No. 5 Lions move to 7-1; Conway and Cornish combine for 50
It’s no secret that Dulaney High has its sights on the Baltimore County boys basketball championship. And it’s no secret for the Lions overcoming perennial league stronghold Milford Mill Academy is a step in reaching that goal.
Mission accomplished. The fifth-ranked Lions routed the Millers, 91-62, in a Baltimore County Division I contest inside Debbie Stephans Gym on Washington Avenue Wednesday evening.
Sophomore guard Ryan Conway and junior Ike Cornish each scored 25 points for Dulaney, and Che Evans added 19. Jermaine Goodwyn finished with a game-high 27 points for Milford Mill.
The Timonium school raced to a 41-22 halftime advantage, improving to 7-1 overall and 2-0 in Division I. The top finisher in Division I and Division II will play for the league title next month at Towson University’s SECU Arena.
Cameron Byers finished with 11 points for Dulaney, which led 73-45 after three periods. Derrick Shots and Darius Woods each added 12 points for Milford Mill (2-6, 1-1 Division I) , which reached the Class 3A state final last winter.
Dulaney is tied for first in Division I with No. 7 New Town and Parkville (both 2-0). The Lions host Parkville Friday afternoon at 5:30.
No. 5 Dulaney 91, Milford Mill Academy 62
Dulaney – Conway 25, Webb 7, Evans Jr. 19, C. Amoruso 2, Byers 11, Cornish 25, J. Amoruso 2.
Milford Mill – Shoats 12, Johnson 3, Dunlap 2, Battle 1, Goodwyn 27, Booker 2, Teah 3, Woods 12.
Dulaney 18 23 32 19 – 91
Milford Mill 9 13 23 17 – 62