Devon Perrin took the shot that finally counted in a boys' basketball shoot-out between Fels and West Catholic at the Northeast Tournament Monday.

Perrin's shot with 31 seconds left in a second overtime period lifted the Panthers past the Burrs, 86-85, in a first-round game.

Perrin, who finished the game with 34 points, scored 10 points in the second overtime session and drained a trio of three-pointers in the game. Kiwan Murray added 27 points and forced the second overtime when he scored off a pass from Aquil Younger. He also sent the game into overtime with free throws in the fourth quarter.

Allentown Allen Tournament. Rodney Walters scored all of his 6 points in the final quarter and helped Frankford beat Springfield (Delaware County), 45-40, in a semifinal game.

Karon Blackman added a team-high 9 points for the Pioneers.

Augustinian Tournament. Kevin Rafferty led a balanced Malvern Prep scoring attack with 15 points and the Friars eased past Villanova Prep (Calif.), 80-50, in Ontario.

Benedictine Capital City Classic. Pat Connaghan and Malik Garner each scored 15 points for the Blue Devils who shot 67 percent from the floor.

Boardwalk Classic. Communications Tech got 21 points and 13 rebounds from Sherman Blandford and beat Salem (N.J.), 69-47, in a Jersey Shore Bracket semifinal at the Wildwoods Convention Center.

The Phoenix jumped out to a 22-8 lead in the first quarter.

In a Seashore Cup Bracket semifinal, Monsignor Bonner used a 21-15 scoring push in the final quarter to get past Woodbury (N.J.), 57-52.

Jamal Melvin and Joe McGinn each scored 17 points to boost the Friars.

Hempfield Black Knights Tournament. Southern raced to a 22-8 lead in the opening quarter and handled Lancaster Mennonite, 65-35, in a semifinal.

Shaquille Gaskins paced the Rams with 19 points including 10 points in the first quarter.

Interboro Kiwanis Tournament. Ross Reber contributed 16 points to spark St. Pius X to a 71-52 semifinal win over World Communications.

Junior Orange Bowl Tournament. In Miami, Roman Catholic got 12 points from Fortunat Kangudi and got past Northwestern (Fl.), 32-26, in a first-round game.

Robert Hopf Tournament. Jack Kinnery struck for 23 points, seven steals and six rebounds to lift host Jenkintown past CAPA, 61-33, in a semifinal game.

In the other semifinal, Tyler Landis dropped in 12 points for Franklin Towne Charter in a 48-28 win over Community Academy of Philadelphia.

Stan Novak Tournanment. Jeffrey Hughes came through with 30 points and helped Devon Prep beat Calvary Baptist, 74-31, in a semifinal game at Springfield (Montgomery County).

Trenton Central Tournament. Blake Bozeman poured in 18 points and sparked Solebury School to a 50-42 win over Willingboro (N.J.) in a semifinal game.

Bozeman was perfect in six free throw attempts down the stretch.

Wissahickon Tournament. The host Trojans got 20 points from Jack O'Neil and dropped Lansdale Catholic, 58-43, in a semifinal game.

In the other semifinal, Eddie Valentine scored 39 points as Harry S Truman beat Central Bucks East, 78-71.

Girls' Basketball

On the boardwalk in Wildwood (N.J.), Owen J. Roberts used some good board work to earn a 55-52 championship win over Hatboro-Horsham Monday.

The Wildcats got 39 rebounds, nine from Haley Halteman, to hold off the Hatters in the title game of the Delaware Bay Bracket in the Boardwalk Classic.

Hatboro-Horsham had 33 rebounds.

Owen J. Roberts led by 17 at the half and had that lead whittled down to two before pulling the game out.

Halteman added 13 points for the Wildcats (4-4), who got 14 points from Kara Mann.

Kate Romano's 18 points paced the Hatters (2-4).

In another tournament game, Friends' Central used 18 points from Monaye Merritt to hand Eastern (N.J.) its first loss, 49-46.

Allentown Allen Tournament. Maddy McKnight's 13 points helped Springfield (Delaware County) beat host Allentown Allen, 53-35, in a first-round game. The Cougars will play Northampton tonighttue at 6:15 p.m. in the title game.

Daytona Beach Classic. In Daytona Beach, Jenna Gassew helped Archbishop Prendergast sew up a spot in the second round with 12 points in a 49-43 win over Perry Central (Ky.). The Pandas play Woodstock (Ga.) Tuesday at 2 p.m.

Dunbar Invitational. Lausanne Prep was a Tennessee state finalist last season.

Archbishop Wood played as though it was unimpressed, coasted to a 76-52 first-round win over Lausanne Prep (Tenn.) in the Fort Myers (Fla.) tournament. Stephanie Keyes led the Vikings with 20 points and Lauren Nealon added 10. Eleven players scored for Wood, which plays in a second-round game tonight (8:30 p.m.).

Garnet Valley Tournament. West Chester Henderson needed all of Jaclyn Panichi's 16 points to outlast Episcopal Academy, 47-42, in a first-round game and earn a date against the host school in tonight's final.

Garnet Valley had the easier road to the 6:30 p.m. title game, as 11 players scored in a 57-22 semifinal win over Chichester. Coley Ricci led the Jaguars with 17 points.

Interboro Tournament. Olivia Encarnation scored five of her 11 points in overtime to lift host Interboro past West Catholic, 41-38.

The Bucs will play for the title tonight at 6:30 p.m. against Sun Valley, a 42-23 winner over St. Pius X in the other first-round game.

Northeast Tournament. Frankford knocked down 12 three-point shots on the way to an 88-59 win over Bodine. Waynesha Griffin, who scored 25 points to lead the Pioneers, finished with four three-pointers.

University City used just five players in a 50-30 win over Parkway, led by Quinnie Washington's 25 points and 14 rebounds.

Tournament play continues Tuesday morning at 10 a.m.

Pickerington (Ohio) Tournament. Archbishop Carroll ousted defending champion Mt. Notre Dame (Ohio), 53-44, behind Erin Shields, who scored 23 points. Shields knocked down five three-pointers. Mt. Notre Dame, from Cincinnati, had won the tournament four of the past five seasons.

Robert Hopf Tournament. At Jenkintown, Sacred Heart had 10 players score and were led by Annie O'Donnell's 10 points in a 53-28 first-round win over Bishop McDevitt.

Carolyn Smith's 19 points helped Jenkintown earn a spot in the final with a 47-34 win over Upper Moreland in the other first-round game.

Stan Novak Tournament. At Springfield (Montgomery County), Penn Wood got 11 points and 14 rebounds from Tyneisha Whitsette in a 55-34 first-round win over Friends Select.

The Patriots will face the host Spartans in Tuesday night's 6:30 p.m final.

Springfield ran past Calvary Baptist, 57-28.

St. Pius X Tournament. In Atlanta (Ga.), Cardinal Dougherty scored 20 of the game's first 22 points and coasted to a 61-32 win over Cardinal Neuman of Columbia (S.C.) in a first-round game. Maureen Hawkins added 12 points and five steals for Dougherty.

West Chester Classic. Prep Charter scored the game's first eight points and never trailed in a 44-29 second-round win over Avon Grove. Prep Charter advances to a date against Central, a rematch of the league championship game last season, Tuesday at 4:30 p.m.

Central earned its spot by outlasting Emmaus, 46-42, in another second-round game.

It was the second-straight loss for Emmaus, a team from outside of Allentown, to a Philadelphia school. The Green Hornets were beaten by Archbishop Ryan, 68-37, in a first-round tournament game on Saturday.

Wissahickon Tournament. Carley Kendall's 22 points and Elizabeth Mower's 12 were enough for Souderton to cut down Gwynedd-Mercy, 56-31, and earn a spot in Tuesday's final against the host school.

Wissahickon punched its ticket to the final by nipping Lansdale Catholic, 47-45, behind Colleen Hinde's 20 points.

Woodrow Wilson Tiger Classic. In Camden (N.J.), Tina Frisby tossed in 31 points to lead Franklin Learning Center past Camden Academy Charter, 65-40, and into Tuesday's 2 p.m. championship game.

Indoor Track and Field

Methacton's Carlton Lavong blasted out to a long jump of 24-5 on his first attempt and won the event along with the Outstanding Athlete of the Meet award at the 11th Annual Marine Corps Holiday Classic at the New Balance Track and Field Center in New York City.