Patterson Mill's Morgan Golec needed just eight points to reach 1,000 in her career and finished with a game-high 25, but the host Huskies fell to No. 2 Aberdeen, 60-57, Thursday in girls basketball.
With 39 seconds left, Golec made a 3-pointer to pull the Huskies within three. Patterson Mill got a stop on the next possession, then missed what would have been a game-tying 3.
The Eagles improved to 7-2, 4-0 Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference Chesapeake Division, and Patterson Mill fell to 7-2, 4-0.
The Huskies' only previous loss was a 51-46 defeat Dec. 27 at the hands of W.T.Woodson (Va.) at the Vernon Brown Tournament at Fallston.
Stephanie Jones led Aberdeen with 16points, Endia Jones scored 11 and Kiki Palmer had 10.
C. Milton Wright 58, Cristo Rey Jesuit 47: The host Hornets (8-3) had a four-point lead at halftime, but the Mustangs rallied to win.
Mychal Stefanides scored a game-high 24 points for C. Milton Wright, and Jahmal Eggleston had 23 for Cristo Rey.
Huntingtown 33, No. 9 Owings Mills 32: The visiting Hurricanes won four of the first six matches, but it came down to the final two. A win by the Eagles at 220 would have sewn up a victory, but Huntingtown won the last two.
Zack Walker (220) won by decision, 6-2, and Delonte Holland (heavyweight) got a pin for the win in 3:26.
Owings Mills fell to 12-4.
Hammond 39, Centennial 27: The visiting Bears got three wins by forfeit and three by decision against the Eagles.
Hammond wins by pin included Evan Nuss (132) in 1:41 and Bryan Overton (160) in 1:33.
Boys' Latin 60, Glenelg Country School 15: The Lakers wrestling team cruised past the visiting Dragons behind pins from juniors Hunter Cotsoradis (120 pounds) and Evan Dohler (170) and sophomores Anthony Wyler (145) and Rocco Bruno (195).
Kahlan Lermer (113) finished the winner's scoring, overcoming a 13-9 deficit to edge Adam Bothwell, 14-13, in the final seconds on back points.
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Monday boys basketball
No. 8 John Carroll 52, Calvert Hall 33: Kimbal Mackenzie (18 points) scored a go-ahead 3-pointer in the second quarter and the host Patriots boys basketball team (15-6, 3-3 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association AConference) never trailed again.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun