You Should Have Seen

Tierra Wilkins and Ashley Myrick,

Wilde Lake girls' basketball

Wilkins, a senior guard, and Myrick, a freshman forward, both recorded double-doubles in Wilde Lake's 62-37 win over Howard on Friday. After missing the Wildecats' loss to Glenelg, Wilkins had 22 points and 13 rebounds. Myrick had 13 points and 11 rebounds, as both players recorded double-doubles in the same game for the first time this year. Kierra Wilkins, Tierra's twin sister, added 16 points against Howard.

"All of them are clicking, and when they all click well together and really work, we are very strong," Wilde Lake Coach Natalie Williams said. "They are quick, but they also see each other very well."

You Should See

Steve Sessa, sophomore,

Hammond wrestling

He's known as the "man-child" at Hammond because of his impressive size and relative youth. Regardless of his age, the 189-pound sophomore has demonstrated that last year's performance as a freshman was no fluke. With a pin against Oakland Mills on Saturday, Sessa ran his record on the season to 17-3, including nine pins and an impressive decision over Chad LaPlanche of Chesapeake.

"Supposedly I have the body of a man and the mind of a child," Sessa said. "Last year people thought I just had the strength, but now people expect me to have the skill and the strength and put it all together."

By the Numbers


Days between games for Long Reach's boys' basketball team. Before taking on Mount Hebron yesterday in a game that ended before press time, the county's only remaining unbeaten team had a two-week vacation after beating Oakland Mills, 66-49, on Jan. 15.


Average points scored against Mount Hebron's girls' basketball squad through 12 games. Despite having the county's fifth-best scoring offense (45.5 points per game), the Vikings (10-2 overall, 6-2 Howard County) were in third place in the county before a game yesterday against Long Reach.


Free throw percentage for Mount Hebron senior guard Aaron Rei-White. Rei-White has connected on 54 of 63 attempts from the charity stripe through 12 games, the tops in the county. He also averaged 15.2 points per game for the Vikings.