No. 20 Meade girls run over Broadneck

Mustangs gain 48-42 win with 8-0 burst to end game

Basketball roundup

February 23, 2002|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Four Mustangs scored in double figures for the 20th-ranked Meade girls basketball team, which closed the game with an 8-0 run yesterday to earn a 48-42 win over host Broadneck in a Class 4A East Regional first-round game.

Lauren McKinney and Latrice Cowart scored 11 each and Sparkle Williamson and Tami Webster contributed 10 apiece for the Mustangs (17-6), who broke a 42-42 tie with a basket and four straight free throws.

The Mustangs will play Frederick, the top-seeded team in the region, on Monday. Broadneck ends its season at 11-12.

Poly 56, Edmondson 50: The visiting Engineers built a 12-point halftime lead and held on over their Baltimore City rivals in the 2A North. Poly will face Western Tech in the next round.

Patterson 52, Southwestern 46: The visiting Clippers overcame a 10-point deficit with four minutes to play, outscoring the Sabers 19-3 en route to a 4A North victory. Patterson advanced to play Lake Clifton on Tuesday.

Perry Hall 54, Northern 50: Junior Catherine Vecchioni (20 points, 13 rebounds) and senior Ogechi Ekeocha (14 points, 15 rebounds) posted double doubles for the visiting Gators, who overcame Rochelle Hayes' 23 points to defeat the Vikings in the 4A North.

The Gators (11-12) will play host to Woodlawn in a quarterfinal on Monday.

Arundel 54, Old Mill 42: Tiffany Johnson scored 13 and Alex McGuire added 10 as the visiting Wildcats clawed out a victory over the Patriots in the 4A East. Arundel will play South River on Monday.

Glen Burnie 75, North County 40: Senior guard Essence Greer had 16 points, seven rebounds and seven assists to lead the visiting Gophers (12-8) over the Knights in the 4A East. Glen Burnie will play host to Westminster on Monday.

North Carroll 49, South Carroll 44: Katy Winemiller scored a game-high 15 as the host Panthers (8-15) downed Carroll County rival South Carroll (8-15) in the 3A West.

No. 13 Hammond 74, Howard 54: Three players scored in double figures for the Bears, led by senior guard Tara Zammichieli (28) and senior forward Melissa Workman (23), as Hammond dispatched of the visiting Lions in the 2A West. Hammond will face Glenelg in the regional quarterfinals on Monday.

No. 15 Long Reach 69, Northeast 39: A switch to a zone defense midway through the second half helped the host Lightning (15-8) pull away from the Eagles in the 3A East. Long Reach will play Douglass of Prince George's County in the regional quarterfinals next week.

No. 1 Archbishop Spalding 66, St. Mary's-Ryken 40: Junior Lizzy Bayly scored 14 and senior Maggie Rapp had 11 as the Cavaliers (21-9) beat St. Mary's-Ryken (14-12) in their first game in the private schools state tournament.

Boys basketball

North County 61, Broadneck 50: Kevin Hammack scored 25 to go along with eight rebounds and five assists to lead the Knights (15-8) over the visiting Bruins in the 4A East.

Northern 68, Kenwood 62: Brandon Flenor scored 30 for the Vikings, who earned a 4A North win over the Blue Birds and a berth in the next round against Woodlawn.

Patterson 58, Perry Hall 55: The Clippers came back from a double-digit deficit to edge the Gators (7-16) in the 4A North. Justin Hamilton's game-tying three-point attempt rimmed out.

Wilde Lake 57, Severna Park 51: The visiting Wildecats overcame a nine-point halftime deficit to earn a 3A East win. Wilde Lake will face undefeated Annapolis in the next round.

Eastern Tech 50, Edmondson 48: The Redskins got 20 points from Darryl Clark, but it wasn't enough to overcome a sizable halftime deficit as the host Mavericks (16-7) advanced in the 2A North.

Catonsville 58, Western Tech 32: Senior forward Scott Clipp had 23 points and eight rebounds to lead the host Comets (15-8) over the Wolverines (11-9) in the 2A North. Catonsville will play at top-seeded Overlea on Tuesday.

Carver-BC 61, Dulaney 55: Senior Williams Smith scored 13 and grabbed 19 rebounds to lift the host Beats in the 3A North.

Loch Raven 70, Harford Tech 64: Senior Justin Eve scored 25 and senior Shawn Yarrell contributed 15 as the host Raiders (8-13) edged the Cobras in the 1A North.

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