Edgewood comes away with seven-point boys hoops win over CMW

The Edgewood Rams came away from their Tuesday road engagement with a single-digit victory, defeating the C. Milton Wright boys basketball team, 64-57.

The victory pushed Edgewood to an even 8-8 on the season and gave the Rams a 4-5 mark in Chesapeake (upper) Division contests. The Mustangs fell to 10-7 overall and 5-4 against upper-division opponents.

The Rams took a victory in Tuesday's matchup despite holding a 35-24 halftime deficit.

Two Edgewood players posted matching scoring lines: Roderick Harrison and Tyrone McKissett both netted 16 points. Keyon Williams had 13 points in the victory, while Kevin Ringgold and Ryan Burgess each added five points.

CMW's Connor Bays led all scorers with a 20-point effort, and paced the Mustangs in rebounds with eight. Corey Bays was close behind, scoring 18 points and picking off four steals. Mychal Stefanides had five points, four steals and a team-best nine assists, while Henry Cuffee scored eight points.

Patterson Mill over North Harford

Patterson Mill (10-6 overall, 5-5 Chesapeake) won its Tuesday road contest with North Harford (5-14 overall, 2-8 Chesapeake), as the Huskies pasted the Hawks, 65-28.

Up 34-20 heading into the halftime break, the Huskies outscored their hosts, 31-8, over the final two quarters.

Patterson Mill's Rahmon Felder scored a game-best 20 points, while Malik Bonds had 16 tallies. Ben Adams had nine points for the Huskies, and C.J. Keyser scored eight points. Tyler Jakubowski had five points.

Brett Hurley scored 11 points to lead the Hawks, while Andrew Langan netted six and Andrew Klapka had five points in the loss.

Bel Air back on track

After suffering their first Susquehanna (lower) Division loss of the season Saturday, the Bel Air Bobcats got right back on track Tuesday with a 65-40 victory over host Rising Sun.

With the win, Bel Air, first place in the lower division, improved to 11-6 overall and 9-1 against Susquehanna teams.

The game was tied, 22-22, at halftime. The Bobcats pulled away in the third quarter, however, and entered the fourth quarter with a 47-32 advantage.

Chris Murdock had 17 points for Bel Air, while Tom Keller registered 10 points and nine rebounds.

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