Tyler Norcross led the Bobcats in two categories, scoring 18 points and pulling down nine rebounds. Bel Air's Parker Jones had 10 points and four steals, while fellow Bobcat Juwan Singletary had nine points and seven rebounds.
Warriors lose heartbreaker
The Havre de Grace Warriors (3-4 overall, 2-1 Susquehanna) lost a heartbreaker Friday night, dropping their home court contest with the rival Perryville Panthers, 64-63.
Lavell McCullers led the Warriors with a 24-point, six-rebound performance. Havre de Grace's Zayrron Blake posted 14 points and six rebounds in the loss.
Eagles smash Elks
The Aberdeen Eagles (5-2 overall, 3-0 Chesapeake) dispatched the visiting Elkton Golden Elks on Friday night, 61-21.
Aberdeen's Eric Briggs had 11 points, six assists and two steals, while teammate Tyril Rozier posted 11 points and three assists. Alex Funcheon had eight points, two blocks and a team-best seven rebounds in the victory, while fellow Eagle Darryn Garner scored 10 points. Nate McKinney scored six points for the Eagles.
Edgewood over North Harford
In a low-scoring affair at North Harford Friday night, the Hawks (4-5 overall, 1-2 Chesapeake) were narrowly beaten by the Edgewood Rams, 41-36.
The victory put Edgewood at 5-2 overall and 2-0 in Chesapeake Division play.
Edgewood's Kevin Ringgold led the Rams in scoring with 10 points, while also posting six steals and four rebounds. Jaleel Gibson had nine points, two rebounds, two blocks and two steals in the victory, while teammate Fortune Okigweh put up six points, two blocks and a team-best eight rebounds. The Rams' Detrick Matthews had six points, two rebounds, one steal and one assist, while teammate Lenier Tucker notched five points, four rebounds and a team-high six steals. Gibson and Okigweh each blocked two shots.
North Harford's Brock Hurley had 15 points, 10 rebounds and three assists in the defeat, while teammate Collin Keating had seven points. The Hawks' Nic Hammer had seven points and eight rebounds.
Harford Christian takes one
The Harford Christian Eagles won their Thursday boys basketball MACSAC matchup with Rosedale Baptist, beating the host-team Panthers, 68-47.
"Coming off of the holiday break, there was obviously some rust," Harford Christian Coach Richard Westerlund said. "Especially with our defense, to my surprise. Our rotations were slow, but we were able to get the win, and get the stops we need. We aren't satisfied, and want to get better."
Holding a narrow lead, 44-42, after three quarters, the Eagles stepped up and outscored the hosts, 24-5, over the final eight minutes to seal a victory. Harford Christian was up at halftime, 32-23.
John Wilson led the way for the Eagles, putting up 16 points and seven assists. Phil Good had 15 points in the victory, while teammate and brother Nathan Good came through with eight points, and grabbed a team-best 14 rebounds. Zach Dawson scored 10 points for the Eagles, and Sean Hughes notched six points. Ryan Redmond netted five points in the win, and fellow Eagle Aurelius Page had four points.