Posted On: 01/18/20 7:04 AM

Last night in a packed gymnasium on the campus of Parkville High School, the hosting Knights welcomed the Dulaney Lions for an anticipated Baltimore County match up. Parkville made a run to pull within two points with three minutes left in the game, but Dulaney remained calm and made plays at critical times to pull away for the 87-78 win. Dulaney improves to 9-3 overall and 4-0 in conference play while Parkville falls to 10-2 and 3-1 in conference play.

Here are five key questions following the contest:

Who stood out for Dulaney?

2020 forward Cam Byers has stepped up in big moments when his team has needed him this season. Last night was no different. 2021 point guard Ryan Conway had a historic outing in Dulaney's previous game against Hereford as he scored 55 points in three quarters of play. Byers sat out that game nursing an AC sprain in his left shoulder, but the Lions knew they would need him for last night's game against a tough Parkville squad. Parkville came out in a triangle-and-two defense with the two defenders on Conway. They wanted to force anyone else to beat them and Byers took that personally.

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