Junior Chris Carradorini poured in all 21 of his game-high points after intermission, and Wissahickon overcame an eight-point halftime deficit to defeat host Springfield (Montco), 44-41, Tuesday night in a Suburban One American boys' basketball game.

In other Suburban One action:

Norristown won an American matchup at Upper Dublin, 65-54, behind a balanced attack spearheaded by Luke Kelley (14 points).

Mike Brown's 33 points and Zach Quattro's 21 sent Hatboro-Horsham past Souderton, 64-52, in the Continental Conference.

With Leo Vincent getting 27 points and seven steals, Bensalem blew past Neshaminy, 67-48, in the National Conference, sparked by a 30-12 edge in the first half.

Bicentennial. Junior forward Ryan Rigby converted a three-point play off a layup to put Bristol ahead, then blocked a potential game-winning shot at the buzzer to preserve a 44-42 win at Lower Moreland.

Central. B.J. Johnson scored 19 points, and Raheem Hall and Jaquan Johnson each added 13 as Lower Merion rocked visiting Penncrest, 70-42.

Ken Bartow scored 23 points and Ridley held on for a 58-56 triumph at Strath Haven.

Ches-Mont. Devon Seeney scored five of his team-high 16 points in the fourth quarter and snuffed a last-second shot by Downingtown West to preserve Bishop Shanahan's 43-42 victory in the Ches-Mont National.

Public. DeAndre Williams, a senior in his first season on the varsity, scored a career-best 30 points as Northeast thumped Audenried, 76-42, in Division C.

Gregory Mickens contributed 13 points and 10 rebounds for the Vikings, who posted their highest point total of the young season. Qaadir Nock scored 15 for Audenried.

In other Public League games:

Mike Chau put up a double-double - 20 points and 26 rebounds - as Palumbo got past host Swenson, 59-56, in Division D. D'Andre Parmley had 19 points in a losing effort.

Evan Williams scored 12 points and Shacore Taylor added 10 for Engineering & Science, which overcame a five-point deficit after three quarters to defeat visiting West Philadelphia, 33-31, in Division B.

Shaun Reed had 28 points, nine rebounds, and seven assists to help host Parkway Northwest top Parkway West, 72-50, in Division E.

Constitution won at home over Boys' Latin in Division A, 73-54, behind 6-foot-6 sophomore Ahmad Gilbert's 20 points and 15 rebounds and Kimar Williams' 14 points.

Jamie Betancourt (16 points) and Roberto Baldonado (12) boosted host Kensington to a 64-40 victory over World Communications in Division D. Marvin Bell scored 16 for the visitors.

Shahid Adams had 20 points, and Jahyde Gardner collected 13 points, eight rebounds, six steals, four assists, and three blocked shots as Friere Charter dropped visiting Dobbins, 62-48, in Division B.

Adonis Rosario (18), Blair Bowes (14), and Anthony Caruso (11) scored in double figures for Lincoln in a 56-40 triumph at Roxborough. Rosario had 11 of his points after the break as the Railsplitters broke a 20-20 halftime tie in the Division C matchup.

Shakeem Stevens scored on a three-point play with about eight seconds remaining, giving Olney a 58-56 overtime victory at Germantown in Division C. Salil Hunter had 19 points, including a three-pointer in overtime, for Germantown.

Devin Bullock dropped in 17 points and John Fieffe added 11, including a game-sealing pair of free throws with 17 seconds to play, as New Media held off visiting Bodine, 63-61, in Division E.

Khalil Williams had 24 points as Central triumphed at Bok, 63-55, in Division C.

Frankford rolled in a Division A matchup at Prep Charter, 55-46, behind Tyree Tucker's 19 points

Tri-County. Freshman Luke DeLeo's 21 points propelled host Woodlynde to a 50-28 win against Wyncote. Nadir Enlow had a game-high 24 points for the Lions.

Tri-State Christian. Sophomore guard Brady Laller sank six three-pointers and tallied 24 points to propel Christian Academy to a 68-24 romp over visiting Cumberland Christian.

Nonleague. Dan Nedbal went 7 for 12 on three-pointers en route to a game-high 23 points, and host St. Joseph's Prep downed Malvern Prep, 48-28.

Nedbal scored 14 points in the third quarter, helping the Hawks expand a 17-13 halftime lead to 40-20.

Jimmy Gordon scored eight points for Malvern.

In other nonleague action:

Mike Louden scored five of his game-high 18 points in overtime, hoisting Cardinal O'Hara over Academy Park, 72-69.

Wrestling

First-period pins by Hakim Coles (160 pounds) and Kemran Sayikov (182) sent Northeast to a 41-33, nonleague win over visiting Bishop McDevitt.

In other nonleague action, Pat Prieto pinned Kevin O'Donnel in 1 minute, 57 seconds to highlight St. Joseph's Prep's 63-16 victory at Springside Chestnut Hill.

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