Atholton edges Glenelg in six-overtime game Loyola scores 66-58 upset over No. 4 St. Frances

Basketball roundup

January 10, 1998|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Atholton's James Penamon scored five points in the sixth overtime last night, including the game-winning 5-footer in the final minute, as the Raiders outlasted Glenelg, 64-63, in boys basketball.

Neither team scored in the first five overtimes, although Atholton (8-2) won each of the first five opening tips and held the ball for the entire three minutes, only to miss shots in the final 10 seconds each time.

The Gladiators won the jump starting the sixth extra period, however, and opened a 61-59 lead on two foul shots before Penamon hit a three-pointer for a 62-61 Atholton lead.

Adam Hazlinsky gave Glenelg (3-7) a 63-62 edge with a layup on the next possession before Penamon hit his game-winner.

Glenelg's Brandon Robinson, whose three-pointer in the final 10 seconds sent the game to the first overtime, missed off the back iron in the final moments.

Loyola 66, No. 4 St. Frances 58: Reggie Gray hit five straight free throws in the closing minutes as the Dons (6-7) won. Gray and St. Frances' Shawn Hampton each finished with 20 points.

No. 11 Woodlawn 66, Overlea 59: Damon Garris scored 12 of his game-high 27 points in the fourth quarter as the host Warriors (8-2) rallied from a 14-point halftime deficit. Goretti 60, No. 15 Gibbons 48: Juniors Anthony Sowers and Lee Green scored 14 and 13 points, respectively, to lead Goretti.

Howard 57, No. 18 Long Reach 54: Jabraille Jackson had 23 points as the Lions (5-4) overcame a 13-point halftime deficit to upset the host Lightning (6-4) in Howard County League play.

Old Mill 59, No. 19 Chesapeake-AA 51: Tim Smith made seven of eight free throws down the stretch and hit a tie-breaking field goal in the final two minutes, as the unranked Patriots defeated ++ the host Cougars (6-3). Smith, Toby Green and Craig Hall each had 14 points for Old Mill.

No. 10 Edgewood 90, C. Milton Wright 73: Mike Griffin's game-high 23 points led the host Rams (9-0) over the Mustangs (3-6) in a Harford league game. Keith Winder added 17 for Edgewood.

No. 18 McDonogh 48, St. Paul's 41: David Lunn had a game-high 20 points, and Owen Daly added 19 to lead the Eagles.

No. 20 Aberdeen 85, Havre de Grace 74: Jermaine Skinner had a season-high 29 points and five steals to lead the Eagles (7-2) to their seventh straight win.

Girls

No. 1 St. Mary's 55, Mount de Sales 47: Junior Emily Lipton scored a team-high 13 points as the visiting Saints (11-3) topped the Sailors. Senior Suzanne Smith had a game-high 17 points while sophomore Kerry Poisal scored 13 points for Mount de Sales.

No. 2 McDonogh 65, Bryn Mawr 32: Vicki Brick scored 23 points and Mary Urban added 14 as the visiting Eagles (12-1) dropped the Mawrtians (7-4).

No. 10 Meade 80, Northeast 39: Dena Eldridge scored 22 points and Angie Creek chipped in 17 and six assists to lead the Mustangs (6-3) over the host Eagles (3-5).

No. 11 Arundel 74, Broadneck 38: Sherice Proctor scored 22 points to the power the host Wildcats (6-2) past the Bruins (0-8).

No. 13 Towson 69, Owings Mills 27: Jaimee Reynolds and Sara Lev had 12 points each to lead the Generals (6-1) over the visiting Eagles (3-5).

No. 19 Woodlawn 99, Overlea 11: Mandy Clark scored a game-high 26 points and Stacie Allen added 15 as the Warriors (8-2) raced to a 54-7 halftime lead in the home win.

Pub Date: 1/10/98

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