Vic Tran scores early in the first half, giving River Hill girls soccer the 1-0 win over Mt. Hebron. It is the Hawks first county win of the season, while it is the Vikings first county loss of the year.
Coming off the bench with the score tied and 1.5 seconds left in Wednesday's Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference quarterfinal game against visiting St. Vincent Pallotti, Mount Saint Joseph's Nigel Jackson set up on the right baseline as a potential option. His 3-pointer found nothing but net, ending the visiting Panthers' furious fourth-quarter rally and giving the No. 1 Gaels a thrilling 48-45 win.
Taylor Gillis and Lola Hankins helped Glenelg Country girls basketball to its 11th win Wednesday. Gillis led the way defensively, while Hankins was the catalyst on offense in the game, helping the Dragons with the, 55-37 victory.
After suffering its first loss of the season against Olfields Monday, Glenelg Country bounced back on the road and routed Concordia Prep, 57-37, handing the Saints just their second loss of the season.
Senior guard Lamarr Mitchell was fouled and went to the line with seven seconds to play and the score tied between No. 12 City and No. 6 Lake Clifton. He swished both free throws and the visiting Knights defense held firm to seal a 43-41 win over their Baltimore City rivals.
On five occasions in the fourth quarter Monday, host Glenelg Country, pulled within one point of Mount Saint Joseph and then finally evened the score with less than two minutes to play Monday. Every time, the Gaels found the necessary answer. The final one was a strong drive to the basket by junior guard Darryl Morsell with 1:03 to play, which was followed by three stops on defense and a closing free throw from senior Randy Miller as No. 2 Mount Saint Joseph secured a 60-57 win over the No. 10