Photo by Daniel Kucin Jr. Crystal Langhorne led the Washington Mystics with 27 points against the Phoenix Mercury.
Published on: Tuesday, July 02, 2013
By Daniel Kucin Jr.
Girls’ basketball standout keeping college options open
Riverdale Baptist guard Chloe Jackson is still looking to find the right fit for collegiate play. The 5-foot-9 basketball star is the only uncommitted player on the Washington Post’s 2013 All-Met first team. She averaged more than 15 points per game last season. Jackson also was Riverdale Baptist’s best perimeter shooter with 54 3-pointers this season. She aspires to be a journalist or broadcaster.
Terps alumna leads Mystics in scoring
The Washington Mystics (5-6) fell 107-97 to the Phoenix Mercury last Thursday night. But, former University of Maryland, College Park standout Crystal Langhorne led the Mystics with 27 points. She went 12-13 from the field and grabbed five rebounds. Langhorne will face fellow Maryland alumna Tianna Hawkins and the Seattle Storm on Saturday.
Baysox ace rains down on Senators
Bowie Baysox pitcher Eddie Gamboa threw a no-hitter in a seven-inning showing against the Harrisburg Senators on Sunday. The second game of the double-header was postponed due to inclement weather conditions, but Gamboa rained down on the Senators with seven shutout innings and five strikeouts. Of the 103 pitches Gamboa threw, 58 were strikes.