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HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL: Arundel Boys Earn Top Seed

The Wildcats have a first round bye and will play their first game Feb. 28. The Arundel girls will open Friday against Great Mills.

The Arundel High basketball teams have favorable draws for the MPSSAA Class 4A basketball tournament, set to begin on Friday.

The boys team, which lost just one game during the regular season, earned the top seed in the east region and a first-round bye. The team will host a second round game Feb. 28 against either South River or Chesapeake.

Meanwhile, the Arundel girls team scored an opening-round home game, after securing the fifth seed in the east region. The girls will host Great Mills on Friday, and with a win would then travel to rival Meade.

Nearly all local public school teams have qualified for the state tournament. Teams from Anne Arundel County will play in the Class 4A East Region, with the exception of Northeast and Annapolis who are Class 3A.

Here’s how the draw looks for the other teams in Anne Arundel County. (See the full brackets attached to this article.)

Old Mill

The boys grabbed the fourth seed in the region and a first-round bye. The Patriots' first playoff game will be Feb. 28 at home against the North County and Great Mills winner.

The girls are the eighth seed in the region and will host North County on Friday.

Meade

The boys are the seventh seed in the region and will host Severna Park on Friday.

The girls are seeded fourth and earned a first-round bye. They will play at home Feb. 27 against the winner of Arundel and Great Mills.

Broadneck

The Broadneck boys will open the playoffs as the sixth seed, and will host Leonardtown on Friday.

The girls team, meanwhile, earned the third seed and a first-round bye. They will play at home Feb. 27 against the winner of Glen Burnie and Chesapeake.

Glen Burnie

The boys earned the second seed in the region. They will next play on Tuesday, Feb. 28 and will host the winner of Meade and Severna Park

The girls are the seeded sixth and will host 11th -seeded Chesapeake on Friday.

North County

The boys team is seeded fifth and will host Great Mills on Friday.

The girls are seeded ninth in the region, and will travel to play Old Mill on Friday.

Chesapeake

The Chesapeake boys, seeded ninth, will travel to South River on Friday.

The girls team got the 11th seed and will travel to Glen Burnie on Friday.

Severna Park

The boys got the 10th seed in the region and will travel to play Meade on Friday.

The girls are the seventh seed and will host Leonardtown, also on Friday.

Annapolis

The boys grabbed the third seed in the Class 3A playoff bracket, and will have a bye in the first round. The team will host the winner of J.M. Bennett and Hammond in the second round Feb. 28.

The girls earned the fourth seed in the Class 3A east regional, and will also have a bye. They will host the winner of Mt. Hebron and Stephen Decatur on Feb. 27.

Northeast

The boys team grabbed the fifth seed in the Class 3A bracket and will host Stephen Decatur on Friday.

The girls are the sixth seed in the Class 3A bracket and will host Centennial on Friday.

South River

The boys drew the eighth seed in the region, and will host Chesapeake, seeded ninth. The game will take place on Friday.

The girls team earned the second seed in the region and a first-round bye. The team will next play Feb. 27 against the winner of the game between Severna Park and Leonardtown.

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