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PYBL: Baltimore Elite splits their opening slate

By Jay Anderson, 06/04/18, 5:00AM EDT

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Baltimore Elite made their summer debut on Sunday, going 1-1.

- June 3, 2018 - Cesar Chavez School - Washington D.C.

Baltimore Elite made their PYBL Summer debut on Sunday, going 1-1 on the day against Anne Arundel and Frederick Elite squads.

Samartine "Fatman" Bogues and the Baltimore Elite team made their debut at Cesar Chavez School on Sunday afternoon in a pair of challenging games.

With the No. 1 ranking in the balance, Baltimore came out in their opening game and answered the call. They defeated Anne Arundel Elite, 60-49, behind 11 points, five steals and four assists from Bogues. 

Bogues and company overcame 20 points from Jaden Johnson to get the double-digit victory. They led 33-30 at the break. 

Baltimore held Anne Arundel big man Amani Hansberry to just eight points on 3-of-16 shooting in the game. Hansberry finished with 15 rebounds as well.

Baltimore guard Sean Clark also chipped in with 12 points and six rebounds. They used a scoring outburst in the third quarter (17-8) to take a double-digit lead before things came to an end.

Not a bad start to their summer season, but their next game wouldn't be an easy one either.

Check out highlights from the game here:

Baltimore vs. Anne Arundel

Baltimore Elite got a brief break before having to face Frederick Elite after their victory over Anne Arundel and Frederick came prepared.

The Frederick Elite used their defeat from Tuesday as experience as their trio of Marvin Brimage Jr., Zane Adnan and Mathani Swinson had big games in an upset victory over Baltimore, 61-55.

Brimage led all scorers with a game-high 21 points and 13 rebounds along with four assists to get the win for Frederick. Adnan put up 12 points, seven assists and six rebounds. Swinson finished with 14 points and five rebounds.

Baltimore got 11 points out of Samartine Bogues, but twin wingman Michael Williams led the way for them with 19 points, six rebounds and three assists.

D.J. Dormu also had 13 points, three rebounds and three steals on three made 3-pointers. Frederick trailed 13-9 after the first quarter but didn't look back after that.

They led 31-30 at the half and both teams traded buckets and traded leads for much of the second half. The winning team overcame 21 turnovers to get the victory in the end.

Check out highlights from the game below:

Frederick vs. Baltimore

Be sure to catch up on everything you missed from Week 1 if you haven't already. 

Montgomery and Anne Arundel Elite open the summer with victories
 
Southern Maryland and D.C. prevail in summer season openers
 
Northern VA kicks off the summer season

 

 

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