Wednesday's Pa. roundup: Germantown Friends girls' basketball beats George School at the buzzer

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Central Bucks East Gina Russo, right, drives past North Penn’s Irsia Ye, left, last season.C.B. East topped Council Rock South, 71-39, on Wednesday.

Maya Keren’s layup at the buzzer Wednesday lifted the Germantown Friends girls’ basketball team over George School, 25-23. Keren had a team-high 10 points.

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Bionna Exum hit two free throws in the final seconds as Mastbaum edged Kensington, 38-36. Exum finished the game with a team-high 10 points, five blocks and four steals. Amaiya James had nine points, seven rebounds, and five assists for the Panthers.

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Thays Torres scored a game-high 20 points as Edison sneaked past Tacony Charter, 43-42. Barbara Dussinger and Delylah Serranon each added nine points for the Owls.

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Nayyirah Neal notched 35 points as Prep Charter topped Simon Gratz, 65-57. Ruqayyah Neal added 13 points for the Huskies.

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Ziairah Grant poured in 30 points in Motivation’s 46-40 triumph over Lincoln.

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Shanice Boyd scored 24 points in Parkway Northwest’s 45-29 win over Elverson. Rahmera Leonard scored all 29 of her team’s points in a losing effort.

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Parisha Blount scored 29 points as Constitution defeated Swenson, 55-43. Alaysia McIntosh contributed 14 points for the Generals.

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Alexis Lin finished with 25 points as Central beat Palumbo, 41-34. Amber Dilks chipped in nine points for the Lancers.

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Madison Harris recorded 11 points and four blocks as Science Leadership held off School of the Future, 37-34.

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Samirra Howard-Williams scored 20 points and grabbed 20 rebounds as Audenried beat Engineering and Science, 56-40. Denijsha Wilson led the Rockets with 22 points and seven assists.

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Asia Abram and Kaniyah Scantlebury scored 17 points apiece in Overbrook’s 60-41 victory over Phila. Academy Charter School. Zakiyyah Morton-Andrews added 13 points for the Panthers.

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Becca Margolis scored 22 points in Council Rock North’s 57-50 win over Abington. Dana Bandurick contributed 17 points and 11 rebounds for the Indians.

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Khaliyah White recorded a double-double with 10 points and 10 steals to lead GAMP past Mariana Bracetti, 38-24. Jo Morrison paced the Pioneers with 19 points.

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Kait Carter finished with 19 points, 11 rebounds, and six assists in Penn Charter’s 53-31 triumph over Baldwin. Carmen Williams chipped in 10 points for the Quakers.

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Isabella Vazquez led all scorers with 19 points as Washington downed Southern, 47-27. Ireland Smith had 14 points for the Eagles.

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Quameerah Grey scored a game-high 21 points as Math, Civics and Sciences defeated Sayre, 36-32.

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Cassandra Colon scored 10 points in Mastery South’s 33-16 win over Bartram.

Boys’ Basketball

DaQuane Williams’ layup with a second remaining lifted Bishop McDevitt over Lansdale Catholic, 56-55. Williams finished with 10 points while teammates Robert Smith Jr. and Seneca Willoughby led with 12 points apiece.

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Jared Robinson hit a three-pointer with 11 seconds left to give Lower Merion a 67-66 victory over Radnor. Steve Payne recorded 23 points for the Aces.

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Nafee Wilson scored 18 points as Esperanza knocked off Edison, 59-56, in overtime for the Toros’ fifth straight win. Andres Adorno added 14 points.

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Austin Laughlin scored 28 points as Garnet Valley rolled to a 68-47 win over Strath Haven.

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Jailen Jamison scored a game-high 16 points in Phelps’ 63-53 triumph over Hill School. Carlos Palacio and Manasseh Small each contributed 12 points for the Lions.

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Nicholas Diaz put up 29 points in Washington’s 73-58 victory over Ben Franklin. Riccardo Whitfield chipped in 20 points for the Eagles.

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Mike Webb scored a game-high 31 points in Springfield (D)’s 62-42 defeat of Haverford High.

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Karee Davis-Combs notched 33 points as Mastbaum took down Kensington, 87-65. Damere Carr added 19 points for the Panthers. Naseem Jones added 15 points for the victors.

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Jorae Phillips finished with a team-high 20 points as Hill Freedman World Academy upended Maritime Academy, 61-53, in overtime.