36 by Todd stifle Howard, as Hammond girls win in OT No. 1 Seton Keough romps for 15th straight victory

Basketball BTC roundup

February 01, 1997|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Crystal Todd scored 36 points, including 10 of her team's 14 points in overtime, as No. 6 Hammond (14-1) turned back host Howard's upset bid last night, 62-51.

Howard (6-10) trailed, 48-47, when Chanelle Carter (17 points) hit a free throw with seven seconds left to send the game into overtime. Todd made eight of Hammond's nine three-pointers.

Seton Keough 68, IND 23: Nessa Klein had a game-high 13 points to lead the No. 1-ranked Gators (16-1) to their 15th straight win. Amanda Foster and Charity Carbine each contributed nine points for host Seton Keough. The Indians (5-19) made just three field goals in the first half and trailed, 35-6, at halftime.

Mercy 62, Mount de Sales 35: Sophomore center Jamie Vogtman led all scorers with 13 points as the No. 2 Magic (15-2) downed the host Sailors (12-12).

Gwynn Lake 69, CHEN 30: Quante Toney scored 16 points and Jimea Barner added 14 to lead No. 7 Gwynn Lake (18-2) past visiting CHEN.

Arundel 73, Chesapeake-AA 41: Sherice Proctor scored 16 points as No. 8 Arundel (13-3) topped host Chesapeake-AA (6-10). Arundel went on a 21-8 scoring run in the fourth quarter. Megan Rollins added 12 for the Wildcats.

Annapolis 57, Old Mill 44: Junior forward Jackie Edwards led the visiting and No. 9 Panthers (13-3) with 16 points. Annapolis led by as many as 20 points.

Centennial 64, River Hill 43: Meredith Price and Icyis Richardson each scored 16 points as the host and No. 11 Eagles (11-4) cruised past the Hawks (5-12). River Hill's Lauren Martin led all scorers with 19 points.

Wilde Lake 47, Mount Hebron 38: Junior Lashon White led all scorers with 17 points as the No. 12 Wildecats (12-4) defeated the host Vikings (6-9). Toni White had 10 points for Wilde Lake.

Woodlawn 78, Owings Mills 27: Junior forward Carissa Ingram-Hall led all scorers with 16 points to help the No. 13 Warriors (15-1) top the host Eagles (4-11).

Milford Mill 68, Patapsco 32: Sophomore forwards Danielle Carter (17 points) and Chante Alexander (13) led the 15th-ranked Millers (15-2) over host Patapsco (7-10).

Francis Scott Key 55, Walkersville 42: Stephanie Stambaugh's 17 points and Nicole Keffer's 16 helped the visiting and No. 18 Eagles (15-1) avenge their only loss of the season. Stambaugh also had 10 rebounds.

Towson 55, Loch Raven 46: Lindsay Buchanan scored 15 to lead

visiting Towson (14-1) over Loch Raven (6-12).


Centennial 63, River Hill 34: Matt Laycock scored 14 to lead No. 5 Centennial (16-0) past host River Hill. Centennial built a 40-17 halftime lead.

Woodlawn 84, Owings Mills 53: Lenard Lee scored 14 as No. 6 Woodlawn (12-1) topped visiting Owings Mills. Woodlawn took a 34-18 halftime advantage. Adrian Baldwin added 11 for Woodlawn.

Randallstown 66, Catonsville 58: Demon Brown scored a game-high 28 points to lead the No. 7 and host Rams (15-2) over the Comets. Will Worthan had 18 points for Catonsville and Cameron McCarthy added 17.

Broadneck 61, Meade 47: Senior forward John Williams scored 25 points as No. 8 Broadneck (11-4) defeated host Meade (6-10). Broadneck went on a 17-10 scoring run in the third quarter. Steve Spurlin led Meade with 18 points.

Arundel 61, Chesapeake-AA 54: Senior guard Lavar Robinson led the No. 9 Wildcats with 20 points and they survived a 35-point effort from host Chesapeake's Ray Wagner.

Annapolis 66, Old Mill 33: Brian Barber scored 17 points to power No. 10 Annapolis past host Old Mill (5-11).

Aberdeen 70, North Harford 42: E. J. Henderson scored 14 points as No. 11 Aberdeen rolled past host North Harford.

St. Paul's 62, John Carroll 47: Senior guard Justin Singleton led all scorers with 17 points for the visiting and No. 19 Crusaders (14-5).

North County 68, South River 61: Sean Brown scored 32 points, hitting eight of 16 three-pointers, to lead the host Knights (7-8) over the Seahawks. Brown had 18 points in the first half, all coming on three-pointers.

Milford Mill 89, Patapsco 63: Arthur Lewis scored 21, Anton Word had 19 and Joel Lucas added 16 to lead host Milford Mill (12-4).

Pub Date: 2/01/97

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