The Rising Sun boys basketball team outlasted Tome 52-49 in a back-and-forth game Monday night, December 10.
West Nottingham Academy boys basketball will face challenging schedule with a roster stocked with college prospects
West Nottingham Academy is making another foray into the ultra-competitive world of big-time high school basketball.
The Rams have left the Maryland Independent League in boys basketball after capturing the conference championship last season, their first league title since 2010.
WNA will face a grueling schedule designed to challenge a talented 12-player roster stocked with college prospects and featuring student-athletes from six different countries.
Cecil College's men's basketball team came up short in its bid for an 11th Region XX Division II title.
The Seahawks started strong, but the College of Southern Maryland took control late in the first half on the way to a 72-65 triumph Sunday afternoon.
The game lived up to the hype.
In a hotly-anticipated playoff rematch, Harford Tech's boys basketball team ousted Elkton for the second straight season.
Jordan Bright hit the go-ahead free throw with 19.7 seconds left then blocked a three-point attempt by the Elks' Dah'Mear Triplett at the buzzer to secure a wild 70-69 triumph.
Elkton had taken an eight-point lead (62-54) on a Triplett basket with 6:03 remaining. The Cobras countered with a 12-0 uprising to go up by four with 2:50 to go. Jalen Dangerfield scored six points in that span.
The Elks responded thanks to three big plays by Marquis Battle. He saved an Elkton possession by throwing the ball off a Tech player as he was sprawling out of bounds. Triplett drained a three-pointer to narrow the gap to 66-65 with 1:17 left. Battle then fed Ryan Thompson for a layup to give the hosts a 67-66 edge. Finally, Battle scored on a putback to pad the Elks lead to 69-66 with 57 seconds to play.
Elkton's boys basketball team topped visiting North East 72-56 Monday night, February 26.
PHOTO GALLERY: West Nottingham Academy boys basketball captures MIL championship with exciting win over Tri-State Christian
West Nottingham Academy's boys basketball team won the Mid-Atlantic Independent League title with an 82-74 victory over Tri-State Christian Academy in a captivating contest Saturday night at North East High.
It is the Rams' first league title since 2010.
The Bohemia Manor boys basketball team was ousted from the region tournament with a 69-59 first round loss to host Havre de Grace Friday night.
The North East boys basketball team pulled away down the stretch for a 56-47 triumph over visiting Perryville Thursday night.
The Rising Sun boys basketball team lost 76-35 to host Havre de Grace Tuesday night, February 13.
Just call him Mr. Big Shot.
Perryville freshman Emarion Hampton has already developed a reputation as a clutch performer.
Hampton's short runner banked off the glass and into the basket with six seconds remaining to lift the Panthers to a 43-41 triumph over host Rising Sun Friday afternoon.