Latonick's 3-pointers boost Spalding in Noel

No. 12 Cavaliers hold off Severna Park, 35-32

McDonogh rolls, 57-48

Girls basketball

High Schools

December 31, 2003|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Katie Latonick hit six three-pointers, including three in the fourth quarter, to lift No. 12 and host Archbishop Spalding to a 35-32 victory over Severna Park yesterday in the Noel Classic.

Spalding (7-2) trailed by eight late in the fourth quarter, but Latonick scored 11 unanswered points that sparked a 13-2 run that gave the Cavaliers the lead for good with less than a minute remaining.

Latonick led Spalding with 20 points. Severna Park's Lauren Wyble had 17 rebounds. Laura Moore scored 18 points for the Falcons.

No. 13 McDonogh 57, Old Mill 48: Brittany Mallory led the Eagles with 23 points on the final day of the Noel Classic.

Old Mill went without a field goal during a pivotal second quarter in which McDonogh (8-1) outscored the Patriots 10-2. Danielle Ziegler led Old Mill with 17 points.

Lady Warriors Tournament

No. 18 Severn 67, No. 6 South River 64, 2OT: Sarah Meisenberg led the Admirals with 23 points as Severn defeated South River in double overtime to take the title at Queen Anne's.

The Admirals (10-0) rallied from five down in the first overtime and two in the second before taking control. South River fell to 6-2.

Stauffer Capital City Classic

Glen Burnie 64, Northern (Calvert) 43: Likiva Brown had 16 points and four steals and Shautauqua Downs had 15 points and eight rebounds to lead the Gophers (5-1) to the tournament title at Annapolis High.

Franklin Invitational

Franklin 38, Pikesville 35: Mia Powell scored 10 points and Jenny Higgins hit two free throws with seven seconds left for a three-point lead as the host Indians (6-2) took the tournament championship.

Following Higgins' free throws, Pikesville went for a layup instead of attempting a potential game-tying three-pointer. The layup was off the mark.

Liberty Tournament

Mount de Sales 48, Liberty 44: After an 0-6 start to their season, the Sailors won twice in two days to win the Liberty tournament. Maggie Grace led the Sailors with 15 points. Michelle Owen added 13 points, including three three-pointers.

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