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Pa. Boys | Father Judge tops St. Joseph's Prep

Matt McLaughlin came through in the clutch and Father Judge made a statement for Catholic League Northern Division boys' basketball yesterday.

Matt McLaughlin came through in the clutch and

Father Judge

made a statement for Catholic League Northern Division boys' basketball yesterday.

The Crusaders came from behind in the fourth quarter and stunned their host, perennial Southern Division power

St. Joseph's Prep

, 36-35.

McLaughlin capped an 8-4 Judge (4-3) rally in the final quarter with a game-winning layup with four seconds left in the game. He finished the game with a team-high 12 points, while Matt Williams led the Hawks (4-3) with 15 points.

Sam Kurtzman drained a pair of free throws with 40 seconds left in overtime and gave

Haverford School

a 42-41 win over visiting



Kurtzman scored 11 points for the Fords.

Darren El followed a 41-point outburst against

Bayard Rustin

with 20 points for


against visiting


and the Hornets won, 49-43.

Tim Lang scored 17 points and boosted

Garnet Valley

to a 49-43 win over visiting



Jon Smith scored 19 points and

Christian Academy

closed out its game with host

Gloucester Christian (N.J.)

with a 23-11 scoring effort en route to a 59-50 victory.


Antonio Wormley scored 20 points and

Martin Luther King

rallied in the second half to beat host


, 58-56.

Anthony Razo exploded for 32 points and paced


to a 73-68 win over visiting




Max Kenan chipped in with six of his 14 points during a 16-6 fourth-quarter scoring run by


and the Pioneers handed

Lower Merion

its first loss of the season, 54-49.

Mike Reese picked up 18 points and boosted

Strath Haven

to a 60-56 win over visiting



Soutiri Sapnas contributed 24 points and helped

Marple Newtown

beat host

Haverford High

in overtime, 68-64.

Dan Robinson struck for 19 points and led


past visiting

Springfield (Delaware County)

, 54-47.

Upper Darby

outshot host


at the free throw line, 19-6, and beat the Lions, 54-46.

Jamir McRae scored 16 points for the Royals.

Suburban One American.

Christian Santos struck for 16 points and led


past visiting


, 51-50.

Dalton Nice carried the scoring load with 19 points for


and the Panthers beat host

Springfield (Montgomery County)

, 52-48.

Suburban One Continental.

A.J. Picard converted a three pointer at the buzzer and gave


a 59-58 win over visiting

Central Bucks East


Picard scored 16 points and Ronnie Benson added 20 points for the Indians.

Jamie Conway poured in 13 points and led

Council Rock South

past host

Council Rock North

, 40-36.

Suburban One National.

Dalton Pepper scored 10 of his 21 points down the stretch and


slipped past visiting

Harry S Truman

, 65-58.


used a 17-point scoring effort by Tim Howe to beat host


, 62-54.


Randall Grant picked up 17 points and helped


get past host

Bishop Shanahan

, 60-54.

Brian Grashof collected 22 points and lifted

Downingtown West

to a 53-40 win over host

West Chester Henderson


Pioneer Athletic.

Andre Brown hit a jumper from the wing with two seconds left and handed


a 53-51 win over host



It was Brown's only points of the game.

Doug Berzins dropped in 21 points and sparked


to a 57-54 win over visiting

Perkiomen Valley



Alex Flood accounted for 21 points and led


to a 50-43 win over host

Calvary Christian


Tri-County. Ryan Dunphy scored five of his 11 points in the third quarter to spark

Kimberton Waldorf

to a 41-38 win over visiting




Dan Horowitz earned three pins and helped

Friends' Central

to three victories.

The Phoenix beat

Friends Select


Abington Friends

by identical 57-3 scores. They shut out

Solebury School

in a nonleague match, 66-0.


Henry Stokes earned a 6-4 win at 145 pounds and helped


beat host

Sanford (Del.)

, 39-33.

In another nonleague match, Shohei Kaurokaws needed just 38 seconds to earn a pin at 152 pounds as

Germantown Friends

downed visiting

Penn Charter

, 57-24.

Alex Blenheim earned a pair of pins at 135 pounds as

Chestnut Hill Academy


Ben Franklin

, 51-30, and


, 69-12.

Ben Franklin did manage to rally and beat Central, 37-22. Eric Hankins got a pin in 15 seconds at heavyweight for the Electrons.