The loss dropped Fallston to 7-15 overall and 4-8 in the Chesapeake Division.
Anthony Bennett and Darryn Garner both netted a team-best 13 points in the victory, while teammate Eric Briggs had 11 points.
Maurice Harris paced Aberdeen in rebounding with nine boards, while Alex Funcheon had seven rebounds for the Eagles.
Garner dished out a team-high four assists, while Bennett and Briggs both had three assists. Funcheon led Aberdeen in steals with five.
John Carroll beaten
The John Carroll Patriots suffered a 61-47 road loss to the St. Frances Academy squad Friday.
"[We] entered the game with confidence," Patriots head coach Tony Martin said. "But, picked the wrong time of the season to have, literally, [our] worst shooting night of the year."
John Carroll's Rodney Elliott had eight points, three rebounds and three assists, while Kimbal Mackenzine came up with seven points, one rebound and one assist. Jordan Martin had 10 points, two rebounds, two assists and two steals. Michael Tertsea posted nine points, four rebounds and two blocks in the loss, while C.J. Keyser had five points and four rebounds. Mike Owona pulled down a team-best 10 rebounds.
Bobcats drop Tech
In a Susquehanna Division matchup at Bel Air Friday, the host-team Bobcats knocked off Harford Tech, 77-50.
Bel Air (16-6 overall, 11-3 Susquehanna) was led in scoring by Tyler Norcross, who netted 31 points. Norcross also paced Bel Air in rebounds with 12. The Bobcats' Juwan Singletary posted 10 points and seven rebounds.
Harford Tech led, 15-14, after one quarter of play, but by halftime the Bobcats had jumped to a 35-21 advantage.
The North Harford Hawks suffered a second straight loss by six points or less on Thursday night, falling 51-46 to the visiting Elkton boys basketball squad.
The Hawks, who lost, 35-34, to Fallston Feb. 12, fell to 8-11 overall and 3-8 in the Chesapeake (upper) Division.
North Harford led the Golden Elks, 16-5, after one quarter of play, but the visitors battled back to take a 23-20 lead into the halftime intermission. The Hawks tied the game at 42 late in the fourth quarter, but three successive turnovers allowed the Elks to cement a six-point lead, which they would hold through the final whistle.
North Harford's Brock Hurley led the Hawks in scoring with 20 points and rebounds with 10 boards.