Roundup: No. 4 Dunbar boys win basketball opener

Host Dunbar proved it deserved its No. 4 ranking with its very first game Tuesday. Evan Singletary scored a game-high 21 points, and the Poets beat Theodore Roosevelt (D.C.), 65-50.

Dunbar split its offense between set half-court plays and a full-court press to take a 37-33 lead at the break. The Rough Riders fell to 1-1.

No. 3 St. Frances 92, Mount Carmel 45: Maurice White had 16 points and Michael Warren added 12 as the host Panthers (2-0) beat the Cougars (2-1).

The Panthers, who beat No. 14 Calvert Hall, 72-62, on Saturday, used a full-court press to take a 48-22 lead at the half.

No. 6 Lake Clifton 64, Maritime Industries 24: James Boone scored 16 points and Rodney Hawkins added 14 as the host Lakers cruised in their opening game.

Lake Clifton jumped out to a 31-5 lead after the first quarter. The Anchors fell to 0-1.

No. 10 Edmondson 61, Glenelg 53: Isaiah Tripp scored 12 points and Darius Walker (11) and Rishard Lane (10) also reached double figures as the visiting Red Storm (1-0) held off a spirited Gladiators comeback.

Edmondson raced out to a 17-2 lead in the first six minutes before Glenelg battled back to within a point early in the fourth quarter. With the game on the line, though, the Red Storm hit its last six foul shots to seal the victory. Troy Spurrier led Glenelg with 17 points

Archbishop Spalding 65, No. 11 Glenelg Country School 57: The visiting Dragons (3-2) struggled late in the fourth quarter, when the Cavaliers went to the free-throw line 10 times for the upset. Spalding hit 10 3-pointers to Glenelg's three. Warren Powers had 15 points for the Dragons.

Annapolis Area Christian School 65, St. Mary's 59: Emmanuel Toney had 24 points and Connor Lipinski added 20 to power the visiting Eagles (2-2) past the Saints (1-1) in an Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference matchup. St. Mary's Tevin Johnson led all scorers with 31 points.

Gilman 66, St. Paul's 60: Trailing by four at the half, the host Greyhounds (1-1) took the lead in the third quarter and held on to win. Ben Grace led Gilman with 25 points. The Crusaders fell to 1-3.

Edgewood 50, Joppatowne 49: The visiting Rams (1-0) won the game on a free throw with 3.2 seconds left by Van Rolle.


No. 6 Glenelg 67, City 54: Danielle Burris had 26 points, including five 3-pointers in the first quarter, for the visiting Gladiators(1-0).

Glenelg held the Knights to 13 points in the first half.

No. 9 Poly 62, Forest Park 9: The host Engineers (1-0) held the Foresters to one field goal in the first half to lead 42-2 at the break. Teira Pendleton had 15 points to lead 11 players who scored for Poly.

Fallston 44, C. Milton Wright 28: The Cougars' Rachael Holehouse scored seven points, leaving her nine short of 1,000 for her career. Fallston's next game is Saturday against Mervo at 8:30 p.m. at St. Frances in the Beast of the East Tournament.


No. 4 Winters Mill 47, North Hagerstown 21: The host Falcons (1-0) collected four pins en route to beating the Hubs (0-1). Flavio Valdez (106) and Taylor Logue (113) had back-to-back pins for Winters Mill.

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