Winter sports: No. 7 City survives rally by No.12 Randallstown, 55-50

December 14, 2012|From Sun staff reports

No. 7 City thought it had the boys basketball game well in hand Thursday with a 12-point lead after three quarters, but No. 12 Randallstown had other ideas.

The Rams (2-1) scored 22 points in a furious fourth-quarter rally, but the Knights (4-0) held on to win, 55-50.

Randallstown used four 3-pointers to spark the 22-15 run in the fourth. City got double-digit scoring from Omari George (16), Juwan Grant (16) and Tim Bond (12).

No. 4 Edmondson 77, Woodlawn 44: The host Red Storm (4-0) went 26-for-30 from the free-throw line to beat the Warriors.

Isaiah Tripp had a game-high 17points for Edmondson. Justin Brown led Woodlawn with 16 points.

Southwestern 56, Maritime Industries 42: Juwan Harrell scored 14 points to lead the Sabres (3-1) past the Anchors.

Southwestern led 34-23 at halftime.

Girls basketball

No. 6 Digital Harbor 60, Laurel 25: The host Rams (2-1) out-rebounded the Spartans by 35 and led 23-6 after the first quarter.

Tye Smith had a game-high 15points, and Miqueara Lewis added 14 for Digital Harbor. The Rams used a matchup zone and full-court pressure to take a 39-12 lead at halftime.


No. 7 Owings Mills 52, Milford Mill 27: The host Eagles (2-0) started strong in winning the first three matches, but lost the last three by pins. Owings Mills' Zach Friedman (106) got the first pin in 3 minutes, 46seconds and Jake Rendelman (113) pinned his opponent in 28 seconds.

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