The Warriors ran out to an 13-4 lead and were never threatened en route to an 84-50 win over the Indians (4-3, 5-6).
Meanwhile, in Chesapeake Division play at Patterson Mill, the Huskies pulled off the upset of C. Milton Wright, bringing that division lead into a three-way tie.
At Havre de Grace, the pressure defense in the full and half court sets by the Warriors caused trouble for the Indians for most of the opening quarter. The Warriors led 23-7 after one quarter.
The lone real chance North East had came on an 11-0 run in quarter two. The Indians had the deficit down to seven, 25-18, but Havre de Grace adjusted and had the lead at its largest, 38-22, a short time later.
At Patterson Mill, the Huskies led by six (36-30) at the half and then held on for the three-point, 66-63, upset of the Mustangs (4-1, 9-3) in Chesapeake play.
The CMW loss, coupled with wins by Joppatowne and Harford Tech, results in a three-way tie among the schools. CMW hosts Joppatowne on Tuesday and plays at Tech on Wednesday. Patterson Mill plays at Tech on Tuesday.
Dale Harris had the hot scoring hand for the Huskies, pouring in 18 points. Rashawn Elliott added 14 points, while Max Elliott and Rashawd Clowney added eight points apiece.
Quincy Haughton’s 17 points led the Mustangs. Imran Husain and Brett Lindsey added 12 points each and Bryan Stiemke had 10 points. Jack Van Syckle added seven rebounds.
Cobras beat Eagles
Tech’s (8-2) win came at Aberdeen (1-5),73-64, in Chesapeake play. Aberdeen led 35-32 at half.
Laday Cooper led the Cobras with 24 points, five rebounds and five steals. Anthony Ifeacho added 21points, while aiding on the glass were Khoury Harris (six rebounds) and Curtis McKissit (seven rebounds).
Mariners beat Cougars
Joppatowne’s (8-2) win came at home over Fallston (3-3, 7-5), 64-37, in Chesapeake play.
Montrell Horsey scored 26 points in the win, while Cassedy led the Cougars with 17 points.
Bobcats beat Tigers
Bel Air (4-3, 4-9) got back in the win column Friday night, hosting and beating Rising Sun (1-5, 1-9), 84-69, in Susquehanna play.
Senior Kieran McDermott led all scorers with 21 points and he added five steals. Senior Connor Smith had 10 points, 12 rebounds and five assists and seniors Cam Kalandros and Abe Sayihe had 11 points each. Junior Josh Stocum had 19 points in the win.