Lunn stars as McDonogh rolls

Basketball roundup

January 03, 1998|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

David Lunn scored 19 points as No. 18-ranked McDonogh blew by Christian Home Educators Network (CHEN), 61-33, in the semifinals of the Eagles' Holiday Hoops tournament.

The Eagles (6-1) play Bowling Brook in the title game at 8 tonight. CHEN plays Carver A&T at 6 p.m. in the consolation.

Glenelg Country Tournament: Jay Kreider scored 18 points to lead River Hill (3-4) to a 54-37 win over host Glenelg Country (6-1).

In the other first-round game, senior J. R. Parker scored a game-high 16 points and shot 6-for-6 from the foul line to help Mount Hebron (1-6) to a 44-40 win over Boys' Latin (7-4).

Girls

Central Maryland Tournament: Senior Jen Butterwei scored 19 points and added seven rebounds and two blocks to help Archbishop Spalding (9-5) to an opening-round victory over Old Mill, 58-45. Junior Lisa Feeheley scored a game-high 21 points For Old Mill.

In game two, in her first action since knee surgery, Tiffany Harvey made one of two free throws with five seconds left in regulation to give Atholton (2-5) a 53-52 win over Gaithersburg.

Midwinter Classic: Her team trailing by a point, Hereford's Melanie McComas hit a layup with five seconds left to lift Hereford (5-3) over C. Milton Wright, 54-53. Katie Sonnefeld had 19 for the winners.

In another first-round game, Tracey Comer scored 12 points and Jessica Sturgill had 10 to power North Harford (3-3) past Dundalk (2-4), 61-8.

North Harford faces Hereford in today's final at 3 p.m. Dundalk plays C.Milton Wright in the consolation at 1 p.m.

Pub Date: 1/03/98

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