Aberdeen, Edgewood still hot as girls basketball season cools down

With next week's UCBAC girls basketball championship all set, the two division champions continued to pound respective opponents Tuesday night.

Aberdeen, champions of the Chesapeake (upper), traveled to and rolled over Fallston, 71-12, while Susquehanna (lower) champion Edgewood cruised past visiting Bo Manor, 47-7.

In Aberdeen's win, the Eagles (11-0 league, 18-3 overall) placed four players in double figures in scoring for the third straight game. Endia Jones led all scorers with 21 points, while Stephanie Jones pumped in 17.

Jimmia McCluskey added 15 points and Kierra Palmer finished with 10. Palmer was seeing her first action since suffering a concussion Jan. 29 at Bel Air.

Logan Gasior led the Cougars (1-10, 5-16) with four points.

Rams roll on

In Edgewood's win, the Rams (13-0, 15-5) were led by Shania Stamper's 15 points. Emily Arnold scored eight points in the win.

Aberdeen and Edgewood will meet in the UCBAC Championship, Wednesday at 7 p.m. The game will be played at C. Milton Wright.

Mustangs beat Hawks

C. Milton Wright (8-3, 14-6) posted a road win Wednesday night, beating North Harford (3-8, 7-13), 70-60, in Chesapeake play. The Mustangs led at the half, 35-33.

Allie Appleby had a solid game for CMW, scoring 23 points, blocking two shots and dishing out three assists. Savannah Humphreys added 16 points and seven rebounds and Lauren Haggerty had 11 points and three assists.

Bobcats lose on road

Bel Air (10-10) saw its record even out at .500 Wednesday with a 52-36 non-league loss at Broadneck. The Bobcats trailed at the half, 31-18.

Junior guard Cassidy Jones led the Bobcats with nine points.

Huskies win again

Patterson Mill (14-6) picked up another win Tuesday in non-league play at Winters Mill. The Huskies won, 68-58.

Qalea Ismail paced the winners with 25 points and Samantha Herman added 20.

Tigers top Warriors

Havre de Grace dropped its Susquehanna contest Tuesday to visiting Rising Sun, 39-28.

Addie Richardson scored nine points to lead the Warriors (5-8, 5-13) and Shannon Pilcher scored seven.

Mariners beat Cobras

Joppatowne (7-6, 7-13) added another Susquehanna win Tuesday, winning at Harford Tech, 39-32.

Felicia Okoye scored 13 points to lead the Mariners, while Andreya Antoine chipped in with 11 points.

Tech (3-9, 3-13) was led by Brianna McAlister's 12 points.

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