Smith gets triple double, sparks Southwestern No. 1 Sabers still unbeaten with 71-62 win over Carver

February 08, 1997|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Dartegnon Smith's triple double, 21 points, 13 assists and 13 steals led top-ranked and host Southwestern (17-0) over Carver, 71-62, yesterday.

Woodlawn 104, Patapsco 44: Paul Kwajasa scored 16, as No. 6 Woodlawn (16-1) routed visiting Patapsco. Twelve players scored for the Warriors.

Randallstown 79, Perry Hall 46: Demon Brown scored 26 points and the host and No. 7 Rams (16-2) made eight three-pointers.

Dunbar 69, Northern 66: Tim Lyles hit nine foul shots in the fourth quarter and finished with 20 points as the No. 12 Poets (9-6) won on the road.

Douglass 86, Poly 76: Charles Harris scored 25 points to lead the 14th-ranked Ducks (11-4) to a home win.

Milford Mill 66, Parkville 64: Anthony Jenkins led the host and 17th-ranked Millers (15-4) with 17 points.

Loyola 49, Towson Catholic 43: Brian Cosgrove had 16 points as the host and 18th-ranked Dons (15-9) held off the Owls (13-10). Steve Johnson paced Towson Catholic with 15 points.

Southern-BC 67, Walbrook 48: Jelani Wise scored 13 points and Charles Scott added 12 to lead the host and 20th-ranked Bulldogs (8-7).

Westminster 61, South Carroll 44: Billy Mays hit five three-pointers in the first half and finished with 25 points as the Owls (8-11, 4-0 in Carroll County) cruised past host South Carroll (10-6, 2-2) in a Carroll County league game. Senior forward Baron Small finished with nine points, eight rebounds and six steals for the Owls. Matt Steppling finished with 15 to lead the Cavaliers.

McDonogh 57, John Carroll 51: Lance Clelland scored 13 points to lead the Eagles (14-5) to a home win over the Patriots.

St. Paul's 56, Friends 46: Michael Satyshur had 12 points and 11 assists and Justin Singleton had 12 points and 12 rebounds for the host Crusaders (17-5).

Eastern Tech 73, Sparrows Point 53: Devell Engram scored 16 points and Anthony Lawston added 12 as the host Mustangs (13-2) won.

Curley 89, St. Mary's 70: Jamie Cruz and Mike Palmere each scored 22 points as the host Friars (16-8) won in the MIAA B Conference.

Girls

Seton Keough 54, St. Frances 39: Charity Carbine led the No. 1 Gators with 11 points as Seton Keough (17-2) rebounded from a 59-48 loss to St. Mary's Wednesday that broke a 15-game win streak.

John Carroll 52, Mount de Sales 45: Britney Whitehurst scored 21 points and grabbed 15 rebounds to lead visiting and No. 5 John Carroll (15-4).

Hammond 39, Mount Hebron 31: Junior forward Crystal Todd led all players with 11 points to help No. 6 Hammond (15-3) squeak by Mount Hebron (6-12). Senior forward Nicole Owe added 10 points for Hammond.

Gwynn Lake 61, CHEN 30: Quantae Toney scored 22 to help the No. 7 Lakers (19-2) defeated host CHEN (15-4).

Centennial 53, Atholton 33: Junior forward Kathleen O'Connor's 17 points powered the No. 11 Eagles (13-5) to a road win.

Wilde Lake 45, Long Reach 21: Jessie Roy-Harrison scored 12 and Bridget White had 13 rebounds for visiting and No. 12 Wilde Lake (14-4).

Woodlawn 83, Patapsco 35: Tiffany Fennoy led all scorers with 16 points for the visiting and No. 13 Warriors (17-1).

Western 68, Forest Park 21: Marion Moore had 16 points and Delayna DeShields added 13 to help the host and 14th-ranked Doves 14-3) win their 11th straight.

Meade 67, North County 32: Katie Netherton scored 20 for visiting and No. 17 Meade (15-3).

Fallston 55, C.M. Wright 48: Jenn Cook scored seven of her game-high 21 points in the fourth quarter as the visiting and No. 18 Cougars (14-1) came from behind.

Francis Scott Key 65, Catoctin 21: Cindy Sheedy scored 13 to lead four players in double figures as the No. 19 Eagles (17-1) downed host Catoctin.

Broadneck 42, Southern 39: Amy Vanderhei's 11 points led the )) Bruins (12-6) to victory over the host Bulldogs (8-7).

Towson 49, Franklin 41: Leslie Hunt scored 14 to lead Towson (15-2) over visiting Franklin.

Pub Date: 2/08/97

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