Mullen helps No. 10 Southern-AA crush Surrattsville, 50-13

Girls basketball roundup

December 11, 1993|By From Staff Reports

Senior forward Leketia Mullen scored 12 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to help No. 10 Southern of Anne Arundel County rout host Surrattsville, 50-13, yesterday.

Senior center Lisa Biederman added 11 points for the Bulldogs (2-0), who led 24-5 at halftime.

Surrattsville fell to 0-2.

* Mount Hebron 48, Strath Haven 39: Senior forward Rachel Cimmier led No. 3 Mount Hebron with 18 points and 14 rebounds as the Vikings (2-0) defeated host Strath Haven in the opening round of the Strath Haven Invitational in Media, Pa.

* Towson 65, Loch Raven 47: Jessica Owens and Kary Koch each scored 19 points as No. 13 Towson defeated host Loch Raven (0-2). Tiffany Tucker led Loch Raven with 13 points.

* Annapolis 66, Glen Burnie 33: Shannon Henderson scored 15 points to lead No. 8 Annapolis (1-1) past Glen Burnie (0-1). Tammie Carson had seven points and 12 rebounds for the Gophers.

* Randallstown 67, Woodlawn 52: Nyota Mitchell scored 30 points as No. 9 Randallstown (3-0) cruised past Woodlawn (0-2). The Rams led 42-16 at halftime.

* Poly 69, Chester (Pa.) 41: Angela Brice and Jawai Maith each scored 15 points to lead No. 16 Poly (1-1) over Chester (0-1) in the Abington (Pa.) Mixer. Maith had 13 points in the first quarter as Poly raced to a 30-6 lead. Poly faces Abington today at 2 p.m.

* Fallston 49, North Carroll 40: Junior guard Lori Hessley had 18 points, seven steals and three assists as No. 17 Fallston (2-0) topped visiting North Carroll. Casey Rhoten led North Carroll with 16 points.

* Wilde Lade 51, Pallotti 37: Junior guard Kristen Riismandel led No. 19 Wilde Lake (2-0) to victory over Pallotti (0-3) with a career-high 22 points. Riismandel added 10 steals and five assists.

* Towson Catholic 28, Mount Carmel 25: The backcourt of Amy Cullum and Rebecca Becker combined for 26 points as Towson Catholic (2-4, 1-1) nipped Mount Carmel (3-5, 0-2) in a Metro Private Schools League game. Larissa Paulino had 12 points for the Lions.

* Seton Keough 41, Mount de Sales 31: Forwards Meghan Donovan and Katie Sparks had 10 points each to lead the visiting Gators (2-1) over Mount de Sales. Sailors junior center Amy Buck had a game-high 13 points.

* Dundalk 47, Parkville 42: Katie Marsheck had 23 points and Holly Collins added 10 to lead Dundalk (1-2) past Parkville (0-3). LaTanya Jones scored 12 points for Parkville.

* Hereford 39, Owings Mills 35: Junior guard Melinda Sawyer had 14 points as Hereford defeated Owings Mills.

Senior guard Kristin Rutledge added 12 points for the Bulls (1-0). Sheree Tilley scored 15 points for Owings Mills.

* Park 54, St. Paul's 39: Jessica Schiavone scored 24 points as host Park toppled St. Paul's (2-3). Alexa Wilder had 15 points and six steals for the Bruins (4-0).

* Friends 45, Garrison Forest 43: Julie Bayne made a 15-foot, last-second jumper to boost Friends (2-3). The Grizzlies (0-2) trailed by four at the half.

* Roland Park 35, Bryn Mawr 28: Melissa Cully scored a game-high 16 points to carry Roland Park (1-2) over Bryn Mawr (0-2).

* Severn 56, Maryvale 33: Sophomore guard Monique Jennings had 16 points, five steals and four assists to lead visiting Severn past Marvale. Maryvale junior center Meg McLaughlin scored a team-high 15 points.

* Severna Park 50, North County 43: Junior guard Sandy Jenkin scored 11 points and had seven rebounds to lead Severna Park (2-0) past North County (1-1). Senior center Joy Farmer had 22 points for North County.

* Arundel 59, Meade 41: Sophomore forward Chavonne Hammond had 17 points, 12 rebounds, two steals and three blocks as host Arundel (2-0) defeated Meade. Tresa Silcott led the Mustangs (0-2) with a game-high 19 points.

* Milford Mill 55, Sparrows Point 15: Senior Kisha Wapkins scored 27 points to lead Milford Mill (1-0) over host Sparrows Point (0-1).

* Douglass 60, South River 40: Senior forward Drewana Bey scored 25 points to lead visiting Douglass (2-1) over South River (2-1).

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