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Chambers lights it up from outside, Episcopal wins

Colin Chambers hit all six of his field goals from beyond the three-point arc to help Episcopal Academy get off to a big lead then cruise past Shipley School 68-47 Friday in an Inter-Ac League contest.

Malcolm Folk added 15 points for the Churchmen, who bolted to a 20-9 lead after one quarter and never lost a dominant edge the rest of the way. Sam Malloy added seven points.

In other nonleague games:

Radnor 63, Palumbo 47 >> Lewis Robinson stood tall for 30 points and Jack D’Entremont added 16 points to do the bulk of the damage for the Raiders. Ibrahim Kane scored nine points to lead Palumbo Academy.

Marple Newtown 60, Neshaminy 49 >> Ben Davis had seven of his team-high 17 points in the first quarter, and Joey Pettinelli added 11 points as the Tigers got off to a winning star.

Upper Darby 46, Council Rock South 44 >> Mo Kante scored 13 points, and Shareef Jones added 12 points as the Royals opened with a win.

In the Don McBride Classic:

Haverford School 69, Engineering and Science 26 >> Jameel Brown drilled a trio of three pointers en route to a 20-point outing that led all scorers and boosted the Fords to an easy victory. Matt McKenna scored nine points while Zack Genther added six for the Fords.

In the Sun Valley Tip-Off:

Haverford 64, Interboro 16 >> John Seidman scored 15 of his 19 points in the first quarter, didn’t play in the last quarter and still led all scorers as the Fords ran away with the victory at the Sun Valley tournament.

Adam Stuck scored seven points for Haverford, which plays Sun Valley in Saturday final.

DeShawn DiEmidio led Interboro with eight points.

Sun Valley 49, Motivation 32 >> Billy Fisher went off for a career-best 24 points to lead the Vanguards into the championship game. Kenny Lazer added nine points for the Sun Valley, which held Motivation to six points in the first half, amassing a 17-point lead.

At the Delco Christian Tip-Off:

Delco Christian 49, Atlantic Christian 42 >> Jackson Piotrowski scored 11 points, and Jordan Mitchell added 10 as the Knights advanced to Saturday’s title game. Obinna Nwobodo chipped in nine points, six rebounds and three steals.

Norfolk Christian 53, Christian Academy 52 >> Grant Sareyka scored 19 points and Jourdan Greene added 14 points and 10 rebounds, but TCA was nipped.



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