Fischer scores 16

No. 1 Seton Keough beats Towson Cath.

Basketball

December 18, 2007|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Katelyn Fischer scored 16 points and Asya Bussie and Ayana Lee combined for 17 points and 15 rebounds as No. 1 Seton Keough defeated Towson Catholic, 49-38, last night in an Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference girls basketball game.

The game stayed close early thanks to a strong inside game from Towson Catholic's 6-foot Gabrielle Styles, who finished with 14 points and played well against the 6-foot-3 Bussie (six points, seven rebounds).

The host Gators (7-0, 5-0 conference) gained a little ground in the second quarter for a 26-19 halftime edge over the Owls (5-2, 3-2).

B.J. Williams had seven assists for the Gators while Bussie dished out six. No. 2 St. Frances 61, No. 6 McDonogh 39 -- The Panthers (6-0, 2-0) began pulling away in the final minutes of the first half when Shatyra Hawkes hit back-to-back three pointers, then went on a 12-0 run after the break. Hawkes finished with 25 points. Mariah Young led the host Eagles (4-3, 4-1) with 12 points.

No. 13 Southern 93, Calvert 23 -- Kim Schneck scored her 1,000th career point last night as the Bulldogs (3-1) romped in a nonleague contest. The senior scored 17 points, her twin sister Heather had 30 and Jasmine Wills added 18.

No. 15 River Hill 67, Wilde Lake 66 -- Trailing by one with 12 seconds left, Katheryn Rodgers (13 points) stole an inbounds pass and passed to Alicia Seelaus (21 points), who was fouled and made both free throws to lift the host Hawks (5-1) over the Wildecats (1-4). River Hill led 32-30 at the half and by as much as seven. Shantrel Oliver led Wilde Lake with 21 points.

Boys

St. Mary's 56, No. 8 Broadneck 50 -- Nick Groce scored 18 and the Saints upset the host Bruins (4-1). J.J. Hicks had a game-high 24 points for Broadneck. Kevin Hunt (11 points, 12 rebounds) set a school record for career rebounds with 675.

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