Phillip Greene and Jahlil Strother, both seniors, scored 11 points each to lead the Eagles. Isaac Webster added nine points.
“Shooting’s been a troublesome spot for us this year and we lost a couple guys to eligibility who stretched the floor for us, which didn’t help,” Eagles first year coach Patrick Mull said. “We’ve been showing glimpses of some really good basketball and execution, we just can’t seem to put a full 32 minutes together right now and that’s kind of been our inability all year.”
Mustangs beat Rams
With the Chesapeake Division title clinched, C. Milton Wright (10-1, 15-3) added another win Tuesday night, beating host Edgewood (2-9, 4-14),66-55.
Imran Husain (three assists) had another hot night to lead the Mustangs, scoring 23 points.
Havre de Grace (10-2, 13-5) added a Susquehanna Division win Tuesday, beating visiting Rising Sun (1-11, 1-15), 75-38.
Caprice Butler carried the Warriors with 28 points and 11 rebounds.
Bobcats beat Hawks
Bel Air (5-6, 5-12) traveled to North Harford (5-7, 7-13) Tuesday night and won, 58-48, in Susquehanna play.
Kieran McDermott led all scorers with 23 points, including five three-pointers. He also had five rebounds and four steals.
Freshman Jaiden Jakubowski added eight points. "We knew going in that this would be a tough game. Rebounding and defense weren’t going to come easy against an always scrappy North Harford team,” Bobcats coach Alex Darko said. “Conversely, on offense we showed the poise to close it out in the end with a couple very smart plays by junior Hunter Hruz.”