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5 minutes ago, hsFbfan said:

Oakdale just gave randlestown beat down yesterday

 

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At the Governors Challenge in Salisbury, #14 Oakdale topped #25 Flowers, 69-66, in a game that featured 19 lead changes and 11 ties, and a game where Bears junior Collin Schlee poured in 40 points, while playing the entire second half with 4 fouls. Schlee hit 14 of 19 field goals, 4 of 9 threes, and all 8 of his foul shots. Schlee hit the game-leading 3, and the free throws to seal the win. Oakdale went 20-23 at the line. Schlee, for the second day in a row, hit all 10 of his 2-point field goal attemtpts. The Jaguars, who held a slight lead the majority of the game, and a 3 point lead heading into the fourth, were led again by Cornelius Hawkins, who scored 19 points.

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At the Governors Challenge, #1 Poly closes out the last 10 minutes of the first half with a 31-6 run on Riverdale Baptist, turning a 9 point deficit into a 43-27 halftime lead. Justin Lewis has 12 points, hitting all 3 shots, both 3's he took, and all 4 free throws. D Mims has 11 points (5-9) and 5 rebounds. The Crusaders shot 9-27 in the first half, hitting just 2 of their last 13 shots.

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Poly put away Riverdale Baptist, 81-57, shooting 54% in the first half, 54% in the second half, as Demetrius Mims (Long Beach St commit) scored 23 points, on 9 of 14 shooting, adding 5 rebounds, 3 blocks, 2 assists and 2 steals. Poly's Justin Lewis, a Calvert Hall transfer, added 15 points and 11 rebounds. The Engineers scored 42 points in the paint, and outrebounded the Crusaders, 48-24. Donovan Toatley scored 25 points for the Crusaders.

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#1 Poly falls to Olympic NC, 45-41, in the Governors Challenge, after hitting on just 6 of their last 30 shots. The Engineers shot 12-43 from the field. Demetrius Mims led the Engineers with 19 points, on 5-14 shooting. Mims was the only Poly player with more than 2 field goals. Jelen Harris led Olympic with 16 points. The Engineers were outscored 32-17 in the paint.

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1.) Poly (5-1)

2.) Wise (7-1)

3.) Eleanor Roosevelt (4-2)

4.) Potomac (6-0)

5.) Dunbar (6-0)

6.) Perry Hall (2-2)

7.) Milford Mill (4-0)

8.) Oxon Hill (5-1)

9.) Lake Clifton (6-1)

10.) Woodlawn (5-1)

11.) Dulaney (5-1)

12.) Annapolis (5-1)

13.) Oakdale (6-1)

14.) Linganore (7-1)

15.) Paint Branch 6-1)

16.) Fairmont Heights (4-2)

17.) New Town (4-2)

18.) Patterson (3-2)

19.) Flowers (4-2)

20.) Edmondson (3-2)

21.) Springbrook (6-2)

22.) Douglass PG (3-2)

23.) River Hill (7-1)

24.) Clarksburg (7-1)

25.) Glen Burnie (8-1)

 

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26.) Wicomico (8-0)

27.) Old Mill (4-2)

28.) Northwest (4-0)

29.) Mervo (4-0)

30.) Thomas Johnson (4-2)

31.) Gwynn Park (6-1)

32.) Tuscarora (6-3)

33.) Reservoir (5-2)

34.) St Charles (5-1)

35.) Richard Montgomery (4-3)

36.) Seneca Valley (5-2)

37.) Southwestern (5-2)

38.) Oakland Mills (5-2)

39.) Dundalk (5-1)

40.) Bowie (3-3)

41.) Gaithersburg (6-2)

42.) DuVal (2-3)

43.) Decatur (5-2)

44.) Stone (5-3)

45.) North Point (5-3)

46.) Largo (2-3)

47.) Laurel (5-3)

48.) Kent County (7-0)

49.) Joppatowne (3-4)

50.) Suitland (4-1)

 

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Congrats to the bro', Oakland Mills Coach John Browne, on winning his 200th game, following the Scorpions 70-48 victory over Arundel.

Browne's .680 win % (200-95) ranks third all-time in HoCo in win %, behind former Mt Hebron Coach Chuck Monninger .744 (253-87), and former Atholton and Wilde Lake Coach Frank Rhodes .683 (329-153). Browne, in his 13th season at OM, is the 7th coach to win 200 games as a HoCo coach.

Two other current coaches, Centennial's Chad Hollewedel (.652 169-90) and Reservoir's Mike Coughlan (.651 99-53), rank 4th and 5th all-time in win % among HoCo coaches (min. 100 games). Former Long Reach Coach Al Moraz Sr (.648 142-75) and former Hammond coach Jack Burke (.630 133-78) rank 6th and 7th. 

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Perry hall held off Dulaney, 80-77, as Anthony Walker scored a season-high 22 points for the Gators. The Gators ran out to a 15-1 start, before the Lions cut it to 5, 22-17, after 1. Josh Cornish caught fire for the Lions, pouring in 33 points. The Gators pushed a 1 point halftime lead to 8 after 3 , before the Lions made another run, behind Cornish. The Lions had a chance to win it, when Tyler Holley blocked Cornish's shot with 6 seconds to go to pull out the win. Anthony Higgs scored 16, and Laquill Hardnett scored 14 for the Gators. For the Lions, Ryan Conway added 19 and Che Evans, 12.

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At SFA, Milford Mill comes back from 11 down to begin the fourth v Mervo, before mounting a 18-4 run to start to the 4th, and grabbing a 54-50 win over the Mustangs.

The Mustangs held a 25-9 lead early in the 2nd period, a 32-16 halftime lead, and a 43-32 lead after 3, before faltering.

The Millers countered their late deficit with an effective full court press that caused havoc on the Stangs, while at the other end, the Millers Goodwin continued to get to the line and convert.

Nice battle between the unbeaten Millers and the 1-loss Mustangs. Goodwin finished with 17 points for MMA, while Will Thomas led Merganthaler with 13 points.

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Poly owns the city and no team is close.

Annapolis and Glen Burnie will surprise some later in the season and will run AA Co.

Milford Mill will run Balto county.  I've caught Perry Hall a couple of times and they will be challenged.  Dulaney is not that great. Conway and the Cornishes are great but Evans over rated

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1.) Poly (5-2)

2.) Wise (8-1)

3.) Eleanor Roosevelt (5-2)

4.) Potomac (7-0)

5.) Dunbar (6-0)

6.) Lake Clifton (6-1)

7.) Milford Mill (6-0)

8.) Perry Hall (4-3)

9.) Woodlawn (6-1)

10.) Dulaney (6-2)

11.) Oxon Hill (6-1)

12.) Paint Branch (8-1)

13.) Oakdale (8-1)

14.) Linganore (8-1)

15.) Annapolis (5-1)

16.) Fairmont Heights (5-2)

17.) New Town (6-2)

18.) Patterson (3-3)

19.) Edmondson (3-2)

20.) Springbrook (6-3)

21.) Douglass PG (4-3)

22.) River Hill (9-1)

23.) Wicomico (9-0)

24.) Old Mill (5-2)

25.) Northwest (6-0)

 

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26.) Mervo (4-2)

27.) Thomas Johnson (6-2)

28.) St Charles (6-1)

29.) Tuscarora (6-3)

30.) Reservoir (7-2)

31.) Clarksburg (7-2)

32.) Meade (6-2)

33.) Seneca Valley (7-2)

34.) Laurel (6-3)

35.) Southwestern (5-2)

36.) Glen Burnie (8-2)

37.) Flowers (4-3)

38.) Oakland Mills (6-3)

39.) Dundalk (6-2)

40.) Gaithersburg (7-2)

41.) Bowie (4-3)

42.) Thomas Stone (6-3)

43.) DuVal (3-3)

44.) North Point (6-3)

45.) Richard Montgomery (4-4)

46.) Friendly (4-3)

47.) Gwynn Park (6-2)

48.) Quince Orchard (5-3)

49.) Kent County (8-0)

50.) CM Wright (8-2)

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is Poly 2A or 3A?

 

and get back to finishing ur Football top games - 

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Dunbar came back from 9 down with 4:03 to play and outscored Milford Mill 17-2 down the stretch to take a 57-51 win at the Mayors Academy tonight. Da'Shawn Phillips led the Poets with 22 points. It was the Poets first game in 14 days. The Millers, who beat Dulaney, 63-58, Wednesday, played without Ugo Obasi.

St Maria Goretti held Patterson to 1 point over the last 6 minutes to break open a 46-46 tie and run away with a 61-47 victory. The Clippers, who beat Lake Clifton by 22 on Wednesday, were led in scoring by Gerard Mungo, who scored 20 points. 

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Mayors Academy

Edmondson 53 Milford Mill 52 F

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Mayors Academy

Dunbar 48 Old Mill 34 F

After a dismal first half where they held a 15-13 lead, the Poets used a 19-0 run in the third quarter to take command of the game. The Patriots hit the first bucket of the 2nd half l, before the Poets scored 12 unanswered points in 2 minutes.

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Mayors Academy 

Lake Clifton 56 Oxon Hill 48 F

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1 hour ago, bleedingorangeandblack said:

Upset?

Slight, if any. Both were top 20 last week. Milford was ranked higher, but with the Millers and Red Storm, most of the time, you can throw the rankings out the window and jump ball.

Was a revisit of their 2013 Mayors Academy meeting where the Millers Williams hit a buzzer-beating 3 to beat the Red Storm, 69-66. Millers scored the last 9 points of the game. That year, both the Millers and the Red Storm would go on to win a state title.

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Patterson, without Mungo (hamstring), up on Riverdale Baptist, 32-22, heading to intermission.

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21 minutes ago, themamba said:

Slight, if any. Both were top 20 last week. Milford was ranked higher, but with the Millers and Red Storm, most of the time, you can throw the rankings out the window and jump ball.

Was a revisit of their 2013 Mayors Academy meeting where the Millers Williams hit a buzzer-beating 3 to beat the Red Storm, 69-66. Millers scored the last 9 points of the game. That year, both the Millers and the Red Storm would go on to win a state title.

UVA football signee play? 

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