Jordan Fulmore’s game-winner lifts Francis Scott Key boys basketball past Manchester Valley | Baltimore Sun high school roundup (Jan. 10)

Here’s a roundup of high school varsity action on Monday, Jan. 10.

Boys basketball

Francis Scott Key 51, Manchester Valley 49: Sophomore Jordan Fulmore’s putback basket with 10 seconds left was the difference as the Eagles held off a second-half rally to beat the Mavericks. Ryan Rill led the way with 24 points for FSK, which took a 26-19 lead into halftime only for Manchester Valley to hit five second-half 3-pointers and eventually tie the game at 49. Logan Milstreed chipped in 13 points and Jaeden Heiser had seven points, eight rebounds and seven assists for the Eagles.


Century 66, Westminster 47: Andrew Marcinko scored 26 points on seven 3-pointers and the Knights (9-1) made 13 threes overall to run away with a win against the visiting Owls. John Pavlick chipped in 15 points for Century, which turned a 33-22 halftime lead into a comfortable victory in the second half.

Westminster was led by Liam Long with nine points while Cam Crilly and Kyle Hoot each had seven.


Meade 69, Severna Park 68: Junior Xavion Roberson scored 27 points and had five assists as the Mustangs (5-1, 5-0) rallied from a nine-point deficit to start the fourth quarter to beat the Falcons. Juniors Kyree Scott (13 points and five rebounds), Shawn Jones (11 points and seven boards) and Bryson Spruell (10 points) helped secure the win.

South River 78, Crofton 40: Senior Zarek Wheatley scored 18 points and made four 3-pointers and junior Cash Herndon added 17 as the Seahawks made 12 threes to remain unbeaten in Anne Arundel County play.

St. Mary’s 88, AACS 33: The Saints blew out AACS as Jacob Aryee scored 18 points and Casey Smith added 17. Aidan Harris pitched in with 10 points while Peyton Mason and Connor Harris added eight points each.

Old Mill 71, Northeast 69: Malcolm Day collected a team-high 22 points for the Patriots (5-1). Jordan Penn and Xavier DeLoatch each added nine points apiece for Old Mill.

Patterson Mill 61, Perryville 44: Kyle Luddy (20 points, 16 rebounds) and Tyree Wilson (15 points, 14 rebounds) both had double-doubles for the Huskies (5-1).

North Harford 51, Bel Air 50: Garrett Reinecke had 12 points and five steals, Aaron Huth (12 rebounds) and Evan Wagner (10 rebounds) added eight points each and John Allred pitched in seven points and seven rebounds as the Hawks (2-7) ended a six-game losing streak.

Girls basketball

Manchester Valley 49, Francis Scott Key 45: The Mavericks moved to 8-1 with the victory. For the Eagles (5-5), Summer Brooks had 17 points, five rebounds and three assists, Ally Mathias added 15 points and eight rebounds and Lizzie Bertrand pitched in with six points and three boards.

Century, 46 Westminster 31: Eva Brandt secured a double-double with 11 points and 12 rebounds and Erin Mellendick added nine points and four assists to lead the Knights (7-1) past the Owls. Mia Graff and Caroline Little (four assists) pitched in with seven points apiece while Harli Hamlett added six for Century, which jumped out to a 13-0 lead in the first quarter and never looked back.


Gerstell 40, Notre Dame Prep 34: In the first game in nearly three weeks for both squads, Gerstell (5-2, 4-0 IAAM B2) rallied from a 25-12 halftime deficit to win. Eniyah Stinnette led the way with 12 points while Annie Jackson had eight and Kathrynn Heinz finished with seven.

St. Mary’s 50, AACS 36: Bailey Walden netted 18 points to help the Saints (3-4) rally for a victory. Toronto Williams added 15 points while Maya Morahan added six points off the bench.

Old Mill 67, Northeast-AA 26: Amani “Baby Shaq” Watts had 15 points, seven rebounds, six steals and a block in the blowout win to help the Patriots remain unbeaten. Fellow junior Saniya Hymes had 10 points, four blocks, three steals and two rebounds.

South River 58, Crofton 39: Freshman Raegan Ogle proved herself yet again with a team-high 13 points in the Seahawks’ win over the Cardinals. Senior Alaina Goodwin added with 11 points, junior Calen Norton netted 10 and senior Hannah Swaniger had eight for South River.

Cora Shafer netted 22 points in the loss while Vanessa Carmichael contributed nine for Crofton.

Arundel 41, Broadneck 34: Heather Middleton went 2-for-3 from beyond the arc to lead the Wildcats with 25 points overall.


Park 61, Indian Creek 45: The Eagles let a four-point halftime deficit balloon in the second half in a loss. Sarah Martin registered 14 points for Indian Creek while Peyton Frisby had 11.

Fallston 56, Harford Tech 44: Senior guard Jillian Crawford scored 29 points and added five rebounds and five assists to lead the Cougars (6-3) past host the Cobras (7-3). Fallston led 27-25 at the half and then 41-35 entering the final quarter. Senior guard Allie Book chipped in with 11 points and seven assists.

Patterson Mill 67, Aberdeen 22: Madison Knight (21 points, 13 rebounds) and Kiley Wilhelm (17 points, 10 rebounds) recorded double-doubles while Ava Wheeler added 13 points and four steals for the Huskies (7-2) in a lopsided win.

Varsity Highlights


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Edgewood 69, Perryville 51: Harmony Madu had a huge game with 22 points, 24 rebounds and a pair of blocks and Ma’Niya Alston scored 24 points while adding seven steals and seven rebounds in the Rams’ (6-3) victory. Courtney Pryor added 11 points.

Elkton 47, North Harford 35

North East 43, Joppatowne 8


Meade 46, Severna Park 33


South Carroll wins Hub Cup: Evan Owen (106), Ryan Athey (120), Michael Pizzuto (132), Gage Owen (138), AJ Rodrigues (160), Brandon Athey (170) and Rylan Moose (182) each claimed titles as the Cavaliers cruised to the team title at North Hagerstown on Saturday with 234.5 points. Manny Rodrigues (152) took third and Anthony Bond (145) came in fourth.

Francis Scott Key places 8th at Hub Cup: Zach Kinloch took the 126-pound title while Nate Taylor took third, Liam Weeks finished fourth, Patrick Mattingly and Bodey Griffin came in sixth, Josh Rouse finished seventh and Gabe Dell came in eighth at North Hagerstown on Saturday.

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For the record

An earlier version of this roundup incorrectly identified the players' team in the Manchester Valley-Francis Scott Key girls basketball game item.