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Third time a charm for Wildcats The Northwestern High School girls basketball team pulled off the upset of the season on Tuesday night with a 55 36 victory against Henry A. Wise. The Wildcats broke Wise's eight game winning streak and turned the tables on the Pumas, who had beaten Northwestern twice in December. Wise dropped to 13 4 overall and 11 2 in the County 4A League. Northwestern is 9 7, 8 4. Northwestern point guard Jazmyn Robinson dictated the pace, cruising through Wise full court press on her way to 12 points and a team high eight assists. Chatia Johnson led Northwestern with 13 points. Meanwhile, Wise shot a season low 39 percent from the foul line. "I think we had great, balanced offensive production," said Northwestern coach Eric Sampson. "We finally got some emotion." Wise beat Northwestern, 54 48, on Dec. 16 in Upper Marlboro and 49 35 on Dec. 27 in the IAABO Tournament at Prince George Community College. The experience from those games moved Sampson to call for a double team of Pumas forward Morgan Pope Addison, a force in the paint who has led her team in scoring this season. Pope Addison, who totaled 30 points in the two wins agianst Northwestern, scored just four in Tuesday's loss. Wise coach Walter Clark credits Northwestern freshman forward Simone Sampson with taking control of the paint. "The big freshman controlled the middle like she was an upperclassman," Clark said of Sampson, who scored nine points. "They outplayed us. They outhustled. They outcoached us. Bottom line, no excuses." Seton junior guard Tyuanna Marshall tallied 23 points and 12 rebounds during her team's win over visiting St. Mary's Ryken. Seton bounced back from losses last week to Good Counsel and Jericho Christian to improve to 16 3 overall and 9 2 in the WCAC. Senior forward Alex Telfox added 11 in the win. The Mustangs extended winless High Point misfortunes, as Joelle Hill and Uchechi Ahaiwe led Bladensburg with 20 and 19 points, respectively. "We just played aggressive defense in the first half and then second half we just kind of backed off," said Bladensburg coach Lester Butler. Dachelle Robinson, who has led High Point in scoring in all but two games this season, scored 10 points. A balanced scoring attack carried Flowers to a County 4A League victory over Parkdale. Dominique Person led the Jaguars with 16 points. Lauren Brown and Brittney Waters each scored nine points, while Nikia Gorham added eight. Tesshia Plummer scored 11 points to lead Parkdale. Four quarters was not enough time for the Eleanor Roosevelt High School boys' basketball team to put away pesky visiting DuVal on Tuesday night. In fact, it took the Raiders two overtimes to dispatch the Tigers, 79 73, in a County 4A League game. DuVal's Gary Martin hit a 3 pointer with 8 seconds left in regulation to push the game to overtime. In the first overtime period, Roosevelt's Domonique McNeal (12 points) hit a pair of free throws to tie the game with less than 30 seconds left. DuVal held for the last shot and missed, sending the game to a second overtime. DuVal (9 5 overall, 7 5 County 4A) seemed determined not to go away, as James Brown hit a 3 pointer to begin the second extra period. But Roosevelt (13 4, 11 4) took the lead for good on a pair of 3 pointers from James Smith. Lasan Kromah led the host Raiders with 30 points and 15 rebounds. Kromah's rebounding numbers are particularly impressive considering he plays guard for the undersized Raiders. Smith finished with 18 points. Wise dispatched visiting Northwestern on Tuesday night behind 14 points from senior guard David Golladay. Wise, which improved to 14 3 overall, is in first in County 4A League with an 11 2 conference record. The Pumas have a half game lead over Laurel (10 2 in the league).