Sean Yoder and Jon Post combined for 52 points as the Pennridge boys basketball team needed overtime to extend its winning streak to 13 games, as the Rams survived a late rally from visiting Reading to earn a 61-59 victory Saturday.
Yoder finished with a game-high 28 points five coming in overtime as the Rams (17-2, 8-1 SOL Continental) edged the Red Knights 7-5 in the extra period. Post scored 24 points, nine collected in the fourth with another two added in OT.
Pennridge led 27-16 at halftime and was still up 11 at 42-31 entering the third but Reading outscored the Rams 23-12 in the fourth to tie the game 54-54 after 32 minutes.
Four players finished in double figures for the Red Knights — Daniel Coulter had a team-high 13 points while Jose Brea, Wes Butler and Denim Adams all recorded 12 points.
Central Bucks East 58, New Hope-Solebury 47 >> Nick Roggio finished with 15 rebounds and eight steals, Leo Masterson collected 14 points and four steals and Central Bucks East defeated host New Hope-Solebury for a third consecutive victory.
Joe Jackman finished with 11 points for the Patriots (14-6, 6-5 SOL Continental), who have won five of their last six.
Topher Taylor scored a game-high 20 points for New Hope-Solebury (12-8, 7-5 BAL Independence).
Frankford 51, Germantown Academy 48 >> Jordan Longino paced Germantown Academy with 11 points as the Patriots’ two-game win streak was snapped in the non-league matchup.
Juan Adames and Zachary Anderson both chipped in nine points for GA (11-11, 2-6 Inter-Ac).
Frankford had three players in double figures — Seydou Ndiaye and Jiair Ballard-West both scored a game-high 14 points while Yaseem Cruz-David contributed 10 points.
Phil-Mont Christian 53, Jenkintown 47 >> Lyle Tipton led all scorers with 19 points as Phil-Mont Christian knocked down nine 3-pointers in the BAL Constitution contest to claim a seventh straight win.
Michael DiBenedetto and Daniel Olinger both had 12 points for the Falcons (13-7, 8-4 division), who led 27-17 at halftime.
Trevor Brockwell scored 14 points to pace Jenkintown (5-16, 2-11), which dropped its second straight. Cade Lafferty chipped in 12 points.