Marcellus Johnson beat the buzzer and helped Kensington beat visiting Mastbaum, 40-39, in a nonleague basketball game Monday.

Johnson converted his biggest rebound of the game into the winning basket just before the horn sounded to allow the Tigers (2-0) to remain undefeated.

Johnson, who grabbed 13 rebounds, dropped in half of his 18 points down the stretch when Kensington outscored the Panthers, 17-10.

Eric Jarvis and Stanley Whittaker paced Mastbaum with nine points each.

Northeast shut out visiting Roxborough in the second quarter and beat the Indians, 49-46, for its first win of the season.

Joe Patriarca knocked down the last of his four-three pointers with 14 seconds left and boosted the Vikings to victory. He finished the game with 14 points.

Lijah Lewis led Roxborough with 12 points.

Marquise Richards collected 11 of his 25 points in the fourth quarter and lifted Paul Robeson to a 60-55 win over host Ben Franklin.

Darien Walker scored 23 points for the Electrons.

Lower Moreland outpointed host Bishop McDevitt in the final quarter, 18-12, and shaded the Lancers, 59-53.

Ryan Abel scored 17 points and Shaun Levine chipped in with 16 points for the Lions who were 12 for 17 from the free throw line.

Markeise Chandler scored eight of his 18 points in the second quarter for McDevitt.

Tyler Juchno converted 3 of 4 free throws in overtime and Holy Ghost Prep downed visiting Bensalem, 40-33.

Juchno finished the game with 11 points.

La Salle jumped out to a 29-12 lead in the first half and cruised past host Germantown, 62-50.

Eddie Mitchell scored 19 points for the Explorers.

Kevin Rafferty and Brendan Kilpatrick checked in with 19 points each and sparked Malvern Prep to a 63-47 win over visiting Philadelphia Electrical.

Rafferty contributed eight rebounds and four blocked shots, while Kilpatrick pulled down 12 rebounds.

Tony Parker accounted for a game-high 18 points and led Communications Tech to a 65-46 win over host Cardinal O'Hara.

Palumbo got a school-record 31 points from Demetrius Davenport and downed visiting Sayre, 63-39.

Davenport broke the record of 25 points scored last season by Devin Uqdah after dropping in a trio of three pointers and scoring 11 points each in the third and fourth quarters.

Jamil Hines scored 19 points to help Philadelphia Academy Charter beat visiting Community Academy of Philadelphia.

Mike Sturdivant poured in 25 points for Masterman in an 82-49 win over visiting Douglas.

Taylor Wright picked up 20 points as Episcopal Academy tripped host Delco Christian, 78-39.

Cordell Long came through with 24 points and helped lift Church Farm to an 81-41 win over visiting Perkiomen School.

Tri-County. Jason Clayton accounted for 23 points and led Marcy Vocational past host Kimberton Waldorf, 62-58, for its first win of the season.

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