GIRLS BASKETBALL

Frederick 82, South Hagerstown 10

Rose Bubakar scored her 1,000th career point for Frederick (13-3, 6-0 CMC Spires) in the rout of the Rebels on Thursday.

Bubakar had a game-high 19 points for the Cadets. Yanessa Boyd had 16. Rhianna Hall had 14.

Frederick won the junior varsity game, 44-19.

Oakdale 62, Brunswick 35

Olivia Van Scoyoc had 11 points with five rebounds for visiting Oakdale (14-2, 8-2 CMC Gambrill). Brooke Weadon had 11 rebounds. Sami Hardesty had seven rebounds and four blocks. Gabby Averill had five steals.

Ellen Stockman had eight points for Brunswick (3-11).

Oakdale won the junior varsity game, 48-12. Madison Lilly had 13 points for the Bears.

Middletown 63, Williamsport 26

Saylor Poffenbarger registered 17 points, 10 rebounds, five assists and three steals, Meghan Shipley added 14 points and three assists, and Jade Catlin scored 12 points for the host Knights (14-1).

Melanie Pick and Kate Pusey each grabbed five rebounds.

Middletown defeated Williamsport 41-17 in the JV game, getting 10 points from Rachel Lloyd.

Smithsburg 54, Walkersville 33

Ryley Bolyard had eight points with five rebounds for visiting Walkersville (3-13). Indatou Ali-Goukoye had seven rebounds. Erin Gant had five.

Walkersville won the junior varsity game, 34-13. Emma Bowers had 10 points for the Lions.

Linganore 65, North Hagerstown 25

Hannah Ratchford, Erin Patterson and Gabby Krystofiak each had 11 points for Linganore (10-6, 7-1 CMC Spires). Emma Kokoskie had four assists.

Linganore won the junior varsity game, 58-18. Faith Chapman had 13 points for the Lancers.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Oakdale 68, Walkersville 44

Ethan Reifer had 12 points and six rebounds, including five on offense, to help the Bears improve to 11-4.

Tommy Kelly had 10 points for Oakdale. Alex Hawkins had nine points and seven rebounds, and Jack McGaha had seven assists.

Chaz Egan had 15 points for the Lions.

WRESTLING

Linganore 48, South Hagerstown 30

106—Wheat (L) won by forfeit; 113—Mullineaux (L) won by forfeit; 120—G.Dickensen (L) pinned Raynor, 1:51; 126—Ashby (S) pinned Lawn, 1:12; 132—Salgado (S) dec. Golilday, 10-3; 138—Salgado (S) dec. Sheehy, 6-2; 145—Everhart (S) dec. F.Dickensen, 6-0; 152—Pittinger (L) won by forfeit; 160—Kelbaugh (S) pinned Rice, 1:12; 170—Parkhurst (L) pinned Smith, :55; 182—Bolton (S) pinned Wallace, 1:35; 195—Schultz (L) pinned Jones, :24; 220—Hopkins (L) pinned White, 1:12; 285—Hummel (L) pinned Thompson, 1:59.

Linganore 63, Walkersville 18

106—Houck (W) pinned Wheat, 3:27; 113—Mullineaux (L) pinned Jolles, :33; 120—G.Dickensen (L) dec. Pough, 9-2;126—Lawn (L) pinned Holmes, 1:34; 132—Golliday (L) won by forfeit; 138—Sheehy (L) pinned Ayayi, :30; 145—F.Dickensen (L) won by forfeit; 152—Ferguson (W) pinned Pittinger, 1:12; 160—Strobel (W) pinned Rice, :50; 170—Parkhurst (L) pinned Campbell, 2:37; 182—Wallace (L) pinned Rodriguez, 1:40; 195—Schultz (L) pinned Mbella, 1:14; 220—Hopkins (L) won by forfeit; 285—Hummel (L) won by forfeit.

Urbana 68, Catoctin 9

106—Bundy (U) pinned Castellow, 5:18; 113—Bell (C) pinned Pendleton, :52; 120—Gill (U) pinned Thompson, 3:04; 126—Rohn (U) pinned Kovaleik, :58; 132—Keilholtz (C) dec. Acton, 3-0; 138—Steinheimer (U) dec Veronie, 7-5; 145—Skates (U) tech.fall Mulligan, 15-0; 152—Corso (U) pinned Outland, 1:35; 160—Savoy (U) pinned Maze, 1:27; 170—Gentry (U) won by forfeit; 182—Reyes (U) won by forfeit; 195—Schifano (U) won by forfeit; 220—Thrasher (U) won by forfeit; 285—Karira (U) won by forfeit.

SWIMMING

BOYS

Middletown 128, Tuscarora 54

Multi-event winners: Middletown—Jack Schreiber, Ethan Rubble, Jake Wornom. Diving winner—Justin Loving, Middletown.

TJ 104, Catoctin 15

Multi-event winners: Thomas Johnson—Ben Marshall, Zane Dorsey, Atticus Leibman. Diving winner— A.J. Arellino (TJ).

GIRLS

Middletown 112, Tuscarora 68

Multi-event winners: Middletown—Eleanor Stafford, Kathryn Pressly, Kayla Hodor, Ava Wilson and Olivia Errera. Diving winner—Callie Miller, Tuscarora.

TJ 131, Catoctin 46

Multi-event winners: Thomas Johnson—Brenna Moltere, Grace Pilch, Lynn Regules, Avery Johnson. Diving winner—Stella Tessarollo.

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