Woody Redding made two free throws with seven seconds left in overtime to give host North Catholic a 72-71 nonleague boys' basketball win over Del-Val Charter yesterday.

Del-Val Charter used a 17-12 fourth-quarter advantage to send the game into overtime, led by Rysheen Dorn's 20 points.

The Falcons (1-3) got a terrific game from 5-foot-11 guard Mike Terry, who scored 24 points and added 11 rebounds. Jaleel Mack and Redding added 12 points apiece.

Terry made all eight of his free throws, while Redding went 10 for 12 at the line.

It was the first win for new North Catholic head coach Guy Moore.

Eastern States Invitational. At Trenton Catholic, Atlantic Christian, jumped out to a 20-7 lead and coasted to a 73-59 first-round win over Penn Charter. Tom Noonan, who is committed to attend nearby Princeton University, scored 20 points to lead the Quakers.

Al Achuff Tournament. At Bishop McDevitt, Ryan Howarth led a group of four Cardinal O'Hara players in double figures as the Lions reached today's final of the tournament with a 61-53 win over International Christian.

Howarth scored 19 to lead the Lions, who also got 13 from Dan Kearney and 10 apiece from Anthony Bertolino and Tim Gillespie.

The Lions will face host Bishop McDevitt in today's championship game (6:30 p.m.).

McDevitt earned its spot with a 48-30 win over GAMP, behind Steve Dominello's 12 points.

Boardwalk Classic. In Wildwood (N.J.), Thomas Parisse's 25 points carried Lower Moreland past Philadelphia Electrical, 59-52. The key quarter for the Lions was the third, when they held a 21-13 advantage.

Girls' Basketball

At the Wildwood (N.J.) Convention Center, Lauren Ruhl's 20 points lifted Methacton in a 48-31 win over Central Bucks East in a Boardwalk Classic Bracket game. The Warriors will play Washington Township (N.J.) today.

In the Boardwalk Cup Bracket, Alex Wheatley's short jumper at the buzzer lifted Council Rock South past Holy Spirit (N.J.), 48-47, and a meeting with St. Basil tonight (9 p.m.).

St. Basil handed Williamstown its first loss, 50-27, thanks in part to 11 points from Jacqui Thompson.

Eastern States Invitational. In Trenton, Cherokee (N.J.) got 17 points from Monica Roeder in a 53-40 win over Penn Charter. Aleesha Powell led the Quakers with 16 points.

Nonleague. Stephanie Schultz's 24 points powered Pottsgrove to a 67-29 win at William Penn (York).

Indoor Track and Field

Methacton's Carlton Lavong bettered his record in the triple jump by just one inch to highlight the Philadelphia Track and Field Coaches Association Meet at Lehigh University.

Lavong's jump of 47 feet, 81/4 inches topped the mark last year he set in the event of 47-71/2.

William Tennent's Mick Coleman provided another highlight with a 14-6 in the pole vault.

In Division II, also at Lehigh, Great Valley and Wissahickon each had a pair of individual winners.

DVTFCA. In the girls' meet at Ursinus, Swenson's Shanae Bailey set a record in the 200-meter dash and Pennsbury's Sara Sargent did the same in the 3,000. Bailey's time of 25.65 and Sargent's was 10:06.93. Bailey nipped West Catholic's Michelle Davis (25.90).