No. 8 Calvert Hall is rocked, 60-26 Cardinals outscored 24-0 by N.Y. team in last quarter

Basketball roundup

December 31, 1997|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Eighth-ranked Calvert Hall was outscored 24-0 in the fourth quarter in a 60-26 rout by St. Augustine (N.Y.) in the final of the Tip-Off Classic Division at the Slam Dunk to the Beach Tournament in Lewes, Del., last night.

Reggie Bryant led the Cardinals (9-4) with just nine points; Andrew Sullivan had a game-high 33 points for St. Augustine.

Mayor's Cup Division: Ronson Burton had a game-high 21 points and host Cape Henlopen (5-0) scored the final eight points of the game in a come-from-behind win in the championship game.

Reggie Gray led Loyola (5-6) with 16 points, seven rebounds and four assists.

The Dons were ahead, 43-41, at the end of the third period, but trailed 53-50 before Gray tied the game with a three-pointer with just under two minutes remaining.

W.K. Freeman Tournament: Emil Curry scored 12 points and grabbed six rebounds to lead No. 3 Southern-B to a 54-41 win over Anacostia in the semifinals. The Bulldogs (4-2) play Eastern for the championship today at 1 p.m.

Meade Christmas Tournament: Tournament MVP Mike Griffin scored 18 points, including three three-pointers, to lift No. 12 Edgewood to a 68-66 victory over Eleanor Roosevelt in the finals. Edgewood trailed 57-49 after three quarters before making their comeback. Keith Winder had 16 points for Edgewood.

Sherman A. Bristow Holiday Tournament: Senior Sam Brand scored a game-high 21 points to help lead Poly to a 74-42 win over Gilman in the championship game.

Senior Cedric Ward had 16 points for Poly. Eugene Manley scored 14 points for Gilman.

Catholic Holiday Tournament: Brandon Jones scored 33 points and broke the tournament record for three-pointers in a game with seven to lead Gibbons (8-5) to a 82-56 win over Norfolk Academy in the second round.

Aberdeen Invitational: E. J. Henderson scored a game-high 24 points to give Aberdeen a 75-57 win over Christiana in the championship game. Stephon Watson added 18 for the Eagles. In the consolation, Nick Murphy had 18 points as Curley beat Long Reach, 65-57.

John Carroll Christmas Tournament: Brendan Patek scored a game-high 19 points and converted three consecutive layups in the closing minutes to give North Harford a 57-52 win over Overlea for the title.

Gwynn Park Holiday Classic: Dante Pennix scored 22 points to lead Northern-Baltimore (6-5) to a 69-61 consolation win over Bowie.

Girls basketball

Chesapeake-AA Holiday Tournament: Sarah Grimes had a game-high 21 points to lead Lansdowne to a 49-37 win over Chesapeake-AA for the crown.

Mardela Tournament: Adriene Butler scored 18 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead Oakland Mills to a 59-25 win over Mardela in the semifinals. The Scorpions (4-3) play Bishop Euitose for the championship tonight at 8 p.m.

Comet Christmas Classic: Marci Brewer scored 11 and Kara MacLeod added 10 as Catosnville (5-2) dropped Randallstown 66-30 in the championship game. Brewer was Most Valuable Player.

Bel Air Holiday Hoopla: Jamie Frey scored a game-high 25 points while Carri Antolick had 15 points to help Bethlehem Catholic to a 63-44 win over Glenelg in the championship game.

Bethlehem Catholic led by seven at the half before opening up a big second half margin. Lauren Martin scored 21 points and Chris Brust added 11 for Glenelg.

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Pub Date: 12/31/97

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