Annapolis hands No. 5 Old Mill its first loss

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Jones scores 26 points to lead the Panthers’ upset
The Annapolis boys’ basketball team, playing at home Tuesday evening, jumped out to an early lead on No. 5 Old Mill and kept the previously unbeaten Patriots chasing throughout as the Panthers fought their way to a 74-65 Anne Arundel County victory.

Annapolis’ Chris Jones proved to be too much for Old Mill, as he scored a game-high 26 points.

Old Mill countered with three players in double-figures, as Avion Robinson scored 16, Willams Spriggs netted 15 and Hollique Johnson added 12 points.

Old Mill (18-1 overall) is still in control of the County standings, holding a firm grip on first place with a 12-1 league record.

Annapolis (12-6 overall) is now 10-4 in the league and tied for third with Glen Burnie, a half-game behind second-placed Meade (10-3) and just ahead of Arundel (8-5).

Last Updated (Tuesday, 07 February 2017 21:49)



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