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The Reporter/Times Herald/Montgomery Media Local Roundup (Dec. 3rd): PW wins West York Tournament

Girls basketball
PW 37, Delone Catholic 27: The Colonials won the West York Tournament on Saturday behind another dominating defensive effort. PW held Delone to just 2 points in the fourth quarter and coasted to the 10-point victory. Erin Daley was named the tournament’s most oustanding player, while Angelina Balcer was also named to the all-tournament team. Azzy Crumpton was also strong on Saturday with seven first-half points, while freshman AJ Avery came through with nine points. Abby Sharpe led PW in scoring with 10 points.

Upper Moreland 26, Bensalem 20: The Golden Bears went on a 10-3 spurt in the fourth quarter to pick up the win on Saturday. Mikel Lancit scored seven points to lead Upper Moreland.

Methacton 58, Harriton 44: The Warriors won their fourth consecutive Lady Warrior Classic on Saturday behind the play of Cassidy Kropp and Mairi Smtih, who combined for 31 points and were both all-tournament selections. Kropp finished with 17 points and 7 rebounds, while Smith added 14 points and 12 rebounds. Reana Torres added 15 points, all 3-pointers for Methacton (2-0).

Boys basketball
Upper Dublin 52, Souderton 39: Nate Hemsing scored 18 points and James Blair added 16 but the Indians dropped the game on Saturday in the Jim Church Classic.

CB East 66, Quakertown 49: The Patriots went on a 17-1 run after one quarter and never looked back on Saturday in the Pennridge Tip-Off Tournament. Joey Giordano paced East with 18 points.

Upper Darby 56, Methacton 51: The Warriors were outscored 23-12 in the fourth quarter and lost in the Interboro Tip-Off Tournament championship game. Sal Iemello led a balanced attack with 12 points, while Cam Chilson and Matt Christian each scored 10.

Germantown Academy 61, Wissahickon 57: The Trojans were close but didn’t have enough in a hard-fought loss in the consolation game of The Triangle Club Tip-Off Tournament on Saturday. Bryce Rollerson led GA with 25 points, while while Jaylon Williams had 25 and Earl Stout 19 to lead Wiss.


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