Perry Hall knocks off No. 17 Catonsville, 67-60

Gators' Buris scores 17, hits four three-pointers

Basketball roundup

High Schools

January 08, 2000|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Jason Buris scored 17 points, including four three-pointers, to lead the visiting Perry Hall basketball team to a 67-60 upset of No. 17 Catonsville last night.

The Gators' Dale Seward added 16 points, including nine in the second quarter, when Perry Hall (11-0) gained the lead.

Steve Roblin had 12 points to lead the Comets (7-4).

No. 3 Annapolis 65, Arundel 53: Thomas Hawkins had 17 of his game-high 27 points in the second half as the host Panthers (9-0) rallied to beat the Wildcats.

Annapolis overcame an eight-point deficit early in the third quarter to remain unbeaten in Anne Arundel County league play (5-0). The Panthers led 50-40 at the start of the final period, thanks to an 8-0 run early in the third quarter.

Marcus Johnson chipped in 10 points for Annapolis.

No. 9 St. Frances 63, Cardinal Gibbons 44: Forward Jamal Jacobs scored 16 and 6-foot-5 center Tim Payne added seven points as the visiting Panthers defeated Gibbons. Colin McBride had 16 points for the Crusaders (11-4).

No. 11 Mount St. Joseph 53, Calvert Hall 45: J. J. Outlaw scored 22 points and had four three-pointers to lead the Gaels (12-2).

Calvert Hall's Jared Woodley scored 14.

No. 15 Meade 80, Northeast 42: Doug Underwood scored 15 and Eric Brown added 13 points -- including three three-pointers -- and five assists, as the Mustangs rolled.

Meade led by 14 after one quarter and by 27 at halftime.

No. 16 Mount Hebron 37, Atholton 35: Eric Toback (11 points, eight rebounds) hit the winning layup to lift the Vikings over the Raiders.

Jonny Norman added eight points for the Vikings.


No. 3 Arundel 64, Annapolis 39: Najmah Fauntleroy scored 17 to lead thevisting Wildcats (8-1) over the Panthers (4-5).

Jessica Charles and Chanell Sutton both had 13 points for Arundel.

No. 4 River Hill 58, No. 14 Centennial 36: Greeba Outen-Barlow scored 16 in the fourth quarter to break open a defensive struggle and lift the visiting Hawks.

River Hill led 31-24 after three quarters.

No. 8 Mount Hebron 63, Atholton 16: Annie Collins had 11 points and Tiffaney Randall added 10 as the Vikings defeated the Raiders to improve to 9-0.

Hammond 57, No. 16 Glenelg 56, OT: Melissa Workman scored 23 and Tara Zammichieli added 18 points to lead the Golden Bears past the Gladiators.

Stephanie Howell led visiting Glenelg with 25 points.

No. 17 Randallstown 47, Dulaney 42: The Rams (6-1) led by as many as 20 points in the second half before the visiting Lions rallied with five three-point baskets to make it close.

Raven Chase scored nine in the second half and had nine rebounds to fend off the Lions.

Tiffany Jackson scored seven points and had six assists for the Rams.

No. 18 McDonogh 48, Institute of Notre Dame 36: McDonogh's Katie Nelson scored 13 and had six assists and three rebounds to lead the Eagles to victory.

No. 19 North Carroll 54, Frederick 47: Senior forward Candice Jeffrey scored 17 and collected a game-high 18 rebounds to help the Panthers defeat their Central Maryland Conference foe in Hampstead.

Senior guard Heather Easter recorded 18 points and eight rebounds and junior forward Becky Wike notched seven points, 12 rebounds and four steals to help North Carroll (9-1, 2-0) extend its winning streak to nine games.

No. 20 Catonsville 80, Perry Hall 50: Sara Starsone scored 13 points, as the Comets (6-4) routed the Gators.

Darby Burke and Susan Edmunds each had nine points for Perry Hall.

Dundalk 60, Loch Raven 36: Larhonda Garrett scored 30 and Monica Gladysz had 11 points to help the visiting Owls (6-3) defeat the Raiders.

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