No. 1 McDonogh tops NDP, 66-41, for 8th win in row Mawrtians outscore Reds in 2nd half, but lose by 12

January 17, 1998|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Vicki Brick scored 21 points to lead top-ranked McDonogh past Notre Dame Prep, 66-41, yesterday for its eighth straight win.

Natalie Brooks had 10 points for the Eagles, who led just 27-18 at halftime and pulled away in the second half by outscoring the Pirates (6-8) 39-23.

Kim McCombe led Notre Dame Prep with 12 points and 11 rebounds, and Lauren Aumiller added 11 points and five steals.

No. 2 Roland Park 47, Bryn Mawr 35: Megan Kelly scored 15 points for the Reds (17-3), who held on for the victory despite being outscored 21-19 in the second half by the Mawrtians (7-4). Kelsey Twist added 12 points for Roland Park.

No. 4 Annapolis 38, Broadneck 33: Freshman Heather Young started for the injured Jackie Edwards and scored 10 points, while Emily Danmeyer had 12 points and 15 rebounds to lead the Panthers (8-2) over the Bruins (0-10).

No. 6 John Carroll 56, Institute of Notre Dame 30: Jen Westervelt had 19 points to lead the Patriots (12-4) over the Indians (1-11).

No. 8 Meade 69, Glen Burnie 33: Angie Creek scored 19 points in 14 minutes as the Mustangs (8-3), who led by as many as 36 points at the end of the third quarter, toppled the Gophers (3-8).

No. 10 Arundel 71, South River 29: Senior Sherice Proctor had 19 points, five rebounds, five assists and two steals to lead the host Wildcats (8-2) to a win over the Seahawks (8-3). Junior Megan Rollins added 15 points and eight steals for Arundel.

No. 11 Western 63, Dunbar 49: Delena DeShields led all scorers with 19 points and Ty McMillion chipped in 12 as the Doves (9-2) defeated the host Poets (7-6). LaTonya Peace led Dunbar with 18 points.

No. 12 Centennial 43, Mount Hebron 39: Jessica Mentz scored 12 and Kathleen O'Connor added 10 to lead the host Eagles (8-4) over the Vikings (8-4). The win ended Centennial's two-game losing streak.

No. 13 Towson 57, Randallstown 31: Sara Lev had a team-high 14 points, and Lindsay Buchanan added 11, to lead the Generals (9-1) over the Rams (4-8).

No. 14 Milford Mill 68, Lansdowne 42: Dyana Mitchell and Jenna Bradford scored 23 and 19 points, respectively, to power the host Millers (9-3). Sarah Grimes led Lansdowne with 19 points.

No. 15 Woodlawn 62, Perry Hall 50: Anitra Smith had a game-high 19 points as the Warriors (10-3) went on a 25-9 run in the first quarter and never trailed the rest of the way.

No. 17 Seton Keough 41, Mount de Sales 29: Nessa Klein scored 16 to spark the visting Gators. Katrina Zelenka led Mount de Sales with 10.

Severna Park 69, Southern-AA 66: Severna Park led by one -- 67-66 -- when Beth Davis hit a field goal with 30 seconds left to seal the Falcons (5-6) win over the visiting Bulldogs (5-6). Kim Lawton led Severna Park with 17.

No. 20 Bel Air 63, North East 59: Jacque LaFleur's 14 points led four players in double figures as the visiting Bobcats (8-4) snapped a two-game losing streak. Heidi Buchanan and Colleen Keefe each added 12 points and Becca Jones had 10 for Bel Air. North East's Katie Davis had a game-high 30 points.

Pub Date: 1/17/98

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