Saturday's Pa. roundup: Radnor girls' basketball rallies late to beat Conestoga

Archbishop Wood
The Archbishop Wood girls’ basketball team heads into the 2017-18 season with its highest national ranking in school history at No. 15.

The Radnor girls’ basketball team scored the final eight points of the game Saturday to come from behind and clip Conestoga, 40-39. Katie Mayock, who finished with game-high 14 points for Conestoga, missed a half-court shot at the buzzer. Ellie Mueller and Brienne Williams paced Radnor with 12 points apiece.

Upper Merion received a balance scoring attack as the Vikings edged Lower Merion, 34-32. Amya Anthony and Tymeriah Stanton each led the way with eight points for the victors.

Brady Wassel led all scorers with 24 points in Lansdale Catholic’s 61-45 triumph over Pope John Paul II. Lauren Crim added 16 points for the Crusaders.

Freshmen Kaitlyn Orihel recorded her second double-double of the season with 10 points and 10 rebounds as Archbishop Wood defeated Little Flower, 56-20.

Lucy Olsen and Abby Goodrich each had 12 points in Spring-Ford’s 52-39 victory over Cumberland Valley. Rachel Christman contributed 10 points for the Rams.

Miranda Poretta’s 13 points led Oxford past Interboro, 32-25. Hannah D’Aquanno had eight points for the victors.

Sadie Buzan recorded 13 points as Great Valley took down Chester, 50-25.

Grace Ferguson posted a double-double with a team-high 18 points and 11 rebounds as West Chester Henderson upended Penncrest, 42-30. Grace Harding scored 21 points for the Lions.

Sydney Mowery scored 16 points as Pottsgrove beat Sun Valley, 52-27. Summer Walker pitched in 11 points for the Falcons.

Eileen Piombino scored 21 points and hauled in 12 rebounds in Sacred Heart Academy’s 61-25 win over Delco Christian. Kayleigh Doyle contributed 15 points, 5 assists and 5 steals for the victors.

Sarah Huston notched a game-high 33 points in Coatesville’s 73-22 victory over West Chester East.

Council Rock North’s tenacious defense led to 24 steals in a 64-26 triumph over Wissahickon. Mackenzie Tinner led all scorers with 20 points for the Indians.

Boys’ Basketball

Jake Reichwein scored 13 points as Central Bucks West outlasted Wissahickon, 58-55, in overtime. Jack Mulhearn and Davis Zerweck had 11 and 10 points, respectively, for the Bucks. Max Rapoport scored a game-high 25 points in a losing effort.

Arashma Parks scored 15 points as Phelps upended Shipley, 72-66. Yagizhan Selcuk added 14 points for the Lions. Sam Sessoms scored a game-high 33 points for the Gators.

Damon Wall scored 22 points as Constitution topped Annapolis (Md.), 79-70. Tyree Mitchell had 16 points for the Generals.

Ahmad Bickley recorded 17 points and 9 assists as Cheltenham downed Council Rock South, 69-54. Jack Clark added 16 points for the Panthers.

David West scored 20 points, including three free throws with under a minute remaining, led William Tennent to a 59-57 victory over Quakertown.

Nick Roggio scored 17 points to lead Central Bucks East past Pennsbury, 56-41. Ben Markowitz and Leo Masterson each had 10 points for the Patriots.

Jeff Woodward had 22 points and 10 rebounds to lift Methacton over Pottsgrove, 67[BOLD][TEXT]-51. David Duda added 13 points for the Warriors.

Zach Anderson scored 15 points in Germantown Academy’s 65-50 victory over Friends’ Central. Jordan Longino contributed 14 points for the Patriots.

James Lieble finished with 15 points to lift Bensalem over Souderton, 52-42. Ward Roberts added 13 points for the Owls.

Nate Graeff scored 18points as Great Valley edged Octorara, 47-45. Liam Ward had 13 points for the victors.