January 16, 2008|By Pat O'Malley

Girls basketball

No. 15 Archbishop Spalding @ No. 1 Seton Keough

Friday, 5:30 p.m. Outlook: The visiting Cavaliers get a shot at the area's top-ranked team, which is undefeated in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference AY Division. If the Cavaliers are to pull the upset, the play of junior Jordan Clinton and sophomore Janay Brinkley will be crucial. Spalding is second in the AX Division behind St. Frances. THE SUN'S PICK: Seton Keough

BOYS BASKETBALL Severna Park @ No. 12 Broadneck

Saturday, 2.30 p.m. Outlook: A rare Saturday afternoon game finds the Bruins hosting the Falcons, a neighborhood rival who entered this week with a 6-5 record. The quickness of several Broadneck players, including leading scorers J.J. Hicks and Mike Atkins, and the rebounding and scoring of Kevin Hunt gives the Bruins the advantage. The Falcons have an outstanding big man in 6-foot-8 Brad Bald, a transfer from Archbishop Spalding who is headed to UNC-Wilmington. Bald could create some problems in the paint, and it will be interesting to see how Hunt plays against him. THE SUN'S PICK: Broadneck

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