Lady Hawks Move To 7-1 With 58-36 Win Over Roland Park

Hamilton Heights Takes 3 Of 4 on Demanding Road Trip

Sunday, December 3, 2017 - by special to The

Hamilton Heights’ Lady Hawks’ ambitious scheduling of four games in four days in foreign gyms saw coach Keisha Hunt’s squad go 3-1.

The No. 4-ranked Lady Hawks (7-1) wrapped up the trip with a 58-36 victory over Roland Park Country out of Baltimore, Maryland, in the Art Turner Tipoff Classic in Fairfax, Virginia.

Hamilton Heights went 3-1 on the grinding swing, including other wins over No.

3 Riverdale Baptist and No. 6 Pope Paul VI. The lone loss came Saturday in a rematch with Pope Paul.

The Lady Hawks, led by Elizabeth Balogun’s 25 points, enjoyed a 24-14 halftime lead and then put the game away with a 24-8 scoring edge in the third period.

Kamilla Cardosa scored 14 points for Hamilton Heights. Jazmine Massengill added five points, eight rebounds and six assists.


Hamilton Heights                10 14 24 10 – 58

Roland Park Country          4 10 8 10 -- 36

Hamilton Heights (58) – Massengill 5, Elizabeth Balogun 25, R. Balogun, Hunt 5, Rodrigues 5, Martinez 2, Kamilla Cardosa 14, Manzano, Jitoboh 2.

Roland Park Country (36) – Henson 8, M. McLean 11, Cookeville, Shaw, A. Carpenter 10, Green 3, Ferario 2, Carter, Smith, Robinson 2.

3-Point Goals – Hamilton Heights 6 (E. Balogun 2, Massengill 1, Rodrigues 1, Hunt 1), Roland Park Country 3 (Carpenter 2, Henson 1).

(Contact Larry Fleming at and on Twitter @larryfleming44)

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