survived some anxious moments before outlasting visiting
, 60-56, in a nonleague basketball game yesterday.
The host Patriots led the visiting Patriots, 45-34, going into the final quarter but watched that lead whittled down thanks to Carroll's 21-15 fourth-quarter run.
Jeff Holton's 18 points led GA, who got 13 points and eight assists from 6-foot-4 sophomore point guard Cameron Ayers.
In other nonleague games:
Michael Rainey poured in six three-pointers and finished with 27 points as
Rainey scored 13 of his points in the first quarter when the Panthers went on a 26-15 run.
Terrence Bennett's 19 points and 12 rebounds powered
to a 72-55 win at
All five starters made major contributions for host
in a 56-42 win over
Philadelphia Academy Charter
. Tyrell Smith led the way with 16 points, while Jon Medina added 14 and Keith Brown and Xavier Williams each chipped in with 10. The other starter, 6-4 center Jamar Smith, scored only four points but contributed a team-high 14 rebounds.
Five players reached double figures for
in an 80-50 win over visiting
. Tariq Lee, a 5-foot-11 guard, led the way with 21 points.
Matt Shervin hit four three-pointers and finished with a game-high 16 points to lead
to a 60-22 win at
Franklin Towne Charter
went on a 19-4 run to open the second half and cruise to a 51-35 win at
. John Johnson scored eight of his 17 points in that quarter.
Ismail Greenlee, a 6-foot-3 senior, scored 11 points and pulled down 17 rebounds for
in an 80-65 win over visiting
remained unbeaten with a 57-37 win over visiting
as Derrick Stephens hit four three-pointers and finished with 15 points.
Jack O'Neill's 30 points and 16 rebounds carried
to a 78-65 win over visiting
John Glenn's 12 points helped
Holy Ghost Prep
rocket past host
Dan Comas' 26 points provided the exclamation point for
in a 59-40 win over visiting
Glen Mills Tournament.
Dwayne Davis scored 25 points and captured the MVP trophy to lead
to a 71-60 win over host
in the title game.
Suburban One American.
, 21-1, in the second quarter on the way to a 57-45 win. The Trojans got 22 points and six steals from Justin Fairy.
, 59-18, in a nonleague match and also picked up a win at the same venue over
New Life Academy
, 54-3, getting two first-period pins from sophomore Nick Marini, who wrestled at 130 pounds.
Perkiomen School also fared well against New Life, winning, 48-18, getting pins from Luke Martin (112), Eric Pfeiffer (171), Tim Richard (189) and Colin Ireland (218).
Anthony Fulginitti pinned Anthony Greenstein at heavyweight to highlight
's 48-30 win over visiting
Justin Franiak's first-period pin of Tyler Buras in the heavyweight bout highlighted host
's 37-19 win over