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Roundup: No. 9 City easily tops Southern in girls basketball

Senior guard Dyzhanay Burton made a 3-pointer late in Tuesday's third quarter to score her 1,001st career point and No. 9 City's girls basketball team (4-0) handily defeated visiting Southern, 64-34.

Burton, who will play for the College of Charleston, finished with a game-high 19 points. The inside play of Jordan Brown (18 points) led the Bulldogs (0-4).

No. 15 Patterson Mill 73, Elkton 2: All 10 Huskies scored, led by Qalea Ismail with 16 points. Chyna Latimer added 14 points.

Patterson Mill improved to 2-1, and the Golden Elks fell to 0-3.

Granite Baptist 43, Harford Christian 42: The visiting Eagles' comeback fell short when they missed twice in the final 10 seconds of the game.

Chloe Akers led Harford Christian with 20 points, going 8-for-18 from the field and 1-for-2 from the line and three 3-pointers.

Old Mill 50, St. Mary's 46: Sam Mocniak had a game-high 25 points, her third straight game with 20 or more points for the visiting Saints (4-4).


No. 6 Edmondson 62, Academy for College and Career Exploration 19: Josh Garnett scored 17 points to power the host Red Storm (4-0) past the Eagles (0-4).

Edmondson led 29-11 at halftime.

No. 11 Dunbar 61, New Era 14: Keandre Gibson scored 18 points and Trevis Buchanon had 12 points to lead the host Poets (3-1) past the Dragons (0-4).

Dunbar led 36-6 at halftime.

No. 15 Lake Clifton 69, Knowledge And Success Academy 40: The visiting Eagles (0-3) ran a 2-3 zone that frustrated the Lakers (3-0) in the first half. But Lake Clifton turned up the defensive pressure in the second half to pull away. Stephon Brown had a game-high 26 points, including seven 3-pointers, to lead the way for the Lakers.

Mervo 68, National Academy Foundation 30: Larry Webb scored 18 points to power the host Mustangs (4-0) past the Eagles (0-4).

Ben Franklin 68, Northwestern 52: Tre Henriquez had a game-high 18 points to lead the host Bayhawks (5-0) past the Wildcats (0-4).


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