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Roundup: No. 13 Lake Clifton boys rout No. 10 Poly

No. 13 Lake Clifton was down by two after the first quarter, so a defensive switch was coming.

The Lakers defenders targeted No. 10 Poly's No. 1 scoring threat, John Crosby, denying him opportunities. And the Lakers (13-7, 5-3 Baltimore City) won the next three quarters and the game, 67-51, to upset the Engineers (14-5, 5-2) in boys basketball Tuesday night.

Stephen Brown led Lake Clifton with 17 points, and Crosby had 16 for Poly.

No. 3 Dunbar 81, Forest Park 59: The visiting Foresters (10-5, 3-5 city) hung around for a half, leading by one after the first quarter and trailing by four at halftime. Then turnovers in the second half turned loose the Poets' offense and allowed them to pull away.

Rysheed Corbin scored 25 points for Forest Park, and Daxter Miles had a game-high 31 for Dunbar (17-2, 7-1).

No. 9 Arundel 67, South River 36: Austin Carroll scored 14 points for the host Wildcats (17-2, 13-0 Anne Arundel).

No. 12 Oakland Mills 57, Marriotts Ridge 43: Lavon Long scored 16 points and the visiting Scorpions (19-0, 16-0 Howard) staged a second-half comeback to stay perfect.

The Mustangs (2-5, 2-4), led by Robert Davis with 23 points, held a 25-19 advantage at halftime.

Boys' Latin 68, St. Vincent Pallotti 67: Jamal Perkins hit the go-ahead basket with 14 seconds left as the visiting Lakers (21-4, 16-1) earned a come-from-behind victory over the Panthers (19-6, 12-4) and clinched the top seed in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference tournament.

Casey Rees scored 16 of his game-high 30 points in the fourth quarter for Boys' Latin.

Dundalk 92, Carver A&T 55: Darius Miller scored a game-high 21 points, and the host Owls (6-10, 2-6 Baltimore County) cruised past the Wildcats (0-14, 0-6).



No. 3 McDonogh 49, No. 8 St.Frances 46, OT: The host Panthers (11-6, 7-4 Interscholastic Association of Maryland A Conference) rallied from 14 points down at halftime to force overtime, but then the Eagles (16-6, 10-2) outscored them 7-4.

Maya Wynn and Dajah Logan each scored 12 points for McDonogh.

No. 7 Digital Harbor 51, Carver 8: MiQueara Lewis had a game-high 25 points for the visiting Rams (15-4, 5-0 City).

No. 9 City 60, Edmondson 13: Dyzhanay Bruton scored 12 and Brionna Bea added 11 to power the visiting Knights (16-2) past the Red Storm.

No. 11 River Hill 66, Atholton 57: Twins Julia (14 points) and Jenna Collins (13) combined to score 27 points for the visiting Hawks (16-3, 13-3 Howard). Chelsea Mitchell had 16 for Atholton (8-9, 7-9).

No. 14 Patterson Mill 70, Bel Air 38: Morgan Golec had a game-high 25 points for the visiting Huskies (13-5, 8-1 Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference).


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