Aberdeen's Brionna Jones moves in for a layup during Friday night's game in the Public School - Private School Challenge at John Carroll in Bel Air. Jones scored 30 in leading the top-ranked Eagles to victory over McDonough.
(MATT BUTTON | AEGIS STAFF, Patuxent Homestead / December 14, 2012)
The Aberdeen Eagles stayed unbeaten in girls basketball, going on the road and beating Elizabeth Seton, 65-45, Friday to run their record to 5-0.
Aberdeen poured in 25 points during the first quarter and led at halftime, 34-24. After three quarters, the Eagles held a 49-34 advantage.
Freshman Stephanie Jones led Aberdeen in scoring with 18 points and had eight rebounds. Her sister, Brionna Jones, a senior, scored 17 points and had 13 rebounds. Endia Jones scored 12 points and Kierra Palmer had eight points and eight assists.
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