BOYS BASKETBALL

Catoctin 59, Clear Spring 47

David Parker had 26 points with 22 rebounds and three blocks for Catoctin (8-5). Ethan Pawlus had 13 points.

Catoctin won the junior varsity game 51-47. Dylan Nicholson had 14 points for the Cougars.

Williamsport 66, Walkersville 59

Chaz Egan had 19 points for Walkersville (6-6, 4-2 CMC Gambrill). Jacob Montgomery had 12 points with five assists. Andrew Brooks had eight rebounds.

MSD 75, SVCA 64

Enow Otto had 18 points with five assists for Maryland School for the Deaf. (13-3). Miguel Pavao had 15 points with four steals. Ethan Sheppeck had 14 points. Jaden Joseph had 13 points with 12 rebounds, eight assists, three steals and two blocks. Jory Valencia had eight rebounds. Zion Ortiz had seven rebounds with three assists.

Berkeley Springs 82, Brunswick 61

Brayden Jones had 26 points for Brunswick (2-11). J.T. Harich had 14. Spencer Kornblum had 11.

Brunswick won the junior varsity game, 57-29. Caleb Shullenbarger had 19 points for the Railroaders. Cam Cornett and Aaron Hall each had 10.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Brunswick 57, Berkeley Springs 22

Madison Shaffer led the Railroaders (3-8) with a game-high 15 points.

Cassidy Rhodes had 13 points for Brunswick, and Emily Stockman scored 11.

SVCA 39, MSD 37

Shenandoah Valley Christian Academy rallied in the fourth quarter for the win at Stephens City, Virginia.

Citrine Lummer had 14 points with three steals for Maryland School for the Deaf (12-5). Crystal Salit had 12 points with four assists. Hannah Weiss had nine rebounds with three assists.

WRESTLING

Oakdale 46, Walkersville 33

106—Walker (O) maj. dec. Houck, 17-7; 113—Hathaway (O) pinned Jolles, 1:20; 120—Pough (W) pinned Willhite, 5:28; 126—Holmes (W) dec. Malone, 7-1; 132—Rotter (O) won by forfeit; 139—Thomas (O) won by forfeit; 145—White (O) won by forfeit; 152—Peachey (O) pinned Miler, :55; 160—Miller (O) pinned Strobel, 1:02; 170—Harris (O) won by forfeit; 182—Campbell (W) pinned Thomas, 4:52; 195—Mbella (W) pinned Rodd, 3:59; 220—Double-forefeit; 285—Burns (W) won by forfeit.

SWIMMING

Boys

Walkersville 109, Linganore 60

Multi-event winners: Walkersville—Logan Rowland, Connor Cavanaugh, Corey Cutshall, Peyton Vance, Austin Rowland, Evan Pinetti. Joseph McMahon. Linganore—Brendan Hanlon.

Girls

Linganore 106, Walkersville 73

Multi-event winners: Linganore—Maveve Smarick, Rachel McCoy, Meghan Brobst, Emily Lotitoo, Katie Roach. Walkersville—Julia Pinetti, Abigail Atallah, Brooke Hanson, Kara Young, Alexis Johnson, Dani Manchester, Savannah Schultz. Diving winner—Jessica Buntman (Linganore).

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