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Varsity roundup (Feb. 7): Lake Clifton boys win on late 3 by Andre Rafus

Andre Rafus stepped up again for No. 6 Lake Clifton.

With the host Lakers (16-4) trailing by one with 15 seconds left, the senior forward made a 3-pointer and the defense got the final two stops to beat No. 9 Dunbar, 58-56, in boys basketball Tuesday.

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Rafus finished with a game-high 30 points and had 15 rebounds. Lake Clifton coach Herman "Tree" Harried described the game as "close, tough and physical."

"There were guys diving on [loose] balls on the floor. Both teams played hard and executed well," Harried said. "It was nip and tuck the whole way."

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Damonte Moore (15 points) and Dashawn Phillip (14 points) led the Poets (13-3).

Glenelg 65, Oakland Mills 63: The Gladiators (13-6) withstood a 22-13 comeback in the fourth quarter and beat the host Scorpions (5-13).

Chris Currie had 17 points for Glenelg, which went 12-for-15 from the free-throw line. Jordan Hopkins finished with a game-high 21 points for Oakland Mills.

Meade 43, South River 36: Josh Lee had seven field goals, including one 3-pointer, and went 5-for-10 from the line for a game-high 20 points, but the host Seahawks (6-12) fell to the Mustangs (14-5).

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C. Milton Wright 85, Elkton 66: Junior guards Imran Hussain (24 points) and Brett Lindsey (18 points) led the way as the Mustangs (6-12) beat the host Golden Elks (6-11).

Girls

Chesapeake-AA 59, Arundel 43: The visiting Cougars (16-3) took control early and beat the Wildcats (3-12).

Brooke Worrell had 19 points for Chesapeake-AA.

No. 10 Patterson Mill 56, Harford Tech 31: The Huskies (18-1) kept rolling and beat the host Cobras (8-9).

Winters Mill 52, Francis Scott Key 42: Samantha Petela scored a game-high 17 points to lead the visiting Falcons (7-11) to a series sweep of the host Eagles (10-7).

—Megan Woodward,

Baltimore Sun Media Group

Boys swimming

Harford County championships: The C. Milton Wright boys swim team won its sixth straight county championship at Magnolia Middle School. The Mustangs totaled 332 points to beat Patterson Mill, 293. Bel Air was third with 261, and Harford Tech fourth with 235. Fallston rounded out the top five with 222.

—Randall L. McRoberts,

Baltimore Sun Media Group

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