Gilman's win a first since '68

Basketball

High Schools

December 13, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Led by center Reggie Fugett's 10 points and 13 rebounds, Gilman defeated Cardinal Gibbons in basketball last night, 55-52, for the first time since 1968.

The host Greyhounds (4-3), members of the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference, earned their second victory over an A Conference team.

Jamar Briscoe led all scorers with 18 points for the Crusaders (3-1).

No. 8 Randallstown 77, Poly 46 -- Johnny Higgins had 20 points for the host Rams (3-0).

Owings Mills 72, Digital Harbor 58 -- Josh Wenderoth and Kevin Timmons combined for 58 points for the host Eagles (1-1).

Meade 75, Hammond 59 -- Johann Jones paced the host Mustangs (1-1) with 34 points.

Girls

No. 9 River Hill 69, Centennial 37 -- Keisha Eaddy had 26 points, six steals and six assists for the visiting Hawks (2-0).

No. 11 Milford Mill 52, Randallstown 47 -- Ariel Blackwell's 19 points led the host Millers (1-1).

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