Dragons limit Greyhounds to just 14 first half points in MIAA A Conference win; Brathwaite scores 18


Playing on its home floor in Ellicott City, Friday night, the 10th-ranked Glenelg Country Dragons played lock-down defense against visiting Gilman, limiting the No. 18 Greyhounds to just 14 first quarter points in a decisive 61-50 MIAA A Conference victory.

Jordan Brathwaite paced Glenelg Country with 18 points.

Jordan Brathwaite scored eight of his team-high 18 points in the second quarter as the Dragons posted a 19-6 advantage to take a 33-14 lead into the half.

Gilman picked up the pace in the second half but never seriously challenged the GCS lead.

Jarod Robinson, who finished with 14 points for the Dragons, scored eight in the third quarter to help keep his team firmly in control. Noah Charles added 13 points for Glenelg Country and Noah Bachelor netted 12 points.

Gilman star Christian Winborne matched Brathwaite’s 18 points, but he did not get enough scoring help to keep the Greyhounds in contention. Matthew Cooper and Jordan Foster each scored 10 points for Gilman.