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The Reporter/Times Herald/Montgomery Media Local Roundup (Jan. 31): Lapp sets scoring record in Dock victory

Boys Basketball

Dock Mennonite 79, Morrisville 27: Nathan Lapp set the Dock boys basketball career scoring record with his 1,143th career point in the Senior Night win on Tuesday. Fourteen Dock players scored in all as the Pioneers improved to 18-2 overall, 13-0 in BAL play.

SCH Academy 75, Germantown Academy 60: The Patriots were outscored in every quarter and dropped the Inter-AC contest on Tuesday. Bryce Rollerson led GA with 29 points, including 18 in the first half. Bryce Presley added 15 for GA.

Spring-Ford 59, Methacton 52, OT: The Warriors were outscored 9-2 in the extra session and dropped the PAC Liberty matchup on Tuesday. Matt Christian paced Methacton with 28 points, including seven 3-pointers. Jacob Nguyen led Spring-Ford with all 20 of his points in the second half.

Wissahickon 48, Quakertown 36: The Trojans used a 9-0 run at the end of the second quarter to spark them to the SOL Liberty win on Tuesday night. Wiss held Quakertown to just three buckets in the second half as its defense took over. Dom Vacchiano paced the offense with 15 points, while Earl Stout added 10. Miles Longacre paced the Panthers with 11 points.

Girls Basketball

Plymouth Whitemarsh 58, Hatboro-Horsham 26: The Colonials (17-2, 13-1) outscored the Hatters in every quarter and coasted to the SOL Liberty win on Tuesday night. Abby Sharpe led the way for PW with 25 points, while Erin Daley added 17. Kitty Randa paced the Hatters with 11 points.

Upper Moreland 49, Springfield-Montco 17: The Golden Bears jumped out to a 15-0 lead after one quarter and coasted to the SOL Freedom victory on Tuesday night. Holly Gohl was dominant for Upper Moreland with 22 points, while Alana Decker led the Spartans with 10.

Quakertown 52, Wissahickon 49, OT: The Trojans took a 28-15 lead into the half, but could not close the deal on Tuesday night. Kaitlyn McGeary led Wiss with 24 points, 8 rebounds and 3 assists. Kylie Friedman added 13 points for the Trojans.

Pennridge 47, Central Bucks East 38: Katie Yoder scored 15 of her 19 points in the second half as the Rams picked up the SOL Colonial win on Tuesday.

Upper Merion 38, Pottsgrove 33 OT: Down by five points at halftime, the Vikings rallied for the PAC win on Tuesday night. Kennedy Coles scored four of her 15 points in the extra session to pace the Vikings, while Olivia Smith and Leveyda Fuqua each added 10.

Academy of the New Church 48, Abington Friends 24: Luke Hyland and Leopold Kline won by fall as the Lions picked up the win on Tuesday.

Girls swimming
Wissahickon 100, Mount St. Joe’s 86; Wissahickon 110, Cheltenham 65: The Trojans won 9 of 12 events and came away with a pair of wins on Tuesday in a tri-meet with Cheltenham and Mount St. Joe’s. The 200 medley relay of Rachel Le, Maddie Johnson, Ava Walters and Sarah Pickel smashed the old team record and earned a District 1 qualifying time. Against the Mount, Pickel won both the 200 and 500 freestyle events, while Johnson took first in the 200 IM and 100 breast. Walters was also a winner in the 100 fly and 100 back, while Brynn Remar and Le went 1-2 in the 100 free. Against the Panthers, the Trojans swept the 200 IM with Johnson, Bernice Fu and Sydney McGinley going 1-2-3. Le and Remar were 1-2 in the 50 free, while Walters won the 100 fly. Remar was first in the 100 free, while Walters won the 100 back. Johnson finished things off with a victory in the 100 breast.

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