The Aberdeen girls basketball team continued to keep its division title hopes alive Wednesday night, easily defeating visiting Edgewood, 62-32, in UCBAC Chesapeake Division play.
The Eagles (9-1 league, 13-6 overall) jumped ahead, 8-0, in less than two minutes in and the rout was on. Nazje Norton was the main culprit for Aberdeen, scoring five of the eight and finishing the opening quarter with 16 points.
Norton added four more in the second quarter and the lead was 44-15 at half.
Norton added eight more points in quarter three and finished with a game-high 28 points. Kierra Palmer, who made three, three-point baskets, added 11 points and Stephanie Jones had nine.
Shania Stamper scored 17 points to pace Edgewood (3-7 league, 10-8 overall). Alyssa Locklear added a spark off the bench, scoring five of the Rams' six third quarter points.
Cougars roll on
Fallston (12-0 league, 13-6 overall) kept its Susquehanna Division record perfect Wednesday, beating visiting North East, 41-17.
The Cougars put 10 players in the scoring column, led by Logan Gasior's nine points. Kayla Reilly and Kayla Shock each had six.
The Cougars led, 26-2, at the half.
Bobcats beat Elks
Bel Air (6-5 league, 11-8 overall) traveled to winless Elkton on Wednesday and returned with a 61-28 Chesapeake victory.
Sam Barnett scored 14 points to lead the Bobcats. Bel Air led, 27-20, at the half.
Mustangs beat Hawks
C. Milton Wright (5-5 league, 9-9 overall) picked up a Chesapeake win Wednesday night, winning at North Harford (4-7 league, 9-10 overall), 60-42. CMW led, 29-19, at the half.
Emma Hahner had a double-double of 20 points and 10 rebounds to highlight the win and Alexis Cuffe added nine points, four steals and five rebounds.
In Susquehanna play Wednesday, Havre de Grace (5-6 league, 7-7 overall) lost at Perryville (5-6 league, 8-8 overall), 40-29.
Huskies inch closer
The Patterson Mill girls basketball team moved a step closer to the Chesapeake Division title Tuesday, hosting and beating North Harford, 71-32.
Patterson Mill (9-1 league, 14-3 overall) had four players in double figures, led by Chyna Latimer's double-double of 16 points and 10 rebounds.