A fast start led the Harford Tech boys basketball team to its first UCBAC Chesapeake Division win Friday night.The Cobras (1-4, 4-7) outscored visiting Joppatowne (2-3, 6-4), 17-4 in the first quarter and went on to win, 59-48. Tech led at the half, 28-10.
Standing at 6’2, Maryvale’s Claire Neff has the ability to back opponents down and score with her height or to draw them out past the 3-point arc for a triple, averaging 18.9 points per game this season.
The No. 4 Gaels — behind a strong inside performance from Jason Edokpayi, big shots from Tyler Breslford and poised team play down the stretch — took hold of the game with a dominating third quarter and never let go in claiming a 62-53 home win over the Panthers at packed Smith Center.
Junior guard Noah Riley led the Knights with 17 points and Wunder contributed 13. Owings scored eight points and added four rebounds and six blocks for the Knights (10-2, 5-1 CCAL), who won their third in a row and ninth in the last 10 games.
The Fallston Cougars girls basketball team came away with a rare win Thursday, going on the road and winning at Aberdeen.The Cougars (4-1, 8-4) won the UCBAC Chesapeake Division game over the Eagles (2-2, 5-4), 53-49.
Multiple media outlets are reporting that Navy defensive coordinator Brian Newberry interviewed for the same position at Mississippi State on Saturday. According to 247 Sports, newly-hired head coach Mike Leach was going to offer Newberry the position during their meeting in Starkville.