The Wicomico girls basketball team opened up their season with a 63-17 win over North Dorchester on Friday night.
The Indians held a 43-11 lead at halftime and outscored North Dorchester 20-6 in the second half.
Jazmyn Moye-Watson had a game-high 17 points and Sherriah Mills contributed with eight points.
Wicomico will next host Kent County on Tuesday at 5 p.m.
WICOMICO 81, NORTH DORCHESTER 27. Torrey Brittingham led the Indians with 15 points, Trevell Jones chipped in with 11 points and seven rebounds and Lionel Batson contributed with a double-double of 10 points and 10 rebounds.
JAMES M. BENNETT 88, QUEEN ANNE’S 54. Jorden Duffy had a game-high 39 points, Barry Gaines netted 15 points and Darrell Dixon added 10 points for the Clippers.
POCOMOKE 73, KENT ISLAND 36. Raymir Smith led the Warriors with 28 points.
STEPHEN DECATUR 55, NORTH CAROLINE 27. Keyon Eley led the Seahawks with 15 points, Karon Purnelll added 11 points and Keve Aluma grabbed a team-high 14 rebounds for Decatur.
MARDELA 75, ST. MICHAELS 31. Nate McCoy led the Warriors with 26 points and Caleb Corbin pitched in with 15 points.
WASHINGTON 93, KENT COUNTY 77. Marc Jones led the Jaguars with 26 points, Shakur Cottman pitched in with 17 points, Jemir Jones and Deshawn Parks each contributed with 16 points and Kam Somers added 14 points.
SNOW HILL 62, CAMBRIDGE-SD 49. Manny Pinkney led the Eagles with 15 points, Takhai Wise contributed with 11 points and Veshawn Bratten netted 10 points.
SALISBURY SCHOOL 53, GREENWOOD MENNONITE 36. Bendi Papp led all scorers with 28 points and Jack Conway netted 10 points.
PARKSIDE 37, EASTON 33. Tydasia Polk led the Rams with 20 points.
STEPHEN DECATUR 76, NORTH CAROLINE 17. Dayona Godwin led the Seahawks with 27 points, Amya Mumford contributed with 12 points, Payton VanKirk added 11 points and Lexi VanKirk pulled down 10 rebounds.
KENT COUNTY 65, WASHINGTON 6. Shira Hanna led the Jaguars with two points.
SALISBURY SCHOOL 46, GREENWOOD MENNONITE 33. Caroline Lewis had a game-high 21 points, Darcy Howard pitched in with 14 points and Morgan McCabe blocked seven shots for the Dragons.
SALISBURY CHRISTIAN 30, CHINCOTEAGUE 6. Savanna Dukes led the Jaguars with 11 points.
SUSSEX TECH 48, WORCESTER PREP 28. Grace Tunis led the Mallards with 10 points.