Daisy Alaeze moved one step closer to a Roland Park school record Saturday. She scored a game-high 20 points to power the No. 11 Reds past Collegiate School (Va.), 53-26.

Alaeze has 1,064 career points and passed Kelsey Twist Schroeder at 1,048 to take sole possession of third place. The Virginia Commonwealth-bound senior's next hurdle is assistant coach Dani Kell, at second with 1,253.

Roland Park (5-2) opened with a 19-6 run in the first half, and that momentum continued into the second. The Reds have won three straight games. The Cougars fell to 1-4.

Malcolm X Shabazz (N.J.) 75, No. 3 Archbishop Spalding 70: Jade Scaife had 19 points and the visiting Cavaliers (4-3) outscored the Bulldogs 25-10 in the fourth quarter but fell.

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Boys basketball

No. 11 Arundel 63, Annapolis Area Christian School 55: The host Wildcats (4-0) used a fast pace and 20 points from David Nicholson to beat the Eagles (4-5) at the Private/Public Tip-Off Challenge.

Taylor Leabhart led AACS with 17 points.

Hill School (Pa.) 59, No. 14 Calvert Hall 55: The visiting Cardinals (3-5) trailed by 15 before cutting the deficit to two in the closing minutes of the Hill School Tournament in Pottstown, Pa.

Eligah McLaurin scored 12 of his game-high 21 points in the first half to power the host Rams (6-1).

Denzel Richardson and Wesley Blackwell each had 15 points for the Cardinals.

Broadneck 66, Indian Creek 57: Darnell Solomon scored a game-high 27 points to power the Bruins (3-1) past the Eagles at the Private/Public Tip-Off Challenge at Arundel.

Friday boys basketball

No. 6 John Carroll 41, Mount Carmel 39: The host Cougars (4-4) gave the Patriots a scare. Mount Carmel forced 26 turnovers and was led by Cory Groom with 18 points. Kamau Stokes and Justin Jenifer each scored nine for John Carroll (10-0).


No. 5 Owings Mills wins four: The Eagles (8-1) won four matches to take second place at the Bauerline Duals at North Carroll. Taryn Carr, Demetrius Johnson and Darius Carroll each had seven wins, including six pins by Carr.