Lansdale Catholic women’s basketball earns 5th straight win – PA Prep Live
Lansdale Catholic 56, Archbishop Ryan 19 >> Lansdale Catholic took a 33-7 halftime lead in the Philadelphia Catholic League contest and earned its fifth straight win on Thursday.
Lauren Edwards scored 13 points for the Crusaders (9-2, 3-0 in the league) while Gabby Casey finished with 11 points.
Norristown 58, Pottsgrove 41 >> Sudan Wray toppled a 3-point trio by scoring a game-high 23 as Norristown built a 15-point halftime lead and snapped a two-game losing streak.
Cara Douglas finished with 19 points while Ryan Morse had 10 points for the Eagles (4-12, 0-6 PAC Liberty, 2-7 Conference), who led 30-15 at the break then extended the advantage to 47-26 at the end of the third.
Aaliyah Freeman had 20 points for Pottsgrove (0-10, 0-4 PAC Frontier, 0-6 conference).
Bensalem 50, Pennridge 40 >> Pennridge led 36-30 after three quarters, but Bensalem beat the Rams 20-4 in the fourth to earn a crossover victory SOL.
Ryan Hodder had 11 points to beat Pennridge (7-8, 3-6 SOL Colonial). Bensalem (7-6, 4-6 SOL Patriot) won their second straight.
New Church Academy 66, Princeton Day School 14 >> Xola Wade finished with 19 points, eight assists, three rebounds and a steal as New Church Academy earned a non-league victory.
Arianna Frank had a double-double with 16 points and 11 rebounds while posting four steals for the Lions (6-4, 3-1 FSL). Oniya Osbourne had 15 points, four rebounds, three blocks and an assist.
Mennonite Pier 62, Morrisville 40 >> Vaughn Martin gave Dock Mennonite a defensive spark off the bench as the Pioneers (14-2, 10-0 BAL Independence) retired with a 24-10 fourth quarter to earn their fourth straight win.
Methactone 55, Pope John Paul II 51 >> Cole Hargrove had a record 21 points as Methacton trailed by one point entering the fourth but edged Pope John Paul II 20-15 in the final eight minutes to remain unbeaten.
Brett Byrne scored 13 points for the Warriors (14-0, 5-0 PAC Liberty, 8-0 Conference), who won the second quarter 23-9 to hold a 31-22 halftime lead. The Golden Panthers (10-4, 5-1 PAC Liberty, 6-3 conference) responded, however, by beating Methacton 14-4 in the third to come back 36-35.
Kevin Green’s 12 points led PJP II, which went on a four-game winning streak. Jaden Workman added 11 points.
Norristown 63, Pottsgrove 55 >> Zaki Gomez scored three 3-pointers while leading Norristown with 17 points as the Eagles took a 23-11 lead after one quarter and earned a PAC victory.
Myon Kirlew had 11 points while DJ Johnson had 10 points for Norristown (10-5, 2-3 PAC Liberty, 5-3 conference), which has won four of its last five.
Gabe Rinda scored a game-high 18 points while Nadhir Ward added 10 points for the Falcons (7-8, 2-3 PAC Frontier, 2-6 conference).
Spring-Ford 43, Upper Merion 37 >> Kalil Lawson beat Upper Merion with 13 points as the Vikings (6-6, 4-1 PAC Frontier, 4-4 Conference) saw their winning streak snapped by visiting Spring-Ford.
Gavin Schauder had a game-high 15 points for the Rams (8-4, 2-2 PAC Liberty, 4-3 conference), who led 19-14 at halftime and then 29-21 after three quarters.
Bristol 41, Jenkintown 38 >> Bristol edged Jenkintown 12-9 after the teams entered the fourth quarter tied at 29 to win the BAL game.
Jake Hilton had 14 points to beat the Drakes (3-8, 3-4 BAL Presidents), who have lost three straight. Nick Lochel led Bristol (8-6, 6-4 BAL Independence) with 14 points while Shaquille Grimes added 10 points.
Central Bucks East 71, Pennsbury 69 >> 3-point Pennsbury’s Aidan McCormack sent the SOL crossover into overtime, but Central Bucks East edged the host Falcons 11-9 in the extra period to earn their second straight victory.
Aidan Weaver knocked down four 3-pointers for a team-high 14 points and also grabbed six rebounds for the Patriots (10-5, 6-4 SOL Colonial), who led 46-39 after three quarters but lost. were outscored 21-14 by Pennsbury in fourth (7-3, 5-3 SOL Freedom).
Jacob Cummiskey had 13 points for East while Nick Rivera had six points, five rebounds and four assists.
Teddy Mangan scored a game-high 23 for the Falcons, who lost their second straight. McCormack had 20 points while Ty Kocak had 18 points.