Spalding wins

St. Joe's falls

Alhambra tournament

High Schools

March 20, 2004|By Pat O' Malley | Pat O' Malley,SUN STAFF

FROSTBURG - Kevin Galinat had five of No. 2 Archbishop Spalding's record 17 three-pointers in last night's 91-46 romp over Bishop Walsh in the consolation semifinals of the 44th Alhambra Catholic Invitational Tournament at Frostburg State University.

Galinat's 15 points came on threes, and Rudy Gay, whose 17 points included a trio of threes, led four Cavaliers in double digits on a night when the team finished with no free throws.

Twelve Cavaliers scored in the victory to put Spalding (28-8) into tonight's consolation game for fifth place against DeMatha. Tipoff is scheduled for 5:30 p.m.

DeMatha (19-10) was a 72-61 winner over top-ranked Mount St. Joseph, which lost its second straight here. Will Thomas led the Gaels (28-6), who play Cumberland's Bishop Walsh (18-14) in a 3 p.m. consolation today.

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