Con­well-egan off to a good start

The Advance of Bucks County - - SPORTS - By Steve Sherman

Buck­sLo­calS­ports Ed­i­tor

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.


Photo by An­drew Golis

CEC se­nior for­ward Uriah St. Lewis led the Ea­gles with 11 points in the team’s re­cent win over Coun­cil Rock South.

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