The No. 8 Digital Harbor girls basketball team had been on a six-game winning streak before the Basketball Academy Tournament at Morgan State last week. On Saturday, the host Rams (14-3, 5-2 City) got back on track and beat Edmondson, 53-24, for their third win in a row.
Digital Harbor led 16-9 after the first quarter and used defensive pressure and breakaways to build a 31-16 lead. The Red Storm (11-5, 4-3) tried using 3-pointers to catch up, but missed shots turned into fast-break opportunities for the Rams.
Miqueara Lewis had a game-high 19 points for Digital Harbor.
Wilde Lake 55, Hammond 32: The host Wildecats (4-13, 3-12 Howard) built a lead slowly and steadily protected it all game long.
A trio of scorers — Kourtney Harrison, Rachel Lazris and Lindsey Williams — had 13 points for Wilde Lake. Keyuana Griffin had eight points for the Bears (0-18, 0-15).
Friday boys basketball
No. 3 John Carroll 52, McDonogh 42: Rodney Elliott scored a game-high 31 points and the host Patriots (21-9, 9-6 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference) handed the Eagles (7-16, 4-11) their 12th loss in a row in the series.
No. 11 Boys' Latin 67, St. Paul's 55: The host Crusaders (11-12, 9-7 MIAA BConference) were leading by three at halftime, but the Lakers (20-4, 15-1) outscored St. Paul's 25-10 in the third quarter to pull away.
Colin Heacock led Boys' Latin with 13points, and Brendan Fields and Casey Rees each had 11.
North Harford 40, Hammond 39: Justin Taylor (152) pinned Kevin Griffin in 1:13 to lift the host Hawks wrestling team over the Bears.
North Harford won the final four matches by pin.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun