Roland Park wins 12th straight in bas­ket­ball

Baltimore Sun Sunday - - VARSITY -

Roland Park con­tin­ued its sea­son-long ram­page as the top-ranked Reds topped St. Vin­cent Pal­lotti, 64-53, on Satur­day.

Roland Park, which trailed by a point at half­time, im­proved to 21-1 with its vic­tory over the Pan­thers (12-9). Roland Park has now won 12 straight games and hasn’t lost since a set­back to Bishop McNa­mara on Dec. 29.

Ja’Nia Henson set the scor­ing pace for the Reds with 25 points, while Maria Fer­ariu added 14 points. Whit­ney Robin­son scored nine and Mir McLean added six for the win­ners.

McLean also had 24 re­bounds, be­com­ing the first Roland Park to have 1,000 ca­reer re­bounds.

Jas­mine Valen­tine scored 17 and Makayla Waleed added 13 points for the Pan­thers.

Boys bas­ket­ball

GERSTELL 76, ST. MARY’S 58: An­thony Car­pen­ter scored 18 points to lead Gerstell to an MIAA B Con­fer­ence vic­tory. Ah­mad Har­ri­son scored 16 and Jeremiah Stan­ton added 14 points for the win­ners.

Pey­ton Ma­son and Pa­trick De­vitt each scored 14 to lead St. Mary’s.

OAKLAND MILLS 94, HAM­MOND 76: Daesh­wawn Eaton scored 28 points, while DJ Hop­kins scored 17 and Ke’Von Simp­son added 16 to lead the Scor­pi­ons.

Michah Henry led Ham­mond with 25 points and Jaylen Wig­gins scored 23.


WIN­TERS MILL 48, SOUTH CAR­ROLL 29: Fel­low sopho­mores Noah Oca­sio and Luke Prof­fitt may not have fig­ured on how im­por­tant their matches would be in Satur­day’s clash be­tween ri­vals Win­ters Mill and South Car­roll.

Oca­sio and Prof­fitt, a pair of heavy­weights, likely aren’t the first names that come to mind when break­ing down the Fal­cons’ lineup.

Oca­sio didn’t see much var­sity mat time last win­ter; Prof­fitt is in his first year wrestling, and came into Satur­day winless against Car­roll op­po­nents.

Yet theirs were the bouts that in­jected en­ergy into the home team’s fans, and per­haps lifted Win­ters Mill to its sec­ond straight Car­roll County Ath­letic League cham­pi­onship.

Pins from Oca­sio and Prof­fitt in po­ten­tial swing bouts gave the Fal­cons some mo­men­tum, and they turned it into a vic­tory on se­nior night.

AN­NAPO­LIS 63, BOWIE 9: Nate Dit­mars (138) scored a first-pe­riod pin against his op­po­nent who who ranked higher in the state rank­ings, while Kyle Lem­ing (195), Bran­don Jack­son (220) and Alex Ditto (285) each recorded pins to guide the Pan­thers over the Bull­dogs.

Tate Scott (126) earned an over­time de­ci­sion, and six for­feit vic­to­ries were awarded to An­napo­lis.

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