Woodlawn edges Milford Mill in OT, 59-56

Girls basketball

High Schools

February 05, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Jasmine Ragler hit a three-pointer with less than two seconds remaining in overtime yesterday to lift No. 10 Woodlawn over No. 9 Milford Mill, 59-56.

Milan Heard led the Warriors (14-3) with 16 points in the victory.

The host Millers (13-3) had an opportunity to win the game in regulation, but Shawna Scott, who had 16 points, missed a short jumper with time winding down.

No. 1 Arundel 85, Broadneck 45: Alexandra McGuire had 24 points, four rebounds and four assists for the host Wildcats (15-3).

No. 3 River Hill 69, Reservoir 35: Brittany Gordon led the visiting Hawks (17-0) with 24 points. The Gators fell to 3-13.

No. 5 St. Frances 77, St. John's at Prospect Hall 34: Forward MiKhida Hankins led the Panthers (15-6) to a rout of the Vikings (3-18) with 16 points.

No. 7 McDonogh 55, Mount de Sales 42: Brittany Mallory had 21 points, five rebounds, five assists and four steals as the host Eagles (19-2) topped the Sailors.

No. 11 Severna Park 72, Annapolis 48: The Falcons' backcourt of Breon Summers and Laura Moore combined for 47 points to power the Falcons (15-2) over the visiting Panthers.

No. 12 South River 73, Southern 64: Kim Milligan hit two three-pointers in the final three minutes to help the host Seahawks (14-4) pull away from the Bulldogs.

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