Down by 20 points, Gibbons roars past Goretti, 77-67

Annapolis tops Old Mill

IND romps in Delaware


High Schools

January 11, 2003|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Trailing by 17 points at intermission and by 20 in the third quarter to Baltimore Catholic League rival St. Maria Goretti, No. 18 Cardinal Gibbons walked off its home court with a satisfying 77-67 victory yesterday.

The Crusaders (9-5, 2-4) cut the Gaels' lead to 56-46 by the start of the fourth. They took the lead at the 4:30 mark on a basket by Glenn Nelson.

Gibbons, which got a game-high 20 points from junior point guard Kenny Hasbrouck, outscored Goretti (7-8, 0-5) 31-11 in the fourth period.

No. 6 Annapolis 69, Old Mill 59: The Panthers (8-1) got 23 points from senior guard Laronja Owens to beat the host Patriots (6-3, 3-1 in Anne Arundel).

No. 7 Mount St. Joseph 57, Loyola 41: Senior guard Kyle O'Connor scored 15 points for the host Gaels, who improved to 12-2 by beating the Dons (6-11).

No. 12 Calvert Hall 53, No. 14 Towson Catholic 37: The host Cardinals (11-5, 2-2 in Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference/Catholic League) got 23 points from Jack McClinton.


No. 3 Institute of Notre Dame 62, Ursuline 48: The Indians (9-3) had three players in double figures, led by Colby Lee's 20, as they rolled in Wilmington, Del.

No. 7 Archbishop Spalding 46, St. John's at Prospect Hall 45: Trailing by four with 18 seconds to play, the visiting Cavaliers (10-2, 7-0) got a three-pointer from Katie Latonick and another three from her sister, Meghan, with six seconds left to clinch the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference win.

No. 14 Meade 66, No. 13 Chesapeake-AA 54: The host Mustangs (7-3, 3-1 in Anne Arundel) trailed 13-0 early, then rallied behind junior guard Sparkle Williamson (17 points).

No. 18 St. Mary's 41, No. 6 Roland Park 29: Bri Gauthier scored 11 points, and the visiting Saints (10-6) staged a dominating second half to capture an IAAM A Conference win over the Reds (7-4, 3-4).

Chesapeake-BC 39, Sparrows Point 37: Junior center Angie Turner hit a 15-footer at the buzzer to propel the Bayhawks.

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