The Bulldogs had no problems knocking off their low-seeded opponents, crushing the visiting Rockets 41-12 to advance to the next round.
The Damascus High School boys’ basketball team did enough to defeat Richard Montgomery 78-69 to remain undefeated.
Wootton took full advantage in the second half to earn a 54-43 win over Richard Montgomery.
Ezekiel Avit and Nick Goldberg scored a combined 35 points to lift Churchill to a 68-59 victory over Richard Montgomery.
The Rockets boys’ basketball team dominated the home affair, earning a 67-36 victory over the Cougars.
In a close affair, the Wildcats capitalized towards the end for the 36-20 victory over the Rockets to improve to 6-1.
Richard Montgomery High School gets the job done, defeating Bethesda-Chevy Chase for its first victory of the season.
In a very competitive and close affair, the Bulldogs did just enough for the 20-14 home win and Churchill’s first playoff victory since 2011.
Friday night against Richard Montgomery proved no different as Quince Orchard fired on all cylinders and blew out the Rockets 55-17 to improve to 6-0 on the season.
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