Middletown 63, Brunswick 14
Saylor Poffenbarger had a triple-double for Middletown (11-2, 8-1 CMC Gambrill), scoring 27 points with 10 rebounds and 10 blocks. Bri Horman had 10 points. Melanie Pick had 10 rebounds. Molly Faron had five assists.
Frederick 67, Urbana 31
Makayla Daniels had 21 points for Frederick (13-3, 8-0 CMC Spires). Rose Bubakar had 13.
Kendal Haggerty had 14 points for Urbana (4-7).
Frederick won the junior varsity game, 45-40. Raina Young had 11 points for Frederick. Brianna Fifer had 10.
Linganore 63, North Hagerstown 22
Fiona Rowan had 19 points with nine rebounds and four assists for Linganore (6-8, 4-4 CMC Spires). Taylor Ferguson had 11 points.
Linganore won the junior varsity game, 40-7.
Oakdale 65, Boonsboro 33
The visiting Bears remained unbeaten.
Brianna Walker led Oakdale (14-0) with 17 points and six rebounds. Sam Foster had eight points and six rebounds, and Nikki Etchison scored eight. Rylee Schwee had four assists, and Sami Hardesty had seven rebounds.
Oakdale won the JV game 51-29. Sam Blaylock and Gabby Averill each had 12 points for the Bears.
Catoctin 33, Williamsport 23
Emma Wivell had seven points with seven rebounds for Catoctin (7-8). Raegan Smith had 10 rebounds.
Catoctin won the junior varsity game, 36-18. Lyly Burgee had 13 points for the Cougars.
Walkersville 57, Smithsburg 46
Julie Wallace had 12 points with six rebounds and six assists for Walkersville (11-4, 5-3 CMC Gambrill). Chidera Ogwulu had 10 points. Eve Bernardoni had four assists. Indatou Ali-Goukoye had 10 rebounds.
Walkersville won the junior varsity game 52-23. Rachel Okonah had 20 points for the Lions.
Tuscarora 61, South Hagerstown 23
Milca Barou had 22 points with 11 rebounds and three blocks for Tuscarora (7-5, 5-3 CMC Spires). Chandler Stewart had 10 points. Makaala Ambush had 10 points with 10 steals.
Tuscarora won the junior varsity game, 47-20. Ageaira Frazier had 16 points for the Titans.
MSD 50, Rockbridge Academy 23
Cassidy Perry had 18 points, 10 rebounds, five steals and four assists for Maryland School for the Deaf (14-3). Rajena Guettler had 18 points, six assists and three steals. Estelina Kovacs had five steals.
Linganore 73, North Hagerstown 63
Four players scored in double figures for Linganore (11-3, 7-1 CMC Spires).
Francisco Palacios had 19 points to lead the Lancers. Sean Lang had 17. Cole Mitchell had 12. Bennett Formulak had 11.
Middletown 71, Brunswick 43
Dan Racz had 24 points for Middletown (10-5, 7-2 CMC Gambrill). Andrew Frizzell had 12. Jalen Huskey had 11.
Layne Harich had 13 points for Brunswick (3-12).
Walkersville 69, Smithsburg 54
The Lions outscored Smithsburg 27-6 in the third quarter to break the game open.
Walkersville (4-11) drained seven 3-pointers, including five by junior guard Chaz Egan, who finished with a game-high 20 points to go along with 10 rebounds and three assists.
Jacob Montgomery added 17 points, while Andrew Brooks added 16 for the Lions.
Walkersville won the junior varsity game 45-41.
Oakdale 80, Boonsboro 47
Collin Schlee had 16 points, four steals and three assists as the Bears improved to 13-2, 10-0 CMC Gambrill.
Mussa Crawford had 15 points and three steals for Oakdale, Jackson Wright had 12 points, and Jackson Meade had five rebounds.
Oakdale won the JV game 68-44. Alex Hawkins led the Bears with 28 points.
South Hagerstown 67, Tuscarora 64
Trumaine Strickland had 27 points for Tuscarora (8-7). Xavier Chase had 15 points with 10 rebounds. Anthony Davis had 11 points with eight rebounds. James Quinn had five assists.
South Hagerstown won the junior varsity game 47-39. Brandon Evans had 12 points for Tuscarora. Robert Hallman had 11.
MSD 71, Rockbridge Academy 43
Miguel Pavao had 20 points, seven steals and five rebounds for Maryland School for the Deaf (14-2). Eric Long had 15 points with seven rebounds. Rory Lewis had 10 points with six rebounds and three assists. Jaden Joseph had seven assists, six rebounds and five steals. Enow Otto had two blocks. Jason Werner had four assists.
Williamsport 71, Catoctin 46
Christian Michael had 10 points with seven rebounds for Catoctin (4-11). Evan Ott had three assists.
Williamsport won the junior varsity game, 63-22.
Scotland Prep 63, Force 56
Isaac Blickenstaff had 22 points for the Frederick Force (7-5). David Poole had 13 points with five rebounds. A.J. Switzer had five steals.
Middletown 58, Catoctin 19
106—Bower (M) pinned May, :19; 113—Malko (M) won by forfeit; 120—Harbaugh (M) pinned Adams, 2:51; 126—Keilholtz (C) won by forfeit; 132—Guglielmini (M) pinned Veronie, 1:00; 145—Cheairs (M) maj. dec. Archila, 16-5; 152—Payne (C) dec. Holcomb, 3-0; 160—Fields (C) maj.dec. Brull, 13-2; 170–J. Hoy (M) won by forfeit; 182—Baker (C) pinned C.Hoy, :47; 195–Brady (M) won by forfeit; 220—Green (M) won by forfeit; 285—Guerrero (M) won by forfeit.
Middletown 73, Frederick 6
106—Bower (M) won by forfeit; 113—Malko (M) pinned Tarcena, 5:26; 120—Harbaugh (M) tech. fall Warren, 20-4; 126–Suter (F) won by forfeit; 132–Guglielmini (M) tech. fall Yang, 18-3; 138—Boumel (M) pinned Raines, :39; 145–Cheairs (M) pinned Zaw, 2:33; 152—Sheng (M) pinned Wilson, 2:14; 160—Holcomb (M) pinned Lopez, :07; 170–Brull (M) pinned Milongo, 5:25; 182—J.Hoy (M) pinned Kollmar, :17; 195—Brady (M) pinned Gonzalez, 1:43; 220—Green (M) pinned Baidoo, 3:18; 285—Guerrero (M) dec. Gilmore, 8-2.
St. James 60, MSD 24
106—Thang (M) pinned Riser, 1:32; 113—Javed (S) won by forfeit; 120—Tang (S) won by forfeit; 126—Almany (S) won by forfeit; 132—Herpin (M) pinned Hammer, 2:20; 138—Williams (M) pinned Starkoski, 1:38; 145—Yanou (S) won by forfeit; 152—Pank (S) won by forfeit; 160—Wu (S) won by forfeit; 170—Quelet (S) pinned Johnson, 1:40; 182—Guillard (S) won by forfeit; 195—Lau (S) won by forfeit; 220—Pineda (M) pinned Peacher, 3:01; 285—Couling (S) won by forfeit.
Mercersburg 60, MSD 12
106—Thang (MSD) won by forfeit; 113—LeBolle (M) won by forfeit; 120—Quick (M) won by forfeit; 126—Lorson (M) won by forfeit; 132—Herpin (MSD) pinned Quick, :39; 138—Yonke (M) pinned Williams, 3:24; 145–Hoffman (M) won by forfeit; 152—Xu (M) won by forfeit; 160—Dunbar (M) won by forfeit; 170–Anderson (M) pinned Johnson, 1:36; 182—Cole (M) won by forfeit; 195—Double-forfeit; 220–Schnarrs (M) pinned Pineda, 1:49; 285—Double-forfeit.
Swimming and Diving
Tuscarora 45, Catoctin 3
Multi-event winners: Tuscarora—Ben Mercier, Aiden Renkin,Kyle Sanger, Cameron Bowers, Wesley Paz. Diving winner—Josh Crocker (Tuscarora).
Walkersville 94, TJ 82
Multi-event winners: Walkersville—Kameron Conley, Michael Flegel, Noah Wilson, Austin Rowland. Thomas Johnson—Robert Xu, Steve Lombardi, Garret Frank Ali Hegazi, Jay Parente. Diving winner—Connor White (TJ).
Tuscarora 126, Catoctin 40
Multi-event winners: Tuscarora—Rachel Gibson, Sophia Routzahn, Emily Lutz, Laura Mancincilli, Harper Baumgardner, Quinn Baumgardner.
Walkersville 119, TJ 64
Multi-event winners: Walkersville—Sophie Engle, Kara Young, Madisen Eylker, Brooke Hansen, Madison Smith, Lily Staley, Daniella Manchester, Savannah Schultz. Thomas Johnson—Rebecca Manley, Erin Grimsley, Andrea Snody. Diving winner—Lucy Solokoff (TJ).