Ervins' 32 help St. Frances upset No. 14 IND 70-56 loss is second in three games for Indians

February 10, 1996|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Jakia Ervins scored 32 points as host St. Frances upset No. 14 IND, 70-56, yesterday.

St. Frances has now beaten IND twice this season.

The Panthers (10-8) trailed 25-24 at halftime.

Robin Johnson had a team-high 27 points for the Indians (10-8), who have lost two of their past three games.

* Seton Keough (AIS) 33, St. Timothy's 29: Sophomore center Kristin Stoffel scored 15 points and had 15 rebounds as the Gators (10-2) defeated St. Timothy's in an AIS B Division Tournament semifinal game.

St. Timothy's Greta Miller led all scorers with 19 points.

The Gators will meet Oldfields in the tournament championship game Monday at Loyola College at 5:45 p.m.

* St. Mary's 75, Spalding 28: Tara Foran scored 20 points to help No. 3 St. Mary's (20-0) past host Spalding. Emily Lipton added 15 for the Saints, who held a 35-10 halftime advantage. St. Mary's takes on No. 1 Seton Keough twice next week, on Wednesday at home and Friday at Seton Keough.

* Catonsville 52, Towson 28: Shannon Rexrode scored 14 points as No. 4 Catonsville (15-1) beat visiting Towson. Krista Bayne added 11 for the Comets.

* Annapolis 59, Broadneck 35: Jackie Edwards, Kami Cottrell and Dina Brown each scored 14 points to lead No. 8 and visiting Annapolis (14-5). The Panthers made seven three-pointers.

* Centennial 36, Hammond 34: Meredith Price and Gina Dinisio both scored eight points as No. 17 Centennial (12-5) edged host and No. 10 Hammond (13-6). Rene Hines totaled a game-high 13 points for the Bears.

* Mount Hebron 52, Howard 35: Alisha Mosley scored 27 and Sarah Eberhart added 13 to lead the host Vikings (9-7).

* Milford Mill 59, Hereford 40: Crystal Dent scored 14 and Diana Mitchell and Chante Alexander each had 13 to lead visiting and No. 20 Milford Mill.

* Randallstown 50, Dulaney 31: Katrina Johns scored 17, including her 1,000th career point for host Randallstown.

* Walbrook 63, Forest Park 40: Danielle Turner finished with 26 points and 23 rebounds to lead the visiting Warriors (9-5) past the Foresters (1-9).

* City 68, Edmondson 67: Lenea Rogers' steal and layup with 1.9 seconds left lifted the Knights (11-6) over the host Redskins (6-7). Rogers led City with 17 points, while Emily Jones scored 31 points in a losing cause.

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