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Roundup: No. 13 Lake Clifton boys rout No. 10 Poly

No. 13 Lake Clifton was down by two after the first quarter, so a defensive switch was coming. The Lakers defenders targeted No. 10 Poly's No. 1 scoring threat, John Crosby, denying him opportunities. And the Lakers (13-7, 5-3 Baltimore City) won the next three quarters and the game, 67-51, to upset the Engineers (14-5, 5-2) in boys basketball Tuesday night. Stephen Brown led Lake Clifton with 17 points, and Crosby had 16 for Poly. No. 3 Dunbar 81, Forest Park 59: The visiting Foresters (10-5, 3-5 city) hung around for a half, leading by one after the first quarter and trailing by four at halftime. Then turnovers in the second half turned loose the Poets' offense and...

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