Franklin stuns Woodlawn, 60-59

December 21, 1991

Stacey Robinson scored 16 of his game-high 20 points after the first half, as visiting Franklin (3-1, 3-1) upset No. 16 Woodlawn (3-1, 3-1), 60-59, in overtime in a Baltimore County 4A-3A Division game.

Franklin made 21 of 26 foul shots in the second half, and outscored Woodlawn, 19-7, in the fourth quarter to force a tie at the end of regulation.

Donte Dudley led Woodlawn with 12 points, and Marty Zombro added 14 for Franklin.

Franklin's last win against Woodlawn came during the 1985-86 season, when the Indians edged the Warriors, 48-47.

In other games, Shawnta Rogers scored 27 and Anthony Lang added 25, as No. 5 Lake Clifton (4-0, 2-0) routed host Mount St. Joseph (0-6, 0-2), 116-69, in an MSA A Conference Division I game. Brian Dunn led the Gaels with 17 points.

Jerard Rucker scored 11 points, including the game-winner, as No. 7 Cardinal Gibbons (4-3) edged Newport Prep, 51-49, yesterday in the opening round of the Bullis Prep Christmas Tournament in Potomac.

Rucker, a 6-2 sophomore, hit a jumper with 30 seconds left to give the Crusaders a four-point lead.

Eddie Rivers scored 30 points and had nine rebounds to lead No. 8 Edmondson (2-1, 1-0) over visiting Mervo (2-2, 0-1), 80-71, in an MSA B Conference Division I game. Edmondson's Maurice Blanding had 22 points and 18 rebounds. Victor Jones led Mervo with 17 points.

Rodney Willis' three-pointer with three seconds left gave visiting Linganore (5-1) a 61-60 victory over No. 20 Oakland Mills (3-3).

Girls

Stacey Himes' game-high 18 points led No. 3 Old Mill (3-0) over visiting Frederick (3-1), 58-46, in a non-league game. Lee Ann Lezzer added 10 for Old Mill, including two three-pointers.

Kisha Ford scored 24 points and Julie Szymanski added 15 as No. 12 Bryn Mawr (4-0, 2-0) downed visiting Catholic (0-5, 0-4), 54-43, in an Association of Independent Schools A Division game.

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