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Boys basketball

Huntingtown 66, Patuxent 65 (2 OT)

Trey Hawkins excelled all over the court as the host Hurricanes (8-9, 3-5 SMAC) squeaked by rival Patuxent in double overtime on Tuesday. The game was postponed because of weather from last Friday.

Hawkins had 11 points, eight rebounds, four assists, three steals and three of Huntingtown’s six blocks in leading the Hurricanes to their second win in three games. Marcus Sims added 13 points and also pulled down nine boards. JaVaughn Lawson added a team-high 18 points and 15 rebounds and Eric Roberts added seven points and nine boards.

The Hurricanes led 29-27 at halftime, but the Panthers forced the extra periods after scoring 18 of 31 fourth-quarter points.

Each team scored three points in the first extra session and the Hurricanes scored five points in the second overtime. Huntingtown dropped a 49-48 decision to visiting Lackey on Wednesday.

The loss was the fifth straight for the Panthers (3-14, 0-7), who lost 84-58 to Thomas Stone on Wednesday.

Clinton Christian 43, Calverton 38

Jon Mazza scored a team-high 10 points, but the visiting Cougars (9-6, 3-4 MISAL) fell to Clinton Christian of Prince George’s County on Tuesday.

Corey Darden scored nine points, Ray LaPlaca and Zane Mass each scored six points and Ty Herriott scored four.

Calverton has lost its last two games after a three-game win streak.

Girls basketball

Calverton 65, Clinton Christian 24

Shannon Moore had a double-double to help the visiting Cougars (9-6, 4-3) win their third straight game with a rout over Clinton Christian on Tuesday.

Moore had 14 points and 11 rebounds and Elise Bouchard added 14 points and four boards, while Angie Horan and Cheyenne manning each scored 11 points. Horan also pulled down nine boards.

Olivia Fisher added five points and Katie Lerch totaled three rebounds for Calverton, which has outscored its last three opponents 173-51.


Huntingtown 10, Thomas Stone 0

The Hurricanes (8-8 overall) won its second straight game following a shutout win over Thomas Stone on Wednesday at the Capital Clubhouse in Waldorf.

Patrick Laiosa had a team-high seven points (2 goals, 5 assists) and Tyler Sullivan added three goals and three assists. Robert hand scored twice and Ben Camilletti, John Hand and Bryce Oursler each scored once. Matthew Scott added an assists and Cody Powers (8 saves) and Sam Camilletti (1 save) shared the shutout.

Trevor Wallace made 31 saves in the net for the Cougars (2-9), who have lost their last four.