Charles Tapper and Omari George score 26 and 23 points, respectively, to power the No. 10 City boys past Randallstown, 58-37, at the Basketball Academy at Lake Clifton on Thursday.
Despite turnovers, the Knights (11-3) led 22-19 at the half. But in the second half, City's zone defense held Randallstown to 18 points.
City faces New Town at 5 p.m. today in the second day of the tournament.
Joppatowne 59, Harford Tech 35: Shakara Head scored 23 points to lead the host Mariners past the Cobras.
North Harford 50, Bel Air 42: Sarah Heaps scored 18 points, including the 1,000th of her career, and Madison Ferrara added 13 for the host Hawks.
No. 6 Owings Mills 51, Franklin 28: The Eagles (20-1) had four pins and four forfeits against the host Indians.
No. 10 River Hill 45, Wilde Lake 25: After back-and-forth scoring in the lighter weight classes, the host Hawks (24-7) won the last five matches by pin. River Hill wrestlers who won by pin included Michael Beck (106), Brian Kirby (145), Cory Daniel (170), Omar Messallam (182), Logan Kirby (195), Jacob Benedict (220) and Jason Johnson (Hwt).
Urbana 48, No. 14 North County 20: The host Hawks won seven of nine matches by pin to beat the Knights.
No. 15 Glenelg 58, Centennial 11: The visiting Gladiators (11-6) won the first nine matches over the Eagles.
No. 8 Meade 51, Broadneck 46, OT: The visiting Mustangs (9-4) put together two late rallies, one to force overtime and another to win, in girls basketball. The host Bruins, who led for three quarters, entered the fourth with a 38-25 lead. Meade went on a 19-6 run to force the extra period and a 7-2 run in overtime to win. Jamie McKeither and Imani Bailey led the Mustangs with 17 and 16 points, respectively.