Joe Migliarese's layup at the buzzer gave host
a 45-43 Catholic League Northern Division basketball win over
Frank Pierson's only three points of the game, on a jumper with 15 seconds left, forced a tie.
The Raiders got the ball back, missed a layup, and also missed a putback, giving Migliarese his chance.
Five players reached double figures as
's fastbreak offense was clicking in a 105-55 win over visiting
John Johnson's hot hand carried the Cavaliers (7-2) early, scoring 15 of his game-high 26 points in the first quarter.
Girard College led, 39-14, at the end of the first quarter and upped that lead to 62-34 by halftime.
Other double-digit contributions came from Torrell Candelaria (16), Trevor Peeples (14), Omar Ford-Bey and Andre Rivers (11 apiece), and Mark Thomas (10).
Suburban One American.
T.J. Klinger scored 14 points to lead
to a 59-49 win at
. The Panthers' Dalton Nice led all scorers with 16 points.
Suburban One National.
Jaymes Miller scored 10 points to lead
to a 44-30 win over visiting
. Nine other players scored for the Galloping Ghosts.
Josh Jarrell, a 5-foot-10 senior guard, finished off a three-point play late in the fourth quarter to lead
to a 57-51 win at
. Nick Christian led the Owls with 12 points, while Jarrell and Tim Howe finished with 11 apiece.
Jimmy Jefferson scored 10 of his 16 points in the second half of
41-38 win over visiting
Central Bucks South
Suburban One Continental.
Central Bucks East
went on a 21-10 run in the third quarter to earn a 74-63 win over
Council Rock South
. Tim McLaughlin scored 10 of his 14 points in that quarter. Teammates Pat McLaughlin and Keith Milnazik each shared high scoring honors for the Patriots with 15 points.
Zach Wise scored 16 points to help host
hold off a late rally and beat
, 54-49. The Phantoms hit 16 of their 24 free-throw attempts. Boyertown outscored Phoenixville, 24-13, in the final quarter to chip away at a 41-25 third-quarter lead. In the final two minutes, Jesse Daywalt scored all four of his points from the free-throw line to keep Phoenixville ahead.
Pat Sharr's 200th career three-pointer, one of his two in the game, highlighted
's 55-25 win over visiting
Mike Blake pinned Alex Lewandowski in 1 minute, 40 seconds at 125 pounds to give
Chestnut Hill Academy
the lead for good in a 44-24 nonleague wrestling win at