Tuscarora 58, Walkersville 56, OT
Visiting Tuscarora (2-0) squeezed past Walkersville, outscoring the Lions (0-2) in the extra period, 4-2.
Walkersville had come from behind to tie the score at 54 in regulation, thanks to a last-second shot from Chaz Egan.
Elias Hilliard had 14 points for the Titans. Aziah Thomas had 14 points. Xavier Chase had 12 rebounds and two blocks. James Quinn had seven assists. Josh Draughon had five assists. Savion Maultsby had 11 rebounds with six steals.
Egan had 18 points for Walkersville (0-2). Jacob Montgomery had 13. Kenyen Chum had six rebounds for the Lions, and Egan had five. Jeremiah Franklin had six blocks. Montgomery had four assists.
Oakdale 69, Linganore 60
Tommy Kelly had 19 points with four assists and three steals for Oakdale (2-0). Ethan Reifer had 15. Jack McGaha had 12. Bryant Palmer had 10.
Kelly had four assists with three steals.
Sean Lang had 23 points for Linganore (0-1).
Linganore won the junior varsity game 54-32. Cole Stansbury had 18 points for Linganore.
TJ 63, Clarksburg 55
Sean Giles scored a team-high 21 points, and Binwi Bihai followed with 14 for the host Patriots.
Nate Owusu added 12 points, and Jeremiah Morris had 10 for TJ (1-2).
Clarksburg won the JV game.
Brunswick 61, Clear Spring 46
Brayden Jones had 21 points with nine rebounds and five assists for Brunswick (2-0). Bryton Schnur had 11 points. Nathan Hull had four assists. Scott Leazer had 10 points with three steals.
Brunswick won the junior varsity game 47-36. Caleb Shullenbarger had 17 points for the Railroaders.
Catoctin 74, FSK 54
David Parker had 26 points for Catoctin (2-0). Thomas Fitzpatrick had 16. Ethan Pawlus had eight rebounds and eight assists.
Francis Scott Key won the junior varsity game, 54-26. Brendan Ott had 10 points for the Cougars.
Churchill 69, Urbana 60
Cully Loun and Drew Fellows each had 13 points for Urbana (0-2).
Churchill won the junior varsity game 57-42.
Carroll Christian 71, Warriors 47
David Sweitzer had 14 points for the Frederick Warriors (2-3). Caleb Passarelli had 12 points with four steals and three assists. Noah Ulrich had 10 rebounds.
Oakdale 50, Linganore 41
Sam Foster had 14 points and 10 rebounds for Oakdale (2-0).
Gabby Averill had seven rebounds, and Grace Carey had three assists.
Gabby Krystofiak had 13 points for Linganore (0-1). Linzee Morris had 10 points with seven rebounds.
Oakdale won the JV game 36-29. Fina Mochi was the Bears’ top scorer.
Tuscarora 49, Walkersville 36
Camille Martin had 17 points with five rebounds for Tuscarora (2-0). Milca Barou had 13 points with eight rebounds. Taniya Kufuna had 11 points and three steals.
Maggie Molnar had 13 points with eight steals and five rebounds for Walkersville (0-2). Ry Brunner had 10 points. Ryley Bolyard had five rebounds.
Catoctin 51, FSK 28
Emily Williams had 11 points and four steals to help the Cougars improve to 2-0.
Emma Wivell had 10 points for Catoctin. Courtney Eyler had seven rebounds, and Maddie Tobery had four steals.
Catoctin won the JV game 29-27. Ali Brawner led the Cougars with nine points.
Brunswick 54, Clear Spring 17
Madison Shaffer had 14 points and four steals as the Railroaders rolled to their first win of the season.
Cassidy Rhodes had 13 points for Brunswick (1-1). Zhanna Snyder had 10 points, Ellen Stockman had 10 rebounds and Ryley Backer had four steals.
Clarksburg 65, TJ 23
Elizabeth Nwachuwn had eight points with seven rebounds for Thomas Johnson (0-2).
Clarksburg won the junior varsity game, 37-32.
Churchill 59, Urbana 26
Carmen Kweti had 17 points and eight rebounds for Urbana (0-2). Paige Clausen and Emma McCaskell each had six rebounds.
Carroll Christian 30, Warriors 28
Ella Bennett had eight points for the Frederick Warriors (2-2). Prudence Cox had nine rebounds with three steals. Julianna Passarelli had eight rebounds and four assists.
SJCP 60, Glenelg Country Day School 24
St. John’s Catholic Prep winners: Keller Neuman (106) Robin Tao (113) Andrew Elspas (120), Josh Daniel (132), Brady Clifford (138),Zach Lorenzo (152), Josh Hayes (182) Roberto Cortes (195), Alex Grutzkuhn (285)
An article’s jump that appeared on page C2 on Saturday misspelled the name of a Frederick boys basketball junior varsity player. The player’s name is Joseph Poleate, not Joseph Polette.