No. 13 Poly took an early lead Wednesday, but Digital Harbor kept hanging around. The host Engineers saw their 10-point lead cut in the second half, but held on to win, 74-68.
Darrion Stokes-Graham had 21 points and 13 rebounds to lead Poly.
The Engineers led 14-10 after the first quarter and never were up by more than six points in the second half. Corey Mendez finished with a game-high 22 points for Digital Harbor.
No. 7 Dunbar 73, Friendship Academy of Science and Technology 29: The host Poets (17-3) won their second game in as many days. Evan Singletary had a game-high 18 points and Aaron Parham added 13 for Dunbar, which led 49-24 at halftime.
No. 11 City 61, Reginald F. Lewis 19: Tyreke Richburg and Chris Chong-qui each scored 12 points to power the host Knights (17-5) past the Falcons.
City led 21-10 after the first quarter and never looked back.
Annapolis Area Christian School 66, St.Mary's 53: Conor Lipinski scored 16 points and the host Eagles (16-11) beat the Saints (16-11) in an MIAA BConference quarterfinal.
New Town 71, Randallstown 67, OT: The Titans outscored the host Rams 12-8 in overtime. Randallstown (17-5) trailed 59-56 when Jerell Cook hit a 3-pointer with 1.8 seconds left to force overtime.