Mixed results lead to 3-way county tie

No. 6 Hereford wrestling tops Owings Mills, falls to Milford Mill

Arundel WINTER SPORTS

January 26, 2007|By From staff reports

Louis Stiffler (285 pounds) scored a 9-7 overtime victory against Baltimore County champion Nile Alexander of No. 15 Milford Mill, and pinned his rival from No. 8 Owings Mills, in a tri-meet loss and victory, respectively, by host and sixth-ranked Hereford (11-2, 9-1) that forced a three-way tie for the county dual-meet title.

Hereford's two-time 2A-1A state champ Josh Apser (171), Zach First (125), Jeremy Keil (135) and David Fouts (140) also won twice for the Bulls (11-2, 9-1), who won, 45-29, over Owings Mills (11-1, 9-1), but lost, 35-28, to Milford Mill (15-4, 9-1).

Asper improved to 22-0 this season and 97-7 in his career for the Bulls, who are defending county dual-meet champions.

"We lost a few matches we were supposed to win," said Keil, a county runner-up and region champion who had two pins and improved to 21-3. "We'll put it behind us and move on."

A 35-28 loser to Owings Mills, Milford Mill got two wins each from Darian Allen (103), Adelake Ibironkie (119), Charles Blue (189) and Patrick Sweet (215). Winning twice for Owings Mills were Tony Mack (145) and Gary Saval (152), who are 24-0 and 22-2, respectively, as well as Kevin Dufour (112) and Cody Rosen-Stone (130).

"It came down to matchups," said Ibironkie, who trailed by three points and was nearly pinned before decking Hereford's Sean Gunn.

Lem Satterfield

Girls basketball

No. 4 Arundel 65, South River 45 -- Ashley Davis scored 17 points to lead the host Wildcats (12-3) past the Hawks (9-7). Arundel led 22-7 after the first quarter and never trailed.

Severna Park 53, No. 12 Southern 46 -- The host Falcons overcame a 26-15 halftime deficit to upset the Bulldogs (12-5). Kim Acton and Brittney Lilly each scored 12 points for Severna Park and Heather Schneck had a game-high 15 points for Southern.

No. 15 Aberdeen 73, North Harford 66 -- Shannel Shivers had 25 points, 19 rebounds and four blocks as the visiting Eagles (8-5) beat the Hawks (7-8) in overtime. Corey Donohoe had a game-high 31 points in a losing effort for North Harford.

Boys basketball

No. 2Mount St. Joseph 72, Calvert Hall 50 -- Henry Sims led the host Gaels (17-4) with 21 points, 13 rebounds and four blocks. Dino Gregory added 10 points and 10 rebounds and Jamell Walker had eight points and six assists for Mount St. Joseph. Kyle Jarcynski and Braxton Dupree each scored 17 points for the Cardinals.

No. 11 Glen Burnie 94, Northeast 62 -- Tyler Rudd scored 16 points to lead the host Gophers (12-4) past the Eagles (2-14). Kareem Downs had a double double (11 points, 13 assists) to help Glen Burnie. The Gophers led 50-26 at the half and never looked back.

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