held a seemingly safe lead in the Boardwalk Classic Frank McAlarnen Bracket title game against
Wildwood Catholic (N.J.)
But the Chargers had to pull out the stops and finally earned a 50-48 victory.
Philadelphia Electrical held a 38-25 lead early in the final quarter, but the Crusaders outscored the Chargers down the stretch, 21-6, to send the game into overtime.
Sean McCall went 4 for 8 from three-point range and scored 17 points, and Brandon Williams added 10 points and 15 rebounds for Philadelphia Electrical.
In the Cape May County Freeholders Bracket consolation game, Donte Williams scored 13 points to help
In an Atlantic Cup Bracket semifinal game, Lenny Young scored 11 points to help
West Windsor-Plainsboro South (N.J.)
Lijah Thompson scored 18 points and sparked
to a 54-32 semifinal win over
St. Augustine (Calif.)
in Richland (Atlantic County), N.J.
Bay Ball Classic.
Marcus Healey and Jesse Krasna each picked up 13 points to lead
, 66-48, in a Cape Ferry Bracket quarterfinal game.
Bel Air (Md.) Classic.
Ronnie Benson scored eight points in the third quarter and again in the fourth quarter as
, 75-54, in a semifinal game.
Benedictine Capital City Classic.
Gary Lawrence picked up 14 points and
Chestnut Hill Academy
St. John's College (D.C.)
, 47-38, in an opening-round win in Richmond, Va.
Chris Smith Tournament.
Brandon Tondreau accounted for 16 points and led
Engineering and Science
, 44-36, in a semifinal game at North Penn.
Emmaus Western Lehigh Tournament.
Khalief Trawick struck for 19 points and helped
Franklin Learning Center
, 71-45, in a semifinal game.
Lorenzo McDuffie collected 15 points and sparked
to a 53-47 win over
Harley Allendale (N.Y.)
in a semifinal game.
New Media Holiday Tournament.
Alex Gaddy scored 15 points and
Martin Luther King
came back from an 18-17 first-quarter deficit to beat
, 62-57, in a semifinal game at Mount Airy Church of God.
In the other semifinal, Malcolm Weston scored 12 points to lift
Pete Nelson Classic.
Mike Robinson dropped in 15 of his 33 points in the second quarter and led
, 69-63, in a first-round game at Widener University.
Robinson helped the Green Raiders erase a 16-12 deficit and take a 37-32 lead into halftime and eventually hand the Colonials (10-1) their first loss of the season. Steve Egee added 21 points for Ridley.
Also at Widener, Jim Mower celebrated his return from a broken hand with 17 points and led
St. Joseph's Prep
to a 42-34 win over
Phila. School District Tournament.
, the host Vikings outpointed
down the stretch and edged the Railsplitters, 68-66, in an opening-round game.
Northeast outscored Lincoln in the final quarter, 20-14, and was sparked by Corey Wilkins, who went 4 for 6 from the free-throw line in the fourth quarter and scored 10 points in the game.
In other tournament games:
Samuel Everett-Bey knocked down a three-pointer and drained three of four free throws in the fourth quarter to lead
Everett-Bey paced the Mustangs with 14 points.
Terrence Bennett collected nine of his 21 points in the third quarter and boosted
Kelvin Johnson jump-started
in the third quarter by scoring 10 of his 18 points and led the Panthers past
Reading Central Catholic Tournament.
Jon DeShields exploded for 25 points and boosted
to a 72-45 semifinal win over
at Alvernia College.
Salisbury (Md.) Tournament.
Kasheef Festus dropped in seven of nine free-throw attempts and scored 19 points to lift
to the Dr. Pepper Cup title with a 69-50 win over
Bob Zanneo struck for 28 points and was named the tournament MVP after
dispatched the host Rams, 61-52, in the title game.
In the consolation game, Bryan Cohen notched 17 points and sparked
to a 51-47 win over
Stephen Juenger Tournament.
Anthony King hit a shot at the buzzer to send the game into overtime, and
in overtime, 8-7, to pick up a 53-52 semifinal win at Haverford High.
King scored 17 points for the Knights.
Wissahickon Holiday Tournament.
Alec McClure notched 16 points and the host Trojans hit
with a 27-point outburst in the final quarter to earn a 62-43 victory.
Indoor Track and Field
Over 5,000 athletes competed at the Marine Corps Holiday Classic at the Armory in Manhattan, but just one took the 800-meter run.
Khaliff Featherstone of
posted a winning time of 1 minute, 58.9 seconds to celebrate the holiday in style.