The Times Herald (Norristown, PA)

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a steal. McGlone, who collected 10 of his points after halftime, was 3-of-7 from three, grabbed three rebounds and also had an assist.

Last Friday in Rider’s 7664 victory over Marist, Powell posted 13 points, four assists, two blocks and a steal with McGlone going for three points, two assists, a rebound and a steal.

• LIZZIE OLEARY (WILLOW GROVE/ABINGTON) » Oleary had eight points and four rebounds for the Delaware women’s basketball team Sunday in its 79-67 win over UNCW.

In the Blue Hens’ 73-66 victory over UNCW last Saturday, Oleary collected three points, two rebounds

and a steal.

• VILLANOVA MEN’S BASKETBALL’S COLLIN GILLESPIE (HUNTINGDON VALLEY/ARCHBISHOP WOOD » Gillespie finished with 15 points — tied for the teamhigh — a game-best six assists and five rebounds as the Wildcats used a strong second half to beat Providence 71-56 last Saturday.

Gillespie was 3-for-6 on 3-pointers, hitting one to beat the halftime buzzer to pull ‘Nova within 27-24. The Wildcats proceeded to outscore the Friars 47-29 in the last 20 minutes.

Eric Dixon (Willow Grove/Abington) added three points and a rebound for Villanova, which improved to 10-1 overall (5-0 Big East).

Last Tuesday, Gillespie scored a team-high 22 points as ‘Nova returned to play after a 27-day COVID-19

pause and earned 76-74 win over Seton Hall.

JACK CLARK (CHELTENHAM/ CHELTENHAM) » Clark finished with 10 points and four rebounds as La Salle men’s basketball team topped Richmond 84-78 for a road Atlantic 10 victory last Saturday.

• CLIFTON MOORE (AMBLER/HATBORO-HORSHAM) » Moore chipped in two points and a rebounds for the Explorers (7-8, 4-4 conference), who won their second straight.

• SEAN YODER (DUBLIN/PENNRIDGE) » Yoder had 11 points, five rebounds and a steal as the Navy men’s basketball team fell in overtime to Army 87-78.

• HOLY CROSS MEN’S BASKETBALL’S MATT FAW (KING OF PRUSSIA/UPPER MERION) » Faw had 14 points, six rebounds and a block as the Crusaders fell to Lehigh 7572 last Saturday. A day later, Faw tallied nine points, six rebounds, three blocks and two steals in an 82-74 loss to Lehigh.

• QUINNIPIAC MEN’S BASKETBALL’S SETH PINKNEY (WARMINSTER/ARCHBISHOP WOOD) » Pinkney went a perfect 5-for-5 from the field in scoring 15 points and also collected eight rebounds, three assists, two blocks and a steal last Saturday in a 78-69 win over Niagara.

Last Friday in the Bobcats’ 59-56 loss to Niagara, Pinkney posted nine points, seven rebounds and three blocks.

• STEPHANIE SZEKELY (DOYLESTOWN/GWYNEDD MERCY) » Szekely had a pair of two-four finishes for the Penn State women’s swim team in their tri-meet with Iowa and Northweste­rn last Friday and Saturday.

The Nittany Lions defeated Iowa 153-146 but lost to Northweste­rn 242-58.

Szekely, a senior, took second on the 200-yard back (1:59.82) and fourth in the 400-yard individual medley (4:22.00. She also swam on PSU’s 200-yard medley relay that placed third (1:41.09).

• LA SALLE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL’S MOLLY MASCIANTON­IO (MORTON/ARCHBISHOP CARROLL) » Mascianton­io finished with 11 points, four rebounds, three assists and a pair of steals last Friday in the Explorers’ 690-45 win over George Washington.

Sunday, Mascianton­io had six points, a rebound and a steal while Jaye Haynes (Fort Washington/ Germantown Academy) had two points and two assists in La Salle’s 82-74 victory over George Mason. Rachel Balzer (Doylestown/

Germantown Academy) collected nine points and three rebounds for George Mason.

• LIBERTY WOMEN’S SWIMMING’S MADDIE FREECE (LANSDALE/NORTH PENN) » Freece took first place in 3-meter diving with a score of 295.80 in the Flames’ 142-110 win over Campbell last Saturday. Freece’s score would have been second-best in program history but the event was scored as an exhibition and did not count for official records.

• MADDIE VIZZA (SOUTHAMPTO­N/GERMANTOWN ACADEMY) » Vizza had five points and two rebounds while Izzy Larsen (Hatfield/Archbishop Wood) collected two points, a rebound and an assist in the Northeaste­rn women’s basketball team’s 62-50 win over Manhattan last Tuesday.

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