Gibbons falls to Philly school, 65-52

December 29, 1991

Tim Krug scored 19 to lead Philadelphia's Penn Charter (5-5) to a 65-52 victory over Cardinal Gibbons (5-5) in the opening round of the Benedictine Capital City Classic at Richmond, Va. Chuckie Lee scored 19 to pace Gibbons, which held a six-point halftime lead, but was outscored, 16-5, in the third quarter.

Rich Riffle scored 17 and Bob Evans added 15 to lead Severna Park (6-0) to an 86-67 victory over Northeast (1-4) in the championship game of the Bob Pascal Tournament at Northeast. The Falcons outscored Northeast, 30-19, in the second quarter to take a 42-30 halftime lead.

Ravon Austin scored 15 points and Austin Johnson added 14 to lead Old Mill (4-1) over No. 20 Meade (3-2), 64-62, in the championship of the Meade Christmas Tournament. Derek Barrett led Meade with a game-high 22 points, including four three-pointers.

In the consolation game, Vernon Osborne's 17 points led Glen Burnie (3-2) over Edgewood (3-3), 63-48.

Ronald Wallace scored 15 points and Terrence Suber added 13, as City (4-1) defeated Chesapeake of Baltimore County, 80-62, in the championship of the Lansdowne Tournament. In the consolation game, George Smith scored underneath with two seconds left to lift Lansdowne (2-4) to a 61-59 double overtime win over Joppatowne (4-2). Kelly Matthews scored 26 to lead Lansdowne.

Despite 26 points from Poly's Ian Smith, Bethesda-Chevy Chase defeated the Engineers (1-6), 59-54, in the consolation game of the Capital City Classic at Annapolis.

Three players scored in double digits to lead Bethesda-Chevy Chase.


Tammy Lea scored 13 to lead No. 14 Lake Clifton (4-2) to a 60-47 victory over No. 20 Annapolis (3-2) in the championship game of the Capital City Classic at Annapolis. Lashina Gross added 11 points for the Lakers, and Celena Falline and Dena Freeman scored 10 apiece. Kai Simms scored a game-high 15 to pace Annapolis.

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