With 22 points and 15 rebounds, including six on the offensive end, Moore helped the Patriots earn their 11th consecutive victory.
"He's steadily improved in his time here," Fenerty said of the Chestnut Hill resident, who came to GA in ninth grade. "He's learned how to win the battles in the paint."
Against the Phoenix, Moore shot 8 for 14 from the field and 4 for 7 from the line. He added a blocked shot, steal, and an assist.
Of preparing to play in college, he said, "I need to get physically stronger. I'm 220 pounds. That's not going to work in the Big Ten."
Early this season, the Patriots (14-4) were slowed by injuries to three seniors: Nick Lindner (wrist, ankle), Greg Dotson (jumper's knee), and Earl Edwards (broken hand).
"I think the biggest thing now is that we're playing as a team," Moore said.
In their latest win, Lindner, headed to Lafayette, shot 11 for 13 from the line on the way to 20 points; James Drury hit three second-half treys en route to 16 points; and the 6-5 Dotson collected seven points and four rebound.
De'andre Hunter, a 6-4 freshman forward, paced Friends' Central (13-5) with 20 points. Senior guard Karonn Davis chipped in 15 points, five boards, two steals, and two assists.
Moore, a third-year starter, plans to major in engineering at Penn State.
"I love the math aspect of it and the problem-solving skills that it takes," the 17-year-old said.
Friends' Central 7 24 13 13 - 57
Germantown Acad. 14 16 18 19 - 67
FC: Karonn Davis 15, Billy Cassidy 9, De'andre Hunter 20, Will Pedrick 7, Jonathan Lawton 6.
GA: Nick Lindner 20, James Drury 16, Julian Moore 22, Greg Dotson 7, Tim Guers 2.
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