Aberdeen rolls over Fallston, despite missing Brionna Jones

Despite not having senior leader Brionna Jones on the court Tuesday night, the Aberdeen Eagles continued to hit on all cylinders in their UCBAC Chesapeake Division girls basketball contest with visiting Fallston.

Aberdeen (5-0 league, 9-2 overall) rolled out to a 52-7 halftime lead and cruised to a 77-17 win over the Cougars (0-5, 3-10).

Jimmia McCluskey and Stephanie Jones each scored 22 points to lead the winners, while Kierra Palmer scored nine points and Endia Jones added eight. Stephanie Jones also grabbed nine rebounds.

Lindsay Summers led Fallston's efforts with five points.

Mustangs drop Hawks

C. Milton Wright (4-1, 8-3) stayed on the heels of Aberdeen in Chesapeake (upper) play Tuesday, beating visiting North Harford (1-4, 3-9), 68-55.

Abby Smucker, who had 11 assists, led three Mustangs in double figures with 12 points. Allie Appleby and Savannah Humphreys each scored 11 points and Humphreys also yanked down eight rebounds.

Bobcats beat Elks

Bel Air (3-3, 7-6), who trailed 23-16 at the half, pulled its Chesapeake record to .500 with a 54-48 road win at Elkton Tuesday evening.

Connor Hanley led all scorers with 24 points and teammate Reni Tsomos tossed in 15 points.

Rams crush Eagles

Edgewood (6-0, 7-5) stayed perfect in Susquehanna (lower) play Tuesday, crushing host Bo Manor, 74-16.

Shania Stamper led the Rams with 26 points.

Cobras edge Mariners

Visiting Harford Tech (1-3, 1-6) picked up its first win in Susquehanna action and overall Tuesday, nipping Joppatowne (2-4, 2-9), 36-34.

Katrina Yaroshevich led Tech with 16 points.

Niyah Green scored 12 points to lead the Mariners and Felicia Okoye added 10 points.

NDP downs Huskies

Taking a break from the UCBAC schedule, Patterson Mill hosted private school Notre Dame Prep Tuesday and lost, 44-36.

Elizabeth Wilson had 13 points to anchor the Huskies (9-4), while Morgan Golec chipped in with 10 points.

Tigers top Warriors

Havre de Grace (3-3, 3-7) saw its Susquehanna record slip to .500 Tuesday after a 38-24 league loss at Rising Sun.

Addie Richardson highlighted the Warriors efforts with 11 points and four steals.

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