Dunbar ends strong, drops Poly, 60-47

Summers-led McDonogh wins

Western rolls, 73-26


February 12, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

No. 3 Dunbar rallied past Poly, 60-47, on the strength of a 26-10 fourth quarter in boys basketball last night.

The host Poets (14-2) got a strong defensive effort from Craig Singletary, who had five steals, and scoring from Nathan Irby, who had a game-high 17 points and went 5-for-6 on free throws in the final period. Irby also had nine rebounds.

Michael Turner led the Engineers with 14 points.

No. 5 McDonogh 75, Loyola 56: Junior guard DaJuan Summers paced the host Eagles (21-5) with 29 points and 13 rebounds.

No. 6 Towson Catholic 65, St. John's at Prospect Hall 44: Kyle Cannon scored 19 points and Malcolm Delaney added 11 as the Owls (14-6) defeated the visiting Vikings.

No. 8 Douglass 81, City 74: Davon Gardner had 20 points and Troy Smith had 19 for the visiting Ducks (15-6).

No. 9 Aberdeen 69, Joppatowne 48: Leandre Richardson had 15 points and Robbie Jackson added 13 for the host Eagles (15-4), but the Mariners' Jeff Pettiway led all players with 21.

No. 11 Annapolis 57, South River 48: Led by Lateef Williams' 15 points, eight rebounds and three assists, the host Panthers (15-5) overcame a three-point halftime deficit.

Forward Kevin Coates added 12 points and 10 rebounds for the Panthers, and Pat Kelly led South River (8-12) with 14 points.

No. 12 Calvert Hall 74, Cardinal Gibbons 56: Ricky Harris and Russell Frederick scored 30 and 19 points, respectively, for the host Cardinals (21-9).

Harris helped the Cardinals pull away in the third quarter, scoring 11 points, including two three-pointers.

The Crusaders fell to 12-15.


No. 2 Western 73, Lake Clifton 26: LaVon Woods had 21 points for the host Doves, and Whitney Cunningham added 15 points for Western, which put five players in double figures.

No. 7 Southside 61, Mervo 43: The visiting Jaguars improved to 13-2 behind the shooting of Angela Speight (18 points), Patrice Griffin (17 points) and Sheree Ledbetter (15 points).

No. 9 McDonogh 59, Urbana 47: Brittany Mallory led the Eagles (21-4) over the host Hawks (12-6) by scoring 21 points.

Perry Hall 49, Dulaney 40: Amanda Huber went 7-for-8 from three-point range and finished with 27 points for the visiting Gators.

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