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#21 85Knight

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Posted 05 March 2019 - 01:29 AM

Poly 65 City College 64 F 👀


I can't believe this score.
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Posted 05 March 2019 - 06:27 AM


I can't believe this score.


I can't either, other than attributing it to being one of the best rivalries in the state, if not the best - no matter sport, seeds or records. That close to unseeding their rival, shaking up 3A, and ending any hopes of the first 3A 3-peat. Instead, the Engineers survive and advance.
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Posted 05 March 2019 - 06:47 AM


I can't believe this score.

I tried to talk you into going to the game. After a tough season you should be proud of your boys even in the loss.

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Posted 05 March 2019 - 10:32 AM

I tried to talk you into going to the game. After a tough season you should be proud of your boys even in the loss.


Yeah but a loss is still a loss. After hearing a couple of Poly grads brag about their basketball program over the weekend I don't think witnessing a one point loss would make me feel any better.

That being said It'll be interesting to see how this game actually played out.

p.s. That game was at 6:15. I couldn't have made it anyway.
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Posted 05 March 2019 - 08:56 PM

4A South

'18 4A South Section I Final - Bladensburg 79 DuVal 69; '18 Section II Final - Eleanor Roosevelt 70 Wise 57; Bladensburg was a 3 seed, from the weaker bracket (section)

'19 Section I Final - DuVal (13-9) v High Point (13-10) >>> The Tigers topped the Eagles twice, 46-42, at High Point, 1/8, and at home, 70-62, 1/22.

'19 Section II Final - #3 Eleanor Roosevelt (21-3) v #10 Wise (18-5) >>> A rematch of last year's sectional final, the Raiders have beaten the Pumas twice this season, 72-50, and 71-65. Wise coach Lou Wilson, who has coached at Largo, Douglass, and Riverdale Baptist, in addition to Wise, has a lifetime record of 701-280.


4A North

'18 4A North Section I Final - Perry Hall 64 Dulaney 63; Section II Final - Paint Branch 74 Springbrook 54

'19 Section I Final - #33 Paint Branch (18-5) v #48 Springbrook (14-9) >>> The Panthers ran away from the Blue Devils in last season's sectional final, but the Blue Devils swept the 2-game series this season - 76-75 at Paint Branch, 1/4, and 84-61, at home, 1/25. Panthers guard Richard Dudley has averaged 20+ ppg for 2 seasons.

'19 Section II Final - #18 Dulaney (19-3) v Perry Hall (15-6) >>> The Lions have been eliminated by the Gators the last 3 seasons, 64-63 last year, 81-63 in '17, and 71-61 in '16. Dulaney ranks among the top 5 in the MPSSAA in both scoring and point differential. The Lions beat the Gators, 74-59, 2/15.


4A East

'18 4A East Section I Final - Old Mill 65 Meade 61; Section II Final - Annapolis 54 Broadneck 47

'19 Section I Final - #14 Old Mill (19-5) v #22 Meade (18-5) >>> The Patriots won their third straight AACo crown, the first to 3-peat since John Brady's Annapolis Panthers won four straight from '99-02. The Pats beat the Stangs twice this year, soundly, 73-54 and 63-52. Meade guard Mahzi Thames, the MPSSAA's leading scorer (26.5), played with Avion Robinson and Daveone Johnson for Old Mill last year.

'19 Section II Final - #16 Broadneck (19-5) v #27 North Point (17-6) - The Bruins lost in the sectional final last year, losing to Annapolis. North Point made 3 straight Final 4's from '11-13, winning it all in 2012, but haven't returned to College Park since. The Eagles edged Annapolis by 3 Monday, a team the Bruins split two 1 point games (64-63, 67-66) with.


4A West

'18 4A West Section I Final - Bethesda Chevy Chase 65 Whitman 60; Section II Final - Gaithersburg 84 Clarksburg 63

'19 Section I Final - Walter Johnson (16-7) v Whitman (14-9) >>> Walter Johnson hasn't made a Final 4 since winning the 2A state title in '87; It was just 13 years ago, in the pre-shot clock era, that the Vikings shocked the Raiders of Eleanor Roosevelt, 39-38, in the 4A state title game. Michael Gruner scored 23 of the Vikings 29 points.

'19 Section II Final - #5 Richard Montgomery (22-1) v #10 Gaithersburg (18-4) >>> Winner will be favorite in 4A West regional title game. Teams split this season, with the Rockets winning 70-65 early, and the Trojans routing its league rival at home, 54-35, several weeks ago. Trojans sophomore guard Jao Itaku topped 1,000 points (1,011) on Monday. Yes = sophomore = 1,000+. Stays healthy, and stays at Gaithersburg, may set an all-time MPSSAA scoring record.
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Posted 06 March 2019 - 08:37 AM

Dulaney has arguably the best array of talent on any team in the Baltimore area. The Lions lost to a team that lost all five starters and three best players to graduation or transfer in Laquill Hardnett (Cincinnati), Anthony Higgs (Illinois) and Anthony Walker (Brewster Academy).

I hoped Ryan Conway, Che Evans, Ike Cornish and Cam Byers would take a legitimate step in the MPSSAA playoffs and win the 4A. Is it coaching or do the players not get it? Hopefully, Dulaney can pull it all together in 2019-20. That is, if they don’t lose anyone to the transfer bug.


They haven't played yet.

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Posted 06 March 2019 - 11:05 AM


They haven't played yet.

Ok. I misread Mamba’s post. They lost in ‘18. Lol!

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Posted 06 March 2019 - 02:36 PM

Admiitedly, adding last year's results, opens itself up for confusion.
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Posted 06 March 2019 - 02:36 PM

3A South

'18 3A South Section I Final - Poly 61 Potomac 58; Section II Final - Great Mills 66 St Charles 53

'19 Section I Final - #2 Poly (18-5) v #12 Oxon Hill (18-4) >>> The 2-time defending champion and 2019 3A favorite Engineers got their wake-up call early, Monday night, holding on to beat arch rival City College, 65-64. The Clippers didn't fare well at the Mayors Academy, but went 18-2 otherwise, including wins over #12 Douglass, and at #16 Potomac,

'19 Section II Final - #25 Great Mills (19-4) v #19 St Charles (18-4) >>> A top 25 SMACkdown. Great Mills reached the regional final last year, losing to eventual state champ Poly, 60-54. The two did not meet this season. The Hornets do have a 6 point win over SMAC champion #8 Thomas Stone, while the Knights posted a 22 point win at Stone.


3A North

'18 3A North Section I Final - Milford Mill 63 Woodlawn 53; Section II Final - Dundalk 61 CM Wright 60

'19 Section I Final - Landsdowne (14-10) v Woodlawn (14-9) >>> The Warriors beat the Vikings in the final game of the season, 62-50. The Warriors have won 5 of 6 since a 6 game losing streak.

'19 Section II Final - CM Wright (18-5) v Dundalk (15-8) >>> Much was expected from Dundalk this season, expectations that haven't been met. Their potential is evident by their 12 point win at Dulaney. That team shouldn't be 14-8 against everyone else.

3A East

'18 3A East Section I Final - Centennial 57 Mt Hebron 42; Section II Final - Decatur 60 Chesapeake AA 45

'19 Section I Final - #38 Reservoir (15-8) v Mt Hebron (14-10) >>> Mt Hebron shocked 1 seed Atholton in the sectional semifinal, 67-57. It was the second game back for the Vikings Brandon Prox, who was out 5 weeks with an injury, set a HoCo record in '18, with 79 3-pointers made.

'19 Section II Final - JM Bennett (15-8) v Northeast AA (11-12) >>> If the Clippers win, and Mt Hebron wins, the regional final will be decided on the Eastern Shore for a third straight year. If the Clippers win and Reservoir win, a coin flip will decide if the Clippers come west for the regional final, or Reservoir heads to the Eastern Shore.


3A West

'18 3A West Section I Final - Rockville 53 Westminster 37; Section II Final - Thomas Johnson 65 N Hagerstown 51

'19 3A Section I Final - #29 Magruder (18-5) v Westminster (13-10) >>> The Colonels made 3 straight Final 4's (and 7 in 13 years) from '11-13, winning it all in '12, but haven't been back since.

'19 3A Section II Final - #24 Thomas Johnson (18-6) v #28 Linganore (17-6) >>> The Patriots are the defending 3A West champions. The Patriots have beaten the Lancers twice this season, 53-46, and 67-55.
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Posted 06 March 2019 - 04:26 PM

Top Sectional Final games;

2AN #6 New Town (20-1) v #4 Edmondson (19-3)

3AS #2 Poly (18-5) v 12 Oxon Hill (18-4)

4AS #3 Eleanor Roosevelt (21-3) v #10 Wise (18-5)

4AS #5 Richard Montgomery (22-1) v #9 Gaithersburg (19-4)

4AE #14 Old Mill (19-5) v #22 Meade (18-5)

4AE #15 Broadneck (19-5) v #27 North Point (17-6)

3AS #25 Great Mills (19-4) v #18 St Charles (18-4)

2AS #8 Thomas Stone (19-4) v #31 Westlake (16-6)

2AW #40 Century (19-3) v #7 Oakdale (21-3)

2AS #23 Oakland Mills v #42 River Hill (15-8)

3AW #24 Thomas Johnson (18-6) v #28 Linganore (16-6)

4AN #33 Paint Branch (18-5) v #48 Springbrook (14-9)

#11 Lake Clifton (19-4) v #35 Dunbar (14-9)

Top 75 v Top 75

4AN #17 Dulaney (19-3) v Perry Hall (16-6)

4AW Walter Johnson (16-7) v Whitman (14-9)

3AN CM Wright (18-5) v Dundalk (15-8)

3AS #38 Reservoir (15-8) v Mt Hebron (14-10)

2AN #1 Patterson (21-3) v Gwynn Park (11-12)

2AW Williamsport (18-5) v Middletown (16-6)

1AN Chesapeake (16-6) v Pikesville (15-8)

1AE #31 Havre de Grace (21-0) v Joppatowne (15-6)

2AE Wicomico (21-3) v Easton (18-5)
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Posted 07 March 2019 - 06:56 AM

March 8 Regional Finals

1A North Randallstown @ Lake Clifton
1A East Crisfield @ Havre de Grace
1A West New Era @ Southern-G

2A North Edmondson @ Patterson
2A South Oakland Mills @ Thomas Stone
2A East Harford Tech @ Wicomico
2A West Williamsport @ Oakdale

3A North Woodlawn @ CM Wright
3A South St. Charles @ Poly
3A East Northeast-AA @ Reservoir

4A North Springbrook @ Dulaney
4A East Meade @ Broadneck

The Edmondson-Patterson game is the obvious pick for game of the night on Friday but I’ve already seen both teams play. Since I’ve never seen Ryan Conway & Che Evans play in person, that Dulaney -Springbrook game is enticing.

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Posted 08 March 2019 - 12:30 AM

4A South Regional Championship

#3 Eleanor Roosevelt (21-3) v High Point (13-9) > v top 25 ER 7-3, HP 0-4; v top 50 ER; 9-3, HP 0-5

The Raiders won the only meeting between these PG 4A rivals, 56-36, limiting the Eagles to just 8 field goals in the first 24 minutes, staking a 22 point lead after 3 quarters.

Cameron Brown, a 6'3 senior and William & Mary commit, leads the Raiders, averaging 19.3 points per game, hitting 48 3's. Isaiah Gross, another 6'3 senior, averages 16.2 points per game, with 32 trifectas. Kyle Rose, a 6'4 senior transfer from Rock Creek Christian, and 6'2 junior Jahiri Simon, add to the Raiders firepower.

The Eagles are led by Sam Tabe, a 6'2 senior and the MPSSAA's second leading scorer, at 25.5 points per game, after averaging 18.9 per contest
in '18.

Raiders coach Brendan O'Connell is 273-82 in 14 years at Eleanor Roosevelt, leading his troops to 7 regional titles and two state titles ('13, '16). This will be his 10th regional championship (7-2) at the Raiders helm.

High Point has played in 8 Final 4's, 7 from the 14 year period from '82 through '95, none since. The Eagles are coached by former Largo Lions player, and Washington Adventist University assistant, Desmin Wade, in his 3rd year.

The Eagles played in one of the best two games in MPSSAA history, when the '89 defending champions lost to Annapolis in the 4A state title game. The Eagles boasted Christian Ast (Duke-) and Wayne Bristol (Maryland), while the Cats roster had point guard Gene Slocum, 6'5 Dennis Edwards, and 6'9 Teddy Contrell (UMass). The Eagles would win its their third state title ('82, '89) in '92.

The Raiders have made 9 Final 4's since the turn of the century, second to only Dunbar (13). The Raiders would become just the second 4A team to win 3 4A state titles in 7 years, joining Springbrook's 3-peat from '08-10, if they were to win it all.

In the Raiders last championship season, in '16, they routed defending champ Meade, 72-39, leading by as much as 28 points before intermission. Naji Marshall led the Raiders with 21 points. Marshall now leads the Xavier Muskateers in scoring (14.9) and minutes (34.6), and second in both rebounds (6.7) and assists (3.3).


4A North Regional Championship

#12 Dulaney (21-3) v #39 Springbrook (15-9) > v top 25 D 1-2, SPR 0-2; v top 50 D 3-2, SPR 2-7; v top 75 D 6-3, SPR 7-8

The Lions have one of of the four most talented teams in the MPSSAA, and leads the state in scoring (81.9), and second in point differential (+26.1). The Blue Devils beat Paint Branch for a third time to advance to the regional championship.

The Lions boast four of the best underclassmen in the MPSSAA, including 6'5 junior Che Evans, and 6'0 sophomore Ryan Conway, who both hold 'Power 5' offers. Adding to Lions coach Matt Lochte's riches, is 6'6 junior Cameron Byers and 6'6 sophomore Ike Cornish.

Lochte in his 13th year at Dulaney, had a talented cast in '14 and '15, with Isaiah Lamb ('14) and Scott Harrelson ('14-15), but fell to Springbrook in the regional final both years, 76-46 in '14, and 69-45 in '15. Dulaney made back-to-back Final 4's, led by Dave Skaff (George Mason), but haven't been back to College Park since.

The Blue Devils are led by senior guard Timitrius Whitney-Hawkins, who averages 19.0 points per game, draining 58 3's. Whitney-Hawkins scored 33 points with 6 3-pointers, versus Paint Branch.

The Blue Devils are coached by Darnell Myers, a former Georgetown assistant under John Thompson, is in his 5th year as head coach at Springbrook, after serving as a longtime assistant to Hall of Fame coach Thomas Crowell, including during the 3-peat years of '08-10. Myers led the Blue Devils to the Final Four in '15, losing to Meade in the semifinals.

Crowell, whose Blue Devils remain the only 4A team to 3-peat, went 193-33 in his 9 years as head coach at the Silver Spring school. Crowell also served as a longtime football assistant and offensive coordinator for Hall of Fame coach Bob Milloy, at both Springbrook and Good Counsel. Springbrook's 19 regional championships rank tied for 5th all-time.
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Posted 08 March 2019 - 12:31 AM

4A East Regional Championship

#15 Broadneck (20-5) v #19 Meade (19-5) > v top 25 B 2-2, M 2-4; v top 50 B 5-5, M 3-5; v top 75 B 6-5, M 4-5

The Mustangs proved that its hard to beat a tough rival 3 times in one season, as they knocked off AACo champ and rival Old Mill, 55-53 in the regional final, as coach Mike Glick won his 500th game.

Glick, who coached at Pallotti, Spalding, and Gwynn Park, is in his first year at Meade, after replacing his former assistant at Gwynn Park, Pete Corriero, who led Meade to its only state championship in '15.

Broadneck beat Meade in their only meeting this year back on February 5th, 69-54, using a 23-12 third quarter to break open up a 1 point game. Wednesday, the Bruins topped North Point, 66-61, to advance to the regional final.

The Bruins are led by senior Che Colbert, who scored 17 points v North Point, 6'1 senior Jahmir Young, who scored 16 in the sectional final, 6'7 junior Logan Vican, who was selected to the '18 AACo 2nd team, and 6'3 senior Mike Cantrell.

The Bruins are coached by former Bruin John Williams, who is in his 3rd year of his second stint at his alma mater. Williams led the Bruins to a pair of county titles in his first stint at Broadneck from '03-12.

The Mustangs are led by the MPSSAA's leading scorer Mahzi Thames, who averages 26.1 points per game. Thames, who has amassed over 1,200 points in his career, has hit 64 3's and 85% (120-142) of his free throws this season. 6'5 senior Tre Dunn averages 13.9 points and 9.9 rebounds per game. TJ Speight, a 5'8 sophomore, adds 10.5 points per game.

Meade has made 7 trips to the Final Four, winning AACo's only 4A state title since Annapolis won it in 1990. Broadneck has won just two regional titles, in '86 and '95.


4A West Regional Championship

#5 Richard Montgomery (23-1) v #42 Walter Johnson (18-6) > v top 25 RM 3-1, WJ 0-1; v top 50 RM 7-1, WJ 0-4; v top 75 RM 9-1, WJ 3-6

The Rockets avoided their fate of 2015; going into a sectional final at 22-1, only to see the season there. Wednesday, the Rockets outlasted MoCo 4A West rival Gaithersburg, 55-53, in overtime.

Down 53-51, with 24 seconds to go in overtime, Ryan Cornish hit 2 free throws, then made a game-winning lay-up at the buzzer following a Diordje Orcev steal. Cornish scored 20 points before the sell-out crowd.

Cornish is joined by Orcev, guard Kordell Lewis, and 6'7 Miles Galley on the 1-loss Rockets roster. The Rockets are one of only two teams in the state with one loss or less.

The Wildcats, who have won 18 of their last 22 games after losing their first two, are led by 6'4 senior Hank Roll, and 6'6 senior Abdel Nasser. Coach William Morris has led the Cats to an 18 win season so far, following a 5-18 campaign a year ago.

The Rockets won the only meeting between the teams this season, 86-54, in the season opener. The Rockets scored 52 first half points, as Orcev hit 5 3's and finished with 22 points, while Cornish added 19 points.

The Rockets, who made three consecutive trips to the Final Four from '65-67, winning it all in '66, haven't been back since. The Cats have made 3 trips, but not since winning 2A in '87.
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Posted 08 March 2019 - 07:00 AM

4A East Regional Championship

#15 Broadneck (20-5) v #19 Meade (19-5) > v top 25 B 2-2, M 2-4; v top 50 B 5-5, M 3-5; v top 75 B 6-5, M 4-5

The Mustangs proved that its hard to beat a tough rival 3 times in one season, as they knocked off AACo champ and rival Old Mill, 55-53 in the regional final, as coach Mike Glick won his 500th game.

Glick, who coached at Pallotti, Spalding, and Gwynn Park, is in his first year at Meade, after replacing his former assistant at Gwynn Park, Pete Corriero, who led Meade to its only state championship in '15.

Broadneck beat Meade in their only meeting this year back on February 5th, 69-54, using a 23-12 third quarter to break open up a 1 point game. Wednesday, the Bruins topped North Point, 66-61, to advance to the regional final.

The Bruins are led by senior Che Colbert, who scored 17 points v North Point, 6'1 senior Jahmir Young, who scored 16 in the sectional final, 6'7 junior Logan Vican, who was selected to the '18 AACo 2nd team, and 6'3 senior Mike Cantrell.

The Bruins are coached by former Bruin John Williams, who is in his 3rd year of his second stint at his alma mater. Williams led the Bruins to a pair of county titles in his first stint at Broadneck from '03-12.

The Mustangs are led by the MPSSAA's leading scorer Mahzi Thames, who averages 26.1 points per game. Thames, who has amassed over 1,200 points in his career, has hit 64 3's and 85% (120-142) of his free throws this season. 6'5 senior Tre Dunn averages 13.9 points and 9.9 rebounds per game. TJ Speight, a 5'8 sophomore, adds 10.5 points per game.

Meade has made 7 trips to the Final Four, winning AACo's only 4A state title since Annapolis won it in 1990. Broadneck has won just two regional titles, in '86 and '95.


4A West Regional Championship

#5 Richard Montgomery (23-1) v #42 Walter Johnson (18-6) > v top 25 RM 3-1, WJ 0-1; v top 50 RM 7-1, WJ 0-4; v top 75 RM 9-1, WJ 3-6

The Rockets avoided their fate of 2015; going into a sectional final at 22-1, only to see the season there. Wednesday, the Rockets outlasted MoCo 4A West rival Gaithersburg, 55-53, in overtime.

Down 53-51, with 24 seconds to go in overtime, Ryan Conway hit 2 free throws, then made a game-winning lay-up at the buzzer following a Diordje Orcev steal. Conway scored 20 points before the sell-out crowd.

Conway is joined by Orcev, guard Kordell Lewis, and 6'7 Miles Galley on the 1-loss Rockets roster. The Rockets are one of only two teams in the state with one loss or less.

The Wildcats, who have won 18 of their last 22 games after losing their first two, are led by 6'4 senior Hank Roll, and 6'6 senior Abdel Nasser. Coach William Morris has led the Cats to an 18 win season so far, following a 5-18 campaign a year ago.

The Rockets won the only meeting between the teams this season, 86-54, in the season opener. The Rockets scored 52 first half points, as Orcev hit 5 3's and finished with 22 points, while Cornish added 19 points.

The Rockets, who made three consecutive trips to the Final Four from '65-67, winning it all in '66, haven't been back since. The Cats have made 3 trips, but not since winning 2A in '87.


That ‘87 WJ team was aided significantly by the closure of Woodward High School who was in the finals in ‘86 and ‘84.

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Posted 08 March 2019 - 10:03 AM

Anyone know anything about New Era? Kinda odd having them in the 1A West, didnt play any of the west teams during the year obviously so they are a major unknown up here. 



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Posted 08 March 2019 - 07:32 PM

4A North Regional Final

Springbrook 12 Dulaney 11 End of 1st Q

Both teams are feeling each other out in a packed house.

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Posted 08 March 2019 - 07:51 PM

4A North Regional Final

Dulaney 34 Springbrook 34 at the half

Dulaney SO G Ryan Conway (18 pts) and Springbrook SR G Timitrius Hawkins (22 pts) are putting on awesome shooting display from beyond the 3 pt arc. Fellow SO G Jaylin Webster chipped in 10 pts to lead the Lions back to a tie at the half. Che Evans and Isaiah Cornish sat out the entire 2nd quarter with two fouls apiece.

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Posted 08 March 2019 - 08:18 PM

4A North Regional Final

Springbrook 56 Dulane 51 at End of 3rd Q

Springbrook went on an 8 pt run to start the second half but Isaiah Cornish (10 pts) and Che Evans (8 pts) helped get the Lions within shouting distance after three quarters. JR G Marcus Davis came alive for the Blue Devils in the quarter and added 13 pts.

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Posted 08 March 2019 - 08:24 PM


Anyone know anything about New Era? Kinda odd having them in the 1A West, didnt play any of the west teams during the year obviously so they are a major unknown up here.

I saw New Era against Milford Mill at the Concordia Prep Holiday Showcase. MMA won by 10, 59-49. It was the first time ever seeing New Era on the court. They have some decent athletes and play hard.

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Posted 08 March 2019 - 10:32 PM

Great game and awesome atmosphere at the Lion’s Den our in Timonium. Dulaney pulled out the win, 70-68 over Springbrook. Cam Byers (12 pts) and Isaiah Cornish (13 pts) came to the rescue of Ryan Conway who finished with 27 pts. Che Evans was heating up until he got elbowed in the mouth early in the 4th quarter and left the game. Che finished with 7 pts

Springbrook controlled the game most of the second half but the Dulaney crowd willed their team to victory. It was the most intense and exciting atmosphere I’ve felt at a high school game since Dunbar and Calvert Hall were dominant in the early ‘80s. Springbrook’s Timitrius Hawkins finished with 27, Marcus Davis had 19 and SR F Brandon Adams added 10. The Blue Devils fans travelled well and were very vocal in support of their team also.
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