Big second quarter carries Meade boys

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Mustangs slide into second place in Anne Arundel County
On a night when a couple of its rivals near the top of the Anne Arundel County boys basketball standings suffered upsets, Meade gained ground by handling its business on the road at Northeast, 72-62.

In what was tight battle otherwise, the visiting Mustangs outscored the Eagles 20-10 in the second quarter and that proved to be the difference.

Malcolm Moses led Meade with 20 points and the Mustangs got a pair of 15 point efforts, from Mahzi Thames and Jeremy Washington, to fuel the offense. Anthony May also had a big night with four points and 12 rebounds.

Anthony Stewart and Jacoby Rojas each scored 16 points to pace Northeast. Brennan Volkman netted 13 points for the Eagles and Troy McNeill finished with 11.

The win, combined upset losses for Glen Burnie and Annapolis allowed Meade (13-5 overall) to slide into second place in the County. The Mustangs are now 9-3 in the league, while the Gophers and Panthers each fell to 9-4. Old Mill remains undefeated at the top of the standings with a 12-0 record.

Northeast is now 9-9 overall and 5-7 in Anne Arundel County.

M  18  20  16  18  —  72
N  17  10  16  19  —  62
Cunningham 2, Jennings 9, Moses 20, Sturdivant 2, Thames 15, Williams 5, May 4, Washington 15. TOTALS: 25 17-33 72.
 McNeill 10, Fair 5, Christian 2, Stewart 16, Rojas 15, Volkman 13. TOTALS: 24 11-17 62.

Last Updated (Saturday, 04 February 2017 07:47)



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