Conwell-egan off to a good start
Conwell-Egan Catholic ECEC) moved to 3-N with last week’s 45-38 home win over Council oock South.
aeadlocked at 26-apiece after three periods, the Eagles pulled away with a N9-point fourth quarter.
CEC senior forward Uriah St. Lewis led the way to the aec. N2 victory with NN points for Egan. sinny aalessandro, a freshman forward for the Eagles, chipped in with nine points and eight rebounds.
gordan Burney E8 pts.), Steve gordan E6), Mike helly: E6), oyan Pepito E3) and Brian Carr E2) also contributed to CEC’s cause.
Co South senior Christian Crane EN3 pts.) and Will Faccenda E6) led the way for the dolden Hawks, who fell to 2-2 with last Friday’s loss at Abington.
Meanwhile, CEC lost, 9039, to Neumann-doretti in their Philadelphia Catholic League opener aec. N6 at Egan.
The Eagles next face BAL rival Lower Moreland aec. 22 in enemy territory. Co South plays host to Pennsbury aec. 2N.
CEC senior forward Uriah St. Lewis led the Eagles with 11 points in the team’s recent win over Council Rock South.