Digital Harbor holds on


Edmondson rally falls short, 67-54

No. 6 City, No. 7 Mt. St. Joe prevail

No. 1 St. Frances girls roll

January 10, 2009|By From Sun staff reports

George Jackson scored 19 points and host Digital Harbor held off a late rally to beat No. 11 Edmondson, 67-54, last night.

The fifth-ranked Rams (6-2) led by as many as 25 points before the Red Storm went on a fourth-quarter run with six minutes left to cut the lead to 12, but Edmondson got no closer.

"They don't stop fighting," Digital Harbor coach Johnnie Grimes said of Edmondson. "The game was out of reach, but they kept fighting."

The Rams' Davon Usher had 13 points and 10 rebounds.

Edmondson's Stanton Kidd led all scorers with 21 points.

No. 6 City 76, Dunbar 67:: Nardie Bogues scored 22 to lead the Knights (6-3) past the visiting Poets (6-3).

Maurice Johnson added 20 points as City jumped out to an eight-point lead after the first half.

Dunbar's Derrell Edwards led all scorers with 29 points.

No. 7 Mount St. Joseph 60, Archbishop Spalding 44: : Eric Atkins scored a game-high 20 points to lead the Gaels (14-4) past the Cavaliers.

Mount St. Joseph led by as many as 20 points.

Ryle Beaumont added 17 points for the Gaels.

No. 13 Loyola 67, St. Maria Goretti 57: : Michael Fitzpatrick (14 points) hit a three-pointer with 3:51 left in the third quarter to give the visiting Dons (10-4) their first lead, and he went 6-for-6 from the free-throw line in the final minute of play.

The Gaels (3-14) were led by Nick Martin with 19 points.

Matt Rum had 18 points for Loyola.

Hereford 44, Catonsville 42:: Catonsville's Darien Foster missed a shot as time expired and the Bulls (8-4) held on to defeat the host Comets (1-10).

Catonsville had come back from a 16-point halftime deficit and briefly took the lead in the fourth quarter.


No. 1 St. Frances 79, Towson Catholic 57: : Briana Hutchen scored 18 points to lead the host Panthers (13-1) past the Owls.

No. 3 City 57, Dunbar 25: : Breaira Barksdale had a game-high 16 points to lead the visiting Knights (9-0) past the Poets.

No. 6 River Hill 80, Wilde Lake 23: : Ryann Dannelly and Shantrel Oliver combined to score 36 points to power the Hawks (9-0) past the Wildecats (0-8).

No. 7 Archbishop Spalding 53, McDonogh 39: : Janay Brinkley posted a season-high 20 points to lead the Cavaliers (14-3) past the Eagles.

No. 13 Old Mill 74, Glen Burnie 52: : Kourtney Salisbury had 16 points, eight assists and five steals to lead the Patriots (9-1) past the Gophers.

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