Posted On: 01/24/19 9:57 AM

Last night, the most anticipated Baltimore County match up took place as Dulaney hosted New Town. The two teams have been dominant in county play and had yet to face a team to truly challenge them. The Titans from New Town came into the Lion Den and sent a statement with a 78-54 win. New Town now boasts a 13-1 overall record, while Dulaney falls to 11-2 with the loss.

 

Here are our five takeaways from this one:

 

Andrew Mills has arrived

 

Mills has been quietly putting together a very strong junior season, but because of New Town's lopsided victories, not many have paid attention. Well, last night he showed why you should be. The 6-foot-5 junior scored a game-high 33 points and was a flamethrower from three. Mills nailed seven triples, giving him yet another game this season where he has hit five or more from deep. Many of his looks came from the corner after branching off in transition or in the half court after a quick swing. Nonetheless, it didn't matter if a Dulaney defender was in his face or not. He rose over top and smoothly buried it. Mills also had

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