The No. 3 McDonogh girls basketball team started its winning streak more than five weeks ago against Severn and extended it to 13 straight Friday as Danielle Edwards scored 11 points and the Eagles beat the host Admirals, 53-40.
McDonogh (15-1) had beaten Severn, 58-34, on Dec. 7. The Eagles lead the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference with a 7-0 record. Archbishop Spalding is 6-1 in the conference and 11-5 overall.
Tiersa Winder added 10 points for McDonogh, which led 34-13 at the half.
No. 2 Digital Harbor 56, Lake Clifton 15: The visiting Rams (10-1) used a 2-3 zone to create fast-break points and led 32-11 at halftime. A'Lexus Harrison had a game-high 14 points and 15 rebounds for Digital Harbor.
No. 4 Archbishop Spalding 63, Mercy 22: Jade Scaife had 12 points and 12 rebounds to power the Cavaliers past the Magic (0-7, 1-12).
No. 5 Glenelg 54, Long Reach 31: Emily Russo had 19 points to lead the Gladiators (11-0) over the Lightning in league play. Glenelg led 34-13 at the half.
No. 7 St. Vincent Pallotti 52, St.Frances 41: Tiffany Padgett led all scorers with 21 points as the host Panthers (11-4) beat the Panthers in league play. Padgett also had 11 rebounds.
No. 10 Dunbar 54, Patterson 28: Shylia Buie scored a game-high 24 points to power the visiting Poets (10-3) past the Clippers. Dunbar extended its eight-point, first-quarter lead by outscoring Patterson 21-5 in the second quarter.
No. 11 Meade 89, Glen Burnie 33: Imani Bailey had 33 points, 15 steals and 10 assists, as the Mustangs (7-4) beat the host Gophers. Jamie McKeither added 18 points and 10 rebounds for Meade.
River Hill 56, No. 13 Oakland Mills 50: Alauna Jackson scored 23 points and the visiting Hawks upset the Scorpions (10-2). River Hill went 20-for-27 from the free-throw line. Jasmine Hill had 23 points for Oakland Mills.
No. 14 Catonsville 44, Perry Hall 31: Taylor Barton had eight points to lead the 10 Comets who scored in a win over the Gators. Catonsville improved to 11-1.
No. 6 St. Frances 64, Calvert Hall 54: The Panthers (10-5) had balanced scoring with Maurice White leading the way with 12 points as St. Frances overpowered the visiting Cardinals. Justin Beck led Calvert Hall with 24 points.
No. 11 Lake Clifton 61, Digital Harbor 35: Rashard Hawkins had 16 points, 12 rebounds and three blocked shots, and James Boone added 18 points and eight assists as the visiting Lakers defeated the Rams. Lake Clifton led 30-20 at the half and used a 19-5 fourth-quarter run to put the game away.
No. 12 Glen Burnie 71, Meade 67: The Mustangs made 10 3-pointers, but it wasn't enough as the Gophers, led by William Brown's 14 points, 12 rebounds and three blocks, came back from a 39-32 halftime deficit to beat visiting Meade. Auturo Archie added 12 points and Clarence Watkins chipped in 10. With the win, Glen Burnie clinched its 14th consecutive winning season.
Joppatowne 61, Perryville 33: Trevon Mosely had 20 points and 19 rebounds to power the host Mariners past the Panthers. Joppatowne led 21-8 at the half.
Randallstown 74, Western Tech 70: Marcus Barner had 24 points and 10 rebounds and the host Rams (9-3) held off a late rally to win. The Wolverines closed the gap in the fourth quarter with 3-pointers.
Owings Mills 69, New Town 64: The visiting Eagles rallied in the fourth quarter behind Gerard Mercer, who had 14 points and 10 rebounds. Ahmaad Wilson had a game-high 20 points for Owings Mills.
No. 10 River Hill 60, Lackey 8: The Hawks (17-5) won the first four matches, two by forfeit, and rolled past the host Chargers. River Hill collected four pins: Lee Carter (120), Casey Guither (145), Cory Daniel (170) and Jason Johnson (285).Copyright © 2015, Los Angeles Times