One of the nation's top uncommitted basketball stars showed again Monday why he has been so highly recruited.
Vaux's Rysheed Jordan filled out the stat sheet in a 78-67 win over visiting Communications Tech in a Public League Division A game.
Jordan, a 6-foot-3 senior guard who is considering Temple and visited UCLA recently, had 22 points, 14 rebounds and 5 assists.
Sammy Foreman added 15 points for Vaux, which led throughout. Keith Fletcher chipped in with 11 points, and Lester Mattox had 10. David Johnson's 20 points led Communications Tech.
Public B. Shahid Adams scored 10 of his 20 points in the fourth quarter as Freire Charter fended off the comeback attempt of host Strawberry Mansion, 60-56. Jahyde Gardner scored a game-high 23 for Freire.
Strawberry Mansion, which was led by Brandon Jiles' 17 points, cut the lead to four points late but could not get closer.
Nonleague. Masterman senior Mike Sturdivant set a school scoring record early in a 61-55 loss to host Palumbo.
Sturdivant, who scored 30 points, eclipsed the career mark of 1,187 set by Shawn Munford between 1994 and 1997.
Kenyatta Long hit a running layup with three seconds remaining to keep Bishop McDevitt unbeaten with a 54-53 victory over visiting Esperanza. Tyrell Long came close to a triple-double with 26 points, nine rebounds and seven blocks. Tyreek Fairfax added 11 points and six steals.
Nick Lindner returned from a wrist injury to dish out 11 assists in Germantown Academy's 85-44 win over visiting Perkiomen School.
Junior Jordan Watson scored 19 points and six rebounds as Springside Chestnut Hill won, 59-49, at Germantown Friends.
Friends Schools. Peyton Johnson's 14 points led a balanced effort for host Academy of the New Church in a 54-35 defeat of the George School. Sekou Kaba led the George School with 16 points.
Tri-County. Barrack Hebrew broke open a one-point game after the first quarter with a 25-6 run over the next two periods en route to a 46-18 win over visiting Kimberton Waldorf. Elliot Bernstein's 12 points led the way.
Penn-Jersey. Senior guard Davis Graham scored 22 of his 24 points in the second half to rally Doane Academy over visiting International Christian, 54-48.
Bicentennial Independence. Sophomore forward Spencer Tinkel was hot early, scoring 21 of his game-high 26 points in the first half to lead New Hope-Solebury to a 69-38 win over visiting MaST Charter. Tinkel also had 11 rebounds.