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Big girls basketball showdowns set for Thursday after Tuesday wins

Thursday night will be highlighted with UCBAC division championship girls basketball games in Aberdeen and Chesapeake City.

Harford County’s top three girls basketball teams were all in the win column Tuesday, preparing for Thursday night’s UCBAC division showdowns.

Chesapeake Division leading C. Milton Wright (11-0, 17-2) will visit Aberdeen (10-1, 18-1) for the title. Game time is 5:30 p.m.


Joppatowne (13-0, 17-1), meanwhile, will travel to Bo Manor (12-1, 16-3) for the Susquehanna Division crown. Game time is 7 p.m.

In Tuesday’s play, CMW’s win came at home, a 58-36 win over Elkton (4-7, 11-8).


Sydney Bukowski and Moriah Snyder scored 18 points each to pace the Mustangs scoring. Sydney Frank added 16 points.

Eagles beat Cougars

Aberdeen’s win came at Fallston (3-7, 6-12), a 48-12 win.

Jae DeVeaux and Anija Stancell led the Eagles with 19 and 17 points, respectively.

Mariners beat Hawks

Joppatowne won at home, beating North Harford (7-6, 7-12), 75-38.

Shawkina Mulizam lit up the nets for 40 points to lead the Mariners.

Junior Jess Smith led scoring for the Hawks with 11 points, followed by junior Brooke Ciampaglio with 10. Alison Bufano added seven.


Bobcats beat Huskies

Bel Air (6-6, 10-10) closed out Chesapeake play with a win Tuesday, beating visiting Patterson Mill (1-10, 2-17), 57-22.

Bailey Springer scored 12 points and Julia Henry added 10 to lead the Bobcats, who led 26-17 at the half.

Delaney Madsen scored 10 points to pace the Huskies.

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Other score

Havre de Grace (3-10, 3-15) lost at Rising Sun (4-8, 6-9), 41-28, Tuesday in Susquehanna play.


Patriots win playoff

John Carroll (16-7) hosted and won its opening IAAM A Conference playoff game Tuesday, edging Pallotti, 57-56.

Senior Myah Savage made a pair of free throws to seal the win for the Patriots.

Jordan Wakefield led the winners with 21 points and seven rebounds. Cassidy Kupchinskas (two steals) and Julia Williams (four assists) scored nine points each.

Savage finished with eight points, all from the free throw line, on 8-of-10 shooting.