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Pa. Boys: Late putback helps Gratz beat Vaux

Andrew Moye was in the right place at the right time for Simon Gratz in a nonleague basketball game Tuesday.

Andrew Moye was in the right place at the right time for Simon Gratz in a nonleague basketball game Tuesday.

Moye put a missed free throw back into a basket with 15 seconds left and the Bulldogs held on to beat visiting Vaux, 49-47.

Gratz (2-0) came back from a 38-29 third-quarter deficit to tie the game, 47-47. With 15 seconds left, Tyrek Gary shot the front end of a one-and-one, but the ball missed the mark. Moye's basket capped a 20-9 scoring fourth-quarter scoring run for the Bulldogs.

Anthony Sam dropped in 17 points and sparked Bishop Shanahan to a 68-63 win over visiting Academy Park.

Alonzo Carmelo paced a balanced Overbrook offense with 13 points and 10 rebounds and the Panthers went on to beat visiting Paul Robeson, 59-51.

Leibel Greenberg collected 17 points and boosted Kohelet Yeshiva to a 53-45 win over visiting Pennsylvania School for the Deaf.

Malik Garner scored 26 points as Chestnut Hill Academy beat visiting Valley Forge, 59-50.

Steve Kohlbrenner, who scored 19 points, hit a pair of threes over that stretch and Kyle Koehler nailed a trio of threes, finishing with 18 points.

Jack Kinniry missed only one of seven shots from the field and scored 13 points to lead Jenkintown past host New Hope-Solebury, 38-29.

Billy Dahm struck for 23 points and helped Springfield (Montgomery County) beat visiting Bristol, 65-55.

Lamont McLaurin accounted for 12 points and Cheltenham beat visiting Souderton, 57-47.

P.J. Gallo chipped in with 16 points and helped Council Rock South beat host Conwell-Egan, 50-40.

Reggie Charles dropped in 17 points for Father Judge in a 70-59 win over host Central Bucks South.

Malik Starks scored 31 points to give Olney a 59-48 win over Sayre and Trojans coach Jermaine Snell his first career victory.

Keith Richardson recorded a triple-double with 17 points, 11 rebounds, and 10 assists and led Washington past visiting FitzSimons, 69-58.

Public. Lijah Lewis scored 14 points as Roxborough got past host Furness, 35-33, in a Division B game.

In other Division B games:

University City used a 19-13 fourth quarter and 15 points from Diante Lunsford to beat visiting Franklin Learning Center, 48-42.

Maurice Watson notched 11 of his 33 points down the stretch and boosted Boys' Latin past host West Philadelphia, 74-68.

Eric Cottman came through with 25 points and lifted Mastery Charter South to a 57-50 win over host Mastbaum.

Darien Walker converted 10 of 12 free-throw attempts, including 5 of 6 in the final quarter, and scored 19 points to lead Ben Franklin past visiting Swenson, 51-44.

Central. Pierre Charles scored 13 points and Conor Walsh drained three free throws late in the fourth quarter to give Haverford High a 41-39 win over visiting Radnor.

Ian Campbell drained four-three pointers and scored 20 points to lead Penncrest past host Conestoga, 44-37.

Marquis Baker scored eight of his 15 points in the first quarter and sparked Harriton to a 54-43 win over host Garnet Valley.

Pioneer Athletic. Spring-Ford got 17 points from Steve Joyce and beat host Boyertown, 63-57.

Billy Malescio notched 20 points as Pope John Paul II (3-0) remained undefeated with a 55-45 win over visiting Phoenixville.


Steve Miller pinned in 42 seconds at 152 pounds and helped Penn Charter beat visiting Academy of the New Church, 45-24, in a nonleague match.

Jordan Bang recorded a pin in 39 seconds at 103 pounds to clinch Chestnut Hill Academy's 39-27 win over host Germantown Friends.

Chris Dibble picked up a 5-3 decision at 285 pounds for Haverford School in a 54-19 win over host St. Joseph's Prep.