Spalding takes upset win over J. Carroll Butterwei and Campion lead Cavaliers to victory

Girls basketball

January 31, 1998|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Archbishop Spalding took the lead for good with four minutes left as the 17th-ranked Cavaliers knocked off visiting No. 5 John Carroll, 62-56, in Catholic League action yesterday.

Jen Butterwei and Amy Campion each had 16 points for the winners,

Spalding (15-8) led 17-15 after the first period but trailed 32-26 at halftime in the seesaw game.

Sarah Oktavec led John Carroll (13-5) with 18 points. Spalding defender Janet Harmel (nine points, 15 rebounds) held the Patriots' leading scorer, Jen Westervelt, to six points.

No. 1 McDonogh 69, Bullis Prep 54: The high-flying Eagles (18-1) used a 16-8 fourth-quarter scoring run on the way to a victory over the host Bulldogs (9-7) in a non-league game. Vicki Brick led all scorers with 21.

McDonogh led by as many as 12 before Bullis cut the lead in half in the opening minutes of the fourth quarter.

No. 2 Roland Park 66, Severn 38: The Reds (19-3) outscored the Admirals 21-4 in the third quarter to seal the win. Betsy Gaines had 18 points and Stasia Thomas added 12 for Roland Park, which has won seven straight.

No. 4 Wilde Lake 61, Long Reach 39: Toni White scored her 1,000th career point as the Wildecats (13-2) won their seventh straight. White finished with a team-high 16 points.

No. 6 Arundel 72, North County 32: The Wildcats (10-2) broke open the game with a 24-9 run in the third quarter to topple the Knights (2-12). Sherice Proctor had a game-high 14 points, and Shaunte Edmonds grabbed 10 rebounds for Arundel.

No. 7 Meade 67, South River 36: Angie Creek had 23 points, five rebounds and six assists to lead the host Mustangs (11-3). Nicole Dailey added 13 points for Meade, which led Seahawks (9-7) at halftime, 33-18.

No. 9 Mercy 48, St. John's Prospect Hall 42: Kaitie Schuyler and Ashlee Courter each had 10 points as the host Magic (14-7) dropped the Vikings in a non-league game. Mercy led by as many as 10 points in third quarter, and its lead never was less than four the rest of the way.

No. 10 Annapolis 53, Old Mill 32: Senior Jackie Edwards scored a game-high 22 points to lead the visiting Panthers (10-3) to a win over the Patriots (7-6). Junior Lisa Feeheley had a team-high 13 points for Old Mill.

No. 11 Towson 64, Loch Raven 9: Jamie Reynolds scored a game-high 14 points as the Generals (13-2) bounced back from their first Baltimore County league loss Wednesday to top the Raiders (5-8).

No. 12 Milford Mill 59, Randallstown 35: Chante Alexander scored 15 to pace the host Millers (12-3). Jenna Bradford and Dyana Mitchell each added 10 points for Milford Mill.

No. 14 Woodlawn 85, Lansdowne 71: The Warriors (13-4) used Carissa Ingram-Hall's team-high 24 points to put away the Vikings. Woodlawn's Stacie Allen added 16 points.

No. 15 Centennial 55, Oakland Mills 43: Jess Mentz scored 14 to lift the host Eagles (11-4, 9-2 in Howard County), who had three players in double figures. The Scorpions were led by Jamie Beale's 20 points.

Glenelg 79, No. 16 River Hill 56: River Hill transfer Lauren Martin scored 12 of her 26 points in the third quarter as the Gladiators (8-7) dropped the Hawks (8-7). It was the second straight loss for River Hill.

No. 19 Mount Hebron 41, Hammond 25: The host Vikings (11-4) opened up a 15-point lead in the third quarter on the way to the win. Mia Molfino had a game-high 15 points and Lauren Kickham added 12 for Mount Hebron, which has won three straight.

Pub Date: 1/31/98

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