Mount St. Joseph keep Eagles reeling; Stines scores 22
D’Angelo Stines scored 22 points and freshman forward Bryson Tucker added 17 as Mount St. Joseph posted a 66-43 victory over McDonogh School in a MIAA A Conference basketball contest Friday afternoon in Owings Mills.
The Gaels built a 41-23 halftime advantage, en route to its third victory in four outings in a truncated 2021 season. Senior Ausar Crawley, who will play football at Morgan State University in the fall, and senior post Sean Carr, combined for 16 points.
Stines, a senior guard who will play basketball at Old Dominion University next season, scored 10 straight points in the opening quarter. The Gaels led 19-12 after one, then expanded it to 18 by halftime. They led 55-35 after three periods.
Junior post Dani Dennis-Sutton led McDonogh School (1-3) with 13 points and Siena-bound Jared Billups finished with 12. The Eagles, loser of three straight, look to end the skid Monday evening at home against Annapolis Area Christian School in MIAA A play.
Mount St. Joseph welcomes Gilman School to Smith Center Monday for a MIAA A match.
Mount St. Joseph 66, McDonogh School 43
Mount St. Joseph – D’Angelo Stines 22, Bryson Tucker 12, Ausar Crawley 9, Sean Carr 7, Ace Valentine 5, Austin Abrams 2, Sean Clark 2, Noah Jones 2. Totals 26 4-6 66.
McDonogh – Dani Dennis-Sutton 13, Jared Billups 12, Dylan Asher 6, Preston Howard 6, Gabe Grant 2, Jack Hurrikan 2, Mathani Paul-Swinton 2. Totals 16 9-10 43.
Mount St. Joseph 19 22 14 11 – 66
McDonogh 12 11 12 8 – 43