boys' basketball team got another double-double from Theo West and the Tigers got another win yesterday.
West scored 23 points and pulled down 12 rebounds to lead Kensington past visiting
, 57-39, in a nonleague game.
West also blocked six shots for the Tigers.
Alex Zimmerman dropped in 26 points and helped
hold off host
The Monarchs outscored the Falcons, 18-9, down the stretch and took the lead before Friends Select nailed down the victory.
Anthony Fuscellaro's basket with 48 seconds left proved to be the difference in
's 63-61 win over visiting
Community Academy of Philadelphia
Fuscellaro scored 10 points and Carl Wilson scored 16 points on eight for 16 shooting from the floor.
Jabbar Thornton-Bey, playing in his first varsity game, and Jordan Thomas each scored two points in overtime to lead
Thornton-Bey and Thomas each scored 10 points while teammate Zach Wise led the way with 19 points.
took a four-point lead in the opening quarter and it turned out to be the difference in a 42-38 win over host
Rus Slawter collected 11 points for the Raiders.
Thomas Cotton was perfect in four tries from the free-throw line in the final minute and led
De La Salle
Cotton scored 15 points and had the only three-pointer of the game for De La Salle.
Diyaaldin Kelley dominated the middle and boosted
to an 81-74 win over host
Kelley scored 17 points, grabbed 12 rebounds and blocked 6 shots.
Lamar Jackson scored eight of his 24 points over two overtime periods and helped
get past visiting
Ellis Rogers hit a pair of free throws with 3 seconds left for the Patriots to send the game to a second overtime period.
Lenny Young led a parade of 10
players into the scoring column with 14 points and the Falcons downed visiting
Terrell McClure scored half of his 16 points in the second quarter and sparked
to a 58-45 win over host
used a 20-5 scoring outburst in the second quarter to stun visiting
Andrew Schaefer led a balanced Eagles scoring attack with 10 points.
Eddie Matta contributed 14 points and seven assists to boost
Matt Shervin knocked down four three-pointers in the third quarter and lifted
Shervin finished the game 18 points.
Clayton Holmes scored 23 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to spark
to a 79-42 win over host
built a 42-23 halftime lead and went on to beat visiting
Marcus Ferrell scored 23 points for Vaux.
Alex Flood scored 22 points to lead
Jon Smith struck for a career-high 26 points and lifted
to a 76-63 win over visiting
with nine pins and decked the Trojans, 52-30, in a nonleague match.