Old Mill upsets Annapolis Hall's free throws do in No. 10 Panthers, 48-43

Boys basketball

January 31, 1998|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Craig Hall made two free throws with eight seconds left to lift Old Mill to an upset win, 48-43, over visiting 10th-ranked Annapolis (12-2) yesterday.

Tim Smith led Old Mill (7-7) with 13 and Hall finished with 10. The Panthers' Thomas Hawkins led all scorers with 17.

No. 4 St. Frances 48, Loyola 38: Shawn Hampton scored 15 of his game-high 19 points in the second half, helping the host Panthers to a Catholic League win. Hampton made nine of 12 field goals and added 10 rebounds and 11 blocks. Reggie Gray led the Dons with 15 points.

No. 9 Woodlawn 105, Lansdowne 70: Sterling Brown scored 20 to power the Warriors (15-2) to a commanding 35-point decision over the visiting Vikings.

No. 15 Meade 84, South River 74, OT: Terrell Ross scored six of his 10 points in overtime as the Mustangs (9-5) went on a 12-2 run to down the visiting Seahawks.

South River's Sean Griffin hit a field goal with 11 seconds left to send the game into OT tied at 72.

Jeff Charles and David Stangee scored 26 and 21, respectively, for Meade. Griffin led South River with 21.

No. 16 Southern-AA 61, Northeast 49: Junior William Maynard scored 16 points and senior Albert Mudd added 15 to lead the visiting Bulldogs (10-4) over the Eagles (2-12). Senior Chris Pack had 26 points and six rebounds for Northeast.

No. 17 Cardinal Gibbons 63, St. Maria Goretti 51: The visiting Crusaders (14-9, 4-4) held Goretti to only five points in the third quarter to come back from an eight-point halftime deficit. Sophomore Gil Goodrich had 18 points to lead Gibbons.

Mount Hebron 50, No. 19 Hammond 44: The host Vikings (3-11) led 41-40 before making six of seven free throws to knock off the Bears (13-5). Joey Armstead led Mount Hebron with 14 and Pat Lally had 13 for Hammond.

No. 20 Atholton 69, Howard 59: Jason Almond had a game-high 16 points and Brian Boykins added 14 points to lead the Raiders over the Lions.

Hereford 68, Carver A&T 41: Jason Wingeart had a season-high 31 points, including seven three-pointers, as the host Bulls (9-8) rolled to victory. Wingeart had 15 points in the first quarter.

Pub Date: 1/31/98

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