Damascus 52, Urbana 50, OT
Host Damascus trailed Urbana (2-4) after three quarters, 41-29 Wednesday, but the Hornets outscored the Hawks 16-4 in the fourth quarter to force the extra period.
Damascus outscored Urbana 7-5 in overtime.
Anthony Neff had 18 points for Urbana. Ben Sicat had nine.
Urbana won the junior varsity game 46-38. Shishir Poreddy had 18 points for the Hawks. Brad Leonard had 10.
Arlington Baptist 73, Frederick Warriors 41
Alex DeVries had 18 points for the Frederick Warriors (1-7). Tyler Lindley had 10.
Tuscarora 66, St. James 9
106—Markoff (T) pinned Riser, 1:16; 113—Fuller (T) pinned Singletary,:55; 120—Lockett (T) pinned Pena, 2:40; 126—Almany (S) maj. dec. Qualls, 12-4; 132—double forfeit; 138—Clark (T) pinned Anani, 1:52; 145—Herron (T) pinned Yanou, :31; 152—Preston (T) pinned Pank, 1:32; 160—Brinkley (T) pinned Jeong, 5:32; 170—Chavarria (T) won by injury default; 182—Dipita (T) pinned Guillard, 4:24; 195—Hasson (T) won by forfeit; 220—Hopkins (T) won by forfeit; 285—Couling (S) pinned Samet, 1:32.
Oakdale 57, Catoctin 21
106—Bavender (O) pinned May, 3:13; 113—E.Popkin (O) won by forfeit; 120—Adams (C) won by forfeit; 126—Rotter (O) pinned Weedon, 3:23; 132—L. Popkin (O) won by forfeit; 138—McKoy (O) pinned Veronie, 2:52; 145—Freeman (O) won by forfeit; 152—Leskoski (O) dec. Payne, 10-7; 160—Fields (C) dec. Gula, 12-8; 170—Harris (O) won by forfeit; 182—Clarke (O) pinned Bowen, 3:44; 195—Baker (C) won by forfeit; 220—Linker (C) won by forfeit; 285—Thomas (O) won by forfeit.
INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD
Freddie Hendricks Relays
Tuscarora’s Joelle Kimbembe, Darlie Lefevre, Alec Atwell and Jeff Young won the co-ed 1,600 relay (4 minutes, 19.51 seconds). The Titans finished seventh.
Mount St. Mary’s will retire the number of former player and coach Vanessa Blair (1992) on Saturday, Jan. 26.
Blair’s No. 24 will be retired at halftime of the Mount St. Mary’s men’s game against St. Francis Brooklyn.
She will be the second member of the Mount St. Mary’s women’s basketball program to have her number retired.
Blair was a member of the Mount’s first Division I class, helping lead the Mountaineers to an 80-30 record and a pair of NEC championship game appearances. Blair ended her career as the program’s all-time leader in blocks (242) and double-doubles (39). She also ranks third in career rebounds (849), fourth in free throws (370), seventh in steals (241), eighth in points (1,488) and field-goal percentage (.496), and ninth in games started (95) and field goals (559). In addition, Blair holds the program record for most blocks in a season (77) and a game (eight).
Blair served as an assistant coach at Mount St. Mary’s from 1996-98 before taking over as head coach in 1998. She was named NEC Coach of the Year in her inaugural season at the helm, and she remains the only person in league history to be named both NEC Player and Coach of the Year.
Blair is in her 11th season as the head coach at Bethune-Cookman, where she’s compiled 158 wins and led the team to three straight MEAC regular-season championships.