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Edgewood girls win second straight on basketball court

Edgewood won its second game this week after opening the season with 10 consecutive losses.

The Edgewood girls basketball team got a taste of winning Tuesday and it must have liked it.

The Rams (2-6, 2-11) knocked off host North Harford (5-3, 6-7), 51-47, Thursday night in UCBAC Susquehanna Division action.

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Nina Stewart led the Rams in scoring with 14 points. Syn’Cier Fitzgerald scored 11 points and iced the game by making three free throws at the end of the game.

Alanna Whyte And Jazmyne Drakes provided eight points each, with Whyte grabbing 10 rebounds.

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“Injuries continue to haunt us, but we won't make excuses,” Hawks coach Wendy Feight said. “As long as we have five people able to play, we will keep pushing through.”

Senior Jess Smith led the Hawks with 13 points, 12 rebounds, five steals and two blocks.

Alison Bufano added 12 points, two rebounds and two steals and Ava Schmidt chipped in with 10 points, five rebounds and two blocks.

Cameron Sawyer finished the game with six points, seven rebounds and two steals.

Elks beat Rams

Edgewood’s mini win-streak was snapped Friday, in an 63-44 non-division loss to visiting Elkton (7-5).

Alexa Warren led the Rams with 21 points.

Huskies tame Tigers

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Patterson Mill (8-0 10-5) stayed perfect in Susquehanna play Thursday, beating visiting Rising Sun (4-3, 7-3), 52-41.

The Huskies led 11-8 after one quarter and 31-18 at half. They built the lead to 39-18 in the third and the Tigers came no closer than the final score of 11 points.

Madison Knight had another double-double of 12 points, 13 rebounds to lead the winners. Delaney Madsen added 12 points and eight boards, while Mikaela Troung also scored 12 points.

Bobcats to Cougars

Bel Air (5-1, 10-3) beat visiting Fallston (3-3, 7-7), 37-30, in Chesapeake Division play Thursday night.

Bailey Springer led the Bobcats with 11 points, eight rebounds, and three blocks, while Grace Wehland added seven points, nine rebounds, and four steals.

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Maggi Hall contributed eight points, four blocks and three steals.

Chantel Curry led the Cougars with 10 points, five rebonds and three steals. In addition, freshman guard Jillian Crawford added eight points, seven rebounds and two blocks. Lauren Gabranski (four points) led the Cougars defensively with 12 rebounds and a steal.

Mustangs beat Mariners

C. Milton Wright (3-3, 5-5) edged host Joppatowne (1-5, 7-7), 42-39, Thursday night in Chesapeake action.

Taylor Marchetti’s 14 points led the Mustangs and Courtney Frank scored 12.

KiYah Whitley scored 12 points and Destiny Blue added 10 points for the Mariners.

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Warriors beat Indians

Havre de Grace (3-4, 4-8) defeated visiting North East (3-5, 3-10), 43-26, Thursday in Susquehanna play.

Leading Havre de Grace were senior Kayla Sumpter with 24 points and junior Hannah Koop with 11 points.

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Teams were tied going into the half and Havre de Grace’s defense allowed the Warriors to pull ahead in the fourth quarter, according to Warriors head coach Lisa Koop.

The Warriors also played a make-up game Friday at Rising Sun (5-3, 8-3). The Warriors fell, 56-53, in Susquehanna play.

The Warriors battled back from a 33-16 halftime deficit to lose by three. “I’m really proud of the girls’ hustle and perseverance,” Warriors coach Lisa Koop said.

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Kayla Sumpter scored 31 points for Havre de Grace and Jenna Koop added eight points.

Eagles are 13-0

Aberdeen (7-0, 13-0) remained unbeaten Thursday with its 58-36 win over visiting Harford Tech (0-7, 4-9) in Chesapeake play.

Jaelyne DeVeaux scored 21 points to lead the Eagles while Anija Stancell netted 11 points. Amanda Bryant and Lakerra Cooper contributed seven points apiece.


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