Wrestling, Hoop Teams Hit Road For Holiday Tournaments

December 23, 1990

Harford County teams will be on the road this holiday week to compete in basketball and wrestling tournaments.

In boys basketball, Joppatowne, Fallston, Edgewood, Bel Air, North Harford, Havre de Grace, Aberdeen and C. Milton Wright will all see tournament action.

Joppatowne will compete in the North East Invitational in Cecil County Thursday and Friday. The Mariners will face Perryville in the first round Thursday at 6 p.m. North East meets Friends (Del.) at 8. The consolation game is at 6 p.m. Friday followed by the championship at 8.

Fallston heads to the Dulaney Christmas Tournament also to be held Thursday and Friday. The Cougars will open with Archbishop Curley at 6 p.m.

while Dulaney meets Loch Raven at 8. The consolation game will go at 6 p.m.

Friday with the championship at 8.

Edgewood heads to Anne Arundel County for the Meade Christmas Tournament. On Thursday, the Rams will meet Glen Burnie at 6 p.m. Old Mill plays Meade in the other bracket at 8. The consolation game is at 6 p.m.

Friday and the championship at 8.

Bel Air will meet Glenelg at 4 p.m. Thursday in the opener of the Liberty Bell Tournament at Liberty High School in Carroll County. Owings Mills plays Liberty in the other bracket at 8. The consolation game goes at 4 p.m. with the championship game at 8.

North Harford, Havre de Grace, Aberdeen and C. Milton Wright will be at the Baltimore County Tournament at Essex Community College. Competition will be held in three divisions beginning on Thursday. In the Blue Division, Northern meets Overlea at 1:30 and Dundalk plays Havre de Grace at 3. In the Gold Division, Catonsville meets Atholton at 4:30 and C.M.

Wright plays Lansdowne at 6. In the White Division, Towson Catholic plays Chesapeake (Baltimore County) at 7:30 and Milford Mill faces North Harford at 9.

The competition will continue in the Baltimore County tournament Friday with the Blue Division consolation at 1:30, the Gold Division consolation at 3:15 and the White Division consolation at 5. In the Red Division: EVT meets Bowie at 6:45 and Aberdeen plays Perry Hall at 8:30.

On Friday the consolation of the Red Division will lead off the action in the final day at 1:30 followed by the Blue Division championship at 3:15, the Gold Division championship at 5, the White Division championship at 6:45 and the Red Division championship at 8:30.

In girls basketball, North Harford, Edgewood, Joppatowne and John Carroll will compete in tournaments later this week.

North Harford will go to the Holly and Hoops Tournament at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County campus near Catonsville. The Hawks will meet Leonardtown at 5 p.m. Wednesday. IND will play Southern (Anne Arundel) in the other bracket. The consolation will be held at 3 p.m.

Thursday with the championship at 7.

Edgewood is headed for the Arundel Tournament at Arundel High in Anne Arundel County. The Rams will play Northeast (Anne Arundel) at noon with Arundel and Bowie squaring off at 10 a.m. Wednesday. The consolation will go at 10 a.m. on Thursday with the title game to follow at noon.

Joppatowne will play in the North East Invitational. The Mariner girls will open Thursday with Elkton at 2 p.m. while Perryville takes on North East at 4. The consolation will be Friday at 2 followed by the championship at 4.

John Carroll will play in the Noel Classic at Archbishop Spalding High School beginning Thursday. The Patriots will meet St. Mary's at 4 p.m.

North County, Mercy, Old Mill, Mount de Sales, Spalding and Centennial will also participate. Consolation games will be at 4 and 6 p.m. Friday with semifinals at 6 and 8 p.m. The schedule for Saturday begins with 7th place consolation at 2 followed by 5th place consolation at 4, 3rd place consolation at 6 and the championship at 8.

In wrestling, Bel Air will be at the Francis Scott Key Tournament in Carroll County while North Harford and Havre de Grace travel to the Smithsburg Tournament in Western Maryland. Both events begin at 11 a.m.

Friday.

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