The Glen Burnie boys basketball team tested its new No. 15 ranking Tuesday at Leonardtown, getting off to a slow start before eventually taking over and winning, 78-46.

After settling down, Glen Burnie took a 41-27 lead at halftime. Brandon Spain and Clarence Watkins led the visiting Gophers (6-0) with 26 and 21 points, respectively. The Raiders fell to 1-4.

No. 9 Forest Park 63, FAST 51: Rysheed Corbin scored 16 points and Antone Waters had 14 points and 10 rebounds to power the host Forresters (5-1) past the Cheetahs. Forest Park led 37-21 at the half.

Annapolis Area Christian School 52, St. Vincent Pallotti 50: With the score tied at 50, Conner Lipinski made a backdoor pass to Emmanuel Toney for the game-winning layup with three seconds left to lift the visiting Eagles (5-5) over the Panthers (4-1).


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Lipinski finished with 14 points.

Calvert Hall 59, Mount Carmel 50: The host Cardinals (5-5) won their second game in a row, and Denzel Richardson had a game-high 18 points.

Gilman 63, Boys' Latin 56: Cyrus Jones scored 20 of his 23 points in the second half, and the host Greyhounds (5-1) turned up the defensive pressure to win. The Lakers led 27-20 at the half.

Benjamin Franklin-City 70, Reginald F. Lewis 39: Antione Montgomery and Steven Chimilio each scored 11 points and the host Bayhawks (3-1) rolled.

Franklin led, 38-22, at halftime.

Wrestling

No. 5 Owings Mills wins two: The host Eagles (10-1) won their tri-match, beating Woodlawn, 57-8, and New Town, 48-28.

Owings Mills had five wrestlers with two pins each: Adrian Hazel (145); Demetrius Johnson (152); Taran Carr (170); Darius Carroll (hwt) and Brian Bekar (113).

Owings Mills' only loss was at the Bauerline Duals to Urbana last weekend.

No. 11 River Hill 55, Oakland Mills 12: The visiting Hawks (8-2) collected seven pins against the Scorpions.