Tues. Pa. boys' roundup: Olney stages late comeback

Down five points with just 40 seconds left in regulation, Olney rallied against its misfortune to top visiting Northeast, 68-66, on Tuesday afternoon in a Public League Division C basketball game.

Shaquior Cooper's layup with five seconds left gave the Trojans the win. Shakeem Stevens led Olney in the final frame with five points. Entering the fourth quarter, Olney trailed, 52-46.

Terrence Murray's 12 points were a team high. Keith Fletcher led Northeast with 17 points.

Richard Gaines grabbed seven rebounds, Malik Burbage dealt seven assists and Palmer cruised past visiting Parkway Northwest, 73-47.

Also in the Public League, senior forward Savon Goodman dropped in 43 points and senior point guard Daiquan Walker had 32 as Constitution rolled at Prep Charter, 101-63.

Goodman added 15 rebounds and now has 89 points over his last two games. Walker recorded 12 assists and nailed three threes.

In his first game of the season, Tyshon McBryde wasted no time to contribute as the senior forward finished with 26 points and a trio of three-pointers to help host Ben Franklin knock off Overbrook, 74-59. McBryde knocked down nine of his 10 foul shots and scored 11 points in both the second and third quarters.

Karon Keene and Ronald Nesmeth each poured in eight points in the fourth quarter as visiting Strawberry Mansion knocked off Del-Val Charter, 63-58. Keene finished with a game-high 17 points and the Knights trailed 38-35 entering the fourth.

Hakim Williams scored 14 of his game-high 27 points in the fourth quarter as Sayre pulled away at Bodine, 66-53.

Malik Paulk recorded four steals and Nafis Streeter grabbed 12 rebounds as Martin Luther King turned away visiting Mariana Bracetti, 69-34.

Ikeal Johnson's strong fourth quarter helped trigger Elverson's 41-36 win at GAMP. Johnson scored six of his game-high 11 points in the final period.

T.J. Scott came off the bench to score six points in the fourth quarter as Fels rallied to knock off visiting Germantown, 45-33. Tyree Westbrooks scored six of his eight points in the fourth.

Shahid Adams scored nine of 13 points in the first quarter as Freire Charter eased past FitzSimons, 66-42. The Dragons led, 22-8, after the opening quarter and Adams finished with eight rebounds and three steals.

Keenon Johnson and Aatif Clark both poured in six points in the opening quarter and New Media Charter rolled at Douglas, 69-57.

With a team effort in the fourth quarter, host University City held off Dobbins, 58-53. Ashandu Akbar knocked down three foul shots down the stretch and Diante Lunsford and Jahmere Baynes recorded key rebounds and steals to seal the win.

Jihad Carter knocked down a pair of threes and Deonte West grabbed eight rebounds as host Bok downed Mastery Charter South, 63-48. Sean McLean finished with a team-high 16 points.

Taylor Hankinson hit a key jumper in overtime as Science Leadership pulled away from visiting Parkway West, 70-65. Hankinson finished with 16 points. Mustapha Idriss' block at the end of regulation sent the game into OT.

Juawann Mason scored nine of his 22 points in the fourth quarter as Audenried held off visiting Masterman, 74-63. Terrell Skipper led Masterman with 20 points.

James Jefferson and Jaleel Williams' dominance of the boards helped lead to an easy 62-20 win for host Sankofa Freedom over Rush. Jefferson grabbed 11 rebounds and Williams had 10 to go along with his four blocks and three steals.

Nate Hargust scored 13 of his 23 points in the third quarter as Paul Robeson pulled away from visiting Washington, 83-72. Hargust added nine rebounds and five assists and was aided by Ahmed Doumbia's 10 rebounds and three steals.

Mike Foster grabbed 10 rebounds, poured in 13 points and Mastery Charter North eased past Palumbo, 60-43. Khalik Long grabbed eight rebounds and Myles Brooker dished out seven assists.

With the guidance of Tajhere McCall, Engineering and Science navigated past host Lincoln, 44-39. McCall scored 15 points, dished out five assists, and grabbed six rebounds.

Jamie Betancourt heated-up from outside and Kensington easily rolled at Edison, 67-41. Betancourt knocked down a trio of three's en route to a game-high 21 points.

Shahid Adams scored nine of his 11 points in the first quarter as Freire Charter raced past visiting FitzSimons, 66-42. The hosts led, 22-8, after the first quarter. Adams added eight rebounds and three steals.

Tri-County. Ezra Solway scored eight points in the first half as Barrack Hebrew held off host Woodlynde, 36-28. The forward finished with a game-high 13 points.

Suburban One. William Tennent twice rallied as it knocked off host Bensalem, 66-64, in overtime. Jack Rauchat hit a three from the corner at the buzzer to send the game in overtime and the Panthers clawed back from a four-point hole in OT to grab the win.

Before Rauchat's buzzer-beater, Bensalem's Julian Hyden converted a four-point play with 2.8 seconds left in regulation to take a three-point lead.

Ryan O'Neil's 17 points helped Central Bucks East hold off host Pennridge, 46-45.

Anthony McKie scored four of his 13 points in overtime as Plymouth Whitemarsh knocked off host Upper Dublin, 64-62. Jake Silvers turned in a game-high 21 points to lead the Colonials. 

Ches-Mont. Kenshi Kobayashi scored seven points in overtime to lead Kennett to a 68-63 win over visiting Sun Valley. Sun Valley tied the game with 7 seconds left in regulation.

Charles Copper and Mauriece Bowers had six points each in the fourth quarter as Octorara knocked off host Oxford, 70-54.

Bicentennial. Steve Kohlbrenner knocked down each of his six free throw's in overtime as Devon Prep knocked off visiting Christopher Dock, 69-66, in overtime. Kohlbrenner finished with a game-high 23 points and was aided by Nick Weis' eight offensive rebounds.

Tim Lazorko dished out seven assists, Tom Heston grabbed four steals, and host Holy Ghost Prep cruised past Springfield (Montco), 67-47.

Aiden Coughlin knocked down a pair of three' on consecutive fourth quarter possessions to help host Bristol turn away Plumstead Christian, 50-43.

Pioneer. Josh Dishman's 20 points and trio of three pointers helped Spring-Ford inch past host Perkiomen Valley, 71-67. Steve Leonard knocked down six threes for the hosts.

Scott Dennin poured in 25 points, grabbed 15 rebounds and swatted four shots as  Boyertown knocked off visiting Owen J. Roberts, 54-51.

Central. Yohanny Dalembert swatted four shots and Lower Merion cruised past Radnor, 72-35.

Zachary Yonda knocked down four three-pointer's as Conestoga turned away host Harriton, 66-61. Yonda finished with a game-high 16 points.

Eddie Hyland turned in nine rebounds and nine points to help trigger a 53-45 home win for Strath Haven over Garnet Valley.

Nonleague. Amile Jefferson's game-high 18 points helped Friends' Central knock off host Episcopal Academy, 47-43. Conrad Chambers chipped in with 11 points. Brian Metzler's six rebounds helped lead EA.

Sean Havink knocked down a pair of free throws with 10 seconds left as Cardinal O'Hara knocked off Academy Park, 57-55.

Josh Bair hit a lay-in at the buzzer to send the game into overtime as host Girard College eventually downed Calvary Christian, 68-64. Senior Tyreek Peeples knocked down nine of his 10 foul shots in the fourth quarter and overtime.

Pat Costello knocked down a three-pointer and three foul shots in the fourth quarter to help Chestnut Hill rally over visiting Germantown Friends, 42-30. The Blue Devils led by just two points before outscoring GFS, 15-5, in the fourth quarter.

Greg Dotson scored eight of his game-high 22 points in the third quarter as Germantown Academy rolled at Pennington, 68-50. Joe Taylor chipped in with six assists.

Chris McMonigle came off the bench and contributed seven boards and eight points as Archbishop Ryan rolled at nearby MaST Charter, 62-34. Christian Rivera dished out seven assists.

Brendan Kilpatrick bookended his 18 points with a five-point quarter in both the first and fourth and Malvern Prep knocked off host Salesianum, 37-34.