Saturday's Pa. roundup: Matt Dade's 27 points lifts Episcopal Academy boys' basketball over Girard College

Haverford School's Christian Ray exults after the Fords hit a three-pointer against Roman Catholic in the fourth quarter of the championship game of the Don McBride Classic basketball tournament Saturday, Dec. 10, 2016 at Haverford. Roman went on to win, 66-60.

Pete and Jameer Nelson Holiday Classic

Matt Dade scored a game-high 27 points Saturday as the Episcopal Academy boys’ basketball team edged Girard College, 50-49, in overtime. Alex Capitano added 14 points for the Churchmen.

Christian Ray notched a double-double with 18 points and 15 rebounds as Haverford School knocked off Academy Park, 55-43. Kharon Randolph added 15 points for the Fords.

Jhamir Brickus scored 18 points as Coatesville beat Lower Merion, 60-55.

Hakim Hart scored 21 points to lift Roman Catholic over Palmetto (Fla.), 70-63, in the Junior Orange Bowl. Allen Betrand and Lynn Greer III added 19 and 16 points, respectively.

Noah Baker scored a team-high 15 points as Spring-Ford knocked off Liberty (Wash.), 59-53. Nestor Diaz and Harrison Pierce each added 13 points for the Rams.

Nick Roggio scored 22 points to lead Central Bucks East over Beckman (Calif.), 54-39, in the KSA Holiday Classic. Kyle Cassidy added 18 points for the Patriots. Jake Reichwein added 13 points for the Bucks.

Collin MacAdams finished with 20 points in Central Bucks West’s 59-50 win over Antioch (Tenn.) in the Franklin Roads Academy Holiday Tournament.

Jymir Thompson stuffed the stat sheet with 19 points, six rebounds, five assists, and two steals as Dobbins defeated Cristo Rey, 57-50.

AJ Hoggard posted 25 points and four assists as Archbishop Carroll upended Salesianum, 65-49, in the Big Game Hoops Showcase. Keyon Butler notched a double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds for the victors.

Christian Jabbar scored 13 points as Council Rock South topped Springfield (D), 41-37, in the Big Game Hoops Showcase. Trey Irvin added 12 points for the Golden Hawks.

Arion Lewis scored a game-high 21 points as Valley Forge Military Academy defeated Dover, 51-36, in the Governor’s Challenge championship game.

Khalif Mears led all scorers with 20 points in Lincoln’s 72-49 win over Friends’ Central in the Big Game Hoops Showcase. Emeuel Charleston contributed 15 points for the Railsplitters.

Chazz Person hit six threes en route to 30 points as Masterman beat Freedom, 76-47, in the BAA Holiday Classic. Korey Stewart added 23 points for the Blue Dragons.

Tom Quarry scored 13 points in Father Judge’s 43-33 loss to Wildwood Catholic in the Boardwalk Classic.

Girls’ Basketball

Sydney Mowery scored 13 points and Sierra Potts scored 12 as Pottsgrove held off Exeter, 41-39.

Maggie O’Hare recorded 16 points in West Chester Rustin’s 55-47 victory over Penn Charter, to claim the John Carlson Memorial bracket of the Boardwalk Classic. Dakiya Daniels, Erin Gallagher, and Grace Plona all scored in double figures for the Golden Knights.

Emily Monaghen scored 17 points as Bonner-Prendergast downed Hanover (NH), 51-37, in the Carolina Invitational. Myah Garrison contributed 13 points and six rebounds for the Friars.

Abbey Shea finished with 19 points and seven rebounds in W.C. Henderson’s 47-31 victory over Steinert. Grace Ferguson added 14 points and 9 rebounds for the Warriors.

Christina Brown poured in 28 points, 11 rebounds, and five steals as Harriton rolled to a 67-30 victory over Bodine in the Plymouth Whitemarsh Tournement.

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