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Calvert 69, Huntingtown 43
Jermaine Hunter and Josh Smith combined to score 27 points to carry the visiting Cavaliers (10-4, 4-1 SMAC) to a win over rival Huntingtown on Friday.
Hunter scored 14 points and Smith added 13, while Datavious Thomas and D.J. Gantt each scored 11.
Terry Jones added five points for Calvert, which outscored the Hurricanes 33-24 over the second half.
Tre Hawkins and Chris Ward scored 11 and eight points, respectively, for the Hurricanes (6-6, 1-2), who shot 17 of 19 (89.5 percent) from the free-throw line.
Calvert picked up its 10th win of the season on Monday night with a 78-54 victory over Chopticon at Patuxent.
Clinton Christian 28
Cole Rainier scored a game-high 24 points to lift the host Cougars (6-4, 2-2 MISAL) over Clinton on Friday.
Zane Mass added eight points, Corey Darden scored seven and Ray LaPlaca, Josh Hubbard and Nick Nwadike each added five. Hubbard also added 10 rebounds for the Cougars, who drained seven three-pointers.
Spencerville 37, Calverton 20
Shannon Moore had 10 points and nine rebounds, but the host Cougars (6-6, 2-3 MISAL) fell to the Hornets on Monday. Cheyenne manning scored eight points and Angie Horan added two points and three boards.
Calvert 80, Huntingtown 13
Daijah Thomas had 20 points, 11 rebounds and six blocks to lift the visiting Cavaliers (11-1, 4-0 SMAC) to a rout over winless Huntingtown on Friday.
Alexis Smith scored 19 points and Kayla Gross added 17 and both players also each hit three three-pointers. Calvert also had 11 steals and led 41-6 at halftime.
Thomas Stone 54,
Cassidy Cross scored a team-high eight points, but the host Patriots (6-4, 1-1 SMAC) saw their two-game winning streak snapped on Friday.
Mauri Miller and Qyntia Parks-Lewis each had six points and Naiila Cooke scored five points.
Parks-Lewis also had a team-high nine rebounds. Megan Delamer added five steals and Natalie LaPlaca had five assists.
Patriots split pair
Northern split a pair of matches at a tri-meet Thursday at South River. The Patriots (14-2 overall) pounded Southern, 44-25 but fell 43-26 to the Seahawks.
Breandan Coughlin (103) led the way with two pins, while Eric Hoffman (160) and Cliff Armerntrout (285) each earned a fall and a technical fall, respectively.
Brant Leadbeter added a decision and a forfeit win and Max McLean (126), Jackson Horn (170) and Jake Horn (182) each added one fall.
Owings Mills 32
Huntingtown won the final two bouts to defeat perennial state champion host Owings Mills on Thursday.
The Hurricanes (10-2) eked out the win thanks to a 6-2 decision by Zach Walker (220) and sealed the win on Dalonte Holland’s pin at 3 minutes 26 seconds in the 285-pound weight class.
Huntingtown received a pin from Brett Skinner (132) and decisions from Jacob Wood (113) and Domenic Sita (138). Matt Clark (126), Colt Constantino (160) and Colton Rowe (170) each added major decisions.
Indoor track and field
Pax boys win CCBC meet, girls second
The Patuxent boys won five events to win the CCBC-Essex Invitational No. 3 held Jan. 5 at the Prince George’s Sports & Learning Center in Prince George’s County.
The Panthers finished with 126 points, more than double of runner-up Seneca Valley of Montgomery County.
Ishmael Kamara (55, high jump) won two events and Trent Herzog (1,600), Shawn Ridenour (55 hurdles) and the 800-meter relay team each won.
Herzog (3,200) and Ethan Short (55 hurdles) each added a second-place finish. Braden Blonshine (500), Lucas Foltz (800), Laron Gross (high jump) and the 1,600 and 3,200 relay teams all finished third.
The girls added a runner-up finish after compiling 82 points. Harford Tech of Harford County won with 121.
Taylor Erwin placed third in the 500 and 300 and Rachel Herzog was third in the 800 and 1,600 and fourth in the 3,200.
Lizzy Allison added three top-seven finishes and the relay teams all placed in the top three. Lauren Williford was runner-up in the shot put and Amber Drake took third in the 55 hurdles.
Northern 8, Huntingtown 6
Michael Carr and Michael Santiago each had four points to lead the Patriots to a wild win over county rival Huntingtown Friday at the Capital Clubhouse in Waldorf.
The game, which was voted on as the Washington Capitals High School Game of the Week, featured four ties and three lead changes before the Patriots (6-0, 6-0 Southern Conference) rallied from a 6-4 third period deficit.
Tristan Beeson scored the eventual game-winner off an assist from Andrew Bruening with just over three minutes left in regulation.
Willie Bennett added an empty-net goal in the dying seconds.
Carr finished with three goals and an assist and Santiago added two goals and two helpers. Northern goalie James Layman made 39 saves.
The Hurricanes (5-7, 5-6) received two goals from Ben Camilletti and Patrick Laiosa and Jason Merewitz each added a goal and an assist.