A long time coming for FSK girls basketball

CMSportsNet winter high school sports roundup for Jan. 19, 2022.

Francis Scott Key's girls basketball county championship in 2019 must feel like it happened ages ago for the Eagles program, which hadn't won a Carroll County Athletic League contest since that title year before Wednesday.

That's when FSK hosted South Carroll and came away with a 43-26 victory, ending that long drought against county opponents.

The Eagles improved to 7-5 overall, 1-3 in the CCAL with the win. Summer Brooks led the way with 14 points, five rebounds, and three assists. Ally Mathias pitched in with eight boards, six points, two assists, and two blocks. And Rayna Miller had five points, two blocks, and two steals.

Shannon McTavish and Kailyn Irwin had six points apiece for the Cavaliers, who fell to 3-8, 1-4.

Winters Mill 53, Hammond 41

Recap: The Falcons (1-6) enjoyed their first win of the season by beating the Golden Bears on the road. Box score information wasn't reported.

Now, check out our CMSportsNet highlights from the FSK-SC game.

Boys Basketball

Century 67, Fallston 54

Recap: The Knights (11-2) got 23 points from Andrew Marcinko and a double-double from John Pavlick with 20 points and 10 rebounds.


Winters Mill 48, Liberty 36

Recap: The Falcons (12-4, 4-1 CCAL) picked up pins from Matthew Dawley (195 pounds), Chris Gaeng (106), Jamie Goodwin (126), Caleb Crouch (145), Brady Forte (160), and Craig Love (170). Payton Roebuck (285), Dylan Ohler (113), Adam Slicher (120), Kevin Poole (138), Ryan Ohler (152), and Dylan Rubin (182) all posted pins for the Lions, who fell to 8-8, 2-3.

Pat's Take

Congrats to Ryan Ohler, who recently reached 100 career wins. The senior is the 10th wrestler in Liberty history to join the 100 Win Club. 


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