Patterson Mill women basketball ends Harford Tech’s six-game successful streak

Jan. 7—The Harford Tech women basketball group took a six-game successful streak to Patterson Mill on Thursday and the host Huskies ended it with a 48-37 victory in Higher Chesapeake Bay Athletic Convention, Chesapeake Division play.

Patterson Mill (3-0 division, 6-2 total) led 11-2 after one quarter and 19-15 on the half. The lead fluctuated till the Huskies pulled away with eight straight free throws within the fourth quarter.

Madison Knight’s double-double of 16 factors and 17 rebounds led the way in which for the Huskies. Kiley Wilhelm added 11 factors and 10 rebounds for one more double-double, whereas Ava Wheeler netted 12 factors.

Anyia Gibson additionally had a double-double with 14 factors and 15 rebounds and added two assists and two blocks to steer the Cobras (1-1, 7-2). Sophia Mace recorded eight factors, two assists, two steals, 5 rebounds and one block.

Jordan Strang added 5 factors, 4 assists, 12 rebounds, one block and one steal for Harford Tech, whereas Amya Goodsell had seven factors, 4 assists and three rebounds. Sarah Hunt had three factors, one steal and two rebounds.

Women basketball

Fallston 46, C. Milton Wright 35

The Cougars (3-0, 5-3) obtained again within the win column with a win over the visiting Mustangs (1-2, 4-4) in UCBAC Chesapeake Division play.

Ayla Galloway had 12 factors and 12 rebounds for a double-double, whereas Jillian Crawford contributed 11 factors, six rebounds and 6 assists.

Julia Skinner scored 9 factors and Amanda Sharpe added seven factors and 4 rebounds for Fallston.

Edgewood 65, North Harford 49

The Rams (3-1, 5-3) beat the visiting Hawks (2-1, 5-4) in a UCBAC Susquehanna Division recreation.

Ma’niya Alston led Edgewood with 28 factors, whereas Concord Madu added 13 factors and 16 rebounds for a double-double. Ronni Edwards scored 11 factors.

Kimora Barton chipped in with six rebounds and a few key assists.

“Janice Rodriguez, Lilly Smeltzer and Courtney Pryor supplied good protection for the Rams all through the sport,” Rams coach Wes Laguerre stated. “Aryella Cullum, Brielle Whitworth and Sa’niya Brown added key minutes for the Rams as nicely.”

Laynie Sheahy’s 20 factors paced the Hawks and Abigail Buckland scored 13 factors. Freshman Caroline Nicholson made her varsity debut with 5 factors and 4 rebounds.

Abigail Buckland additionally had six steals, whereas Jenna Amrhein added 5 steals and eight rebounds.

“A lot better effort tonight,” Hawks coach Wayne Huller stated. “A really bodily recreation and enjoying with 1 / 4 of the entire group.”

Elkton 54, Havre de Grace 44

The Warriors (1-2, 2-5) misplaced to the host Elks (2-1, 3-3) in UCBAC Susquehanna Division play.

“Each groups battled it out to the top, however a weak third quarter put us in a deficit,” Have de Grace coach Lisa Koop stated.

Kaedence Bryant led the Warriors with 19 factors.

Bo Manor 37, Bel Air 34

The Bobcats (0-2, 0-7) remained winless with the loss to the visiting Eagles (1-2, 5-2) in UCBAC Chesapeake Division play. Bel Air trailed at half, 20-14.

Allie Tivvis scored eight factors to steer Bel Air.

Crofton 60, Aberdeen 40

The Eagles (1-5) had been crushed by the visiting Cardinals in a nonleague recreation.

Nyjah Harris had 13 factors, two steals, 4 assists to steer Aberdeen. Tarin Coley added 9 factors, 5 rebounds and three assists and JaNiya Doyle recorded 9 factors, 4 rebounds and 4 assists.

Boys basketball

Harford Christian 45, Arlington Baptist 27

The Christian Eagles (2-0, 4-1) knocked off the visiting Baptist Eagles in a Maryland Affiliation of Christian Colleges Athletic Convention recreation.

Harford jumped to a 26-9 halftime lead and rolled type there.

Harford’s Josh Olinger led the way in which with 15 factors, whereas Timmy Williams added six factors and 6 assists.

Ben Coomes had six factors and 9 steals for Harford, whereas Dan Giro had six factors and 11 rebounds and Ben Kuntsbeck scored 5 factors.


Fallston 227, Aberdeen 101

The Cougars gained the boys (107-58) and women (120-43) meets at Edgewood Center College.

Spotlight wins for the Cougars had been Ethan Smith (boys 50 freestyle, 24.72); Matt Shaffer (boys 100 free, 57.50); Ace Liu (women 100 free, 58.86); Georgia Watson (women 500 free, 6:44.18); Zach Olszyk (boys 100 backstroke, 1:11.73); and Caleb Konkle (boys 100 breast stroke, 1:19.49).