Spring-Ford 65, Hempfield 54 >> Tyler Scilingo headed a quartet of double-figure scorers that lifted the Rams over Hempfield in their non-league game Saturday.
Scilingo’s 17-point outing put him ahead of teammates Tre Medearis (15), Noah Baker (14) and Ryan Hagan (11). They were all key to Spring-Ford building a 31-10 halftime lead on Hempfield in advance of the visitors taking the second half, 44-34.
Methacton 58, Central Bucks West 36 >> Jeff Woodward and David Duda fell just short of matching the Bucks’ entire offensive output in the Warriors’ non-league victory.
Woodward led the way with 18 points as Duda added 17. Erik Timko chipped in with another 10 for Methacton, which was in control after taking a 15-5 lead in the first quarter.
Quakertown 55, Boyertown 51 >> The Panthers held on for victory over the Bears in their non-league contest.
Boyertown kept it close with Mason Marinello scoring 10 of his game-high 21 points in the fourth quarter. Aarick Salata chipped in with 11 for the Bears.
Scotland Campus 87, Perkiomen School 77 >> The Panthers, going toe to toe with nationally ranked Scotland Campus Sports, came up short after giving their opponents a tough game.
Early in the first half, Perkiomen had the lead before Scotland Campus’ physicality and depth started to chip away. Chris Arcidiacono scored 27 of his 34 points in the second half, netting seven 3-point field goals in the game. Tautvydas Kupstas (12 points), Niels Lane (11) and Keeshawn Kellman (10) also finished with double-figure scoring.