Games To Watch

February 08, 2006

Anne Arundel

Who

No. 6 Arundel at Annapolis

Sport, when

Girls basketball, Friday, 5:15 p.m.

Outlook

The host Panthers could enhance their chances of playing in the county title game on Feb. 21 at Meade with an upset of the Wildcats. The top two finishers over the 16-game county schedule will play in the final. Unbeaten Arundel has all but clinched one of the two berths, with No. 14 South River, Old Mill and Annapolis vying for the other. Omara Parker leads Annapolis with 20.3 points per game, while freshman Simone Egwu and senior Jazman Ramsey lead Arundel's rebounders with 11.3 and 8.7 per game, respectively.

Baltimore City

Who

No. 12 Mervo at City

Sport, when

Boys basketball, tomorrow, 5:15 p.m.

Outlook

This intriguing Baltimore City League matchup pits Mervo coach Daryl Wade against the team he brought to playoff prominence six years ago when he coached City. The Knights, who were ranked earlier in the season, are now guided by Mike Daniel, who is in his first year at City after having coached for a number of years at Baltimore Catholic League power Towson Catholic.

Harford

Who

Aberdeen at Edgewood

Sport, when

Boys basketball, Friday, 7 p.m.

Outlook

This game between the two division leaders could be a preview of the Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference championship game. Aberdeen, which can put five guards on the floor at once and is an athletic team, has won 26 straight UCBAC games. Edgewood has won 11 straight overall. The game will not count in the conference standings because the teams are in different divisions.

Baltimore County

Who

Milford Mill at No. 7 New Town

Sport, when

Girls basketball, Friday, 7 p.m.

Outlook

The Titans can wrap up a trip to the county championship game with a victory over one of their closest Class 2A-1A Division rivals. Milford Mill and All-Metro Coach of the Year DeToiya McAliley took the Class 3A state title before dropping to 2A this season. The Titans are unbeaten in the division in their second year as a varsity program.

Carroll

Who

North Carroll at Urbana

Sport, when

Boys basketball, Monday, 7 p.m.

Outlook

Urbana of Frederick County hosts the Panthers, whom the Hawks defeated by eight points when the teams played last month. Brandon Tomlinson and Taylor Bosley together average more than 30 points for the Hampstead team.

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