Girls Basketball

TJ 44, Linganore 41

Brianna Forbes had 16 points with six assists and two steals for Thomas Johnson (7-0, 2-0 CMC Spires). Shawn Jones had 10 points with 11 rebounds. Daysha Reid had 10 points with 12 rebounds.

Fiona Rowan had 14 points for Linganore (1-4). Gabby Krystofiak had 11 points.

Linganore won the junior varsity game 36-26.

Middletown 62, Walkersville 48

Saylor Poffenbarger had 31 points with 15 rebounds, four assists and three blocks for Middletown (5-1, 4-0 CMC Gambrill). Meghan Shipley had 18 points with five assists and three steals. Melanie Pick had six rebounds.

Julie Wallace had 18 points for Walkersville (4-2, 2-2).

Walkersville won the junior varsity game 43-36.

Oakdale 55, Catoctin 35

Tiana Jackson had 15 points with five rebounds and three assists for Oakdale (5-0, 4-0 CMC Gambrill). Brianna Walker had 11 points with six rebounds and three steals. Sami Hardesty had five rebounds.

Melanie Topper had 10 points for Catoctin (1-5).

Oakdale won the junior varsity game 32-30. Olivia Vanscoy had 11 points for the Bears.

Frederick 86, South Hagerstown 2

Jaylen Montgomery had 18 points for Frederick (5-0, 4-0 CMC Spires). Makayla Daniels had 15 points, Asha Lacet scored 12, and Brookelyn Hoy scored 10.

Urbana 41, Damascus 38

Kendal Haggerty had 11 points and five rebounds for the Hawks.

Emma McCaskill had 10 points and 11 rebounds for Urbana. Paige Clausen had nine rebounds, and Spencer Rupinta had five rebounds.

Boonsboro 40, Brunswick 32

Ellen Stockman led the Railroaders with nine points.

Boonsboro won the JV game.

Boys Basketball

Brunswick 54, Boonsboro 37

Layne Harich had 16 points with nine assists for Brunswick (3-2, 2-2 CMC Gambrill). Brayden Jones had 14 points with 12 rebounds and four assists. Spencer Kornblum had seven rebounds.

Brunswick also won the junior varsity game 42-34.

Frederick 71, South Hagerstown 65

Jahmik Hill had 30 points for Frederick (2-4). Nathan Osei had 13.

South Hagerstown won the junior varsity game 47-39.

MSD 75, Washington Latin Charter 44

Rory Lewis had 23 points with six rebounds for Maryland School for the Deaf (6-1). Enow Otto had 17 points with 10 rebounds. Eric Long had five rebounds, five assists and five steals. Jaden Joseph had seven rebounds, seven assists and five steals. Jason Werner had five rebounds and three assists.

Scotland Prep 59, Force 48

Clay Sumpter had 14 points with 13 rebounds for the Frederick Force (6-4). Isaac Blickenstaff had 11 points. A. J. Switzer had seven rebounds.

Wrestling

MSD 30, Washington Latin Charter 18

106—Thang (M) pinned Davies, :45; 113—Double-forfeit; 120—Tyson (W) won by forfeit; 126—Double-forfeit; 132—Herpin (M) won by forfeit; 138—Williams (M) won by pin, 1:22; 145—Double-forfeit; 152—Bell (W) pinned Bissainthe; 160—Double-forfeit; 170—Johnson (M) pinned Mason, :21; 182—Walters (W) won by forfeit; 195—Double-forfeit; 220—Pineda (M) pinned Novelo, :49; 285—Double-forfeit.

Swimming

Boys

Multi-event winners: Walkersville—Pruthav Patel, Taylor Monk, Nathaniel Tilley, Ben Armogida, Wilson Kong, Patrick Miler, Kush Patel. Notes: Catoctin does not have a boys team.

Girls

Walkersville 94, Catoctin 78

Multi-event winners: Walkersville—Brooke Hanson, Kara Young, Sophie Engle, Madisen Eyler. Diving winner—Mickinzi Ferguson (Walkersville).

Women’s Basketball

UMES 86, MSM 73

Maryland Eastern Shore went on an 11-0 run late in the fourth quarter to pull away for the win.

Mount St. Mary’s held a two-point advantage with 5:31 left in the contest before a decisive run by the Hawks put them in front for good. A Ciani Byrom layup tied the score at 65.

Bairesha Gill-Miles put Eastern Shore ahead by two with a shot in the paint. After Keyera Eaton scored four straight points, Adrienne Jones hit a 3-pointer to cap the 11-0 run.

Juliette Lawless led the Mountaineers with 22 points, which was her fourth 20-plus point effort in the last five games. Bridget Birkhead went 5-of-8 from 3-point range to set a career highs in points (15) and 3-pointers (5). Daly Sullivan had 16 points.

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DickD

Middletown viewed this game as a big one, against a good team. That they won by such a large margin was due to some outstanding play by Poffenbarger and Shipley. 31 points is really awesome. And 18 by Shipley is most likely her best. But then, many of Middletown's first string do not play a lot of time due to the scores being so lop sided that the subs get to play a lot too. Saylor could easily have a higher game point scoring average, if she wanted too. She is a great team player.

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