Half: 24-19 G. 

Other scores:

Mt. Hebron 39, Long Reach 27

Sophomore guard Nia Crump scored a game-high 12 points to lead the Vikings to a season-opening victory. Mt. Hebron’s defense was the difference in the game, limiting the Lightning to six field goals for the entire game.

Olivia Callan finished with eight points, while Alana Ratliffe had seven points and three rebounds and Katelyn Peterson added five points to go along with nine rebounds for Long Reach.

“My guards did an excellentjobshutting down their guards,” coach Tony Bell said. “Long Reach has very talented guards, so we knew if we slowed them down, we could control the game.”

MH (1-0, 1-0): Crump 12, Doherty 9, Wallpher 5, Williams 5, Alli 4, Soriano 2, Konig 2.

LR: (0-1, 1-1): Callan 8, Ratliffe 7, Sanders 5, Peterson 5, Engelbrecht 2.

Oakland Mills 42, Centennial 39

The Scorpions were able to hold off the Eagles in the final seconds of the game. Down by three with 15 seconds left, Centennial’s shot to force overtime went long but the Eagles got the ball back with three seconds left.

Oakland Mill’s Karigan Awkward blocked the Eagles’ final attempt to preserve the win.

Tori Diggs finished with 14 points and Traonna Thomas added 13 for the Scorpions. Anna Mitchell paced Centennial with 14 points while Sara Downing and Mary Anderson each had six.

“The girls played really hard and left everything on the floor,” Scorpions coach Seth Willingham said. “We said on the bus that no matter what, win or lose, we promised to live it on the floor and they did that.”

OM (1-0, 2-0): Diggs 14, Thomas 13, Thompson 6, Awkward 6, Peters 3.

C (0-1, 1-1): A. Mitchell 14, Downing 6, M. Anderson 6, B. Anderson 5, Driscoll 4, Eads 4.

Half: 19-18 OM.

Glenelg Country 38, Friends 36

The Dragons held off Friends in the closing minutes of their game Friday night to preserve a two-point victory. Glenelg Country was led by senior center Ogechi Nwodim, who scored 15 points and grabbed several key defensive rebounds down the stretch. Strong ball movement and unselfish play helped the Dragons get high percentage shots that they were able to convert for the win. 

“I am very proud of the way the team played,” Glenelg Country coach Ed Conroy said. “Friends has some talented players, and we needed to rely on good team defense to contain them. We had a couple of starters foul out in the fourth quarter, but the girls kept their spirits up and played very well and unselfishly to earn this win tonight. ”

GCS (1-0 IAAM C, 1-1): Nwodim 15, Isaacs 8, DeLeonibus 5, Harbold 3, Robinson 3, Newsome 2, Smith 2.

F: Green 16, Heath 13, Kehoe 3, Springer 3, Shephard 1.

Half: 20-16 GCS

River Hill 81, Hammond 18 

H (0-1, 0-1): N/A

RH: (1-0, 1-0): Sterling 21, Je. Collins 11, Ju. Collins 7, Nichols 7, Hrab 6, Hopkins 4, Buchiane 4, Frankhauser 4, Clark 4, Triplett 3, Seybold 2, Gilbert 2, Rowe 2, Poindexter 2, Masker 2. 

Marriotts Ridge 46, Wilde Lake 34 

WL (0-1, 0-1): Lazris 10, Harrison 6, Richardson 4, Drury 4, Williams 4, Corbett 2.

MR (1-0, 1-1): Bergquist 10, Sharbaugh 8, Davey 8, Stuckenberg 8, LaVeck 6, Miller 3.