Kimbal Mackenzie turned up the offense and No. 10 John Carroll beat Poly Prep (N.Y.), 50-45, in boys basketball at the Mirabito Stop-DWI Holiday Classic in Binghamton, N.Y., on Saturday night.
Mackenzie had a game-high 22 points on 7-for-14 shooting from the field. The Patriots (11-5) advance to today's semifinals against Long Island Lutheran (N.Y.), which features Devonte Green, younger brother of San Antonio Spurs guard Danny Green.
Bowie 65, No. 13 New Town 60: Danny Shand scored 24 points, but the Titans (3-3) fell to the Bulldogs in the championship of the Oakland Mills Holiday Tournament.
No. 9 Oakland Mills 100, Edgewood 71: Mamadou Ndiaye scored a game-high 28 points and Daniel Kiely added 23 as the Scorpions (6-1) hit triple figures to beat the Rams (3-3) in the consolation game of the Oakland Mills Holiday Tournament.
No. 14 Lake Clifton 70, Dundalk 42: Elijah Kess scored 17 points and Derrick Green added 14 to lead the Lakers (86-0) past the Owls (5-1) in the championship game of the Dundalk Holiday Tournament.
St. Paul's 63, St. Anthony's (N.Y.) 43: Zach Bare scored a game-high 20 points to power the Crusaders (5-5) past the Friars at the Council Rock tournament in Newtown, Pa.
Loyola 53, Regis (N.Y.) 44: The Dons (4-7) bounced back from an opening-round loss to Tampa Jesuit on Friday and advanced to today's fifth-place game against the winner of Jesuit New Orleans-Cristo Rey in the Father George National Jesuit Christmas Classic at Georgetown Prep.
Severna Park 55, Gilman 54: Jerrell Harris (11 points) made a driving layup at the buzzer as the visiting Falcons (7-0) beat the defending champion Greyhounds (5-7) in the championship of the Sherm Bristow Holiday tournament.
Severna Park's Taylor Kitzmiller earned the tournament's Most Valuable Player award. Douglas Cooper had 11 points for Gilman.
No. 3 Roland Park 58, Flint Hill (Va.) 34: The Reds (7-2) recovered from Friday's opening-round loss at the Bulldog Bash in Chantilly, Va.
and Jeydah Johnson each scored 11 points for Roland Park.
No. 9 City 59, Frederick 45: Dyzhanay Burton led all scorers with 20 points as the Knights (8-0) claimed the White Division championship at the Lady Millers Holiday Tournament at Milford Mill.
Archbishop Spalding 61, Friendly 29: Victoria Reynolds scored a career-high 24 points to power the Cavaliers (4-9) past the Patriots at the International Association of Approved Basketball Officials Tournament in Largo.
Spalding closed out the fourth quarter on a 22-7 run.
McDonogh wins twice: The Eagles took first place in both boys and girls divisions at the Frostbite Invite at the Prince George's Sports & Learning Complex in Landover.
The No. 2 McDonogh boys took first with a score of 145, followed by Century (82) and Gilman (66).
The top-ranked McDonogh girls finished with 105 followed by Boonsboro (72) and Mount de Sales (67).Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun