Tom Marshall and Chris Wilk came to the rescue when

Archbishop Ryan's

basketball team needed them the most yesterday.

Marshall and Wilk scored the last six points of the game in the final minute, and led the Raiders past host Bodine, 42-36, in a nonleague game.

Marshall sank a basket to break a 36-36 tie, and Wilk was perfect on four free-throw attempts.

Brian Weldon's steal and layup with 30 seconds left gave Interboro a 49-48 win over visiting Garnet Valley.

Jerry Golden picked up 13 points, and Weldon added 10 points for the Bucs.

Michael Raney dropped in 12 of his 27 points in the final quarter and led Mastbaum past visiting Nueva Esperanza, 64-61.

Raney helped the Panthers break a 43-43 tie at the start of the fourth quarter. Charles Campbell scored 27 points for the Scorpions.

Chris Thebaud struck for 15 of his 28 points in the final quarter and led Church Farm past host Phil-Mont Christian, 69-64.

Jesse Morgan drained five three-pointers and scored 28 points to lead Prep Charter to a 71-65 win over visiting Strawberry Mansion.

Will Adams missed just 2 of 12 shots and was 6 for 8 from three-point range with 26 points and Imhotep Charter beat host North Catholic, 66-59.

Saul pulled within three points of host Kensington late in the game, but the Tigers held off the Razorbacks and earned a 47-40 victory, handing Saul (3-1) its first loss.

Theo West helped preserve the win by nailing 5 of 6 free throws, scoring 14 points, and pulling down 10 rebounds.

GAMP converted 25 of 32 free-throw attempts and beat visiting Swenson, 63-53, for its first win of the season.

Stefan Thompson paced the Pioneers with 16 points and 11 rebounds.

Tony Chennault scored 23 points and Jamal Wilson chipped in with 22 points to give Neumann-Goretti a 75-65 win over visiting Cardinal Dougherty.

World Communications built a 34-25 lead in the first half and downed visiting Masterman, 52-42. Chris Evans scored seven of his 13 points in the second quarter for World Communications.

Roxborough blew past visiting Parkway in the second quarter and raced to a 51-31 victory.

The Indians outscored the Hoyas in the second quarter, 17-4, and got 18 points and 13 rebounds from Marquis Reeves.

Suburban One American. A steal with 20 seconds left in the game by Allen Williams iced Plymouth Whitemarsh's 51-50 win over visiting Upper Dublin.

Matt Labick paced the Colonials with 28 points.

Quakertown missed a three-pointer at the buzzer and Upper Moreland escaped with a 53-50 victory.

The Golden Bears were 27 for 31 from the foul line and got 19 points from Sean Caldwell.

Justin Fairy collected 11 of his 20 points in the first half as he sparked Wissahickon to a 55-41 win over host Springfield (Montgomery County).

Tri-County. First-year sophomore Eric Thomas-Young notched a career-high 28 points and sparked Mercy Vocational to a 66-55 win over host Phelps.

Keystone. Ted Goodman collected eight of his 16 points in the final quarter and helped Perkiomen School beat visiting Christian Academy, 63-49.

The Indians, who outscored the Crusaders down the stretch, 18-9, got 21 points from Denzel Leslie.