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Tuesday Pa. roundup: Northeast tops Fels for tourney title

Fels will win its share of basketball games this season, but it wasn't in the cards for the Panthers on Tuesday at the Northeast Tournament.

Fels will win its share of basketball games this season, but it wasn't in the cards for the Panthers on Tuesday at the Northeast Tournament.

Dan Patriarca converted a one-and-one with less than a minute remaining and the host Northeast Vikings edged Fels, 54-52, for the tournament title.

Patriarca scored five points down the stretch and finished with 22 points with a trio of three pointers. His one-and-one conversion gave Northeast a five-point lead.

Eric Jean-Simon scored five points and grabbed 10 rebounds en route to the tournament MVP award.

Allentown Allen Tournament. Kenny Gula chipped in with 20 points as Quakertown upended Springfield (Delaware County), 54-49, in the consolation game.

Boardwalk Classic. Shaquille Shannon picked up 25 points and Raheem Roher added 21 points as Communications Tech took the Jersey Shore Bracket title at the Wildwoods Convention Center.

In the Seashore Cup Bracket consolation game, Archbishop Wood broke a three-game losing streak with a 58-42 win over Woodbury (N.J.). Doug Macrone paced the Vikings with 23 points.

Chris Smith Memorial Tournament. Mike Milito scored all of Downingtown West's points in the first half and led the Whippets past Engineering and Science, 35-26, in a semifinal at North Penn.

Milito scored 14 of his 18 points in the first half when West was taking a 14-1 lead. Milito was 8 for 11 from the floor.

Eastern States Invitational. Tom Noonan struck for 18 points and led Penn Charter past Notre Dame (N.J.), 51-44, in the consolation game at Trenton Catholic.

Garnet Valley Tournament. Isaiah Baker collected 22 points and lifted Episcopal Academy past the host Garnet Valley Jaguars, 65-32, in the consolation game.

Harrisburg Tournament. Rondell White poured in 27 points and lifted West Chester Rustin past Upper Darby, 64-58, in a semifinal.

Interboro Kiwanis Tournament. Ross Reber was named the MVP of the tournament after St. Pius X handled the host Bucs, 53-29, in the title game.

Jack Schott Tournament. Nate Lorence accounted for 18 points for host Holy Ghost Prep in a 60-45 semifinal win over Downingtown East.

Juenger Tournament. Tyler Reeves led a balanced Oxford scoring attack with 12 points and the Hornets beat the host Fords, 42-31, in a semifinal.

KSA Tournament. A.J. Picard came through with 22 points and boosted Souderton past Orangewood (Fl.), 76-40, in a semifinal at Disney's Wide World of Sports Complex.

Robert Hopf Tournament. Steve Schoolfield collected 10 points and led Franklin Towne Charter to the tournament title with a 31-25 win over host Jenkintown.

In the consolation game, Matt Powers scored all of his 23 points in the first half and sparked CAPA to a 32-28 win over Community Academy of Philadelphia.

Powers accounted for all but two points scored by the Pegasus in the first half and hit five three-pointers.

Wissahickon Tournament. Jack O'Neill collected 25 points and Michael Bundy converted a trio of three pointers to lead the host Trojans past Harry S Truman, 72-51, for the tournament title.

In the consolation game, David Kiersnowski picked up 19 points and helped Central Bucks East beat Lansdale Catholic, 46-37.

Girls' Basketball

Robyn Harcum, Ericka Sowell and Najah Jacobs were an unbeatable trio for Prep Charter at the West Chester Classic at West Chester University.

Harcum drained a pair of free throws in overtime to give the Huskies a 55-54 win over Central in the fifth-place game.

Harcum, who dropped in 23 points, connected for a school-record six three pointers. Jacobs converted a layup at the buzzer to force overtime when Sowell scored all 4 of her points.

In another game at West Chester, Shayla Felder picked up 13 points to lead Cheltenham past Emmaus, 44-21.

Boardwalk Classic. Jessica Sylvester sank a pair of free throws with 24 seconds left and handed Nazareth Academy the Southern Cape Bracket title with a 45-43 win over Friends' Central at the Wildwoods Convention Center. Sylvester finished the game with 17 points.

Garnet Valley Tournament. Megan Quinn came through with 12 points to pace Episcopal Academy to a 45-21 win over Chichester.

Interboro Kiwanis Tournament. Jenna Crowley came through with 15 points to boost Sun Valley to a 52-18 win over the host Bucs in the title game. Crowley was named the MVP of the tournament.

Northeast Tournament. Amber Hall dropped in 18 points and led Washington to a 49-27 win over Swenson.

Quakertown Tournament. Deija Brantley scored 15 points and was named to the all-tournament team after Coatesville beat Palisades, 64-27, in the consolation game.

Robert Hopf Tournament. Annie O'Donnell scored 19 points and was named the MVP of the tournament after Sacred Heart downed host Jenkintown, 45-25, in the title game.

In the consolation game, Christie Graf scored six of her 11 points down the stretch as Upper Moreland got past Bishop McDevitt, 32-24.

Stan Novak Tournament. Grace Finkbiner and Keara McLaughlin each scored eight points to lift Friends Select to a 40-33 win over Calvary Baptist in the consolation game.

Unionville Tournament. Lizzy Carney collected 16 points and sparked the host Indians to a 53-34 semifinal win over Haverford High.

Wilson-West Lawn Tournament. Darci Caddell contributed 10 points and led Downingtown West past host Wilson-West Lawn, 30-27, in the consolation game.

Wissahickon Tournament. Shea Wassel notched 13 points and helped Lansdale Catholic beat Gwynedd-Mercy, 44-37, in the consolation game. Kate Greenhalgh opened the game with a pair of three pointers.

Nonleague. Downingtown East jumped out to a 19-0 lead and cruised past host Norristown, 60-19. Ro Gentry got 17 points for the Cougars.

Kristen Ralph posted 17 points and helped Conwell-Egan beat host Avon Grove, 43-39.

Alessandra Piscitelli accounted for 10 points and boosted Kennett to a 28-25 win over host West Chester East.