Roundup: No. 9 Oakland Mills boys fall to Bowie, 72-71

December 28, 2013|From Sun staff reports

Dejuan Smith and Jared Gray combined to score 57 points and lead Bowie past No. 9 Oakland Mills, 72-71, at the host Scorpions' boys basketball tournament Friday night.

Smith scored a game-high 34 points, including five 3-pointers, and Gray had 23. The Bulldogs (5-2) committed 34 shooting fouls, but the Scorpions (6-1) converted only 18 (53 percent). Mamadou Ndiaye had 21 points for Oakland Mills.

No. 13 New Town 68, Edgewood 35: Danny Sherrod scored 19 points, and the Titans (3-2) routed the Rams (3-2) at the Scorpions Tournament at Oakland Mills.

New Town led 32-20 at halftime.

No. 14 Lake Clifton 63, Parkville 28: Stefon Brown scored a game-high 20 points to lead the Lakers (5-0) past the Knights (2-5) at the Dundalk Holiday Tournament.


James Madison (Va.) 74, No. 3 Roland Park 68: The Reds (6-2) rallied from a 21-point deficit to get within six in the second half, but they fell to the Warhawks at the Bulldog Bash in Chantilly, Va.

No. 4 Milford Mill 74, Bladensburg 29: Dionna White scored her 1,000th career point in the first quarter and finished with a game-high 19 points to power the Millers (6-0) past the Mustangs at the Lady Millers Tournament.

Milford Mill faces Meade today at 4 p.m.

Life Center (N.J.) 73, No. 6 St. Frances 57: Adre'onia Coleman had a 20-point effort, but the Panthers (8-3) fell to the Warriors at the Boo Williams Tournament in Hampton, Va.

No. 9 City 60, Sherwood 16: Dyzhanay Burton scored 15 points to lead the Knights (7-0) past the Warriors at the Lady Millers Tournament at Milford Mill.

No. 13 Catonsville 35, North Harford 30: The Comets' game against the Hawks in the BBOWS Holly & Hoops Holiday Basketball Tournament was a matter of survival. They had to survive mistakes and dodge a couple of gritty comebacks before prevailing.

"We were fortunate," said Catonsville coach Mike Mohler, whose team committed 29 turnovers. "I told the kids, 'You go through the season and sometimes you end winning — some you probably didn't deserve to win.'"  

Tom Worgo, Baltimore Sun Media Group

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