Jerelle Cooke led the way for No. 6 Randallstown (13-3) with 24 points in an 83-39 rout of host Kenwood (7-7) on Friday night.
The Rams jumped out to a 35-4 first-quarter lead and were up 57-17 by halftime. Devin Smith contributed 14 points.
No. 11 New Town 86, Sparrows Point 38: Malik Jones scored 28 points to help the Titans (12-3) win at the Pointers (4-10). Every Titan who played scored in the game. The away team hit nine 3-pointers.
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No. 12 Oakland Mills 81, Howard 59: Mamadou Ndiaye scored a game-high 22 points and the Scorpions (14-1) beat the host Lions (6-8).
Oakland Mills outscored Howard 27-17 in the final quarter.
No. 14 Atholton 77, Hammond 50: Brandon Willis and Michael Bernetti each scored 18 points to power the visiting Raiders (14-3) past the Bears (5-13).
Archbishop Spalding 67, Glenelg Country School 53: Jourdan Grant scored 21 points and Gary Jefferson added 18 to power the host Cavaliers (13-9, 7-6 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference) past the Dragons (13-11, 6-10).
Loyola 52, Mount Carmel 43: Billy Plunkett led the visiting Dons (8-14, 5-9 MIAA A Conference) with 12 points, nine rebounds and five assists.
Ryan Conrad had 10 points. Loyola trailed 29-28 at the half, but allowed only 14 second half points on 27 percent shooting. Loyola held the Cougars to 37 percent shooting from the field for the game. Will Jenkins had 12 points for the Cougars (14-10, 6-9).
Boys' Latin 76, Severn 50: The host Lakers (17-7, 7-4 MIAA B Conference) outscored the Admirals (12-7, 6-5) 18-7 in the third quarter.
Devin Shewell had 18 points for Boys' Latin.
Archbishop Spalding 52, No. 9 Seton Keough 44: Victoria Reynolds scored a game-high 19 points and the visiting Cavaliers (4-11, 3-8 Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference) upset the Gators (8-11, 5-6).
The loss marks the fourth straight for Seton Keough.
No. 10 Severn 71, Maryvale 34: Emily Gibbons scored 16 of her game-high 20 points to power the visiting Admirals (18-2, 9-0 IAAM B Conference) past the Lions (2-14, 0-8).
The win is the 11th straight for Severn. Maddie McDaniel had 19 points and 10 rebounds in the win.
Mount de Sales 45, Notre Dame Prep 43: After being down 26-11 at halftime, the visiting Blazers (7-9, 4-5 IAAM B Conference) outscored the Sailors (7-12, 4-6) 20-5 in the third quarter, but the rally fell short at the Pink Out Game.
Mount de Sales Eve Lukowski and NDP's Marissa Varnado each scored (17 points.
No. 14 Archbishop Spalding 35, No. 3 John Carroll 26: After seven matches, the Cavaliers (10-10) trailed 20-12. They won five of the next six to upset the Patriots (12-3).
Logan Breitenbach scored a major decision over Chris Almony, 11-3, to put Spalding ahead for good at 22-20.
Thursday's ice hockey
Calvert Hall 9, Loyola 0: Trey Gauss and Matthew Curtin each scored twice and the Cardinals (15-2-2) beat the Dons (4-8) in the 20th annual Brother Andrew Cup at the Reisterstown Sportsplex.
In the series, Calvert Hall has won 10 of the past 11 and has a 12-7-1 advantage.
"We consider it the Turkey Bowl of hockey," Calvert Hall coach Mike Shramek said. "It's something the kids look forward to all year."
No. 1 McDonogh 60, No. 14 Archbishop Spalding 15: The Eagles (14-3) lost the first match when Logan Breitenbach pinned Ryan Walsh in 2:47. McDonogh won the next five straight and cruised. The Cavaliers (9-10) captured one more weight class, 106-pounds.
Baltimore Sun staff contributed to this article.