The Aberdeen girls basketball team completed its UCBAC Chesapeake (upper) Division schedule Monday, beating host North Harford, 82-72.
The win put the Eagles at 11-1 in the division, in a deadlock with Patterson Mill. Both had beaten each other and the tiebreaker to determine the champion is best overall record, which falls to Patterson Mill, at 16-4; the Eagles are 15-6.
Patterson Mill will meet Susquehanna (lower) champion Fallston Wednesday at 5 p.m. at C. Milton Wright.
In Aberdeen's win, Kierra Palmer had a season-best 33 points, while Nazje Norton scored 19 and Stephanie Jones added 12.
Annie Wernig scored 24 points to lead North Harford (4-8 league, 10-11 overall) and Allie Whitacre scored 22.
Huskies drop one
Patterson Mill took on visiting Winters Mill Monday and lost, 55-50.
Qalea Ismail, still playing limited time with injury, played one half and led the Huskies with 16 points, five steals and three blocks.
Khayla Mitchell added 11 points and Stephanie Ehly had eight rebounds and five assists.
Cougars beat Mariners
Fallston stayed perfect in Susquehanna play Monday, beating visiting Joppatowne, 60-25.
Logan Gasior led the Cougars (13-0 league, 14-7 overall) with 19 points, while Megan Shock and Kayla Reilly each had eight.
Tyshaun Creighton led Joppatowne (3-8 league, 3-14 overall) with 13 points.
The Cougars led 29-8 at the half.
Warriors drop Tigers
Havre de Grace also picked up a Susquehanna victory Monday, blowing out visiting Rising Sun, 55-20.
The Warriors (7-6 league, 9-8 overall) led 14-2 early in quarter number two and 28-6 at half. Taylor Smith scored 28 points to pace three Warriors in double figures. Addie Richardson added 11 points and Lauren Herrington scored 10.
Eagles win conference
Harford Christian won its first Maryland Association of Christian School Athletic Conference tournament title in 10 years on Saturday, beating Rosedale Baptist, 50-29. The game was played at Harford Christian.
The Eagles received a big championship game effort from Kelsey Williams, who finished with 20 points and 17 rebounds to gain Tournament MVP honors.