Jesse Morgan leads Olney in scoring and struck for 18 points in a Public League basketball game against visiting Washington yesterday. But his best work may have been a lonely assist.
Morgan's pass to Kadeem Patterson with 2 seconds left resulted in a layup by Patterson and the Trojans escaped with a 68-66 victory.
Patterson's layup capped a 26-19 rally by Olney in the final quarter. Patterson contributed 8 of his 13 points down the stretch and Terrance Bennett chipped in with 7 of his 19 points in the final quarter.
In other league games:
Franklin Towne Charter got 12 points from Bryan Clark and held off host Swenson, 45-44.
Kion Coats scored 29 points and Andrew Reed added 23 points as FitzSimons beat visiting Furness in double overtime, 86-83.
Coats hit a three-pointer with 16 seconds left in regulation to send the game into overtime.
Tyrone Martin scored 19 points to lead Philadelphia Electrical past visiting Bok, 69-66.
Marcus Grimes and Darren Lawrence each scored 15 points and combined for 13 points in overtime to lift Strawberry Mansion past visiting Prep Charter, 64-60.
City of Palms Tournament.
Maalik Wayns drained a free throw with 5.3 seconds left to lift Roman Catholic to a 56-55 win over Arlington County Day School (Fla.) in a first-round game.
Wayns scored 14 points while teammate Rakeem Brookins scored 16 of his 27 points in the second half.
Jonathan Coleman converted a turnover into two points with 3 seconds left and handed Radnor a 54-53 win over visiting Strath Haven.
Coleman finished the game with 23 points.
Rodney Duncan and Andrew Radomicki each scored 12 points to boost Penncrest to a 41-36 win over host Springfield (Delaware County).
Adam Ahern picked up 19 points to spark Avon Grove in a 56-51 win over visiting Downingtown West.
Mike Maciejewski scored 21 points to lead Mercy Vocational past visiting Delaware Valley Friends, 62-57.
Nick Will scored 11 of his 23 points in the first quarter and Calvary Baptist went on to beat host Calvary Christian, 47-42.
Stephen El-Gray accumulated 18 points and helped Coatesville hold off visiting Spring-Ford, 55-52.
Justin Heller's pin in the final bout of the day gave Chestnut Hill Academy a 42-36 win over visiting Roman Catholic in a nonleague match.