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Aberdeen girls move to 4-0 in basketball action

The Aberdeen girls basketball team won its fourth straight game to begin the season Tuesday, rolling past host Liberty, 72-47.

The Eagles used tenacious defense that produced 31 steals, leading to easy points. Jae DeVeaux led all scorers with 28 points and Anija Stancell scored 20.

Tatiana Gibson pulled down 10 rebounds and sibling Briana Gibson added eight boards.

Cougars beat Rams

Fallston (2-1) added a non -league win Tuesday, beating visiting Edgewood (0-3), 48-26.

Angelica Quintero had a big night for the Cougars, finishing with 17 points, six blocks, four rebounds and three steals.

Bekah Taylor added eight points, three assists and two steals; while Emily Rhinehart had seven points and six rebounds.

Riley Johnson scored eight points to lead the Rams.

Bobcats lose

Bel Air (1-3) saw a three-point halftime lead slip way Tuesday and lead to a 50-44 loss to visiting Perry Hall.

The Bobcats had a 21-18 lead at the break, but could not hold on for the win.

Julia Henry scored 16 points to highlight the Bobcats efforts.

Huskies fall, too

Patterson Mill (1-2) traveled to Winters Mill on Tuesday and lost, 62-25.

Delaney Madsen and Mikaela Truong scored 10 points each to pace the Huskies.

Reach Randy McRoberts on twitter. @aegissports

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