Pa. Boys | Lincoln edges Washington; Sayre tops GAMP

Brandon Bowes converted an extremely rare five-point play at the end of the first half and Lincoln did not let it go to waste in a 63-62 win over host Washington in a Public League boys' basketball game yesterday.

Bowes nailed a three-pointer from half-court at the end of the first half, then dropped in a pair of free throws coming from a technical foul on the Eagles to take a 32-31 lead at halftime.

Bowes accounted for 23 points for the Railsplitters.

GAMP missed three one-and-one foul shots in the final 1 minute, 39 seconds, and host Sayre escaped with a 60-59 win.

Wayne Johnson scored 17 points for the Panthers.

Dom Owens and Rob Hall each scored five points in overtime and led Paul Robeson past host Masterman, 85-81.

Owens scored 21 points and Hall added 14 points for the Huskies.

James Gregory and Zaahir Smith each notched 10 points in a decisive third quarter and sparked Math, Civics & Science to a 69-65 win over visiting Mastery Charter.

Gregory added 12 rebounds, Smith scored 14 points, and Eric Johnson collected 17 points for the Mighty Elephants, who grabbed a 51-49 lead by the end of the third quarter.

Inter-Ac. Sam Zeglinski struck for 40 points, but Germantown Academy shrugged it off and beat visiting Penn Charter, 74-71.

Kyle Griffin paced the Patriots with 21 points.

Suburban One Continental. Richard Harmon scored 14 points as Central Bucks East stunned host Souderton, 43-37.

It was the first league loss for the Indians.

Suburban One American. Andrew Young scored 12 points and Cheltenham got past host Quakertown, 49-45.

Ches-Mont. Ryan McCormick struck for 21 points and led West Chester Henderson to the league title with a 67-46 win over host Avon Grove.

It was the fourth-straight title for the Warriors.

Fred Maldonado came through with 19 points and led West Chester East to a 53-51 win over visiting Downingtown West.

Bicentennial. Jonah Moore was one of three Morrisville players in double figures and the Bulldogs beat host Christopher Dock, 52-49.

Chris Francy went 8 for 9 from the free-throw line in the fourth quarter including three that sent the game into overtime, scored 16 points to boost New Hope-Solebury past visiting Jenkintown, 51-48.

Southern Chester County. Pete Hissey picked up 17 points and sparked Unionville to a 51-49 win over host Devon Prep.

Friends Schools. Brandon Williams scored the 1,000th point of his career and Abington Friends backed him up with a 69-26 win over host Westtown.

Williams scored 14 points and reached the milestone with a layup. He now has 1,007 points for his career.

Keystone. Michael Eric accounted for 16 points and helped Church Farm hold off host Phil-Mont Christian, 58-57.

Wrestling

Pat Hitschler improved his record to 30-5 and Penn Charter picked up its first win of the season with a 48-24 nonleague victory over visiting Germantown Friends. Hitschler edged Max Hawes, 4-3, at 160 pounds.

Friends Schools. Hal Woodin needed just 16 seconds to get a pin at 135 pounds and helped Friends' Central rip visiting Abington Friends, 84-0.