Southern-Baltimore edges Paterson Cath. Calvert Hall, City prevail in out-of-town tourneys

McDonogh girls rip Pa. foe

Local Sports

December 29, 1998|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

No. 5 Southern-Baltimore (3-2) never trailed on its way to beating Paterson (N.J.) Catholic, 50-47, in the Slam Dunk to the Beach boys basketball tournament at Cape Henlopen High School in Lewes, Del., yesterday. Melvin Scott led Southern with 19 points, and Darryl Dorsey had 11. Teammate Isaiah Johnson produced nine points, 10 rebounds and four blocks.

Wheeling Park Tournament: Reggie Bryant led all scorers with 20 points as No. 6 Calvert Hall (8-2) defeated All Hallows, 55-49, in a first-round game in Wheeling, W.Va. Jared Woodley added 19 points for the victors, who rallied in the final three minutes.

T.C. Williams Classic: Todd Galloway had 28 points and 10 assists as No. 11 City held on to defeat Suitland, 60-54, in a semifinal game in Alexandria, Va. Dominic Fulcher contributed 15 points for City (7-1), which made six of eight free throws in the final two minutes to hang on. The Knights play T.C. Williams in today's championship game at 7 p.m.

Eastern Tech Holiday Classic: Phil Watson (13 points), Jaye Brake (13), Danny Watson (12) and Manny Robinson (11) powered Kenwood (4-2) past host Eastern Tech, 63-60, in the first round. The host Mustangs (5-2) held a 30-29 halftime lead, but the Bluebirds (4-2) took the lead for good early in the third quarter. Reggie Thomas scored 11 for Eastern Tech.

In the second game, Andre Loney had 20 points and 12 rebounds as Lansdowne (5-3) defeated Fallston, 79-65. Chad Gibson added 15 points and Brandon Jeffers 13 for the Vikings (5-3). Lansdowne plays Kenwood in today's championship game at 7: 45 p.m. In the consolation game, Fallston plays Eastern Tech at 4 p.m.

Aberdeen Holiday Tournament: Stephon Watson scored 18 points and Tylan Gatling and Bill Guy had 15 each to lead host Aberdeen to a 65-55 win over Curley.

In the other game, Walbrook defeated Christiana, Del., 69-63.

Girls

Holly n' Hoops Tournament: Top-ranked McDonogh (10-0) scored 21 of the game's first 26 points to rout Governor Mifflin, Pa., 55-29, in a first-round game at McDonogh. Vicki Brick had a game-high 17 points. McDonogh plays Severna Park, a 55-37 upset winner over No. 12 Centennial, today at 8 p.m. in the championship game. Governor Mifflin and Centennial will play at 6.

Holiday Hoops Invitational: In the consolation round, Angie Creek scored 21 points and Nicole Dailey had 18 to help Meade (4-3) cruise by Westlake (2-3), 80-63.

Eastern Tech Classic: Senior Elisha Carter scored 21 to move within 22 of the 1,500-point level, as Eastern Tech (4-3), with 11 scorers, defeated Overlea (0-5), 75-4. The Mustangs will play Havre de Grace, a 51-31 winner over Kenwood, in today's championship at 6 p.m. Marion Mann (15) and Shia Sheppard (10) were the top scorers for Havre de Grace (3-2) and Tyeisha Morris had 12 points for Kenwood (3-2). Overlea and Kenwood will play at 2 p.m.

Mount Hebron Classic: Sarah Grimes had 17 points, as Lansdowne defeated City, 57-33, in the opener. Shanae Saunders led City with nine points. In the second game, Lauren Kickham scored 12 points and Katie Zabel had 11 to lead a balanced offense as host and No. 16 Mount Hebron (7-0) walked away with an 87-22 win over Catholic.

Shake & Bake Tournament: No. 4 Roland Park (6-2) used a 23-4 third-quarter run on the way to a 57-35 win over Chapelle (La.) in a second-round game in New Orleans. The Reds' Betsy Gaines led all scorers with 13 points.

Lady Hawks Shootout: Monica Joines scored 14 points to lead host North Harford (4-2) to an easy 57-39 win over Harford Christian. Kristen McKnight had 11 points for the Eagles (6-3). Earlier, Paige Heath scored 12 to help C. Milton Wright (4-2) to a 43-36 win over Hereford. Jodi Anderson and Gina Allen had eight points each for the Bulls (4-3).

Comet Classic: At Catonsville, Olachi Opara scored 22 points and Kate Barnett added 14 to lead Bryn Mawr to a semifinal 66-38 win over Randallstown. Shanel Knox topped Randallstown with 13 points. Bryn Mawr will play Catonsville, a 67-27 winner over Seton Keough-AIS, for the championship.

Chesapeake-AA Tournament: Northeast (2-5) had three double-figure scorers on the way to defeating Woodlawn, 50-45. Stacie Allen of Woodlawn (3-3) led all scorers with 20 points. Chesapeake-AA (2-5) outscored IND (1-6) 17-1 in the first period and rolled to a 68-23 win. Northeast plays Severna Park in the championship today at 7 p.m. Woodlawn meets IND at 5 p.m.

Noel Classic: No. 8 Mercy (9-2) and No. 10 and home team Spalding (8-3) were easy winners. Jamie Vogtman and Ashlee Courter, who combined for 30 points, sparked Mercy in its 67-45 victory over Walt Whitman.

Lauren Schaech topped four Spalding double-figure scorers, as the Cavaliers ran past North Yarmouth, Maine (10-3), 63-39. Old Mill, led by Lisa Feeheley's 23 points, stopped Patuxent, 40-31, and Robinson defeated Parkside, 80-35. Today's schedule: North Yarmouth vs. Old Mill, 2 p.m.; Parkside vs. Whitman, 4 p.m.; Mercy vs. Robinson, 6 p.m.; Spalding vs. Paint Branch, 8 p.m.

Pub Date: 12/29/98

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