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Reeves, O’Hara finish strong to outlast Chi and Granberry

There was almost no stopping DaQuan Granberry Tuesday night, until Kevin Reeves found an answer.

Chichester’s Granberry posted a 40-point outing, but Cardinal O’Hara’s Reeves had the last laugh in overtime of the Lions’ 77-72 nonleague boys basketball win.

Reeves scored 16 points, including 10 in overtime, the Lions’ entire output of the extra session. Jaye’Lyn Peebles led O’Hara with 26 points in regulation, and Taseer Jones chipped in 12 for the Lions (1-2).

Ishaad Maultsby and Mike Davie added eight points each for Chichester (1-2).

In other nonleague action:

Abington 62, Archbishop Carroll 59 >> Khari Williams canned five 3-pointers to finish with 23 points, but the Patriots couldn’t quite nudge past the host Ghosts late.

A.J. Hoggard paired 10 points with seven assists, and Justin Anderson added eight points and five boards for the Patriots (2-1).

Chester 76, Newark 70 >> Jamar Sudan scored nine of his 23 points in the third quarter as Chester ratcheted up the defense to overcome a 15-point halftime deficit in Delaware.

Ahrod Carter supplied 11 of his 19 points in the second half, while Jordan Camper scored 10 points to go with seven blocks, including four in the third quarter.

Penn Wood 64, Norristown 43 >> Pernell Ghee poured in a career-high 26 points to lead the Patriots (2-0) in a rout.

Vincent Smalls and Jay Fitzgerald added eight points each.

Episcopal Academy 72, Phelps School 62 >> Nick Alikakos scored 18 points, corralled seven rebounds and dished nine assists for the Churchmen (5-1).

Conner Delaney added 17 points. Matt Dade paired 13 points with five dimes, and Kyle Virbitsky augmented his 10 points with six boards.

West Chester East 52, Interboro 50 >> Carley Jones scored 14 points and Albert Pewa added 14, but the Bucs (0-2) couldn’t hang onto a lead after three quarters.

Josh Little chipped in 12 points for Interboro.

Neshaminy 53, Glen Mills 48 >> Kenyon Cooper scored a team-high 16 points, but the Bulls (2-1) fell away from home, thanks in large part to 26 points from Chris Arcidiacono.

In the Central League:

Springfield 71, Garnet Valley 59 >> Kyle Sullivan’s career night got Springfield off to a hot league start, draining four 3-pointers for a game-high 28 points.

Kyle Long added 11 points and seven assists, while Alex DeAngelis poured in 12 points for the Cougars (2-0, 1-0).

Brandon Starr paced Garnet Valley with 18 points. Austin Laughlin chipped in 17, and Cole Palis added 14 for the Jags (2-1, 0-1).

Strath Haven 43, Upper Darby 37 >> John Harrar was the only player on either team to reach double-figures with 24 points, and the big man added seven boards to keep Strath Haven (3-0, 1-0) spotless on the season.

Magd Adelwebah and Marson Weh led the Royals with eight points apiece in their opener.

Ridley 58, Harriton 55 >> Jimmy Bramwell scored a team-high 17 points, including five in the final minutes to seal the victory.

Damir Fleming added 12 points, and Liam Thompson and Malik Young contributed 11 apiece for the Green Raiders (1-1, 1-0). Thompson put Ridley ahead for good with two free throws to make the score 55-54.

Penncrest 48, Haverford 23 >> Tyler Norwood tallied a game-high 27 points, including 13-for-14 from the free-throw line, to help the Lions (1-2, 1-0) notch their first win. Mike Mallon and Justin Ross afforded six points apiece to the Lions’ effort.

T.J. Smyth led Haverford with seven points.

Conestoga 58, Radnor 40 >> Zahir Lee scored 11 points and Mason Ressler added nine, but it wasn’t enough for the Raiders (1-2, 0-1).

Milton Robinson led Conestoga with 14 points.

Lower Merion 63, Marple Newtown 51 >> Mike May hit four triples on the way to 16 points, and Mark Dever added 10 for the Tigers (0-2, 0-1).

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