Friday was a light night for girls basketball action, but it didn't stop C. Milton Wright from pounding neighboring and visiting Bel Air.
The Mustangs ran out to a 30-21 halftime lead and then added to it for a 66-44 UCBAC Chesapeake Division win.
Megan Aro (four assists) and Alexis Johnson scored 17 points each to pace the Mustangs (3-4 league, 7-8 overall). Emma Hahner added a double-double of 13 points and 13 rebounds.
Renie Tsomos led Bel Air (5-3 league, 10-7 overall) with 13 points.
HCS gets win
Harford Christian was also a winner Friday, beating visiting Carroll Christian, 47-36. Grace Shannahan scored 15 points to lead the Eagles (11-5), while Chloe Akers and Taylor Lavin added nine points apiece.
In one other non-league game played Friday, Havre de Grace (6-7) lost to visiting Tome, 40-36.
Patriots drop two
John Carroll dropped two IAAM A Conference games on back-to-back days.
The first loss came Saturday at Pallotti, where the Patriots lost, 71-46. The score was 33-20 at the half.
Rita Watson and Lucie Passwater scored 12 points each to lead the efforts, while Marta Moix chipped in with eight points.
The Patriots returned home Sunday, but it didn't make a difference as Roland Park rolled over the hosts, 60-28. The Patriots were down at the half, 27-12.
Passwater's 10 points was tops for John Carroll.
Harford's two best girls basketball teams were back in action Tuesday. Both on the road and both posted easy wins.
Patterson Mill's win came at Elkton, where the Huskies top two players, juniors Qalea Ismail and Sam Herman, played just nine minutes in a 56-15 UCBAC Chesapeake (upper) Division game.
Despite playing just over a quarter, Ismail led all scorers with 19 points. The Huskies are 6-1 in league play, a half game ahead of Aberdeen, and 11-3 overall.
Eagles beat Cougars
Aberdeen traveled to Fallston to battle the Cougars in a non-division game of UCBAC opponents. The Eagles led 28-19 at the half and pulled away even farther in half two, winning 55-38.
Nazje Norton poured in 24 points to lead the Eagles, who were playing without sophomore Stephanie Jones, out because of illness. Kierra Palmer chipped in with 14 points and Lisa Eller added eight points. Aberdeen is 10-6 overall.
Logan Gasior led Fallston (10-6) with 17 points, while Megan Shock added nine points and Kayla Reilly had eight.
In other action Thursday night, Harford Technical (5-3 league, 6-6 overall) defeated visiting Bo Manor, 42-31, in Susquehanna (lower) Division play. Also in Susquehanna play, Joppatowne (2-7 league, 2-12 overall) lost to visiting Perryville, 53-49. Individual stats were not provided for either game.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun