Calvert Hall tops Towson Catholic

Boys basketball

High Schools

February 05, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

The Calvert Hall boys basketball team won its 20th game for the first time in four years as the No. 13 Cardinals upset No. 4 Towson Catholic, 62-56, last night.

The visiting Cardinals (20-7) started off strong and held an 11-point lead in the first quarter before the Owls (19-5) closed to 34-32 at the half.

Calvert Hall's Rickey Harris (22 points) had three key baskets in the final two minutes to secure the victory.

No. 1 Mount St. Joseph 74, Loyola 52: The visiting Gaels (21-1, 10-0 MIAA A Conference) stayed unbeaten in the conference and in the Baltimore Catholic League behind Louis Birdsong's game-high 19 points.

Justin Raymond paced the host Dons (9-14, 3-9) with 12 points.

No. 2 Walbrook 104, Patterson 71: Edward Tyson had 35 points, 12 rebounds and nine assists and Velmar Coleman had 22 points, 10 assists, and five rebounds to lead the host Warriors (17-2) over the Clippers (8-4).

No. 7 Randallstown 89, Patapsco 41: Johnny Higgins scored 18 points to power the visiting Rams (16-1) past the Patriots (6-10).

No. 8 Douglass 82, Digital Harbor 55: Tyrone Flemming (18 points) and Devon Gardner (16 points) paced the Ducks' offense as they improved to 11-6.

No. 9 Aberdeen 67, Fallston 56: The visiting Eagles held the Cougars (12-5) scoreless in the first and third quarters as they improved to 12-3.

Kashif Brown led the Eagles with 19 points.

No. 10 Old Mill 94, Chesapeake-AA 70: Alex Buckholz had 24 points as the Patriots (16-2) defeated the host Cougars (10-7) last night. Andrew Engel added 22 for Old Mill.

Mike Haynes led all Chesapeake scorers with 27 and scored his 1,000th career point in the losing effort, becoming only the second player to achieve the milestone in school history.

Broadneck 69, No. 12 Arundel 56: The Bruins shot 13-for-14 from the free-throw line in the fourth quarter to hold off the visiting Wildcats (12-3).

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