No. 1 McDonogh grabs wrestling win

Winter sports

December 30, 2006|By From staff reports

Nick Schenk (103), Curtis Holmes (140) and Shane Milam (145) finished first to lead No. 1 McDonogh to the overall team title, and Old Mill's Justin Faithful (275) also won his weight class of yesterday's 27-team, A.I. DuPont High Tiger Invitational in Wilmington, Del.

Schenk, a freshman, ran his record to 22-0 with a 4-2 victory over Germantown Academy's Patrick Owens, whom he defeated for the seventh time in as many career meetings.

Faithful moved to 14-0, pinning McDonogh's Lane Clelland in the third period.

Other top-four finishers included McDonogh's Doug Schenk (215, third), Josh Fitch (125, fourth), Ben Levin (130, third); Kramer Whitelaw (152, fourth) and Alex Pagnotta (171, fourth); and Old Mill's Greg Saumenig (125, third); and Harford Tech's Mark Taylor (119, fourth).

Lem Satterfield

Boys basketball

No. 5 Walbrook 66, No. 12 Calvert Hall 55 -- Kevin Thompson scored 17 points and grabbed 15 rebounds to lead the Warriors (6-0) to a first-round win at the Slam Fest Tournament in Harrisburg, Pa. Rupert Rhodes added 15 points and nine assists for Walbrook. Daniel Rowlette had 14 points and seven assists. Braxton Dupree scored 20 points for the Cardinals (8-5).

had 20 points and five steals to lead the Admirals (6-3) over the host Eagles in the championship game of the Northeast Tournament. Abner Mann added 17 points and five assists.

Girls basketball

No. 5 McDonogh 58, River Hill 45 -- Destiny Jacobs had a double double with 16 points and 10 rebounds to lead the host Eagles (9-1) past the Hawks (4-3) in the Holly N' Hoops Classic. Brittany Mallory had a game-high 22 points with four assists and four steals.

Bryn Mawr 49, Collegiate (Va.) 40 -- Allie Emala scored 14 points and grabbed 13 rebounds to lead the Mawrtians (7-3) to the championship of the Collegiate Tournament in Richmond, Va. Emala was named tournament Most Valuable Player.

Severn 61, Poly 56 -- The Admirals (6-2) overcame an early 14-1 deficit to defeat the Engineers (5-5) in the consolation game of the Queen Anne's Holiday Tournament.

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