Glenelg upends Oakland Mills, 52-33

Girls basketball

January 09, 2001|By Stan Rappaport

Eighth-ranked Glenelg scored the game's first 14 points and never looked back en route to a 52-33 victory over seventh-ranked Oakland Mills last night at Glenelg.

As they have for most of the season, the Gladiators (7-2 overall, 5-1 league) got balanced scoring. Sophomore Alli Biggs, who hadn't played or practiced since her 22-point effort last Wednesday because of strep throat, had a team-high 12 points. Sophomore Chrissy Starcher contributed 11, freshman Chela Hamilton had eight (including two three-pointers) and sophomores Cheyenne Davidson and Becky Simpson each added six.

The Scorpions' poor start was nothing new. Oakland Mills (5-5, 2-4) fell behind 12-0 at home last week against fourth-ranked Mount Hebron and lost by a point.

Tiffaney Randle's three free throws were the only points Oakland Mills could muster in the first quarter. The Scorpions missed all seven field-goal attempts, committed nine turnovers and trailed, 16-3.

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