Cannon County (Tenn.) 61, No. 2 Roland Park 59: Emily Sisson hit a running layup with five seconds left as the Lions beat the Reds (7-3) at the Bulldog Bash at Chantilly, Va.
Jaia Alexander led Roland Park with 19 points. Sisson finished with a game-high 29 points.
Bethlehem Catholic 54, No. 5 Poly 42: Janelle Robinson scored a game-high 19 points to power the Hawks past the Engineers (6-1) at the Baltimore Board of Officials for Women's Sports Holly & Hoops Tournament at Mount de Sales.
Both teams went over the foul limit in each half. Khepera Stokes had 10 points for Poly.
Notre Dame Prep 43, Holy Trinity (N.Y.) 26: Claire Ford and Marissa Barnado each scored 11 points to lead the Blazers (2-5) past the Titans at the BBOWS Holly & Hoops Tournament at Notre Dame Prep.
NDP led 19-12 at halftime.
Mount Carmel 50, Montrose Christian 47: The Cougars, led by Will Jenkins with 11 points, took the lead with 45 seconds left in the game and held on to beat the Mustangs at the Charm City Classic at Park.
David Erebor went 3-for-4 from the foul line in the fourth quarter and gave Mount Carmel (10-5) the lead on a free throw. Montrose Christian (6-4) is ranked No. 3 by The Washington Post.
Long Island Lutheran (N.Y.) 46, No. 10 John Carroll 34: The Crusaders, led by Devonte Green with 19 points, opened with a 15-7 run and beat the Patriots at the Stop-DWI Holiday Classic in Binghamton, N.Y. Green is the younger brother of the San Antonio Spurs' Danny Green.
John Carroll (11-6), led by Kimbal Mackenzie with 14 points, was held to a season-low 23 percent shooting.
Baltimore Sun staff contributed to this article.