Quamier Johnson outdueled Mike Jolaoso down the stretch Tuesday to lead Shipley to a 58-54 overtime win over visiting Episcopal Academy in a nonleague basketball game.

Johnson scored 17 of Shipley's points in the fourth quarter and overtime. The Gators trailed by three after the third quarter. Johnson finished with 27 points.

Jolaoso had 13 of his 24 points in the fourth quarter and overtime and made 5 of 6 free throws in the extra session.

In other nonleague play:

Xzavier Malone hit 11 of 12 free throws and scored 20 points in Plymouth Whitemarsh's 70-47 win over visiting North Penn. Malone also had eight rebounds, three assists, and three steals.

Julian Johnson scored 15 of his 19 points in the fourth quarter and had five steals and three assists in Penn Charter's 66-53 win at Abington Friends.

Jonathan Lawton had 29 points and six assists and De'Andre Hunter added 14 points 10 boards, and 3 blocks for Friends' Central, which beat visiting International Christian, 84-62.

Benjie Mizrachi had four steals to go with his 10 points in Barrack Hebrew's 42-37 win over City Center.

Justin O'Neil hit three threes in an 11-point third quarter and had 21 points in Central Bucks East's 57-49 win at Upper Dublin.

Josh Warren scored 12 of his 19 points in the second half in Downingtown West's 58-47 win at West Chester Rustin.

Andrew Aldridge paced Germantown Friends with 19 points and grabbed five rebounds in a 60-34 win at Mercy Vocational.

Team Taggart Classic. Ryan McTamney knocked down three threes in the fourth quarter to hold off a Germantown Academy comeback attempt in La Salle's 58-44 win at Cabrini College.

Central. Nick Giordano scored 12 points in the second quarter and finished with 31 points in Marple Newtown's 71-59 home win against Garnet Valley.

Kahleel Henry scored 11 of his 14 points in a second quarter that Upper Darby outscored Radnor, 25-5, on the way to a 55-37 road win.

Andrew Diehl and Martin Dorsey each scored 15 points in Conestoga's 49-34 win at Springfield (Delco.).

Brett Foster drained three threes in the fourth quarter and Ridley held off host Strath Haven, 61-48.

Pioneer Liberty. Tyler Krause hit 9 of 11 free throws en route to 19 points in Perkiomen Valley's 52-41 win over visiting Owen J. Roberts.

Public League B. Khyre Bilal had six of his 18 points in the fourth quarter and grabbed seven rebounds in Central's 51-45 home win over Bartram.

Umar Saaba and Zafir Smith each scored eight points in the fourth quarter of Boys' Latin's 61-43 home win against Freire Charter.

Charles Brown had 17 points and five steals in Washington's 55-45 win at Engineering and Science.

Joseph Burnett scored six of his 13 points in a 35-point first quarter in Simon Gratz's 58-32 win at Olney.

Public League C. Daevon Ravenell knocked down three three-pointers in the first quarter and scored 22 points in Overbrook's 68-42 home win over Franklin Learning Center.

Nasim Wright and Rahim White each scored six points in the fourth quarter of Audenried's 67-58 win at Prep Charter.

Musa Harrison had eight of his 18 points in the fourth quarter and had 10 rebounds to fuel Robeson's 68-64 comeback win against visiting Lincoln.

Haneef Herring made a go-ahead layup with two minutes left and host West Philadelphia held on to top Strawberry Mansion, 49-48.

Public League D. Vernell Nelson had four blocks and 12 rebounds to help Kensington beat visiting Mastbaum, 54-39.

Jamir Coleman, who finished with 22 points, hit a go-ahead three in the final two minutes in KIPP DuBois' 67-65 win at Mastery South.

Jizereese Thomas scored 29 points and grabbed 17 rebounds as New Media Charter's rallied past visiting Bodine, 71-64.

Pop Myers had 17 points, 11 rebounds, and 5 steals in World Communication's 68-57 win at Palumbo.

Walter Smith and Jovan Hammond scored 15 of Roxborough's 17 points over two overtime periods in a 68-63 win against visiting Edison.

Public League E. Jesse Turkson had 14 rebounds, 6 assists, 2 steals, and 5 blocks in addition to his 26 points in Masterman's 75-49 win at Maritime Academy.

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