The towering duo of Jai Williams and David George proved to be too much for visiting Overbrook on Monday afternoon as Philadelphia Electrical eased to a 67-38 nonleague basketball win.

Williams, a 6-foot-8 power forward, is being courted by Penn and other Ivy League schools. He scored a game-high 15 points, grabbed 12 rebounds and blocked 4 shots. Williams, a 6-foot-9 forward, had 10 rebounds and 3 blocks to accompany his 11 points.

Jai Brown and Hakeem Baxter both chipped in with double-digit scoring efforts.

In other nonleague action, D'Andre Parmley dropped in nine of his team-high 19 points in the fourth quarter to help Swenson pull away at Masterman, 58-53. Mike Sturdivant scored a game-high 25 for the hosts.

Larry Edwards hit two three's en route to 15 points as Mastery Charter South downed visiting Science Leadership, 57-49.

Marquise Richards dropped in 17 points and Richard Lemon had 11 rebounds to help Paul Robeson edge host Palmer, 60-57.

Anthony Downing was a force for Sankofa Freedom as the visitors pulled off a 72-65 win at Mastbaum. He poured in 18 points, eight rebounds and five assists.

Behind a career-high 20 points by Shahiyd Tilghman-Bullock, Douglas easily knocked off visiting CAPA, 56-36. The senior guard knocked down two threes and was aided by the nine-rebound effort of Troy Smith.

Jamie Betencourt led a trio of high scorers as Kensington downed visiting Palumbo, 65-53. Betencourt's 16 points were aided by Anthony Brown and Elijah Ingram, who both finished with 12.

Josh Collins and DeAndre Hariot each scored 16 points to lead Roxborough over visiting Northeast, 58-49. Collins grabbed eight rebounds and Hariot nailed two threes.

Richard Hoskins finished with eight first-quarter points as Communications Tech sprinted out to an early lead before breezing past visiting Bok, 79-46.

The Phoenix led, 27-10, at the end of the opening quarter and by 34 points at halftime.

Tri-County. Shakiel Humphrey was on from long range as he drained four three-pointers to help Phelps ease past host Del-Val Friends, 66-39.