Roundup: Forest Park boys upset Lake Clifton, 83-80

As No. 7 Lake Clifton whittled away host Forest Park's 10-point lead, freshman point guard Teion James was sent back in to protect the ball and the Forresters held on Tuesday to upset the Lakers, 83-80.

James (14 points) had left the game because of a bloody jersey. During his absence, Lake Clifton double-teamed the ball, forcing turnovers and cutting the lead. Rysheed Corbin had 32 points for the Forresters, and the Lakers' Aaron Parks led all scorers with 33.

Forest Park led 19-15 after the first quarter before Lake Clifton took a 41-36 lead at the half. In the second half, the Forresters switched between man and zone defenses to keep the Lakers on their heels.

No. 8 City 58, Masonville Cove 54, OT: In just their second year of varsity-level play, the Bayhawks (2-1) continue to threaten more established programs. Down by 10 points after the third quarter, host Masonville Cove rallied but fell in overtime to the Knights (3-0).

City led 39-29 to start the fourth but Masonville Cove forced turnovers and made three 3-pointers in the last three minutes. Antione Montgomery, who finished with a game-high 27 points, made a driving layup with six seconds left to knot the score at 51 and force overtime.

In overtime, the Bayhawks committed fouls that sent the Knights to the free-throw line. Charles Tapper led City with 20 points, and Omari George had 15 points and 10 rebounds.

Glen Burnie 60, Chopticon 36: William Brown had 16 points and 10 rebounds to lead the host Gophers (3-0) past the Braves (0-2).

C. Milton Wright 70, Overlea 63: Kevin Dorsey had 18 points, and the visiting Mustangs (2-2) made their foul shots down the stretch to beat the Falcons (3-1).

Digital Harbor 54, Northwestern 29: Ronald Epps and Davis Brown each scored 10 to power the visiting Rams (2-2) past the Wildcats.


No. 2 Digital Harbor 69, Northwestern 15: Alexus Harrison scored 12 points and Kirsten Bowles had 10 to power the host Rams (3-1) past the Wildcats (0-1).

Digital Harbor, which made 30 of 45 shots from the field and seven of 13 from the line, led 42-10 at the half.

No. 5 Dunbar 65, National Academy Foundation 10: The host Poets (3-0) proved too much for the Screaming Eagles (0-3) as every Dunbar player scored. Damisha Hazelton had 14 points and nine rebounds, and Kahla McIver had 11 points for Dunbar, which led 43-3 at the break.

No. 12 Western 50, National Christian Academy 35: Kellie Smoot had 12 points to power the host Doves (2-1).

Oldfields 39, Beth Tfiloh 32: Emily Brownawell scored 12 points to lead the Spiders (1-2) past the Warriors.


No. 15 North County 46, No. 9 Broadneck 32: The Knights (9-1) trailed 32-28 with three matches left. North County got two pins from Brandon Ballard (195) and Lorenzo Maddox (285) and a forfeit from Pat Hyde (220) to upset the Bruins (1-3). North County defeated Old Mill, 41-21, to stay 4-0 in the county.

No. 11 River Hill wins two: The Hawks (7-2) beat Atholton, 65-8, and Centennial, 61-12. River Hill totaled seven pins against Atholton and five forfeits against Centennial.

River Hill's Patrick Linden (126) had pins in both matches.

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