Friday's Pa. roundup: Cam Reddish, Westtown win fifth straight FSL title

Cameron Reddish scored 34 points and the Westtown boys’ basketball team won its fifth straight Friends Schools League title with a 75-57 win over Shipley on Friday.

Duke recruit Cameron Reddish scored 34 points and the Westtown boys’ basketball team won its fifth straight Friends Schools League title with a 75-57 win over Shipley on Friday. Sam Sessoms had 23 points for Shipley.

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Kureese Rogers and Stavin Tukes had 17 points apiece as Frankford beat Olney, 71-64, in Bracket B of the Public League playoffs. Tukes also had 12 rebounds for the Pioneers, who will face Math, Civics and Sciences on Tuesday. Math, Civics and Sciences took down Penn Treaty, 90-59, on Friday.

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In other Bracket B action, Jamar Hamilton’s putback at the buzzer gave Mastbaum a 73-71 overtime win over Southern. Mastbaum advances to face Lincoln, which beat Strawberry Mansion by an 86-44 margin.

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William McNair Jr. and Ricardo Montereiro recorded 19 and 17 points, respectively, as Martin Luther King cruised past Mastery South, 77-42, in Bracket B play. King will play Boys’ Latin on Tuesday.

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Lakeem McAilely scored a game-high 21 points as Mastery North rolled past Dobbins, 75-36, in Bracket A action. Next up for Mastery North is Simon Gratz.

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Dymir Montague filled the stat sheet with 14 points, 10 rebounds, and 10 assists to lead Neumann-Goretti past St. Joseph’s Prep, 71-67. The Saints made 10 three-pointers.

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Garnet Valley defeated Conestoga, 53-50, thanks to Cade Brennan’s three-pointer at the buzzer. The Jaguars will play Lower Merion in the Central League semifinals on Sunday at Marple Newtown.

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Taalib Holloman netted 19 points as Abington Friends captured its second straight Quaker Cup title with a 71-54 triumph over George School.

Girls’ Basketball

Shanice Boyd notched 15 points, 17 rebounds, and 11 blocks as Parkway Northwest held off Dobbins, 57-39, in the Public League playoffs.

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Elsewhere in the Public League playoffs, Quameerah Gray’s 29 points guided Math, Civics and Sciences past Mastbaum, 53-23.

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Ziairah Grant had 23 points, seven assists, and seven steals as Motivation advanced with a 47-36 victory over Paul Robeson.

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In other Public League playoff action, Thays Torres netted 23 points in Edison’s 44-41 win over Southern.

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Emily McAteer scored with 17 seconds left to give Garnet Valley a 49-47 triumph over Conestoga. The Jaguars finished the regular season 20-2 overall and 16-0 in the Central League.

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Lauren Fortescue scored her 1,000th career point as Plymouth Whitemarsh dominated Quakertown, 71-9. The Colonials went undefeated in the Suburban One League American Conference for the second straight season.

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Abington Friends won its second straight Friends Schools League championship with a 42-24 win over Moorestown Friends. Mihjae Hayes and Kendall Hodges each had 12 points.