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NEW TOWN 59, INSTITUTE OF NOTRE DAME 45
The day's first game featured Baltimore County's New Town Titans against IND of Baltimore city. Quite a few college coaches showed up for the early 8:30am tip off. IND took a 5 point lead into the half but was not able to fend off a second half rally by the Titans. New Town's Candis Taylor scored 21 points while freshman Makayla Pippin dropped in 23 for IND.
Western 52, Frederick 24
Western jumped out to an early 6-0 lead and never looked back in their easy win over Frederick. Jasmine Walton set the tone early by scoring and facilitating for her teammates. The Doves took a 25 to 11 lead into the half and cruised from there. Sydney Kaiser scored 12 points for Frederick and Jasmine Walton scored 13 for the winners.
St. Mary's Ryken 51, Patterson Mill 49, Double OT
The third game of the day saw state 2A champion Patterson Mill take on St. Mary's Ryken of the WCAC. The first half was tightly contested with Patterson Mill taking a 21 to 20 lead. The second half was no different as the teams took turns making runs at each other. Patterson Mill's Qalea Ismail turned in another solid performance. The Princeton recruit scored 19 points. Sam Herman came up big as well. The senior guard scored a layup at the buzzer to force overtime and then nailed a three with 45 seconds left to give Patterson Mill a late lead in the second overtime. Deja Ford made two foul shots with 29 seconds left to tie the game in the second overtime. A Patterson Mill turnover lead to a layup by senior forward Naiyah Thompson with 7 seconds left and that proved to be the difference. Deja Ford scored 16 points for Ryken.
Blues Academy 68, Maths 55
Blues Academy from Toronto jumped out to an early 22 to 2 lead over Baltimore's Maryland Academy of Technology and cruised from there. Maths played without leading scorer Adrienne Jones who twisted her ankle Friday night. Victoria Anderson scored 23 points for Blues and Courtney Davis had 19 points and 14 rebounds for Maths.
Archbishop Wood 49, Poly 37
This was a close game throughout. Poly took a 23 to 20 into the half but went cold in the second half. Wood was able to maintain a double digit lead for the most of the second half thanks to 13 points by Bailey Greenberg. Kephera Stokes scored 9 for Poly and was player of the game.
Roland Park 54, Germantown 27
Neumann Goretti 48, Elizabeth Seton 32
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