At Joppatowne, the Mariners (18-3) got a monster game from Shakara Head as the Mariners rolled over visiting Rising Sun, 68-39. Head nearly outscored the Tigers herself, scoring 38 points. She added 13 rebounds for a double-double. Lakiah Huff added 13 points and nine assists.
In Fallston, meanwhile, the Cougars advanced with a 58-33 win over Harford Tech.
Alyssa March scored 15 points to lead the Cougars (13-7), while Rachael Holehouse and Devin Brady each netted eight points.
Britany Chavis paced Tech (4-15) with 13 points and Emily Edmunds finished with nine.
Rams move on
Edgewood had no trouble moving on after a 64-26 win over visiting North East. The Rams led 30-11 at the half.
Jada Hatcher pumped in 22 points to pace the Rams (12-9), while Shania Stamper added 20 points.
Huskies win big, too
Patterson Mill (15-5) was also an easy winner, beating visiting Elkton, 67-30. Carlee Lund scored 20 points to lead four Huskies in double figures. Sam Herman and Qalea Ismail each scored 13 and Morgan Golec netted 12.
Mustangs beat Hawks
C. Milton Wright moved on in 3A North, besting visiting North Harford, 51-46, despite trailing 24-23 at the half.
Allie Appleby led the Mustangs (17-5) with 15 points and Brittany Haber tallied 13 points. Abby Smucker chipped in with 10 rebounds. CMW will host Hereford on Monday at 6 p.m.
Morgan Knox had 15 points to lead North Harford, while Sarah Heaps had 14 and Jules Schrof added 12.
The loss ended North Harford's season at 13-8.
Bel Air, also playing in 3A North on the road at Hereford, saw its season end with a 47-40 loss to the Bulls. The Bobcats (4-16) trailed 23-12 at the half.
Kim Harrell scored 13 points and Caela Tindilia scored 11 as both seniors played in their final game.
Warriors beat Falcons
Havre de Grace, the county's only 1A school, picked up a 1A North win, beating visiting Overlea, 48-36. A close game throughout, Havre de Grace (5-15) outscored Overlea 16-4 in the final quarter to pull away for the win.
Katie Bubb had a big night, scoring a team-high 18 points, while Addie Richardson scored 17. Senior Jade McDonnell had six points, including a three-point basket in the fourth quarter to put the Warriors ahead for good.