The C. Milton Wright Mustangs got back to their regular-season boys basketball schedule Wednesday night with an 81-55 drubbing of the visiting Elkton Golden Elks.

The non-division victory left CMW, which has a 5-4 Chesapeake (upper) Division mark, at 10-6 overall.

The Mustangs led, 38-24, heading into halftime.

Sibling teammates Connor Bays and Corey Bays posted identical scoring lines in the victory, each netting a game-best 18 points. Connor Bays also led the Mustangs in rebounds with five.


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CMW's Mychal Stefanides had 11 points, while also posting team-best totals of nine assists and six steals. Ben Halsey had seven points for CMW, while Gerrod Maddox, Henry Cuffie and Roby Appleby all tallied six points. The Mustangs' Chris Kiley scored five points.

Bel Air thrashes Bo Manor

Playing a road contest with the Bo Manor Eagles on Wednesday evening, the Bel Air Bobcats thumped their hosts, 72-28.

Bel Air improved to 12-7 overall, and 10-1 in the Susquehanna (lower) Division.

The Bobcats were up, 30-13, at halftime.

Bel Air's Tom Keller had 24 points and 10 rebounds, while Kyle Hamrick registered 12 points. The Bobcats' Kevin Morrissey posted 10 points.

Tech tops North East

The Harford Tech Cobras won their second game in a 24-hour span Wednesday, defeating the visiting North East Indians, 66-52.

Harford Tech moved to 9-7 overall and 6-5 in Susquehanna Division contests.

The Cobras led 34-28 at halftime.

Harford Tech's Darius Dangerfield led all scorers with a 25-point showing, and dished out three assists as well.

Tyler Mister had 18 points, while fellow Cobra Fred Gordon had 13 points and seven rebounds. Elijah Council had a team-high 11 rebounds.

North Harford wins overtime battle

After nearly a week without a single game played, UCBAC boys basketball action picked back up in Harford County on Tuesday night, with the home faithful at North Harford High being treated to a 58-52 Hawks victory over the visiting Bel Air Bobcats.

The victory put the Hawks at 1-8 in the Chesapeake Division and 5-14 overall.

Bel Air, in first place in the Susquehanna Division with a 9-1 record, fell to 11-7 on the season.