Vincentian Academy upend Admirals; Angwafo scores 14

Adam Angwafo was a bright spot Sunday for Severn School. The 6-foot-6 sophomore forward had 14 points and two blocked shots in the Admirals’ loss to Pittsburgh’s Vincentian Academy at the Stand Against Violence Showcase at Woodland Hills High near Pittsburgh.

Baltimore’s perfect run at the Stand Against Violence Showcase ended Sunday afternoon. Vincentian Academy from Pittsburgh defeated Severn School, 68-54, in boys action.

Alex Griggs was one of four double-digits scorers for Vincentian, which led by as many as 23 points. Griggs finished with 16 points, followed by Nate Cullo (14), Matt McDoungh (13) and Angelo Reeves (12).

Adam Angwafo finished with 14 points for Severn (6-12 overall), which never led Sunday. The Admirals take on Indian Creek School in a MIAA B Conference match Wednesday evening in Crownsville.

Severn (3-4 MIAA B) sits a half-game behind Chapelgate Christian Academy (3-3) for fourth place. The top four teams in the standings at regular season’s end advance to the postseason.

Baltimore-area teams are 5-1 in this year’s Stand Against Violence event, founded by Woodland Hills’ boys coach and athletic director Ron Coursey, who starred at Howard in the late 1990s.



Vincentian Academy (PA) 68, Severn School 54

Vincentian – Cullo 14, Griggs 16, McDoungh 13, Reeves 12, Embleton 4, Jagers 3, Banze 1. Totals 27 7-13 68.

Severn – Queen 4, Sturdivant 7, Angwafo 14, Groff 2, Donegan 8, Munroe 6, Baldwin 5, Cowell 2, Bryan 6. Totals 21 8-14 54.

Vincentian 22 14 17 15 – 68

Severn 12 8 16 18 – 54