Women’s Basketball: Carr, Hoban power Potomac State’s rout

ARNOLD, MD — Former Keyser High standouts Lexi Carr and Katie Hoban had big games and Potomac State had another solid team shooting performance in a 78-49 romp over Anne Arundel in junior college women’s basketball Tuesday evening.

Carr, a 5-foot-4 sophomore, hit seven field goals and all five of her free throws for a game-high 19 points. Hoban, a 5-9 freshman, scored 14 points, grabbed seven rebounds, and also had five steals, two assists and two blocks in her second collegiate game. 

Courtney Davis added 13 points and Elizabeth Mills had two points, seven rebounds, three assists and three blocked shots for the Catamounts (2-0), who had 12 players score. They led 17-5 after one quarter and 39-16 at halftime. 

Potomac State shot 32 for 54 (59 percent) from the field on two-point shots, and was 34 for 65 (52 percent) overall. The Cats also made 10 of 12 free throws. 

Diana Taylor had 16 points, seven rebounds, five steals and four assists for Anne Arundel (0-1), which had 33 turnovers. 

Potomac State will play in the David K. Martin Legacy Tournament at Garrett College on Friday and Saturday. The Cats will play Niagara on Friday at 2 p.m., and Clark State on Saturday at 2 p.m.