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Fallston, Patterson Mill girls get first basketball wins; Aberdeen is 2-0

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Fallston coach Renee Badger talks with her team during a timeout of Thursday's game in Havre de Grace. The Cougars win was the first for Badger, who took over the girls basketball program this season.

When Fallston visited Havre de Grace Thursday night for a non-division girls basketball game between UCBAC schools, both were looking to get a win to get the season off to a decent start.

It was all Fallston (1-0) who jumped out to an 9-1 lead and never looked back. The Cougars won easily, 40-5.


Senior Maria Tamaris came off the bench to provide the early spark the Cougars needed. Tamaris made a three-point shot and then added two free throws to give the Cougars the 9-1 lead.

“I just came out and I scored,” Tamaris said. Tamaris, a senior and regular starting guard, added another three in the quarter and finished the quarter with nine points. “We had some pre-game issues that were out of our control, but having her come in and shoot that 3, was super fitting for her,” Cougars coach Renee Badger said.


The quarter ended with the Cougars leading, 14-1.

The Warriors (0-2) struggled throughout the game to score. Good shots, bad shots, it didn’t matter. The ball did not find the basket. “I think we just need to practice harder when we get to practice, work on different things,” Warriors junior Kayla Sumpter said.

The Cougars lead grew to 23-2 at the half. Both Havre de Grace points came from the free throw line.

It was 30-2 in the final 10 seconds of the third quarter when Havre de Grace made its only basket. Shanique Oliver made the basket, a three-pointer.

The final quarter saw the Cougars outscore the Warriors 10-0 to finish off the win, the first for new head coach Badger. “It’s nice to get the first one out, like the nervous jitters I have been having, and we were able to play well and work on some things that hopefully we can carry into the rest of the season,” Badger said.

Tamaris finished with 13 points, two rebounds, three steals and three assists. Jessie Clark added eight points on 4-of-7 shooting. Angelica Quintero finished with six points and six rebounds.

Bekah Taylor had six points and three steals and Lauren Gabranski had six points and four rebounds.

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Aberdeen (2-0) had no trouble with host Edgewood (0-2) in non-division play. The Eagles won big, 71-10.

Nine Eagles put points in the scorebook, led by sophomore Tristyn DeVeaux, who tossed in 18. Junior and sister Jae DeVeaux added 13 points and senior Briana Gibson scored 12.

Huskies beat Hawks

Patterson Mill defeated visiting North Harford, 43-32, in non-division play.

The win was the first for coach Joe Holehouse, who took over the program this season.

Delaney Madsen led the Huskies (1-1) with eight points, 18 rebounds, five blocked shots and three steals. Alex Reifer added 10 points and Meadow Santoriello netted nine points.


Junior Jess Smith led the Hawks (0-2) scoring with 11 points. Fellow junior Autumn Susa had six points.