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The Reporter/Times Herald/Montgomery Media Local Roundup (Jan. 6): Germantown Academy gets better of Episcopal Academy

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Germantown Academy 70, Episcopal Academy 59: The Patriots led 42-38 entering the fourth quarter before Bryce Rollerson got cooking, scoring 11 of his game-high 23 points. Rollerson sparked the Patriots to a 28-19 fourth-quarter run and an Inter-AC win. Flinn Brooks added 15 points, all on 3-pointers, and Bryce Presley chipped in with 10 for GA.

Archbishop Carroll 66, Archbishop Wood 61: The Patriots took a 34-23 lead into the half and held on for the PCL win on Friday night. Dean Coleman-Newsome led the way for Carroll with 21 points. Wood was paced by 16 points from each Jahlil Bethea, Milan Dean and Josh Reed.

Central Bucks East 60, Bensalem 57: Jake Cummiskey hit 4-of-4 free throws in the final 27 seconds and the Patriots escaped with the SOL crossover win on Friday night. Cummiskey finished the night with 17 points, while Joey Giordano added 10 points and 6 assists. Kyle Berndt also chipped in with 11 points for CB East.

Wissahickon 64, Upper Moreland 57: The Trojans got a much-needed SOL crossover win on Friday night behind 22 points from Earl Stout. Also contributing for the Trojans were 12 points from Dom Vacchiano, 12 from Jaylon Williams and 10 from Brayden Ryan. Jonathan Clark led Upper Moreland with 20 points.

Dock Mennonite 67, Bristol 46: Zach Neff scored 14 points as the Pioneers rolled to the BAL win, improving to 11-1 overall on the season. Hoyt Bultje added 10 points and 11 rebounds, while Tony Martin had 11 markers to pace the Pioneers.

Girls Basketball
Souderton 47, Truman 18: The Indians opened the game with a 19-1 run and cruised to the SOL crossover win on Friday night. It was a balanced attack led by 15 points, 5 rebounds and 6 assists from Casey Harter. Grace McDonough added 4 points, 7 rebounds and 3 blocks, while Rahela Dolha and Alaina Picard scored their first varsity points.

Upper Moreland 54, Wissahickon 36: Emmy Faith Wood and Holly Gohl each scored 14 points as the Golden Bears used a 15-5 second-quarter run to take control of the contest on Tuesday night. Kylie Friedman scored 12 and Kaitlyn McGeary added 11 for Wiss.

Girls Swimming
Souderton 98, Central Bucks South 80: Jessica Burns won the 200 IM in 2:12.38 and was also a member of the winning 200 medley relay in 2:00 as the Indians (6-2, 2-0) raced to victory on Friday. Burns hooked up with Caroline Kelcy, Riley Weikel and Anna Stauffer to win the relay. Stauffer added a victory in the 50 free (25.90), while Alyssa Gehman won the diving (200.85). Also winning for Souderton were Amy Masciulli in the 100 fly (1:01.34) and Molly Goodman in the 100 free (57.96). Souderton also placed first in the 200 free relay in 1;42.79 with Stauffer, Maddie Olberding, Carol Ann Descher and Burns racing to victory.

Boys Swimming
Souderton 106, Central Bucks South 72: Robbie Ferlick and Abraham Bleazard were both double-winners as the Indians (8-0, 2-0) won big on Friday. Ferlick took first in the 50 free (21.88) and 500 free (4:59.54), while Bleazard placed first in the 100 free (51.90) and 100 back (57.54). Also winning races for Souderton were William Stanczewski (200 IM, 2:02.80), Nathan Kleppinger (200 free, 1:55.93) and Matthew Meehan (Diving, 182.75).

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