Pa. Boys: Fri. Pa. boys: GA clinches Inter-Ac

Posted: February 09, 2014



Germantown Academy 69, Springside Chestnut Hill 58:Junior guards Sam Lindgren and Tim Guers grabbed 11 rebounds each, and the visiting Patriots captured their second straight league title. Lindgren finished with 20 points.

Penn Charter 62, Malvern Prep 58: Sean O'Brien hit three three-pointers and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead the host Quakers. Alex Schwartz added 12 points and went 9 for 10 from the foul line.


Academy of the New Church 65, Friends' Central 55: Jonathan Lawton poured in 31 points to move the host Lions on. Lawton went 17 for 18 from the foul line.

Westtown 57, Shipley 42: The host Quakers rolled behind Jair Bolden's 14 points and Jared Nickens' 13.


Abington Friends 66, Moorestown Friends 56: Jordan Greene's 32 points helped the host Kangaroos win the final of the inaugural tournament. The senior point guard hit two threes and scored 13 points in the third quarter. Senior center Joe Robinson added 21 points, 10 coming in the first quarter.


Abington 53, Bensalem 44: Matt Penecale led the visiting Ghosts with three three-pointers in the second quarter en route to 21 points. Anthony Lee added eight points in the fourth.

Council Rock South 52, Council Rock North 48: Dan Kockett scored 18 points, and visiting South used a fourth-quarter rally to triumph.

William Tennent 58, Truman 46: Cory Hamlet's 22 points led the host Panthers. The senior center shot 10 for 12 from the floor, and he scored nine points in the first quarter.

Pennsbury 59, Neshaminy 49: Cameron Jones drilled three three-pointers as the host Falcons rolled. Jaylen Pickett led Neshaminy with seven third-quarter points.


Plymouth Whitemarsh 99, Springfield (Montco) 31: Senior forward Alex Williams scored a career-high 15 points off the bench to highlight the host Colonials' senior night. Junior guard Jimmy Murray chipped in with five three-pointers.

Wissahickon 59, Upper Moreland 56

(2 OT): Chase Wilson scored 11 of visiting Wissahickon's 13 overtime points to seal the win. He finished with 30 points and seven rebounds. Chris Vila added 10 points, nine rebounds, and six assists.


Central Bucks West 56, Hatboro-Horsham 45: Kyle Salvitti scored 23 points to help the host Bucks pull away.


Lower Merion 64, Radnor 34: The Aces clinched the top seed in the league playoffs behind Justin McFadden's 18 points. With Radnor's loss, Harriton captured the fourth and final seed. Penncrest is second, and Conestoga is third.


Conwell-Egan 41, St. Joseph's Prep 38: Vinny Dalessandro's breakaway dunk with seven seconds left sealed the win for the host Eagles. Kyle Thompson led Prep with 15 points and eight rebounds.

Archbishop Carroll 63, Father Judge 34: Derrick Jones scored eight of his 21 points in the third quarter, and the visiting Patriots rolled. Austin Tilghman added 12 points. Quincy Reed led Judge with three three-pointers.


West Chester Rustin 59, Unionville 49: Andrew Chobany scored 11 points and Chris Richardson added 10 to power the visiting Golden Knights. Dan McClaskey had three threes for Unionville.



Haverford School's Matt Haigh captured two individual events and set a pool record at Malvern Prep.

   The sophomore captured the 500-yard freestyle in a record 4 minutes, 35.81 seconds. The mark was nearly seven seconds ahead of the second-place time. Haigh won the 200 freestyle in 1:43.48, and helped guide the Fords to the 400 freestyle relay title.

   Haverford School eighth grader Alex Boratto set a pool record with 51.66-second finish in the 100 backstroke, and the Malvern Prep 200 medley relay team set a pool record with a 1:35.87 finish. The team had C.J. Schaffer, Aaron Salinas, Chris Carey, and Billy Beard.

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