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Cardinal Hickey Academy’s girls basketball team played twice in the Sunday Youth Basketball League last weekend. And they came out on the winning end twice.

Saturday, Cardinal Hickey held off a late surge from Our Lady Star of the Sea School to prevail 22-18.


Start times reflect beginning of quadrupleheaders.

Saturday, Jan. 12

Mother Catherine at Father Andrew White, 10 a.m.

Our Lady at St. Michael’s, 10 a.m.

Sunday, Jan. 13

Mother Catherine at Archbishop Neale, 12:15 p.m.

St. Michael’s at Little Flower, 12:15 p.m.

St. John’s at Father Andrew White, 1 p.m.

Bye: St. Mary’s Bryantown

The game was tied at 6 at halftime, then Cardinal Hickey outscored Our Lady 12-2 in the third quarter.

Our Lady answered back in the fourth, but it wasn’t enough as Cardinal Hickey picked up the win.

Marissa Laidley led Cardinal Hickey (8-1 overall) with eight points, while Samantha Vanslyke had six. Erin Balderson led Our Lady (5-5) with six points.

Cardinal Hickey won its second game of the weekend with a 35-20 victory over St. Michael’s School on Sunday. Cardinal Hickey led 18-4 after the first quarter and 22-9 at halftime.

Laidley led Cardinal Hickey with 19 points, while Ashlee Gorman led St. Michael’s (1-5) with 15 points.

Our Lady bounced back from Saturday’s loss with a 32-17 win over Mother Catherine Spalding School on Sunday. Our Lady led 20-7 at halftime.

Balderson led Our Lady with 16 points, while Jennah Hutson led Mother Catherine (3-6) with seven.

Archbishop Neale School picked up a 31-26 victory over St. Mary’s Bryantown School on Sunday.

St. Mary’s Bryantown led 13-12 at halftime, but Archbishop Neale went to the fourth quarter up 22-19 and prevailed.

Emily Hruda led Archbishop Neale (5-3) with 12 points, while Jessica McKnew led St. Mary’s Bryantown (3-6) with 12 points.

Little Flower School pulled away in the second half en route to a 28-11 win over St. John’s School on Sunday.

Little Flower led 12-10 at halftime, then outscored St. John’s 10-1 in the third quarter and won the contest.

Shannon Even led Little Flower (3-4) with six points, while Trisha Bowes had five. Erin Treutler led St. John’s (0-7) with eight points.

Cardinal Hickey boys split

On the boys side, Cardinal Hickey started the weekend with a 17-13 victory over Our Lady on Saturday.

The game was tied at 6 at halftime and Our Lady took a 10-6 lead into the fourth quarter, but Cardinal Hickey rallied back to take the win.

Frank McGarvey led Cardinal Hickey (2-6) with nine points, while David Nehf led Our Lady (1-8) with six points.

St. Michael’s held off Cardinal Hickey on Sunday to win 41-37. St. Michael’s led 18-13 at halftime and 29-22 entering the fourth quarter.

Tyler Young led St. Michael’s (3-20 with 15 points, while Noah Young had 11 and Jaleen Sauls added nine.

Jonathan Hickey led Cardinal Hickey with nine points, which included some key baskets in the fourth, while McGarvey and Jack DeGrange each had eight.

Our Lady fell in its second game of the weekend, 41-33 to Mother Catherine on Sunday. Mother Catherine led 14-13 at halftime and 27-25 after three quarters.

Brandon Lowe led Mother Catherine (3-4) with 21 points, while Brian Quinn led Our Lady with 18 points.

Archbishop Neale scored in double digits in each quarter in a 65-22 win over St. Mary’s Bryantown on Sunday. Archbishop Neale led 31-5 at halftime.

Archbishop Neale (9-0) had 11 different players score in the contest. Hakeem Everett led with 11 points, while Jalen Gibbs had 10. Derrick Carter led St. Mary’s Bryantown (3-4) with 13 points.

Little Flower also scored in double digits in each quarter en route to a 50-24 win over St. John’s on Sunday. Little Flower led 28-13 at halftime.

Greg Lawrence led Little Flower (8-1) with 19 points, while Seth Blevins had 17. Nolan Repasi led St. John’s (2-5) with 13 points.