The Meade boys’ basketball team turned a three point lead into a 33-19 halftime advantage, Thursday, as they easily defeated host Chesapeake, 60-40, in the season-opener for both Anne Arundel County schools.

Three Mustangs reached double-figures led by Jeremy Washington, who had 15 points and added four assists and three steals. Edmond Williams was the interior force for Meade, scoring 14 points and grabbing a team-high nine rebounds.

Syvan Sturdivant netted 11 points, dished out five assists and had three assists, while Kyreec El and Clyburn Cunningham combined for 13 rebounds.

Blake Rebstock and Ebenezer Hagan each scored nine points to lead Chesapeake.

MEADE 60, CHESAPEAKE-AA 40
M  12  21  16  11  —  60
C   9   10  11  10  —  40
MEADE:
Cunningham 3, Moses 4, Sturdivant 11, Willaims 14, El 6, Washington 15, George 7. TOTALS: 23 11-17 60.
CHESAPEAKE:
Nock 3, Zucknik 4, Rbstock 9, Seider 7, Hagan 9, Oxyer 3, Young 3. TOTALS: 14 8-13 40.