Lake Clifton started the season ranked No. 10 before falling down into other teams considered. The host Lakers (9-3, 2-1 Baltimore City Division I) gave critics something to consider with a stunning upset of No. 2 Poly, 38-34, Friday.
Michael Gray had 13 points and Armon Harried had 12 points for Lake Clifton.
"It was a well-defended game on both ends," Lake Clifton coach Herman "Tree" Harried said. He added that the tempo of the game was slowed down and both teams ran set plays.
The game was tied at 20 in the first half. The Engineers (8-3, 3-1) have lost their second game this week after falling to No. 1 St. Frances, 63-57,...