Luke House made a jump shot at the buzzer Monday as the Archbishop Carroll boys' basketball team handed La Salle its first loss of the year with a 57-55 triumph. House finished with 14 points as Ny’Mire Little led the Patriots with 15 points. The Explorers' 17-0 start was a school record.

Archbishop Carroll’s Ny’Mire Little looks to drive against Plymouth Whitemarsh’s Danny Cooper in the second quarter of a game in the Diane Mosco Foundation Shootout Against Cancer boys’ basketball showcase Saturday, Dec. 16, 2017, at Archbishop Wood. PW went on to win, 66-53. LOU RABITO / Staff
Archbishop Carroll’s Ny’Mire Little looks to drive against Plymouth Whitemarsh’s Danny Cooper in the second quarter of a game in the Diane Mosco Foundation Shootout Against Cancer boys’ basketball showcase Saturday, Dec. 16, 2017, at Archbishop Wood. PW went on to win, 66-53. LOU RABITO / Staff

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University of Miami recruit Isaiah Wong led all scorers with 34 points as Bonner-Prendergast defeated Cardinal O’Hara, 73-56. Tariq Ingraham added six points, surpassing 1,000 for his career for the Friars. Mike Perretta had 14 points for Bonner.

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Rider recruit Christian Ings and Jordan Hall each scored 16 points as Neumann-Goretti downed Archbishop Ryan, 76-60. Hakim Byrd contributed 15 points for the Saints.

Neumann-Goretti High's Christian Ings gets fouled by Lincoln Park High's Renell Cummings. YONG KIM/Staff Photographer.
Neumann-Goretti High's Christian Ings gets fouled by Lincoln Park High's Renell Cummings. YONG KIM/Staff Photographer.

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Aidan Dooley made two free throws after he stole an inbounds pass with nine seconds left to give Father Judge a 56-55 victory over West Catholic. Dooley finished with 10 points as Nasir Johnson led the Crusaders with 19 points.

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Chaz Owens recorded 20 points in Shipley’s 56-27 win over Barrack Hebrew. Cal State Bakersfield recruit Ray Somerville and Khalil Farmer each had 10 points for the Gators.

Malvern Prep's Deuce Turner goes to the basket with Shipley's Ray Somerville during the 1st quarter in Bryn Mawr, Friday, December 14, 2018. Shipley beats Malvern Prep 71-59. STEVEN M. FALK / Staff Photographer
STEVEN M. FALK / Staff Photographer
Malvern Prep's Deuce Turner goes to the basket with Shipley's Ray Somerville during the 1st quarter in Bryn Mawr, Friday, December 14, 2018. Shipley beats Malvern Prep 71-59. STEVEN M. FALK / Staff Photographer

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Cameron Simms scored eight of his 25 points in the second overtime as Science Leadership outlasted Bodine, 66-54. Rahmir Powell chipped in 13 points for the Rockets.

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Sekayi Robinson had a team-high 13 points as Freire Charter defeated Abington Friends, 72-58. Nasir Dunbar and Johnta Dunston added 12 and 11 points, respectively, for the Dragons.

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Tyree Sheard and Kyier Smith each scored 22 points to carry Washington over New Foundations, 77-57.

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Justin Anderson made four three-pointers for his 26 points as Phelps downed Hun School, 75-58. Nedas Nacickas chipped in 24 points while knocking down five threes for the Lions.

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Johaan Vinson recorded 19 points in Boys' Latin’s 55-46 triumph over Kensington. Jabril Lawson added 12 points for the Warriors.

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Jeron Joyner drained eight threes for a game-high 30 points as Parkway Center City took down Sayre, 81-60. Aziel Taylor and Nigel Eaton contributed 19 and 17 points, respectively, for the victors.

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Abdullah Muhammad collected 20 points and eight rebounds as Parkway Northwest topped Franklin Towne Charter, 49-41.

Girls' Basketball

Essence Davis finished with 18 points as Simon Gratz held off Girls High, 49-46. Jada added 17 points for the Bulldogs.

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Alexis Lin notched a game-high 16 points to lead Central over Lincoln, 43-27.

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Kaniyah Scantlebury paced Overbrook with 15 points in a 49-35 victory over Hallahan. Karrine Tucker had 11 points for the Panthers.

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Adaira McKeither scored 15 points as Kensington beat Paul Robeson, 52-36. Ayanna Brown and Tanaidith Latorre contributed 12 points apiece for the Tigers.

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Janiyah Zictor’s 15 points and Knyah Holmes' 13 points lifted Motivation over Math, Civics and Sciences, 43-35.

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Michaela Fletcher poured in 39 points as Tacony Charter cruised past Olney, 58-22.

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Bean Hughes scored a game-high 25 points in Upper Moreland’s 54-34 decision over Truman.

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Ava Sciolla had 20 points and 10 rebounds as Pennsbury rolled past Cheltenham, 65-14.