Roundup: Glenelg Country, AACS boys reach MIAA 'B' final

Top-seeded Dragons use run to beat St. Vincent Pallotti, 74-53

Eagles edge St. Paul's, 46-44

February 16, 2011|By From Sun Staff Reports

Top-seeded Glenelg Country School (24-3) used a game-high 31 points from Isaiah Miles to handle visiting St. Vincent Pallotti, 74-53, on Wednesday in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference semifinal.

The Dragons went on a 27-7 run to start the first quarter and never looked back.

Glenelg Country will face Annapolis Area Christian School, a 46-44 winner over St. Paul's, in the championship game.

Douglass 65, No. 13 Lake Clifton 59: Dwayne Brewer scored a game-high 21 points, and a full-court press in the final two minutes fueled the upset.

The Ducks improved to 14-7, and the Lakers fell to 14-6.

Annapolis Area Christian School 46, St. Paul's 44: Phillips Perry (13 points) scored with 1.3 seconds left to lift the visiting Eagles (20-9) over the Crusaders in an MIAA B Conference semifinal.

AACS trailed 23-17 at the half against a very physical St. Paul's team, but the Eagles chipped away at the lead, knocking it down from seven to tying the score at 44 with two minutes to go.

Conner Lipinski lobbed an alley-oop pass to Perry to score the game-winning bucket.

AACS will face top seed Glenelg Country School in the championship game.

Masonville Cove 56, Poly 48: Antoine Montgomery had 16 points and the host Bayhawks (13-6) switched to a 1-3-1 zone and a 3-4 press that troubled the Engineers.

Owings Mills 72, Overlea 46: Isaac Brown scored a game-high 20 points to power the visiting Eagles (20-2) over the Falcons.

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