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Roundup: Oakland Mills boys open by beating Centennial, 53-48

By Brent Kennedy, Baltimore Sun Media Group

December 7, 2012

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Daivon Tapscott scored 13 points, including the go-ahead 3-pointer with 2:41 left in the fourth quarter, to help lead Oakland Mills on Thursday to a season-opening victory over visiting Centennial, 53-48.

Dajuan Dent added 15 points and nine rebounds for the Scorpions, who outscored Centennial 16-8 over the final eight minutes. Omari Ringgold led the way with a game-high 18 points for the Eagles.

"It was the first game, and it was definitely sloppy, but I was proud of the kids for not panicking when [the Eagles] made their runs," Oakland Mills coach Jon Browne said. "I thought we showed more poise down the stretch offensively than we had all game."

Patterson 77, Glenelg 53: The host Clippers (1-0) went on a 16-2 run in the second quarter to pull away from the Gladiators. Dereck Oliver and Dawan Bass each had 20 points for Patterson.

Digital Harbor 73, Reginald F. Lewis 47: The visiting Rams (1-0) switched to man-to-man defense in the second half and the resulting turnovers and points in transition helped them pull away from the Falcons (0-1). Will Robinson led Digital Harbor with 15 points and 10 rebounds.

Wrestling

No. 3 River Hill 71, Marriotts Ridge 6: The visiting Hawks (1-0) had 10 pins and lost only the 170-pound match.

River Hill won the first seven matches, starting at 120, and took a 35-0 lead before the Mustangs' Lyle Fugate pinned Sebastian Ames in 2 minutes, 53 seconds.

No. 7 Owings Mills 53, Kenwood 26: The visiting Eagles (1-0) got coach Guy Pritzker his 480th career win.

Wednesday wrestling

No. 12 Wilde Lake won four matches in a row to spark a 43-31 win over No. 14 South Carroll. Daniel Andrews (132) pinned Korey Bowman in 57 seconds, Jordan Trinh (138) got a 12-3 major decision over J.C. Myers, Tyler Anderson (145) pinned Talmadge Eller in 1:10 and Malik Jackson (152) got a 10-6 decision over Sam Willingham.

Baltimore Sun staff contributed to this article.