Faust helps City win suspended game

February 14, 2011|By From Sun staff reports

Nick Faust finished with 30 points Monday as No. 7 City closed out a 64-52 win over No. 4 Edmondson at Northwestern in a game that was suspended Feb. 4 after a fight broke out in City's stands.

The game resumed with 5:37 left in the fourth quarter, City leading, 48-34, and Edmondson shooting four technical free throws.

"We tried to come out aggressive, but the game turned into a foul-shooting expose," City coach Mike Daniel said.

The Maryland-bound Faust scored 11 points Monday to go with the 19 he had Feb. 4. Only players, coaches and school officials were allowed to attend Monday's game.

City improved its record to 12-7, while Edmondson fell to 14-3.

No. 1 Patterson 105, Chesapeake-BC 54: Aquille Carr scored 14 points and dished out 15 assists as the area's top-ranked team cruised to an easy victory over the visiting Bay Hawks. Rickey Meekins added 20 for the host Clippers (19-1).

Masonville Cove 69, Woodlawn 64: Antoine Montgomery had 25 points and 16 rebounds, and Leon Fleming added 18 points and four assists to power the Bayhawks, a first-year program, past the Warriors.

Girls

New Town 65, Sparrows Point 39: Sophomore Jannah Tucker scored 31 points, marking the seventh time in seven games she has scored at least 30, as the Titans topped the Pointers.

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