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North Harford girls score five points in final 17 seconds to win

In a limited girls basketball schedule Wednesday, North Harford and Patterson Mill each earned victories.

North Harford beat visiting St. Paul's, 46-44, in non-league play, while Patterson Mill knocked off Bel Air, 68-48, in an UCBAC Chesapeake Division contest.

In North Harford's win, the Hawks were led by Haley Ray's 11 points. It was Ray who made a game-tying three-pointer with 17 seconds left. Claudia Deventi then stole the ball on the ensuing St. Paul's possession and Ally Whiticre scored two of her 10 points with 1.2 seconds left to put the Hawks into the win column. Annie Wernig led the Hawks on defense with four steals and eight rebounds.

In Patterson Mill's win, Qalea Ismail led all scorers with 27 points. She added six rebounds and four assists. Chyna Latimer had 14 points, seven rebounds, three assists and six steals.

Also for the Huskies, Khayla Mitchell added 12 points and four steals and Samantha Herman dished out 13 assists, while collecting seven steals.

Annalise Paylor scored 12 points to lead Bel Air.

Eagles handle Mustangs

Aberdeen continued its dominance in UCBAC Chesapeake Division play, visiting and beating C. Milton Wright, 67-49, Tuesday. The Eagles led at the half, 33-23.

Nazje Norton had the hot scoring hand for Aberdeen with 26 points. Stephanie Jones poured in 22 points to push her over the 700-point career mark. Taylor Cole chipped in with eight points.

Lauren Haggerty led the CMW scoring with a 15-point effort.

Warriors drop Indians

Havre de Grace claimed its third straight Susquehanna Division win Tuesday at North East. The Warriors led early and won, 35-23.

The Warriors jumped ahead, 11-2, through one quarter and led, 15-4, at the half. North East cut the Havre de Grace lead to eight in the final quarter, but the Warriors were able to sustain the lead.

Taylor Smith led the scoring with 12 points and Addie Richardson had 10. The Warriors failed to aid themselves at the free-throw line, making just 9-of-24 foul shots.

Hawks claw Elks

The North Harford Hawks defeated visiting Elkton, 55-8, in Chesapeake action Tuesday. Annie Wernig lead the Hawks with 14 points, seven rebounds, four assists and three steals. Claudia Deventi added eight points, while Allie Whiticre and Maddie Lambert each had seven points.

HCS wins, too

Harford Christian traveled to Baltimore to beat Arlington Baptist, 31-23, Tuesday. The Eagles led, 14-8, at the half.

Chloe Akers and Kelsey Williams tied for high scoring honors, with six points each. Williams also hauled in 14 rebounds and Lily Loomis made nine steals.

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