Kelly’s trey caps Radnor rally past Harriton

Vinnie Kelly hit a buzzer-beating three-pointer to lift Radnor to a thrilling, come-from-behind 51-48 victory over Harriton in Central League action Wednesday.

The Raiders (9-8) were down 11 points with less than three minutes left before Alex Hino took over. His free throws tied the game late, his defense wound up giving Radnor the decisive possession. It set up Kelly, who caught an inbounds pass and drilled a contested triple to give Radnor a superb road triumph.

In other Central League games:

Springfield 42, Marple Newtown 39 >> Alex D’Angelis had nine points and Cameron Fox had eight as the Cougars won a typically defensive-minded Central League game against the Tigers.

Marple Newtown, now 0-9 in the league, got 13 points from Mark Dever. Springfield was down double digits at the half, but chipped away. It hit 11 of its 12 free throws in the fourth quarter.

Strath Haven 54, Penncrest 50 >> John Harrar and Alex Ischiropoulos led the way for the Panthers, who got past the Lions.

Harrar had 21 points and Ischiropoulos had 14 – on three triples — in the effort. The Norwood’s fronted the Penncrest attack. Both Shaun and Tyler had 17 points, but Shaun did it via five three-pointers.  

Upper Darby 39, Haverford 33 >> Juwan May-Craddle had 12 points, all via the long ball, as the Royals edged the Fords.

May-Craddle hit two of his four three-pointers in the fourth quarter, which went as a 16-10 Upper Darby advantage. Jack Donaghy had 12 points to front Haverford.

Ridley 50, Conestoga 44 >> Brett Foster dropped 22 points and Julian Wing had 16 to lead the Green Raiders to victory.

Ridley (16-1) got a big rebound from Kylon Hicks late in the game to keep possession and prevent Conestoga a chance to tie. He wound up making it a two-possession game.

Lower Merion 64, Garnet Valley 58 >> Andrew Louden’s 17-point effort wasn’t enough for the Jaguars, who fell to the Aces.

Austin Laughlin added 13 points while Carl Tienabeso and Brandon Starr each had 12. Starr also hauled in 12 rebounds. Garnet Valley (9-6) cut the Lower Merion lead to two in the final minute, but the visitors hit some clutch free throws.

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