagles picked up their first county win since 2019 led by a balanced scoring attack and a disruptive defense. Summer Brooks led with 14 points, five rebounds and three assists. Ally Mathias added six points, eight rebounds, two assists and two blocks. Rayna Miller chipped in five points, two blocks and two steals.

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Varsity Highlights


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Winters Mill 53, Hammond 41: Winters Mill built a 14-point halftime lead, headlined by a 19-point second quarter. In the defeat, Nia Green led the Golden Bears with 14 points.

Roland Park 58, Archbishop Spalding 55: Kelis Fisher scored a game-high 25 points and Savannah Curry had 23 points to lead the host Reds (7-2, 2-1 Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference) over the Cavaliers (3-6, 0-2). The victory marked the third in a row for Roland Park. Kamari Sims had 24 points and Mariah Sanabia had 22 points for Spalding.

St. Mary’s 62, Concordia 54: Baily Walden scored 21, Toronto Williams added 19 and Anna Ervin contributed 15 as the Saints knocked off Concordia, avenging an early season loss.

Friends 60 Indian Creek 39: Friends started the game strong, opening up a 17-point lead by halftime with a combination of steals and second-chance points. Haley Selmer scored 15 points for Indian Creek, Molly Bunker added 10 points.


Old Mill 67, Southern 45: Old Mill raced out to a 17-5 lead after one quarter and never looked back. Neveah Brown led Old Mill with 19 points. Amani Watts chipped in 14. Lyndsey Miller had a game-high 21 points for Southern. Angelia Huggins grabbed eight rebounds to go with six points.

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