Bri Jones had 24 points and 11 rebounds to power visiting No. 1 Aberdeen past North Harford, 79-55, Thursday.
Jimmia McCluskey added 18 points for the Eagles (17-0).
No. 2 Digital Harbor 80, Carver 27: A'Lexus Harrison had 25 points and 16 rebounds to help the host Rams (14-2) defeat the Bears.
Digital Harbor started with a man-to-man defense and led 53-22 at the half. A defensive switch to zone in the second half limited Carver to seven points.
No. 10 River Hill 61, Oakdale 10: The Hawks (29-6) won 12 straight matches and lost only the last two. Josh Loveless (145) and Jonah Loveless (152) had a pin and a major decision for the Bears. River Hill had seven pins, by Michael Beck (106), Taariq Mohammed (113), Lee Carter (120), Patrick Linden (126), Jack Noonan (160), Omar Messallam (182) and Jason Johnson (heavyweight).
No. 5 Archbishop Curley 36, No. 3 St. Paul's 30: Tied at 30, Kevin Sigwart (heavyweight) won by forfeit to lift the visiting Friars (10-4) over the Crusaders (4-3). Curley fell behind 21-0 but finished strong, winning the last five matches in the upper weight classes.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun