No. 9 Arundel 81, Chesapeake-AA 60: Aaron Terry scored a game-high 32 points, but the Cougars fell to the Wildcats (11-1). Arundel used a 29-12 run in the third quarter to win.
No. 13 Lake Clifton 60, Reginald F. Lewis 18: Stephon Brown and Cortell Jackson had 16 and 15 points, respectively, to lead the host Lakers (8-3) past the Falcons.
Chapelgate Christian Academy 46, Severn 44: Terrell Willis (16 points) hit the game-winning shot, a short jumper with one second left, to lift the host Yellow Jackets (9-10) over the Admirals.
St. Mary's 60, Annapolis Area Christian School 57: Emmanuel Tony scored 20 points, but the Eagles (10-4) fell.
Mervo 60, Northwestern 34: Denzel Noakes scored a game-high 26 points to lead the visiting Mustangs (5-6).
Franklin 58, Patapsco 48: Nick Henson scored 19 points to lead the host Indians (6-5) past the Patriots.
Dulaney 55, Hereford 40: Gavin Scanlan had 15 points for the visiting Lions (11-0).
Good Counsel 40, No. 2 Archbishop Spalding 24: The host Falcons went up 18-0 after five matches and rolled. The Cavaliers (5-1) won three matches by pin: Jimmy Malone (145), Cole Graves (152) and Logan Breitanbach (160).
Wednesday boys basketball
No. 8 John Carroll 62, St. Maria Goretti 58, OT: Malik Tyne made a free throw to give the visiting Patriots (16-3) a two-possession lead, and John Carroll outscored the Gaels 8-4 in the extra session.
The Patriots trailed by four at the half and the third and fourth quarters ended in ties. Goretti led 54-52 with 13 seconds left in regulation when a missed shot led to a putback by Trystan Pratapas to force overtime.
Kimbal Mackenzie finished with a game-high 24 points.
Sun staff contributed to this article