Roundup: Glen Burnie boys rally past Broadneck in 4A East semi, 64-54

Top-ranked Patterson routs Perry Hall, 90-72

March 02, 2011|By From Sun Staff Reports

A streak of 3-pointers nearly carried host No. 14 Broadneck to Friday's regional final. But when the 3s stopped falling, No. 15 Glen Burnie went on a 31-11 run to close out the game and win, 64-54, in a Class 4A East regional semifinal Wednesday.

The Bruins (21-4) made nine 3-pointers and led, 30-27, at the half. Glen Burnie trailed by 10 in the third quarter before rallying. Larry Mike had 23 points and 10 rebounds for the Gophers, who lost in last year's semifinal to Great Mills. Glen Burnie faces host North Point, a 93-59 winner over Old Mill.

No. 1 Patterson 91, Perry Hall 72: Aquille Carr scored a game-high 34 points to power the host Clippers (23-1) past the Gators (12-10) in Class 4A North.

Rickey Meekins added 20 points for Patterson, which faces the winner of the Urbana-Kenwood game Friday.

No. 3 Milford Mill 80, Patapsco 58: Katrell Myers scored 16 points to lead the host Millers (22-2) past the Patriots in Class 3A North.

Patapsco made 22 of its 58 points from the free-throw line. Milford Mill hosts Parkville on Friday at 7 p.m. in the regional final.

No. 8 Dunbar 76, Fairmont Heights 56: The defending Class 1A state champion Poets are making their push to reclaim the title in 2011.

Dunbar extended its 15-8 first-quarter lead by adjusting to the Hornets' full-court press.

Dunbar started sharing the ball more to open up the floor and scoring opportunities in a Class 1A South regional semifinal.

Evan Singletary had 18 points and Aaron Parham added 12 for the Poets, who advance to Friday's regional final against the winner of Forest Park's game with Surrattsville-Prince George's. Fairmont Heights' Keith Jackson led all scorers with 20 points.

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