One thing that Audenried has not been known for in the past is basketball. But not this season.
The Warriors, playing in the Public League after a five-year hiatus because of the closing of their old school building and the building of a new one, won their seventh game of the season after beating visiting Carroll, 62-55, in a Division D game Tuesday.
That is the most wins for Audenried (3-0 league) since it went 10-9 overall, 7-7 in the league during the 2003-2004 season.
Quadir Nock scored 28 points, Juawan Mason grabbed 20 rebounds, and Lamont Bligen picked up 10 points and 17 boards for the Warriors who used a 22-14 scoring surge in the third quarter to take a 44-38 lead into the final quarter.
Fateem Brockington's free throw with six seconds left gave Del-Val Charter a 64-63 win over host Freire Charter. Brockington scored 11 points and Carnell Gray added 16 points.
Sam Kabangai's layup with two seconds left gave Science Leadership a 53-51 win over visiting Philadelphia Academy Charter. Kabangai scored 10 points and Tyler Hankinson chipped in with 14 points.
Jermaine Flowers scored 14 of his 18 points in the fourth quarter and boosted Southern past host Fels, 56-53. Flowers sank 10 of 15 free throw attempts down the stretch.
Palumbo broke a 40-40 tie by scoring 20 points in the fourth quarter and edged host Masterman, 61-56. Demetrius Davenport scored 28 points for the Griffins.
Khalik Long contributed 15 points as Mastery Charter North beat visiting Mariana Bracetti, 49-44.
Michael Bowlers scored six of his nine points in the fourth quarter and helped Lincoln beat host Northeast, 44-39.
Franklin Learning Center grabbed an 18-8 lead in the first quarter and went on to beat visiting Germantown for its first league win, 54-48. Derrick Mitchell led the Bobcats with 16 points.
Darien Walker scored 16 of his 20 points in the first half and lifted Ben Franklin to a 63-57 win over host Furness.
Josh Collins scored four of his 17 points in overtime to help Saul beat host Esperanza, 51-45.
Eugene Lett came through with five points in overtime, 10 points in the fourth quarter and 29 points overall as Randolph downed host High School of then Future, 59-53.
Rafeeq Bush notched six of his 20 points in the opening quarter and helped University City beat visiting Roxborough, 63-42.
Central. Marple Newtown rallied from a 46-43 deficit in the fourth quarter to beat visiting Radnor, 58-55. Pat McGee scored 21 points for the Tigers.
Michael Allen collected 16 points as Harriton tripped visiting Penncrest, 48-42.
Suburban One Continental. Steve Schneider struck for 18 points for Central Bucks South in a 53-52 win over host Quakertown.
Ches-Mont. JaShawn Fontanez drained four-three pointers and scored 22 points to lead Downingtown West past host Bishop Shanahan, 46-43.
Pioneer Athletic. Marcus Howell accounted for 18 points and boosted Phoenixville to a 71-69 win over host Pottstown.
Chris Stewart scored 14 of his 16 points in the first half and sparked Perkiomen Valley to a 52-47 win over visiting Methacton.
Bicentennial. Thomas Bradley scored 16 of his 16 of his 24 points in the first half and propelled Bristol to a 56-52 win over visiting Morrisville.
Godfrey Baldez dropped in 16 points and led Phil-Mont Christian to a 43-38 win over host Delco Christian.
Nonleague. John Carney converted a putback shot and Chima Nwakpuda drained a pair of free throws in the final 20 seconds to hand Shipley a 51-48 win over host Haverford School. Carney scored 14 points and Nwakpuda added 10 points.
North Catholic bowling is alive and well and residing at Archbishop Ryan.
The Raiders rolled four series of over 600 pins and shut out Father Judge in a Catholic League match at Boulevard Lanes, 4-0, to sweep the Crusaders for the first time ever in one season.
Two Ryan bowlers - John Rooney and Jim Mormando - transferred from North after the school closed last June. Rooney posted a 237 game and a 651 series while Mormando turned in a 638 series.
Also rolling over 600 for the Raiders were Chris Gatto (649) and Patrick Ball (641, 237 game). Judge also had a pair of 600 series in Adam D'Andrea (635) and Mike Mullin (633).