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Aberdeen girls basketball struggles in lopsided loss to Century | Harford high school roundup

Aberdeen's Sumer Edwards knocks the ball away from Century's Caroline Little before going in for the score during Wednesday's game at Aberdeen.
Aberdeen's Sumer Edwards knocks the ball away from Century's Caroline Little before going in for the score during Wednesday's game at Aberdeen. (Matt Button / The Aegis/Baltimore Sun Media)

The Aberdeen girls basketball team’s struggles continued Wednesday night in the Eagles’ 50-6 nonleague loss to the visiting Century Knights.

Century outscored Aberdeen 20-0 in the first quarter. The Knights’ lead was 29-3 at halftime.

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“I had some girls that played very aggressively and worked hard to get rebounds and steals,” Aberdeen coach Jimmia McCluskey said.

McCluskey noted JaNiya Doyle as the best defensive player for the Eagles, while Jazmyn Kemp had 10 rebounds and Ailayh Williams added seven rebounds.

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Sumer Edwards had two points, one rebound and a steal, while Tarin Coley scored two points, grabbed three rebounds and made one steal.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Patterson Mill 50, Joppatowne 12: The Huskies (8-2) dominated from the beginning to beat the visiting Mariners (1-5) in a nonleague game between Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference schools. The lead was 21-3 after a quarter and 38-3 at halftime. Madison Knight posted a double-double with 21 points and 10 rebounds. Kiley Wilhelm added 11 points and nine rebounds.

John Carroll 38, Maryvale 24: The Patriots (2-0 league, 4-2 overall) knocked off the host Lions (0-4, 3-6) in an Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland B1 Conference game.

SWIMMING

Fallston 236, Edgewood 51: The Cougars cruised past the Rams in a Wednesday UCBAC dual meet at Magnolia Middle School. Fallston won the girls meet 121-30 and the boys, 115-21. Fallston’s first place finishers were Ethan Smith, 200 freestyle (2:01.62) and 100 free (54.86); Ace Liu, 200 free (2:08.52) and 100 free (59.59); Zack Patton, 200 IM (2:57.28); Abby Schneider, 200 IM (2:25.10) and 100 breaststroke (1:17.62); Zach Olszyk, 50 free (25.52) and 100 backstroke (1:08.41); Lilli Pasquinelli, 50 free (29.42); Ian Wright, 100 butterfly (1:20.97); Liz Fisher, 100 fly (1:23.07); Anna Gnagey, 500 free (5:42.75) and 100 back (1:08.47); and Caleb Konkle, 100 breaststroke (1:20.56).

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Bel Air 190.5, C. Milton Wright 143.5: The Bobcats used an edge in boys scoring to beat the Mustangs in an UCBAC dual meet at Magnolia Middle School on Tuesday. The girls meet endedtied at 82, while the Bel Air boys, who won every event, outscored CMW, 108.5-61.5. Zac Clark won the 200 IM (2:09.34) and 100 breaststroke (1:08.38), Matt Collins won the 50 free (24.50) and 100 fly (1:00.28) and Colin O’Hare won the 100 back (1:04.74) and 100 free (55:39) to lead the Bobcats boys team.

Other individual winners for Bel Air were Greyson Maichle (200 free, 1:59.64); and Garrett White (500 free, 5:28.93). Bel Air also swept the 200 medley, 200 free and 400 free relays.

For the Bel Air girls, Olivia Van Dyke was a double winner in the 50 free (26:38) and 100 fly (1:04.51). Emily Fatkin (100 free, 1:00.66) and Gloria Lew (100 back, 1:08.98) also had wins. Bel Air also won the 200 medley relay. CMW’s girls four individual wins came from two swimmers. Kaylee Blair won the 200 free (2:03.35) and 500 free (5:33.35), while Ellie Hanson won the 200 IM (2:27.58) and 100 breaststroke (1:17.24). The Mustangs also won the 200 and 400 free relays.

WRESTLING

C. Milton Wright 59, Rising Sun 20: The Mustangs (3-2) edged over .500 Wednesday with win over host Rising Sun in Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference dual meet action.

The Mustangs fell behind early as Tyler Garvin beat Kane Bowers by tech fall, 18-3, at 106 pounds, and Desiderio McTague beat Mitchell Nguyen, 6-3, at 113.

The Mustangs took control at 120, the first of seven straight wins. Roy Hooe won by forfeit at 120 as did Demetrios Gourgoulianis at 126. At 132, Joshua Strong pinned Connor Dube in 0:59 and Devin Sweeney followed at 138 with a 1:38 pin of Ben Meenan.

Joey LoBianco added a forfeit win at 145 and Carter Goscinski was a winner by pin at 152. At 160, Hayden Goscinski won an 18-2 tech fall over Sam Martin.

The Tigers snapped CMW run with a forfeit win for Mason Testerman at 170, but Andrew Van Syckle put the Mustangs back in the win column at 182, pinning Collin Bell in 1:39.

At 195, Islom Salokhitdinov of CMW added a 3:05 pin ver Dylan Starysh, while Rising Sun’s final win came at 220 with Elijah Farr pinning Kylinn Fletcher in 0:53. Joel Tufts closed out the meet for CMW at 285, pinning Kaleb Johnson in 1:08.

Havre de Grace 66, Elkton 12: The Warriors (2-5) took advantage of several forfeits to beat the visiting Elks in a UCBAC dual meet.

Three Warriors, AJ Higgins, 120; Liam Logan, 126; and Adam Diallo, 182, each posted wins by pin.

The other winners by forfeit were Connor Birth, 106; Noah Goad, 132; Ayden Boyd, 138; Sam Teefy, 152; TC Hinton, 160; Christian Baldwin, 170; Alysa Kaptain, 195; Zach Hamilton, 220.

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