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D’Entremont steps up late as Radnor halts slide

Jack D’Entremont was shut out for three quarters Saturday. But when he turned on the offense, it made all the difference for the Raiders.

D’Entremont scored all eight of his points in the fourth quarter as Radnor halted a four-game slide with a 38-34 win over Haverford.

Lew Robinson led Radnor with 11 points. Jahmir Dixon chipped in six for the Raiders (9-4, 5-3).

John Seidman led all scorers with 17 points, and Allen Cieslak connected on three 3-pointers for nine points. But the Fords (6-7, 2-6) had only four players score and were just 3-for-9 from the free throw line in dropping their fifth straight. Those setbacks are by a combined 13 points, including losses in three overtimes and two overtimes this week.

Elsewhere in the Central League:

Garnet Valley 61, Harriton 48 >> The visiting Jaguars jumped out to a 17-point lead at halftime and weren’t seriously challenged in their eighth straight win.

Carl Schaller led all scorers with 24 points. Valantis Apostolopoulos added 14 points, and Gannon McKee chipped in 10 for GV (11-1, 7-1).

Upper Darby 52, Marple Newtown 46 >> AJ Tucker and CJ Dabbs scored 12 points each as the Royals used an 18-0 run across the third and fourth quarters to pull away.

Mo Konte added 11 points, and Shareef Jones chipped in 10 points (six in the fourth quarter) for the Royals (8-5, 4-4).

Ryan Straub and Ben Davis led Marple Newtown (7-6, 4-4) with 12 points each. Joey Pettinelli added nine. The Tigers hit 11 3-pointers, with Straub canning four and Pettinelli and Davis nailing three apiece.

Conestoga 51, Penncrest 44 >> Marquis Tomlin hit one of two free throws to tie the game late in regulation, but a Lions’ attempt at the buzzer fell short and the Pioneers pulled away in the extra session.

Denzel Atkinson-Boyer scored 12 points and grabbed 13 rebounds. Tomlin paired 11 points with six boards and five assists, and Saahir Lee added 12 points for Penncrest (12-2, 6-2), which saw a nine-game winning streak halted.

Jack Liedtka led ‘Stoga with 12 points.

Lower Merion 54, Strath Haven 43 >> Robbie Guilday scored a season-high 10 points, but with leading scorer Luke Edwards held off the score sheet, the Panthers fell.

Justin Morris scored eight points, and Ibo Pio added seven for Haven (8-4, 4-4).

At the Wilmington Christian Tournament:

Chester Charter Scholars Academy 51, Wilmington Christian 49 >> Malik Cook-Stephens scored 13 points to earn the tournament’s MVP award as the Sabers claimed the title, running their winning streak to seven games.

Davon Stovall hit three 3-pointers for 11 point, and had the steal with four seconds left that clinched the win for CCSA (10-2). Tyler Howard added nine points and nine rebounds.

In nonleague action:

Chester 61, Harrisburg 54 >> Fareed Burton tallied 13 points and 10 rebounds, and Karell Watkins (17 points, 10 boards) joined him with his customary double-double as the Clippers rolled.

Zahmir Carroll added 12 points, and Akeem Taylor provided 11 for the Clippers (9-2).

Penn Wood 58, Neshaminy 51 >> Shamir Baunes had eight of his 17 points in the fourth quarter as the Patriots pulled away late. Jeremiah Flynn added 17 points, and Abdullah Dublin added 12 for Penn Wood (6-3).

Harry S. Truman 66, Delco Christian 60 >> Jackson Piotrowski scored 22 points, and Jordan Mitchell added 14, but the Knights (7-4) were outpaced by a 39-27 margin in the middle two quarters to see their three-game winning streak halted.

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