High school scores and top performers for Feb. 6-11
Baltimore City College 44, St. Maria Goretti 30
Boonsboro 64, South Hagerstown 53
North Hagerstown 71, Williamsport 67
Tuscarora 59, Smithsburg 50
Mountain Ridge 59, Broadfording 49
Faith 65, Hancock 49
Boonsboro 56, South Hagerstown 23
Williamsport 59, North Hagerstown 26
Tuscarora 53, Smithsburg 43
Mountain Ridge 59, Clear Spring 55 (OT)
Covenant Life 75, Heritage 69
Calvary 61, Hancock 59
Shalom 38, St. Maria Goretti 36
Frederick Warriors 45, Broadfording 42
Calvary 50, Hancock 30
St. Maria Goretti 76, Loyola Blakefield 54
Clear Spring 55, Catoctin 43
Middletown 86, Williamsport 54
Maret 81, Saint James 66
Middletown 52, Williamsport 45
Catoctin 53, Clear Spring 34
Saint James 39, Potomac School 36
Saint James 60, Sidwell Friends 21
Georgetown Day 41, Saint James 25
North Hagerstown 76, Tuscarora 62
Heritage 67, Faith Christian 54
Broadfording 61, Southern Garrett 51
Oakdale 62, South Hagerstown 56
Walkersville 71, Smithsburg 18
North Hagerstown 52, Tuscarora 36
Grace Academy 27, Broadfording 23 (OT)
St. Maria Goretti 63, Saint James 24
Oakdale 72, South Hagerstown 34
Walkersville 50, Smithsburg 35
St. Maria Goretti 75, Archbishop Spalding 60
Boonsboro 56, Brunswick 52
Allegany 74, Clear Spring 25
Clear Spring 55, Hancock 17
Oakdale 67, South Hagerstown 36
Brunswick 59, Boonsboro 37
• Danica Bennett, St. Maria Goretti girls basketball — Had 14 points, 13 rebounds and five blocks in a loss to Baltimore City.
• Theo Madison, Nas Keyes, Will Bonds and Damiere Branch, North Hagerstown boys basketball — Madison had 18 points and seven rebounds, Keyes had 17 points, seven rebounds, five assists and five steals, Bonds had 12 points, seven assists and three steals, and Branch added 12 points and seven rebounds in a win over Williamsport.
• Chance Haga, Gavin Blair and Eb Manhyia, Boonsboro boys basketball — Haga had 16 points, seven rebounds, seven steals and three assists, Blair had 16 points and eight rebounds, and Manhyia added 14 points and three blocks in a win over South Hagerstown.
• Sam Bono, Smithsburg boys basketball — Had 24 points and eight rebounds in a loss to Tuscarora.
• Wyatt McKean, Cole Kriner and Aiden Nigh, Williamsport boys basketball — McKean scored 22 points, Kriner had 20 points and Nigh added 12 points in a loss to North Hagerstown.
• Maddie Kesselring and Kayla Ward, Smithsburg girls basketball — Kesselring had 12 points, nine rebounds, five steals and four assists, and Ward had 11 points, six rebounds and two steals in a loss to Tuscarora.
• Saivyon Mobley and Xavier Oree, South Hagerstown boys basketball — Mobley had 12 points and Oree scored 10 in a loss to Boonsboro.
• Isaiah Demory and Jordyn King, Hancock boys basketball — Demory had 13 points, seven rebounds and four assists, and King scored 12 points in a loss to Faith.
• Sean Mongan, Caleb Stamper and Jackson Cline, Heritage boys basketball — Mongan had 22 points, seven rebounds and three steals, Stamper had 20 points and 12 rebounds, and Cline added 12 points, six rebounds and four assists in a loss to Covenant Life. Stamper reached the 1,000-point career milestone.
• Amiyah Fulton and Danica Bennett, St. Maria Goretti girls basketball — Fulton scored 24 points and Bennett added 11 points in a loss to Shalom.
• Dionte Alexander, Caleb Embeya, Najeh Allen and Justin Cheung, St. Maria Goretti boys basketball — Alexander scored 21 points, Embeya had 18 points, Allen netted 17 points and Cheung added 10 points in a win over Loyola Blakefield.
• Paige Smith, Williamsport girls basketball — Scored 23 points in a loss to Middletown.
• Corry Nelson, Williamsport boys basketball — Scored 12 points in a loss to Middletown.
• Alex Fletcher, Zach Molloy and Shawn Djirosse, Saint James wrestling — Fletcher went 3-0 and Molloy and Djirosse each had two pins as the Saints finished second in the MAC Duals.
• Callie Alkire, Clear Spring girls basketball — Had 15 points and 13 rebounds in a loss to Catoctin.
• Will Bonds, Theo Madison and Nas Keyes, North Hagerstown boys basketball — Bonds had 20 points and three steals, Madison had 16 points, 11 rebounds, three assists and two blocks, and Keyes added 15 points, five steals and four assists in a win over Tuscarora.
• Caleb Stamper and Sean Mongan, Heritage boys basketball — Stamper had 25 points and 18 rebounds, and Mongan added 24 points in a win over Faith.
• Halie Green, Amiyah Fulton and Danica Bennett, St. Maria Goretti girls basketball — Green scored 22 points, Fulton had 19 points and seven assists, and Bennett added 12 points and nine rebounds in a win over Saint James.
• Gabby Grantham-Medley and Anna Chamberlin, North Hagerstown girls basketball — Grantham-Medley scored 18 points and Chamberlin added 16 points in a win over Tuscarora.
• Sayvion Mobley and Javontay Lewis, South Hagerstown boys basketball — Mobley had 15 points, 11 rebounds, five assists and three blocks, and Lewis also scored 15 points in a loss to Oakdale.
• Maddie Kesselring, Smithsburg girls basketball — Had 13 points, four rebounds and three assists in a loss to Walkersville.
• Alyssa Fisher, Serenity Anderson and Callie Alkire, Clear Spring girls basketball — Fisher had 12 points, five steals and three assists, Anderson had 12 points and five rebounds and Alkire had 10 points and seven rebounds in a win over Hancock.
• Chance Haga, Eb Manhyia and Gavin Blair, Boonsboro boys basketball — Haga had 20 points, nine rebounds and four steals, Manhyia scored 13 points and Blair had 11 points and six rebounds in a win over Brunswick.
• Najeh Allen, Caleb Embeya, Justin Cheung and Dionte Alexander, St. Maria Goretti boys basketball — Allen had 18 points, Embeya scored 16, Cheung had 15 and Alexander added 11 in a win over Archbishop Spalding.
• Aniyah Freeman, South Hagerstown girls basketball — Scored 17 points in a loss to Oakdale.
This article originally appeared on The Herald-Mail: High school scores and top performers for Feb. 6-11