Most Outstanding Player Christian Chong-Qui led the way with 19 points Wednesday as No. 14 Poly handed No. 2 New Town its first loss of the season and claimed the Session 2, Bracket 2 championship at the Governor's Challenge at James M. Bennett in Salisbury.
The Engineers (6-2) finished strong, outscoring the Titans (6-1), 21-10, in the fourth quarter. Poly led, 37-36, at the close of the third quarter.
Ben Franklin 60, Moore Catholic (N.Y.) 30: Tyheem Potillo scored 16 points to lead the Bayhawks past the Hornets in a championship of the Governor's Challenge.
Annapolis Area Christian 81, St. Mary's 51: Justin Williams scored 20 points to lead the Eagles (10-2) past the Saints (6-8) in the title game of the Capital City Classic at Annapolis.
Eleanor Roosevelt 62, No. 11 Meade 54: Tristian Easton scored a game-high 20 points, but the host Mustangs (6-2) fell to the Raiders (6-2) in the championship of the Route 175 Classic.
No. 5 Seton Keough 37, Central Bucks East (Pa.) 33: The Gators (7-4) shot 14-for-18 from the line in the second half to successfully defend the championship of the Diamond State Classic: First State Orthopaedic Cup in Wilmington, Del..
MVP Kayla Bacon scored 13 points for Keough.
No. 8 Archbishop Spalding 61, Central Dauphin East (Pa.) 51: Victoria Reynolds scored a game-high 21 points and the Cavaliers (7-7) took seventh place at the Diamond State Classic: St. Francis Healthcare Cup.
No. 10 Catonsville 59, Oakdale 49: Jasmine Dickey scored a game-high 22 points and Jen Gast had 10 points and 13 rebounds as the Comets (7-1) won their second straight championship at the Governor's Challenge at Salisbury.
Mount de Sales 54, Liberty 52: Allie Berlin made a 3-pointer with two minutes to left to play to give the Sailors (5-7) the lead for good in the consolation game of the Howard Holiday Tournament.
No. 10 McDonogh 67 , No. 9 Calvert Hall 49: The Eagles (12-4) won the 50th Benedictine Capital City Classic in Richmond, Va.
McDonogh defeated the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association rival Cardinals (10-4). It was the sixth straight win for the Eagles (12-4).
McDonogh led by seven at halftime and led by as much as 25 late in the fourth quarter.
Noah Locke had 21 points and four rebounds and made four 3-pointers. Junior point guard Damian Chong-qui had seven points, eight assists and five rebounds. Both made the All-Tournament team.
Senior Bruce Moore was named tournament Most Valuable Player and had 19 points and four rebounds in the championship game.