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Aberdeen boys hoops muscles out 66-63 OT win over Fallston

The Aberdeen Eagles picked up a big Chesapeake (upper) Division UCBAC victory on Wednesday night, edging the host Fallston Cougars, 66-63, in a road matchup that went to overtime.

With the win, Aberdeen moved to 5-1 overall, and 3-0 against Chesapeake Division opponents.

Lavell McCullers led the Eagles with an 18-point, 13-rebound effort.

Darryn Garner had 16 points and 10 rebounds in the victory, while teammate Ben Richardson netted 13 points.

Fallston's Kyle Tyree and Travis Greenwood both had 16 points, while Ben Lodanski scored 12 points in the loss.

Fallston fell to 5-5 overall, and 1-2 in Chesapeake Division contests.

Havre de Grace topped by North East

The Havre de Grace Warriors suffered a road loss on Wednesday night, as they were knocked off by the North East Indians, 73-62.

Havre de Grace's Shawn Whittaker led all scorers with a season-best 29-point performance.

Zayrron Blake paced the Warriors in rebounds, pulling down nine boards.

The loss dropped Havre de Grace to 1-5 overall, and 1-2 in the Susquehanna (lower) Division standings.

Hawks topped by three

The North Harford boys basketball team lost a tough one Wednesday night, as the Hawks were knocked off, 45-42, by visiting York Technical.

"We were up eight points in the third quarter, [but] we just didn't finish," North Harford head coach Jeff Burrows said. "Our schedule is hard, which makes this one difficult to accept."

The Hawks led, 15-13, at halftime. In the game's final 10 seconds, with North Harford trailing 45-42, the Hawks got off two three-point attempts, but both shots rimmed out.

North Harford's Andrew Klapka had 13 points and seven rebounds in the loss, while teammate Brett Hurley chipped in 10 points.

With the non-UCBAC defeat, North Harford fell to 2-7 overall this season.

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