Aberdeen tops Elkton in Monday girls basketball

Aberdeen's Brionna Jones moves in for a layup during Friday night's game in the Public School - Private School Challenge at John Carroll in Bel Air. Jones scored 30 in leading the top-ranked Eagles to victory over McDonough.
Aberdeen's Brionna Jones moves in for a layup during Friday night's game in the Public School - Private School Challenge at John Carroll in Bel Air. Jones scored 30 in leading the top-ranked Eagles to victory over McDonough.(MATT BUTTON | AEGIS STAFF, Patuxent Homestead)

The Aberdeen Eagles kept their unbeaten streak alive in girls basketball Monday night, dismantling host-team Elkton, 66-28.

The Eagles took a 20-4 lead into the second quarter and were leading at halftime, 36-9.


Brionna Jones, who broke the 1,000 point barrier at the beginning of the 2011-12 season, passed another milestone during Monday's win - her 13 boards put her over 1,000 career rebounds. Jones also led the Eagles in scoring with 24 points.

Stephanie Jones helped the winning cause with 15 points, while Jimmia McCluskey netted 16 points in the victory.

The win put Aberdeen at 3-0 on the season.

Bel Air over North Harford

Bel Air topped the visiting North Harford Hawks on Monday, 42-37.

The host-team Bobcats led 22-18 at halftime.

Kate Chizmar posted 14 points and 15 rebounds to lead Bel Air in both of those categories, while teammate Connor Hanley had 11 points.

North Harford's leading scorers were Morgan Knox and Anne Werning, who each had 11 points.


Harford Christian by two

The Harford Christian Eagles came through with a two-point road win on Monday, defeating host Calvary Baptist, 36-34.

Chloe Akers led the Eagles with 10 points, six rebounds and four steals. Grace Shanahan had four points, six steals and six assists, while fellow Eagle Taylor Lavia had eight points and 11 rebounds. Kelsey Williams scored four points and pulled down 11 rebounds, while Stephanie Tittel had four points and a team-best eight steals.

Huskies drop Mustangs

The Patterson Mill Huskies won on the road Monday, dispatching the C. Milton Wright Mustangs, 62-48.

Qualea Ismail and Morgan Golec led the winning side, each scoring 17 points. Maya Peguero had 12 points in the victory, while teammate Elizabeth Wilson had 10 tallies.


Abby Smucker paced the Mustang offense with a 16-point showing, while Allie Appleby had 13 points and their teammate, Emma Hahner, scored 10.

Joppatowne beats Havre de Grace

The Joppatowne Mariners rallied to a 48-41home-court victory Monday over the Havre de Grace Warriors.

Annalise Paylor had a team-best 17 points and grabbed nine rebounds in the victory. Joppatowne's Niyah Green had 13 points and 11 rebounds.

Havre de Grace's Taylor Smith scored 12 points, and close behind was Addie Richardson, who had 11.

Edgewood wins on road

The Edgewood Rams came back from Cecil County on Monday night with a 66-33 win over host Rising Sun.

Shania Stamper had 15 points, while teammate Jakia Robinson had 12 points and three assists.

Aberdeen over McDonogh

Friday's battle of the number one and two ranked girls basketball teams the Baltimore region ended with the No. 1 Aberdeen Eagles edging McDonogh, 57-51, in the Public School–Private School Challenge at John Carroll in Bel Air.

Leading the way for Aberdeen was senior Jones, who scored a game-high 30 points and pulled down 11 rebounds.

Aberdeen had a two-point lead with just under 40 seconds remaining, when Kierra Palmer went to the charity stripe for a one-and-one after being fouled.

Palmer's first attempt clanged off the rim, but there to grab the rebound was Jones, who quickly tossed in a layup that gave the Eagles a 55-51 cushion.

After going up 14-4 in the opening minutes, McDonogh stormed back to lead, 19-18, at the end of the first quarter.

Halfway through the third quarter, the Eagles found themselves down by seven points, their largest deficit of the game.

Aberdeen's Endia Jones netted with eight points, while teammate Jimmia McCluskey scored seven in the victory. Donisha Porter and Stephanie Jones each had six points for Aberdeen.

Patterson Mill over Edgewood

The Patterson Mill Huskies won easily Friday night, beating the host Edgewood Rams, 54-36.

Golec led all scorers with 23 while Ismail scored 14.

Edgewood's La'Dea Boykin and Stamper each had 11 points.

Fallston stomps Joppatowne

The Fallston Cougars beat the visiting Joppatowne Mariners, 52-15, Friday night.

The Cougars were led by Kayla Reilly, who scored 12 points.

Joppatowne's Felicia Okoye led the Mariners with eight points.

Fallston led at halftime, 24-6.

Bel Air tops Cristo Ray

The Bel Air Bobcats earned a road victory Friday, beating Cristo Ray Jesuit, 44-24.

Jamie Bittner scored 12 points to lead the Bobcats, while Reni Tsomos and Lacy Underhill each scored six.

The Bobcats led at the half, 24-4.

Warriors thumped

The Havre de Grace Warriors girls lost Thursday night to visiting Patterson, 57-26.

Richardson led the Warriors in scoring, putting up nine points. Shannon Pilcher and Jenna Kits each scored five points for the Warriors.