Bulldogs, with balance, upset Arundel, 61-57 Annapolis, Wilde Lake both remain unbeaten

December 20, 1997|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Southern-AA's Jessica Downes scored 13 points to lead four players in double figures as unranked Bulldogs (3-1) upset No. 10-ranked Arundel, 61-57, yesterday.

Tameka Graves, and Alicia Grobeston each had 12 points and combined for 17 rebounds for Southern-AA. Sherice Proctor led Arundel (2-1) with 17 points.

No. 4 Annapolis 57, Severna Park 38: Cammie Cottrell had a game-high 20 points along with 15 rebounds, and Jackie Edwards had 18 points and 18 rebounds for the host Panthers (3-0).

No. 5 Wilde Lake 49, Mount Hebron 31: Toni White scored 17 and Bridget White added 11 to lead the visiting, unbeaten Wildecats (4-0) over the Vikings (3-2).

No. 6 Roland Park 59, Catholic 28: Senior Lauren Miller scored 12 points to help lead the Reds (7-1) to a home win over the Cubs. Junior Betsy Gaines had 10 points and freshman Lauren Dodrill added nine for Roland Park.

No. 8 Centennial 72, Long Reach 26: Tia Richardson scored a game-best 18 points and Kathleen O'Connor added 11 as the Eagles (4-1) dropped the Lightning (1-3) in a Howard County league game.

No. 12 John Carroll 62, Mt. de Sales 33: Jen Westervelt scored 18 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead the host Patriots (5-3) over the Sailors. Kristin Jasper also added 18 points for John Carroll. No. 13 Meade 72, North County 14: Junior Angela Creek scored 15 points with five assists to lead the visiting Mustangs (2-2) over the Knights (0-4). Freshman Nicole Dailey and junior Katie Netherton had 10 points apiece for Meade.

No. 15 Towson 59, Lansdowne 33: Sara Lev had a game-high 14 points, while Jaimee Reynolds chipped in 12 to lead the host Generals.

No. 16 Milford Mill 68, Perry Hall 38: Dyana Mitchell scored a team-high 14 points and Jenna Bradford had 13 as the Millers (3-2) downed the Gators (2-3) in a Baltimore County Hoopsters Division game. Perry Hall's Mandy Fischer led all scorers with 18 points.

No. 17 Woodlawn 62, Franklin 51: Stacie Allen scored 22 points to power the Warriors (3-2) past host Franklin (3-3). Ann Molinaro led the Indians with 23, and Erin Spatafore added 18 points, including five three-pointers.

No. 19 Glenelg 52, Howard 33: Kris Brust had a game-high 22 points, and Lauren Martin added 16 for the host Gladiators (3-1).

River Hill 51, No. 20 Oakland Mills 38: Greeba Outen scored 17 points as the Hawks (4-2) upset the visiting Scorpions. Jamie Beale led the Scorpions with 14 points. The Hawks built a 19-9 halftime lead.

North Carroll 60, Hereford 29: The Panthers (4-1) ran off the first 19 points, and five players wound up scoring between 11 and nine points against the visiting Bulls. It was North Carroll's third game in as many days, and its second victory.

Pub Date: 12/20/97

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