Calvert Hall upends No. 4 Spalding, 71-52

18-6 second period propels 11th-ranked Cardinals

Basketball roundup

February 12, 2000|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

No. 11 Calvert Hall outscored No. 4 Archbishop Spalding, 18-6, in the second quarter for a 12-point halftime lead and went on to a 71-52 Catholic League victory last night at Calvert Hall.

Pierre Jones led the Cardinals with 20 points, including seven in the second quarter. Jared Woodley and Pat Love scored 14 and 12 points, respectively, for Calvert Hall (14-10).

The Cardinals, who scored 45 second-half points, took 21 more free throws than Spalding.

No. 1 Annapolis 85, Southern-AA 53: Thomas Hawkins had 25 points and Marcus Neal 22 to pace the Panthers over visiting Southern-AA. Marcus Johnson added 15 points for Annapolis.

This was Annapolis' 19th straight victory, tying the Anne Arundel County record for wins at the start of a season, set by Annapolis in 1985-86.

No. 7 Douglass 69, Carver 59: Dontae Truitt scored 28 to lead the visiting Ducks, who trailed by three at halftime.

No. 8 St. Frances 62, Loyola 37: Tavon McKoy scored 16 of his game-high 19 points in the first half for host St. Frances.

No. 10 Aberdeen 85, Joppatowne 56: Bill Guy had 18 points to lead host Aberdeen.

No. 13 Randallstown 66, Towson 57: Aaron McCoy scored 10 of his 12 points in the fourth quarter to rally the Rams over visiting Towson.

No. 16 North County 73, Glen Burnie 70: Bryan Hall scored 19 and Chuck Willis had 16, including four three-pointers, to lead the visiting Knights (14-5).

Oakland Mills 92, No. 17 Wilde Lake 90, 2 OT: Cyril Chesson had 28 points to help the host Scorpions beat Wilde Lake in and tie Centennial for first place in Howard County. David Martin had 30 points and hit a three-pointer to send it into overtime for the Wildecats. Oakland Mills made 14 of 15 free throws late to make the difference.

No. 18 Northwestern 65, Southwestern 60: Guard Gordy Clark had 19 points for the Wildcats (12-6).

No. 20 Dulaney 79, Loch Raven 45: Colin Stevens Jr. had 21 points and eight assists and Julius Crossland added 19 points to lead host Dulaney (16-3).

Edgewood 76, Fallston 51: Jermaine Hancock scored 27 points and Jonathan Booker added 19 for pace host Edgewood.

Girls

No. 2 River Hill 54, Centennial 36: Greeba Outen-Barlow scored 12 of her game-high 18 points in the second half to lead the Hawks over visiting Centennial.

No. 3 Dunbar 78, Mervo 50: Lakesha Wills had 32 points and 17 rebounds and Toni Kennedy added 19 points for the visiting Poets (17-1).

No. 4 Mount Hebron 76, Atholton 19: Tiffaney Randle had 18 points and Sierra Charon scored all 11 of her points in the fourth quarter to lead the Vikings over visiting Atholton.

No. 7 Severna Park 50, South River 37: Kim Lawton scored 16 points and Lauren Bessire had 11 points and 10 rebounds to lead host Severna Park.

No. 8 Arundel 59, Broadneck 38: Najmah Fauntleroy scored 19 of her game-high 23 points in the second half as the Wildcats pulled away from host Broadneck.

No. 9 Western 81, Northern 27: Lillian Drumgold had 21 points, nine rebounds and three assists to lead the visiting Doves (14-5).

No. 10 Milford Mill 80, Dundalk 31: Shari Burgess scored 20 points and Tamika Rodgers had 14 points and five rebounds for host Milford Mill.

No. 12 Mercy 59, IND 41: Katie Schuyler scored 20 to top the 1,000-career point mark as the Magic defeated IND at the Towson Center.

No. 15 St. Mary's 66, Mount de Sales 40: Lauren Bonanni had 21 points and Toby McIntyre 12 points to lead visiting St. Mary's.

No. 17 Glen Burnie 55, North County 45: Essence Greer had 19 points and Alicia Carr scored all nine of her points in the fourth quarter to led the host Gophers.

No. 19 North Carroll 42, Linganore 39: Senior Bethany Reeb's three-pointer with 42 seconds remaining proved to be the difference as the Panthers upended the Central Maryland Conference-leading Lancers at North Carroll.

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