It would have taken a lot of imagination to write the ending to the basketball game between

Germantown Friends

and visiting

Mastery Charter

yesterday.

The Tigers got a free throw from Wes Bill with no time left on the clock and stunned Mastery, 65-64, in a nonleague game.

With GFS holding a 64-62 lead, Jaleel Khabeer threw up a prayer under the basket and found nothing but net to tie the game for Mastery, 64-64, with 3.2 seconds left.

Then on the inbounds play, Wes Bill was fouled in the back court, made the first free throw and ended the game for the Tigers. Bill scored 22 points and Max deLone added 17 points to lead GFS.

In other nonleague games:

Mike Maciejewski scored 15 of his 21 points in the final quarter, but missed a shot at the buzzer and

International Christian

edged host

Mercy Vocational

, 64-63.

Chris Bell scored 17 points for the Titans.

Friends' Central

got a free throw in the final minute of the game and held on to beat host

Haverford School

, 44-43.

Cyleb Burton collected 27 points for the Phoenix.

Danny Hinton converted a pair of free throws with 24 seconds left and helped

Olney

beat visiting

Parkway

, 52-46.

Hinton, who scored 13 points, gave the Trojans a 48-46 lead with his free throws. Devan Harris then stole the ball and hit a shot to bump the Olney margin to 50-46.

Terrance Bennett paced the Trojans with 15 points.

Saul

got 11 points from Tyrell Smith and Jonathan Medina chipped in with 10 points and 10 rebounds and beat visiting

CAPA

, 33-26.

With the win, the Razorbacks (2-0) equaled last season's win total.

Clayton Brothers came through with 17 points and four steals and Marquis Reaves contributed 13 points and 14 rebounds to lead

Roxborough

to a 58-50 win over visiting

Kensington

.

Dan Clapp picked up 20 points and 10 rebounds and led

Chichester

past visiting

Concord (Del.)

, 59-51.

Chris Parks struck for 19 points and sparked

Bok

to a 59-48 win over host

Masterman

.

Jordan Perkins paced the Blue Dragons with 15 points and 20 rebounds.

Engineering and Science

held host

Overbrook

to single digits in all but the first quarter and handled the Panthers, 51-34.

Marcus Brown led the Engineers with 21 points.

Swenson

converted seven of nine free throws and beat visiting

Philadelphia Academy Charter

, 60-41.

Krentz Sainte dropped in 20 points for the Lions.

Bodine

closed its game with visiting

Nueva Esperanza

with a 21-8 scoring run and beat the Scorpions, 72-50.

Lamar Gary scored 19 points and teammate Tarran Price added 18 points and 13 rebounds.

Ches-Mont.

Matt Maday hit a pair of free throws with six seconds left and iced

West Chester East

's 51-47 win over host

Downingtown East

.

Justin Orton paced the Vikings with 14 points.

Pioneer Athletic.

Randall Purnell picked up 17 points and helped

Pottstown

hold off host

Pottsgrove

, 59-55.

Tri-County.

Andre Pace picked up 17 points and sparked

West-Mont Christian

to a 45-33 win over host

Woodlynde

.

Josh Belfer accounted for 21 points and boosted

Barrack Hebrew

to a 48-31 win over visiting

Phelps

.

Dariel Harris sparked

Wyncote Academy

in the third quarter and the Lions went on to beat visiting

Delaware Valley Friends

, 68-43.

Wyncote opened the second half with a 29-13 scoring effort during which Harris drained a trio of threes and scored 14 of his 20 points.