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Reporter/Times Herald Boys Basketball (Feb. 27): Wissahickon’s Compas, Archbishop Wood’s Shepherd reach 1,000 points in wins

Wissahickon's Matt Compas (2) poses with teammates to celebrate scoring his 1,000th point in the Trojans' win over Lower Moreland on Saturday, Feb. 27, 2021. (Submitted Photo).

Wissahickon 54, Lower Moreland 46 >> Wissahickon’s Matt Compas recorded his 1,000th career point as the senior scored a game-high 28 points in the Trojans’ SOL nondivision victory.

Wissahickon (11-8, (6-4 SOL Liberty) was up 26-17 at halftime and led by eight at the end of the third. Both teams scored 19 points in the fourth.

Justin Sandler had a team-high 11 points for Lower Moreland (2-7, 2-6), which lost its second straight.

Archbishop Wood 69, St. Joseph’s Prep 52 >> Daeshon Shepherd scores his 1,000th career point, Rahsool Diggins had -high 25 points and Archbishop Wood used a strong second half to stay undefeated Saturday.

Shepherd, a La Salle commit, finished with 12 points as the Vikings (9-0, 9-0 PCL) outscored St. Joseph’s Prep 43-23 after trailing 29-26 at halftime.

Marcus Randolph added 14 points while Jaylen Stinson had 13 points. Randolph (nine) and Diggins (eight) combined for 17 of Wood’s 24 third-quarter points.

JP Egan and Richard Thomas paced the Hawks (2-8, 2-7) with 14 points. Austin Hodgens had 12 points for Prep, which led 21-11 after the first quarter.

Germantown Academy 71, Penn Charter 47 >> Jordan Longino added to his Germantown Academy boys record for career points in scoring a game-high 20 as the Patriots pulled away in the fourth to win their season finale.

Longino – who surpassed Alvin Williams as GA’s top scorer Feb. 23 – was one of four Patriots in double figures. Casey Traina and Dean Millard each scored 16 points – Millard collecting 10 in the fourth – while Jake Hsu scored 15 points.

Germantown Academy (6-3) led 49-40 entering the fourth and proceeded to outscore Penn Charter 22-7.

Trey Shinholster had 19 points for the Quakers (2-2) while Mark Butler chipped in 11 points.

Longino, a Villanova commit, finishes his career with 1,763 points.

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