No. 7 Lake Clifton got a combined 39 points from Antoine Allen, Maurice Elliott and Jason Sharp to defeat host Poly, 65-33, last night.
The Lakers (14-3), who led by 15 at halftime, added to that lead in the second half. After playing struggling Reginald Lewis later this week, Lake Clifton will host No. 5 Douglass for the right to play for the city championship.
No. 8 Walbrook 66, Southside 48 -- Daniel Rowlette scored 16 to help the host Warriors (13-4) defeat the Jaguars.
No. 5 Douglass 49, Dunbar 42 -- The host Ducks (18-0) hit 17 of 21 from the free-throw line, most in the second half, on their way to defeating the Poets. Dunbar was led by Tavon Austin's 14.
Atholton 76, Oakland Mills 72 -- Despite 43 points from David Pearman, who hit a school record 10 three-pointers, the host Scorpions (10-5) lost to the Raiders (16-3).