Havre de Grace's Lavell McCullers had 22 points and eight rebounds.
Joppatowne tops Bo Manor
Playing on their home court Friday, the Joppatowne Mariners continued their dominance of the lower division with a 65-37 win over visiting Bo Manor.
Leading the way for the Mariners was Matthew Jones, who posted 16 points, four assists and three steals. Gary Blackston had 14 points and eight rebounds in the victory, while teammate Markell Huggins notched 13 points and 10 rebounds. Joppatowne's Khalil Gore came through with eight points, while fellow Mariner Jermaine Head had five points and a team-best eight assists.
CMW busts Fallston
The C. Milton Wright Mustangs took an upper-division win over Fallston (3-11 overall, 1-7 Chesapeake) on Friday, beating the visiting Cougars, 60-43.
Mychal Stefanides scored 22 points in the victory, while teammate Corey Bays netted 12 points. Will Hazelton had 11 points for CMW and Jamal Worthington had six.
Hazelton and Stefanides both had five assists and four steals, which were team-high totals. CMW's Sam Hahner had three points and led the Mustangs in rebounds with six.
Fallston's top scorer was Wyatt Alexander, who netted 16 points.
Patterson Mill smashes Elkton
The Patterson Mill Huskies (12-4 overall, 8-1 Chesapeake) won at home on Friday, dispatching the Elkton Golden Elks, 54-31.
Up 25-21 at halftime, the Huskies outscored the Elks, 29-10, over the final two quarters.
Kevin Dorsey led the Huskies in scoring with 12 points. Khalid Smith and Bryce Butler each scored 11 points for the winning squad, while Mike Reed was close behind with 10 points. Patterson Mill's Zach Dorn had six points.
Tech beats Rising Sun
The Harford Tech boys got a victory on Friday night, defeating the North East Indians, 51-34.
Isaiah Gills had 13 points, 25 rebounds and five blocks in the victory, while the Cobras' Hunter Norcross posted 11 points and 10 rebounds. Harford Tech's Tyler Mister had 10 points.
Patriots split two games
Playing at Coolidge High in Washington D.C. on Saturday, the John Carroll Patriots fell short in a 69-58 loss to the Dunbar squad.
The two squads were tied, 25-25, at halftime, and heading into the fourth quarter the game was still deadlocked, 29-29.
John Carroll's Rodney Elliott finished with 26 points, six rebounds, three steals and two assists, while Kimbal Mackenzie put up 20 points, six rebounds, three steals and two assists. The Patriots' Mike Owona had six points, four rebounds, one block and one steal, while teammate Jordan Martin notched four rebounds, two points, one assist and one steal. Michael Tertsea had three rebounds and one point in the loss.
At home the previous evening, the Patriots pulled out their 12th straight victory over rival McDonogh, knocking off the visiting Eagles, 52-42.
Elliott had a season-best performance in the win, notching 31 points, four rebounds, one assist and one steal. Martin finished with five points, four assists, three steals and three rebounds, while Mackenzie came through with nine points, three assists and one rebound. Lionel Owona led the Patriots in rebounding with six boards, blocked two shots, scored two point, and had one steal.
North Harford over Harford Christian
The North Harford Hawks won on the road Thursday night, overcoming a halftime deficit to edge out the Harford Christian Eagles, 55-49.
The visiting Hawks trailed, 21-19, at the halftime intermission, and were behind, 34-27, in the third quarter before head coach Jeff Burrows said his team "woke up."
Leading the North Harford charge was Brock Hurley, who had 25 points, 12 rebounds and six steals.
Madison Varvaris posted six points and three assists in the victory, while Nic Hammer came through with eight points, seven rebounds and three assists. North Harford's Ryan Feiss notched six points and four steals.
The Hawks had a tough night at the charity stripe, hitting just 18 of 42 free throws.
With the win, North Harford (2-5 Chesapeake) improved to 7-8 overall.