Middletown went 8-0 at Poolesville to win the championship Saturday.
The Knights’ Noah Grossnickle, Zach Brady and Kyle Malko each went 8-0 for the Knights. Landen Harbaugh was named Most Outstanding lightweight at the tournament.
The Knights defeated Huntingtown, Poolesville, Bullis, Woodson, North Stafford, Smithsburg, Century and Richard Montgomery.
Public-Private School Challenge
Urbana 41, Gerstell Academy 37
At McDonogh School, Kendal Haggerty led Urbana (4-4) with 20 points and 10 rebounds.
Emma McCaskill had 10 rebounds for the Hawks. Sascha Bravin had seven. Hannah Orens, Spencer Rupinta and Jordyn Keller each had five.
Roland Park 80, Frederick 61
Frederick is 9-3 on the year. No other information on the game was available.
New Life 42, Faith Christian 22
Claire Socash led New Life Christian (6-10) with 24 points.
Roland Park Country School 80, Frederick 61
The Cadets dropped to 9-3. No details were provided.
Faith Christian 52, New Life 31
Marshall Robinson had 15 points for New Life Christian (2-15).
Lycoming 59, Hood 47
Maggie Tien led the Blazers with 16 points, including five 3-pointers. Ebony Pitt had a game-high four assists and four steals to go along with five rebounds.
The teams traded buckets in the early going with the Warriors holding a slight 13-11 advantage after one quarter. A 3-pointer in the final seconds of the first half by Lauren Keeney tied the game 24-24 heading into halftime.
A jumper by Morgan Anderson gave Hood an eight-point lead at the 6:22 mark in the third quarter, 35-27. Lycoming went on a 10-2 run and tied the game just over two minutes later with a three-pointer by Megan Helminiak, 37-37.
Hood was able to notch a 43-41 lead after three quarters, but Lycoming put together an 18-4 run to pull away in the final quarter.
Bryant 73, MSM 68
Bryant erased a 14-point deficit in the fourth quarter for the win.
Michaela Harrison led Mount St. Mary’s with 15 points on 5-of-12 shooting. Ten of her points were in the third quarter.
Jatimak Settle scored 13 points on 5-of-10 shooting. Rebecca Lee and Lawless each had 10 points. Lee also recorded nine rebounds, finishing one shy of her second straight double-double.
COLLEGE INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD
Wesley Brown Invitational
Justin Kimble won the men’s 60 for Mount St. Mary’s (6.91 seconds) at the U.S. Naval Academy.
Men: Hood 102, Immaculata 55
Max Riedel, Brooks Anderson and John Foley each won two events for Hood.
Women: Hood 87, Immaculata 43
Brianna Hand-Solomon and Danielle Pong were double-winners for Hood.