No. 1 Gaels cruise past John Carroll

Mount St. Joseph advances to MIAA 'A' final with 70-30 victory

February 20, 2010|By From Sun staff reports

Ryley Beaumont had a game-high 21 points as top-ranked Mount St. Joseph routed visiting John Carroll, 70-30, in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference tournament semifinal Friday.

The Gaels (28-2) advance to Sunday's championship game at UMBC at 5:30 p.m. where they will face No. 2 St. Frances, a 63-51 winner over No. 3 Calvert Hall. Mount St. Joseph has won two of three meetings with the Panthers this season, the last one a 69-68 Mount St. Joseph victory Jan. 31.

Against the Patriots, Mount St. Joseph led 27-11 at the half before going on a 19-6 run in the third quarter.

No. 7 Annapolis 77, Severna Park 41: Four players scored in double figures for the host Panthers, with Domico James leading the way with 15 points. Delmore Howard and Troy Reid scored 14 points apiece, and Delonte Joyce added 12.

No. 11 Old Mill 70, North County 63: Chris Day had 17 points, six assists and six rebounds to lead the host Patriots (17-3) past the Knights. Mike Holley added 15 points for Old Mill.

No. 13 Patterson 63, Forest Park 22: Aquille Carr had a game-high 22 points to lead the visiting Clippers (14-6) past the Foresters. Patterson led 20-4 after the first quarter.

Chapelgate 66, Park 53: Aaron McCall had 28 points to power the host Yellow Jackets (22-5) past the Bruins (11-10) in an MIAA C Conference tournament semifinal.

Chapelgate advances to the championship game for the first time since 2004. The Yellow Jackets will face Beth Tfiloh, a 50-40 winner over Key School, at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Gilman.

Girls basketball

No. 5 Arundel 65, South River 47: Sheronne Vails had 18 points and Talen Watson had 15 as the Wildcats (17-2) clinched the Anne Arundel County Championship with the win.

No. 7 Meade 63, Chesapeake-AA 26: Alissa Chambliss had a game-high 18 points as the host Mustangs (19-1) routed the Cougars (1-18). Meade held Chesapeake to 12 points in the first half.

Girls ice hockey

Bryn Mawr 4, Holton Arms (D.C.) 2: Jasmine Bazinet had two goals and Sam McGee had a goal and an assist as the Mawrtians (8-0-1) knocked off the Panthers in the Capitals Cup at Laurel Ice Gardens.

Holton Arms (6-5-1) had previously won the championship five years in a row, while Bryn Mawr was the runner-up the past four years.

"I think the leadership of the seniors and Jasmine [a junior] really made a big difference," Bryn Mawr coach Delbert Adams said. "The depth of team has been a lot greater than it ever has been."

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