Roundup: Sekwi lifts Southwestern over Southside Academy in 2OT

January 09, 2013|From Sun staff reports

The Southwestern and Southside Academy boys basketball teams were on the verge of a third overtime with the score tied at 55 for more than two minutes and with only seconds remaining.

But Aubrey Sekwi made a driving layup with 0.9 of a second left, got fouled and made his free throw to lift the visiting Sabers over the Jaguars, 58-55.

Sekwi led the Sabers (7-3) with 15 points, and Juwan Harrell added 14. Harrell forced the first overtime by getting fouled and making two free throws to tie the score at 45 with 2.9 seconds left in regulation. Southside forced the second overtime.

No. 10 Poly 64, No. 15 Patterson 54: Darrion Stokes-Graham, who had a game-high 23 points and 12 rebounds, made three 3-pointers in a row to fuel a 10-0 run and help the host Engineers (9-2) pull away from the Clippers (8-3).

Patterson opened with an 8-0 lead and trailed by one at halfitme. In the second half, Poly was able to seal off Patterson's inside game. Stokes-Graham finished with a game-high 23 points and 12 rebounds.

Digital Harbor 68, No. 14 Forest Park 61: Rysheed Corbin scored a game-high 28 points, but the host Rams (6-3) upset the Foresters (7-3).

Forest Park led by nine at the half, but Digital Harbor won the battle of the boards in the second half and took the lead for good late in the third quarter. Corey Mendez had 20 points and 10rebounds to lead the Rams.

Cristo Rey Jesuit 68, Key School 61: The host Hornets (8-4) won their fourth straight .

No. 4 Poly 56, Patterson 4: The Engineers (10-2) held the host Clippers to two field goals.

Nkeiruka Okoroie, Jasmine Smith and Aneah Young led Poly with nine points each.

No. 5 Digital Harbor 91, Forest Park 6: In a game that featured no fouls, Deja Williamson scored 17 points to lead the visiting Rams (10-1) past the Foresters.

Digital Harbor went 45-for-60 from the field. Forest Park was 2-for-30, with all points scored by one player.

No. 12 City 66, Lake Clifton 11: All but one player scored as the visiting Knights won their 11th straight.

Trana Ford scored a game-high 19points and Brionna Bea added 10 for City, which led 47-7 at the break.

No. 13 Patterson Mill 63, North Harford 44: Morgan Golec scored a game-high 21 points and Samantha Herman added 18 for the visiting Huskies (9-2).

Dunbar 64, Edmondson 30: Shamar Prilliman and Lashay Stackhouse each scored 13 points to power the visiting Poets (8-3) past the Red Storm.

Dunbar led 34-15 at the half.


No. 5 River Hill wins two: The Hawks (22-5) won both matches at No. 11 Reservoir: They defeated Howard, 68-9, and the host Gators (6-3), 45-21.

River Hill won six matches by forfeit, including four in a row, to beat Howard.

The Hawks won four matches by pin: Ryan Erskine (120), Lee Carter (138), Casey Guither (160) and Cory Daniel (195).

And against Reservoir, River Hill won the first six matches and cruised.

No. 9 Owings Mills 37, Catonsville 33: Jake Rendellman (120) got bumped up a weight class and got the pin in 5:18 and the host Eagles (12-3) clinched with a 37-24 lead with three matches to go.

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