Broadneck wins, 83-71, over No. 9 Annapolis in boys basketball

Patterson, Lake Clifton victorious

Seton Keough tops Mercy

December 11, 2010|By From Sun staff reports

No. 4 Mount St. Joseph was undone by low scoring in the first half and by the quickness of Charlotte Christian (N.C.) as the Knights won, 56-46, on Friday in the opening round of the Gonzaga Classic in Washington.

Anthony Gill had 11 points for Charlotte (7-0) and Kameron Williams led the Gaels (4-2) with 10.

Mount St. Joseph faces Good Counsel (0-5) in today's consolation game at 5 p.m.

Broadneck 83, No. 9 Annapolis 71: The host Bruins (2-) controlled the second and third quarters to upset the Panthers (2-1).

Broadneck was led by Trae Byes with a game-high 24 points and Darnell Solomon with 23.

Tajuan Watson finished with 12 for Annapolis.

No. 5 Patterson 69, Calvert Hall 44: Aquille Carr had a game-high 30 points to power the visiting Clippers (2-0) past the Cardinals (3-3).

Calvert Hall got within six points of Patterson in the second half, but no closer. Justin Beck led the Cardinals with 17 points.

Archbishop Spalding 72, No. 12 Glenelg Country School 65: The host Cavaliers oustcored the Dragons (4-1) 21-12 in the third quarter to key the upset. Eric Fisher led Spalding with 27 points. Isaiah Miles had 15 for Glenelg Country.

No. 13 Lake Clifton 81, W.E.B. Du Bois 61: LeRon Fisher scored a game-high 23 points to power the host Lakers (2-0) past the Panthers (0-2). Lake Clifton outscored Du Bois, 27-12, in the third quarter.

No. 14 Forest Park 61, Southwestern 37: Quintin Judd and Deanthony McCormick each scored 17 points for the visiting Foresters (3-0). A full-court press forced turnovers in the second half and allowed Forest Park to pull away.

Bel Air 61, No. 15 Havre de Grace 54: Nick Gertz had 13 points and the host Bobcats (2-1) maintained at least a five-point lead throughout the game to upset the Warriors (0-1).

Havre de Grace's Nate Jones led all scorers with 19 points.

Loyola 75, C. Milton Wright 62: The Dons (3-1) bounced back from Wednesday's 51-46 loss to Landon. Dan Vigus had a game-high 29 points and Mitch Cross had 20. The Mustangs fell to 0-3.

Girls

No. 2 Seton Keough 61, Mercy 18: Liz Brown had 12 points and the host Gators (2-2) beat the Magic (0-2). Seton Keough started the game with a 21-3 run and never looked back.

No. 7 Digital Harbor 55, Dunbar (D.C.) 24: Alexus Harrison had a double double (17 points, 19 rebounds) to power the visiting Rams (2-0) past the Crimson Tide at the D.C./Baltimore Challenge at Eastern (D.C.).

No. 9 South River 79, Severna Park 52: Bria Bolden had 15 points to power the visiting Seahawks (3-0) past the Falcons (0-2).

No. 11 Roland Park 50, Severn 43: Lauren Edwards scored 15 points and Daisy Alaeze had 10 to pace the host Reds (3-1) past the Admirals.

Severn's Deja Gibson led all scorers with 17 points.

Maryvale 74, Park 63, 2OT: The Lions (1-2) went on an 11-0 run in the second overtime to beat the Bruins.

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