Olney needed criteria to beat host Lincoln in a Public League wrestling match Wednesday.

The Trojans entered the final bout holding a 35-29 lead, but Terrell Stephney's pin at 215 pounds ended the match in a 35-35 tie. The Trojans were awarded the win based on the first criterion, most bouts won.

Julian Pagan's pin of Matthew King at 189 gave the Trojans (3-1) their seventh bout victory of the afternoon and meant that even with a pin the Railsplitters could not pull out the match.

In other league matches:

Edison cruised to a 48-22 win at Central, getting a key 2-1 decision at 152 pounds from Steve Deleo over Nasfon Belgrade.

The Owls used that momentum to win the next five bouts, which ended with Emil Sauris' 34-second pin at heavyweight.

The Owls also got a third-period pin from Antonion Molonia at 130 pounds.

Northeast overwhelmed host Franklin Towne Charter, 71-0, as senior Keith Freeman earned a 4-3 overtime decision against Kevin Logan.

Nonleague. Roman Catholic got third-period pins from Tom Desiterio, Mike Gristsico and Abdul Basil in a 48-21 win over visiting Penn Wood.

Jerry Godleski (130) added a first-period pin for the Cahillites.

Boys' Basketball

Tom Noonan scored 21 points for host Penn Charter in a 71-44 nonleague win over FitzSimons.

Noonan was one of three Quakers to score in double figures as Jake Richards added 12 points and Mike Brown 10.

Allen Heggs scored 10 points and Isaiah Baker added 15 rebounds for host Episcopal Academy in a 46-35 win over Bishop Shanahan.

Baker and Brian Taylor each added nine points for the Churchmen (4-4).

Truman crossed the river and came back with an 80-75 win at Cherry Hill East thanks to Eddie Valentine, who had 21 points.

The Cougars missed an open three with 27 seconds left that would have tied the game at 78.

Chris Santo, a 6-4 junior, scored 34 points to lead Cherry Hill East. He shot 14 for 25 from the field.

Haverford School's shooters had the hot hands from distance in a 68-60 win over visiting Marple Newtown. The Fords knocked down nine three-pointers in the win, including five from Zack Thomas and two more from Brendan Purcell.

Andrew Acker led the Fords with 21 points, while Thomas added 15 and Purcell 13.

Harriton needed 27 points from Mark Fusaro to beat visiting Academy Park, 64-41.

Fusaro and Matt Sherman each knocked down four three-point shots.

Sherman added 14 points.

Craig Presant accounted for 20 points, nine on three-pointers, to lift Friends Select to a 55-50 win over visiting Morrisville.

Presant scored 16 of his points in the first half to lead the Falcons (4-1) to a 37-20 lead.

City of Palms Tournament. In Fort Myers (Fla.), St. Frances' Ronald Williams hit a 17-footer at the buzzer to beat Penn Wood, 63-61, in a consolation-round game.

The Patriots tied the game at 61-61 on a three-pointer by Tyree Johnson. Shawn Oakman's 18 points led Penn Wood.

Girls' Basketball

Abington survived a nonleague scare from visiting Central Bucks South, 59-57. The Ghosts (5-0) were led by senior Emily Leer's 22 points.

Morrisville led, 47-21, after three quarters and coasted past visiting Friends Select, 55-32. Jah'mirra Chambers scored 15 points to lead the Bulldogs, who also got 13 from Kievanna Lacey and 10 more from Cassandra Gainey.

Junior guard Charlotte Beebe had 20 points for host Penncrest in a 52-47 win over Academy Park.

Taylor Copus added 11 points for the Lions. Mercedes Vaughn led the Vanguards with 19 points.

Ten players scored for William Tennent, led by Sarah Godfrey's 13 points, in a 54-30 win over visiting Northeast.

Janaiah Elum carried the scoring burden for the Vikings with 20 points.

Aleesha Powell's 21 points and 10 assists paced Penn Charter to a 62-48 win over visiting Freire Charter.

Bethlehem Liberty outlasted host Methacton, 56-49, despite 21 points from Lauren Ruhl, including her 1,000th career point.