Patterson Mill boys build on Friday upset, beat Edgewood in OT Monday

Big night in high school basketball Friday with Havre de Grace staying in contention in UCBAC Susquehanna play, while Patterson Mill's upset of C. Milton Wright has tightened things up in the Chesapeake.
Big night in high school basketball Friday with Havre de Grace staying in contention in UCBAC Susquehanna play, while Patterson Mill's upset of C. Milton Wright has tightened things up in the Chesapeake. (Aegis file)

Fresh off its upset of C. Milton Wright on Friday, the Patterson Mill Huskies kwept the momentum going Monday at Edgewood.

The Huskies (4-3, 9-4) needed overtime, but still found a way to win, beating the Rams (0-6, 2-11), 60-57, in UCBAC Chesapeake Division play. The Huskies led 26-20 at half.


Rashawd Clowney’s 18 points paced four Huskies in double figures. Twin brother Rashawn Clowney scored 13, while Max Elliott netted 12 and Dale Harris chipped in 10.

Edgewood’s Stephan Lievers led all scorers with 21 points. Kashief Davis added seven points and Tiare Waldon scored six in the loss.


Warriors beat Eagles

Havre de Grace (5-2, 8-5) has its season going in the right direction after its 64-52, Susquehanna Division win at Bo Manor (3-3, 3-8), Monday night.

Jordan White led the Warriors with 16 points and six boards, while Ishawn Bryant added 13 points and seven rebounds.

Cougars lose


Fallston (7-6) stepped out of league play Monday and lost to visiting Atholton, 66-49.

Fallston’s scoring was led by Ethan Sommer’s 17 points and seven rebounds. Collin Hoerr and Cam Conroy added 10 points each, while Ryan Cassedy and Mason Mullaney finished with six points apiece.

Other Monday score

Aberdeen (3-9) also played out of league Monday and lost at City, 68-42. Stats were not provided.

Friday night action

Early last week, both Havre de Grace and North East were sitting tied atop the Susquehanna Division boys basketball standings.

Friday night, with both having lost to Elkton since Monday, North East and host Havre de Grace were playing to stay in contention. It was all Havre de Grace.

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.

The lead was 39-26 at the half.

The Warriors put the dagger in very quckly in half number two. Six straight points to open the half pushed the lead to 19, 45-26. The points led to a 13-1 run and a commanding, 52-27, advantage.

The lead was 20, 58-38, through three quarters, allowing Havre de Grace coach Brian Eberhardt to empty his bench.

That bench provided 37 points, led by Ishawn Bryant’s double-double of 12 points and 10 rebounds.

Jordan White led all scorers with 26 points, including a a 13-for-15 showing at the free throw line. The Warriors were 21-for-25 at the stripe.

Devin Hyman added nine points, while Josiah Scott and Caprice Butler scored eight points each.

Tim Webster led North East with 12 points.

Huskies beat Mustangs

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.

Other score

North Harford (2-4, 4-8) was beaten by visiting Elkton (5-1, 6-4), 66-44, in Susquehanna play. Stats were not provided.

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