Liz Brown scored a game-high 17 points and host No. 2 Seton Keough beat Arundel, 59-31, Tuesday.
The Gators improved to 6-4.
"They [Arundel] hung around for awhile," said Keough coach Jackie Boswell. "We pulled away at the end. Our defense gave them problems."
The Gators ran a half-court trap and threw in a zone to get easy steals and buckets to put the game ourt of reach.
Breonna Pinkcett led Arundel with 10 points, scoring most of those in the middle of the lane.
Seton Keough hosts Delone Catholic (Pa.) Thursday at 7 p.m.
No. 5 Digital Harbor 68, Edmondson 19: The visiting Rams (4-2) jumped out to an 18-0 lead after the first quarter and never looked back. Digital Harbor's Alexus Harrison scored 16 points and Markie Beckwith had 13.
No. 6 Aberdeen 66, Patterson Mill 24: Brianna Jones had 11 points to lead the host Eagles (6-0) past the Huskies.
Maya Reguero had eight points for Patteson Mill.
The Rams pressed in the first quarter before falling back into a zone the rest of the way.
North County 60, Mount de Sales 48: Denver Clyde had 32 points and 22 rebounds to power the host Knights (5-0) past the Sailors (5-1).
North County led 34-22 at the half.
No. 8 Dunbar 54, No. 10 Lake Clifton 45: Evan Singletary had 17 points and Aaron Parham had 14 to lead the host Poets (5-0) past the Lakers (5-1). Leron Fisher had a game-high 18 points for Lake Clifton.
No. 15 Douglass 56, Carver 51: Corey Saunders (21 points) hit a layup with 1:08 to give the visiting Ducks (5-0) a four-point lead they wouldn't surrender in the second overtime.
In regulation, Douglass trailed 42-40 when Trent Williams (7 points) made a layup to force overtime. The Bears forced the second overtime going 2-for-2 from the line in the closing seconds of the firsrt overtime.
Gilman 43, Loyola 39: Ryan Ripken had a game-high 20 points, including four 3-pointers, as the host Greyhounds (6-7) held on to beat the Dons (4-6).
Loyola led 23-12 at the half before Gilman outscored them 27-11 in the third quarter to take the lead for good. Mitch Cross had 14 points, including three 3-pointers for Loyola, who have lost five straight.
Broadneck 62, St. Mary's 57: Taquan Colbert (17 points) got some steals and easy layups in the final four minutes of play to lift the visiting Bruins (5-1) over the Saints.
Broadneck led 31-27 at the half, but St. Mary's tied the score with four minutes to go. Darnell Spence added 16 points and Dominique Spence had 14 for Broadneck.
No. 7 Owings Mills wins tri-meet: The host Eagles (11-0) beat Perry Hall and Towson to stay perfect.
Andrew Dardick (112) had a 12-second pin and Taran Carr (152), Kenny Johnson (135) and Kenneth Nunez (189) had two pins each.
Owings Mills defeated Perry Hall, 59-30, and Towson,. 61-12.
North County 41, Chesapeake-AA 40: In the final two matches, Lorenzo Maddox (215) got a pin and Paty Hyde (215) won by forfeit as the host Knights won by eighth criteria tiebreaker (most points in individual matches.)