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Pa. Boys: Souderton buzzer-beater a backbreaker for North Penn

Souderton converted just two three-pointers against visiting North Penn last night, but the three launched by Kyle Connolly at the buzzer was enough to send the Knights home with a heartbreaking loss.

Souderton converted just two three-pointers against visiting North Penn last night, but the three launched by Kyle Connolly at the buzzer was enough to send the Knights home with a heartbreaking loss.

Connolly's three from the corner gave the Indians a 42-41 victory in a Suburban One Continental game. Connolly, a 6-foot, 3-inch junior, finished the game with 4 points while his brother, Jimmy, collected 16 points, including 14 in the second half.

Souderton trailed at halftime, 21-12, but came back to take a 28-25 lead going into the final quarter.

In another league game, Ryan Clark led a balanced Central Bucks South scoring attack with 14 points and the Titans handled visiting Hatboro-Horsham, 56-40.

South held a 22-20 lead at halftime, but broke the game open in the third quarter with a 22-6 scoring run.

Dan Lineberger led the Hatters with 18 points.

Catholic Blue.

All 12 players on Archbishop Carroll's team scored as the Patriots cruised past host Kennedy-Kenrick, 72-43.

D.J. Irving led the way with 13 points for Carroll.


Jonathan Coleman and Kyle Hamonds each dropped in 29 points and boosted Radnor past host Marple Newtown, 75-71.

Coleman scored 14 points down the stretch and converted a dunk with 14 seconds left to seal the victory for the Red Raiders.

Soutiri Sapnas paced the Tigers with 29 points.

Conestoga built a 17-7 lead over host Lower Merion in the first half and went on to beat the Aces, 33-29.

Jake Cohen led the Pioneers with 11 points.

Marvin Holman-Little scored 14 points as Penncrest edged visiting Harriton, 48-44.

Montrail Talford and George Vlahos scored 16 points each and led Upper Darby past visiting Garnet Valley, 64-53.

Nine players found the scoring column for Ridley and the Green Raiders went on to beat visiting Haverford High, 47-27.

Colin Masterson led the Green Raiders in scoring with 11 points.

Calvin Newell scored 9 of his 26 points in the final quarter and lifted Strath Haven past visiting Springfield (Delaware County), 60-36.

Suburban One American.

Chris Santos scored 18 points and helped Cheltenham hold off host Upper Merion, 58-54.

Jamil Brown picked up 14 of his 35 points in the first quarter and Upper Dublin went on to beat host Wissahickon, 63-51.

Norristown opened the second half with a 16-5 scoring run and bumped visiting Springfield (Montgomery County), 55-42.

Khalif Wyatt led the Eagles with 18 points and seven blocked shots.

Plymouth Whitemarsh sprinted to a 30-11 lead in the first half and eased past host Upper Moreland, 74-28.

Will Mascio scored 8 of his 10 points in the first half and teammate Damien Williams added 13 points for the Colonials.


Mike Bryne accounted for 8 of his 12 points in the final quarter to spark Holy Ghost Prep to a 55-51 win over host Christopher Dock.

Jenkintown used a 21-5 fourth quarter to get past host Calvary Christian, 50-43.

Jack Kinnery scored 7 of his 14 points in the fourth quarter for the Drakes.

Ryan Abel accounted for 16 points and led Lower Moreland past host MaST Charter, 65-22.

Girard College raced to a 51-13 lead in the first half and tripped host Morrisville, 80-29.

Lance Devero led the Cavaliers with 19 points.


Dimming Jones had a big first half and propelled Woodlynde to a 53-47 win over visiting West-Mont Christian.

Dimming scored 18 points, but 14 came in the first half when the Warriors were taking a 29-20 lead.


A.J. Jones collected half of his 16 points in the final quarter and helped Haverford School hold off visiting Westtown, 43-41.

Jones also grabbed 11 rebounds, including one off the missed front of a one-and-one foul by the Quakers with 7 seconds left.

Brendan McNulty scored 6 points in the final 2:30 and led Malvern Prep past visiting Salesianum (Del.), 44-39.

McNulty finished the game with 7 points and teammate Lamon Church added 14 points.

Joe Nardi struck for 22 points and helped St. Joseph's Prep get past Germantown Academy, 44-39, at Philadelphia University.

Jake Lerner scored 18 points and sparked Abington Friends to a 56-49 win over visiting New Beginnings.

Aquil Younger struck for 20 points and lifted West Catholic to a 64-57 win over host Father Judge.

Chestnut Hill Academy overcame a subpar shooting effort at the free throw line to beat host Shipley, 58-50.

The Blue Devils were 12 of 26 from the line, but got 21 points each from Pat Connaghan and Todd Cramer to overcome that deficiency.

Vince Carnevale scored all of his 10 points in the third quarter and helped Interboro beat host Tower Hill (Del.), 43-33.

Brett Nagle picked up 22 points as Friends Select dropped visiting Community Academy of Philadelphia, 54-41.

Wes Bill and Anton Popov each scored 13 points and Germantown Friends collected 17 steals in a 58-31 win over visiting Valley Forge.


Kevin Byrne earned a pin in 1 minute, 24 seconds and helped St. Joseph's Prep beat visiting Academy of the New Church, 49-24, in a nonleague match.

Jared Wenger and Brent Gagne earned pins for Penn Charter, but the Quakers were tied by visiting Germantown Friends.

Wenger pinned at 130 pounds in 3:29 and Gagne collected his pin in 4:44 at 135. Jesse Furakawa pinned for Penn Charter at 125 pounds in 5:04.


Jacob Moore picked up a pin at 112 pounds in 2:15 for Delco Christian in a 48-30 win over visiting Bristol.

Delaware Independent Schools.

Ethan Tankel pinned in 1 minute at 103 pounds and helped Westtown dispatch visiting Sanford (Del.), 72-7.