Pa. boys and girls: Ryan tops Radnor in quadruple OT
The Archbishop Ryan girls' basketball players probably were late for dinner on Saturday. If they were, it was excusable, as the Ragdolls were busy defeating Radnor, 68-65, in quadruple overtime in the George Betz Memorial Bracket of the Boardwalk Classic.
The Archbishop Ryan girls' basketball players probably were late for dinner on Saturday.
If they were, it was excusable, as the Ragdolls were busy defeating Radnor, 68-65, in quadruple overtime in the George Betz Memorial Bracket of the Boardwalk Classic.
The ride home from the Wildwoods Convention Center was a little sweeter for Archbishop Ryan guard Megan McLaughlin. The junior hit a three-pointer from the corner with seven ticks left on the clock, lifting her team to a victory.
McLaughlin scored 12 points, with 10 coming in the overtime periods. Monee Moore led the team in scoring with 16 points.
The Ragdolls will take on Atlantic City for the championship on Sunday at 2:15 p.m.
Greg Wenclawiak may not have scored much in the first three quarters of MaST Charter's 57-54 win over Wildwood, but in the fourth quarter, he erupted.
The junior scored 10 of his 13 points in the fourth quarter of the Boardwalk Classic Bernie McCraken Memorial Bracket matchup at the Wildwoods Convention Center.
Wenclawiak's most important basket came with 1 minute, 45 seconds left when he made a shot that gave MaST the lead for good. Shane Henehan scored 13 points and added five rebounds.
Elsewhere at the Boardwalk Classic, Jabril Garner-Nicholson and Nasair Powell each scored 10 points as Boys' Latin cruised by Cape May Tech, 78-20. Powell also grabbed seven rebounds and dished out three assists.
Anthony Piscopo, a three-time Catholic League champion, has committed to wrestle at Columbia. A defensive end in football, the 5-foot-11, 215-pound senior helped the Explorers win the league crown this season.