Mike Fowler scored 16 points to go along with Nazhir Goldston's 15 and Pottsgrove knocked off Boyertown, 51-48, in a PAC-10 matchup Wednesday night. Goldston was able to free himself in the corner to drain the game-winner with five seconds to play.
Pottsgrove (5-4) trailed by seven at the half, but outscored Boyertown 27-17 in the second half. Ryan Corcoran scored a game-high 23 points with four 3-pointers for the Bears (4-3) while Tyler Bauman contributed 12 points.
Berks Catholic 63, Daniel Boone 46: The Blazers didn't have an answer for Blue Jays' center Nana Foulland, who scored 32 points, in their Berks Conference victory.
Keyon McCutchen scored 11 points with three 3-pointers for Daniel Boone, which trailed 34-11 at the half. Levon Kelsey and Steven Sievers both added 10 points in the effort. Isaac Lutz also contributed 15 points for Berks Catholic.
Hill School 55, Lawrenceville 44: With a combined 37 points from James Fives and John Carroll, the Blues earned a Mid-Atlantic Prep League victory over the Cardinals.
Fives scored 19 along with three 3-pointers to go along with Carroll's 18 as the Hill led 28-20 at the half. Bryce Allen contributed 11 points while also shooting 8-for-8 from the free-throw line. Grant Lozoya scored a game-high 22 points for Lawrenceville.
Boyertown 63, Phoenixville 0: The Bears swept all 14 weight classes to post the PAC-10 shutout against the host Phantoms Wednesday night.
Boyertown (5-0, 14-0) solidified its high state ranking with the help of two pins, four forfeit victories, one technical fall and one major decision for big bonus points.
Garrett Mauger (120) and Chris Berry (132) recorded falls for the Bears.
At 285, Boyertown's Brody O'Connell won a 3-1 overtime decision against David Rosati.
In the last bout of the evening, the Bears' Corbin Feather (152) won a 5-3 decision against Tanner Romance. Feather made up a 3-2 deficit with an escape and reversal at 1:10 in the third period to offset a takedown by Romance.
Methacton 48, Pottstown 14: Pins by Methacton's Steven Denner, Tristan Bradley and Devin Bradley set the tone for the Warriors as they beat Pottstown in a PAC-10 match.
The Warriors won the first four bouts with Bryce Reddington, Eric Straup, Dylan Henry earning decisions before Denner pinned Pottstown's Bubba Gephart in 5:01.
Pottstown's Bryant Wise and Saddiq Ibn-Mustafah tried to rally the Trojans by winning the team's next two bouts but the Bradley brothers had pins in consecutive matches before the Warriors picked up three wins by forfeit to close out the match.
Governor Mifflin 57, Daniel Boone 15: Five pins from Dillon James (145), Jan Johnson (195), Gibriel Toure (220), Alex Centeno (106) and Allen Arentz (120) gave Mifflin the advantage as they defeated Daniel Boone in a Berks Conference match.
The Blazers, who forfeited four weight classes, earned one pin from Jeff Yohn (182) and won three decisions from Joey Yohn (138), Shayne Bookwalter (170) and Owen Powell (120).
Boyertown 58, Pottsgrove 30: Brooke Erb had a season-best 11 points and three 3-pointers while Abby Kapp chipped in with nine points as Boyertown utilized a 34-point half to keep out of reach of Pottsgrove in a PAC-10 contest on Wednesday night.
Boyertown sank seven three-pointers in the game as they stretched out a 34-14 lead after halftime into a 28-point victory.
Pottsgrove's (1-8 PAC-10, 4-10) Kyler Conrad finished with 12 points — her best effort of the season.
Central Bucks East 59, Perkiomen Valley 43: Courtney Webster scored 18 while Lindsay Nier and Katelyn Miller each added 11 as Central Bucks East dismantled Perkiomen Valley in a non-league showing on Wednesday.
CB East paved its way to a seven-point advantage entering the half. The Vikings kept it close with 16-point efforts from KT Armstrong and Julianna Hoisington but were plagued by foul trouble in the fourth. CB East sank 11-of-14 from the line in the closing minutes to come away with the victory.
Lawrenceville 61, Hill School 36: Jacquie Klotz and Janean Cuffee were hot from beyond the arc as the duo torched the Hill School for three 3-pointers each in a MAPL victory on Wednesday. Klotz and Cuffee contributed 18 and 15, respectively, while two other Lawrenceville players scored in double figures. Rachel Salter led the Hill in scoring, finishing with 10 points — 6-for-6 from the line. Chyanna Antonio finished with nine points, her highest of the 2013-2014 campaign.
Perkiomen School 48, Delaware Valley Friends 11: While Kristen Burdo was leading the offense, the Panthers' defense was putting the clamps on Delaware Valley Friends to secure a lopsided Tri-County League victory.
Burdo netted a game-high 13 points to head a Perkiomen unit that got scoring from 11 different players. The defense, in the meantime, held Del-Val scoreless in the fourth quarter and to just six points in the first half.
West-Mont Christian 40, Mercy Vocational 24: Julia Miller's 19-point outing keyed the Wings in their Tri-County League win over Mercy Vocational.
Kylie Stimson also hit double figures for West-Mont (3-6, 4-9) with 10. The locals opened a 22-14 halftime lead on their guests, expanding it to 32-20 heading into the fourth quarter.
Daniel Boone 47, Wyomissing 35: Alyssa Garner scored a career-high 22 points while Alayna Roesener grabbed 10 rebounds and had eight steals to go along with her four points as Daniel Boone put an end to their four-game losing streak with a victory over Wyomissing on Wednesday.
The Blazers utilized a third-quarter barrage to gain some ground after being up by only one heading into the half. Shelby Vanderslice and Taylor Keys got in on the scoring action for Daniel Boone, scoring eight and seven points, respectively.
Germantown Academy 116, Hill School 70: Hill standout Emily Glinecke set two team records and one pool record, but the Blues fell to powerhouse Germantown Academy in a non-league dual at the Hill pool.
Glinecke won the 200-yard IM with a team and a pool record 2:11.19, and also won the 100 breaststroke with a team record 1:05.89. The only other Hill (4-1) winner was their freestyle standout Maddison Marcheskie, who touched first in the 50 free with a 25.30.
The Patriots set a pool record in the 200 free relay, anchored by Collegeville native Natalie Dowzicky, with a 1:38.94.
Germantown Academy 103, Hill School 77: Hill standout diver Christian DeVol set a team and pool record with a score of 303.20 for six dives. The Blues boys, however, fell short against the powerful Patriots in a non-league dual at Hill.
The Hill's Chris Schiavone and Lunsford Schock certainly were up to par with the Patriots and so was the Blues' 200 medley relay. Schiavone won the 50 free with a 22.52, Schock the 100 free with a 49.34, and both swam on the Blues (3-2) winning medley relay (1:48.22).
Princeton Day 4, Hill School 3: Steven Walsh, Tyler Kang and Miguel Ojanguren-Mira all won their matches for the Blues as they fell to the Panthers in a non-league matchup.
Walsh won with scores of 11-6, 11-6, 11-2; Kang won with 11-9, 11-2, 11-5; and Oranguren-Mira 12-10, 11-5, 11-9. Nick Iofredda and Zack Freeman defeated their Hill opponents to close the match.