McDonogh's streak at 9 with win over Catholic 14 score as Western tramples Southwestern

Girls basketball roundup

January 24, 1998|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Top-ranked McDonogh ran its winning streak to nine games as it cruised to a 63-31 win yesterday over Catholic in an Association of Independent Schools A Division game.

Vicki Brick had a team-high 12 points for the host Eagles (15-1), who led by as many as 33 points. In all, 11 McDonogh players scored.

Alison Healy paced Catholic with 15 points.

No. 10 Western 103, Southwestern 30: The 10th-ranked Doves got points from 14 different players as they overpowered the Sabers. Crystal Falline's 12 points and four rebounds led the Doves (10-2), who built a 51-16 halftime lead.

Latia Few contributed 11 points and Delena DeShields 10 for Western.

No. 11 Towson 65, Dundalk 10: Jaimee Reynolds had 10 points, eight rebounds, two assists and four steals in just 16 minutes as the Generals (12-1) dropped the visiting Owls.

No. 12 Milford Mill 74, Owings Mills 16: Chante Alexander had a game-high 18 points and Dyana Mitchell scored 16 as the Millers (10-3) blew past the Eagles.

No. 15 Woodlawn 72, Dulaney 58: Carissa Ingram-Hall had a team-high 24 points as the Warriors (11-4) ran away from the host Lions (10-2). Mandy Clark added 16 points for Woodlawn, while Katie Kilgalen led Dulaney with 24.

Bel Air 51, No. 20 North Harford 33: Sophomore Jacque LaFleur scored a game-high 19 points to lead the Bobcats (9-4) to an upset over the visiting Hawks (8-4)

Senior Becca Jones had 12 points for Bel Air. Senior Suzanne Eyler led North Harford with 10 points.

Dunbar 53, City 49: Sophomore center Lakesha Wills scored 19 to pace the host Poets.

Hereford 49, Sparrows Point 42: Senior forward Jessica Fisher scored 14 to lead the host Bulls.

Lansdowne 66, Patapsco 35: Junior forward Sarah Grimes scored 18 to lead the host Vikings, who led 34-15 at the half.

Northwestern 77, Southern-Balto. 39: Melita Dennis scored 20 as the Wildcats won on the road.

Poly 38, Edmondson 36: Senior forwards Akeya Vaughan and Dayna Jackson each scored 10 for the host Engineers.

Francis Scott Key 61, Boonsboro 25: Sindi Stem scored 11 and Melissa Merson added 10 points to pace the host Eagles, who led 28-6 at the half.

Pub Date: 1/24/98

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