The 1-2 scoring punch of Sam Devan with 16 points and Zachary Yonda with 13 carried Conestoga boys' basketball coach Mike Troy to his 200th career victory on Thursday night, a 58-46 Central League success against visiting Ridley.
Public. Jorge Quinones pulled up at the foul line for a jump shot with 2 seconds remaining, and the shot connected to give Mariana Bracetti its first win, 61-60, at World Communications. Quinones finished with 12 points as one of four Bracetti players in double figures, including Luis Cirillo with 18, and Ed Booker and Malik Jackson-Wallace with 10 each.
World was led by Aaron Searight's 30 points and nine rebounds, and Fa'Teem Glenn's 11 points, eight rebounds and seven assists.
Jalil Myers gave Imhotep Charter three key baskets and a 63-62 overtime thriller against visiting Math, Civics & Sciences. Myers tied the game in regulation with a layup at the buzzer, and hit two-put-back shots in OT, including the winner with 15 seconds to go.
Sankofa Freedom's Luis Martinez poured in seven three-point baskets as part of a 28-point performance that dominated a 71-57 win at High School of the Future. Future's Donique Moore netted 22 points.
Del-Val Charter's Richard Burton turned an apparent air-ball on a teammate's three-point shot into a putback basket with 3.2 seconds left to beat host Fels, 42-41. Fels had taken a 41-40 lead on a P.J. Scott foul shot.
Ridley's Sam Foy hit a basket with 6 seconds left, boosting the Green Raiders past visiting Conestoga, 34-32, in the Central League. Michelle Rhine added 13 rebounds and 16 points with 10-for-10 foul shooting.
Bicentennial. Kereece Seuren and Laura Swintoski combined for 19 rebounds while dominating the middle for Christopher Dock in a 36-25 win at Springfield (Montco). Seuren finished with 16 points and nine boards.
Ches-Mont. Kennett rallied from a six-point deficit in the fourth quarter with seven points by Stephanie Maciag and a key three-pointer by Krissy Gallivan to beat visiting Bishop Shanahan, 42-37.
Inter-Ac. Notre Dame's 50-42 win over visiting Episcopal Academy featured Megan McGurk's 18 points, eight assists and six rebounds, and Kathleen Fitzpatrick's 15 points and five boards.