Glen Burnie stuns No. 6 Annapolis in Class 4A East

March 03, 2010|By From Sun staff reports

Justin Kuntz and David Deavers combined to score 33 points - 17 and 16 respectively - as Glen Burnie upset No. 6 Annapolis, 61-51, in a Class 4A East quarterfinal Tuesday.

The host Panthers (19-2) were the top seed in the region, and the Gophers were ninth.

Glen Burnie took a 14-8 lead after the first quarter and outscored Annapolis in every quarter except the second, but still led 26-24 at the half.

Delmore Howard led the Panthers with 16 points.

North Point 73, No. 12 Arundel 62: Sequan Lawrence scored a game-high 19 points as the Eagles upset the No. 12 Wildcats (18-4) in Class 4A East.

Arundel was the second seed and North Point was 10th.

North Point scored 33 points in the paint to spark the win.

R.J. Harris led Arundel with 18 points and Brandon Belt had 16. The Wildcats' Tyler Washington added a double double with 10 points and 13 rebounds.

No. 5 City 93, Randallstown 54: Nick Faust had 24 points as the host Knights (19-2) defeated the Rams (16-8) in Class 2A North.

City jumped out to a 27-8 first-quarter lead and never looked back.

No. 8 Lake Clifton 63, Lansdowne 45: Josh Selby scored 27 points and the host Lakers (15-5) overcame a sluggish start to beat the Vikings in Class 2A North.

Leading 27-25 at the half, Lake Clifton scored 36 points in the second half. The Lakers face City on Thursday at 7 p.m. at Coppin State.

No. 9 Digital Harbor 80, Overlea 49: Davon Usher had a triple double with 25 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists for the Rams (18-4) in Class 2A North.

Justin Jackson led the Rams with 30 points. Digital Harbor faces Edmondson on Thursday at 5 p.m. at Coppin State.

No. 10 Old Mill 76, Severna Park 52: Chris Day paced the host Patriots (18-3) with 17 points and seven assists in Class 4A East. Old Mill led 20-4 in the first quarter.

Marquel Pratt added 17 points for the Patriots, who will host North Point on Thursday at 7 p.m.

No. 13 Patterson 76, Dulaney 45: Aquille Carr scored 22 points to power the host Clippers (16-6) past the Lions in Class 4A North.

Dulaney trailed by 12 at the half before Patterson outscored the Lions by 19 in the second half.

Perry Hall 67, Westminster 34: Colby Giacubeno had a game-high 27 points and Davonta Farrell added 14 to power the host Gators past the Owls in Class 4A North.

Perry Hall hosts Woodlawn on Thursday.

Walbrook 61, Forestville 59: Trailing by one with 15 seconds left, Dominique Jenkins made a steal and a 14-foot jumper to lift the host Warriors (11-11) over the Knights in Class 1A South.

Walbrook led most of the game before Forestville rallied midway through the fourth quarter and led by as many as five points. Troy Kelly had a double double for Walbrook with 21 points and 15 rebounds. Jenkins finished with 11 points.

Pikesville 68, Western Tech 55: Devohn Gilmore had 27 points to power the host Panthers (19-3) past the Wolverines in Class 1A North.

Pikesville faces New Town on Thursday at 7 p.m.

Centennial 26, River Hill 23: Matt Harbinson paced the Eagles (12-8) with 12 points as they outlasted the Hawks (15-6) in Class 3A East.

Centennial out-rebounded River Hill 41-30 and will travel to Atholton on Thursday at 7 p.m.

Owings Mills 63, Patterson Mill 53: Eric Gershowitz and Carjahn Jenikins had 12 points apiece for the host Eagles (17-6) in Class 1A North. Owings Mills outscored the Huskies 36-24 in the second half.

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