Wissahickon 53, Hatboro-Horsham 39: Dom Vacchiano scored 16 points as the Trojans took victory over SOL Liberty on the senior night. All six Wissahickon seniors scored on Tuesday (Jaylon Williams 10; Earl Stout 6; Brendan Queenan 5; Andrew Slackman 4 and Andy Yun 3). Junior center Owen Coughlin also had a night with eight blocks. Noah Schlosser led the Hatters with 11 points.
CB South 60, Souderton 49: In a return to SOL Colonial action, the Indians fell short despite 20 points from James Blair. Levi John added 12 for Souderton.
BC East 62, BC West 54: Jacob Cummiskey had 20 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists as the Patriots pulled away for the SOL Colonial victory on Tuesday night. Joey Giordano added 10 points and 7 rebounds, while Tyler Dandrea added 13 points for CB East. Max Slaymaker scored 12 points, while Charlie Cashman added 11 for the Bucks.
Pier 53, Collegium 40 Charter: The Pioneers won in a BAL heavyweight battle on Tuesday. Nathan Lapp led the Pioneers (16-2, 11-0) with 14 points, while Tony Martin added 10 for Dock. Lane Bergey led the defensive charge with 10 rebounds.
Gwynedd Mercy Academy 48, Villa Jo Marie 21: Hannah Griffin and Emilia Coleman each scored 12 points to beat the Monarchs on Senior Night. Dylan Burke scored 10 points, while Morgan Newell added 5.
Souderton 43, BC South 21: The Indians took a 13-3 lead after one quarter and never stopped winning SOL Colonial on Tuesday. Casey Harter beat Souderton with 15 points, 5 rebounds and 3 assists, while Teya McConnaha added 12 points and 11 rebounds.
Upper Moreland 43, Lower Moreland 34: The Golden Bears took a 13-0 lead after one quarter and took the win over SOL Freedom on Tuesday night. Alyssa Wiley and EmmyFaith Wood each scored 8 points for Upper Moreland, who got the eight-man score.
Methacton 62, Norristown 25: The Warriors went on an 18-5 run to start the second half and took victory over PAC Liberty on Tuesday night. Cassidy Kropp finished with 21 points and now sits at 975 for her career, while Mairi Smith added 14 points and 10 rebounds for Methacton (13-5, 8-2).
Archbishop Carroll 55, Little Flower 24: The Patriots improved to 5-1 in the PCL with the win on Tuesday night. Taylor Wilson led the way for Carroll with 15 points and 9 rebounds and her sister Brooke Wilson added 11 points, 5 rebounds and 4 steals.
Hatboro-Horsham 48, Wissahickon 42: The Hatters scored 41 points over the last three quarters and earned victory over SOL Liberty on Tuesday night. Kaitlyn McGeary beat Wiss with 13 points and 9 rebounds, while Kylie Friedman added 9 points.
Methacton 107, Superior Benefit 60: The depth of the Warriors was visible in their victory on Tuesday. The winning individual races for Methacton were Ava Sgarra in the 200 freestyle (2:06.93), Madison Wimmer in the 500 freestyle (5:35.20) and Amanda Tsai in the 100 backstroke (1:03.45).
Souderton 104, Plymouth Whitemarsh 80: Souderton junior Jess Burns set a new SAHS pool record in the 100m breaststroke with her time of 1:04.47 as the Indians held off the Colonials on Tuesday. Burns also took first place in the 50 freestyle in 24.56, while Riley Weikel (200 IM, 2:17.95), Taylor Avery (Diving, 202), Amy Masciulli (100 butterfly, 1:00.95) , Morgan James (100 backstroke, 1:06.40) and Anna Stauffer (100 freestyle, 56.06). The winning races for PW were Samantha Moore (200 free, 2:01.66) and Amanda Conti (5:24.51).
Methacton 89, Superior Benefit 80: Both Christian Lebold and Christopher Groff were two-time winners as the Warriors took the win on Tuesday. Lebold won the 200 free (1:48.56) and 100 free (50.15), while Groff won the 50 free (22.28) and 500 free (5:06.68).
Souderton 100, PW 84: Robbie Ferlick had a great run with wins in the 200 freestyle (1:45.84) and 100 butterfly (53.07) as the Indians took the win on Tuesday. Gian Carlo Bocchino (200 IM, 2:12.80), Matvey Andryushin (50 freestyle, 23.47) and Lincoln Annise (100 backstroke, 59.11) also won for Souderton. Brennan Coyle had a big day for PW with wins in the 100 breaststroke (1:01.33) and 100 freestyle (48.21).
New Church Academy 52, George School 6: The Lions were dominant, losing just one game by forfeit. The fall winners for the ANC were Dylan Trotman, Chase Thygeson, Trent Layton and Brady Carver.