Kobe Bryant maintains a .837 career free-throw percentage.
At the tournament that bears his name, the St. Joseph's Prep boys' basketball team delivered a fourth-quarter shooting display on Monday afternoon that rivaled that of the 13-time NBA All-Star.
The Hawks scored all 15 of their points from the line in the final frame to defeat Parkland, 50-47, at the Kobe Bryant Holiday Boosters Classic at Lower Merion.
Chris Clover and James McGovern each scored 16 points for the Hawks, who missed just one free throw in the fourth quarter.
Benedictine Classic. Archbishop Wood defeated host Benedictine (Va.), 53-47, to take home the title. Senior forward Luke Connaghan was tabbed as tournament MVP, after averaging 26 points in the three games. Tyree Pickron grabbed 11 rebounds for the Vikings.
Pete and Jameer Nelson Holiday Classic. Fatiir Al-Ahad scored seven of his 11 points in the fourth quarter, including the go-ahead basket with 17 seconds left, to lift Cheltenham over Academy of New Church, 56-52, at Chestnut Hill College,
La Salle's Dan Corr drained five three-pointers in the Explorers' 64-42 triumph over Bartram.
Penn Wood's Addison Scott scored 12 of his game-high 22 points in the fourth quarter, and the Patriots rolled past Wissahickon, 63-45.
At Widener, Jamhil Harris' two free throws with 24 seconds left in regulation preserved West Catholic's 59-56 victory over Hodgson (Del.). Harris, who scored 10 of his 16 points in the fourth quarter, had 10 rebounds, 8 assists, and 4 steals.
Martin Luther King senior point guard Sammy Foreman filled out the stat sheet with 6 points, 11 assists, 9 rebounds, and 4 steals to guide the Golden Cougars past South Shore (N.Y), 70-47.
Ryan Daly paired 20 points with eight rebounds to help Archbishop Carroll edge Constitution, 74-71.
Chloe Burns scored a team-high 12 points to lead Springside-Chestnut Hill past Atlantic Christian (N.J.), 60-33, at the Pete and Jameer Nelson Holiday Classic at Widener.
Mo'ne Davis and Lindsay Hiner added 10 points each for the Blue Devils.
Central League. Rylee Power's 19 points, seven rebounds, and four assists powered Marple-Newtown past visiting Radnor, 51-45.