Towson Catholic falls in Alhambra consolation

March 22, 1998

FROSTBURG -- Towson Catholic (25-11) found itself in a 12-0 hole just 3:31 into the game and could not dig itself out in losing the Alhambra Consolation Championship game 62-55 to Archbishop Carroll (19-13) of Washington here last night.

Timothy Washington scored eight of Carroll's first 12 points and was the game's leading scorer with 25, as the Owls could get no closer than five points, which came with 15 seconds left in the game. Carroll maintained a 12- to 15-point lead through much of the game.

Lafonte Johnson scored 14 points for Towson Catholic.

"This is not easy, but Archbishop Carroll came out and did what they needed to win the game and we didn't. Give them credit," Towson Catholic coach Mike Daniel said."

Archbishop Carroll 62, Towson Catholic 55

TOWSON CATHOLIC -- Jenifer 7, L. Johnson 14, Sykes 13, Carter 6, Early 3, S. Johnson 8, Letsebe 4. Totals 18 13-20 55.

ARCHBISHOP CARROLL -- Wright--Nelson 6, Adams 10, Sterling Washington 25, Mardesich 8, Veney 1, Lottin 7, Torey 3. Totals 20 19-26 62. Half: AC 34-20.

Pub Date: 3/22/98

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