Public. Olney made Northeast work overtime to pick up its first Public League basketball victory.
The Trojans forced OT, but the visiting Vikings got a layup and a free throw in the extra period and beat Olney, 59-58, in a Division A game.
Fred Frazier converted a layup at the end of regulation to send the game into overtime, but Ernest Gartei picked up a layup and William Rampasard drained a free throw for Northeast (3-8, 1-4) to provide the margin of victory over the Trojans (3-7, 1-4).
Yusef Savage paced the Vikings with 15 points.
In other league games:
Donell Jarmon and Louis Martinez each scored 15 points to lift Sankofa Freedom past Parkway West, 66-65, for its first home win.
Mike Sturdivant scored 13 of his 35 points in the final quarter and led Masterman past host Saul, 63-61. Sturdivant also scored 12 points in the second quarter.
Nafeece Edwards scored 15 points as Washington held on to beat host Fels, 61-59.
Jack Burris sank four free throws in the final minute and handed FitzSimons a 42-38 win over host Hope Charter. Mike Majett added 12 points for the Rams.
Raheem Liggins scored 17 points and boosted Prep Charter to a 52-46 win over host Mariana Bracetti.
Aquil Younger converted 17 of 19 free throws, scored eight points in the final quarter, and dropped in 29 points to lead Gratz to a 71-64 win over host Southern.
Mustapha Idriss accounted for 18 points and 16 rebounds as Science Leadership topped visiting CAPA, 57-48.
Rickey Savage collected 18 points as Lincoln tripped visiting Overbrook, 58-49.
Demetrius Davenport collected 19 points and sparked Palumbo to a 64-54 win over visiting Randolph.
Qaadir Nock picked up 15 points and helped Audenried beat host High School of the Future, 67-57.
Joe Robinson notched 14 points as Franklin Learning Center beat host Mastery Charter South, 56-46.
Barry Brockington dropped in 19 points and lifted Bartram past visiting Martin Luther King, 53-42.
Jeremy Irby popped for 16 points and helped Carroll beat visiting Philadelphia Academy Charter, 71-59, for its first-ever league victory.
World Communications got 13 points from Markeith Mont and beat visiting Lamberton, 48-35.
Justin Potter dropped in 13 points for Central in a 58-44 win over host Kensington.
Carrington Ward came through with 17 points and led Philadelphia Electrical to a 51-37 win over host Engineering and Science, handing the Engineers their first league loss.
Shaquille Bowman struck for 25 points and helped Esperanza drop host Bodine, 81-67. The Toros shook off a 42-point performance by Nadir Matthews.
Michael Foster scored 13 points and sparked Mastery Charter North to a 60-45 win over host Sayre.
Terrell Daye scored 23 points for West Philadelphia in a 76-60 win over host Furness.
Ches-Mont. Downingtown East got 25 points from Dahmir Simmons and beat visiting Bishop Shanahan in overtime, 69-66. Simmons scored 25 points for the Cougars.
Mike Sundry struck for 21 points and lifted Unionville to a 57-43 win over visiting Sun Valley.
Tri-County. Najeer Barfield struck for 12 points as Wyncote Academy downed host Woodlynde, 42-34.
Nonleague. Kadeem Coates, Stefron Poole, and Sean Puriefoy each scored nine points to give Glen Mills a 37-34 win over visiting Holy Ghost Prep.
Mike Evans converted a layup with 52 seconds left, and Christian Academy held on to beat visiting Pilgrim Christian, 45-42.
Jordan Tucker notched 20 points and boosted Academy Park to a 65-58 win over host Oxford.
Seth Heinicke scored 20 points and led Calvary Christian to a 50-38 win over visiting Christopher Dock.
Westtown won eight straight bouts and downed host Academy of the New Church, 63-18, in a Friends Schools League match.
Nick Sawyer recorded a pin in 31 seconds at 130 pounds for the Quakers.
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