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Roundup: Poly boys beat Dulaney, 73-70

No. 10 Poly 73, No. 9 Dulaney 70: Marcel Thompson led the way for the Engineers (5-3) with a game-high 27 points in the consolation game of the Oakland Mills Holiday Tournament. The Lions (4-2) were led by Isaiah Lamb and Joey O'Dwyer with 20 points each.

Dulaney took a 36-31 lead at halftime before Poly went on a 21-12 run in the fourth quarter to close out the game.

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The Engineers scored 20 points in the second quarter and 21 in the third and fourth quarters.

No. 5 Calvert Hall 71, Pinewood Prep (S.C.) 56: The Cardinals (11-2) quickly asserted themselves in the opening round of the International Division of the Rotary Roundball Classic in North Charleston, S.C.

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Calvert Hall took a 44-22 halftime lead and cruised past the Panthers. Evan Phoenix and Nico Clareth tied Pinewood Prep's Ahmad Ray with a game-high 19 points.

No. 8 Lake Clifton 60, Caesar Rodney (Del.) 43: Garry Jefferson scored a game-high 21 points to lead the Lakers (6-1) past the Riders at the Slam Dunk to the Beach at Cape Henlopen, Del.

Meade 80, Towson 46: Bruce Spruell scored 12 points and Tristan Easton had 10 to lead the Mustangs (8-1) past the host Generals (3-4).

Meade jumped out to a 19-11 lead after the first quarter and had a 39-22 lead at the half.

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Owings Mills 66, Digital Harbor 64, OT: Chas Harvey (30 points) went 4-for-4 from the line in overtime to lift the Eagles (4-4) over the Rams (2-4) at the Northwestern Mixer.

Hereford 62, Perry Hall 59: Gabe Ceribelli scored 21 points to lead the Bulls (8-0) past the Gators (2-6) in the championship of the North Carroll tournament.

Glen Burnie 56, Atholton 51: RaQuan McCain scored 20 points, grabbed a pair of rebounds and handed out two assists to lead the host Gophers (4-5) over Atholton in the championship game of the 13th annual James T. Bogle Invitational.

McCain, who was named the tournament's most valuable player, went 6 for 8 from the foul line in the fourth quarter for Glen Burnie, which took the lead for good on a pair of free throws from McCain with three minutes left in the game.

Dayvon Cuffey, who was named to the All-Tournament Team, followed with 11 points and 10 rebounds and Eric Powell added 10 points, six rebounds and three steals for the Gophers.

Glen Burnie (4-5) won the tournament, which is named after longtime Glen Burnie boys basketball coach and athletic director James "Terry " Bogle, for the sixth time.

"This is a good win, and that's a good team," Glen Burnie coach Mike Rudd said. "We're young, but we're finally growing up."

Chris Carter had 13 points and Brandon Willis added 12 for Atholton. Both were also named to the All-Tournament Team.

"We had some opportunities we didn't take advantage and we missed some shots," Atholton coach Jared Albert said. "I was proud of our kids, though. We responded and kept it close, but the shots just weren't falling for us."

Bob Hough

Baltimore Sun Media Group

Girls basketball

No. 1 Roland Park 60, Lakewood (S.C.) 37: Ryan Holder had a game-high 19 points to power the Reds (9-2) past the Gators in the Dolphin Division at the Carolina Invitational in Charleston, S.C.

Roland Park opened with a 16-6 run in the first quarter.

Jaia Alexander had 14 points and six rebounds for the Reds, who will face Northwood Academy (S.C.) in Monday's semifinal at 2 p.m.

No. 2 McDonogh 54, Sierra Canyon (Calif.) 45: The Eagles (9-1) led by Dajah Logan with 21 points, used six 3-pointers to beat the Trailblazers at the Title IX Holiday Invitational.

No. 9 Archbishop Spalding 64, Wilson (D.C.) 61: Kaila Clark scored 17 points and the Cavaliers (6-1) beat the Tigers at the Title IX Holiday Invitational.

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