From Sun staff reports
1:16 AM EST, February 27, 2013
Glenelg and Frederick Douglass-Prince George's kept jockeying for position in the second half of their boys basketball game Tuesday.
But Van Dunson sank two free throws with 14 seconds left for the visiting Eagles (12-11) to take the lead for good as the Gladiators (10-13) missed an open 3-pointer and lost, 63-61, in a Class 2A South opening-round game.
Douglass led 14-10 after the first quarter and Glenelg led 35-32 at the break. The lead seesawed back and forth in the final quarter.
Matt Hammert finished with 15 points, including five 3-pointers.
No. 12 Poly 78, Southwestern 50: Darrion Stokes-Graham scored 23 points to power the visiting Knights (17-6) past the Sabers in Class 4A North.
No. 13 Lake Clifton 92, Dundalk 56: The host Lakers (16-7), led by Cortell Henson's game-high 22 points, outscored the Owls 34-10 in the final quarter to pull away in Class 2A North.
Lake Clifton faces host Douglass Thursday at 5:30 p.m. in the second round.
Owings Mills 60, Lansdowne 31: Koron Ford scored 13 points and the host Eagles (16-7) used a 20-6 run in the third quarter to beat the Vikings in Class 2A North.
Owings Mills faces host Loch Raven Thursday at 6 p.m.
Severna Park 55, North County 52: The visiting Knights (7-10) took the lead, 46-44, with 4:30 left in a Class 4A East game. Jared Zuby made aa layup to give the leadback to the Falcons (8-15).
Ben Agee finished with 17 points for Severna Park, which overcame a 21/2 minute scoring lull in the second half.
Mount Airy Christian 58, Cornerstone Christian (D.C.) 10: Sam Tzardzik scored 14 points to lead the host Lions (20-6) in a Maryland Christian Schools Tournament quarterfinal.
Mount Airy Christian 54, Washington Christian 40: Erin Martin and Alyssa Bowen each scored 12 points and the host Lions (18-6) used a faster lineup to pull away from the Wildcats (12-13) in the second round of the MCST.
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