BOYS BASKETBALL

Catoctin 71, Manchester Valley 56

The Cougars are off to their best start since the 1980-81 season, Cougars’ head coach Brian Burdette said.

Catoctin (3-0) — which went on to win the Class C, Region II championship that year — was led on Thursday by David Parker, who had 24 points with 16 rebounds. Garrett Mayhew had 18. Ethan Pawlus had 10 points, six assists and four steals. Ethan Burdette had nine rebounds. Bryson Caballero had 12 rebounds.

Manchester Valley won the junior varsity game 53-37. Brian Burke had 13 points for Catoctin.

Walkersville 62, Boonsboro 50

Kenyen Chum had 13 points for Walkersville (1-2, 1-0 CMC Gambrill). Jeremiah Franklin had 12 points with 11 rebounds. Jacob Kutchey had eight rebounds and three steals. Michael Gray had five assists.

Walkersville won the junior varsity game 51-42. Josh Stevens had 19 points for the Lions. Brandon Bushman had 11.

TJ 81, North Hagerstown 66

Jeremiah Morris had 21 points for Thomas Johnson (2-2, 1-0 CMC Spires). Binwi Bihai had 18 points with eight rebounds. Nate Owusu had 15 points with eight rebounds. Sean Giles had six rebounds and six assists.

TJ won the junior varsity game 77-51.

MSD 66, WLPCS 65, OT

Maryland School for the Deaf (2-2) rallied from a 39-31 halftime deficit to force overtime, then squeezed past Washington Latin Public Charter School in the extra period for the win.

Jaden Joseph had 28 points, 11 rebounds, six assists and four steals for the Orioles. Enow Otto had 14 points, 12 rebounds, three assists and three blocks. Jory Valencia had three assists and three steals. Miguel Pavao had five rebounds. Ethan Sheppeck had three steals. Zion Ortiz had five rebounds.

South Hagerstown 66, Urbana 65

A fourth-quarter rally fell short for Urbana (0-3, 0-1 CMC Spires).

Cully Loun had 17 points for the Hawks. Justin Zimmerman had 16.

South Hagerstown won the junior varsity game 37-34.

Fairfax Homeschool 53, Force 48

Nathan Bowes had 24 points for the Frederick Force (3-6). AJ Switzer had 12.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

TJ 42, North Hagerstown 27

Elizabeth Nwachuwn had 13 points with 14 rebounds for Thomas Johnson (1-2, 1-0 CMC Spires). Shawn Jones had 11 rebounds and six steals. Jaedyn Bugg had five rebounds. Jazmine Hardy had nine rebounds.

MSD 54, Washington Latin Charter 0

Citrine Lummer led Maryland School for the Deaf (4-0) with 15 points and six steals in a rare hoops shutout. Crystal Salit had 16 points, seven rebounds, seven steals and four assists.

WRESTLING

MSD 48, Covenant Life 0

113—Thang pinned Polk, 1:55; 132—Herpin pinned McClure, 2:11; 145—Bissainthe won by forfeit; 152—Bazalewski pinned Otoo, 3:12; 160—Williams pinned O’Connell, 3:37; 170—J.Johnson pinned Fedeli, 1:33; 195—C.Johnson won by forfeit; 285—Asante Kwakye won by forfeit.

SWIMMING

Boys

Tuscarora 108, Linganore 58

Multi-event winners: Tuscarora—Ben Mercier, Jack Congleton, Kyle Sanger, Aiden Hirsch-Rankin. Diving winner—Brian Helton (Linganore).

Middletown 109, Walkersville 67

Multi-event winners: Middletown—Thomas Hartinger, Luke Yeatman, Jack Schrieber, Ethan Hubble, Jake Wornom. Walkersville—Connor Cavanaugh, Logan Rowland, Austin Rowland, Peyton Vance. Diving winner—Jackson Loving (Middletown).

Girls

Tuscarora 106, Linganore 73

Multi-event winners: Tuscarora—Lucy Xie, Grace Knor, Morgan Stowe. Linganore—Katie Roach, Emily Lotito, Maeve Smarick. Diving winner—Jessica Buntman (Linganore).

Middletown 106, Walkersville 73

Multi-event winners: Middletown—Eleanor Stafford, Kathryn Pressly, Sirena Shirsekar, Marin Bartman, Helen Bartman, Shea Gerst. Walkersville—Emily Terpening, Julia Pinetti, Kara Young, Savannah Schultz. Diving winner—Madison Bradley (Middletown).

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