Boys basketball season opens with wins for Fallston, CMW, HdG, Patterson Mill and Joppatowne

Randy McRoberts
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Several Harford County boys high school basketball teams opened respective seasons Tuesday.

Among them were Bel Air visiting Fallston in an interesting opener. The game, though, wasn’t so interesting as Fallston rolled over Bel Air, 63-33.

The defense of Cougar senior guard Collin Hoerr sparked a third quarter rally in which Fallston outscored Bel Air, 25-3, in the quarter.

10 different Cougars found the scoring column, led by Hoerr’s 14 points., Ethan Sommer added 12, while Ryan Cassedy scored eight and Mason Mullaney netted seven.

Bobcats coach Alex Darko says the Bobcats couldn't get anything going offensively, especially in the second half. "We committed 22 turnovers in the game and that's unacceptable. The third quarter really hurt us," Darko said.

Cam Kalandros led Bel Air with nine points and five rebounds. Abe Sayihe chipped in with seven points.

Huskies beat Indiians

Patterson Mill opened with a win at North East, 64-51. The Huskies pulled away in the second half, after leading by three, 27-24, at the half.

Rashawd Clowney led the scoring for Patterson Mill with 22 points. Sharp-shooter Dale Harrris tossed in 19 and Max Elliott reached double figures with 12.

Mustangs beat Eagles

C. Milton Wright was also in the win column, beating host Harford Christian (1-2), 60-17.

Brett Lindsey scored 12 points to lead three Mustangs in doubles. Imran Husain added 11 points and Bryan Stiemke scored 10.

Derreck Orr led Harford Christian with nine points. CMW was ahead at the half, 37-9.

Warriors beat Tome

Havre de Grace was a winner, visiting and beating Tome, 58-28.

Ishawn Bryant led the winners with 11 points and nine rebounds and Caprice Butler added nine points and eight rebounds.

Rams lose

Edgewood dropped its opener at Kenwood, losing 63-32. The Rams trailed at the half, 26-13.

Leaders for Edgewood were Tiare Waldon, seven steals, eight assists, five points; Mike Johnson, five points, five rebounds; and Civon Edwards, five points and five rebounds.

Other score

Joppatowne was a winner, hosting and beating Perryville, 66-31. Stats were not provided.

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