You Should Have Seen
Chesapeake senior forward
Klug, who is fourth on the team with an average of eight points per game, scored a season-high 19 points in the Cougars' 66-51 win against Broadneck last week. She recently committed to play at Salisbury next year, and Coach John Spinnenweber said Klug also has become a more aggressive rebounder. Chesapeake entered this week second in the conference with a 7-2 record.
"I've been pleased with what she's been doing, and we needed her to step up against Broadneck," Spinnenweber said. "Any one of our starters has the potential to score like that."
You Should See
Arundel sophomore guard
McGuire is a versatile guard with the ability to play under the basket or step outside and make the jump shot. Her season-high 28 points last week led the Wildcats to a 64-50 win against Meade, and she is the team's leading scorer, with an average of 17.7 points per game. The Wildcats, tied with Severna Park for first place, have won five straight.
By The Numbers
Assists per game for 6-foot Spalding junior guard Jesse Brooks. Brooks scored nine points and had seven assists for the Cavaliers in Saturday's key 53-44 win against McDonogh.
Points scored by Southern's trio of seniors -- Justin Hall, Adrian Gross and Matt Hall -- in the Feb. 4 71-61 win against Old Mill. The Bulldogs improved to 12-5 overall and moved into second place in the conference. All three players have scored a season-high of at least 27 points.
County wrestlers who compete for Mount St. Joseph's. Sam and Mack Lewnes (Annapolis), Bruce and David Dulski and Tim Bohlman (Pasadena), Brian Propst (Glen Burnie) and Louis Ruonavar (Severn) helped the Gaels win the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association tournament Saturday.