There was little doubt Friday afternoon that history was in the making.
Engineering and Science dominated visiting GAMP, 66-29, in boys' basketball to give coach Charles Brown his 400th career victory. In 31 seasons, Brown is 400-287.
Jon Hall led the Engineers with 19 points, and Eric Lewis had 16.
Neumann-Goretti 85, Philadelphia Electrical 55: The host Saints, ranked No. 1 in Southeastern Pennsylvania by The Inquirer, outscored the Chargers by 49-25 in the second half. Ja'Quan Newton scored 21 points and had five assists, and Lamarr Kimble added 17 points.
St. Joseph's Prep 84, Palumbo 47: Chris Clover scored 21 points, and Kyle Thompson added 18 to lead the No. 14 Hawks to a home win.
Archbishop Ryan 58, Bensalem 38: Austin Chabot hit five three-pointers and scored 17 points to lift the host Raiders.
Penn Charter 64, Audenried 48: Sean O'Brien scored 15 points, Demetrius Isaac added 13, and the Quakers cruised at Audenried.
Plymouth Whitemarsh 71, Dobbins 49: Junior guard Andre Mitchell scored 15 of his career-high 35 points in the third quarter, as the host Patriots pulled away in the second half. Mitchell shot 12 for 19 from the floor.
Malvern Prep 69, Bonner-Prendergast 56: Joey Fitzpatrick had 22 points and 11 rebounds for visiting Malvern Prep.
Northeast 53, Franklin Learning Center 52: Desean Brown's 21 points helped the host Vikings stave off a comeback bid. Kron Snead scored 28 for Franklin Learning Center, which outscored Northeast, 31-18, in the second half.
Washington 62, Mariana Bracetti 37: Charles Brown led 10 scorers for host Washington with 11 points.
Pope John Paul II 59, Springfield (Delco) 40: James Bleming scored 15 of his 20 points in the first half, and the Golden Panthers eased to a win at Springfield.
Episcopal Academy 37, Devon Prep 26: Junior point guard Mike Jolaoso scored 21 points to pace the Churchmen. He also added four steals. Connor Martin just missed a double-double with eight points and eight rebounds.
Radnor 67, Roxborough 48: Terrance Quinn sank five three-pointers en route to 19 points, and Nick Kelly and Rashawn Reed each had 13.
CHELTENHAM TIP-OFF TOURNAMENT
Penn Wood 61, Frankford 53: Malik Jackson scored 27 points in the first half and hit seven three-pointers to lead the No. 13 Patriots.
Glen Mills 67, Holy Ghost Prep 60: Anthony Burgos powered the Bulls with 14 points and 13 rebounds. Dawine Harmon added 13 points, and Nathaniel Seawright had 10 points and eight rebounds.
Truman 79, Palmer 63: Tyquan Law erupted for 37 points to go along with seven rebounds, four assists, and three steals. Tramere Adams chipped in with 14 points and 10 rebounds.
ORELAND LIONS TOURNAMENT
Phil-Mont Christian 67, Bishop McDevitt 62: Zach Dolton poured in 28 points, including four three-pointers, to lead Phil-Mont Christian at Springfield (Montco).
Springfield (M) 54, New Foundation Charter 44: Larry Clark's 17 points paced the hosts.
PAC-10/SUBURBAN ONE CHALLENGE
Central Bucks South 64, Pottstown 51: Matt Scamufo scored 10 of his 28 points in the fourth quarter as the Titans went on a 23-5 run in the final period at Spring-Ford.
Garnet Valley 54, Kennett 47: Jack Diggory scored eight of his 13 points in the third quarter as the Jaguars used a 16-6 run to take charge.
FRIENDS SELECT TOURNAMENT
Friends Select 49, MaST Charter 38: Kris Warren scored 19 points, and Andrew Chachoutte added 16.
DELCO CHRISTIAN TOURNAMENT
Phoenixville 64, Sun Valley 59: Eric Wallace had a double-double of 14 points and 11 rebounds, and DeAndre Gavsden scored 15 points to lead the Phantoms.
SOLEBURY SCHOOL TOURNAMENT
Solebury School 54, City Center 36: Darvin Johnson scored nine of his 17 points in the second quarter as Solebury took charge. Freshman forward Malik Harvy added 15 points.
CHURCH FARM TOURNAMENT
Church Farm 64, Pottsgrove 53: Tyler Ofray scored 17 of his 23 points in the first half to spark the Griffins.
Oxford 73, Solanco 55: Ryan Hubley's 18 points and eight rebounds led the Hornets.
PENNRIDGE MEMORIAL TIP-OFF
Pennridge 65, Saucon Valley 51: Zach Muredda scored 21, and Joe Molettiere added 16. Pennridge put the game away with a 19-11 advantage in the fourth quarter.