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

Interboro

.

Kurtzman scored 11 points for the Fords.

Darren El followed a 41-point outburst against

Bayard Rustin

with 20 points for

Oxford

against visiting

Chichester

and the Hornets won, 49-43.

Tim Lang scored 17 points and boosted

Garnet Valley

to a 49-43 win over visiting

Kennett

.

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.

Public.

Antonio Wormley scored 20 points and

Martin Luther King

rallied in the second half to beat host

Sayre

, 58-56.

Anthony Razo exploded for 32 points and paced

FitzSimons

to a 73-68 win over visiting

Fels

.

Central.

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

Conestoga

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

Radnor

.

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

Ridley

past visiting

Springfield (Delaware County)

, 54-47.

Upper Darby

outshot host

Penncrest

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

Cheltenham

past visiting

Wissahickon

, 51-50.

Dalton Nice carried the scoring load with 19 points for

Quakertown

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

Souderton

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

Pennsbury

slipped past visiting

Harry S Truman

, 65-58.

Bensalem

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

Abington

, 62-54.

Ches-Mont.

Randall Grant picked up 17 points and helped

Coatesville

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

Pottstown

a 53-51 win over host

Phoenixville

.

It was Brown's only points of the game.

Doug Berzins dropped in 21 points and sparked

Spring-Ford

to a 57-54 win over visiting

Perkiomen Valley

.

Bicentennial.

Alex Flood accounted for 21 points and led

Jenkintown

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

Phelps

.

Wrestling

Dan Horowitz earned three pins and helped

Friends' Central

to three victories.

The Phoenix beat

Friends Select

and

Abington Friends

by identical 57-3 scores. They shut out

Solebury School

in a nonleague match, 66-0.

Nonleague.

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

Westtown

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

downed

Ben Franklin

, 51-30, and

Central

, 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.