St. Frances hot from line in 4th, tops Fallston, 53-46

Panthers sink 13 of 15

IND runs record to 5-1

Basketball

High Schools

December 14, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Fourth-ranked St. Frances came up big from the free-throw line in the fourth quarter to earn a 53-46 victory over host Fall- ston in boys basketball yesterday.

The Panthers overcame an 18-14 halftime deficit to improve to 3-1 for the season.

They made 13 of 15 foul shots in the fourth period, giving them breathing room against the Cougars (3-1).

"To their credit, we put them on the line at the end and they hit their shots," said Cougars coach Matt Jergensen.

Fallston managed to limit Panthers power forward Rashawn Alexander to seven points. Reggie Holmes led St. Frances with 12 points.

Center Phil Vornadore had a big game in the paint for the Cougars with 30 points and 11 rebounds.

Centennial 56, Howard 42: Chris Moore had 18 points and 14 rebounds for the host Eagles (4-0). The Lions fell to 1-3.

C. Milton Wright 63, Perry Hall 52: Terrence Allen scored 20 points, 14 in the second half, to lead the visiting Mustangs (3-0) in their comeback from a 35-23 halftime deficit.

Edmondson 94, DuBois 89: Steven Spencer (26 points) hit the game-winner for the Red Storm (2-2) with 40 seconds left in overtime.

Long Reach 67, Hammond 44: Darryl Webb of the Raiders (3-1) had 20 points and 16 rebounds against the Bears (1-2).

Girls

No. 2 IND 62, Mervo 51: Chandrea Jones recorded her sixth consecutive double double with 24 points and 11 rebounds in helping the Indians improve to 5-1.

No. 4 McDonogh 71, NDP 65: The Eagles came back from a 10-point halftime deficit against the Blazers (3-0), scoring 35 points in the final quarter as they brought their record to 5-0.

After losing their point guard, Becky Cox, early in the second half to a broken nose, the Eagles relied on Sam Frost, who finished with 18 points and 11 rebounds.

No. 7 Woodlawn 59, Dulaney 24: Milan Heard had 20 points to lead all scorers for the Warriors (2-0).

No. 9 Glenelg 74, Reservoir 28: Allison Gittings hit the Gladiators' first three shots to spark a first quarter in which Glenelg (4-0) outscored Reservoir 26-11.

Bryn Mawr 47, Mercy 31: Forward Darryll Peterson had 23 points and 15 rebounds for the host Mawrtians (1-4) against the Magic (1-4).

Fallston 70, Urbana 69: Point guard Amanda Andrews had 24 points to lead the visiting Cougars (2-1) to the one-point win.

Park 40, Garrison Forest 25: Sarah Gold had 17 points, four rebounds and five assists for the Bruins (2-1).

Patapsco 29, Sparrows Point 27: Heather Krolicki hit the game-winning shot for the visiting Patriots (1-1) with 16 seconds left in overtime.

Loch Raven 47, Kenwood 34: Atiya Brown led the visiting Raiders (2-1) with 16 points.

Spalding 58, St. John's-PH 55: RaShauna Hobbs, a junior guard, had 16 points, three assists and nine rebounds to lead the Cavaliers (3-2) to the win over the visiting Vikings.

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