North Harford girls beat injuries, Eagles in basketball

Randy McRoberts
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Battling the injury big, the North Harford (4-1, 5-5) girls basketball team got back in the win column Monday night, beating host Bo Manor (3-2, 5-5), 47-42, in UCBAC Susquehanna Division play.

Senior Jess Smith led the Hawks with 16 points, 10 rebounds, six steals and two blocks. Seniors Cam Sawyer and Alison Bufano added eight points each. Sawyer also had nine rebounds and a steal, while Bufano added four rebounds and one steal.

Junior Sam Crone scored four points and gave the Hawks the spark they needed after halftime, adding three steals. Senior Brooke Ciampaglio added 3 points, 2 rebounds and five steals, while sophomores Lily Macatee and Jayden Weiman combined for three points, 14 rebounds and three steals.

Other Monday score

In non-division play, Joppatowne (7-4) beat visiting Edgewood (0-8), 65-20. Stats were not provided.

Sumpter leads Warriors

North Harford, still feeling the ills of injuries, lost Thursday in division play to visiting Havre de Grace.

The Warriors (2-2, 3-6) played consistent and with a large scoring edge in the final quarter, beat the Hawks, 53-40, in UCBAC.

“We still have several of our starters out with injuries, we ran out of gas in the fourth quarter and we’re outscored, 27-9,” Hawks coach Wendy Feight said. “We also had 27 turnovers to their five.”

Havre de Grace senior Kayla Sumpter led the Warriors with 30 points and junior Hannah Koop added 15 points.

Sawyer led the Hawks with 17 points and 12 rebounds, while Bufano added 10 points. Macatee contributed eight points and 10 rebounds.

Eagles still unbeaten

Aberdeen (4-0, 10-0) stayed undefeated Thursday, winning at Harford Tech (0-4, 3-6), 68-50., in Chesapeake Division action.

Jaelyne DeVeaux led the Eagles with 19 points and Cassandra Smith added 13 points.

Mustangs beat Mariners

C. Milton Wright (1-2, 3-4) notched its first Chesapeake win Thursday, beating visiting Joppatowne (51-36).

Miranda Turner led the winners with 18 points, while Taylor Marchetti added 13 points.

HCS still winless

Harford Christian (0-6) is still looking a for win after an 41-26 loss to visiting Red Lion Christian on Thursday.

Leading the Eagles scoring, Katy Lanchak scored six points, while Joy Edwards and Natalie Dodson scored five points each.

Other Thursday score

In Susquehanna play Thursday, Edgewood (0-4, 0-7) also remained winless after a 59-19 loss to visiting Bo Manor.

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