Posted On: 01/9/20 6:17 AM

Dulaney and Milford Mill have historically been two of the top teams in Baltimore County. Both have faced some challenging competition this season, so it was unusual to see them both sport 4-3 records heading into last night's match-up. In a high-paced, chaotic battle, Dulaney created separation at the end to go on to win by a final score of 73-59.

Let's take a look at five takeaways from the contest:

Cam Byers steps up when needed

It was clear from the opening tip that Milford Mill's defensive game plan was to make 2021 guard Ryan Conway's life as difficult as possible. Aggressively denying him when he didn't have the ball and throwing two defenders on him when he did receive the ball were the tactics in the early portion. With that being the case, the Lions were struggling to score until Byers made his presence known. The 6-foot-5 forward splashed three-straight three-pointers in the second quarter to help give Dulaney some breathing room. Those makes would eventually give some of the pressure off of Conway and space the floor for the entire Dulaney offense. Byers was key both scoring from inside and out throughout the course of

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