Mt. Hebron girls rout Atholton, stay unbeaten

Winter sports

High Schools

December 15, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

No. 15 Mount Hebron improved to 4-0 with a fast start and balanced effort to beat visiting No. 10 Atholton, 55-32, yesterday in girls basketball.

Junior guard Jill Rekart scored a team-high 14 points and added five assists; junior forward Jasmine Jarrett added 11 points and eight rebounds; and sophomore guard Deanna Dydynski was the third Viking in double figures with 10 points.

Junior guard Jackie Doherty scored a basket off the opening tap and Rekart quickly added a three-pointer as the Vikings opened the game on a 9-0 run and built a 32-11 halftime lead.

"[Atholton] is very fast so we wanted to keep them out of their transition game," Mount Hebron coach Scott Robinson said. "For a while late in the second quarter, we had five guards on the court.

"The girls are just playing with an incredible amount of heart and they're working hard. I'm very pleased with our start."

GLENN GRAHAM

No. 5 Seton Keough 45, No. 3 Towson Catholic 42 -- Point guard B.J. Williams had 10 points and five assists to help the host Gators (3-1) defeat the Owls (1-2). Haliena Snowden also had 10 points in the victory.

Boys basketball

No. 1 Mount St. Joseph 62, Old Mill 43 -- Louis Birdsong and Dino Gregory combined for 36 points as the Gaels (7-0) stayed unbeaten. Rodney Stokes had 10 points and 11 rebounds in a losing effort for the host Patriots (2-1).

No. 2 Towson Catholic 79, Loyola 50 -- Dante Green led the host Owls (6-2) with 27 points, 20 rebounds and seven blocks.

No. 5 McDonogh 59, Pallotti 57 -- DaJuan Summers led the Eagles (5-2) with 24 points, going 9-for-11 from the foul line. Marcus Hamlett hit five three-pointers for the host Panthers.

No. 8 Randallstown 73, Woodlawn 67 -- Johnny Higgins scored 24 points to power the Rams (3-0) past the host Warriors (1-2).

No. 11 Spalding 64, C. Milton Wright 39 -- Derek Young and Brad Bald had 13 points each as the visiting Cavaliers (5-3) cruised past the Mustangs (3-2).

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