Playing eighth-seeded host Friendship Academy in the opening round of the 1A North regional tournament on Tuesday, the ninth-seeded Havre de Grace Warriors extended their season by at least one game with a 65-60 victory.

In the second round of the 1A North tournament, which was scheduled for 6 p.m. Thursday, the Warriors traveled to play top-seeded New Town

Leading the Warriors on Tuesday was Lavell McCullers, who posted a double-double with 18 points and 14 rebounds. McCullers also dished out seven assists.

Eagles edge Towson

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The Aberdeen Eagles, who saw their seeding in the 3A North tournament drop from a potential top four down to 11th after they had to forfeit 15 regular-season games for using an ineligible player, seemed to have put the scandal behind them on Tuesday, as they held on to beat sixth-seeded host Towson, 51-47.

Aberdeen led, 27-25, at halftime.

Darryn Garner led the Eagles in scoring with 15 points, while Eric Briggs contributed 14 points to the winning tally. Anthony Bennet had nine points in the victory, and Aberdeen's Maurice Harris netted eight points.

Harris pulled down a team-best seven rebounds, and Garner paced the Eagles in assists with five.

The victory earned Aberdeen a spot in Thursday's quarterfinal round, in which they were slated to play a 6 p.m. road contest with 14th-seeded Hereford.

CMW out

The fourth-seeded C. Milton Wright Mustangs were knocked out of the Class 3A North tournament by a 64-50, home-court loss to 13th seed Woodlawn.

CMW's Mychal Stefanides had a team-high 21 points, picked off three steals and led the Mustangs in rebounds with five. Will Hazelton netted 14 points in the loss, while Corey Bays had nine points and a team-best four assists. Jamal Worthington scored five points and had three steals for the Mustangs.

North Harford done

The 15th-seeded North Harford Hawks were eliminated from the Class 3A North tournament, losing 55-24 to second-seeded host City High School.

Brock Hurley accounted for all but seven of the Hawks' points, ending the game with 17 tallies.

North Harford trailed, 29-4, at halftime.

Bel Air eliminated

The third-seeded Bel Air Bobcats saw their season come to a close on Tuesday night, as they were topped in the opening round of the 3A North tournament, 52-44, by visiting 14 seed Hereford.