Fallston (2-2, 6-3) evened its Chesapeake record with an 63-53 victory over visitiing Aberdeen (1-3, 3-6) on Friday.
The win gave the Cougars back-to-back wins after losing five straight games. "Mason Mullaney set the tone from the opening tip and really did a great job of handling pressure,” Cougars coach Brian Hulka. “They have some really athletic guards and Mason, for the most part, was able to penetrate and provide our shooters scoring opportunities."
Mullaney scored 16 points himself, but it was Ethan Sommer (10 rebounds and two blocks) leading the way with 23. Ryan Cassedy also scored 16 points.
“Monster game from Ethan Sommer, who really controlled the game with his rebounding,” coach Hulka said. ”Mullaney and DeMarco Reed-Postell did a great job of handling their pressure and getting us some open looks.”