Arundel girls top Annapolis

Winter sports

High Schools

February 11, 2006|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Senior forward Jazman Ramsey and freshman center Simone Egwu combined for 33 points and 23 rebounds to lead No. 6 Arundel (16-4, 14-0 Anne Arundel County) past host Annapolis last night, 68-55, in girls basketball.

The Panthers (14-5, 9-5) got a season-high 31 points from senior Omara Parker.

The Wildcats scored the last 13 points of the second quarter to take a 30-16 halftime lead.

Girls basketball

St. Mary's 56, Mount de Sales 41 -- Mary Ruttum scored 24 points to lead the Saints (4-21) past the Sailors in the IAAM play-in. Sally Grace had a game-high 27 points for Mount de Sales (2-23). St. Mary's will play at IND on Monday at 5:30 p.m.

Boys basketball

No. 2 Walbrook 62, Patterson 30 -- Kevin Thompson had 13 points, 16 rebounds and 10 blocks to power the visiting Warriors (15-4) past the Clippers (3-10).

No. 3 Southwestern 78, Southside 61 -- Jamal Barney led the Sabers (17-2) with 21 points.

No. 4 Towson Catholic 48, St. Maria Goretti 36 -- Ronald Nicholson (16 points, eight rebounds), led the visiting Owls (24-7) past the Gaels (9-20).

No. 5 Randallstown 91, Chesapeake-B 67 -- Johnny Higgins had 35 points for the host Rams (20-0).

Wrestling

MIAA tournament -- Top-ranked McDonogh advanced Josh Fitch (112), Albert Woody (119), Ben Levin (125), Curtis Holmes (130), Shane Milam (135), Joe Breen (140), Kramer Whitelaw (145), Bryn Holmes (152), Alex Pagnotta (171) and Kyle O'Brien (215) to today's semifinals of the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association wrestling tournament at Mount St. Joseph. Advancing for the No. 2-ranked Gaels, seeking their third straight MIAA crown, are Austin Clouse (103), Phil Winters (112), Danny Whitenak (119), Jon Kohler (135), Chris King (145), Mack Lewnes (160), Alex Ward (171), Jake Bohn (189) and Andrew DePalma (275). No. 3 Archbishop Curley has Bubba Corbett (103), Tyler Scarinzi (112), Mitch Fenton (125), Guy Danna (140), Mike Kulik (152), Andrew Sellers (160), Josh Boler (189) and Joe Green (215) in today's semifinals.

Sun reporters Glenn Graham and Lem Satterfield contributed to this article.

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