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Roundup: Francis Scott Key boys beat Winters Mill, 50-47

Francis Scott Key 50, Winters Mill 47: The Eagles' RJ Lee scored 17 points and had 11 rebounds in the Eagles' 2A West Region Section II quarterfinal win.

Francis Scott Key will travel to Century on Tuesday for the sectional semifinals.

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The Falcons' Rashad Woodyard scored 21 points.

— Matt Owings, Baltimore Sun Media Group

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No. 8 City 70, Digital Harbor 41: The host Knights (17-5) got off to another slow start, but a strong second-half performance carried them past the Rams (7-9) in a Class 3A East.

Kanae Sydnor led City with 14 points. The Knights face host Mount Hebron at 7 p.m. in Monday's sectional semifinal.

No. 9 Patterson Mill 66, Elkton 28: The host Huskies (16-5) moved on in Class 2A East.

Qalea Ismail scored 20 points to lead Patterson Mill, which also got 12 points from Khayla Mitchell.

The Huskies will play at Rising Sun on Tuesday.

—Randall L. McRoberts,

Baltimore Sun Media Group

Arundel 69, Glen Burnie 46: Kennedi Colclough scored 12 of her team-high 19 points in the second quarter and helped Arundel pull away for a 69-46 victory over Glen Burnie in a Class 4A East quarterfinal.

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The Wildcats had a one-point lead on the Gophers after the first eight minutes but opened the second quarter with a 15-0 run to break the game open.

Arundel (16-6) will play at Severna Park on Monday in a section semifinal. The teams split their regular-season meetings with each winning by a point on its home court. The Wildcats are looking to knock the Falcons out of the playoffs for the second straight year. Arundel has won eight out of its last 10 games; Severna Park is on a 15-game winning streak.

—Bob Hough,

Baltimore Sun Media Group

Bel Air 42, North Harford 24: The Bobcats (7-13) are alive in Class 3A North, beating the host Hawks (7-11).

Renie Tsomos scored 11 points to lead the winners. Claire Macatee's seven points led the Hawks.

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Bel Air led 27-10 at half.

—Randall L. McRoberts,

Baltimore Sun Media Group

Century 46, Francis Scott Key 22: The Knights forced 29 turnovers, held the Eagles under double-digit points in all four quarters, and cruised to a Class 2A West win.

"That's kind of what we're known for," Century senior guard Shelby Mercer said. "Our defense really helps us out during the game, and I definitely thought we brought it today. I thought we really needed that, too."

Mercer scored a game-high 14 points and Madi Hall added 11. Both senior guards also led the aggressive charge on defense.

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Hall sank a pair of free throws with 2: 46 left in the first quarter that put the Knights (12-11) ahead 7-0. That also started a stretch of 57 seconds in which Hall scored seven points. She scored a breakaway layup off a steal, and followed with a 3-pointer from the right wing to make it 12-4 with just under two minutes to go in the period.

The two times Century and Francis Scott Key played during the regular season, they were close games. The Knights won by three in January, but the Eagles won by five just a little over three weeks ago.

"Our shots really didn't sink last time. We were way off," Mercer said. "We knew we had to step it up this time."

— Jake Rill,

Baltimore Sun Media Group

Boys

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Havre de Grace 75, St. Michaels 30: The host Warriors (19-3) ran out to an 17-1 first-quarter lead and never looked back in Class 1A East.

Jordan Hawthorne scored 14 points to lead 13 Warriors in the scoring column. Zayrron Blake (13 points) and Kris Yancey (10) also reached double figures. Freshman Antonio Smith led the Saints with 16.

Havre de Grace will host Kent County at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

—Randall L. McRoberts,

Baltimore Sun Media Group

Edgewood 78, Bel Air 61: The host Rams (12-8) moved past the Bobcats (7-15) on in Class 3A North. The Rams led 34-22 at half.

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Donavin Tilley led the Rams with 21 points, seven rebounds and five assists. Raekwon Harrison added eight points and 10 assists and Immanuel Gladden-Stokes netted 14 points. Tyrone McKisset chipped in 11 points.

In 2A East, Fallston (3-20) saw its season end at Elkton, losing 69-49.

—Randall L. McRoberts,

Baltimore Sun Media Group

Aberdeen 35, North Harford 28: The Eagles (12-10) won a low-scoring Class 3A North game at the Hawks (9-13). There were just four baskets made in the second half.

Nyshaun Greene scored 12 points to lead the Eagles. Jayden Saddler added nine points and Jaleel Gibson had eight.

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Aberdeen plays at C. Milton Wright on Tuesday.

—Randall L. McRoberts

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Western Tech 62, Loch Raven 37: Junior Tyrell Moseley scored 13 points and Jared Milburn had 12 in the Wolverines' victory in the Class 2A North section quarterfinals.

Loch Raven senior guard Jake DiCentio scored a team-high 13 points.

In Western Tech's final regular season game, they blasted No. 10 Hereford, 51-21. That was the same Hereford (18-4) squad that played in the Baltimore County championship and lost, 57-44, to Woodlawn.

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—Craig Clary,

Baltimore Sun Media Group

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