"It's nothing to me, I just wish people would leave me alone and let me do my thing," James had said after the game in reference to win number 600. "It just puts more pressure on me. I don't think it puts pressure on the kids, because we don't talk about it."
North Harford's lone senior, Morgan Knox, led all scorers with 20 points.
Nicole Viscuso paced Hereford with 14 points and 19 rebounds. Noelle Funk added 10 points and Kendra Herbenar had nine.
Eagles open with win
Defending 3A State Champion Aberdeen opened its season Thursday with a 67-52 win over Milford Mill in a Beast of the East game at St. Frances in Baltimore.
Brionna Jones scored 21 points and grabbed 13 rebounds to lead the way, while younger sister, Stephanie Jones, had 17 points and 10 rebounds in her first varsity game.
The Eagles led at the half, 41-28.
Bobcats get first win
Bel Air (1-1) earned its first win Friday night, winning 41-25 on the road at Eastern Tech. The Bobcats led 19-12 at the half.
Jamie Bittner and Cassidy Jones scored 11 points each to pace the Bobcats and Connor Hanley pulled down 17 rebounds.
Huskies roll over Warriors
Patterson Mill (2-0) had no trouble in its first road game of the season, thumping host Havre de Grace( 0-2), 58-4, Friday evening.
Qalea Ismail led the Huskies with 18 points and Maya Peguero added nine.
Aro three-pointer leads Mustangs
Megan Aro's three-point basket with seven seconds left led C. Milton Wright (2-0) past visiting Edgewood, 49-46, Friday night.
Aro paced the Mustangs with 14 points and Abby Smucker finished with 11. Savannah Humphreys added nine points and nine rebounds.
Shania Stamper led all scorers with 18 points and Tymira Stamper had eight points for the Rams (0-2). Alexis Goldston scored six points.
Cougars lose again
Fallston slipped to 0-2 Friday night after a 47-36 loss to visiting Western Tech Friday.
Sam Gasior was the lone Cougar in double figures, scoring 12 points. The Cougars trailed at the half, 22-15.