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Northeast nips W. Phila.

Corey Wilkins dropped in just one three-pointer for Northeast's boys' basketball team yesterday, but it was a big one. Wilkins found the range with 8 seconds left and sparked the Vikings to a 49-47 nonleague win over host West Philadelphia.

Corey Wilkins dropped in just one three-pointer for


's boys' basketball team yesterday, but it was a big one.

Wilkins found the range with 8 seconds left and sparked the Vikings to a 49-47 nonleague win over host

West Philadelphia


Northeast built a 17-6 lead in the first quarter, but the Speedboys chipped away until taking the lead in the fourth quarter.

Wilkins scored eight points and Tyron Littles added 18 points for Northeast.

Jacob Wasco's basket in overtime handed

Franklin Learning Center

a 63-61 win over host

La Salle


Khalief Trawick scored 26 points and Denzel Yard added 20 points for the Bobcats.

Marcus Brown converted a layup with 2 seconds left and handed

Engineering & Science

a 49-48 win over host



Brown finished the game with 23 points.

Aaron Summers scored 17 points for


and host

Valley Forge

missed a three-pointer at the buzzer as the Gators held on for a 64-62 victory.

Ismail Greenlee scored 16 points and grabbed 15 rebounds as


edged visiting


, 53-50.

James Sanchez scored both of his 2 points in overtime and helped


get past visiting


, 59-55.

Theo West, who dropped in 23 points for the Tigers, also scored a pair of points in overtime.

James Ward scored 9 of his 14 points in the fourth quarter and


converted 14 of 16 free-throw attempts down the stretch in a 52-47 win over visiting

Central Bucks West


Hope Charter

went on a 24-13 scoring run in the second quarter and beat visiting


, 57-49.

Briel Scott scored 17 points for the Cannons.

Ron Lee notched 10 of his 19 points in the final quarter and led

Ben Franklin

past visiting

University City

, 60-50.

Math, Civics & Science

placed five players in double figures and beat visiting

Community Academy of Philadelphia

, 113-39.

The Mighty Elephants established a new single-game scoring record, eclipsing 109 points set last season.

Zaahir Smith led MC&S with 25 points.


Mike Metzger scored 19 points and Eric Thomas-Young added 18 points to give


its first win of the season, a 60-41 decision over visiting

Delaware Valley Friends


Pat Sharr (21 points) and Bruce Williams (14 points) scored 14 of

West-Mont Christian

's 20 points in the final quarter and the Wings beat visiting

Wyncote Academy

, 54-47.


Dwayne Reed banked in a three-pointer with 7 seconds left and boosted

De La Salle

to a 75-74 win over visiting

St. Mary's (N.J.)


Reed scored 13 points and Calvin Harper chipped in with 17 points for De La Salle.

Girls' Basketball

Jasmine Elum scored 25 points and added eight assists as host


remained unbeaten with a 51-40 nonleague win over visiting

Penn Wood

. Laneisha Murcheson added 15 points for the Ambassadors (3-0).

Bianca Mercado's 10 points helped host

Community Academy of Philadelphia

to a 41-34 win over

Math, Civics and Science


Kendall Stokes scored 12 of her game-high 15 points in the second quarter as

Penn Charter

went on an 18-7 run in a 42-30 win at

Sacred Heart


A pair of juniors led host

Germantown Friends



, 39-17. Nina Voith scored 15 points and Jasmine West had 15 rebounds.

Christopher Dock

opened with a 12-0 run on the way to a 49-14 win over Lansdale rival

Calvary Baptist

. The Pioneers (1-0) got 13 points, nine assists, five rebounds and four steals from Breanna Derstine.

Elizabeth Layton's 12 points and 14 rebounds paced host


to a 40-22 win over

Plymouth Whitemarsh



Kelyn Freedman scored 20 points for


in a 62-47 win at

Springfield (Delaware County)



Justin Heller recorded one of six

Chestnut Hill Academy

pins and helped the Blue Devils beat


, 42-36, in a nonleague match at Father Judge.


Chris Marucci came within four pins of perfection and helped

Cardinal O'Hara

win the Archbishop Ryan Invitational at Boulevard Lanes.

Marucci rolled a 296 game.