No. 2 Arundel easily handles Broadneck

Girls basketball roundup

January 06, 1996|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Chavonne Hammond scored 19 points to lift No. 2 Arundel (8-2) over host Broadneck, 56-20.

The Wildcats used a 17-2 run in the second quarter to take a 32-8 halftime lead.

* Catonsville 60, Randallstown 42: Meaghann Mohler scored 22 points as No. 6 Catonsville defeated host Randallstown. Shannon Rexrode added 19 for the Comets (9-1), who outscored Randallstown 12-3 in the second quarter. Katrina Johns led the Rams with 24 points.

* C.M. Wright 65, Bel Air 40: Erin Updegrove scored 24 points and Miranda James added 18 as the No. 8 Mustangs romped at Bel Air (4-6).

* Centennial 39, Howard 27: Centennial held Howard to nine second-half points as the No. 9 Eagles (8-1) downed the host Lions. Kathleen O'Connor scored a game-high nine points to lead a balanced scoring attack for Centennial.

* Fallston 56, J. Carroll 43: Visiting No. 10 Fallston (5-0), up two points at the half, restricted John Carroll (7-3) to two third-quarter baskets to seal the victory. Courtney Benner led Fallston with 16 points, followed by Karen Tiedemann with 15. Three scorers accounted for all but five points for John Carroll.

* Mercy 50, Mount de Sales 29: Shannon Cohen led all scorers with 23 points to go along with five steals and five assists as the host and No. 12 Magic improved to 10-4. Adrienne DiPietro grabbed 17 rebounds for Mercy.

* Annapolis 58, South River 39: Sophomore Kammie Cottrell scored a game-high 17 points as the No. 14 Panthers (6-4) were easy winners over the visiting Seahawks (4-5). Jackie Edwards added 11 points for Annapolis, and Beth Salley led South River with 14.

* McDonogh 73, Bryn Mawr 57: Vicki Brick scored 28 points to pace No. 16 McDonogh (7-5) over host Bryn Mawr. Mary Urban contributed 18 points for the Eagles, who opened the game with a 14-5 run.

* Western 88, Carver 31: Marion Moore scored 26 points as No. 17 Western (4-3) rolled over Carver.

* Milford Mill 62, Owings Mills 33: Alikah Crowner produced 17 points to help No. 19 Milford Mill past host Owings Mills. The

Millers (8-2), who outscored the Eagles 37-15 in the second half, also received 11 points each from Crystal Dent, Jenna Bradford and Chante Alexander.

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