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Calverton 43, Lanham Christian 27
Zane Mass scored a team-high 11 points to carry the host Cougars (10-6, 4-4 MISAL) to a win over Lanham on Friday.
Corey Darden added eight points and Ty Herriott and Nick Nwadike each scored seven and Josh Hubbard added 10 rebounds for Calverton.
The Cougars are without Cole Rainier (19.2 points per game), who is out for the season with a foot injury.
Calvert 76, Huntingtown 35
Jasmine Weems scored 17 points and added five assists to help the host Cavaliers (14-2, 7-1 SMAC) get past county rival Huntingtown on Friday.
Alexis Smith added 16 points and six boards and Kayla Gross chipped in with 10 points, six steals and a team-high seven rebounds. Calvert outscored the Hurricanes 44-15 in the middle quarters.
H-town boys sweep tri-meet
David Alman won four events to help Huntingtown cruise past La Plata and Thomas Stone last Wednesday at the Edward T. Hall Aquatic Center in Prince Frederick.
The Hurricanes (9-2 overall) defeated Stone, 210-88, and the Warriors, 181-85, thanks to Alman, who won the 50- (23.99 seconds) and 100-yard freestyle (53.09) and was a member of the winning 200 medley relay (1 minute 48.54 seconds) along with Michael Scott, Hunter Johnson and Jarret Daniels.
Alman was also part of the winning 200 free relay team (1:38.71) that included Scott, Mike Jones and Jack Bauer.
Jones also won the 200 individual medley (2:15.42) and was second in the 100 free. Johnson claimed the 100 butterfly in 1:01.52.
On the girls side, the Hurricanes (6-5) swam past Stone, 162-110, but barely fell to La Plata, 145-133.
Huntingtown’s 200 medley relay team of Jaime Park, Mckenzie Turpin, Antonia Smart and Kiley Bauer and its 200 free relay team of Smart, Bauer, Emily Wilson and Christine Wiese each placed second.
Bauer also added a second-place finish in the 50 free (29.10) and Stacy McCurdy was runner-up in the 500 free (6:57.90).
Patriots sweep Great Mills, Patuxent
The Northern swim teams each posted two wins after defeating visiting Patuxent and Great Mills last Wednesday at North Point High School.
On the boys side, the Patriots (9-3) defeated Patuxent (176-103) and Great Mills (166-113). The Hornets earned the split by virtue of their 139-134 win over the Panthers (6-5).
Patuxent was led by winners Morgan Duty (100 fly), Chris Kahl (100 free, PR and school record 50.69) and the 200 free relay team of Kahl, Ronnie Forster, C.J. Hall and Duncan Barton. Kahl also placed second to Northern’s Ben Lawless in the 100 back.
On the girls side, the Patriots (10-2) earned wins over Patuxent, 185-93, and Great Mills, 140-134. The Hornets again earned the split with a 168-105 win over the Panthers (4-7).
Patriots sweep Calvert
Northern got the best of the host Cavaliers as the Patriot boys (172-92) and girls (174-100) each prevailed Friday at the Edward T. Hall Aquatic Center in Prince Frederick.
For the Northern boys, Lawless (200 and 500 free) and Tommy Cranford (50 and 100 free) each won two events, while Nic Leininger (200 IM), Andrew Kosa (100 fly), Nick Goszkowicz (100 back) and Riley Hafer (100 breast) each won one event.
The Northern girls were led by dual winners Alexa Leininger (100 back, 200 free) and Heather Cheney (100 fly, 200IM). Devon Goszkowicz (500 free), Nicole Mentch (100 breast) and Kylee Hall (100 free) each won one event.
The Northern boys and girls also swept all six relays.
Patuxent 53, McDonough 18
Patuxent won six straight matches to defeat the host Rams on Thursday. Trailing 12-6, the Panthers (12-6, 6-6) won the 138- through 182-pound weight classes to seal the win.
Trenton Hagan (152), Matt Gancayco (170) and Josh Hunt (285) each earned falls while Mitchell Lake added a technical fall at 145. Patuxent also received five wins by forfeit with two weight classes ending in double forfeits.
Huntingtown 17, La Plata 0
Robert Hand (four goals, three assists) and Patrick Laiosa (three goals, four assists) each had seven points to lead the Hurricanes (9-8, 9-1) to a blowout win over La Plata Friday at the Capital Clubhouse.
Tyler Sullivan added three goals and a three assists and Joey Laiosa chipped in with five assists. Ben Camilletti had a goal and three helpers and Collin Gray and Brendan White each finished with a goal and two assists. Austin Harrington had a goal and an assist. Sam Camilletti and Cody Powers each made one save to share the shutout.
Four times during the game the Hurricanes scored twice within a span of a minute. Huntingtown has won four of its last five with all of its wins over this span being shutouts.
Northern 17, Bowie 3
Michael Carr scored seven goals to help the Patriots (10-0, 10-0) cruise to a rout over host Bowie on Friday at the Bowie Ice Rink.
Willie Bennett added two goals and four assists, Michael Santiago chipped in with three goals and two assists and Andrew Bruening added a hat trick and an assist.
Kyle Kampsen and Braeden McFadyen each scored once and Chris Ruyter assisted on three goals. Joey Gebicke and Kerry Henegar each added two helpers.
Northern 12, Leonardtown 6
Carr added five goals as the host Patriots rolled to a 12-6 win over the Raiders on Monday night at Tucker Road Ice Rink in Fort Washington.
Santiago added five points (3 goals, 2 assists) and Henegar chipped in with two goals.
Bennett and Tristan Beeson each had a goal and an assist and Gebicke had a papyr of assists. Zach Keisu added a helper. James Layman made 16 saves for the win.