Vaughn lifts Foresters boys over Rams

Broadneck girls defeat No. 14 Arundel, 58-39

December 18, 2010|By From Sun Staff Reports

In a hard-fought contest, host Forest Park came up with the biggest play of the game.

Greg Vaughn hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer as the No. 12 Foresters upset No. 5 Digital Harbor, 77-74, on Friday.

With 56 seconds left, Daquan Cook tied the score at 74 for the Rams (3-2). Quintin Judd (20 points) forced a turnover with 3.6 seconds left. He caught the inbounds pass, and the defense collapsed on him as he passed to Vaughn, who hit the game-winner.

"It was a tough game," Forest Park coach Greate White said. "It's the first time in 20 years that Forest Park has started a season off 4-1. It's a big win."

Forest Park had a 10-point lead in the second half before the Rams tied the score with two minutes to go.

Nyme Manns led Digital Harbor with 17 points, and Cook had 15.

No. 3 Mount St. Joseph 57, Loyola 32: David Windsor had a game-high 21 points to power the Gaels (7-2) past the host Dons (4-4).

Mount St. Joseph played tough man-to-man defense to limit scoring to less than 7 points per player, and Loyola was plagued by missed layups and turnovers throughout the game. Mitch Cross and Dave Marsh each finished with six points for the Dons. The Gaels led, 10-3, after the first quarter and opened up a 22-9 lead at the half.

Loyola has lost three in a row.

No. 4 Patterson 75, W.E.B. Du Bois 44: Sophomore Myrek Fowlkes scored a career-high 20 points and the visiting Clippers (5-0) pressed in the first quarter to take a 26-6 lead. The Panthers fell to 1-3. Patterson's Aquille Carr finished with 15 points.

Arundel 36, No. 13 Broadneck 33: Bobby Bates had a game-high 14 points in a losing effort for the host Bruins (3-1)

The Wildcats limited Broadneck to eight points in the first half.

No. 14 Glenelg Country School 85, Boys' Latin 50: Isaiah Miles led all scorers with 23 points, and the visiting Dragons (5-1) scored most of their points in transition and pressed in the first half.

Glenelg Country School led, 36-25, at the half.

No. 15 Douglass 50, Southside 48: Trent Williams made a layup and Raheem Johnson went 1-for-2 from the line in the last minute of play to lift the Ducks (4-0) over the Jaguars.

Williams finished with a game-high 20 points.

Girls

No. 3 Joppatowne 64, Bel Air 34: Kourtney Lewis Orr and Zameria Jones each scored 16 points and Shakara Head had 15 to power the visiting Mariners (4-0) past the Bobcats.

Joppatowne led, 40-14, at the half.

Broadneck 58, No. 14 Arundel 39: The host Bruins took advantage of the low-shooting percentage by the Wildcats (2-2) and outscored them 18-3 in the third quarter to spark the upset.

Kameron Ward led all scorers with 28 points for Broadneck. Tiffany Brant and Sandra Davis each had 14 points for Arundel.

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