Towson's Derrick Shoats (14 points), Hammond Dugan (13) and Ben Boas (11) led the Generals to a 58-53 victory over host Lansdowne (13-8) in Class 3A North Region playoff action on Friday night. Boas, playing in his first varsity game after being promoted from the junior varsity, hit three 3-pointers in the fourth quarter for Towson (10-13). The Vikings were led by Teddy Wilson (13) and Tayvon Williams (12). No.
Catonsville High opened the girls Baltimore County championship game with a15-0 run and they coasted to a 76-41 victory over Pikesville at Towson University’s SECU Arena on Tuesday night. Jasmine Dickey (20 points), Jameila Barrett (19) and Gabby Douglas (15) led the No. 4 Comets (19-3). No. 13 Pikesville (19-2) was led by Charia Roberts (18). Aysia Ferguson scored all nine of her points in the first quarter when the Comets built a 23-6 lead.
Hereford broke a 45-45 tie with a 7-0 run in the final 1:20 and defeated host Western Tech, 52-45, in girls basketball action on Wednesday night. Harden broke the tie with a 7-foot jump shot with 1:20 left. “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.”Sophomore Tiffany Manning had 17 points, seven rebounds and four assists for the Wolverines (12-9) who were playing their third game in the past three days.
Catonsville High's boys basketball team opens the season on Tuesday, Dec. 5 at 5:30 p.m. against Oakland Mills. The Comets will be coached by Teron Owens who played on Catonsville's 1992 state championship team STORY, PHOTOS, VIDEO: https://t.co/YLwlVh1TlLhttps://t.co/pBXdzMTNn8
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