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The Reporter/Times Herald/Montgomery Media Local Roundup (Jan. 27th): East nips South in OT

Boys basketball
CB East 61, CB South 57, OT: Justin DiRoberto only scored 8 points, but his 3-pointer to open overtime gave East the momentum it needed on Friday night. Kyle Berndt led the Patriots with 22 points and 10 rebounds, while Jacob Cummiskey added 9 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists. South’s Flynn Carroll hit a 3-pointer with 14 seconds left which sent the game into overtime. Tyler Mienel scored 20 points to pace the Titans.

Wood 75, Monsignor and Bonner 54: Jahlil Bethea scored 17 points as the Vikings outscored their opponents in every quarter on Friday night. Josh Reed and Carsen Howard added 14 points apiece for the Vikings.

Germantown Academy 50, Episcopal Academy 41: The Patriots locked down in the second half, going on a 13-2 run in the third quarter, and held on for the Inter-AC win on Friday night. Bryce Rollerson provided the offense with 21 points, while Bryce Presley added 13.

Methacton 58, Owen J. Roberts 46: Alex Hermann led the Warriors to the PAC Liberty win on Friday night with 15 points. Evan Spang added 11 for Methacton (14-6, 8-3).

Dock 67, Renaissance Academy 35: The Pioneers won their fifth straight game to improve to 17-2 overall, 12-0 in the BAL on Friday night. Ten players scored, paced by 18 from Nathan Lapp, while Hoyt Bultje garnered 11 rebounds.

Girls basketball
Plymouth Whitemarsh 50, Quakertown 21: Abby Sharpe poured in 24 points as the Colonials won big in SOL Liberty action on Friday night. Angelina Balcer added 12 points for PW (16-2, 12-1), which will host Hatboro-Horsham on Tuesday. Kayla Sicher scored 10 points to pace Quakertown.

Upper Moreland 48, William Tennent 44: The Golden Bears trailed 28-21 at the half, but a big outing from Holly Gohl sent Upper Moreland on its way. Gohl finished with 24 points and EmmyFaith Wood added 12 for Upper Moreland. Halie Staub paced Tennent with 25 points.



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