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Varsity roundup (Feb. 14): Final push sends Hereford past Western Tech

during Friday night's game at St. Mary's High School in Annapolis.
during Friday night's game at St. Mary's High School in Annapolis. (By Matthew Cole / Capital Gazette)

Hereford broke a tie with a 7-0 run in the final 1 minute, 20 seconds and defeated host Western Tech, 52-45, in girls basketball action.

Reese Harden (17 points), Rachel Saunders (13) and Brynn Deluzio (10) led the Bulls (16-3).

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Harden broke the tie with a 7-foot jump shot.

"I usually do that," Harden said. "I like driving a little more, but I just felt it and I hit it and we were pumped up after that."

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Sophomore Tiffany Manning (17 points) led the Wolverines (11-8) and lone senior DeAna Tyson had six points and 11 rebounds on senior night.

No. 4 Catonsville 78, Milford Mill 24: Jasmine Dickey scored a game-high 25 points to lead the host Comets (18-3) past the Millers (4-14). Catonsville faces No. 13 Pikesville in the Baltimore County championship 5 p.m. Tuesday at SECU Arena.

Elkton 48, Harford Tech 46: Courtney Logan scored 21 points and Emma Ryan had 11 points, but the visiting Cobras (7-11) fell to the Golden Elks (12-9) for a second straight time. Harford Tech lost its previous game on Feb. 9 to Elkton, 49-43.

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McDonogh 59, Archbishop Spalding 50: Noah Locke scored 26 points to surpass 2,000 in his career, and the Eagles (14-12, 7-9 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference Black Division) beat the host Cavaliers (3-22, 2-13).

Locke entered needing only 13 points to reach 2,000.

St. Maria Goretti 72, No. 2 John Carroll 61: The host Gaels (24-7) went on a 21-13 run in the third quarter to pull away from the Patriots (23-7). Yavuz Gultekin scored 13 points and Nigel Haughton had 12 points for John Carroll.

No. 6 Boys' Latin 71, Annapolis Area Christian 60: The Lakers (23-5, 12-4 MIAA A Conference Black Division) made two 3-pointers during an 8-0 run in the third quarter and beat the Eagles (9-14, 3-13). Eddie Scott had 13 points for AACS.

No. 14 C. Milton Wright 49, Century 43: Imran Husain scored 15 points to lead the host Mustangs (17-4) past the Knights (14-7). C.M. Wright led 21-20 in the first half.

Baltimore Sun staff contributed to this article.

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