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No. 8 Broadneck @ Arundel

Friday, 6:45 p.m. Outlook: The visiting Bruins have been among Anne Arundel County's most consistent team and started this week at 12-2 overall with no league losses. Arundel was 10-3 when the week started, with three league losses -- all on the road. The top two teams at season's end will play in the county championship game Feb. 26 at North County. A home win over the Bruins could go a long way toward getting the Wildcats there. With skilled players such as J.J. Hicks, Kevin Hunt and Mike Atkins, Broadneck is tough to beat. The Wildcats' strengths are the quickness of Julian Watson and Brandon Johnson-Farrell and the all-around games of Mandel Brown, Jordan Benson and Auraum Nuiriankh. The Bruins took the teams' first meeting, 70-69, at home. THE SUN'S PICK: Arundel

GIRLS BASKETBALL No. 14 Severn @ Mount de Sales

Friday, 5:30 p.m. Outlook: Severn can complete a 12-0 regular season in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland B Conference with a road win. On Jan. 4, the Admirals, who entered this week 17-3, defeated the Sailors, 41-32, as Taylor Wieczorek scored 10 points and pulled down 17 rebounds. Katie Dickerson and sophomore Leah Cranmer combined for 21 points. Admirals coach Chuck Miller said his team "is a better team than the 2004 team that won a B Conference championship and went 24-3." THE SUN'S PICK: Severn

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