It was a big day at Lehigh University for the Central Bucks West indoor track and field team Thursday.

Rashaad Williams, who rushed for more than 2,000 yards and sparked the Bucks to their best football season in years, is no slouch on the track, either. Williams posted a time of 7.21 seconds to win the 60-meter dash to highlight the Track and Field Coaches Association Division I meet, one of five individual winners for West.

Providing the highlight in the Division II meet was Strath Haven's Chris Williams who set a meet and school record in the 60-meter hurdles with a winning time of 8.16 seconds. It also stands as the best time in the state this season.

Also standing out for West was Mike May, who posted a winning time of 23.67 seconds in the 200-meter dash. Connor Manley then completed a sweep of the dashes by taking the 400-meter dash in 52.19 seconds.

Matt Garvey continued the onslaught by winning the 800-meter run with a time of 2 minutes, 1.10 seconds, and Matt Bee won the mile in 4:35.54, the 4x200-meter relay was third in 1:37.60, Jon Letts was third in the high jump with a leap of 5-10 and Corey Smith was third in the pole vault, clearing the bar at 11 feet.

In the Delaware Valley Girls Track Coaches Association meet at Lehigh on Wednesday, Abington hurdler Leah Nugent blistered the track with a winning time of 8.89 seconds and posted the second-fastest time in the 60-meter dash in the nation this season.

Boys' Basketball

Brandon Hashim knocked down a jumper from the free-throw line at the buzzer and gave Upper Darby a 48-47 win over host Lower Merion in a Central League game. Hashim finished the game with 13 points.

Bicentennial. Tyreek Peoples scored eight of his 19 points in overtime and handed Girard College a 52-46 win over visiting Plumstead Christian.

Max Drake hit a shot for Plumstead Christian with 6.8 left in regulation to send the game into overtime.

Nonleague. Eric Fleming scored 15 of his 19 points in the second half and gave Archbishop Ryan a come-from-behind 45-40 win over visiting Ridley.

Darian McFadden collected 14 points and helped Abington beat visiting Central Bucks South, 63-58.

Girls' Basketball

Notre Dame could not miss from beyond the arc and beat visiting Villa Maria with an assortment of long-distance shots.

The Irish dropped in eight-three pointers and beat visiting Villa Maria, 54-50, in a nonleague basketball game.

Kathleen Fitzpatrick nailed four three-pointers and scored 15 points while Megan McGurk added 18 points.

Brooke Angelos scored a game-high 20 points for the Hurricanes.

Morgan Cullen helped Bristol break a tie in the fourth quarter and led the Warriors past host Friends Select, 35-27.

Cullen contributed seven of her 12 points down the stretch when Bristol broke a 25-25 tie.

Jackie Thompson was perfect on six free throws in the fourth quarter and scored 13 points to lead St. Basil to a 51-41 win over visiting St. Hubert.

Thompson's efforts down the stretch helped the Panthers outscore the Bambis, 18-15. She finished the game with 12 rebounds and four assists and helped St. Basil convert 15 of 20 free-throw attempts.

Mary Jo Horgan accumulated 17 points for Mount St. Joseph in a 46-27 win over visiting Delco Christian.

Shaquita Williams poured in 20 points to lift High School of the Future to a 60-39 win over visiting Mastery Charter. It was the third win of the season for the Firebirds, who won three games all of last season.

Central. Kelsi Chazin and Nicole Ward each scored 11 points and sparked Springfield (Delaware County) to a 48-33 win over host Harriton.

Chandler Lally struck for 19 points and 17 rebounds as Radnor eased past host Penncrest, 58-33.

Hannah Rose Nussbaum added 19 points and seven steals, both career highs, for the Red Raiders.

Commitments

Council Rock junior Jake Drossner has agreed to continue his baseball career at the University of Maryland.

Drossner throws 84 to 87 miles per hour.

North Penn catcher Craig Lepre has signed with the University of Albany.

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