Jackson helps Digital Harbor thwart Douglass' upset bid

Justin Jackson hit an 18-foot jumper with 3.2 seconds left in the game to lift the No. 6 Digital Harbor boys basketball team over host Douglass, 76-74, Thursday.

Douglass led most of the game until the Rams (14-3) outscored the Ducks, 27-24 in the fourth quarter.

Digital Harbor's Davon Usher finished with a game-high 31 points. Davon Vinnie had 28 points for Douglass.

No. 3 City 74, Northwestern 41: Jordan Latham had a game-high 24 points to power the visiting Knights (13-2) past the Wildcats. City went 25-for-40 from the free throw line and never trailed.

No. 10 Lake Clifton 81, Maritime Academy 33: Josh Selby and Durand Johnson each had double doubles to lead the host Lakers (11-3) past Maritime Academy.

Selby had 24 points and 18 assists, and Johnson had 22 points and 10 rebounds. Lake Clifton led 52-26 at the half.

No. 3 Digital Harbor 66, Douglass 15:

A'lexus Harrison scored 12 points to lead the host Rams (12-4) past the Ducks.

Digital Harbor led 44-10 at halftime.

No. 7 Western 77, Edmondson 22:

The host Doves (8-6) held the Red Storm to 14 points in the first half en route to the win. Tenicia Spence had a game-high 19 points for Western.

No. 10 City 69, Northwestern 27:

LaShay Taft had 13 points to lead the host Knights (12-3) past the Wildcats. City led 22-6 after the first quarter and never trailed.

No. 13 Joppatowne 63, C. Milton Wright 37:

Zameria Jones had a game-high 17 points as the host Mariners (15-2) defeated the Mustangs.

C.M. Wright led 12-9, but Joppatowne outscored the Mustangs by 11 points in the second quarter and led the rest of the way.

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